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HISTORICAL FICTION 

and other Reading References 
for Classes in 

JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 



Compiled by 

HANNAH LQGASA 
The University of Chicago Home-Study Department 



Author of "The High School Library," 
"The Study Hall" 

FIFTH REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION 



Philadelphia 

McKinley Publishing Co. 
1951 



SYMBOLS USED IN THIS WORK 

* Especially valuable 
t Junior high school level 



Copyright, 1951 

McKinley Publishing Co. 

Printed in the United States 

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OF CONTENTS 

N PAGE 

Symbols used in this work 2 

Preface to the Fifth "Revised and Enlarged Edition" 5 

Introduction 6 

ANNOTATED LIST OF HISTORICAL MATERIAL 

ANCIENT HISTORY 

I. Primitive life 13 

II. Oriental life 17 

III. Ancient Greece and her civilization 22 

IV, Early Rome and the Roman Empire 26 

MEDIEVAL AND MODERN EUROPE 

I. Traditional and legendary history: Empire of Charlemagne and the 

invasion of the Northmen, 600-1000 33 

II. Medieval life and institutions, 1000-1400 38 

III. Renaissance and the Reformation to 1643 49 

IV. Absolutism and the struggle for colonial and commercial supremacy. 

1643-1786 63 

V. French revolution and the reign of Napoleon Bonaparte, 1789-1815 70 

VI. Reaction, revolution and the nationalizing of European states. 1815- 

1871 75 

VII. Democracy, Liberalism, and the nineteenth-century expansion of Europe. 

1871-1914 80 

VIII. The World War, 1914-1918 84 

IX. Post-War Europe, and Spheres of Influence, 1918 89 

X. World War II, and after 96 

. CANADA 

I. Discovery, exploration, colonization, 1000-1673 102 

II. Anglo-Frendi rivalry, 1673-1867 104 

III. Confederation and after, 1867-, , 109 

LATIN AMERICA 

L Discovery, exploration, and conquest, 1400-1808 , 115 

IL Struggles for independence, 1808-1867 119 

III. Experiments in democratic government, and development 1868 123 

UNITED STATES 

I. Discovery and exploration, 1400-1607 131 

II. Colonization and the struggle for supremacy in North America, 1607- 

1763 133 

III. Revolution and the establishment of the American nation, 1763-1789 144 

IV. Nationalism and democracy, 1789-1829 , 154 

V. Expansion, 1829-1861 163 

VL Conflict, 186M865 177 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

3PAGE 

VII. Reconstruction and consolidation, 1865-1897 182 

VIII. National expansion and the new democracy, 1897-1914 , ., 190 

IX. The World War, 1914-1918 194 

X. The United States since the World War, 1918-1942 196 

XL World War II, and after 201 

ISLANDS OF THE SEA 
Islands of the seas 206 

APPENDIX 

I. SELECTED LIST OF SOURCE BOOKS 

Ancient history 213 

Medieval and modern European history 213 

United States history 214 

World War II, and after .. 216 

II. HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIPS 

Ancient .,. 217 

Atlases 217 

Cartoons 217 

Cultural General 218 

Europe 220 

Flags 221 

General background 221 

Geographic 221 

Human rights 222 

Ideas and opinions tt 222 

Reference 223 

Religion, morals, and ethics 224 

Science and invention 225 

United States Z!!ZZ! 

Conservation 226 

Cultural 227 

Economic 228 

Geographic t 229 

Immigration 229 

Industry and labor 230 

Politics and government , , , 230 

Reference general , .., 231 

Transportation and communication 232 

World (The) , ZZZZZZ." 233 



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THE FIFTH REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION 

In this revision, one hundred and sixty titles have been omitted, while 
five hundred and fifty have been added. As in the case of former re- 
visions, there was a dearth of material on some phases of history, and 
an over abundance in others. 

Four changes have been made in the arrangement, kind, and point- 
of-view in material selected for this revision. 

(1) The introduction has been modified to conform with the newer 
methods of teaching. 

(2) The section "Islands of the Seas" has been transferred from the 
Appendix to the body of the work. 

(3) Included are more titles for the gifted and riiature student. 

(4) An entirely new section "Historical Relationships" has been 
added to the Appendix. This aims to suggest the cultural, ideological, 
geographic, scientific, and sociological factors that have an indirect, or 
direct bearing on historical events. These may be essential to a complete 
understanding of the ideas, standards, attitudes, and tensions of in- 
dividuals, leaders, peoples, and nations which caused certain events to 
happen. This section stresses the human, and environmental conditions 
that contributed to crisis that make up recorded history. Also included 
are reference books on history, and related subjects so that facts may be 
made the basis for opinion. 

The body of the material plus the material in the Appendix should 
bring variety, and appeals to pupil interest with its resulting increase 
in historical understanding. 

This revision is based on the original pamphlet sponsored by the 
National Council for Social Studies, plus the later revisions. 

The Compiler is indebted to many Public and School libraries for the 
opportunity of examining the greater number of the titles in this list. 

HANNAH LOCASA 

October, 1951 



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INTRODUCTION 
EXTENSIVE READING IN HISTORY 

At the present time, all progressive schools recognize the value of ex- 
tensive reading in connection with courses in the curriculum, not only 
for the immediate value to the pupil, but as an experience that is likely to 
be carried over into adult life as a leisure occupation. In no field is there 
a richer or more varied body of material available than in the field of 
history. It is to suggest the possibilities in such reading at the junior and 
senior high school level that this selected, annotated list has been com- 
piled. Although it is designed to assist history teachers in pupil guidance 
in extensive reading, and for the use of public and school librarians as 
an aid in directing the reading of children, it may also be helpful to 
teachers of English, Latin, and modern languages. To teachers of English 
it will suggest titles that will enrich the reading experience of adolescent 
youth. For the Latin teacher, the list will provide well-graded back- 
ground material. Teachers of modern languages will find in the list books 
that will stimulate interest in the historical and cultural background of 
the country whose language they are teaching. Since the list is designed 
particularly for the field of history, the discussion will deal with the use 
of the material suitable for teachers in that field. 

In history teaching supplementary reading has been a part of class- 
room procedure for a long time, and reference reading has been well 
organized and directed. But it is only recently that the value of wide 
and free reading from the field of fiction, and from interesting popular 
historical literature has been recognized. It is a short-sighted policy to 
give pupils history training for the present alone, a training that results 
in lesson learning in order to meet classroom requirements. It is true 
that we cannot enjoy to the full what we do not understand, and no one 
would suggest that the teaching of history should dispense with giving 
pupils accuracy of thought and fact. But this skeleton of fact must be 
made alive by the interesting things that have happened as man traveled 
down the ages. Both the skeleton and the rounded contours of the 
muscles are needed to make history alive and vital. The proportion of 
the formulated historical matter to the imaginative and dramatic details 
might well be a matter of difference of opinion and one best left to the 
discretion of the individual teacher. Once the importance of a body of 
well-rounded historical experience for the pupils is taken for granted, 
the proportion of different kinds of material can be determined according 
to tneir needs. 

Historical material of the kind used in the classroom is both plentiful 
and well standardized. Supplementary reading material, too, has received 
much study and attention from teachers in the social science field. There 
is a type of material, however fiction, biography, general accounts, spe- 
cialized period accounts that has been less frequently used and is less 
widely known. This imaginative and popular history material is what 
I mean by the rounded contour on the history frame ; it is the kind of 
reading pupils will enjoy and which is likely to make them history 
minded. 

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At this point the following questions may be raised: Why use the 
historical novel at all in a history course ? Why not use material which 
is strictly historical ? These questions suggest the attitude of the trained 
historian, of the historical teacher who is dealing with advanced students. 
The educator and the psychologist will answer that these objections do 
not hold for the immature mind, for the developing boy and girl of the 
adolescent age. The child has not formed canons of probability. He 
views all with open mind and sees with the eye of wonder. This attitude 
it is wise to cherish, and to guide wisely, for sophistication will proceed 
rapidly enough. If the imagination of the child has been fed on folklore 
and the stories of the heroes and the great epical narratives, he will not 
need any introduction to history. The child less fortunately placed will 
find the sense of reality in the past through the reading of the great 
chroniclers and romancers. For him Herodotus and Scott are alike 
friends and guides, portals to the realm of romance which for him is 
the realm of history. Thus the race story may lose the alien quality 
which it possesses for some, and may come to be "my story," in die 
consciousness of the student. 

"For many students the facts of the past as they are gathered from 
textbooks remain abstract, dry and lifeless. Unless the student comes 
to visualize the past, unless it comes to have reality in his mind, the 
lessons which history teaches are largely lost to him. The skillful teacher 
or the student gifted with imagination may not need any aids, and for 
these the devices of method and material are not so necessary. But with 
the average teacher in the average school, there can be little doubt that 
the historical novel may become a great aid to the effective teaching of 
history. The hard-worked teacher, who has not the time to build up a 
technique of illustration, will find helpers in the -masters of imaginative 
fiction. These writers, by giving background and atmosphere to tie facts 
of history, may contribute to the work of the teacher. While from the 
individual standpoint, this type of reading does not appeal to some, there 
are others for whom it becomes a gateway to historical interests and 
historical knowledge/' 

Fiction, ag we have seen, has its emotional and imaginative appeal. 
There is another type of book that is popular and can contribute to the 
historical outlook of the pupil. Next to fiction, at the present time, bi- 
ography is the most widely read and enjoyed by all types of readers. 

Carlyle would have it that "History is the essence of innumerable biog- 
raphies." We might not altogether agree with this and yet recognize the 
part which dominant characters have played in history. Indeed, it would 
be impossible to give the spirit of any age without examining the motives 
and reactions of certain men and women who have made their influence 
felt 

Never before have there been so many biographies written in an 
interesting manner, and at no time have these books been so attractive 
in print and binding. The appeal of such material to adolescent pupils 
is assured because at heart they are hero worshippers, and, moreover, 

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they also enjoy the keen, sparkling style of the new type of biographies 
that attempt to evaluate historical characters as human beings. 

Another large class of books, general narratives and specialized period 
material, is valuable because it makes real and vivid smaller sections of 
historical accounts. Pupils get a highly concentrated idea of the whole 
stream of history from their textbooks, but they need interesting details 
in order to reconstruct the life and times of an age other than their own. 
They cannot assimilate material boiled down to encyclopedic length, 
because it gives too little detail and is therefore lifeless. 

Hence this list is an attempt to furnish suggestions for both fiction 
and factual material for pupils in the junior and senior high schools. 
It is selected from a wide range of material and fitted into an outline 
that follows logical teaching units, and, therefore, may be used in con- 
nection with any textbook. 

All book lists have sins of omission and commission and it is certain 
that this list includes titles that some teachers will think might better 
have been left out, and it leaves out those that might well have been 
included. Perhaps stating the problems involved in compiling the list 
will clarify the matter and prove helpful. 

(1) Material available: As a general premise, it must be stated that 
the compiler of a list can only choose from the material available. We 
would wish for better and more attractive books for certain periods, but 
since they are not published they cannot be included. 

(2) Proportion: Certain phases of history have attracted creative 
writers, and consequently, they have been productive of a wealth of 
material, while for other periods there is a comparative dearth. In order 
that the list as a whole be properly balanced, material will sometimes 
have to be excluded where there is a wealth of riches while almost all 
the material in certain periods will have to be included. 

^(3) Readability: The list is compiled with a definite reading group in 
mind. In order to interest this group, the stories selected must provide 
enjoyment as well as a body of plausible historical background. More- 
over, the factual material must hold the interest of boys and girls as 
well as challenge their intellectual curiosity. 

(4) Range of social maturity : Pupils in the junior and senior high 
schools may range from ten to twenty years old. This age span makes 
for varying degrees of social maturity and consequently a wide diversity 
of interests. 

(5) Range of reading ability: Although it is generally supposed that 
when a pupil reaches junior high school he knows how to read and com- 
prehend material of average difficulty, studies of reading abilities prove 
that there are many pupils in the high school who do not read as well 
as some pupils in the upper grades of the elementary school. Yet many 
high school pupils have the reading ability of educated adults. There- 
fore, provision has been made for all degrees of reading ability. 

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(6) Copyright date : All other things being equal, the book with the 
latest copyright date is selected, for two reasons : 

(a) Pupils enjoy the style of writing, and the physical make-up of 
recent books. 

(b) It is more likely that books with a recent copyright date are 
"in print." 

(7) Historical information: Few historical novels can be measured 
with an historian's measuring stick for absolute accuracy. Most historical 
fiction consists of the following : 

(a) Real and fictitious characters. 

(b) Real and imagined episodes and incidents. 

(c) Real and imaginary background and setting. 

All variations and combinations of these are used by authors. 

(8) Historical authority: In cases where there are differences of 
opinion in regard to historical truths, e.g.., Whitman's influence in pre- 
venting the cession to England of the American claim to Oregon, no 
attempt has been made to give examples illustrating the various opinions. 
On the other hand, for the many historical controversies that present 
the problems of two sides, e.g., the Civil War, fiction presenting both 
sides is included. 

(9) Literary quality: Outstanding literary masterpieces in the field of 
historical fiction are few, but there are many that come up to an accept- 
able standard of writing. Poorly written books are excluded, even 
though the historical data be accurate. 

(10) Length of list: In order to keep the list within reasonable limits 
of length, only a few of the titles from the pens of very prolific writers 
could be included, e.g., Altschuler, Sabatini. 

(11) Dates: The dates given for the stories are approximate, and 
merely serve to place them in their chronological order in the outline. 

(12) General accounts : Little material of a general nature is included 
except in the "Historical Relationships" in the Appendix. 

(13) Usability: As previously stated, the list is primarily compiled 
for teachers of history. Therefore, the organization follows a chrono- 
logical order under units generally treated in progressive history 
textbook. 

The titles are arranged alphabetically under, two headings : 

(1) Stories. 

(2) Biography, Narrative, Topical Account. 

This subdivision is for the purpose of making clear the difference 
between the two types of books the first is imaginative; the second, 
factual. 

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(14) Interrelationship of history: Because history deals with a record 
of contacts between peoples, it is not always certain where a book should 
be placed in the outline, e.g., books relating to the rivalry of France 
and England in America might well be placed both in European and in 
United States history. 

History is a continuous process ; therefore, it is impossible to partition 
it into air-tight compartments of dates. There is scarcely a book that 
does not hark back to the past nor look forward into the future. There- 
fore, books can only be placed approximately in any unit limited by dates. 

How to use the wide-interest book given in this list so that the pupils 
may get the maximum of pleasure and profit from their reading presents 
a problem that can only be solved by the individual teacher. 

There are many devices for motivating extensive factual reading and 
making it the means of increasing the apperceptive mass of the pupils. 
It might be well to mention a few of the most easily administered 
devices. 

(1) A round table discussion of the extensive reading with a view to 
linking it up with classroom work. 

(2) By means of posters and maps displayed in the classroom and in 
the school library, pupils advertise the books they have enjoyed, thus 
interesting other pupils in their choice. 

(3) A section in the school paper may be utilized in giving short' 
reviews of outstanding books. This will give pupils an opportunity to 
formulate individual reactions. 

(4) An annotated catalogue made by the pupils of an entire class 
will result in a body of valuable material for future reference. 

(5) Making a multiple choice test for each book read is both an 
interesting and thought-provoking device. 

(6) Making an historical "Who's Who" of the biographies read by 
the pupils is valuable. 

(7) A chronological chart, fitting the wide reading into the skeleton 
of historical fact will teach the continuity of history. 

(8) Using a large map to show the geographical background of the 
stories and factual material gives a sense of geographic and historical 
relationships. 

(9) Using current material from newspapers and magazines to 
supplement extra outside reading, with a view to correlating both to the 
topic they are studying, is to enrich the classroom teaching. 

(10) Objects of art, e.g., models, curious implements, clippings from 
old newspapers, and objects with a historical association, used as illus- 
trative material in the classroom or in the school library, will make the 
past real and vital. 

(11) Plays and pageants of regional historical events make history 
live. 

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(12) First hand experience. Trips to historic spots, and awareness 
of the part played by the particular community. 

(13) Visual and auditory appeals are very important. The radio, 
television, films, records should be used in classroom procedure. When 
possible, speeches of famous men, and celebrations of historical events 
should be brought into the classroom at the time they are given. 

( 14) The use of maps and charts should be stressed. That makes for 
historical vividness. 

(15) Human relationships are vital to an understanding of history, 
and an interest in it. That makes history colorful. 

(16) Formal book reports are the most easily administered device, 
but its use is not advisable because it is disliked by the pupils and often 
results in causing a distaste for history. The report sheet given suggests 
what might be used. 

There are two vital considerations in the use of extensive reading: 
first, how to obtain the relatively large number of books essential because 
a wide range of material is needed, and, second, how to administer the 
collection of books once it is obtained. 

The books may be readily obtained from two sources, the public, and 
the school library. A majority of the titles on this list are to be found in 
the average library. Moreover, the selection of titles in this list is so 
wide, that even though only a portion is available, a workable collection 
is assured. 

Teachers might request that their public library reserve a special 
shelf for the historical material, the books to be changed from time to 
time as the units of study progress. 

In schools with a school library, a close contact between library and 
classroom is possible. There, too, a special shelf with a changing book 
collection is practical. In addition to making the books readily available, 
there is an opportunity for the teacher and the librarian to work out 
together interesting devices for making the wide reading popular and 
profitable. Thus the pupil will be guided in a manner calculated not only 
to contribute to his love and knowledge of history in the immediate 
present, but at the same time to lay a foundation of standards for his 
reading as an adult. 

Classroom libraries, provided there are enough books, add to efficiency 
and interests. 



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WHAT I THINK ABOUT THE BOOK 

My name Date 

School Grade Teacher . 



Name of the book Author 

Check below Where did you get the book? 

In the classroom In the school library.... 

In the public library From a rental library.. 

From another pupil At home 



What is your opinion of the book? 

Liked it , Not very interesting.. 

Liked it very much Don't like it 

Too easy Too hard 

Just about right Not worth much 

Valuable reading 



Check the kind of book it is 

Story biography narrative period account general account 

social source C cultural 

Historical background economic < geographic 

political ( human interest 

Answer the following questions briefly and to the point 

What historical period is covered in the book? 

What nations were involved? 

What war is described? 

Who are the historical characters? 

What real incidents are related? 

What historical movement is traced? 

What controversy takes place? Are both sides given? 

What social life is pictured? 

What economic problems are discussed? 

What political theory is involved? , 

What does the book as a whole contribute to the work in class? 



Describe the book briefly. If you liked it, try to interest other pupils in it If you 
did not find it worth while, tell your reason why. 

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ANCIENT HISTORY 

I. PRIMITIVE LIFE 

STORIES 

Anderson, Florence B. Black sail. N.Y., Crown, 1948. 
Minoan Age. Pre-historic Crete. 

fBuck, A. M. Dermot of the bright weapons. London, Oxford Univ. 

Press, 1939. 
Life in Ireland during the legendary time of Angus Og. 

fBunce, W. EL Horned snake medicine. N.Y., Button, 1945. 
"Story of the Mound Builders." 

*Burr, H. M. Around the fire. N.Y., Associated Press, 1912. 

Short stories dealing with fire, pottery, etc., up through the stages 
from primitive to barbarian life, 

Crowell, Pers. First horseman. N.Y., Whittlesey, 1948. 
Domestication of animals. 

fCrump, Irving. Ogson oj fire. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1922. 
Primitive life. 

fFellowes, E. C. Stories of the Stone Age. Boston, Small Maynard, 

1925. 
"A boy's life in 16, 000 B.C." 

f Fellows, Muriel H. Little magic painter. Philadelphia, Winston, 1938. 
Stone age. 

*fFrench, Allen, Story of Rolf and the Viking's bow. Boston, Little, 

Brown, 1901. 
A tale of Iceland in primitive days. 

*f Gilbert, Marion. Jade brings luck. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1936. 
A story of the Lake Dwellers of Switzerland. 

f Grosvenor, Abbie J. Winged Moccasins. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1933. 
A tale of the mound-builders in America. 

*fHall, H. R. Days before history. N.Y., Crowell, 1907. 
Life of the early cavemen ; Lake villages ; early Aryans ; their clothing, 
pottery, arrows, etc. 

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Jensen, J. V. Fire and Ice; tr. by A. G. Chates, pt. I of The Long 

Journey. N.Y., Knopf, 1923. 
Primitive man. 

fLangford, George. Pic, the weapon-maker. N.Y., Boni & Liveright, 

1920. 
Old Stone Age : primitive man. 

fLide, Alice A, and Johansen, Margaret A. Ood-Le-Uk the wanderer. 

Boston, Little, Brown, 1936. 
The life of the primitive herdsman. 

Lide, Alice A. and Johansen, Margaret A. Thord Firetooth. Boston, 

Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1937. 
Primitive life of the Vikings. 

London, Jack. Before Adam. N.Y., Macmillan, 1907. 
Primitive man. 

Moffitt, Virginia M. Great horse. Philadelphia, Winston, 1938. 
Life of Cro-Magnon man. Domestication of animals. 

*Preble, Donna. Yamino-Kwit. Caldwell, Idaho. Caxton Printers. 1940. 
Early Red-men in California. 

fReason, Joyce. Bran the bronze-smith. N. Y., Dutton, 1932. 

Good background material for primitive life in France, England, and 
Ireland. 

Roberts, C. G. D. In the morning of time. N.Y., Stokes, 1922. 

Good presentation of pre-historic and primitive man ; early inventions. 

*fRolt- Wheeler, Francis. The Finder of fire. N.Y., Appleton, 1927. 
Social life of primitive man ; Cro-Magnons. 

*fSnedden, Mrs. Genevra (Sisson). Leif and Thorkel. Yonkers-on- 

Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co., 1922. 
Viking days. Home life of the early Norsemen. 

{Thompson, E. H. Children of the cave. Boston, Marshall Jones, 1929. 
Clearing up the mystery which enshrouds the civilization built up by 
the Mayan race in Yucatan and Guatemala. 

*f True, J. P. The iron star. Boston, Little, Brown, n.d. 
Primitive civilization. 

Waterloo, Stanley. A son of the ages. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Page, 1914. 
Primitive man. 

*fWaterloo, Stanley. The Story of Ab. N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 1939. 
A tale of the time of the cave man. 

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fWhitnall, H. O. Hunter of the caverns. N.Y., Crowell, 1939. 
A story reconstruction of primitive man. 

f Williamson, T. R. (Trent, Gregory, pseud.) Hunters of long ago. N.Y., 

Harcourt, Brace, 1937. 
Story of the late Paleolithic times. 

f Williamson, T. R. (Trent, Gregory, pseud.) In the stone age, N.Y., 

Harcourt, Brace, 1936. 
The story of the early Paleolithic age. 

fWilliamson, T. R. (Trent, Gregory, pseud.) Tamer of beasts. N.Y., 

Harcourt, Brace, 1938. 
Early Neolithic period. 



BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

*Andrews, Roy C. Meet yow ancestors. N.Y., Viking, 1945. 

Gives answers to questions about early man. 
tBarnes, Franklin. Man and his records. Illus. Chicago, Rockwell, 1931. 

Simple book on paleography. 

fBlaikie, James. Peeps at men of the old stone age. N.Y., Macmillan, 1928. 
fBoyle, M. E. Man before history. Boston, Little, Brown, 1924. 

"A short account of pre-historic times." 
fBoyle, M. E. Pre-historic man. Boston, Little, Brown, 1924. 

"Life in the old and new stone age." 

Clodd, Edward. The childhood of the world. New Edition, rewritten and enlarged. 

N.Y., Macmillan, 1925. 

"A simple account of man's origin and early history." 
Heal, Edith. How the world began. Chicago, Thomas S. Rockwell, 1930. 
"Gives a fine picture of the beginning of life on our earth." Illustrations form 
an important part in the book. 

Henderson, Keith. Prehistoric man. N.Y., Button, 1929. 

A vivid picture of man's ascent through pre-historic ages. 
Hibben, F. C. Lost Americans. N.Y., Crowell, 1946. 

Pre-historic man in America. Mature. 

*fHolbrook, Florence. Cave, mound, and lake dwellers and other primitive people. 

Boston, Heath, 1911. 

Profusely illustrated and well selected material, 
tllim, M. & Segal, E. How man became a giant. Phila. Lippincott, 1942. 

Evolution of man. 

Kiner, Grace. How the world grew up. Chicago, Thomas S. Rockwell, 1930. 
A simple approach to anthropology. From the first people to the first races of 
men. 

Knight, C. R. Before the dawn of history. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1935. 
Reconstructs the life of Cro-Magnon man. 

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fKnight, C. R. Life through the ages. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

Pre-historic times. Illustrations are a special feature. 
*tKummer, F. A. The First days of knowledge, N.Y., Doran, 1923. 

"Man's achievements" that have made modern civilization possible. 

*fLansing, M. F. Man's long climb. Boston, Little, Brown, 1933. 
An up-to-date outline of what is known about the origin of man. Good tables 
showing the progress of development. For the mature pupil. 

Lucas, Jannett M. Man's first million years. N.Y., Harcourt, 1941. 
General in scope. 

Macgowan, Kenneth. Early man in the New World. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 
Ancient man before Columbus. 

*Mackenzie, D. A. Footprints of early man. London, Blackie, 1927. 
Prehistoric remains. Anthropology. 

*Mason, O. T. The origins of invention. London, Walter, Scott, 1895. 
"A study of industry among primitive peoples, e.g., tools, use of fire, stone 
working, plants, textiles, animals, potter's art, domestication of animals, travels 
and communication, the art of war. 

*Mason, O. T. Woman's place in primitive society. N.Y., Appleton, 1894. 
Valuable material in the development of language and the arts. 

Osborn, H. F. Men of the Old Stone Age. Illus. N.Y., Scribner, 1923. 
"Their environment, life and art." For the mature pupil. 

*Peake, Harold. Hunters and artists. New Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1927. 
Well illustrated account. 

fPeattie, Donald C. The story of the first men. N.Y., Grosset, 1937. 
A simple account of prehistoric man. 

*Quennell, Marjorie, and Quennell, C. H. B. Every-day life in the new Stone, 

Bronze and early Iron Ages, N.Y., Putnam, 1923. 
Well illustrated, readable account. 

tQuennell, Marjorie, and Quennell, C. H. B. Every-day life in the Old Stone Age. 

N.Y., Putnam, 1922. 
Well illustrated, readable account 

Stewart, G. R. Man, an autobiography. N.Y., Random House, 1946. 
Development of early civilization. Mature. 

fVan Loon, Hendrick. Ancient man t the beginning of civilisations, N.Y. Boni & 
Livenght, 1920. 

Van Loon, Hendrick. Man the Miracle Maker. N.Y., Boni & Livenght, 1928. 
"Compact history of inventions from earliest to present time." 

White, Anne T. Lost worlds. N.Y., Random House, 1941. 
Archeology. 

White, Anne T. Men before Adam. N.Y., Random House, 1942, 

Cave-men, and their drawings. 
*Wright, W. B. Tools and the man. London, Bell, 1939. 

Man's development in the Stone Age. 

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II. ORIENTAL LIFE 
STORIES 

Ash, Sholem. Mary. N.Y., Putnam, 1949. 

Jewish life under the Romans. Youth, and manhood of Christ. 

600-228 B.C. 

Beck, Mrs. L. Adams. The Splendour of Asia; the story and teaching of 
Buddha. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1926. 

1350 B.C. 

*Bell, Archie. King Tut-Ankh-Amen. Boston, St. Botolph Society, 

1923. 
Ancient Egypt. 

1700-1400 B.C. 

*fBest, Mrs. Allena C. (Berry, Erick, pseud.) Honey of the Nile. 

London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1938. 
Reconstructs the life in ancient Egypt. 

1500-700 B.C. 

f Cams, Helena. Metten of Tyre. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

1930. 
Social life of the time given in fiction form. 

776 B.C.-1368 A.D. 

fChrisman, A. B. The Wind that wouldn't blow; stories of the merry 

Middle Kingdom for children. N.Y., Button, 1927. 
Stories of Ancient China giving social life. 

2500 B.C.? 

*Daugherty, Sonia. Wings of Glory. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1940. 
Ancient Palestine. Story of David. 

538 B.C. 

*Davis, W. S. Belshazzar. N.Y., Macmillan, 1925. 
"A tale of the fall of Babylon." 

528-522 B.C. 

*Ebers, Georg. An Egyptian Princess. N.Y., Macmillan, 1887. 
Ancient Egypt. Cambyses; Sappho. 

1317-1250 B.C. 

*Ebers, Georg. Uarda. N.Y., Appleton, n.d. 
Ancient Egypt. Reign of Rameses II. 

165-161 B.C. 

*Fast, Howard. My glorious brothers. Boston, Little, Brown, 1948. 
Early history of the Jews. The Maccabeas. 

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64-70 AJD. 

Feuchtwanger, Lion. Josephus. N.Y., Viking, 1932. 

The fall of Jerusalem, and the Roman occupation. For the mature 
student. 

*Fineman, Irving. Ruth. N.Y., Harper, 1949. 
Story of the Book of Ruth. Old Testament. 

2100 B.C.? 

*fGere, Frances K. Boy of Babylon. N.Y., Longmans, 1941. 
Hammurabi. 

1588-1350 B.C. 

Goyne, Richard. The Kiss of Pharoah. N.Y., Stokes, 1923. 
"The love story of Tutankhamen." 

1250 B.C.? 

Hardy, W. G. All the trumpets sounded. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1942. 
Life of Moses. Bible account. Mature. 

1900 B.C.? 

fHoward, Mrs. Alice W. The Princess runs away. N.Y., Macmillan, 

1934. 
Social life in early Egypt. 

206 B.C-100 A.D. 

fjagendorf, M. A. In the days of the Han. N.Y., Suttonhouse, 1936, 
Stories which illustrate the civilization, and the wisdom of the Qunese. 

1000 B.C. 

*fKent, L. A. Two children of Tyre. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1932. 
How the Phoenicians lived. Vivid pictures of Tyre. Hiram of Tyre. 

King, Marian. Coat of many colors. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1950. 
Joseph of the Old Testament. 

1033 B.C. 

fKing, Marian. Young King David. Phil., Lippincott, 1948. 
Follows the account of the Old Testament. 

413-415 A.D. 

Kingsley, Charles. Hypatia. N.Y., Putnam, n.d. 
Influence of Greece on Egypt. Early Christianity. 

1501-1447 B.C. 

fLamprey, Louise. Long ago in Egypt. Boston, Little, Brown, 1926. 
Ancient Egypt during the reign of Queen Hatsheput of the 18th 
dynasty. 

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7 B.C.?-30 A.D.? 

fLau, Josephine S. Beggar boy of Galilee. N.Y., Abingdon, 1946. 
Early Christianity. 

30 B.C.-20 A.D. 

fLillie, Amy M. Nathan, boy of Capernaum. N.Y., Button, 1945. 
Early Christianity. * 

30 B.C-20 AJD. 

fLillie, Amy M. Stephen, boy of the mountain. N.Y., Button, 1947. 
Early Christianity. 

?-? 

Lofts, Norah. Esther. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 

Old Testament story on which the Jewish holiday Purim is based. 

670-600 B.C. 

*fLownsberry, Eloise. A camel for a throne. Bost., Houghton, 1941. 
Vivid picture of life in ancient Egypt. 

100 B.C. 

fMazer, Sonia. Yossele's holiday and the brave Maccabees. N.Y., 
Boubleday, Boran, 1934. 
History of Palestine in story form. 

1500 B.C. 

Meadowcraft, Enid LaM. The gift of the river. N.Y., Crowell, 1937. 
What the Nile meant to the ancient Egyptians. 

1580-1380 B.C. 

Morrison, Lucile. The lost Queen of Egypt. N.Y., Stokes, 1937. 

Vivid picture of the social life in Egypt during the reign of Tutank- 
hamen. 

?-? 

Mottram, R. H. Noah. Toronto, Canada, Ryerson Press, 1937. 
A fictional biography of the Bible Character. 

?-? 

Murphy, E. F. Song of the cave, a tale of Ruth and Noemi. Milwaukee, 

Bruce, 1950. 
Old Testament account. 

1033-993 B.C. 

*Parker, Gilbert. The promised land. N.Y., Stokes, 1928. 
"A story of Bavid in Israel." 

2900 B.C. 

*tRolt-Wheeler, Francis. The Pyramid builder. N.Y., Appleton, 1929. 
Life in Ancient Egypt. 

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630-600 B.C. 

Rolt-Wheeler, Francis. The Tamer of herds. N.Y., Appleton, 1928. 
Social life in ancient Chaldea. 

100-300 AJD. 

Sacker, Harry. Festival at Meron. N.Y., Covici, 1935. 
Jerusalem und^r Roman Rule. Hadrian. Marcus Aurelius. 

?-? 

*Shippen, Katherine B. Moses. N.Y., Harper, 1949. 
A reconstruction of the life of the leader of the Israelites. 

1700 B.C. 

Tandrup, Harold. Reluctant prophet, tr. from the Danish. N.Y., Knopf, 

1939. 
The story of Jonah and Ninevah. 

1000 B.C. 

fTarshis, Mrs. Elizabeth K. Young sailors of Sidon. Boston, Page, 1938. 
A story of long ago Phoenicia. 

3000 B.C.? 

Walker, K. M. and Boumphrey, G. M. The log of the Ark. London, 

Black, 1934. 
An amusing reconstruction of the Bible story. 

1400 B.C. 

Waltari, Mika T. (The) Egyptian. N.Y., Putnam, 1949. 
Social life and customs of ancient Egypt. Mature. 

2900 B.C. 

fWiUiamson, T. R. (Morgan, DeWolfe, pseud.) Messenger to the 

Pharaoh. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1937. 
The Pyramid age in Egypt. 

?-? 

Wilson, Dorothy C. Prince of Egypt. Phil., Westminster Press, 1947. 
Life of Moses in Egypt. Social life and customs. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Bsiderston, J. L. & Bolitho, Sybil. A goddess to a god. N.Y., Macmillati, 1948. 
' H * s * oncal reconstruction of the relations of Rome and Egypt. Caesar, Cleopatra. 
Alciture. 

Banks, E. J. The Seven wonders of the ancient world. N.Y., Putnam, 1916. 
Illustrated The Pyramid of Khufu, The Walls of Babylon, The Statue of the 
Olympian Zeus, The Temple of Diana, The Tomb of King Mausolus, The 
Colossus of Rhodes, The Pharos of Alexandria. 

*tBest, S. M. Egypt and her neighbors. N.Y., Macmillan, 1918. 

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*Blackman, A. M. Luxor and its temples. Illus. N.Y., Macmillan, 1923. 
Full of interest. The social life of ancient Egypt made vivid and real. Amenhotep 

*fBlaikie, James. Ancient Assyria. London, A. & C. Black, 1916. 
Blaikie, James. Ancient Jerusalem. (Peeps at Ancient Civilizations) N.Y., Mac- 
millan, 1931. 

*fBlaikie, James. Ancient Palestine. London, A. & C. Black, 1927. 
Blaikie, James. The Life oj the Ancient East. N.Y., Macmillan, 1923. 

"Being some chapters of the romance of modern excavation/' 
fBlaikie, James. Peeps at Ancient Egypt. 2nd. ed. rev. London, Blaikie, 1932. 

A valuable book for background material. 
*Breasted, J. H. The dawn of conscience. N.Y., Scribner, 1933. 

What ancient Egypt has contributed to civilization. 
tBrooksbank, F. H. Legends of Ancient Egypt. N.Y., Crowell, n. d. 

"Stories of Egyptian Gods and heroes." 
Carter, Howard. The Tomb of Tut-Ankh~Amen. N.Y., Doran, 1927. 

Fascinating side of archaeology. 

*Chiera, Edward. They wrote in clay. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 

1938. 

Babylonian civilization. 
*Childe, V. G. New light on the most ancient East; the oriental prelude to European 

Prehistory. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1934. 
Early civilizations as revealed by archaeological findings. 
*Durant, W. J. The story of civilization. Our oriental heritage. N.Y., Simon & 

Schuster, 1935. 

Egypt and the Near East China and Japan. For the mature student 
fFast, Howard. Romance of a people. N.Y. Hebrew Pub. Co. 1941. 

Stress on ancient history, although brought down to present. 
fFirdausi. The Epic kings. N.Y., Macmillan, 1926. 

"Hero tales of ancient Persia." 
*Glover, T. R. The World of the New Testament. N.Y., MacMillan, 1931. 

Background for early Christianity. For mature pupil. 
*Glueck, Nelson. The River Jordan. Phila., Westminster Press, 1946. 
History of the river, and people who lived along its banks during prehistoric, 

and ancient times. 

*Gosse, A. B., The Civilization of the ancient Egyptians. London, T. C. & E. C. 
Jack, n.d. 
Well-illustrated account of the social life and arts of the Egyptians. 

Reference material. 
^Herodotus; ed. by Gordon King and illus. by Boris Artzybasheff. 

Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1929. 
Attractive edition. 
Herodotus. Stories of the East from Herodotus, ed. by Rev. Alfred J. Church, 

N.Y., Dodd, Meade, n.d. 
Earliest narrative. 
Hunting, H. B. Hebrew life^ and times. N.Y., Abingdon Press, 1921. 

Reconstructs life in Bible times. 
*tKummer, F. A. The First days of history. N.Y., Doran, 1925. 

Good for Oriental life, "graphic and colorful picture/* 
tKummer, F. A. The great road. Philadelphia, Winston, 1938. 

The great road from Mesopotamia to Egypt. 
*Maspero, Sir G. C. C. Life in Ancient Egypt and Assyria. N.Y., Appleton, 1921. 

Social and intellectual background for history of Egypt and Assyria. 
*Maspero, Sir G. C. C. Manual of Egyptian archaeology. Illus. Sixth English 
edition. N.Y., Putnam, 1914. 

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Simple explanations of Egyptian remains. 
Masters, David. The Romance of excavation. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1923. 

"Unearthing glories of the past." Egypt. Assyria. 
*Mayer, Josephine and Prideaux, Tom. Never to die. The Egyptians in their own 

words. N.Y., Viking Press, 1938. 

The wonders of ancient Egypt as revealed by their art and literature. 
*tMills, Dorothy. The Book of the Ancient World for younger readers. N.Y. 

Putnam, 1923. 

An interesting account of the early civilizations. Social and economic life of the 
Egyptians; the Assyrians and Babylonians; the Hebrews; the Hittites; the 
Persians; the Phoenicians. 

fMills, Dorothy. The people of ancient Israel. N.Y., Scribner, 1932. 
The history of the Hebrew people from earliest times to the destruction of 

Jerusalem. 
Mundy, Talbot. Queen Cleopatra. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1929. 

A romantic portrait of Egypt and her Queen. 
Murray, Margaret A, Splendor that was Bgypt : N.Y., Philosophical Library, 1949. 

"General survey of Egyptian culture and civilization/* Mature. 
fPeattie, D. C. Story of ancient civilization. N.Y., Grosset, 1937. 

Well-written account. 
Perry, W. S. Egypt, the land of the temple builders. N.Y., The Prang Co., 1898. 

Egyptian life and art. 
Petrie, W. M. F. The making of Egypt. London, Macmillan, 1939. 

Good reference material. 

Petrie, W. M. F. Social life in Ancient Egypt. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1923. 
*tRagozin, Z. A. A History of the WorldEarly Egypt. N.Y., William Beverley 

Hanson, 1900. 

Well illustrated. Very interesting material suitable for all levels. 
Rawlinson, George. Phoenicia. (The Story of the Nations.) N.Y., Putnam, 1889, 
Wooley, C. L. Ur of the Chcddees; a record of seven years of excavation. Scribner, 

1930. 
Archeology of Bible lands. For the mature student. 

III. ANCIENT GREECE AND HER CIVILIZATION 

STORIES 
450-405 B.C 

Atherton, Mrs. G. F. The Jealous Gods; a processional novel of the 5th 

century B.C. N.Y., Liveright, 1928. 
Altibiades. 

1800 B.C. 

Best, Mrs. Allena C. (Berry, Erick, pseud.) The winged girl of Knossos. 

N.Y, Appleton-Century, 1933. 
Life in early Crete. 

444-429 B.C 

fCowles, J. D. Our little Athenian cousin of long ago. Boston, Page, 
.lyio. 

The age of Pericles. 

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358-323 B.C. 

f Cowles, J. D. Our little Macedonian cousin of long ago. Boston, Page, 

1915. 
Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great. 

1300-1200 B.C. 

*fCrew, H. C The Lost king. N.Y., Century, 1929. 
Odysseus. 

1300-1200 B.C. 

*fCrew, H. C.' The Trojan boy. N.Y., Century, 1928. 
Trojan War. Makes the Iliad real. 

480 B.C. 

*Davis, W. S. A Victor of Salamis, a tale of the days of Xerxes, Leon- 
idas and Themistocles. N.Y., Macmillan, 1907. 

431-421 B.C. 

Grazebrook, O. F. Nicanor of Athens. N.Y., Macmillan, 1947. 
War between Athens and Sparta. 

460-430 B.C. 

Hammerling, Robert. Aspasia. N.Y., Geo. G. Peck, 1881. 
Age of Pericles. 

334-323 B.C 

Kirkman, M. M. The Romance of Alexander and Roxena. Chicago, 

Cropley Phillips Co., 1909. 
Alexander's conquest of Persia. 

336-323 B.C. 

Kirkman, M. M. The Romance of Alexander the King. Chicago, Cropley 

Phillips Co., 1909, 
Alexander's conquest of Persia. Egypt and India. 

356-336 B.C 

Kirkman, M. M. The Romance of Alexander the Prince. Chicago, 

Cropley Phillips Co., 1909- 
The youth of Alexander. Aristotle. 

464 B.C. 

*fMayer, A. I., Jr. Olympiad. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 

Story of the seventy-ninth Olympiad. Pericles. Themistocles. 

431-404 B.C. 

Mitchison, Mrs. Naomi (Haldane). Cloud cuckoo land. N.Y., Harcourt, 

Brace, 1926. 
Peloponnesian wars. Contrasts the spirit of Athens and Sparta. 

200-400 B.C. 

*Mitchison, Mrs. Naomi (Haldane). Corn king and spring queen. N.Y., 

Harcourt, Brace, 1931. 
The clash of barbarism and Hellenism. Sparta in the 3rd century B.C. 

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447-438 B.C. 

fParton, Ethel. The mule of the Parthenon and other new stories of 

ancient Greece. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1932. 
Short stories of the manners, customs and festivals. 

429 B.C. 

fPerkms, L. F. The Spartan twins. Boston, Houghton Hifflin, 1918. 
Social life in Sparta and Athens, Pericles. 

431-404 B.C. 

*fRobinson, C. E. The Days of Alcibiades. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 

1916. 
Social life in Athens. 

1200-1800 B.C. 

*Rouse, W. H. D. The Story of Odysseus. N.Y., Modern Age, 1937, 
An interesting story of the adventures and wanderings of Ulysses. 

480 B.C 

Snedeker, C. D. The Coward of Thermopylae. Garden City, N.Y., 
Doubleday, Page, 1911. 

480-470 B.C. 

Snedeker, C. D. The Perilous seat. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 

1923. 
Sophocles. Thermopylae. 

480 B.C. 

Snedeker, C. D. The Spartan. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 

1922. 
Battle of Thermopylae. Social life of the time of Leonidas and Aristo- 

demus. 
480-429 B.C. 
*fSnedeker, C. D. Theras and his town. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Page, 1924. 

Social life in Athens and Sparta. Herodotus. Platanistos. Battle of 
Salamis. 

500-400 B.C. 

fSowers, Mrs. Phillis A. Our Little Corinthian cousins of long ago. 

Boston, Page, 1937. 
An interesting story of the everyday life of the people. 

287-212 B.C. 

*fVaughan, Agnes C. Akka, Dwarf of Syracuse. N.Y., Longmans, 1940. 
Relation of ancient Greece and Egypt. Archimedes. 

1184 B.C. 

fVaughan, Agnes C. Within the walls. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 

The siege of Troy. Life in the city. Details based on the Iliad. 
2000 B.C.? 

*tWilliamson, T. R. (Morgan, De Wolfe, pseud.) Before Homer, N.Y., 
Longmans, Green, 1938. 

Life in primitive Greece. Cretan sea-rovers. 

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BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Abbott, Evelyn. Pericles. (Heroes of the Nations.) N.Y., Putnam, n.d. 
Benson, E. F. The Life of Alcibiades. N.Y., Appleton, 1929. 

"The idol of Athens." For the mature pupil. 
Bercovici, Konrad. Alexander. N.Y., Cosmopolitan Book Corp., 1928. 

"A romantic biography." 

*fBlaikie, James. Ancient Crete. London, A. & C. Black, 1924. 
*Blumner, H. The Home life of the Ancient Greeks, tr. from the German by 
Alice Zimmern. N.Y., Funk & Wagnalls, n.d 

Well illustrated and readable. 
Burn, A. R. Pericles and Athens. N.Y., Macmillan, 1949. 

Historical approach to biography. Mature. 

Calhoun, G. M. The Business life of ancient Athens. Chicago, Univ. of Chicago 
Press, 1926. 

For the mature pupil. 
Chidsey, A. L. Odysseus, sage of Greece. N.Y., Minton, Balch, 1931. 

Recreates the ancient civilization of Greece. It is based on Homer, Virgil. 
tColum, Padriac. The Adventures of Odysseus and the tale of Troy, lllus. N.Y., 
Macmillan, 1918. 

A presentation of the Odyssey for children. 
*tDayis, W. S. A Day in old Athens, Boston, Allyn & Bacon, 1914. 

Daily life in Greece made vivid and real. 
^Dickinson, G. L. Greek view of life, 7th ed. N.V., Doubleday, Doran, 1925. 

The Greek spirit, and intellectual outlook. 
*fDunbar, Aldis. The Light bearers. Chicago, Beckley-Cardy, 1925. 

Very interesting, well-chosen stories of old Greece. 

*Durant, W. J. The story of civilization. The life of Greece. N.Y., Simon & 
Schuster, 1939. 

A sympathetic account of Greece and her heritage. 

*Gardiner, E. N. Greek athletic sports and festivals. N.Y., Macmillan, 1910. 
The place of physical training and athletics in the daily life of the people. 
*Gulick, C. B. The Life of the ancient Greeks, N.Y., Appleton, 1902. 

Well illustrated and interesting account 
*fHall, Jennie. Men of old Greece. Boston, Little, Brown, 1905. 

Very interesting short biographies. 
Hyde, W. D. W. The Five great philosophies of life. N.Y., Macmillan, 1904. 

Epicurean pursuit of pleasure; Stoic self-control by law; Platonic subordination 
of^ lower to higher; The Aristotelian sense of proportion; The Christian 
spirit of love. For the mature pupil. 

Greek philosophies of life. 

*James, H. R. Our Hellenic heritage. lllus. Two volumes in one. N.Y., Macmillan, 
1927. 

The history and culture of the ancient Greeks. Fine reference manual. 
*Lamb, Harold. Alexander of Macedon, N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 

Story of the Conqueror. Mature. 
*Livingstone, R. W., ed., The legacy of Greece. Oxford, Oxford Univ. Press, 1921. 

Essays by authorities on the contributions of Greece in "the realms of the 

spirit and the intellect." 

*Mahaffy, J. P. Old Greek life. N.Y., American Book Co., n.d. 
Mahaffy, J. P. Social life in Greece from Homer to Menander. N.Y., Macmillan, 
1874. 

For the mature pupil. 

Mahaffy, J. P. What have the Greeks done for modern civilisation? N.Y., Putnam, 
1909. 

The debt of the world to Greek culture. For the mature pupil. 
Miller, Walter. Greece and the Greeks. N.Y., Macmillan, 1941. 

Pictorial history. 
*fMills, Dorothy. The Book of the Ancient Greeks. N.Y., Putnam, 1925. 

The political, social, and intellectual life of the people. 

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fMohr, Louise. Greeks and Persians of long ago. Chicago, Rand, McNally 1933 
Stress is on economic and political life. Maps, charts, and well-selected illustra- 
tions help to create interest. 

Murray, Gilbert. Euripides and his age, N.Y., Holt, 1913. 
Intellectual and social life in ancient Greece. 

Quennell, Marjorie and Quennell, C. H. B. Everyday life in Homeric Greece 

N.Y., Putnam, 1930. 

An attempt has been made to secure the atmosphere and to reconstruct the life 
and times of the ancient Greeks through the means of an analysis of the Iliad 
and the Odyssey. 

*tQuennell, Mrs. Marjorie (Courtney) and Quennell, C. H. B. Everyday thinas 

in Archaic Greece. N.Y., Putnam, 1931. 
From the Trojan War to the Battle of Salamis. 

*Quennell, Mrs. Marjorie (Courtney) and Quennell, C. H. B. Everyday things in 
Classical Greece. N.Y., Putnam, 1933. 

Well illustrated and interesting material on the early civilization of the Greeks. 
Robinson, C. E. Alexander the Great. N.Y,, Dutton, 1947. 

The meeting of the East and the West. Mature. 
*Robinson, C. E. Everyday life in ancient Greece. Oxford, Clarendon Press 1933 

Greek civilization treated in a very interesting manner. ' 

*Sabin, F. E. Classical myths that live today. N.Y., Silver Burdett 1927 

Best Greek and Roman myths that have survived are given. Suitable for junior 
or senior high school. J 

*Seymour, T. D. Life in the Homeric Age. N.Y., Macmillan 1908 
Valuable background materials for the mature pupil. Valuable as reference for 
the average pupil. 

Stobart, J. C. Glory that was Greece. N.Y., Appleton- Century 1935 
An interesting account of the ancient world of Alexander the Great. Gives the 
background for his leadership. 

Wright, F. A. Alexander the Great. N.Y., McBride, 1935. 
"A survey of Hellenic culture and civilization." For the matture student. 



IV. EARLY ROME AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE 

STORIES 
60-50 B.C. 

fAnderson, P. L. Pugnax the Gladiator, N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1939. 
Roman life and society, Cicero, Caesar. 

108-68 B.C. 

^Anderson, P. L. Slave of Catiline. N.Y., Appleton, 1931. 

Days of the conspiracy of Catiline. 
38-50 B.C 
*Anderson, P. L. Swords in the north. N.Y, Appleton-Century, 1935. 

A story of Caesar's legions in Britain; 
58-48 B.C 
fAnderson, P. L. With the eagles. N.Y, Appleton, 1929 

Days of Caesar. 

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63 B.C.-14 AJD. 

Atherton, Gertrude. Golden peacock. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1936. 
Rome in the Age of Augustus. For the mature student. 

81-44 B.C 

Bentley, Phyllis. Freedom farewell! N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 

The conditions that led to the downfall of the Roman Republic. For 
the mature student. 

79-81 A.D. 

*Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. The Last days of Pompeii. Button, n.d. 
Roman social life in the reign of Titus. Early Christianity. 

29-100 AJD. 

Byrne, Donn. Brother Saul. N.Y., Century, 1927. 
Early days of Christianity. The life of Saint Paul. 

?-? 

*fChidsey, A. L. Romulus, builder of Rome. N.Y., Minton, Balch, 1934. 
A story based on the legendary history of Rome. 

80-72 B.C. 

tCowles, T. D. Our little Roman cousin of long ago. Boston, Page Co., 

1913. 

Social life, with much stress on school life, in the closing days of the 
Roman republic. Pompey. 

?-? 

*Crew, H. C. Singing Seamen. N.Y., Century, 1930. 

Early Latins. End of Trojan War. Wanderings of ^neas. Virgil's 
JEneid. 

50-47 B.C. 

*Davis, W. S. A Friend of Caesar. N.Y., Macmillan Co., 1900. 
Fall of the Roman republic. 

4th Cent. 

De Wohl, Louis. Imperial renegade. Phil., Lippincott, 1950. 
Paganism and Christianity. Mature. 

218-216 B.C. 

Donauer, Friedrich. Swords against Carthage; tr. from German. N.Y., 

Longmans, Green, 1932. 
Second Punic War. Scipio. 

10-50 AJD. 

Douglas, Lloyd C. The Robe. Boston, Houghton, 1942. 
Christianization of Rome. Mature. 

27 B.C. 

Gale, Elizabeth. Julia Valeria. N.Y., Putnam, 1950. 
Intrigues of Augustus Caesar. 

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527-565 A.D. 

Graves, Robert. Count Belisarius. N.Y., Random House, 1938. 
The reign of Justinian. 

10 B.C-20 AJD. 

Graves, Robert. I, Claudius. N.Y., Smith &^ Haas, 1934. 
The conditions in Rome under Emperor Tiberus Claudius. 

433-453 A.D. 

*James, G. P. R. Attila; or The Huns. N.Y., Button, New edition, n.d. 
Barbarian invasion and Dark Ages ; Attila ; Emperor Valentinian. 

To 181 A.D. 

Jensen, J. V. The Cumbrians; volume two of The Long Journey; tr. by 

A. G. Chater. N.Y., Knopf, 1923. 

Man from the primtive stage to barbarianism ; Rome and the 
barbarians. 

100-4 B.C. 

*fLamprey, Louise. Children of ancient GauL Boston, Little, Brown 

1927. 
Social life in Gaul as a Roman province. 

102-44 B.C. 

fLawrence, Isabelle. The gift of the golden cup. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrill, 1946. . 
Rome during the time of Julius Caesar. 



58-46 

Mitchison, Mrs. Naomi (Hadane). The Conquered, N.Y., Harcourt, 

Brace, 1923. 

A story of Gaul during the period of Caesar's governorship of the 
Province. 

55-53 B.C. 

*Mundy, Talbot. Tros of Samothrace. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1934. 
Caesar in Britain. 

100-300 AJX 

Mygatt, T. D., and Witherspoon, Frances. Armor of light. N.Y., Holt, 

IVoU. 

Life of the early Christians in the Roman empire. 
54 B,C 
fNevin, Evelyn C. Sign of the Anchor. Philadelphia, Westminster Press, 

The Rome of Nero, 
?-? 

fOrvieto, Laura. The birth of Rome. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1935, 
Legends and stories concerned with the earliest history of Rome. 

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1-37 A.D. 

*Oxenham, John. The splendor of the dawn. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 

1930. 

"Times which come immediately after the Crucifixion." Early Chris- 
tianity. Reign of Nero. 

42 B.C.-42 A.D. 

Perkins, J. R. Emperor's Physician. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1944. 
Effect of the miracles, and teachings of Jesus. 

37 B.C-26 B.C. 

Perri, Francerco. Unknown disciple. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 
Judea and Rome at the time of Christ. Mature. 

200 B.C.-180 B.C.? 

*f Powers, Alfred. Hannibal's elephants. N.Y., Longmans, 1944. 
Hannibal's Roman campaign. 

70 B.C-36 B.C. 

Radin, Max. Epicurus my master. Chapel Hill, University of North 

Carolina Press, 1949. 
Rome of Marc Anthony, Pompey, and Maecenas. Mature. 

40-60 A.D. 

Santvoord, Seymour van. Octavia. N.Y., Button, 1923. 

Nero, Britannicus, Agrippina, Caligula, Claudius, and the Julian 
Emperors. 

37-68 AJ>. 

f Shore, Maxine & Oblinger, M. M. The Slave who dreamed* Philadel- 
phia, Westminster Press, 1944. 
Nero, and early Christianity. 

54-68 A.D. 

*Sienkiewicz, H. K. Quo Vadis; a tale of the time of Nero. N.Y., 
Crowell, 1897. 

300-200 B.C. 

fSnedeker, Mrs. Caroline D. Forgotten Daughter. N.Y., Doubleday, 

Doran, 1933. 
Social life in ancient Rome. 

10-50 AJD. 

fSnedeker, Caroline D. Luke's guest. N.Y., Doubleday, 1947. 
Early Christianity. 

30-33 A.D. 

*fStoddard, William. The SwordmakeSs son. N.Y., Century, 1903. 
Early Christianity. 

7 B.C-44 A.D. 

^Wallace, Lew. Ben-hur; or The Days of the Messiah. N.Y., Harper, 

1908. 
Early Christianity. 

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290-295 

Waugh, Evelyn. Helena. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 
Fiction. Biography of the mother of Roman Emperor Constantino 
Mature. 

80-44 B.C. 

*t"Wells, R. F. On land <wd sea with Caesar. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & 

Shepard, 1926. 
Caesar in Britain and Gaul. 

58*49 B.C. 

tWells, R. F. With Caesar's legions. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 

1923. 
Boys join 12th legion for defense of the Roman Provinces. 

184-192 AJX 

*White, E. L. Andivius Hedulio. N.Y., Dutton, 1921. 
Roman Emperor Commodus. 

161-192 AJD. 

*White, E. L. The Unwilling vestal. N.Y., Dutton, 1918. 
A tele of Rome under Marcus Aurelius and Commodus. 

58-52 B.C 

*fWhitehead, A, C The standard bearer; a story of army life in the 

time of Caesar. N.Y., American Book Co., 1914. 
Through the fall of Alesia. 

156-86 'B.C 

fWilliams, Jay, The counterfeit African. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 

1944. 
North African campaign under Marius. 

63 B.C.-14 AJX 

fWilliams, Jay. The stolen oracle. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1943. 
Life during the reign of Augustus. 

218-216 B.C. 

fWinlow, C. V. Our little Carthaginian cousin of long aao. Boston. 
Page Co., 1915. 
Social life and customs at the time of Hannibal ; Second Punic War, 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

*M>bott, 4 F. F. A history and description of Roman political institutions. Third 
Edition. Boston, Ginn, 1911. 



*Abbott, F. F. Society and politics in ancient Rome. N.Y., Scribner, 1912. 

Social life in 'the Roman Republic. 
*Bajky, Cyril The Legacy of Rome. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1923. 

"Traces the inheritance which the modern world owes to ancient Rome." 
*Baker, G. P. Hanmbal. Illus. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1929. 

Rome and Carthage For mature pupil. 

Becker, W. A. Gallus, or, Roman scenes of the time of Augustus (new impression). 
N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1915. 

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Boissier, Gaston, Cicero and his friends; a study of Rowan society in the time of 

C&sar. N.Y., Putnam, n.d. 
*Buchan, John. Augustus. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1937. 

An interesting account of the Roman Empire. For the mature student 
*Buchan, John. Julius C&sar. N.Y., Appleton, 1932. 

The fall of the Roman Republic. Stress is on the political life in Rome. 
*fDavis, W. S. A Day in Old Rome. Boston, Allyn & Bacon, 1925. 

"A picture of Roman life." 
*Delayen, Gaston. Cicero tr. from French by Farrell Symons. N.Y., Button, 1931. 

Attractive scholarly account within the range of the interests of mature pupils. 
*Forestier, Amedee. The Roman soldier. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 

Roman military life and organization. 
*Foster, Genevieve S. Augustus Cesar's world. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 

Well illustrated, and interesting account. 
*fGiles, A. F. The Roman civilisation. London, Jack, 1918. 

Well illustrated account of the social and economic aspects of Roman civilization. 
*fHall, Jennie. Buried cities. N.Y., Macmillan, 1944. 

Reconstruction of ancient cities, Pompeii, Olympia, Mycenae. 
*fHarding, C. H., and Harding, S. B. The City of the Seven Hills. Chicago, Scott, 
Foresman, 1898. 

Picture of the life and history of the people of ancient Rome. 
Haskell, H. J. The New Deal in old Rome. N.Y., Knopf, 1939. 

Presents the problems and their solution. A comparative study of ancient Rome 

and modern America. Controversial. 
Haskell, H. J. This was Cicero. N.Y., Knopf, 1942. 

"Modern politics in a Roman Toga." Mature. 

*Johnston, H. W. The private life of the Romans. Revised by Mary Johnston. 
Chicago, Scott, Foresman, 1932. 

Attractive in its physical make-up. -Compact description of domestic life of the 

Romans. 
*King, Gordon. The rise of Rome. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1932. 

The contribution of great men, and the important events that contributed to the 

greatness of Rome. 
McCartney, E, S. Warfare by land and sea. Boston, Marshall Jones, 1923. 

Roman methods of warfare and their influence on the present. 
*McDaniel, W. B. Roman private life and its survivals. Boston, Marshall Jones, 
1924. 

Links up the social past with present practices. 

McKinlay, A. P., tr. Letters of a Roman gentleman. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 
1926. 

Selections from the correspondence of Cicero. 
Mainzer, Ferdinand. C&sar's mantle. N.Y. Viking Press, 1936. 

The end of the Roman Republic. For the mature student. 
Marsh, F. B. Reign of Tiberius. London, Oxford Press, 1931. 

Biographical study. For the mature pupil. 
*Mau, August. Pompeii, its life and art; tr. from the German, N.Y., Macmillan, 

1899 -. 
Pompeii and its ruins and remains. 

*Mills, Dorothy. The Book of the Ancient Romans. N.Y., Putnam, 1927. 

An introduction to the social and political life of the Romans. 
*Moore, F. G. The Roman world. N.Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1936. 

Social and economic problems. 
*Oman, Charles. Seven Roman statesmen of the later republic. N.Y., Longmans, 

Green, n.d. 

The Gracchi, Sulla, Crassus, Cato, Pompey, Caesar. 
*Plutarch. The lives of noble Grecians and Romans. Tr. by John Dryden, rev. 

by A. H. Clough. N.Y., Modern Library, n.d. 
Pratt, Fletcher. Hail, Casarl N.Y., Random House, 1936. 
A debunking biography. Stresses Caesar's politcal career. For the mature 
student 

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*fPreston, H. W., and Dodge, Louise. The Private life of the Romans. Chicago 

Sanborn, 1893. 

Illustrations and interesting material on social life. 
*Showerman, Grant. Monuments and men of ancient Rome. N.Y., Appleton- 

Century, 1935. 
Useful for reference. 

*Showerman, Grant Rome and the Romans. N.Y., Macmillan, 1931. 
A survey and interpretation of Roman social life. Very valuable background 

material. 

Stobart, J. C. The grandeur that was Rome. N.Y., Appleton- Century, 1935. 
Stresses the contribution of Rome to the civilization of today. For the mature 

student. 
fTreble, H. A. and King, K. M. Everyday life in Rome in the tim^ of CGSOT and 

Cicero. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1930. 
A simple treatment. 
*Tucker, T. G. Life in the Roman world of Nero and St. Paul. N.Y., Macmillan, 

Well illustrated and readable account of Roman life. 
Waters, W. E. Town life in ancient Italy. Boston, Benj. H. Sanborn, 1902. 

Good short account of social life. 
White, E. L. Why Rome fell. N.Y., Harper, 1927. 

A careful analysis of the complex conditions and problems that caused the decline 
of Rome, For the mature pupil. 



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MEDIEVAL AND MODERN EUROPE 

I. TRADITIONAL AND LEGENDARY HISTORY: EMPIRE 

OF CHARLEMAGNE AND THE INVASION OF 

THE NORTHMEN, 600-1000 

STORIES 
780-810 

*fAndrews, F. E. For Charlemagne! N.Y., Harper, 1949. 
Palace School, and Alcium. 

800-1000 

*fBallantyne, R. M. Erting the bold. Boston, Page Co., 1927. 

Founded on the Chronicles of the Kings of Norway. Norseman in 
the 10th century. 

440-500 

*fBeaty, J. C. Swords in the dawn. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1937. 
Early Britain. Anglo-Saxon Conquest. Narrative keeps dose to the 
incidents in Beowulf. 

1066-1700 

fBedford-Atkins. The luck of the house. Chicago, Whitman, 1938. 
A story of William, the Conqueror. 

800-1000 

Bengtsson, Frans. Red Orm. N.Y., Scribner, 1943. 
Viking raiders along the coast of England and Spain. 

407-600 

Bishop, Farnham, and Brodeur, A. G. The Altar of the legion. Boston, 

Little, Brown, 1926. 
Roman Britain. The Saxon invasion of Britain. 

400-461 

*fBuck, A. M. My Saint Patrick. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 

1937. 
St. Patrick's ministry in Ireland. 

400-700 

Callcott, Frank. When Spain was young. N.Y., McBride, 1932. 
The Goths in Spain. 

500 

Clemens, S. L. (Mark Twain). A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's 

court. N.Y., Harper, 1889. 
Traditional. Britain in the sixth century. 

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742-800 

*Collier, Virginia and Eaton, Jeanette. Roland the warrior. N.Y., Har- 

court, Brace, 1934. 
The life and time of Charlemagne. 

868 

fCowles, J. D. Our title Saxon cousin of long ago. Boston, Page Co 

1916. 
King Alfred. 

700-720 

Davis, W. S. The Beauty of the purple. N.Y., Macmillan, 1924. 
Repulse of the Saracens. 

300-400 

Deeping, Warwick. The man on the White Horse. N.Y., Knopf, 1934. 
The Christianization of Britain. 

700-1100 

*fDunlap, Maurice. Stories of the Vikings. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 



Legends of the Norsemen. "Their development into a hardy noble 
race." 

770 800 

*f Echols, U. W. Knights of Charlemagne, illus. by Henry Pitz N Y 
Longmans, Green, 1928. " ' "' 

Legends and stories. Battle of Roncesvalles ; Roland. 
5th-6th Cent. 
fEmbury, Lucy. Listening man. N.Y., Messner, 1940. 

Life and adventures of Harpers, Singers, and Jesters in Ireland. 
349-901 

' H ' EB Wulnoth the Wanderer. N.Y., Longmans, Green 

* 



"A story of King Alfred." 
878-900? 

Farad, Jeffery. The King liveth. N.Y., Doubleday, 1943. 
A story of King Arthur. 

700-800 

^(Layerne. The Unspeakables. N.Y., Scribner, 1945 

Christianization of the Lombards in Italy. Mature, 
500-1000 

fHall , Jennie. Viking tales. Chicago, Rand McNally, 1902 
Social life of the Northmen. 

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. TRADITIONAL AND LEGENDARY HISTORY 



117-138 

Hannah, I. C. Voadica : a romance of the Roman Wall. N.Y., Longmans, 
Green, 1928. 

"The author has told a good straightforward story in excellent work- 
manlike fashion." 



*f Hosford, Dorothy. By his own might. N.Y., Holt, 1947. 
Battles of Beowulf. 

Iceland 10th- 12th Cent. 

Hosford, Dorothy G. Sons of the Volsungs. Holt, 1949. 
Adapted from Sigurd the Volsung. 

750-850 

*f Hyde, M. P. The singing sword. Boston, Little, Brown, 1930. 
Life and times of Charlemagne. 

5th-7th Cent.? 

fjewett, Eleanor M. The hidden treasure. N.Y., Viking, 1946, 
King Arthur, and the search for the Holy Grail. 

800-900 

*fLaboulaye, E. R. L. de. The Quest of the four-leaved clover; a story 
of Arabia, adapted from the French by Walter Taylor Field. Boston, 
Ginn, 1910. 
Mohammedan beliefs. The Koran. 

800-814 

*fLansing, M. F. Page, esquire and knight; a book of chivalry. N.Y., 

Ginn, 1910. 
Charlemagne. 

800-900 

fLeighton, Margaret C. Judith of France. Boston, Houghton, 1948. 
Charlemagne and his times. 

740-768 

*fLinnell, Gertrude. Behind the battlements. N.Y., Macmillan, 1931. 
Social life of the early Franks. 

742-814 

fMagoon, Marian W. Emperor's nephew. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 

1942. 
A story of Charlemagne. 

722-814 

*fMagoon, Marian W. Little Dusty Foot. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1948. 
Traveling and trade in the time of Charlemagne. 

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100-800 

f Masefidd, John. Book of discoveries. N.Y., Stokes, n.d. 
Stories of early Britain. 

900-1000 

fMayer, A. I. Defense of the castle. N.Y., Harper, 1937. 
Germany in the Dark Ages. 

964-1000 

fMayer, A. I. Falconers son. Philadelphia, Westminster Press, 1941. 
Holy Roman Empire during the time of Emperor Otto. 

950-1000 

Myers, Henry. Utmost island. N.Y., Crown, 1951. 
Westward expedition of Leif Ericson. 

422-512 

*Pruette, Lorine. Saint in ivory. N.Y., Appleton, 1927. 
"The story of Genevieve of Paris and Nanterre." Franks; Attila; 
Theodoric; story of early France. 

790-820 

Pyle, Katharine. Charlemagne and his knights. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 

1932. 
Legends and stories that have gathered about the great emperor. 

451 

fRolt- Wheeler, Francis. In the time of Attila. Boston. Lothrop, Lee & 

Shepard, 1928. 
Dark Ages; the historic battle of Chalons. 

935-973 

*Roth, Richard. King Otto's crown, tr. from the German. St. Louis, 

Concordia Pub. House, 1917. 
Germany; Otto I. 

400-453 

*fSeredy, Kate. The white stag. N.Y., Viking, 1937. 
The Huns, and Attila. 

742-814 

Sherwood, Merriam, tr. The Merry pilgrimage. N.Y., Macmillan, 1927. 
Life in the middle ages ; Charlemagne ; Holy Roman Empire. 

778-800 

Sherwood, Merriam, tr. The Song of Roland. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 
1938. 

The Age of Charlemagne. 

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270-280 

fSnedeker, Caroline D. White Isle. N.Y., Doubleday, 1940. 
Roman Britain. 

1000 

f Stein, Evaleen. Our little Celtic cousin of long ago. Boston, Page Co., 

1918. 
Customs and social life of the Celts. 

790-800 

f Stein, Evaleen. Our little Prankish cousin of long ago. Boston, Page 

Co., 1917. 

Customs and social life during the time of Charlemagne; Alcuin; Bin- 
hard. 

740-768 

*fStein, Evaleen. Pepin. Boston, Page Co., 1924. 

Social life in early France in the time of Pepin. Mediaeval France. 

871-900 

*fTappan, E. M. In the days of Alfred the Great. Boston, Lothrop, Lee 
& Shepard Co., 1900. 

?-? 

*fWhite, T. H. The Sword in the Stone. N.Y., Putnam, 1939. 

Based on Malory. An interesting reconstruction of the legends of King 
Arthur set in a background of early medieval England. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

fAudisio, Gabrial. Harun Al-Rashid, Caliph of Bagdad. N.Y., McBride, 1931. 

The Beginning of Saracen civilization. 

*Ault, Norman. Life in ancient Britain. Illus. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1920. 
"A survey of the social and economic development of the people of England 

from the earliest times to the Roman conquest" 
Bodley, Ronald V. C The Messenger. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 

Early life and development of Mohammed, and Islam. Mature. 
*tBulfinch, Thomas. Legends of Charlemagne, ed. by Charles Le Macne. N.Y., 

Cosmopolitan Book Corp., 1934. 
Well illustrated. 
Cary, M., and Warmington, E. H. The ancient explorers. Maps. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 

1929. 
"The opening up of the Old World by the discoveries of ancient times." For the 

mature pupil. 

*Colljngwood, R. G. Roman Britain. Illus. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1932. 
"Aims at giving general results of an attempt to estimate the nature and sig- 
nificance of Roman-British civilization." 
fColum, Padraic. The legend of Saint Columba. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 

Ireland in the sixth century. 
Coulter, J. G. Old France. N.Y., Putnam, 1930. 

From the earliest times to the 16th century. Especially useful for the earliest 
period. 

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Crow, Carl. Master Kung, the story of Confitcius. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 

Religious life in China. 
*Dermenghem, Emile. The life of Mohammed. N.Y., MacVeagh, 1930. 

A sympathetic biography. For the mature pupil. 
Dibble, R. F. Mohammed. N.Y., Viking Press, 1926. 

Beginning and spread of Mohammedanism, 570-632. 

Eginhard. Life of Charlemagne; tr. from "Montunenta Germaniae." N.Y., Ameri- 
can Book Co., 1880. 
For the mature pupil. 
Fitch, Florence M. Allah, the God of Islam. Boston, Lothrop, 1950. 

Gives history of Moslem religion and worship. 
fFrench, Allen. Heroes of Iceland. Boston, Little Brown, 1931. 

Iceland, before, and after the acceptance of Christianity. 
*Gasquet, Cardinal. Tr. The Rule of Saint Benedict. London, Chatto & Windus, 

1925. 
A fine introduction to the monastic system in the Middle Ages. Gives the rules 

that were accepted as the guide. 
tHanson, Lida S. Eric the Red. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 

Life of the ancient Vikings, and their part in the discovery of America. 
fLamprey, Louise. Children of ancient Britain. Boston, Little, Brown, 1921. 

Social life and customs before written history. 
*McCann, D. J. Saint Benedict. N.Y., Sheed & Ward, 1937. 

An authoritative account of the life and work of St. Benedict. 
*>fMacleod, Mary. Book of Kmg Arthur and his noble knights. Philadelphia 

Lippincott, 1949. 

Very attractive edition, with interesting material. 
*Mawer, Allen. The Vikings. Cambridge, Univ. Press, 1913. 

^Scandinavian influences. 9th century Norman conquest. 
Pirenne, Henri. Mohammed and Charlemagne. N.Y., Norton, 1939. 
A good discussion of the relations that existed between Islam and the Carolin- 

gians. For the mature student. 
*tQuennell, Mar j one, and Quennell, C H. B. Everyday life in Anglo Saxon. 

Viking and Norman times. N.Y., Putnam, 1927. 
Suitable for junior and senior high school. 
*tQuennell, Marjorie, and Quennell, C. H. B, Everyday life in Roman Britain. 

N.Y., Putnam, 1925. 
Well illustrated. 

II. MEDIEVAL LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS, 1000-1400 

STORIES 
1295-1350 

*f Adams, J. D. Mountains are free. N.Y., Dutton, 1930. 
Struggle of Swiss independence. 
Rudolph of Hapsburg. 

1157-1199 

Barnes, Margaret C. The passionate brood. Philadelphia, Macrea-Smith, 
1945. 

Plantagenet England. Eleanor of Aquitane, Henry II. 
1367-1400 
Barne *> Margaret C. Within the hollow crown. N.Y., Macrae-Smith, 

Ai/T/ . 

Sympathetic account of Richard II. Mature. 

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MEDIEVAL LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS, 1000-1400 

1066-1070 

fBolton, I. M. The King's minstrel. Boston, Page Co., 1925. 
Social life in Norman England; Warwick. 

1381-1390 

*fBolton, I. M. Son of the land. N.Y., Messner, 1946. 
Black Plague, Peasants' Revolt, Walt Tyler. 

1310-1350 

*fBolton, I. M. The Young knight Boston, Page Co. 1923. 
Defense of Rhodes by the Hospitallers; Moslem attempt to overrun 
Europe ; good material on the "Military Orders." 

1300-1400 

Borden, Lucille P. White hawthorn. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 
Social and political life in Italy in the 14th century. 

1200-1300 

fBowles, Mrs. Ella S. Hubert the happy. Philadelphia, Uppincott, 1930. 
Social life in France during the 13th century. 

1267-1337 

fBrann, Esther. Nicolina. N.Y., Macmillan, 193L 
Social life in Florence at the time of Giotto. 

1066 

*Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. Harold; or, the Last of the Saxon Kings. N.Y., 

Longmans, Green, n.d. 
Description of the Battle of Hastings. 

1340-1400 

Burlingame, Cora. Lord of London. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1944. 
Chaucer's London. 

1275-1292 

Byrne, Donn. Crusade. Boston, Little, Brown, 1928. 
Sixth crusade. 

1248-1250 

*Byrne, Donn. Messer Marco Polo. N.Y., Century, 1921. 

Marco Polo in China; excellent portrayal of the spirit of exploration; 
forerunner of Renaissance. 

1206 1220 

Caldwdl, Taylor. The earth is the Lord's. N.Y., Literary Guild, 1940. 
The Mongols. Rise of Ghengis-Khan. Mature. 

1210-1215 

fCarter, R. G. The King's spurs. Boston, Little, Brown, 1930. 

The relation of England and France. Battle of Bouvines, Du Guesclin. 

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1273-1307 



*fCather, Mrs. K. D. The Castle of the Hawk. N.Y., Century, 1927. 
Rudolph of Hapsburg; William Tell; Gessler; Swiss uprising; Guild 

1192-1194 

Challis, George. The golden knight. N.Y., Greystone Press, 1937. 
The detention of Richard the Lion Hearted in Austria. 

1340-1400 

f Chute, Marchette. Innnocent wayfaring. N.Y., Scribner, 1943. 
Chaucer's England. 

1547 

*fClemens, S. L. (Mark Twain) The Prince and the pauper. N.Y. 

Harper, 1880. 

Medieval life in England in the early years of the reign of Henrv 
VIII; Prince Edward VI. 

1200-1300 

Costain, Thomas B. Black rose. N.Y., Doubleday, 1945. 
Relation of England and the Mongol Empire. 

1285-1345 

fDaniel, Hawthorne. Shuttle and sword. N.Y., Macmillan, 1932, 

Economic background of the wool trade and weaving in England and 
Flanders. Artevelde. 

1309-1376 

*fDaudet, Alphonse. The Pope's mule. N.Y., Macmillan, 1925. 
Avignon during the time of Boniface IX ; good background material. 

1095-1099 

*Davis, W. S. God wills it. N.Y., Macmillan, 1901. 
Medieval Church and the Crusades ; First Crusade ; Peter the Hermit 
Godfrey of Bouillon; Pope Urban II. ' 

1214-1230 

Davis, W. S. The White Queen. N.Y., Macmillan, 1925. 
Youth of Louis IX of France. 

12tfa Cent. 

fDe Angeli, Marguerite L. Door in the wall N.Y., Doubleday 1949 
Med. England. Training for Knighthood. 

Italy, 13th Cent. 

De Wohl, Louis. Quiet light. Philadelphia, Lippincott 1950 
The Italy, of Thomas Aquinas. 

1250-1305 

*Douglas, Donald. The Black Douglas. N.Y, Doran, 1927, 
Relations of England and Scotland; Robert Bruce. 

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MEDIEVAL LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS, 1000-1400 

1215-1250 

fDownes, Harriet S. Filippo the Jongleur. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 

1932. 
A romance of Franciscan times. 

1385 

*Doyle, A. C. The White company. N.Y., Harper, 1922. 
English bowmen in France and Castile under the Duke of Lancaster ; 
Du Guesdin; Chandos. 

1068-1135 

Edmondston, C. M. and Hyde, M. L. F. King's man. N.Y., Longmans, 

1948. 
Life during the reign of Henry I of England. 

12th Cent. 

fEvernden, Margery. Knight of Florence. N.Y., Random, 1950. 
Medieval Italy, and its art. Giotto. 

1000-1200 

Farnol, Jeffrey. John o j the green. Boston, Little, Brown, 1935. 

Rich in the atmosphere and social practices in England during the 
early medieval times. 

1200-1250 

*fFrench, Allen. Lost baron. Boston, Houghton, 1940. 
Life in England during reign of King John. 

1165-1170 

*fFrench, Allen. The Red Keep. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1938. 
The importance of Burgundy in the political history of the time. 

1189-1199 

*fGandy, Wallace. In the days of Lion-heart. N.Y., Crowell, 1913. 
English social life and customs; Robin Hood; mystery plays; fairs; 
laws. 

1090-1200 

*fGibson, Katherine. Bow bells. N.Y., Longmans, 1943. 
Story of Dick Whittington. 

1272-1300 

fGilbert, Jane. Imps and angels. N.Y., Button, 1946. 
Building of the Cathedrals. 

1200-1220 

fGilman, Arthur. Magna Charta stones. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shep- 

ard, n.d. 
Struggles for liberty. 

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1290-1305 

*f Goodenough, Lady. The Boy's chronicle of Mutaner. N.Y., Appleton, 

1926. 

Struggle of the Christians and Moors in Spain; the consolidation of 
Castile and Aragon. 

13th Cent. 

*Gray, Elizabeth J.Adam of the road. N.Y., Viking, 1942. 
Social life of the time. Minstrels. 

1182-1226 

*Green, L. M. Brother of the birds. Philadelphia, David McKay Co. 

1929. 
A little history of Saint Francis of Assisi. 

1212 

*fHewes, A. D, A Boy of the lost crusade. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin, 

1923. 
The Children's Crusade. 

1300-1400 

Hewes, A. D. Swords on the sea. N.Y., Knopf, 1931. 

Medieval life in the Mediterranean basin. Rivalry of Venice and 
Genoa. 

1212-1215 

fHolberg, Ruth L. Marching to Jerusalem. N.Y., Crowell, 1943. 
Children's Crusade. 

12th-13th Cent. 

fjewett, Eleanor M. Told on the King's highway. N.Y., Viking, 1943. 
Short stories of Medieval England from old accounts. 

1210-1226 

*fjewett, Sophie. God's troubadour. N.Y., Crowell, 1910. 
Medieval Church; life of St. Francis of Assisi. 

1090-1140 

*Johnston, Mary. The fortunes of Garin. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

J.^7 J.O. 

Crusades; troubadours; social life. 
1362-1400 
Kelly, E. P. Golden star of Halich. N.Y., Macmillan, 193-1. 

Poland in the 14th century. King Casimir. 
1340-1400 
fKelly, Mrs. Regina. King Richard's squire. N.Y., Crowell, 1937. 

Chaucer's England. 

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1275-1300 

*fKent, Louise A. He went with Marco Polo. Boston, Hourfiton, 
Mifflin, 1935. 

The early expansion of Europe. "A story of Venice and Cathay." 
1175-1212 
King-Hall, Magdelen. Jehan of the ready fists. London, Newnes, 1936. 

Richard the Lion-Hearted and the Crusades. 

1214-1220 

f Knox, Esther M. The flags of dawn. Boston, Little, Brown, 1944. 
Magna Charta. 

1096-1099 

fKnox, Esther M. Swift flies the falcon. Philadelphia, Winston, 1939. 
The First Crusade. 

1095-1272 

*Lamb, Harold. Durandal. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1931. 
Story of a young Prankish crusader. A vivid story of the Crusades. 

1300 

*fLamprey, Louise. In the days of the guild. N.Y., Stokes, 1918. 
Medieval England. 

1200-1300 

fLamprey, Louise. Masters of the guild. N.Y., Stokes, 1920. 
Feudal times ; description of crafts. 

1096-1219 

Lancaster, Osbert. Saracen's head> the reluctant Crusader. N.Y., Murray, 

1948. 
Humorous account of the Middle Ages. 

1250-1294 

fLansing, M. F. Magic gold; a story of Roger Bacon. Boston, Little, 

Brown, 1928. 
Social background of England. 

13th Cent. 

fLide, Alice A. and Johansen, Margaret A. Mystery of the Mahteb. 

N.Y., Longmans, 1942. 
Life of the people in Ethiopia. 

1200-1300 

fLide, Alice A. and Johansen, Margaret A. Secret of the circle. N.Y., 

Longmans, Green, 1937. 
The Hanseatic League. 

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1157-1241 

*fMacKaye, Loring. We of Frdbo stand. N.Y., Longmans, 1944. 
Invasion, and betrayal of Denmark. 

1200-1215 

*fMarshall, B. G. Cedric, the forester. N.Y., Appleton, 1921. 

Feudal stories of the time just preceding the signing of the Magna 
Charta. 

1182-1226 

fMilhous, Katherine. First Christmas crib. N.Y., Scribner, 1944. 
Italy during the time of Francis of Assisi. 

1100-1123 

fMirza, Y. B. The young tenttnaker. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 

1935. 
The Persia of Omar Khayyam. 

1350-1400 

Morley, Iris. The proud Paladin. N.Y., Morrow, 1936. 
Turbulent times in medieval France. Chivalry. 

1050-1066 

*Muntz, Hope. Golden Warrior. N.Y., Scribner, 1949. 
England at the time of King Harold. Coming of William, the Con- 
queror. 

1212-1215 

Myers, Henry. Our lives have just begun. N.Y., Stokes, 1939, 
The Children's Crusade. 

1290-1328 

*Porter, Jane. The Scottish chiefs. N.Y., Appleton, n.d. 
War for Scottish independence; Wallace; Bruce. 

1340-1350 

Powers, Anne. Ride East! Ride West! Indianapolis, Merrill, 1947. 
The Hundred Years' War. 

1200-1300 

Prior, Loveday. A law unto themselves. Boston, Little, Brown, 1934. 
Medieval life in Austria. 

1400-1410 

*fPyle, Howard. Men of iron. N.Y., Harper, n.d. 
Henry IV of England; Chivalry. 

1189-1199 

*fPyle, Howard. The Merry adventures of Robin Hood. N.Y., Scribner, 

1883. 
Early Plantagenet period. 

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MEDIEVAL LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS, 1000-1400 

1254-1290 

*fPyle, Howard. Otto of the Silver Hand. N.Y., Scribner, n.d. 
Robber barons in Germany. 

1096-1272 

*f Quinn, Vernon. The march of the iron men. N.Y., Stokes, 1930. 
A simple story of the Crusades. 

13th. Cent. 

Reinherz, Nathan. Trumpets at the crossroads. N.Y., Crowell, 1948. 
Description of Medieval battle. 

1180-1200 

Reznikoff, Charles. Lionhearted. Philadelphia, Jewish Pub. Soc., 1944. 
Story of the Jews in Medieval England. 

1180-1190 

fRosenberg, M. V. With sword and song. Boston, Little, Brown, 1937. 
Chivalry in medieval France. 

1216-1220 

Sandoz, Edouard. Squire of Ravensmark. Boston, Houghton, 1947. 
Life and wars in Medieval England. 

1162-1227 

fSawyer, Edith A. Merin and SharL N.Y., Crowell, 1938. 
Life in Monogolia during the time of Genghis Khan, 

1265-1321 

Schachner, Nathan. The wanderer. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1944. 
Dante and Beatrice. Mature. 

1194 

*Scott, Sir Walter. Ivanhoe. Chicago, Rand, McNally, n.d. 
Medieval England; fusion of Norman and Saxon. 

1189-1192 

*Scott, Sir Walter. The Talisman. Chicago, Rand, McNally, n.d. 
Medieval Church and Crusades ; Richard Cceur de Lion ; Saladin. 

1307-1320 

fSherwood, Merriam. The tale of the Warrior Lord* N.Y., Longmans, 

Green, 1930. 
The story of the Cid. Christian war against the Moors. 

12th Cent. 

fSprague, Rosemary. Northward to Albion. N.Y., Roy, 1947. 
Chronicle of Geoffrey of Monmouth. 

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1191 

fStein, Evaleen. Our little Crusader cousin of long ago. Boston, Page, 

1921. 

Third Crusade ; Richard the Lion-Hearted ; King Phillip ; Godfrey de 
Bouillon ; Saladin ; Raymond. 

1340-1400 

*Sterne, E. G. Loud sing cuckoo. N.Y., Duffield, 1930. 
England in the time of Chaucer, Wat Tyler, John Ball. 

1190-1212 

*fStratton, Clarence. Paul of France. N.Y., Macmillan, 1927. 
Venice and the Crusades ; Constantinople ; Godwin. 

1189-1199 

*fStrong, L. A. G. King Richard's land. N.Y., Knopf, 1934. 
Condition of the peasants in England. Wat Tyler's rebellion. 

1040-1066 

fTappan, E. M. In the days of William the Conqueror. Boston, Lothrop, 

Lee & Shepard, 1901. 
The Conqueror's early life in Normandy and his conquest of England. 

1090-1147 

fThomas, Cenethe. Michel's singing sword. Boston, Holt, 1937. 
Conditions in France during the Crusades. 

1192-1194 

Vidal, Gore. Search for a King. N.Y., Button, 1950. 
Search for King Richard of England. 

1200-1300 

*White, Helen C, A watch in the night. N.Y., Macmillan, 1933. 
St. Francis of Assisi and the monastic life in the Middle Ages. For 
the mature pupil. 

1270-1272 

*fYonge, C. M. The Prince and the Page. N.Y., Macmillan, 1925. 
The last Crusade ; this is an attractive edition of an old favorite. 

1209-1216 

fZollinger, G. (pseud.) Boy's ride.N.Y., McClurg, 1931. 
The England of King John. The Magna Charta. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

*Adams, G. B. Civilisation during the Middle Ages. (Revised ed.) N.Y., Scribner, 
"Relation to modern civilization." 

** ***' Mont Saint Michel a ^ Chartre. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1936. 
Middle Ages interpreted by its great Goithic buildings. For the mature 



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MEDIEVAL LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS, 1000-1400 

*Archer, T. A., and Kingsford, C. L. The Crusades. (Story of the Nations.) N.Y., 
Putnam, 1894. 

Social and historical account of the important movement. 
Baker, Nina B. Robert Bruce: King of Scots. N.Y., Vanguard, 1948. 

Relations of Scotland and England. 
Baldwin, Marshall W. The Medieval Papacy in action. N.Y., Macmillan, 1940. 

Ecclesiastical administration. Mature. 
Belloc, Hilaire. William the Conqueror. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1934. 

An interesting account. 

*Bennett, H. S. Life on the English manor, a study of peasant conditions. N.Y., 
Macmillan, 1937. 

Conditions of labor in Medieval England. Based on source material. For the 

mature student. 

*Bryce, James. The Holy Roman Empire. New Edition, N.Y., Macmillan 1923. 
*Campbell, G. A. The Crusades. N.Y., McBride, 1938. 

The causes and effects both in Europe, and in the East. 
Cheyney, E. P. The dawn of a new era. 1250-1453. N.Y., Harper, 1936. 

The social and cultural life of that period. 
*Chute, Marchette. Geoffrey Chaucer^ of England. N.Y., Button, 1946. 

Interesting account of the social life of the time. 
Clayton, Joseph. Saint Anselm. Milwaukee, Bruce, 1933. 

The part played by the Church in the educational and spiritual life. 
*Cornish, F. W. Chivalry. N.Y., Macmillan, 1911. 

All phases of the manifestation called chivalry. England llth-16th century. 
*Coryn, M. The black eagle-. Bertrand du Guesclin. N.Y., Funk & Wagnalls, 1934. 

Social and economic life in France during the Hundred Years' War. 
*Crump, G. C., and Jacob, E. F. The legacy of the Middle Ages. Oxford, Oxford 
Univ. Press, 1926. 

Gives contribution in the field of Christian life, art, literature, vernacular, 

handwriting, philosophy, education, law. 

*Cutts, E. L. Scenes and characters of the Middle Ages. London, Daniel O'Connor, 
1922. 

Fine picture of the social life of the time. For the mature pupil. 
*Davis, W. S. Life on a medieval barony. N.Y., Harper, 1922. 

"A picture of a typical feudal community m the 13th century." 
De Joinyille, Villehardouin. Memoirs of the Crusades. N.Y., Button, n,d. 

Chronicle useful for background material. 
Eaton, Jeanette. The Flame, Saint Catherine of Siena. N.Y., Harper, 1931. 

Suitable for junior and senior high school. 
Eaton, Jeanette. Jeanne D*Arc. N.Y., Harper, 1931. 

Vivid and sympathetic portrayal of her character. 
tEgan, M. F. Everybody's St. Francis. N.Y., Century, 1912. 

Well illustrated, attractive account. 
Giry, A., and Reville, A. Emancipation of the medieval towns. N.Y., Holt, 1907. 

For the mature pupil. 
*fHarding, S. B. The Story of the Middle Ages. Chicago, Scott, Foresman, 190L 

Interesting treatment of subject. 

Hartley, Dorothy and Elliot, M. M. Life and work of the people of England, 1000 
1300. N.Y., Putnam, 1931. 

"A pictorial record of the social life of the time." 

Hartley, Dorothy, and Elliot, M. M. Life and work of the people of England. 
Fourteenth century, N.Y., Putnam, 1929. 

"Pictorial record from contemporary sources." 
Hartley, Dorothy. Mediaeval costume and life. N.Y., Scribner, 1931. 

Useful for project material and reference. 
fHartman, Gertrude, Medieval days and ways. N.Y., Macmillan, 1937. 

Concerned with the arts of life. 

*Haskins, C. H. The Normans in European history. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 
1915. 

The influence of the Normans on various parts of Europe. For the mature pupil. 

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Hole, Christina. English iolk heroes. London, Batsford. 

From King Arthur to St. Thomas of Canterbury. 
*tKellog, Charlotte. The girl who ruled a kingdom. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1938. 

A story of Hungary and Poland. Jadwiga. .,,._. 
*tKummer, F. A. Leif Erikson, the Lucky. Philadelphia, Winston, 1939. 

The introduction of Christianity into Greenland. 
*Lamb, Harold. Boys' Genghis Khan. N.Y., McBride, 1930. 
The great Mongol conqueror and Mongolian kingdom. For junior and senior 

high school. 
*Lamb, Harold. The crusades; iron men and saints. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1930. 

The story of the first crusade. 
*Lamb, Harold. March of the Barbarians. N.Y., Literary Guild, 1940. 

The movement of the Asiatic tribes westward into Europe. 
Linklater, Eric. Robert the Bruce. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1934. 

A short, readable account of the hero of Scotland. 
McKeon, Richard. Selections from medieval philosophers. I. Augustine to Alfred 

the Great. N.Y., Scribner, 1929. 
McKeon, Richard. Selections from medieval philosophers. IL Roger Bacon to 

William of Ockham. N.Y., Scribner, 1930. 
*Mills, Dorothy. The Middle Ages. N.Y., Putnam, 1935. 

More concerned with the economic and social life than with political events. 
*Munro, D. C. The Kingdom of the Crusaders. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1935. 
A picturesque and interesting account of the Kingdm of Jerusalem. Gives the 

Social and geographic background. 

*Oman, C. W. C. The Byzantine Empire. London, T. Fisher Unwin, 1892. 
From earliest times to the fall of Constantinople. Illustrated and interesting 

account for mature pupil. 
fPeattie, D. C. The story of the Middle Ages. N.Y., Grosset, 1937. 

A simple and well-written account. 
*Power, Eileen. Medieval people. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1927. 

Sketches that illustrate the various aspects of social life. 

Powicke, F. M. Medieval England (10661485). (Home University Library.) 
N.Y., Holt, 1931. ' 

"Ways in which English society was shaped and grew." 
Pratt, Fletcher. Third King. N.Y., Sloane, 1950. 

King Valdemar of Denmark. Viking life. 
Prothers, G. W. The Life of Simon de Montfort. London, Longmans, Green n.d. 

Parliamentary history. 
*tQuennell, Marjorie and Quennell, C. H. B. A History of everyday things in 

England, First Part (10661499). N.Y., Scribner's, n.d. 
Rosenberg, M. V. Eleanor of Aquitane. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1937. 
The relations between England and France during the troubled period of her 
life. Good picture of the social life of France. The troubadours. For lie 
mature student. 

*Salzman, L. F. Medieval byways. London, Constable & Co., 1913. 
Social and economic aspects. Material taken from original sources. With 

illustrations. 
*Stuart, Dorothy M. Men and women of Platagenet England. N.Y., Harcourt, 

J3race, 1932* 

Customs and manners in Medieval England. 
*tTappan, E. M. When kmghts were bold. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1911. 

A most valuable book. Well illustrated and interesting for pupils of all levels. 

*Vercel Roger .Bertrandof Brittany. New Haven, Conn*, YateTJniv. Press, 7034 

The life of Du Gueschn, Condition of France in the 14th century. For the 

mature student. 

Walsh, J. J. High points m medieval culture. St. Paul, Minn., Bruie, 1937 
top <f *e Church to the civilization of the time ^ 
***^ Lt ? l t B ther Fr<mc ^ of Assisi. N.Y., Macmillan 1937 
xx foun r J* the Franciscan Order has meant to the world 

Wihnot-Buxton, E. M. The Story of the Crusades. N.Y., Crowdl nd 

editi0n - SuitaWe for l"&*3* aa senior 
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III. THE RENAISSANCE AND THE REFORMATION TO 1643 

STORIES 
1558-1603 

fAdams, Katherine. Blackthorn. N.Y., Macmillan, 1931. 
In the days of Queen Elizabeth. 

1560-1570 

*Anderson, P. L. The Knights of St. John. N.Y., Appleton, 1932. 
.Struggle of Christianity and Islam. 

1593-1599 

Anderson, R. G. The tavern rogue. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1934. 
Elizabethan London. Marlowe, Kyd, Greene, Peele, Shakespeare. 

1460-1524 

*fBailey, R. E. Argosies of empire. N.Y., Button, 1947.- 
Adv. of great sea captains. Stories of development of trade through 
the ages. Major part about Vasco da Gama. 

1500-1700 

fBailey, R. E. Sea hawks of Empire. N.Y., Button, 1948. 
Age of Biscovery and exploration. "Eastward to the Indies." 

1552-1618 

fBaker, Nina B. Sir Walter Raleigh. N.Y., Harcourt, 1950. 
Fict. Biog. Stress is on his interest in the New World. 

1522-1536 

Barnes, Margaret C Brief gaudy hour. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 

1949. 
Fict. Biog. of Anne Boleyn. Mature. 

1572-1588 

Barnes, Margaret C. My Lady of Cleves. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 

1946. > 

Elizabethan England; The Armada. ' 

1596 

*tBennett, John. Master Skylark. N.Y., Century, 1897. 
Elizabethan London; Shakespeare and his contemporaries. 

1400-1431 

*Bick, Christopher. Bells of heaven. N.Y., Bodd, Mead, 1949. 
Story of Joan of Arc. 

1550-1575 

tBffl, A. H. Ring of danger. N.Y., Knopf, 1948. 
Elizabeth and Mary, Queen of Scots. 

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1450-1460 

*fBlaisdell, Elinor. Falcon, fly back. N.Y., Messner, 1939. 

Social and religious life in France during the reign of Charles VII. 

1556-1598 

Blake, Gladys. Dona Isabella's adventures. N.Y., Appleton, 1928. 
Court of Philip II of Spain ; Cervantes in story. 

1447-1485 

fBolton, Ivy M. A loyal foe. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1933. 
The dynastic wars of York, and Lancaster. 

1560.1570 

fBolton, I. M. Shadows of the crown. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1931. 

Philip II of Spain and the Order of the Knights of St. John of 
Jerusalem. 

1558-1600 

Boyce, Burke. Cloak of folly. N.Y., Harper, 1949. 
About the authorship of Shakespeare's plays. Earl of Oxford. 

1533-1550 

Brent-Dyer, Elinor M. Elisabeth the Gallant. London, Thornton Butter- 
worth, 1935. 
Tudor England. The early life of Elizabeth. 

1491-1547 

Buchan, John. Blanket of the dark. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1931. 
Background of Tudor England. 

1333-1354 

*Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. Rienzi, the last of the Tribunes. N.Y*, Button, 

n.d. 
Fight for Italian freedom and unity; Renaissance. 

1588-1642 

Caldwell, Taylor. Arm and the darkness. N.Y., Scribner, 1943. 
Cardinal Richelieu, and the Huguenot struggle. Mature. 

1547-1575 

*Cervantes, S. M. de. Don Quixota de La Mancha. Boston, Little, 
Brown, 1939. 

A satire on Chivalry. Reveals the social life of Spain. 

1412-1431 

*Clemens, S. L. (Mark Twain. ) Personal recollections of Joan of Arc. 

N.Y., Harper, 1896. 
Hundred Years' War. 

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1573-1575 

*fCoblentz, Catherine C. Beggars' Penny. N.Y., Longmans, 1943. 
Netherlands struggle for freedom. Siege of Leyden. 

1619-1630 

Coblentz, Catherine C. Bells of Leyden sing. N.Y., Longmans, 1944. 
English exiles on their way to America. 

1400-1600 

Colum, Padraic. The Voyagers; being legends and romances of Atlantic 

discovery. N.Y., Macmillan, 1925. 
Good background for the age of exploration and discovery. 

1603-1620 

Costain, Thomas B. For my great folly. N.Y., Putnam, 1942. 
English piracy in the Mediterranean during the reign of James I. 
Mature. 

1436-1448 

Costain, T. B. The Moneyman. N.Y., Button, 1947. 
Jacques Coeur, and his service to Charles VII of France. Mature. 

1480-1486 

*Cottler, Joseph. Man with wings, the story of Leonardo da Vinci. 

Boston, Little, Brown, 1942. 
Renaissance in Italy. 

1556-1598 

Crawford, F. M. In the Palace of the King. N.Y., Macmillan, n.d. 
Spain; Philip II and Don Juan. 

1560-1600 

fCrew, Helen C. Shawl with silver bells. N.Y., Macmillan, 1932. 
Life in Elizabethan England. 

1560-1570 

Dakes, Elaine K. Parcel of rogues. N.Y., Rinehart, 1948. 
Mary, Queen of Scots. 

1533-1581 

*Daniel, Hawthorne. Broken dykes. N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 

The Siege of Leyden. The Dutch Republic under the leadership of 
William of Orange. 

1539-1545 

Daniel, Hawthorne. In the favour of the King. Garden City, N.Y., 

Doubleday, Page, 1922. 

Spain at the height of her glory ; Charles V. of Spain ; Francis I of 
France. 

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1480-1500 

f Daniel, Hawthorne. The Red rose of Dunmore. N.Y., Macmillan, 1928. 
Bosworth Field; Richard III. 

1400-1500 

Daniel, Hawthorne. The shadow of the sword. N.Y., Macmillan, 1930. 
France and England in the Hundred Years' War. Charles VII of 
France. 

1615-1620 

fDaringer, Helen F. Debbie of the green gate. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 

1950. 
Pilgrims in Holland before they sailed for the New World. 

1600-1610 

fDaringer, Helen F. Pilgrim Kate. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1949. 
Pilgrims in England before they left to seek freedom. 

1517-1521 

*Davis, W. S. The Friar of Wittenberg. N.Y., Macmillan, 1912. 
Reformation and the religious wars ; Luther. 

1544*1584 

Dekker, Maurits. Beggars Revolt; tr. fr. the Dutch. N.Y., Doubleday, 

Doran, 1938. 

Battles of St. Quentin, and Gravelines. Dutch revolt under William of 
Orange. 

1450-1455 

*Donauer, Freidrich. The long defense; tr. from German. N.Y., Long- 
mans, Green, 1931. 

The last stand of the Eastern Empire against Saracen hordes. Fall of 
Constantinople. 

1625-1630 

Dumas, Alexander. The Three musketeers. N.Y., Dutton, n.d. 
Richelieu. 

1428-1471 

Edmonston, C. M., and Hyde, M. L, F. The ragged staff. N.Y., Long- 
mans, Green, 1932. 
The York and the Lancaster period. 

1537-1554 

Eyre, Katherine W. Another spring. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 194 

Story of Lady Jane Grey, and the English throne. 
1428-1431 
Fadiman, Edwin Jr. Voice and the light. N.Y., Crown, 1949. 

Story of Jeanne of Arc. 

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1558-1603 

Farnol, Jeffery. A Jade of destiny. Boston, Little, Brown, 1931. 
Life in the reign of Queen Elizabeth of England. 

1480-1500 

fField, Kathleen. Yellow bird. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1930. 
Spain in the days of Columbus. 

1574-1616 

*Frank, Bruno. A man called Cervantes. N.Y., Viking, 1935. 
Biog. Fict. Throws light on the social life in Spain. Mature. 

1566-1625 

Freemantle, Anne. James and Joan. Boston, Holt, 1948. 
Early life of James who became James I of England. 

1547-1553 

fGibson, Katharine. The oak tree house. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1936. 
The England of Edward the Sixth. 

1580-1603 

f Gordon, Patricia. Romany luck. N.Y., Viking, 1946. 
Gypsy life during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. 

1558-1603 

*Goudge, Elizabeth. Towers in the mist. N.Y., Coward, McCann, 1938. 
Intellectual life in Oxford during the reign of Elizabeth. 

1609-1620 

Hahn, Emily. Raffles of Singapore. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
British Colonial policy. East India Co. Founding of Singapore. 

1492-1540 

*Harmon, Seth and Shumway, H. I. Sons of the Admiral. Boston, Page, 

1940. 
Story of Diego, and Ferdinando Columbus. 

1564-1642 

Harsany, Z. The star-gazer, tr. from the Hungarian. N.Y., Putnam, 

1939. 
Life and time af Galileo. 

1530-1554 

Harwood, Alice. Lily and the leopards. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 

1949. * 
Lady Jane Grey, and the English throne. Mature. 

1483-1490 

Harwood, Alice. Merchant of the Ruby. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 

1950. 
Tudor England. Mature. 

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1539-1550 

Hersch, Virginia. Seven cities of gold. N.Y., Duel Sloan, 1946. 
Spanish exploration in America. Coronado's search for the cities of 
Cibola. 

1450-1500 

*Hewes, A. D. Spice and the Demi's cave. N.Y., Knopf, 1930. 
All-sea route to the spice of India. Rivalry of Portugal and Venice. 
Vasco da Gama. 

1558-1603 

Heyer, Georgette. Beawuallet. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1930. 
Story of Drake and the Armada. English corsairs of Elizabeth. 

1475-1497 

fHoftnann, Melita. Pearls of Ferrara. N.Y., Dutton, 1943. 

Story of Isabella, and Beatrice d'Este, and the Italy of their time. 

1587-1600 

fHolland, R. S. The boy who lived on London Bridge. Philadelphia 

Macrae-Smith, 1938. 
The Spanish Armada. 

1570-1590 

*fHolland, R. S. Drake's lad. N.Y., Century, 1929. 
Adventures of a lad who sailed with Drake. 

1482 

*Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame de Paris. N.Y., Routledge, 1889. 
Medieval Paris and Renaissance ; Gothic architecture. 

1493-1515 

Ibanez, V. B. Unknown lands; the story of Colwmbus. N.Y., Dutton, 
1929. 

Spain in the New World ; age of discovery and exploration. 
1533-1560 
Irwin, Margaret E. F. Young Bess. N.Y., Harcourt, 1944. 

Early life of Queen Elizabeth. 

1492 

Johnston, Mary. 1492. Boston, Little, Brown, 1922. 

Exploration and discovery sponsored by Spain; Ferdinand and Isa- 
bella; the New World. 

1455-1465 

KeUand, C. B. Merchant of valor. N.Y., Harper, 1947. ' 
Wars of the Medici. 

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1555-1589 

fKelly, E. P. At the sign of the golden compass. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 
Christopher Plantin, and the development of printing. 

1490-1500 

Kelly, E. P. From star to star. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1944. 
Life of Copernicus. 

1400-1500 

*Kelly, E. P. The Trumpeter of Krakow. N.Y., Macmillan, 1928. 
History and social life of 15th-century Poland. Awarded the John 
Newberry Medal for the best children's book of 1928. 

1519-1530 

f Kent, Louise A. He went with Magellan. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1943. 
Portugal exploration in the new world. 

1499-1524 

f Kent, Mrs. Louise A. He went with Vasco da Gamma. Boston, Hough- 
ton, Mifflin, 1938. 
The Portugese discoveries in the new world, and India. 

1469-1490 

Kesten, Hermann. Ferdinand and Isabella. N.Y., Wyn, 1946. 
A fictionized biography. 

1565-1579 

fKiely, Mary. O'Donel of destiny. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1939. 
The condition of Ireland during the reign of Elizabeth. 

1533-1553 

King, Marian. Elizabeth the Tudor Princess. N.Y., Stokes, 1940. 
Youth of Queen Elizabeth. 

1574-1590 

King-Hall, Magdalen. Sturdy rogue. Philadelphia, Winston, 1945. 
Period of the Spanish Armada. 

1575-1588 

*Kingsley, Charles. Westward Ho I Princeton Univ. Press, 1937. 
Rivalry of Spain and England in exploration. 

1572 

Knowles, M. W. Henry of Navarre; a romance of August, 1572. N.Y., 

Putnam, 1908. 
Massacre of St. Bartholomew; Henry of Navarre. 

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1400-1500 

*fKyle, Anne D. The apprentice of Florence. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1933. 
Renaissance Florence, its art, and geographic discoveries. 

1600-1616 

Lawrence, Isabelle. Two for the show. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 

1949. 
Shakespeare's England. 

1575-1615 

Leslie, D. O. Wreath for Arabella. N.Y., Roy, 1949. 

Elizabethan and Jacobean. Problem of succession. Mature. 

1440-1460 

*Lindsay, Philip. London Bridge is falling. Boston, Little, Brown, 1934. 
Social and economic life in London in the 15th century. 

1565-1600 

Lindsay, Philip. The Knights at bay. N.Y., Loring & Mussey, 1935, 
The Knights Hospitallers, and their war against the Turks. 

1568-1618 

Lofts, Norah. Here was a man. N.Y., Knopf, 1936. 
A story of Sir Walter Raleigh, his voyages and his discoveries. 

1618-1648 

Lons, Hermann. Harm Wulf; tr. from German. N.Y., Minton, Balch, 

1931. 
"Reconstructs the grim days of the Thirty Years' War/' 

1400-1431 

*fLownsbery, Eloise. The Boy knight of Reims. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin, 1927. 

The Hundred Years' War; Joan of Arc, 
1506-1536 

Lownsbery, Eloise. Lighting the torch. N.Y., Longmans/Green, 1934. 

Renaissance France the art, literature, and diffusion of knowledge, 
Erasmus, 

1500-1550 

Lownsbery, Eloise. Out of the flame, N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1931, 

Story of life in France. Frangois I and Charles V. 
1620-50 
Maas, Edgar. World and Paradise. N.Y., Scribner, 1950. 

Thirty Years' War. Protestant Revolution. Mature. 

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1462 

McCarthy, J. H. // 1 were King. London, W. Heinemann, 1902. 
Fran9ois Villon. 

1400?-1468 

*f McMurtie, D. C. Wings for words. Chicago, Rand-McNally, 1940. 
Story of Gutenberg, and printing. 

1471-1510 

f McNeer, May Y. Waif maid. N.Y., Macmillan, 1930. 
Germany in the time of Durer. 

1512-1517 

Major, Charles. When knighthood was in flower. N.Y., Grosset & Duri- 

lap, 1922. 

England in the time of Henry VIII, just before and after the marriage 
of Henry's sister, Mary, to Louis of France. 

1574-1600 

f Marshall, Rosamond Van Der Z. None but the brave. Boston, Hough- 
ton, 1942. 
Story of the Sea Beggars. Netherlands struggle for freedom. 

1564-1582 

*fMartin, Mrs. George (Madden). A Warwickshire lad. N.Y., Apple- 
ton, 1916. 
Elizabethan England; Shakespeare's boyhood. 

1588-1603 

Mason, A. E. W. Fire over England. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1936. 
Spanish Armada. 

1494-1520 

*Merejkowski, Dmitri. The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci. N.Y., Put- 
nam, n.d. tr. from Russian. 

Gives a good idea of the Renaissance spirit in Italy ; Art in Italy dur- 
ing the Renaissance. 

1517-1607 

*Michelson, Miriam. Petticoat King. N.Y., McBride, 1929. 
Life in Queen Elizabeth's day. 

1599-1664 

Mottram, R. H. Traders dream. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1939. 
History of the East India Company. 

1547-1616 

Newcomb, Covelle. Vagabond in velvet. N.Y., Langmans, 1942. 
Story of Cervantes. 

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1565-1579 

fNolan, Jeannette C. Red Hugh of Ireland. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 
Ireland during the reign of Elizabeth. 

1542-1587 

tNolan, Jeannette C. The Young Douglas. N.Y., McBride, 1934. 
A story of Mary, Queen of Scots. 

1473-1513 

Oliver, Jane. Mine is the kingdom. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1937. 
Scotland during the reign of James VI. 

1450-1471 

*Oman, Carola. Crouchback. N.Y., Holt, 1929. 
War of the Roses; Warwick; Richard. 

1420-1431 

*f Paine, A. B. The Girl in white armor; the true story of Joan of Arc. 

N.Y., Macmillan, 1927. 
Hundred Years' War. 

1400-1500 

Powers, Anne. The gallant years. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1946. 
Rivalry of native chiefs in Ireland, and invasion by the English. 

1462-1478 

*Reade, Charles. The Cloister and the Hearth. N.Y., Crowell, 1922. 
Conditions in Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, especially Rome, 
during the Renaissance. 

1550-1600 

fRogers, Cameron. Drake's quest. N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 1927. 
Elizabethan England; discovery and exploration; Spanish Main, 

1490-1517 

*Sabatini, Rafael. The Banner of the Bull. N.Y., Houghton Mifflin, 1923, 
Life of Cesare Borgia. 

1527-1580 

Sabatini, Rafael. The sword of Islam. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1939. 

The Moslem world. Genoa, and her relations with the Turks. 
15th Cent. 
Schoonover, L. L. Burnished blade. N.Y., Macmillan, 1948. 

Charles VI of France. Life in Europe and the Orient of the time. 
1567^1568 
*Scott, Sir Walter. The Abbot. N.Y., Crowell, n.d. 

Mary Queen of Scots. 

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1558-1575 

Scott, Sir Walter. Kenilworth. Philadelphia, W. McKay, 1920. 
Period of the Renaissance; Elizabeth, Raleigh, Leicester, Shakespeare. 

1468 

*Scott, Sir Walter. Quentin Durward. N.Y., Scribner, 1923. 
Feudalism and Age of Chivalry; Louis XI and Charles the Bold. 

1533-1603 

fSeth-Smith, E. K. Vagabonds. Boston, Houghton, 1946. 
Social life in Elizabethan England. 

1515-1530 

Shellabarger, Samuel. King's Cavalier. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 
Francis I, and French intrigue. Mature. 

1580-1600 

Smith, Freelove, Trading East. Little Brown, 1930. 
A story based on Hakluyt's voyages to Russia, Turkeman, and Persia. 

1640-1680 

fSterne, Emma G. Miranda is a Princess. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1937. 
Catalonia during the reign of Philip IV. 

1455-1461 

^Stevenson, R, L. The Black arrow. N.Y., Scribner, 1905. 
Wars of the Roses ; Henry VI ; Lollards. 

1625-1649 

*Stratton, Clarence. Robert the Roundhead. London, Oxford Univ. 

Press, 1930. 
Cavaliers and Roundheads. Charles I. 

1491-1500 

f Strawn, Arthur. The road to Granada. N.Y., Brewer, Warren & Put- 
nam, 1931. 
"A story of adventure in the days of the Moorish Wars in Spain." 

1400-1500 

Trease, Geoffrey. Secret fiord. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1950. 
Hanseatic League. 

1500-1550 

*fTrease, Geoffrey. Shadow of the Hawk. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1940, 
Renaissance Italy. Age of Erasmus. 

1496-1560 

fVan Loon, H. W. Gustaf L Vasa, N.Y., Dodd, 1945. 
Fict. Biog. of King of Sweden. 

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1500-1558 

*fVarble, Rachel M. Beatrice the brave. Boston, Little, Brown, 1934. 
The condition of the Netherlands during the reign of Charles V of the 
Holy Roman Empire. 

1565-1579 

Walsh, Maurice. Blackcock's feather. N.Y., Grosset, 1934. 
The campaign against the Irish during the reign of Elizabeth. 

1629-1640 

Watkins, Tudur. Spanish galleon. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1947. 
Piracy during the Elizabethan period. 

1567-1578 

Westcott, Jan V. The Border Lord. N.Y., Crown, 1946. 

Conditions in Scotland. James Stuart. Lord Bothwell. Mature. 

1624-1650 

Weyman, S. J. Under the red robe. New ed. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 

1939. 
France; Richelieu. 

1542-1587 

Whedright, J. H. The strong room. N.Y., Scribner, 1948. 
Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots. 

1524-1535 

fWilliams, Jay. The sword and the scythe. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 

1947. 
Uprising of the peasants in Germany. Peasants War. 

1520-1537 

Zara, Louis. Against this rock. N.Y,, Creative Age Press, 1943. 
Fictionized biography of Karl V. of Germany. Luther. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Anthony, I. W. Raleigh and his world. N.Y., Scribner, 1934. 

An interesting picture of life in the Elizabethan Age. 
Bainton, R. H. Here I stand. Nashville, Abingdon-Cokesbury, 1950. 

Biog. of Martin Luther, and the Protestant Revolution. 
Baker, Nina B. William the Sttent. N.Y., Vanguard, 1947. 

Freedom of the Netherlands from Spanish rule. 

*fBanks, H. W.' The Boy's Motley, or The Rise of the Dutch Republic. N.Y., 
Stokes, 1914. 

Attractive account. 

tBarnard, Mrs. E. F., and Tall, L. L. How the old world found the new. Boston, 
Ginn, 1929. 

Early exploration; age of exploration and discovery. 
fBassett, S. W. The Story of Vasco da Gama. Philadelphia. Perm Pub. Co., 1927. 

Early explorations of Portugal. 

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Belloc, Hilaire. Characters of the Reformation. N.Y., Sheed & Ward, 1937. 

A biographical account of the leaders in the Reformation in various countries 

of Europe. Catholic point-of-view. 
Belloc, Hilaire. Cromwell. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1934. 

From the Catholic point-of-view. For the mature student. 
Belloc, Hilaire. Richelieu. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1929. 

"The Cardinal as a builder of French nationalism." 
Binyon, Sir Laurence. Akbar. London, Davies, 1935. 

Life of the conqueror of India. 
*Buchan, John. Oliver Cromwell. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1934. 

Makes the character and actions of Cromwell understandable. For the mature 

student. 

*Byrne, M. St. C. Elizabethan life in town and country. Illus. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin, 1926. 

For the mature pupil. 
Claremont, Mrs. Francesca. Catherine of Aragon. London, Hale, 1939. 

A sympathetic biography. For the mature student. 
Clayton, Joseph. Luther and his work. Milwaukee, Wis., Bruce, 1937. 

Luther, and the Reformation movement 
Collison-Morley, L. The story of the Sforjsas. N.Y., Dutton, 1934. 

The Renaissance in Italy. Political life in Milan. 
fCriss, Mildred. Isabella, young queen of Spain. N.Y., Dodd, 1941. 
fCriss, Mrs. Mildred. Mary Stuart, young Queen of Scots. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 
1939. 

The early life of the Queen is stressed. A sympathetic account 
*Davis, W. S. Life in Elizabethan days. Illus. N.Y., Harper, 1930. 

Very interesting and well selected material. Also useful for English literature 

background. 
fDuvoisin, Roger. They put out to sea. N.Y.. Knopf, 1943. 

Story of the map. Early beginnings of exploration. 
Eckardt, Hans von. Ivan the Terrible. N.Y., Knopf, 1949. 

The man, and Russia of the time. 

*Fedden, Katharine W. Manor life in old France. N.Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 
1933. 

Daily life as revealed by an old journal. Family, servants amusements, food, 

buildings. For the mature student. 
*Finger, C. J. Heroes from Hakluyt. Illus. N.Y., Holt, 1928. 

English sea power during the Elizabethan period. Spanish Armada, Drake, 

Hawkins, Raleigh. 
*fGable, J. H. Boys' book of exploration. N.Y., Dutton, 1930. 

Stories of the exploration of the world. 

fGrierson, E. W. Tales of Scottish keeps and castles for young people. London, 
A. & C. Black, 1928. 

James II of Scotland. Tales of Scotland. 
*fHare, Christopher. The story of Bayard. Illus. N.Y., Dutton, n.d. 

Tells about the good knight without fear and without reproach. Good picture 

of the social life and thought of the time. 
Hart, H. H. Sea road to the Indies. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 

Portuguese navigators. Vasco da Gama. 

Hartley, Dorothy, and Elliot, M. M. Life and work of the people of England. 
Fifteenth century. N.Y., Putnam, 1926. 

Pictorial record from contemporary sources. 

Hartley, Dorothy, and Elliot, M. M. Life and work of the people of England. 
Sixteenth century N.Y., Putnam, 1926. 

A pictorial record irom contemporary sources.' 
Hudson, W. H. The Story of the Renaissance. London, Harrap & Co., n.d. 

The origin, nature, interrelations and effects of the Renaissance. 
Hurst, Quentin, Henry of Navarre. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1938. 

Conditions in France during the 16th century. 
Innes, A, D. England under the Tudors. Ninth edition. N.Y., Putnam, 1929. 

For the mature pupil. 

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*Irving, Washington. The Alhambra. N.Y., Macmillan, 1921. 

The Moors in Spain. For both junior and senior high. 
Irving, Washington. The Conquest of Granada. N.Y., Dutton, n.d. 

The development of Spain. 

*Kerr, A. B. Jacques Coeur, Merchant of the Middle Ages. N.Y., Scribner, 1927. 
A good picture of the close of the Middle Ages, and the business and industry 

of the time. The stress is on economic factors. For the mature student. 
*tLucas, Mary S. Vast horizons. N.Y., Viking, 1943. 

Search for the trade routes to India, From Marco Polo to the Crusades. 
*Maas, Edgar. The dream of Philip II. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1944. 

A sympathetic picture of the man, and the Spain of his day. Mature. 
McGiffert, A. C. Martin Luther the man and his work. N.Y., Century, 1910. 

Reformation. 
McGuckin, Mrs. Mildred C. Mary Stuart, young Queen of Scots. N.Y., Dodd, 

Mead, 1939. 

Gives a vivid picture of the intrigue of the time. 
Marcu, Valeriu. Accent on Power. The life and times of Machiavelli. N.Y., Farrar 

& Rinehart, 1939. 

Machiavelli as he expressed the spirit of his age. For the mature student. 
*Marcuse, Ludwig. Soldier of the Church. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1939. 

The life and services of Ignatius Loyola. 
Merriman, R. B. Suleiman the Magnificent. Harvard Univ. Press, 1944. 

Progress made by the Turks. Mature. 

*Mills, Dorothy. Renaissance and Reformation times. N.Y., Putnam, 1939. 
Makes clear and understandable the two complex periods of history. 
Written in a simple manner. Suitable for junior and senior high schools. 
Morison, S. E. Admiral of the ocean. Boston, Little, Brown, 1942. 

Life of Columbus. 
Muir, Mrs. Dorothy E. Machiavelli and his times. N.Y., Dutton, 1936. 

Stresses the personalities, and movements of the time. Savonarola, The Medicis. 
Neale, J. E. Queen Elizabeth. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1934. 
Plunket, I. A. L. Daily life in Tudor times. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1935. 
Attempts to give an impartial account of the Elizabethan period. 
Social life of the times. For the mature student. 
*tQuennell, Mar j one, and Quennell, C. H. B. A history of everyday things in 

England. Second Part. (1500-1799). N.Y., Scribner, n.d. 
*Sanceau, Elaine. Henry the Navigator. N.Y., Norton, 1947. 

Portugal during the period of exploration. 
*Sanceau, Elaine. Land of Prester John. N.Y., Knopf, 1944. 

Portugese exploration, and relations with Abyssinia. Mature, 
Sargent, Daniel. Thomas More. N.Y., Sheed & Ward, 1933. 
A sympathetic portrayal of the life and character of an outstanding personality 

in the reign of Henry the Eighth. 
*Schevffl, Ferdinand. The Medici. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1949. 

Description and evaluation of the period. Mature. 
Sedgwick, H. D. Ignatius Loyola. N.Y., Macmillan; 1923. 

"An attempt at an impartial biography." 
Seebohm, Frederic. The Era of the Protestant Revolution. 2nd edition. N.Y., 

Scribner, n.d. 

Well-organized background material for the mature pupil. 
tShore, Maxine & Oblinger, Milo M. Hera of Darien. N.Y., Longmans, 1941. 

Spanish exploration in America. Balboa. 
Sichel, Edith. The Renaissance. (Home University Library.) N.Y,, Holt, n.d. 

Gives the significance of the movement 
Simpson, Helen. Henry VIII. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1934. 

The stress is on the political problems of the timie. 
fSondergaard, Arsena, They went exploring. N.Y., Harper, 1942. 

Early exploration, and geographic discovery. 

*Stephenson, H. T. The Elizabethan people. Illus. N.Y., Holt, 1910. 
Fine background material for the social life of the time. 

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*Symonds, J. A. A Short history of the Renaissance in Italy. N.Y., Holt, n.d. 

Material in a form simple enough for the mature high school pupil. 
Waldman, Milton. England's Elisabeth. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1933. 

A consideration of the first thirty years of her reign. 
Walsh, W. T. Philip II. N.Y., Sheed & Ward, 1937. 

Reconstructs Spain at the height of her glory. 
Watson, Francis. Wallenstein. N.Y., Appleton- Century, 1938. 

A life of the German military leader in the Thirty Years' War. 
Wedgwood, Cicely V. Willfam the Silent. Yale Univ. Press, 1944. 

Netherlands struggle for independence. Mature. 
White, Olive B. The King's good servant. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 

Sir Thomas More, and Henry the Eighth. 
*Wilson, J. D. Through Elizabethan eyes. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1939. 

Abridged for junior readers. 
Yoe, Margaret The greatest of the Borgias. Milwaukee, Wis. Bruce, 1936. 

The life of Saint Francis, and his contribution to the work of the Society of 

Jesus. 
*Zweig, Stefan. Conqueror of the seas; the story of Magellan. N.Y., Viking, 1938. 

A fictionized biography. 
Zweig, Stefan, Erasmus of Rotterdam. N.Y., Viking, 1934. 

The contribution of Erasmus to Humanism. For the mature student. 
tZeitlin, Ida. Gessar Khan. N.Y., Doran, 1927. 

Mongolian invasion of Europe. 1273 1500. 

IV. ABSOLUTISM AND THE STRUGGLE FOR COLONIAL 
AND COMMERCIAL SUPREMACY, 1643-1786 

STORIES 
1650*1652 

Adams, Katharine. Thistle Inn. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 
Prince Charles seeking refuge in Scotland. 

1745-1786 

Almedigen, Martha E. von. Young^ Catherine. N.Y., Stokes, 1938. 
The life and character of Catherine the Great of Russia. A good pic- 
ture of Russia of the time. 

1642-1652 

*Bentley, Phyllis E. The power and the glory. N.Y., Macmillan, 1940. 
The effect of the Puritan revolution on the weaving trade. The eco- 
nomic aspects. Cromwell, Charles I. 

1685-1688 

*Besant, Sir Walter. For faith and freedom. N.Y., Harper, 1888. 
Puritans in the reign of James II ; Puritan Reformation and religious 
wars. 

1685-1688 

Blackmore, R. D. Lorna Doone. Philadelphia, G. W. Jacobs & Co., n.d. 
Reign of James II. 

1700-1721 

Bowen, Marjorie (pseud.). Kings-at-anns. NY., Button, 1919. 
Charles XII of Sweden and Peter the Great 

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1750-1760 

Broster, Dorothy K. The flight of the Heron. N.Y., Coward, McCann, 

1930. 
"Bonnie Prince Charlie/' The Jacobites. 

1750-1760 

Broster, Dorothy K. The gleam in the North. N.Y., Coward, McCann, 

1931. 
The Highlanders of Scotland support the Stuarts. 

1744-1750 

fCampbell, Harriette R. The piper's lad. N.Y., Harper, 1931. 
Stuart Pretenders to the Crown of England. 

1744-1780 

f Cormack, Maribelle & Alexander, W. P. Last clash of the Claymores. 

N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1940. 
Scotland and Prince Charles. 

1798-1815 

*Craik, Mrs. D. M. (Muloch), John Halifax, gentleman. N.Y., Harper, 

n.d. 

Early years of the Industrial Revolution ; introduction of steam ma- 
chinery. 

1750-1774 

*fDalgliesh, Alice. Book for Jennifer. N.Y., Scribner, 1940. 
Literary England. Newberry. Goldsmith. Johnson. 

1775-1780 

Dickens, Charles. Barnaby Rudge. N.Y., Macmillan, n.d. 
Reign of George III; No-Popery riots of 1780. 

1640-1660 

*fDix, B. M. Hugh Gwyeth. N.Y., Macmillan, 1923. (New edition.) 
England, Cavalier and Roundhead. 

1655 

fDix, B. M. Little captive lad. N.Y., Macmillan, 1902. 
Seventeenth century England. Cavalier and Roundhead. 

1640-1658 

fDix, B. M. Merrylips. Macmillan, 1925. 

England during the Puritan Revolution; Cromwell. 
1664-1690 
Doyle, A. Conan. Micah Clarke. N.Y., Harper, 1922. 

Monmouth's Rebellion. (This is an attractive edition.) 

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1685-1715 

*Doyle, A. Conan. Refugees. London, Nelson, 1937. 
The Huguenots in France, and their flight to America. 

1600-1700 

Dulles, F. R. Eastward ho! Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1931. 
British East India Company in the 17th century. 

1672-1675 

*Dumas, Alexandre. The Black tulip. Boston, Little, Brown, n.d. 
William of Orange. 

1650-1662 

Fletcher, Inglis C. Bennett's welcome. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1950. 
The England of Cromwell, and Charles II. 

1643-1650 

Fuller, Edmund. John Milton. N.Y., Harper, 1944. 
Cromwell, and the Commonwealth period. 

1760-1780 

fGottschalk, Fruma K. Youngest general N.Y., Knopf, 1949. 
Fict. Biog. of Lafayette's childhood, and young manhood. 

1747-1790 

*fGordon, Patricia. Boy Jones. N.Y., Viking, 1943. 
Youth of John Paul Jones. 

1726-1802 

Grantham, A. E. Rococo. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1939. 

The life and times of Prince Henry of Prussia. The growth of Hohen- 
zollern power. 

1740-1790 

*Green, Anne. Silent Duchess. N.Y., Harper, 1939. 
France before the Revolution. 

1649-1658 

*fHawes, C. B. The Dark frigate. Boston, Atlantic Monthly Press, 1923. 
Days of Cromwell. 

1668-1670 

*Heyer, Georgette. The Great Roxhythe. Boston, Small, Maynard Co., 

1923. 
Foreign policy of Charles II. His dealings with Louis XIV. Colbert. 

1651-1652 

Heyer, Georgette. Royal escape. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1939. 
Charles II, and Cromwell. The battle of Worchester. 

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1642-1682 

Irwin, Margaret E. F. Stranger Prince. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1937. 
Civil War in England. Battle of Marston Moor. The part played by 
Prince Rupert of the Rhine. Cromwell, 

1685-1688 

*John, Ivan. Crippled splendor. N.Y., Button, 1938. 
A story of the life of James Stuart. 

1762-1796 

Kaus, Gina. Catherine, the portrait of an Empress. N.Y., Viking, 1935. 
Catherine of Russia. The political intrigues of the Court. For the 
mature student. 

16604664 

tLederer, Mrs. Charlotte. The eagle's quest. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

1939. 
Rakoczy, and his attempt to free Hungary from Austria. 

1630-1685 

LeGallienne, Richard. There was a ship. Garden City, N.Y., Double- 
day, Doran, 1930. 
Seafaring life in the reign of Charles II. 

1760-1780 

Maas, Edgar. Queen's physician. Garden City, N.Y., Sun Dial Press 

1948. 
Rise to power of Christian VII of Denmark. Mature. 

1649 

*fMacDonald, George. St. George and St. Michael. Philadelphia, David 

McKay Co., n.d. 
Puritan Revolution ; Reformation and religious wars. 

1741-1750 

fMcDonald, Lucile S. Bering's potlatch. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 

1944. 
Russia in Alaska. 

1750-1770 

Mclntyre, J. T. Stained sails. N.Y., Stokes, 1928. 
English ships and sailors in the early 18th century. The early life of 
John Paul Jones. 

1680-1700 

fMcNeil, Everett. Tonty of the iron hand. N.Y,, Dutton, 1926, 
France and England in America; LaSalle. 

1634*1680 

f Marsh, Janet A. 'Prentice in old London. Boston, Houghton, 194L 
Guflds. 

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1685 

*f Masefield, John. Martin Hyde; the Duke's messenger. Boston, Little, 

Brown, 1910. 
Duke of Monmouth and James II. 

1600-1700 

Mason, A. E. W. Konigsmark. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1939. 
Petty German States and their politics in the seventeenth century. 

1745-1780 

*Murray, D. L. Commander of the Mist. N.Y., Knopf, 1938. 
The Stuart Pretenders to the British crown. 

1674-1696 

Porter, Jane. Thaddeus of Warsaw. Chicago, Donahue & Co., n.d. 
John Sobieski; attempts to free Poland. 

1642-1643 

*fQuiller-Couch, A. T. The Splendid spur. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

1936. 
Well illustrated and attractive account of the time of Charles I. 

1685-1689 

Sabatini, Rafael. Fortune's fool. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1923. 
Monmouth's rebellion ; events that led up to the "glorious revolution" 
in England. 

1710-1730 

Sabatini, Rafael. Gamester. Boston, Houghton, 1949. 
Financial conditions in France. John Law. Mature. 

1630-1658 

fSavery, Constance. Emeralds for the King. N.Y., Longmans, 1945. 
Puritan Revolution. Roundheads, and Royalists. 

1756-1763 

fSeawell, M. E. Lively adventures of Gavin Hamilton. N.Y., Harper, 
Seven years' war; Frederick the Great; Maria Theresa. 

1740-1750 

Sheean, Vincent. A day of battle. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1938. 
The Battle of Fontenoy. Marshal de Saxe. For the mature student. 

1647 

Sieniewicz, Henryk. With fire and sword. Boston, Little, Brown, 1890. 
Revolt of Ukraine Cossacks. 

1710-1729 

Stong, P. D. Marta of Muscovy. N.Y., Doubleday, 1945. 
Catherine I of Russia. 

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1754-1737 

*fStrang, Herbert. In Clive's command. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill 

Co., 1906. 
England and France in India; battle of Plassey. 

1688-1700 

fTrease, Geoffrey. Trumpets in the West. N.Y., Harcourt, 1947. 
Uprising of Monmouth. James II. 

1728-1779 

Vandercook, J. W. Great sailor. N.Y., Dial, 1951. 
Life, and voyages of Captain James Cook. 

1702-1714 

Weyman, S. J. Queen's jolly. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1925. 
Queen Anne. 

1688-1750 

White, Helen C. To the end of the world. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 
The Abbey of Cluny in France, and its influence in the religious life 
of the country. 

1716-1717 

Yoe, Margaret. A King of shadows. N.Y., Macmillan, 1929. 
Religions and political conditions. The rise of the Jesuits. Loyola. 

1603-1650 

*Yonge, C. M. Two penniless princesses, intro. and ed. by Elizabeth 

McCracken, N.Y., Macmillan, 1931. 
The children of James I of Scotland. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

*Ashton, John. Social life in the reign of Queen Anne. London, Chatto & Windus, 
1906. 

England, 1702-14. 
Bain, R. N. Charles XH. (Heroes of the Nations.) N.Y., Putnam, n.d. 

Rivalry of Sweden and Russia, 

fBaker, Nina B. Peter the Great. N.Y., Vanguard Press, 1943. 
A simple account. 

Beard, Charles. The Industrial Revolution. 2nd edition. London, George Allen 

& Co., 1911. 
What the industrial revolution was and its effects on English life are given 

in compact form, 
Belloc, Hilaire. Charles the First. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1933. 

The Stuart dynasty, from the Royalist point-of-view. 
Belloc, Hilaire. Louis XIV. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 

Interesting account of an important era in French history. 
*Bryant, Arthur. The England of Charles II. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1935. 

A reconstruction of the social and economic life of the time. 
*Bryant, Arthur. Samuel Pepys. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 

Enables us to see the England of that time through the eyes of an observer 
and commentator. 

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Coate, Mary. Social life in Stuart England. N.Y., Appleton, 1924. 
*Davies, A. M. Olive of Plassey. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 

The expansion of England in India. Gives a good portrait of the British 
empire builder. 

Frischauer, Paul. Prince Eugene. N.Y., Morrow, 1935. 

Interesting account of the colorful career of an outstanding Austrian general, 
and his influence in foreign affairs. For the mature student. 

*Goldsmith, Margaret Maria Theresa of Austria. London, Barker, 1936. 

The political and social conditions in Austria of that period. A sympathetic 

picture of the great Queen. For the mature student 
Gooch, G. P. Frederick the Great. N.Y., Knopf, 1947. 

"Character study of man who made Prussia a force." Mature. 

Goodhue, Cornelia. Journey into fog. N.Y., Doubleday, 1944. 
Behring, and his explorations in Siberia and Alaska. 

Hartley, Dorothy, and Elliot, M. M. Life and work of the people of England. 

Seventeenth century. N.Y., Putnam, 1929. 
"Pictorial record from contemporary sources." 

Hartley, Dorothy, and Elliot, M. M. Life and work of the people of England. 

Eighteenth century. N.Y., Putnam, 1931. 
"Pictorial record from contemporary sources." 

Hassall, Arthur. Louis XIV and the zenith of the French monarchy. N.Y., Putnam, 
1895. 

*fLang, Andrew. Tartan tales, ed. by Bertha L. Guntennan. N.Y., Longmans, 

Green, 1928. 

Tales of Scotland during the times of Charles II. 16901715; Jacobites in 
England and Scotland. 

fMcNeer, May Y. & Ward, Lynd. John Wesley. Nashville, Abingdon-Cokesbury, 

1951. 
Life story of the founder of Methodism. 

Morris, Constance L. Maria Theresa. N.Y., Knopf, 1937. 
The policies, and problems of Austria during the reign of Maria Theresa. 

*Pepys, Samuel. Everybody's Pepys. The diary of Samuel Pepys, 1660-1669 
. abridged and edited by O. F. Morshead, N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1926. 
Social life in the reign of Queen Anne. 

*Reddaway, W. F. Frederick the Great and the rise of Prussia. New Edition 
Revised. N.Y., Putnam, 1925. 

*tRoss, Estelle. Oliver Cromwell N.Y., Stokes, 1915. Simple, interesting account; 
1599-1655. 

*Synge, M. B. A Short history of Social life in England. N.Y., A. S. Barnes, 1906. 
Short interesting sketches of social life from the earliest times through the 
reign of Victoria, good for period, 1642-1660. 

*Turberville, A. S. English men and manners in the eighteenth century. Illus. 

Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1926, 
Reconstructs the life in the 18th century. For the mature pupil. 



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V. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION AND THE REIGN OF 
NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, 1789-1815. 

STORIES 
1805-1806 

*fAshton, Winifred. He brings great news. N.Y., Random House, 1945. 
News of the Battle of Trafalgar. 

1795-1814 

Austin, F. B. The road to glory. N.Y., Stokes, 1935. 
A fictionized biography of Napoleon. 

1792 

*Belloc, Hilaire. The Girondin. N.Y., Thos. Nelson & Sons, 1941. 
The part played in the Revolution by the Department of the Gironde; 
France takes the field against first Coalition. 

1789-1815 

*fBill, A. H. The Clutch of the Corsican. Boston, Atlantic Monthly 

Press, 1925. 
The rise and fall of Napoleon. 

1793-1815 

*fBill, A. H. The Red Prior's legacy: N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1929. 
French Revolution. 

1800 

Bleackley, H. W. The Monster. N.Y, Doran, 1921. 
English factory system. 

1798-1820 

Brighouse, Harold. Hepplestall's. N.Y., McBride, 1922. 
Effects of the use of machinery ; growth of factory system. 

1793-1798 

Brinton, Selyn. The Jacobin. London, Besant, 1936. 
The early years of the French Revolution. The political activities of 
the Jacobins. 

1796-1808 

Broster, D. K. Ships in the bay! N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1931. 
Sea engagements during the Napoleonic wars. 

1789-1815 

Byrne, Donn. The field of honor. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1929. 
The Napoleonic wars. Nelson, Napoleon. 

1795-1800 

fCoatsworth, Elizabeth J. White horse. N.Y., Macmillan, 1942. 
Barbary Coast pirates. 

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1795-1810 

Daly; Robert W. Soldier of the sea. N.Y., Morrow, 1942. 
English marines in the Napoleonic Wars. 

1793-1800 

Davis, W. S. The Whirlwind. N.Y., Macmillan, 1929. 
French Revolution. 

1789-1794 

*Dickens, Charles. A Tale of two cities. N.Y,, Macmillan, n.d. 

London and Paris during Reign of Terror ; the ancient regime and the 
conditions which brought on the French Revolution. 

1815-1820 

*fEaton, Jeanette. Betsy's Napoleon. N.Y., Morrow, 1936. 
Napoleon in St. Helena. 

1803-1815 

Evans, Sir E.R.G.R. Noel Howard, Midshipman. London, Warne, 1935. 
English sea power during the Napoleonic Wars. 

1769-1821 

fFoa, Eugenie. Boy life of Napoleon. Boston, Lothrop, 1940. 
Early life of Napoleon I. 

1800-1815 

Ford, F. M. A Little less than gods. N.Y., Viking, 1928. 
Napoleonic era. Marshal Ney. 

1800-1815 

Forester, C. S. Lord Hornblower. Boston, Little, Brown, 1946. 
Sea engagements in the Napoleonic wars. 

1807-1814 

Forester, C. S. Rifleman Dodd and the gun. Boston, Little, Brown, 1943. 
Peninsular war in Spain during the Napoleonic period. 

1810-1815 

fForester, C. S. Ship of the line. Boston, Little, Brown, 1938. 
English blpckade of the Spanish coast during the Napoleonic wars. 

1793-1798 

Frye, Pearl. Game of empires. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 
Relation of France and England in the early years of the French 
revolution. Sea battles of Nelson. 

1789-1793 

Gorman, H. S. The Mountain and the Plain. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 

1936. 
The early years of the French Revolution. Danton, Marat, Robespierre. 

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1793-1798 

Goudge, Elizabeth. Gentian hill. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1949. 
Sea engagements in the early days of the French Revolution. 

1776-1790 

f Gronowicz, Antoni. Gallant general. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 

Life of Kosciusko, and the part he played in the U. S., and in Poland. 

1815 

Heyer, Georgette. An infamous army. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1938. 
The Battle of Waterloo. 

1805-1814 

Heyer, Georgette. The Spanish bride. N.Y., Doubleday, 1941. 
Peninsular campaign. 

1789-1793 

Holland, R. S. Captain Tripp. N.Y., Century, 1932. 
French Revolution. Reign of Terror. 

1789-1815 

fHolland, R. S. The Chateau of the Swan. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 

1939. 
Josephine in Martinique and France. Era of Napoleon. 

1793 

*Hugo, Victor. Ninety-three. Boston, Little, Brown, n.d. 
The French Revolution as it affected the province of La Vendee. 

1815 

Komroff, Manuel. Waterloo. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1936. 

Napoleon's escape from Elba. The hundred days that ended with 
Waterloo. 

1805-1807 

fLesterman, John. The Adventures of a Trafalgar lad. N.Y., Harcourt, 

Brace, 1927. 
Battle of Trafalgar; Napoleonic Wars; Nelson. 

1800-1810 

fLesterman, John. A Sailor of -Napoleon. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1927. 
French naval engagements in French Revolution. 

1775-1847 

O'Faolain, Sedn. King of the Beggars. N.Y., Viking, 1938. 
Irish struggle for freedom. Daniel O'Conndl. 

1812-1815 

Oman, Carola. Major Grant. N.Y., Holt, 1932, 
Story of the Peninsular Wars. Wellington checkmating Napoleon in 
Spain. Era of Napoleon. 

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1794 

Orczy, Emmuska, Baroness. The triumph of the scarlet Pimpernel. 
N.Y., Doran, 1922. 

Last days of Robespierre's power, and his overthrow. 
1800-1806 
Pratt, Fletcher. Empire and the glory. N.Y., Sloane, 1949. 

Napoleon. Mature. 

1815-1820 

Reitzel, William. The pinnacle of glory. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 
Napoleon's life on the island of St. Helena. 

1800-1815 

Rosmer, Jean. In secret service. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1937. 
Mystery story of Napoleon's court. 

1814-1815 

Roth, Joseph. The ballad of the Hundred Days. N.Y., Viking, 1936. 
Napoleon's escape from Elba, and the events that followed. 

1792-1795 

*Sabatini, Rafael. Scaramouche. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1921. 
Early days of the French Revolution. 

1792-1795 

*fSeaman, A. H. When a cobbler ruled the king. N.Y., Sturgis & Walton 

Co., 1911. 

French Revolution ; Reign of Terror ; tradition of the "lost dauphin," 
Louis XVII. 

1770-1793 

Stair, Grace. A lady of France. N.Y., Stokes, 1930. 

Marie Antoinette and the Court life of Louis XVI. The old regime. 

1812-1815 

fStone, Eugenia. Secret of the bog. N.Y., Holiday House, 1948. 
Conditions in Ireland. Relations with England. 

1800-1830 

Tomlinson, H. M. Morning light. N.Y., Macmillan, 1947. 

Early days of the Industrial revolution. Change from sail to steam. 

1801-1825 

Underwood, Mrs. E. W. The Penitent. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1922. 
Alexander I of Russia. 

1755-1793 

fVance, Marguerite. Marie Antoinette. NY., Button, 1950. 
Early days of the French Revolution, and the Queen's part in it. 

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1809 

Weyman, S. J. The Traveler in the fur cloak. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 

1924. 
French occupation of Germany ; Napoleon. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Andrews, G. G. Napoleon in review. N.Y., Knopf, 1939. 

An evaluation of certain aspects of Napoleon's career. For the mature student. 
*Belloc, Hilaire. Marie Antoinette. N.Y., Grosset, 1924. 

An interesting, sympathetic account. 

*Beraud, H. Twelve portraits of the French Revolution. Boston, Little, Brown, 
1928. 

Important in understanding the men and motives. 
*Bryant, Arthur. Years of victory. N.Y., Harper, 1945, 

England during the Napoleonic period. 
Caulaincourt, A. A. L. With Napoleon in Russia. N.Y., Morrow, 1935. 

Detailed account of the Russian campaign. For the mature student. 
*Corti, E. C. The rise of the House of Rothschild. 1770-1830. (Blue Ribbon Books.) 
N.Y., Cosmopolitan Book Corp., 1928. 

Very interesting material on the Napoleonic era. For the mature pupil. 
Delderfield, R. F. Seven men of Gascony. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1949. 

French Grand Army. 
*Dietz, F. C. The Industrial Revolution. N.Y., Holt, 1927, 

The Industrial Revolution in England and its effects on social reform there. 
Eaton, Jeannette. A Daughter of the Seine; the life of Madame Roland. N.Y M 

Harper, 1929. 
*Gottschalk, L. R. Era of the French Revolution. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 

Excellent treatment under five headings: Ancient Regime, Fall of Monarchy, 

First Republic, Napoleon, Defeat and Reaction. 
*Guedalla, Philip. The hundred days. N.Y., Grosset, 1938. 

An interesting account of Napoleon's escape from Elba, the hundred days that 

followed, and the Battle of Waterloo. 
fLang, John. A Life of Nelson. N.Y., Stokes, n.d. 
Lenantpn, Carola M. A. Napoleon at the Channel. N.Y., Doubleday, 1942. 

Gossip, and anecdotes of that period. Mature. 

*Lowell, E. J. The Eve of the French Revolution. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1892. 
Ludwig, Emfl. Napoleon. N.Y., Horace Liveright, 1926. 
*Madelin, Louis. The French Revolution; tr. from French. N.Y., Putnam, 193L 

For the mature pupil. 
*Mathews, Shailer. The French Revolution. New Revised and enlarged edition. 

N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1923. 

*Morris, G. W., and Wood, L. S. The Golden Fleece, an introduction to the in- 
.dustrial history of England. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1922. 

With special reference to wool. Good for Industrial Revolution. 
Pratt, Fletcher. Empire and the sea. N.Y., Holt, 1946. 

What the navy meant to Britain during the French Revolution. 
*Quennell, Marjorie and Quennell, C. H. B. A history of everyday things in 
England. The rise of industrialism (1733-1851). N.Y., Scribner, 1934. 

The roots of industrialism, and stages in its development. Well illustrated, and 

a readable account. 
Rheinhart, E. A. Josephine, wife of Napoleon. N.Y., Knopf, 1934. 

An interesting account of the Era of Napoleon. For the mature student. 
*Roustan, M. The pioneers of the French Revolution; tr. from the French. Boston, 
Little, Brown, 1926. 

A fine background for the principles and philosophy of the period. 
Sieburg, Frederick. Robsepierre, the incorruptible, N.Y., McBride, 1938. 

A study of the man, and his time. For the mature student. 
fSmith, M. S. C. The Story of Napoleon. Illus. N.Y., Crowell, 1928, 

A simple account of the complicated Era of Napoleon. 

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^Stephens, H. M. Revolutionary Europe. (1798-1815). Sixth edition. London, Riv- 

ingtons, 1919. 
Strakhovsky, L. I. Alexander I of Russia, the man who defeated Napoleon. N.Y., 

Norton, 1947. 
Napoleonic wars. Mature. 
*Tarle, Eugene. Bonaparte. N.Y., Knight, 1937. 

An interesting account of the economic conditions during the Napoleonic era. 
*Thomas, H. C, and Hamm, W. A. A Civilisation in transition. (1789-1870). N.Y., 

Vanguard Press, 1928, 

Great revolutions, intellectual and industrial; French Revolution; Industrial 
Revolution. 

^Thompson, J. M. The French Revolution. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1945. 

An authoritative account. 

*Wheeler, H. F. B. The French Revolution from the Age of Louis XIV to the 
coming of Napoleon. N.Y., Stokes, n.d. 

Simple and straightforward account; illustrated. 
Whitlock, Brand. La Fayette. 2 vols. N.Y., Appleton, 1929. 
Wilkinson, Clennell. Nelson. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1931. 

A full rounded picture of the hero of Trafalgar. 
*Willert, P. F. Mirabeau. N.Y., Macmillan, 1898. 

An interesting interpretation of a dynamic character in the French Revolution. 
*Young, Arthur. Travels in France, 1787-89. London, Bell, 1906. 

Background for the French Revolution. 

Zweig, Stefan. Joseph Fouche; tr. from Fr., by E. and C. Paul. N.Y., Viking Press, 
1930. 

Gives a vivid picture of the political intrigue during the French Revolution and 
Era of Napoleon. For the mature pupil. 



VI. REACTION, REVOLUTION AND THE NATIONALIZING 
OF THE EUROPEAN STATES, 1815-1871 

STORIES 
1850-1874 

f Baker, Nina B. Garibaldi. N.Y., Vanguard, 1944. 
Biography in story form. 

1870-1871 

Bloem, Walter. The Iron year; authorized translation from the German 

by Stella Block. N.Y., Lane & Co., 1914. 
Franco-Prussian War; German side. 

1815-1840 

f Brink, Carol R. Lad with a whistle. N.Y., Macmillan, 1941. 
Scotland in the days of Sir Walter Scott. 

1815-1820 

Broster, D. K. The Yellow poppy. N.Y., McBride, 1922. 

Romance of the days following the French Revolution in which the 
influence of Napoleon was felt. 

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1854-1860 

*fCapriana, Luigi. Nimble-legs. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1927. 
Unification of Italy. Garibaldi. 

1836-1840 

Cloete, Stuart. The turning wheels. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1937. 
The Trek of the Boer farmers in South Africa. 

1845-1860 

fCormack, Maribelle. Road to down under. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 

1944. 
Early conditions in Australia. 

1857 

*fCotes, Mrs. S. J. (D). Story of Sonny Sahib. N.Y., Appleton, n.d. 
Great Britain in India ; Cawpore massacre ; Sepoy mutiny. 

1870-1871 

Daudet, Alphonse. Monday tales. (Beacon library of Fiction Classics) 

tr. from French. Boston, Little, Brown, 1927. 
Short stories of Franco-Prussian War. 

1836-1902 

*De Kalb. Far enough. N.Y., Stokes, 1935. 
The South African Boers and their social and economic life. 

1840-1850 

Dick, Isabel. Wild orchard. N.Y., Crowell, 1945. 
Pioneering in Tasmania. 

1820-1850 

Dickens, Charles. Hard Times. N.Y., Scribner, n.d. 
The effects of the Industrial Revolution in England. 

1819-1837 

fFlexner, Marion W. Drina, England's young Victoria. N.Y., Coward- 

McCann, 1939. 

A delightful picture of the very human and normal young girl who 
became a Queen. 

1815-1830 

Gulbranssen, Trygve. The wind from the mountains. N.Y., Putnam, 1937. 
Scandinavia after the Napoleonic Wars. 

1850-1890 

Harding, Bertita. The golden fleece. Indianapolis, 1937. 

Life in the early years of the reign of Franz Joseph of Austria, 

1815-1840 

Hawthorne, Hildegarde. Phantom King. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1937, 
Story of Napoleon's son. 

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1850-1900 

Helsop, Harold. Earth beneath. N.Y., Day, 1947. 
Industrial era. Coal mining. Mature. 

1800-1850 

fHoffman, Eleanor. Lion of Barbary. N.Y., Holiday House, 1946. 
Barbary Corsairs. 

1860-1870 

Johnson, Clifton. Sailing for gold. N.Y., Putnam, 1938. 
Australian gold rush. 

1865-1870 

Johnson, Myrtle The Rising. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1938. 
Irish rebellion of 1867. The Fenians. 

1781-1848 

fjudson, Clara I. Railway engineer. N.Y., Scribner, 1941. 
Story of George Stephenson. 

1821-1840 

Krepps, R. W. Courts of the Lion. N.Y., Rinehart, 1950. 
African kingdom of the Zulu King Tchaka. Mature. 

1846-1860 

fKyle, Anne D. Red sky over Rome. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1938. 
Unification of Italy. Mazzini, Garibaldi. 

1854-1871 

Laguna, Frederica de. The Thousand march. Boston, Little, Brown, 1930. 
"Adventures of an American boy with Garibaldi." Unification of Italy. 

1860-1870 

Landon, Margaret. Anna and the King of Siam. N.Y., Day, 1944. 
European contacts with Siam. 

1865-1880 

fLustig, Sonia. Roses of the winds. N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 1926. 
Social and political life in Russia. 

1815-1820 

*Manning, C. A. Marko, the King's son. N.Y., McBride, 1932. 

Social and political conditions in Serbia during the reign of the 
Kravelich dynasty. 

1820-1860 

Minnigerode, Meade. Cockades. N.Y., Putnam, 1927. 
A legendary account of Louis XVII of France. 

1856 

Mundy, Talbot. Rung ho! N.Y., Scribner, 1914. 

Great Britain in India ; native uprising in India just before the Sepoy 
mutiny. 

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1850-1871 

Neuman, Alfred. Another Casar. N.Y., Knopf, 1934. 
France under Napoleon the Third. For the mature student. 

1867-1870 

Orczy, Emmuska, Baroness. A spy of Napoleon. N.Y., Ptunam, 1934. 
Politics, and intrigues during the rule of Napoleon III. 

1804-1881 

Pearson, Hesketh. Dizzy. N.Y., Harper, 1951. 
Life of Disreali. Fictionized. 

1848 

Strachey, J. S. The Madonna of the barricade. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 

1925. 
Revolution of 1848. 

1835-1840 

Thane, Gwyn. Leaves in the wind. Boston, Little, Brown, 1949. 
Industrial strife in Wales. 

1800-1870 

*Thornton-Cook, Mrs. Elsie. Justly dear. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 
Literary life in London. A biographical story of Charles and Mary 
Lamb. 

1815-1840 

Verne, Jules. Michael Strogoff, the courier of the czar. N.Y., Scribner. 

1927. 
Russia in Siberia. 

1815-1820 

Waldeck, R. G. Lustre in the sky. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
Congress of Vienna. Men of intrigue, Talleyrand, Metternich, Castle- 
reagh, Czar Alexander. 

1835 

*Weyman, S. J. Chippinge Borough. N.Y., McClure, 1906. 
The abolition of rotten boroughs in England. 

1819 

Weyman, S. J. Starvecrow farm. London, Hutchinson & Co., 1905. 
Industrial Revolution; Peterloo massacre; Cata Street conspiracy. 

1830-1841 

Wright, Constance. Their ships were broken. N.Y., Dutton, 1938. 
Conditions in China at the opening up of trade with Europe. 

1840-1860 

Young, F. B. They seek a country. N.Y., Reynals & Hitchcock, 1937, 
Founding of Dutch and English colonies in South Africa, 

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BIOGBAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

Aldington, Richard. The Duke. N.Y., Viking, 1943. 

Duke of Wellington. 
*Allsopp, Henry. An introduction to English industrial history. 3rd. ed. rev. & enl. 

London, Bell, 1925. 

Interesting, simple introduction to the subject. 
Bedier, Julie, ed. High road in Tartary. N.Y., Scribner, 1948. 

Abridged revision of Abbe Hue's travels. 
Bermann, R. A. The Mahdi of Allah. N.Y., Macmillan, 1932. 

England in Egypt. Charles George Gordon and his experience with the Dervishes. 
Bolitho, Hector. Albert the Good and the Victorian reign. N.Y., Appleton, 1932, 

Victorian England. For the mature pupil. 
fBurton, Jean. Garibaldi, knight of liberty. N.Y., Knopf, 1945. 

His career in Italy, and South America. 
Butler, Sir W. F. Charles George Gordon. N.Y., Macmillan, 1920. 

England in Egypt, 1854-85. 
*Calthrop, ^D. C. "I will be good!" Illus. Boston, Little, Brown, 1929. 

Social history of England during the Victorian period. 
*Cesaresco, Countess ^E. M. Cavour. N.Y., Macmillan, 1898. 
Chevigny, Hector. Lord of Alaska. N.Y., Viking, 1942. 

Baranov, and the settlement of Alaska. Mature. 
Clark, Grover. A place in the sun. N. Y. Macmillan, 1936. 

The problem of colonies, and their effect on European nations. Expansion of 

Europe. 
*Cresson, W. P. Diplomatic portraits. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1923. 

"Europe and the Monroe Doctrine one hundred years ago"; Alexander I; 
Napoleon; Castlereagh; Talleyrand; Madame de Krudener; John Quincy 
Adams; Gentz; Metterinch; Chateaubriand; James Monroe. 
Finger, C. J. David Livingstone. Illus. Garden City. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 
1927. 

The expansion of Europe into Africa. 

Graham, Stephen. Tsar of freedom; the life and reign of Alexander IL New 
Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1935. 

Russia, and an attempt to interpret the social and political life of Russia. 
Lambert, R. S. Adventure to the polar seas. Indianapolis, Merrill, 1950. 

Life of Sir John Franklin. The mapping of the coast line of the Northwest 

passage. 
"Lamprey, L. The story of weaving. N.Y., Stokes, 1939. 

Development of the textile industry. Important in the understanding of the 

Industrial Revolution. 

Ludwig, Emil. Bismarck. Boston, Little, Brown, 1927, 
Marriott, Sir J. A. R. Queen Victoria and her ministers. N.Y., Dutton, 1934. 

The political policies of England as they were influenced by the Queen's Ministers. 
Maurois, Andre. Disraeli. Illus. tr. from French. N.Y., Appleton, 1928. 

A picture of the Victorian Age. For the mature pupil. 
Nicholson, H. G. Congress of Vienna. N.Y., Harcourt, 1946. 
Nolan, Jeannette C. Florence Nightingale. EjT.Y., Messner, 1946. 

War nursing in the Crimean War. 

Quennell, Marjory, and Quennell, C. H. B. A history of everyday things in 
England. The age of production 1851-1934. N.Y., Scribner, 1935. 

A valuable book in the consideration of the Industrial Revolution and its effects 

on social and economic life. 
*Schevill, Ferdinand. The Making of modern Germany. Chicago, Mcdurg, 1916. 

The high-lights in the development of Germany. Mature. 
*Simpson, F. A. The Rise of Louis Napoleon. N.Y., Putnam, 1909, 

Second Empire (1852-70). 

Somervell, D. C Disraeli and Gladstone. Garden City, N.Y., Garden City Pub. 
Co., 1928. 

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*Strachey, Lytton. Eminent Victorians. London, Chatto & Windtis, 1918. 

Cardinal Manning; Florence Nightingale; Dr. Arnold; General Gordon. 
*Strachey, Lytton, Queen Victoria. London, Chatto & Windus, 1921. 
Strachey, Marjorie C. Mazzini, Garibaldi, and Cavour. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1937. 

The unification of Italy, 
Thane, Elswyth. Young Mr. Disraeli. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1936. 

The youth of the Victorian statesman. 

"Trevelyan, G. M. Garibaldi and the Thousand (May, 1860). N.Y., Longmans 
Green, 1916. 

Unification of Italy. 
Wiegler, Paul. William the First. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 

Prussian and German history ; Bismarck. 

VII DEMOCRACY, LIBERALISM, AND THE NINETEENTH 
CENTURY EXPANSION OF EUROPE, 1871-1914 

STORIES 
1900-1914 

Aragon, Louis. The bells of Basel. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1936. 
Conditions in France before the World War. 

1890-1914 

Baker, Nina B. Next year in Jerusalem. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1950. 
Fict. Biog. of Theodore Herzel. His contribution to Zionism/ 

19004905 

Baring, Maurice. Tinker's leave. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

is^-o. 

Manchuria and Russia during the Russo-Japanese War. 
1890-1940 



Boitley, Phyllis. Rise of Henry Morcar, N.Y., Macmillan 1946 
Economic changes in textile industry. Mature. 

1874-1880 

Bonnet, Theodore. Mudlark. Garden City, N.Y., Doubledav 1949 
Victorian period. Disraeli, Queen Victoria. 

1898-1900 

Buck, Pearl. God's men. N.Y., Day, 1951. 
Boxer uprising in China. 

1880-1890 

CHff pie H i^6 /W ^^ tka * ^ de0d ' Garden City ' N - Y " D ubleday, 

Expansion of England; Britain in Malay. 
1880-1910 
Cloete Stuart .Watch for the dawn. Boston, Houghton, 1939 

Relation of the Boers, and the British in So. Africa. 

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1903-1904 

*Frenssen, Gustav. Peter Moor's journey to Southwest Africa; trans- 
lated by Margaret N. Ward. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1908. 
Colonial policy of Germany. 

1846-1891 

Hackett, Francis. Green lion. N.Y., Doubleday, 1936. 
The Irish question. Parnell. Gladstone. 

1882-1908 

*Haines, D. H. Fighting Blood. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1927. 
Expansion of Europe. Kitchener's campaign in the Soudan. 

1900-1914 

Harding, Bertita. Royal purple. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1935. 
The story of Alexander and Draga of Serbia. 

1900-1914 

Harper, T. A. His excellency and Peter. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Doran, 1930. 
Nicholas III. Russia in Manchuria. 

1912-1919 

Harper, T. A. Red sky. N.Y., Viking, 1935. 

Life in Russia just before the establishment of the Soviet. 

1900-1910 

tHarper, T. A. & Harper, Mrs. W. M. Siberian gold. N.Y., Sun Dial, 

1927. 
Russo-Japanese War. 

1860-1910 

Hobart, Alice T. River Supreme. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1934. 
The impact of western civilization on China. The importance of the 
, Yangtze River. 

1900-1913 

Ling, Princess Der. Imperial incense. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1933. 

A story of the life of the Chinese Queen Tzu His. The Russian- 
Japanese War. 

1879-1885 

Miller, W. H. Sahara sands. N.Y., Harper, 1927. 
French in Egypt; Expansion of Europe. 

1900 

Miln, Mrs. Louise (Jordan). It happened in Peking. N.Y., Stokes, 1926. 
Boxer Rebellion, 

1890-1914 

fMirza, Y. B. Son of the sword. N.Y., Viking, 1934. 
Social and economic life of the Kurds. 

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1890-1900 

Mossop, George. Running the gauntlet. N.Y., Nelson, 1937. 
Pioneer life in South Africa. 

1870-1920 

O'Duffy, Eimas. The Wasted island. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1920. 
Problems of Ireland; all sides of the question given. 

1879-1900 

; OFlaherty, Liam. Land. N.Y., Random House, 1946. 
Irish uprising over the land question. Parnell. 

1906-1915 

Phelps, Frances B. Nikita. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1932. 
Conditions in Russia before the World War. 

1884-1885 

fPollard, E. F. With Gordon at Khartoum. London, Blackie, 1906. 
Colonial expansion of England; the Nile expedition. 

1901-1921 

Salten, Felix. Florian, thte Emperor's stallion. London, Cape, 1938. 
Political and social conditions in Austria before, and during the World 
War. 

1890-1918 

f Stevens, W. O. Drummer boy of Burma. N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 
Mandalay, and the Burmese war. 

1910-1914 

Tomlinson, H. M. The day before. N.Y., Putnam, 1939. 
Evidences of unrest in England on the eve of the World War. 

1900-1914 

Young, F. B. Pilgrim's Rest. N.Y., Button, 1923. 

Civilization in Johannesburg, South Africa, just before the World War* 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

Asian, Kevork. Armenia and the Armenians from the earliest times until the 
Great War; tr. from French. N.Y., Macmillan, 1920. 

Relations with Turkish Empire. 
Benson, E. F. King Edward VII, an appreciation. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1933. 

A lauditory biography which gives a glimpse of pre- World War England. 
Benz, F. E. On to Suezl N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1939, 

Ferdiand de Lesseps and his plans for the canal. Expansion of France. 
Browne-Olf, Lillian, Plus XI apostle of peace. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 

A well written account of the life and work of the Catholic religious leader. 
*tBusani, Rafaello. Stanley's Africa. N.Y., Viking, 1944, 

Exploration into the interior of Africa. 
Coolidge, A. C. Origins of the Triple Alliance. N.Y., Scribner 1917 

Causes of the World War. 

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*Davis, W. S. The Roots of the war. N.Y., Century, 1918. 

"A non-technical history of Europe, 18701914." 

Background for the World War. 
fEaton, Jeannette. David Livingstone^ foe of darkness. N.Y., Morrow, 1947. 

Opening up of the African continent. 

Falk, E. A. Togo and the rise of Japanese sea power. N.Y., Longmans, Green. 
1936. 

Building the Japanese navy. Japan in world affairs. 
Gerard, J. W. My four years in Germany. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1917. 

Background for the World War. 
*Gibbons, H. A. The New map of Africa (19001916). N.Y., Century, 1916. 

Expansion of Europe. 
*Gibbons, H. A. The New map of Asia (1900 1919) . N.Y., Century, 1919. 

Expansion of Europe. 
Gibbons, H. A. The New map of Europe (19111914). N.Y., Century, 1914. 

Background of the World War. 
*Haslip, Joan. ParnelL N.Y., Stokes, 1936. 

The fight of the Irish for Home Rule. For the mature student. 
*tHoskyn, E. L. The British dominions beyond the sea. London, A. & C. Black. 
1922. 

Expansion of England. 
* Johnston, Sir Harry. Pioneers of West Africa. London, Bladde, n.d. 

Expansion of the British Empire. True stories of the pioneers in Africa. 
*Kerr, P. H., and Kerr, A. C. The Growth of the British Empire. N.Y., Longmans, 
Green, 1925. 

From the earliest times to the present. 

*Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia. The education of a Princess. N.Y., Blue Ribbon 
Books, 1937. 

Social life in Russia before, and during the World War. 
Millin, Sarah G. General Smuts. Boston, Little, Brown, 1936. 

Men and issues in the Boer War. 
Muir, Ramsay. The Expansion of Europe. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1919. 

Imperialism. 
Powell, E. A. Asia at the crossroads. N.Y., Century, 1922. 

Conditions in the Far East; Japan, Korea, China, Philippine Islands. 
Schevill, Ferdinand. The History af the Balkan Peninsula. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 

1922. 

*Seymour, Charles. The Diplomatic background of the War (18701914). New- 
Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1916. 

For the mature pupil. 
*Sitwell, Edith. Victoria of England. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1936. 

A good portrait of Victoria, and a picture of her reign. 
Skariatina, Irna. Little era in aid Russia. Indianapolis, Bobbs- Merrill, 1934. 

The period in Russia before the revolution. 
Vare, Daniele. The last Empress. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1936. 

The life of the Empress Tzu-Hsi and the collapse of the Chinese Empire. 

For the mature student 
fWheeler, H. F. B. The Boy's life of Lord Kitchener. N.Y., Crowell, n.d. 

Boer War in South Africa, 
fWheeler, H. F. B. The Boy's life of Lord Roberts. N.Y., Crowell, n.d. 

Expansion of England; England in India and South Africa. 
Wile, F. W. Men around the Kaiser. The Makers of modern Germany. Indian- 
apolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1914. 

Short biographies of the chief men of the Period of William II. 
*Williaxns, Basil. Botha, Smuts and South Africa. N.Y., Macmillan, 1948. 

Relations of Great Britain, and South Africa. 
Wu Yung. The flight of an Empress. New Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1936, 

The Empress Tzu-Hsi, and her life in Huai-lai. For the mature student 

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VIII. THE WORLD WAR, 1914-1918 

STORIES 

1914 

Aldrich, Mildred. A Hilltop on the Marne. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1915. 
France in 1914. 

1914-1918 

f Altsheler, J. A. The Forest of swords; a story of Paris and the Marne. 

N.Y., Appleton, 1915. 
The battle of the Marne. 

1914 

*f Atkinson, Mrs. Eleanor (Stackhouse). "Poilusf* a dog of Roubaix. 

N.Y., Harper, 1918. 
The World War. 

1914 

*Beith, I. H. The First hundred thousand. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 
1916. 
England in the World War. 

1914-1918 

Cable, Boyd. Grapes of wrath. N.Y., Button, 1917. 
The World War. 

1914-1918 

Canfidd, Flavia. The Refugee family. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1919. 
"A story of French children behind the lines during the War." 
Illustrated. 

1914-1915 

Comfort, W. L. Red fleece. N.Y., Doran, 1915. 
Russia in the World War. 

1914-1918 

fDarling, Esther B. Navarre of the North. N.Y., Sun Dial, 1930. 
Army of the Vosges. 

1914-1930 

fDaugherty, Sonia. The broken song. N.Y., Nelson, 1935. 
Russia before and during the various phases in the Revolution. 

1916-1917 

Dawson, Coningsby. Carry on. N.Y., J. Lane & Co., 1917. 
Letters from the battle front. 

1916-1917 

Dawson, W. J. The War eagle. NY., J. Lane & Co., 1918. 
The World War before the entrance of the United States. 

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1914-1918 

fDowney, Fairfax D. War horse. N.Y., Dodd, 1942. 
Cavalry in the war. 

1914-1918 

Dunbar, Ruth. The Swallow. N.Y., Boni & Liveright, 1918. 
Famous Lafayette escadrille in the World War. 

1914-1918 

Ervine, St. J. G. Changing winds. N.Y., Macmillan, 1917. 
Ireland and the War. 

1914-1918 

*fHaines, D. H. The Dragon-flies. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1919. 
Aviation in the War. 

1914-1915 

Hall, J. N. Kitchener's mob. Boston, Atlantic Monthly Press, 1916. 
Adventures of an American in the British army. 

1914-1916 

Huard, Mme. Frances (Wilson) . My home in the field of honour. N.Y., 

Doran, 1916. 
France in the World War. 

1914-1918 

Hunt, E. E. Tales from a famished land. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Page, 1918. 
The World War; Belgian Relief ; Dardanelles. 

1914-1916 

flogoleyitch, Paul. The Young Russian corporal N.Y., Harper, 1919. 
Russia and the United States in the War. 

1914-1918 

fKerr, E. M. The town crier of Gevrey. N.Y., Macmillan, 1930. 
World War. France. 

1914-1918 

fKnipe, E. B., and Knipe, A. A. Viva La France. N.Y., Century, 1918. 
French point of view; Joffre; spirit of Jeanne d'Arc. 

1914-1918 

Lewis, Cecil. Sagittarius rising. London, Davies, 1936. 
What the World War meant to the people of England. 

1915-1916 

*Masefidd, John. Gallipoli. N.Y., Macmillan, 1916. 

Turkey and England in the Great War; Dardanelles campaign. 

1914-1918 

fMeiklejohn, Mrs. Nannine. Cart of many colors. N.Y., Cadmus, 1940. 
Sicily during the war. 

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1917-1918 

*Montague, M. P. England to America. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Page, 1920. 
England and America in the World War. 

1914 

*Montague, M. P. Of water and the spirit. N.Y., Button, 1916. 
Early days of the War; Belgium overrun by the German forces. 

1914-1918 

Mundy Talbot. King of the Khyber rifles. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill 

Co., 1916. 
India in the World War. 

1914-1918 

Nadaud, Marcel. Birds of a feather; translated from the French by 
Florence Converse. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 1919. 
Flying service during the War. 

1914-1918 

Neureuther, Karl, and Bergen, Claus. U-Boat stories; tr. from German. 

N.Y., Richard R. Smith, 1931. 
U-Boat warfare in the World War. German account. 

1914-1918 

*Newbolt, Henry. Tales of the Great War. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 

1918. 
British Expeditionary Forces; the land engagement at Ypres; air 

warfare and sea battles; Coronel, Falklands, and Jutland. 

1914-1918 

Noble, Eduard. Outposts of the fleet. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1917. 
British merchant marine. 

1914-1918 

f Nordhoff, C. B., and Hall, J. N. Falcons of France, a tale of youth and 

the air. Boston, Little, Brown, 1929. 
Lafayette flying corps in the World War. 

1914-1918 

f Rolt- Wheeler, Francis. The Wonder of war at sea. Boston, Lothrop, 

Lee & Shepard, 1918. 
Naval engagements. 

1916-1917 

f Rolt- Wheeler, Francis. The Wonder of war in the Holy Land. Boston, 

Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1919. 
Campaigns in Palestine and Mesopotamia. 

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1914 

*f Rolt- Wheeler, Francis. The Wonder of war on land. Boston, Lothrop, 

Lee & Shepard, 1918. 
Battle of the Marne. 

1917 

Rudolph, Marguerita. Great hope. N.Y., Day, 1948. 
Social and political changes in Russia. 

1914-1918 

fSeredy, Kate. The singing tree. N.Y., Viking, 1940. 
Conditions in Hungary during the World War. 

1914-1918 

*Sherriff, R. C. and Bartlett, Varnon. Journey's end. N.Y., Stokes, 1930. 
A novel constructed from the outstanding drama of the World War. 

1914-1918 

f Slade, Gurney. Lawrence in the blue. N.Y., Stokes, 1936. 
A story of Lawrence of Arabia in the World War. 

1914-1918 

Van Dyke, Henry. The Broken soldier and the Maid of France. N.Y., 

Harper, 1919. 
A story of the World War. 

1914-1916 

Walpole, Hugh. The Secret city. N.Y., Doran, 1919. 
Petrograd, Russia, in the revolution. 

1914-1916 

Wells, H. G. Mr. Britling sees it through. N.Y., Macmillan, 1916. 
England and the War. 

1914-1918 

*Werfel, F. V. Forty days of Musa Dagh. KY., Viking, 1934. 
A stirring story of the Armenian defense against the Turkish siege 
during the World War. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE/ PERIOD ACCOUNT 

Alexander, Roy. Cruise of the raider "Wolf." New Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. 

Press, 1939. 

German raiders and mine layers in the World War. 
Azan, PauL The Warfare of today; tr. from French. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1918. 

The tactics and methods of warfare in the World War. 
Barnes, H. E, The Genesis of the World War. N.Y., Knopf, 1926. 

"An introduction to the problem of war guilt." 
Blackwell, A. S., ed. The little grandmother, of the Russian Revolution. Boston, 

Little, Brown, 1917. 

Reminiscences and letters of Catherine Breshkovsky. The background of the 
Russian Revolution. 

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Bowman, Isaiah. The New World. Yonkers-on-Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co 

1921 (and later editions). 

Effects of the World War; problems in political geography as they apply to 
history. 

Brunn, Geoffrey. Clemenceau. Harvard Univ. Press, 1943. 

His life in the light of subsequent events in France. Mature, 
Buchan, John. The People's King. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1935. 
A narrative covering 25 years of the reign of the British monarch George V. 

The war years are stressed. 
Campbell, Gordon. My mystery ships. London, Hodder, 1936. 

Camouflaging ships during the World War. 
*Englebrecht, H. C, and Hanighen, F. C. Merchants of death. N.Y., Dodd, Mead 

1934. 
A study of the international armaments industry. Gives their methods of stirring 

up wars. 
Johnson, D. W. Topography and strategy in the War. N.Y., Holt, 1917. 

Military operations in the World War. 

Johnson, T. M., and Pratt, Fletcher. The lost battalion. Indianapolis, Bobbs 
Merrill, 1938. ' 

A happening during the World War. 
Kipling Rudyard. Sea warfare. Garden City, N.Y., Douibleday Page, 1917. 

The British navy in the world war. 
^Lawrence, T. E. Revolt in the desert. N.Y., Doran, 1926. 

England in the Near East in the World War; Turkey, Palestine. 
"Liddell, H. B. H. War in outline, 19141918. N.Y., Random, 1936. 

A well-organized outline. 
Masters, David. The submarine war. Boston, Holt, 1935. 

The extent and importance of submarine warfare in the World War. 
The Mirrors of Downing Street. N.Y., Putnam, 1921. 

The outstanding political characters during the World War. 
*Parkman, M. R. Fighters for peace. N.Y., Century, 1919. 
Albert I, King of Belgium; Marshall Joffre; Georges Guynemer; Marshall 
Joch; Georges Clemenceau; David Lloyd George, Sir Frederic Stanley 
Maude; General Sir Edmund Allenby; Victor Emmanuel III, General 
Pershmg; Admiral Sir David Beatty; Woodrow Wilson. 
Recouly, Raymond. Joffre. Illus. N.Y., Appleton, 1931. 

The French in the World War. 
*Robinson, Edward. Lawrence, the story of his life. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 

ISrOO. 

An authentic biography of a colorful personality. 
Shumway, H. I. Albert the soldier-king. Boston, Page, 1934. 

The role of the Belgian king in the World War. 
*Shumway, H. I. Lawrence, the Arabian Knight. Boston, Page, 1936. 

A consideration of the career of Lawrence in Arabia, and in the World War 
Simonds, F. H. They won the war. N.Y., Harper. 1931. 

Book of short biographies. Pershing, Foch, Petam, Haig, Joffre. 
fThomas, Lowell. The Boy's life of Colonel Lawrence. N.Y., Century, 1927 

England in the World War; Turkey; Palestine. ^"T ^/. 



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IX. POST-WAR EUROPE, AND SPHERES OF INFLUENCE, 

191&- 

STORIES 
1920-1930 

Andrews, R. C. Quest in the desert. N.Y., Viking, 1949. 
Social life in Mongolia. 

1870-1924 

fBaker, Nina B. Lenin. N.Y., Vanguard, 1945. 

Fict. Biog. The part played by Lenin in the Russian Revolution. 

1931-1941 

Barea, Arturo. Broken root. N.Y., Harcourt, 1951. 
Franco Spain. 

1929-1934 

*Bentley, Phyllis. A modern tragedy. N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 

Post-war economic conditions and their effect on mills in England. 
For the mature student. 

1919-1938 

Blake, George. Shipbuilders. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1936. 
Effect of the depression on English shipbuilding. 

1936-1939 

Blankfort, Michael. The brave and the blind. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 

1940. 
Siege of Alcazar. The Spanish civil war. 

1920-1940 

fBothwell, Jean. Thirteenth stone. N.Y., Harcourt, 1946. 

India. Story of Rajputana. 

1936-1940 

Bridge, Ann. Frontier passage. Boston, Little, Brown, 1942. 
Intrigue in the Spanish civil war. 

1937-1938 

*Buchanan, George, Entanglements. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1939. 
England during the international crisis of 1937-38. 

1918-1921 

*Buck, Mrs. Pearl -S. Young Revolutionist. N.Y., Day, 1932. 
The Chinese revolution. 

1919-1928 

Crew, H. C. Under two eagles. Boston, Little, Brown, 1929. 
Social life in the reconstructed Poland. 

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1925-1936 

Davies, Rhys. A time to laugh. Harrisburg Pa., Cameron & Kelker, 1938. 
Problems of British labor during the depression. The coal mining 
industry in Wales. 

1919-1939 

*fDavis, Robert. Pepperjoot of Thursday Market. N.Y., Holiday House, 

1941. 
Story of the Berbers in the interior of Africa. 

1918-1930 

f Doone, Radko. Red beards of the Yellow River. Philadelphia, Macrae- 
Smith, 1939. 
Bandits in China. The westernization of China. 

1919-1939 

f Edge, Nezahet N. Turgut lives in Turkey. N. Y., Longmans, 1939. 
Life in new Turkey. 

1918-1936 

*Foldes, Johan. The street of the Fishing Cat. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 

1937. 
Life of political refugees in Paris. 

1920-1928 

fFranck, H. A. Marco Polo, Junior. N.Y., Century, 1929. 
A good picture of life in China in the 20's. 

1930-1937 

Frank, Bruno. Lost heritage. N.Y., Viking, 1937. 
Conditions within Germany during the Nazi regime. 

1919-1939 

*fGatti, Attillio. Wrath of Moto. N.Y., Scribner, 1941. 
Expedition into Belgian Congo. 

1919-1936 

Gibbs, Sir Philip H. Cities of refuge. N.Y., Dpubleday, 1937. 
Refugees from Soviet Russia in various cities. Mature. 

1919-1930 

Gibbs, Sir Philip H. The cross of peace. N.Y., Doubleday, 1934. 
From the Treaty of Versailles to the coming of Hitler. Relations of 
the Allies and Germany. 

1938 

Gibbs, Sir Philip H. This nettle danger. N.Y., Doubleday, 1939. 
Crisis, and end of Czechoslovakia. Chamberlain, 

1920-1925 

Hannay, J. O. Adventurers of the night. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1921. 
Both sides of the Irish question. 

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1918-1942 

Harding, Bertita. Lost waltz. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1944. 
Exile of the Austrian Hapsburgs, in Spain. 

1918-1934 

Hess, Fjeril. The house of many tongues. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 
Prague after the World War. 

1920-1935 

*Hill, R. H. Shadow of swords. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1935. 
Spirit of unrest in England. 

1930-1942 

Martin, Dahris. Adventure in Tunisia. N.Y., Messner, 1946. 
Fair at Kairwan. Arab social life. 

1900-1939 

f Oakes, Vanya. Bamboo gate. N.Y., Macmillan, 1946. 
Building of the Burma Road. 

1933-1937 

Olveago, Luis. La Capitaine. London, Hale, 1937. 

The Spanish War, and the conditions which led up to it. 

1919-1939 

fPalencia, Isabel de. Juan : son of the fisherman. N.Y., Longmans, 1941. 
Life in modern Spain. 

1930-1938 

Priestly, J. B. Let the people sing. N.Y., Harper, 1940. 

A fanciful story which reveals some of the social and economic prob- 
lems in England at the present time. 

1930-1936 

fRatzesberger, Ann. Jasmine. Chicago, Whitman, 1937. 
Life in present-day Persia. 

1920-1930 

Rogers, Lettie. South of heaven. N.Y., Random House, 1946. 
Missionary efforts in China just before the war. 

1930-1935 

fRubinstein, Marion. Adventuring in Palestine. N.Y., Knopf, 1935. 
Life in the Jewish colonies in modern Palestine. 

1900-1943 

tStinetorf, Louise A. Children of North Africa. Phila., Lippincott, 1943. 
Short stories of Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Liberia, Tunisia. 

1900-1945 

fStinetorf, Louise A. Children of South Africa. Phila., Lippincott, 1945. 
Short stories. 

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1933-1939 

Taylor, Kressman. Address unknown. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1939. 
Effect of the Hitler regime on the treatment of the Jews. 

1918-1920 

f Trager, Hannah. Stories of a child life in a Jewish Colony in Palestine. 

N.Y., Dutton, 1920. 
The colonization of modern Palestine under the British Mandate. 

1931-1936 

fWilliamson, T. R. (Edward Dragonet, pseud). Beyond the Great Wall. 

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1936. 
Story of the Japanese invasion, and the creation of Manchoukuo, 

1920-1938 

Williamson, T. R. Saltor the Mongol. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 
Mongolia since the World War. 

1929-1934 

Wylie, Ida A. R. To the vanquished. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1934. 
Effect of the Nazi rule in Germany. Early phase. 

1910-1940 

Yeh. Chun-chan. Mountain village. N.Y., Putnam, 1947. 
Revolutionary groups in China before World War II. 

1935-1940 

Zweig, Arnold. Axe of Wandsbek. N.Y., Viking, 1947. 
Conditions in Germany under Hitler dictatorship. Mature. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

Armstrong, H. F. Hitler's reich f the first phase. N.Y., Macmillan, 1933. 

The problems involved in the early development of Nazi Germany. 
Arraras, Joaquin. Francisco Franco, the times and the man. Milwaukee. Bruce 

1938. 
*Bagger, E. S. Eminent Europeans. N.Y., Putnam, 1922. 

Outstanding personalities in Europe after the World War. Constantine of 
Greece, Masaryk, Bratiano, Karolyi, Benes, Horthy, Paderewski, Queen 
Marie of Roumania. 
fBaker, Nina B. Sun Yat-sen. N.Y., Vanguard Press, 1946. 

Founding of the Chinese Republic. 
Baldwin, H. W. The Caissons roll. N.Y., Knopf, 1938. 

The armed strength and preparations of the European nations for the next war, 
Benns, Frank L. Europe since 1914. N.Y., Crofts, 1945. 

A good general account. 
Bodley, R. V. C Wind in the Sahara. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1944. 

Unrest in the Arab world. 
Bolitho, Hector. King George VI. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1938. 

A sympathetic study. 
*fBragdon, Lillian J. Land of William Tell. N.Y., Stokes, 1938. 

Modern Switzerland. 
Brodrick, A. H. North Africa. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1943. 

Information about North Africa in concise form. Tells what we ought to know. 

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Bryant, Arthur. Stanley Baldwin. N.Y., Coward, McCann, 1937. 

In simple form, it outlines the career of the statesman. 
*Chen, Stephen & Payne, Robert. Sun Yet-sen. N.Y., Day, 1946. 

Chinese point-of-view. 
Childs, H. L. The Nasi Primer; tr. from the German. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 

Official handbook for the schooling of the Hitler Youth. 
Childs, M. W. Sweden, the middle way. New Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1938. 

How Sweden solved her economic and political problems. 
Cloete, Stuart Against these three. Boston, Houghton, 1945. 

Cecil Rhodes, Paul Kruger, Lobengula. Biography of the men who have left 

their influence on South Africa. 
*Crow, Carl. The Chinese are like that. N.Y., Harper, 1939. 

Good-natured discussion of social life. 
*Davis, Richard H. Young Winston Churchill N.Y., Scribner, 1941. 

Mainly concerned with the Boer War. 
Duranty, Walter. / write as I please. N.Y., Halcyron, 1937. 

Reports and discussion of what a newspaper correspondent saw in Russia. 
*fEaton, Jeannette. Ghandi fighter without a sword. N.Y., Morrow, 1950. 

"Ghandi's championship of his people in South Africa." 
Eddy, Sherwood. The challenge of Russia. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1931. 

The implication of the Russian Soviet government on the rest of the world. 
Eliot, G. F. Bombs bursting in air. N.Y., Reynals & Hitchcock, 1939. 

"The influence of air power on international relations." 
*Fernsworth, Lawrence. Dictators and Democrats. N.Y., McBride, 1941. 

Biographies of the men in power in Europe, the Orient and America, at the 

outbreak of World War II. 
fFoote, Kay S. Walk about down under. N.Y., Scribner, 1944. 

Geographic and economic information about Australia, Tasmania. 
Fox, R. W. Lenin. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1934. 

Gives a sympathetic picture of the Russian Soviet leader. 
*Fox, R. W. and others. Men of turmoil N.Y., Minton, Balch, 1935. 

Short biographies of the leaders in various European countries who are in- 
fluencing the thought and politics of their people. 
Fraser, L. M. Germany between two wars. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1945. 

A study of propaganda, and the war guilt 
Gibbs, George. Road to Bagdad. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1938. 

British mandate in Palestine. 

*Great Britain Foreign Office. The British War Blue Book. N.Y., Farrar & 
Rinehart, 1939. 

Documents concerning German-Polish relations. Explains the reasons for the 

Second World War. 
*Gunther, John, Inside Asia. N.Y., Harper, 1939. 

Explains the personalities and politics in the Orient. 
*Gunther, John. Inside^ Europe. Rev. ed. N.Y., Harper, 1940. 

Political conditions in Europe in terms of the policies of Hitler, Stalin, Laval, 

Mussolini, Baldwin. 
Gwynn, D. R. DeValera. N.Y., Dutton, 1933. 

Post-war conditions in Ireland, and the political philosophy of DeValera. 
*Harris, H. W. The League of Nations. N.Y., Cape & Harrison, 1929. 

The aims, problems and machinery of the League are clearly given. 
*Hindus, M. G. The Cossacks; the story of a warrior people. N.Y., Doubleday, 
1945. 

Origins, present attitudes, and mode of living. Mature. 
*Hindus, Maurice. Humanity uprooted. N.Y., Cape & Harrison, 1929. 

A first hand observation and interpretation of the methods and the results of 

the Russian Soviets. 
Hitler, Adolf. Mein Kampf. New Ed. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1937. 

Tlie views and objectives of Nazi Germany. 

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*Hudson, M. O. The World Court, 1921-1932. Third ed. Boston, World Peace 
Foundation, 1931. 

"A handbook of the Permanent ' Court on International Justice." For the mature 

student. 
Hughes, Philip. Pope Pius the Eleventh. N.Y., Sheed & Ward, 1938. 

A sympathetic account of the moral influence of the Pope. 
Humphrey, Grace. Pilsudski, builder of Poland. N.Y., Scott & More, 1936. 

A lauditory account of the Polish Dictator. For the mature student. 
Him, M. New Russia's primer; tr. from the Russian. Boston, Houghton Mifflin 
1931. 

Fundamentals of the Five Year Plan, 
fives, Vernon, Russia. N.Y., Holliday House, 1943. 

Information about modern Russia. 
*Jackh, Ernest. Rising crescent. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. 

The development of modern Turkey. 
"Jackson, J. H. The post-war world. Boston, Little, Brown, 1935. 

A fine, unbiased political history of Europe after the Great War. 
*tKelly, Eric P. Land of the Polish people. N.Y., Stokes, 1943. 

A sympathetic account. 

*Keynes, J. M. The economic consequences of the peace. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace. 
1920. 

A valuable discussion of the Treaty of Versailles, and its economic consequences. 
fKraus, Rene. Old master. N.Y., Button, 1944. 

Jan Christian Smuts, his influence in South Africa. 
Langsam, W. C World since 19*4. N.Y., Macmillan, 1943 

Valuable in understanding the background for World War II. 
*Latourette, K. S. Development of Japan. 3rd ed. N.Y., Macmillan, 1931. 

Important in understanding present events. 
Lengyel, Emil. Dakar, outpost of two hemispheres. N.Y., Random House, 1941. 

Its geographic importance. 
*Lengyel, Emil. The new deal m Europe. N.Y., Funk & Wagnalls, 1934. 

New political and economic developments in Europe. 
Lengyel, Emil. Siberia. f N. Y., Random 'House, 1943. 

A general account of its vast resources and importance. 
*Lindsey, Edward. The International Court. N.Y., Crowell, 1931. 

Gives the history of the Court, and its purpose and methods. For the mature 

students. 
Lowrie, D. A. Masaryk of Czechoslovakia. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1937. 

The man, and his service to his country. 
Ludwig, Emil. Defender of democracy. N.Y., McBride, 1936. 

The life of Masaryk, and the building of Czechoslovakia. 
Ludwig, Emil. Hindenburg. Philadelphia, Winston, 1935. 

Mainly concerned with his later career in contributing to Naziism. 
MacManus, M. J. Eamon de Vdera. Chicago, Ziff-Davis, 1946. 

The second Home-rule struggle. Mature. 
McNeill-Moss, G. Siege of Alcazar. N.Y., Knopf, 1937. 

A military history of the Spanish Revolution, 
^Mitchell, Kate L. India without fable. N.Y., Knopf, 1942. 

"Analysis of the political and economic forces which keep India in ferment today." 
Mowrer, Lillian T. Rip tide of aggression. N.Y., Morrow, 1942. 

Causes of World War II. 

Muir, Ramsay. Political consequences of the Great War. London, Thornton But- 
terworth, 1930. 

Traces the political effects. 
Mussolini, Benito. My autobiography. N.Y., Scribner, 1936. 

Presents the genesis of Facism in Italy. 
Nazaroff Alexander I. Land of the Russian people. Philadelphia, Lippincott 1944. 

Issued by Nad. Council of American Soviet Friendship. 
Newman, Bernard Balkan Background. N.Y., Macmillan, 1945 

Bulgaria, Roumania, Yugoslavia, Albania, Greece, Turkey. 

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Nicolay, Helen. China's first lady. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1944. 

Biog. of Madame Chang. 

*tNourse, Mary A. and Goetz, Delia, China, country of contrasts. N.Y., Harcourt, 
1944. 

Well-selected material. 
Paul, E. H. The life and death of a Spanish town. N.Y., Vanguard, 1947. 

Civil War in Spain. 
*Peattie, Roderick. Struggle on the Veld. N.Y., Vanguard, 1947. 

South Africa today. 
*Roberts J S. H. The House that Hitler built. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 

An unbiased account of the Hitler regime in Germany, 
Rowan, R. W. Terror in our times. N.Y., Longmans, 1941. 

Underground secret espionage between World War I, and World War II. 
Rukeyser, W. A. Working for the Soviets. N.Y., Covici-Friede, 1932. 

First hand account of conditions in Soviet Russia written by an American en- 
gineer who worked there. 
Scarborough, H. E. England muddles through. N.Y., Macmillan, 1932. 

Conditions in England since the World War. 
Schuschnigg, Kurt. My Austria. N.Y., Knopf, 1938. 

Conditions in Austria which finally led to its absorption by Nazi Germany. 
*fSeeger, Elizabeth. Pageant of Chinese History. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1934. 

Well-organized material. 
*Shirer, William L. Berlin diary. N.Y., Knopf, 1941. 

Conditions in Germany just before the outbreak of the war. 

Simonds, F. H., and Brooks, Emery. The great powers in world politics. New ed, 
N.Y, American Book Co., 1939. 

Stresses International relationships, and economic nationalism. Good reference 

material. For the mature student 
Snowden, Lewis. Union of South Africa. N.Y., Doubleday, 1943. 

Information about race problems, political and economic conditions. 
Souvarine, Boris. Stalin. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1939. 

"A critical survey of Bolshevism." An important book in the understanding of 

Russian philosophy of government. For the mature student. 
*Spencer, Cornelia. Three sisters. N.Y., Day, 1939. 

The Soong Family, and their part in presenting Chinese resistance against Japan. 
Steer, G. L. C&sar in Abyssinia. London, Hodder, 1937. 

The Italian campaign against Abyssinia and its conquest by Italy. 
Stokes, R. L. Leon Blum, poet to Premier. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1937. 

The politics in France during the Blum government 
*Strong, Anna L. Peoples of the USSR. N.Y., Macmillan, 1944. 

Well illustrated story of the different peoples that make up the Russia Empire. 
*Waln, Nora. The house of exile. Toronto, Canada, 1938. 

A fine interpretation of the Chinese people. 
*Waln, Nora. Reaching for the stars. Boston, Little, Brown, 1939. 

First-hand observation of life in Nazi Germany, and the conditions under which 

minority groups must live. 
Walsh, E. A. Fall of the Russian Empire. Blue Ribbon Bks. f 1927. 

The last of the Romanovs, and the coming of the Bolsheviki. 
Webster, D. E. The Turkey of Ataturk. Philadelphia, Amer. Acad. of Political 
and Social Science, 1939. 

Emergence of modern Turkey. 
*Weizmann, Chaim. Trial and error. N.Y., Harper, 1949. 

Valuable background for steps in the establishment of Israel. Mature. 
Wilder, J. C. de and others. Handbook of the War. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1939. 

The geographic, economic and political conditions which have an influence on 

the second World War. 1939. 
Ybarra, T. R. Hindenberg, the man with three lives. N.Y., Duffield, 1932. 

His contribution to the conditions which resulted in Naziism. 
Young, A. M. Imperial Japan. 19261938. N.Y., Morrow, 1938. 

An examination of the social, economic and political condition of Japan. 

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X. WORLD WAR II, AND AFTER 

1939-1941 

f Albrand, Martha. No surrender. Boston, Little, Brown, 1942. 
Holland during the early days of the war. 

1940-1944 

Albrand, Martha. None shall know. Boston, Little, Brown, 1945. 
Underground activities in Switzerland. 

1939-1942 

Bates, H. E. Cruise of the Breadwinner. Boston, Little, Brown, 1947. 
War in the British Channel. 

1940-1942 

Bayne, Spencer. Agent extraordinary. N.Y., Dutton, 1942. 
War intrigue in Syria.. 

1939-1945 

f Becker, May L. ed. Youth replies, I can. N.Y., Morrow, 1945. 
Short stories about the part taken by children. 

1943-1947 

fBishop, Claire H. Pancakes-Paris. N.Y., Viking, 1947. 
Conditions in Paris after the close of the war. 

1939-1944 

fBlackstock, Josephine. Island on the beam. N.Y., Putnam, 1944. 
Struggle for Malta. 

1939-1942 

fBlackstock, Josephine. Wings for Nikas. N.Y., Putnam, 1942. 
Greece in the war. 

1939-1941 

Bottome, Phyllis. London pride. Boston, Little, Brown, 1941, 
London during the "blitz." 

1942-1949 

fBowen, B. M. Jan's victory. N.Y., Longmans, 1949. 
Reconstruction in the Netherlands after the war, 

1939-1945 

Burman, Ben L. Rooster crows for day. N.Y., Dutton, 1945. 
Belgium, African Congo. 

1944-1946 

fChambers, Maria C Three Kings. N.Y., Oxford Uni. Press, 1946. 
A picture of contemporary Spain. 

1937-1940 

tCormack, Maribelle & Bytovetski, P. Underground retreat N.Y., 

Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946. 
Early days of the struggle of China with Japan. 

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1945-194S 

Davis, Robert. That girl of Pierre's. N.Y., Holiday House, 1948. 
Post-war France. Mature. 

1939-1942 

Divine, A. D. Tunnel from Calais. N.Y., Macmillan, 1943. 
Imaginary story of attempted invasion of England. 

1941-1943 

fFelsen, Gregor. Struggle is our brother. N.Y., Dutton, 1943. 
Russian guerrillas. 

1940-1942 

Forester, C. S. The ship. Boston, Little, Brown, 1943. 
Naval action in the Mediterranean. 

1940-1943 

fGaidar, A. P. Timur and his gang. N.Y., Scribner, 1943. 
Children take part in the war in Russia. 

1940-1942 

Gibbs, Philip. Long alert. N.Y., Doubleday, 1942. 
Battle of Britain. 

1939-1945 

fGleitsmann, Hertha. Niko's mountains. N.Y., Knopf, 1944. 
Displaced persons during the war. 

1940-1942 

*fHaywood, Carolyn. Primrose day. N.Y., Harcourt, 1942. 
English refugee children. 

1940-1944 

Hersey, J. R. Bell for Adano. N.Y., Knopf, 1944. 
War in Italy. Mature. 

1940-1941 

Highet, Helen Macl. Above suspicion. Boston, Little, Brown, 1941. 
Espionage in Germany. 

1940-1942 

*Highet, Helen Macl. Assignment in Brittany. Boston, Little, Brown, 

1942. 
Espionage in France. 

1939-1942 

Highet, Helen Macl. While we still live. Boston, Little, Brown, 1944. 
Suffering in Poland. 

1939-1949 

f Hoffman, Eleanor. White mare of the black tents. N.Y., Dodd, 1949. 
Effect of the World War on the nomad tribes. 

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1938-1943 

Holm, Gustav. This was Lidice. N,Y., Putnam, 1943. 
Annihilation of a Czech village by the Nazis. 

1940-1941 

Innes, Hammond. Attack alarm. N.Y., Macmillan, 1942. 
Story of the R.A.F. 

1940-1943 

*fjong, Dolade. The level land. N.Y., Scribner, 1943. 
Children of Holland during the war. 

1937-1942 

Lewis, Elizabeth F. When the typhoon blows. Phila., Winston, 1942. 
Invasion of China. 

1940-1944 

fMacKaye, D, L. Twenty-fifth mission. N.Y., Longmans, 1945. 
Underground activity in Denmark. 

1940-1942 

fMcSwigan, Marie. Snow treasurer. N.Y., Button, 1942. 
Part played by children in Norway. 

1940-1945 

Marshall, Bruce. Yellow tapers for Paris. Boston, Houghton, 1946. 
France in the war. Mature. 

1941-1944 

Mayneng, Mayette. Broken ark. N.Y., Harper, 1944. 
France in World War II. 

1937-1940 

Oakes, Vanya. By sun and stars. N.Y., Macmillan, 1948. 
Migration of Chinese students in war-torn China. 

1940-1945 

fPease, Howard. Heart of danger. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
French underground. 

1940-1946 

Plenn, Abel. Wind in the olive trees. N.Y., Boni & Gaer 1946 
Spain in turmoil Mature. ' 

1940-1948 

fRankin, Louise. Daughter of the mountains. N.Y., Viking 1948 
The making of modern India. 

1940-1943 

Roberts, Catherine. Private report. N.Y., Doubleday, 1943. 
Conditions in occupied Belgium. Mature. 

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1940-1942 

Ronald, James. Old soldiers never die. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1942. 
Story of children evacuees. 

1940-1943 

fSavery, Constance. Enemy brothers. N.Y., Longman, 1943. 
Need for the re-education of Germany's children. 

1940-1945 

fSeredy, Kate. Chestry oak. N.Y. Viking, 1948. 
Hungary during World War II. 

1940-1944 

Seymour, Alta H. On the edge of the fjord. Presbyterian Board, 1944. 
German occupation of Norway. 

1939-1945 

fSeymour, Alta H. Tangled skein. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1946. 
Norway underground. 

1942-1945 

Simonov, K. M. Days and nights. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1945. 
Battle of Stalingrad. 

1937-1943 

Smith, Bradford. The arms are fair. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1943. 
Loyalties in the war between China and Japan. 

1937-1945 

*fSowers, Phyllis A. Sons of the Dragon. Chicago, Whitman, 1942. 
China and Japan at war. 

1941-1943 

Strong, Anna L. Wild river. Boston, Little, Brown. 1943. 
Dynamiting of the Dnieper Dam. 

1942-1945 

Tasaki, Hanama. Long the Imperial Way. Boston, Houghton, 1950. 
What the war meant to the fighting Japanese. Mature. 

1940-1945 

fVan Der Haas, Henrietta. Orange on top. N.Y., Harcourt, 1945. 
Underground movement in the Netherlands. 

1940-1944 

fVan der Haas, Henrietta. Victorious island. N.Y., Harcourt, 1947. 
Netherlands underground. 

1940-1944 

Wasilewska, Wanda. The rainbow. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1943. 
Ukranian village during the war. 

1940-1944 

Westcott, Glenway. Apartment in Athens. N.Y,, Harper, 1945. 
Nazi occupation of Greece. Mature. 

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BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Aglion, Raoul. Fighting French. Boston, Holt, 1943. 

De Gaulle's career. 
Baker, R. L. Oil, blood and sand. N.Y., Ajppleton-Century, 1942. 

Economic conditions in the Middle-East. 
*Broch, Theodor. Mountains wait. N.Y., Webb, 1942. 

Conditions in Narvik. 
Chiang, Kai-shek. All we are and all we have. N.Y., Day, n.d. 

Speeches and messages. 
*Churchill, Winston S. Blood, sweat and tears. N.Y., Putnam, 1941. 

Early conditions in England. 

Churchill, Winston S. Unrelenting struggle; war speeches. Boston, Little, Brown, 
1942. 

Broadcasts and messages. 
*Clark, Elmer T. Chiangs of China. N.Y., Abingdon-Cokesbury, 1943. 

About the Soong, and the Chiang family. 
*Claymore, Tod. Flare path. N.Y., Morrow, 1942. 

British coastal patrol. 

fColman, Elizabeth. Portugal, wharf of Europe. N.Y., Scribner, 1944. 
Part played by Portugal. 

*Crawford, Marion. Little Princesses, N.Y., Harcourt, 1950. 
Life of Princess Elizabeth, and Margaret Rose of England. 

*Crum, B. C Behind the silken curtain. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1947. 
Account of Anglo-American diplomacy in Palestine and the Middle East. Mature. 

Dunner, Joseph. Republic of Israel. N.Y., Whittlesey House, 1950. 
How the Republic of Israel came to be. Mature. 

Duranty, Walter. USSR: story 0/ Soviet Russia. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1944. 
Interpretation of the Stalin regime. 

Ekrem, Selma. Turkey, old and new. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 
Importance of the geographic position. Customs. 

Ellsberg, Edward. Under Red Sea sun. N.Y., Dodd, 1946. 
Salvage of docks and ships in Massawa harbor. 

Ensor, R. C. EL Miniature history of the war; down to the liberation of Paris 
N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1945. 

Epstein, Samuel. Burma Road. N.Y., Messner, 1946. 
Well illustrated, interesting account. 

Estorick, Iric. Stafford Cripps. N.Y., Day, 1949. 

The man, and his work for the Labor Government of England. 
Evans, Trevor. Beyin of Britain. N.Y., Norton, 1946. 

His services during the war, and in the Labor Government. 

*Gerard, Francis. Malta magnificent. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1943. 
Ordeal of Malta during the war. 

fGollomb, Joseph. Young heroes of the war. N.Y., Vanguard 1943. 
Short biographies of war heroes. 

Haas, W. S. Iran, Columbia Univ. Press, 1946. 
Conditions in present-day Persia, Mature. 

Hart, W. E. (pseud). Hitler's generals. N.Y., Doubleday, 1944 
An evaluation of the generals. Mature. 

*tHogarth, Grace A. Australia; island continent. Boston, Houghton 1943 
Importance of its position, and resources. ' 

Kennedy. B. F. Eagles roar! N.Y., Harper, 1942. 
Part played by the R.A.F. 

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Lattterbach, R. E. These are the Russians. N.Y., Harper, 1945. 

Attempt to interpret the Russian people. 
Lowdermilk, W, C. Palestine, land of promise. N.Y., Harper, 1944. 

Economic conditions. Reclamation projects. Jewish development 
Millis, Walter. Last phase. Boston, Houghton, 1946. 

Allied victory in western Europe. 
Moorehead, Alan, Eclipse. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1945. 

The final phases in Italy, and Germany. Mature. 
Myklebost, Tor. They came as friends. N.Y., Doubleday, 1943. 

What happened in Norway in the early Nazi occupation. 
Nickolls, L. A. Royal cavalcade. London, Macdonald, 1949. 

English Royal family, and English life at the present time. Illus. 
Payne, Pierre S. R. Mao Tse-tung ruler of Red China. N.Y., Shuman, 1950. 

Chinese Communism. Mature. 
Pearlman, Moshe. Army of Israel. N.Y., Philosophical Library, 1950. 

New democracy in Israel, and how they fought to maintain it Mature. 
*Saint Exupery, Antoine de. Flight to Arras. N.Y., Reynall & Hitchcock, 1942. 

Early months of the war in France. 
Shridharani, K. The Mahatma and the world. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1946. 

Gandhi's role in India, and his influence on the world. 
Spencer, Cornelia Y. Nehru of India. N.Y., Day, 1948. 

Leadership in present day India- 
Stark, F. M. Arab island, the Middle East. N.Y., Knopf, 1945. 

The importance of the Arab world. 
Van Paassen, Pierre. Forgotten ally. N.Y., Dial, 1943. 

Help of the Jewish Palestinians in the war. 
Villiers, Alan. Set of the sails. N.Y. Scribner, 1949. 

Important information about Australia, and New Zealand. 
*Walmsley, Leo. Fishermen at war. N.Y., Doubleday, 1941. 

Dunkirk, Mine-Sweepers, in the early days of the war in England. 
'Welles, Sumner. We need not fail. Houghton, 1948. 

Problem of Palestine. 
White, Leigh. Long Balkan right. N.Y., Scribner, 1944. 

Conditions in the Balkan countries. Mature. 
*Wood, G. I. Australia, its resources and development. N.Y., Macmillan, 1947. 

Up-to-date material. 
fYaukey, Grace S. Made in India. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

Story of the people, and their civilization. 
fZeligs, D. F. Story of modern Palestine for young people. New ed. N.Y., Bloch, 



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I. DISCOVERY, EXPLORATION, COLONIZATION, 

1000-1673 

STORIES 
1641-1700 

Bergeron, Paul-Henri. Brother Andre. Montreal, Benzinger, 1938. 
Mount Royal. 

1000-1100 

fBunce, W. EL Dragon prows westward. N.Y., Harcourt, 1946. 
Viking lore. 

1662-1673 

*Cather, Wflla. Shadows on the rock. N.Y., Knopf, 1931. 
Colonial life. Count Frontenac. 

1360-1400 

fCoatsworth, Elizabeth. Door to the North. Philadelphia, Winston, 1950. 
"Saga of the 14th Cent. Scandinavians in North America/' 

1588-1600 

fDriscoll, C B. Doubloons. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1930. 
Story of buried treasure in Nova Scotia. 

1600-1700 

*Iseley, Bliss. Blazing the way West. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 
Fur trade in northern Canada. 

1000-1010 

Liliecrantz, O. A. Randyar, the Songsmith. N.Y., Harper, 1906. 
Earliest exploration in North America. Vinland. 

1608-1630 

McNeil, Everett. For the glory of France. N.Y., Dutton, 1927, 
First settlement of Quebec. 

1534-1552 

McNeil, Everett. The shores of adventure. N.Y., Dutton, 1929, 
"Exploring the new world with Jacques Cartier." 

1653-1693 

*Nute, Grace L. The Voyageur. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1931. 
Furs, and fur traders. 

1650-1704 

^Parish, J. C. The man with the iron hand, Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1918. 
The French explorers in the Mississippi Valley. Henry de Tonty, 

1660-1675 

*Parker, Sir Gilbert. The seats of the mighty, N.Y., Appleton-Century, 
Frontenac, and his times. 

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DISCOVERY, EXPLORATION, COLONIZATION, 1000-1673 

1632-1673 

*Patterson, F. T. White wampum. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1934. 
Conditions in New France. 

1000-? 

fResnick, W. S. Dragonship. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1942. 
Vikings in America. 

1640-1666 

f Robbins, Orison. Boy of Quebec. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1926. 
French exploration, and settlement of Quebec. 

1550-1684 

*Skinner, Constance L. Beaver, kings and cabins. N.Y., Macmillan, 1933. 
Fur trade in Canada. 

16th-17th Cent. 

fStrang, Herbert, pseud, ed. Early days in Canada. London, Oxford 

Univ. Press, 1934. 
Well selected stories of social and economic life. 

1632-1710 

fSyme, Ronald. Bay of the North. N.Y., Morrow, 1950. 
Story of Pierre Radisson. 

1670-1675 

Vaczek, Louise C. River and the empty sea. Boston, Houghtbn, 1950. 
French in Canada. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

*Averill, Esther. The voyages of Jacques Cartier. N.Y., Domino Press, 1937. 
*Burpee, Lawrence J. Discovery of Canada. Toronto, Macmillan, 1944. 

An interesting, readable account. 
Harvey, D. C. Colonisation of Canada. Toronto, Canada, Clarke, Irwin, 1936. 

A well organized account. 

Karr, W. J. Explorers, soldiers and statesmen. Rev. ed Toronto, Canada, Dent, 
1938. 

The men who made Canada. 
*Kenton, Edna. With hearts courageous. N.Y,, Liveright, 1933. 

French colonization of America. The Jesuit Missionaries. 
tMcKinley, M. Canadian heroes of pioneer days. Toronto, Canada, Longmans, 
Green, 1930. 

Short biographies of outstanding personalities. 

tMcKinley, M. Canadian heroines of pioneer days. Toronto, Canada, Longmans, 
Green, 1929. 

The women who contributed to colonial culture. 
Marquis, T. G. Stories from Canadian history. New ed. Toronto, Canada, Copp, 

1936. 

Short episodes of outstanding events. 

*Parkman, Francis. Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV. Boston, 
Little, Brown, 1927. 

An interesting discussion of the land and its problems. 
*Parkman, Francis. The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century. 

Boston, Little, Brown, 1935. 
*Parkman, Francis. Old Regime in North America. Boston, Little, Brown, 1934. 

An interesting, unbiased account. 

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*Parkman, Francis. Pioneers of France in the New World. Boston, Little, Brown, 

1938. 
*Repplier, Agnes. Mere Marie of the Urswlines. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1931, 

The contribution of the Order to the civilization of Canada. 

*Repplier, Agnes. Pere Marquette, priest, pioneer and adventurer. N.Y., Doubleday 
Doran, 1929. 

An interesting account of the man and his work. 
Sargent, Daniel. Our land and Our Lady. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1939. 

Catholic contribution to the civilization of the North American continent. 
*fWeaver, E. P. The book of Canada for young people. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

A general account 

Wilson, C. Adventurers all. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 
The history of Canada to 1763. 

II. ANGLO-FRENCH RIVALRY, 1673-1867 

17634767 

*f Allen, M. P. Black rain. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1939. 
Siege of Detroit. Pontiac. 

1794-1834 

Altrocchi, Mrs. Julia. Wolves against the moon, N.Y., Macmillan, 1940. 
Fur trade in Canada. 

1760-1780 

fBowers, Gwendolyn. Adventures of Philippe. N.Y., Aladdin Books 

1949. 
Life in New France, and Quebec. 

1692-1700 

*fBrill, Ethel C. Madeline takes command. N.Y,, McGraw-Hill, 1946. 
Defense of Quebec. 

1761-1780 

tBrill, Ethel C. White brother. N.Y., Holt, 1932. 
"A story of the Pontiac uprising." 

1700-1850 

fBuchan, John. Lake oj gold. Boston, Houghton, 1941. 
Fictionized history. 

1830-1860 

Cameron, W. B. The war trail of Biff Bear. London, Duckworth, 1926. 
Rebellion of the Wood Cree Indians in the Northwest Territory. 

1810-1815 

Campbell, Grace. Higher hill. N.Y., Duel, Sloan, 1944. 
Pioneering in Ontario. 

1840-1900 

Campbell, Grace. Thorn-apple tree. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1943, 
Development of agriculture. 

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1820-1840 

fCarr, Mary J. Young Mac of Fort Vancouver. NY., Crowell, 1940. 
English & American claims in the Pacific Northwest. 

1675-1700 

Carter, R. G ; Brothers of the frontier. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1938. 
Frontier rivalry. 

1678-1680 

*Catherwood, M. H, The story of Tonty. Chicago, Mcdurg, 1889. 
Explorations as they affected relationship between England and 
France. 

1753-1756 

*Chapman. H. J. Lords of Arcadia. Boston, Small, 1925. 
French and Indian wars. 

1755-1763 

fChoate, Florence & Curtis, Elizabeth. Crimson shawl. N.Y., Stokes, 

1941. 
French and Indian war. 

1775-1780 

tClay, Charles. Young Voyageur. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1938. 
The fur trade. 

1689-1700 

*Coatsworth, E. J. Sword of the wilderness. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 
Action in Maine, and in Canada. 

1776-1783 

Cody, H. A. The King's arrow. Toronto, Canada, McClellend, 1927. 
Loyalists in the American Revolution, and their flight to Canada. 

1666-1675 

Corcoran, Rev. Charles. Blackrobe. Milwaukee, Bruce, 1937. 
Pere Marquette. 

1750-1760 

Curwood, J. O. The Plains of Abraham. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1928. 
The French and Indian War. 

1686-1700 

fDwight, Allan. Drums in the forest. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 
Frontier life in Canada. 

1713-1760 

Eaton, Evelyn, S. M. The sea is so wide. N.Y., Harper, 1943. 
Expulsion of the Acadians. 

1812-1815 

Elson, J. M. The scarlet sash. London, Dent, 1925. 
The part Canada played in the United States War of 1812. 

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1750-1770 

Elwood, Muriel. Deeper the heritage. N.Y., Scribner, 1946. 
Early Montreal. 

1680-1750 

Elwood, Muriel. Heritage of the river. N.Y., Scribner, 1945. 
The St. Lawrence River, and Montreal. 

1720-1750 

*Elwood, Muriel. Towards the sunset. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 
Early French settlers seek the western ocean. 

1784-1800 

Evans, Hubert. North to the unknown. N.Y., Dodd, 1949. 
Hudson Bay fur trade. 

1776-1800 

French, Maida P. Boughs bend down. N.Y., Doubleday, 1944. 
American Loyalists in Canada. 

1756-1760 

*Gibbs, G. F. The flame of courage. N.Y., Appleton, 1926. 
Political intrigue. Vandreuil, Montcalm. 

1812-1815 

*Gordon, C. W. (Ralph Connor, pseud.) The rock and the river. N.Y., 

Dodd, Mead, 193L 
The War of 1812 from the Canadian point-of-view. 

1776-1780 

Harris, Cyril. One braver thing. N.Y., Scribner, 1942. 
Loyalists in the Amer. Rev. 

1850-1860 

*Howard, Elizabeth. North winds blow jree. N.Y., Morrow, 1949. 
Freedom settlement for escaped slaves from the U, S* 

1750-1760 

Jennings, John. Next to valor. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 
French and Indian War. 

1835-1840 

Lancaster, Bruce. Bright to the wanderer.* Boston, Little, Brown, 1942 
Rebellion of 1837. 

1800-1850 

Le Rossignol, J. E, Habitant-merchant. Toronto, Macmillan, 1939. 
Short stories of French-Canadian life. 

1660-1680 

*Lovelace, Maud H. Early candlelight. Uni. of Minnesota Press, 1949. 
French Canadian fur trading post on the upper Mississippi. 

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1672-1698 

fMcNeil, Everett. The shadow of the Iroquois. N.Y., Button, 1928. 
Indian relations with the French. 

1810-1820 

Niven, Frederick. Mine inheritance. N.Y., Macmillan, 1940. 
Selkirk settlement. 

1785-1776 

fOrton, Helen F. The gold-laced coat. N.Y., Stokes, 1934. 
A story of Old Niagara. 

1685-1697 

*Parker, Sir Gilbert. The trail of the sword. N.Y., Appleton, 1922. 
Pierre Le Moyne's exploits in capturing British troops on Hudson Bay. 

1686-1701 

Pound, Arthur. Hawk of Detroit. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 1939. 
Cadillac, and the settlement of Detroit. 

1776-1790 

Randdall^ T. H. His Majesty's Yankees. N.Y., Doubleday, 1942. 
Effect in Nova Scotia of the American Revolution, 

1798-1820 

Randdall, T. H. Pride's fancy. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
Sea trade in the Caribbean. 

1750-1780 

Randdall, T. H. Roger Sudden. N.Y., Doubleday, 1945. 
English influence in Nova Scotia. 

1770.1790 

Randdall, Thomas H. Son of the Hawk. Philadelphia, Winston, 1950. 
"Nova Scotia during the Amer. Revolutionary War/' 

1763-1767 

Richardson, John. Wacousta. N.Y., Sully, 1925. 
Pontiac conspiracy, and its effects. 

1750-1770 

Roberts, C. G. D. A sister of Evangeline. Boston, Page, n.d. 
Life in an Acadian village. 

1740-1760 

Roberts, K. L. Northwest passage. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1937. 
French and Indian Wars. 

1764-1782 

^Schumann, Mary. Strife before dawn. N.Y., Dial Press, 1939. 
Pontiac's War, and struggle for the Northwest territory. 

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1770-1800 

fSkinner, Constance L. Red man's luck. N.Y., Coward, McCann, 1930. 
Life of a factor in the North-West Company. 

1700-1760 

fSkinner, Constance L. Rosette of the North. N.Y., Macmillan, 1927. 
Importance of the fur trade in early economy. 

1704-1720 

Stone, Mrs. Grace. The cold journey. N.Y., Morrow, 1934. 
Deerfield raid. 

1763-1770 

Swanson, N. H. Judas tree. N.Y., Putnam, 1933. 
Siege of Pittsburgh. 

1740-1800 

fTharp, Louise H. Company of adventurers. Boston, Little, Brown, 1946. 
Hudson Bay Company. Fur trade. Radisson, Kelsey, Henday, Mac- 
kenzie. 

1776-1800 

Tompkinson, Grace. Welcome wilderness. N.Y., Ives Washhurn, 1946. 
Refugees from American Revolution into Canada. 

1750-1776 

f Watson, Virginia. Flags over Quebec. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1941. 
English-French rivalry in Canada. 

1830-1839 

Wilson, May. Forging the pikes. N.Y., Doran, 1920. 
Rebellion of 1837. 

1816-1830 

*Wise, Winifred E. Swift walker. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1937. 
"A true story of the American fur trade." 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

*De la Roche, Mazo. Quebec, historic seaport. N.Y., Doubleday, 1944, 

Romance and history. 
*Dunham, Aileen. Political unrest in Upper Canada 18151836. N.Y., Longmans. 

Green, 1927. 

The events that led up to the revolution of 1837. 
Quillet, E. C and McEwen, J. E. Finding new homes in Canada. Toronto, Canada, 

Nelson, 1938. 
Immigration into Canada. 
*Laut, Agnes C. Cadillac, knight errant of the wilderness. Indianapolis* Bobbs- 

Merrill, 1931. 

Frontier life and personalities. 
Laut, Agnes C. Canada at the crossroads. N.Y., Macmillan, 1922. 

Problem of nationalities and government in Canada, 
Levermore, C. H. The Anglo-American Agreement of 1817. Boston, World Peace 

Foundation, 1924. vol. IV. No. 4. 
A concise, authentic account. 

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Long, M. H. History of the Canadian people. Toronto. Ryerson, 1942. 

Exploration, settlement, and early economic development. 
*Macdonald, Norman. Canada 17631841. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1939. 

Concerned with internal problems. 
*Parkman, Francis. The struggle for a continent. Boston, Little, Brown, 1934. 

Incidents in the struggle for supremacy. 
Powell, E. A. Marches of the North. N.Y., Grosset, 1934. 

The northern frontier. 

Samuel S. comp. Seven years' war in Canada. 17561763. N.Y., Ryerson Press, 
1935. 

Political and military account. 
Shore, Maxine and Oblinger, M. M. Knight of the wilderness. N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 

Alexander Mackenzie, and the fur trade. 

Tucker, G. N. Canadian commercial revolution. 1845 1851. New Haven, Conn., 
Yale Univ. Press, 1936. 

Economic considerations. For the mature student 
Wrong, G. M. Canada and the American Revolution. N.Y., Macmillan, 193-5. 

Canadian public opinion, and its expression towards the parties in the conflict 
*Wrong, G. M. The conquest of New France. New Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. 
Press, 1921. 

Struggle for supremacy in North America. 

III. CONFEDERATION, AND AFTER, 1867 

STORIES 

1870-1930 

Becker, Mrs. May L. Golden tales of Canada. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1938. 
Short stories which reveal the spirit of the country. 

1914-1918 

Bell, R. W. Canada in war-paint. N.Y., Dutton, 1917. 
Canada in the World War. 

1890-1914 

Bindloss, Harold. Prairie patrol. N.Y., Stokes, 1931. 
Problem of agriculture in Canada. 

1938-1940 

Bonner, Mary G. Danger on the coast. N.Y., Knopf, 1941 
A story of Nova Scotia. 

1940-1942 

fBrier, H. M. Sky freighter. N.Y., Random House, 1942. 

Sky pilots who transported freight to the Arctic in World War IL 

1940-1946 

Campbell, Grace McL. Fresh wind blowing. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 194& 
Canada during World War II. 

1865-1870 

Cody, H. A. Fighting-slogan. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1926. 
Fenian activities, 

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1869-1886 

Constantine-Weyer, Maurice. The half-breed. N.Y., Macaulay, 1930. 
Rebellions of 1869, and 1885. 

1900-1940 

fDavis, Robert. Hudson Bay Express. N.Y., Holiday House, 1942. 
Transportation problems in Eastern Canadian wilderness. 

1918-1938 

Dinwoodie, Hepburn. Storms on the Labrador. London, Oxford Univ. 

Press, 1939. 
Social, and economic problems in Labrador. 

1939-1941 

Evatt, Harriet. Suzette's family. Indianapolis, Bpbbs-Merrill, 1941. 
Refugee children in French-Canadian homes during World War II. 

1930-1938 

Fowler, B. B. The Lord helps those . . . N.Y, Vanguard Press, 1938. 
How the people of Nova Scotia solved their problems during the 
depression. 

1880-1910 

Card, R. E. Johnny Chinook. N.Y., Longmans, 1945. 
Tall tales of prospectors, Indians, mounted police. Mature. 

1890-1930 

*Grenfdl, Sir W. T. Romance of Labrador. N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 
History and legends. 

1880-1900 

fGrey Owl. Sajo and the beaver people. N.Y., Scribner, 1937, 
A simple account of Indian life in the wild North. 

1880-1890 

fGrey Owl. Tales of an empty cabin. N,Y., Dodd, Mead, 1936. 
Indian environment in Northern Canada. 

1900-1930 

Haworth, P. L. Caverns of Sunset. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1930. 
Life and adventure in western Canada. 

1914-1918 

Kerr, W. B. Arms and the maple leaf. Seaforth, Ontario, McLean, 1943. 
Personal experience in World War L 

1900-1914 

Leechman, Douglas. Eskimo summer. Boston, Bruce Humphries, 1945. 
An archaeologist in northern Canada, 

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1920-1940 

fLongstreth, T. M. Mounty in a Jeep. N.Y., Macmillan, 1949, 
Law enforcement in Canada. 

1873-1890 

*McClung, Nellie L. Clearing in the west. N.Y., Revell, 1936. 
Pioneering in northwest Canada. The Rebellion. 

1850-1870 

McCulloch, J. H. The men of Kildonan, a romance of Selkirk settlers. 

N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1926. 
Settlement of Canada. 

1869-1885 

MacGregor, Mrs. Mary E. M. A gentleman adventurer. N.Y., Double- 
day, Doran, 1924. 
Louis Riel Rebellion. 

1917-1939 

MacLennan, Hugh. Two solitudes. N.Y., Duel, Sloan, 1945. 
Conflict between the English and French in Quebec. 

1870-1900 

fMeader, S. W. Trap-lines north. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1936. 
Frontier life in Ontario. 

1900-1914 

*Merrick, Elliott. Frost and fire. N.Y., Scribner's, 1939. 
The fur trade in northern Canada at the present time. 

1900-1914 

*fNorth, R. C. Bob North starts exploring. N.Y., Putnam, 1927. 
Social life in Northern Ontario. 

1940-1942 

fO'Brien, J. S. Return of Silver Chief. N.Y., Winston, 1943. 
A dog with the mounted police during the war. 

1914-1918 

Peat, H. R. Private Peat. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1917. 
World War. 

1910-1920 

f Phillips, Ethel C, Gay Madelon. Boston Houghton, Mifflin, 1931. 
A simple story of life in French Canada. 

1920-1937 

Pinkerton, Mrs, Kathrene S. Wilderness wife. N.Y., Carrack & Evans, 

1937. 
Primitive conditions in northern Canada. 

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1939-1942 

Priestly, J. B. Black-out in Gretley. N.Y., Harper, 1942. 
Counter-espionage. 

1900.1914 

*f Sauer, Julia L. Fog^ magic. N.Y., Viking, 1943. 
Life in Nova Scotia. 

1875-1890 

Sullivan, Alan. The great divide. London, Dickson & Thompson, 1935. 
Building of the Grand Trunk Railway. 

1880-1914 

fTallant, Edith. Danny and Prue. N.Y., Crowell, 1938. 
Life in Labrador. Dr. Grenfell. 

1914-1918 

fWallace, Dillon. Ragged Inlet guards. N.Y., Revell, 1920. 
The guarding of Ragged Inlet during the World War. 

1900-1920 

fWallace, Dillon, Story of Grenfell of Labrador. N.Y., Revell, 1922. 
Adventures in social service of the doctor in Labrador. 

1890-1899 

Young, S. H. The Klondike clan. N.Y., Revell, 1916. 
The Klondike gold-rush. 

BIOGRAPHY, NAKRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Angus, H. F., ed. Canada and her great neighbor. New Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. 
Press, 1938. 

Relations of Canada and the United States. 
*Beston, Henry. The St. Lawrence. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1942. 

The importance of the river. 
*fBonner, Mary G. Canada and her story. N.Y., Knopf, 1942. 

History, geography, and occupations. 
*fBoswell, Hazel. French Canada. N. Y., Viking, 1938. 

Quebec of the past and the present. 
Brown, George W. Canada. Berkeley, Calif. California Univ. Press, 1950. 

Outstanding writers analyze Canada past, present, and future. Mature. 
tBuchanan, D. W. ed. This is Canada. Toronto, Ryerson, 1944. 

A good general account. 
*Campbell, Marjorie W. Saskatchwan. (Rivers of America). N.Y., Rinehart, 1950. 

What that river has meant to the history, and development of Canada. 
Canadian problems as seen by twenty outstanding men in Canada. London. Oxford 
Univ. Press, 1933. 

Authoritative statements. For the mature student. 
Corbet, P. E. and Smith, H .A. Canada and world politics. Toronto, Ryerson, 1939. 

Diplomatic relations. 
Corbet, P. E. Settlement of Canadian-American disputes. New Haven, Conn., Yale 

Univ. Press, 1937. 
Creighton, D. G. Dominion of the north. Bost., Houghton, 1944. 

Development of the country. Mature. 

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Davis, R. H. Canada cavalcade. N.Y., Appleton- Century, 1937. 

Social life and customs. 

Dawson, R. M., ed. Constitutional issues in Canada 1900-1931. London, Oxford 
Univ. Press, 1933. 

For the mature student 

*Dawson, Robert MacGregor. Democratic Government in Canada. Univ. of 
Minnesota Press, 1949. 

Account of government, National, Provincial, and Municipal. Mature. 
Fetherstonhaugh, R. C. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police. N.Y., Carrick & 
Evans, 1938. 

The purpose of the force, and how they have maintained law and order 
fFox, Genevieve M. Sir Wilfred Grenfell. N.Y., Crowell, 1942. 

An interesting biography. 
*Gibbon, J. M. Canadian mosaic. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1938. 

The foreign population represented in Canada, and their contribution to the 

building up of the country. 
Gibbon, J. M. Steel of Empire. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1935. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway. 

*fHarris, Mrs. Leila G. and Harris, W. K. Canadian ways. Bloomington, HI., 
McKnight, 1939. 

The geographic and economic condition with their historical background. 
Hedges, J. B. Building the Canadian West. N. Y., Macmillan, 1939. 

Conditions that have made for the growth of the region, 

Hutchinson, Bruce. . Unknown country f Canada and her people. N.Y., Coward 
McCann, 1942. 

National characteristics. Mature. 
*Johnsen, Julia E. Canada and the western hemisphere. N.Y., Wilson, 1944. 

Relations with the U.S.A. A reference book. 

*Kennedy, W. P. M. The Constitution of Canada, and introduction to its develop- 
ment and law. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1922. 

Responsible government 
Laytha, Edgar. North again for gold. N.Y., Stokes, 1939. 

"The recent emergence of Canadian-Arctic communities," Discovery of gold. 
Leacock, S. B. All right Mr. Roosevelt. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1939. 

The United States and Canada. 

Logan, H. A. The History of trade union organisation in Canada. Chicago, Univ. 
of Chicago Press, 1928. 

Labor problems. For the mature student. 
Lowell, A. L. and Hill, H. D. The British Commonwealth of Nations. Boston, 

World Peace Foundation Pamphlets, 1927. 
McHenry, Dean E. Third force in Canada. Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1950. 

Cooperative Commonwealth Federation. Mature, 
Mdnnis, Edgar. Canada. N.Y., Rinehart, 1947. 

A political and social history. 
Patterson, G. Story of Britain and Canada. N.Y., Ryersoa Press, 1934. 

Important in understanding the relation of Canada to the mother country. 

Importance of Canada during, and after World War. 
Peat, Louisa W. Canada: new world power. N.Y., McBride, 1945. 
fPeck, Anne M. Pageant of Canadian history. N.Y., Longmans, 1943. 

An interesting account 
fPeck, Anne M. Young Canada. N.Y., McBride, 1943. 

Good choice of material. 

*Porritt, E. Evolution of the Dominion of Canada. Yookers-on-Httdson, World 
Book Co., 1918. 

British North American Act 

*tQuiniL Vernon. Picture map geography of Canada and Alaska. Phila^ Lippincott, 
1944. 

Good illustrative material. 

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*fRoss, Frances A. The land and the people of Canada. Phila., Lippincott, 1947. 

A very readable account. 

Shortt, A. Early economic effects of the War upon Canada. Washington, D.C., Car- 
negie Peace Foundation, 1918. 
Shotwell, J. T. Heritage of freedom. N.Y., Scribner, 1934. 

Canadian foreign relations. 
tTalbot, F. A. A. The Canadian Pacific Railway. London, Black, 1915. 

A simple, clear account. 

*Thomas, Lowell and Barton, Rex. In New Brunswick we'll find it. N.Y., Appleton- 
Century, 1939. 

An informal account that gives economic and social information. 
Tousey, Sanford. Northwest Mounted Police. Chic. Rand McNally, 1946. 

Canadian law and order. 
*Trotter, R. G. Canadian Federation. Toronto, Canada, Dent, 1924. 

A foundation book on the subject. For the mature student. 
*Wittke, Carl. A history of Canada, Rev. ed. N.Y., Crofts, 1933. 

The British American Act of 1867, 1907, and 1915 is included in the appendix. 
*Wrong, G. M. The Canadians. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 

A well organized history. 



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I. DISCOVERY, EXPLORATION AND CONQUEST, 1400-1808 

STORIES 
1400-1600 

Alegria, Giro. Broad and alien is the world. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 

1941. 
Early civilization in Chile in contact with the European. 

1700-1800 

*f Alegria, Fernando. Lauta.ro. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. 
Indians of Chile. Spanish invasion. 

1533-1534 

Birney, Hoffman. Brothers of doom. N.Y., Putnam, 1942. 
Story of Pizarro. Mature. 

1541-1550 

fBronson, W. S. Stooping Hawk and Stranded Whale. N.Y., Harcourt, 

1942. 
Seri Indians, and invading Spanish armies in Mexico. 

?? 

Campbell, Camilla. Star mountain and other legends of Mexico. N.Y*, 

Crowell, 1946. 
Azetc, Mayan, and Toltec legends. 

1598-1609 

fCannon, Cornelia J. The fight for the Pueblo. Boston, Houghton MifHin, 

1934. 
"The story of the Onate Expedition, and the founding of Santa Fe." 

1650-1700 

f Cannon, Cornelia J. Lazaro in the Pueblos. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1931. 

Early Spanish exploration in the southwestern part of the United 
States. 

1531-1550 

*Craine, Edith J. Conquistador. N.Y., Duffidd, 193L 
Career of Cieza de Leon in colonizing Peru. 

1530-1545 

*Craine, Edith J. The victors. N.Y., Duffidd, 1933. 

Conquest of Peru. Follows the narrative of Gartilasso de Vega. 

1532-1540 

fDesmnd, Alice C For cross and country. N.Y., Dodd, 1941. 
Pizarro in Peru. 

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1536.1600 

Dobie, J. F. Coronado's children. N.Y., Grosset, 1930. 

Tales of the lost mines, and the buried treasure of the Incas. 

1533-1541 

f Duvoisin, R. A. Four corners of the world. N.Y., Knopf, 1948. 
Life of Pizarro. Exploration, and conquest. 

1531-1540 

Eliot, EtheL Roses for Mexico. N.Y., Macmillan, 1946. 
Story of Our Lady Guadalupe. 

1492-1600 

*fFinger, C. J. Tales from silver lands. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1924. 
Folklore stories of South America. A Newberry Medal Book. 

1519-1536 

Franck, H. A. Trailing Cortez through Mexico. N.Y., Stokes, 1935. 
Reconstructs the early social life. Information is interspersed with 
interesting episodes. A fictionized travel account. 

1700-1800 

Irvine, Helen D. Fray Mario. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1939. 
Religious and social life in Chile. 

?-? 

f*Janvier, T. A. Aztec treasure-house. N.Y., Harper, 1946. 
A new edition of the archeological favorite. 

1535-1542 

Knapp, G. L. Quest of the golden cities. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1923. 
Coronado's expedition in Mexico. 

15th Cent. 

fKnight, Clayton. Quest of the Golden Condor. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 
Early legends of Peru. 

1773-1780 

fLee, MeHcinet H. Village of singing birds. N.Y., Harper, 1942. 
Life in Antigua during the earthquake. 

1517-1550 

fMalkus, Alida S. A fifth for the King. N.Y., Harper, 1931. 
"The conquest of Yucatan, and the discovery of the Amazon/' 

?-? 

*fMeans, Philip. Tupak of the Incas. N.Y., Scribner, 1942. 
Based on archeological discoveries. 

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1500-1600 

*tMffler, L. E. Hidden people. N.Y., Scribner, 1920. 
A search for Inca treasure in South America. 

1700-1800 

Minnigerode, Meade. Terror of Peru. N.Y., Farrar & Rinefaart, 1940. 
Conditions in Peru, 

1540-1600 

fMoon, Mrs. Grace P. Arrow of Tee-May. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

1931. 
The Spaniards in Mexico. 

1530-1645 

Nttes, Mrs. Blair. Day of immense sun. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1936. 
Spanish conquest and attempts at colonization. 

1523-1528 

Niles, Mrs. Blair. Maria Paluna. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1934. 
Early history of Guatemala. 

1635-1678 

fOldham. E. B. Pedro's pirate. Boston, Lothrop, Lee, Shepard, 1941. 
The sack of Panama by Morgan. 

?-? 

Roach, Francis. Blue-eyed God. CaldwelL Idaho, Caxton, 1938. 
Civilization of the Toltecs. 

1600-1700 

*fScott, Lena B. Dawn boy of the Pueblos. Philadelphia, Winston, 1935. 
Early pueblo life and civilization in New Mexico. 

1485*1547 

Shellabarger, Samuel. Captain from Castile. Boston, Little, Brown, 1945, 
Cortes, and his conquest of Mexico. Mature. 

1519-1530 

Smith, A. D. Conqueror. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1933. 
Story of Cortes, and Montezuma. 

1492-1500 

Verrill, A. H. Incas treasure house. London, Harrap, 1936. 
Search for treasure. 

BIOGRAPHY, NABRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Blom, F. F. The conquest of Yucatan. Boston, Hooghton Miffltn, 1936. 

The stress is on the cultural, and social aspects. 
fBusoni, Rafaello. Mexico and the Inca lands. N.Y., Holiday House, 1942. 

Early history. 
fCarr, Mrs. K. C South American primer. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 1939. 

Important and interesting information in concise form. 

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Chapman, C. E. Colonial Hispanic America. N.Y., Maonillan, 1933. 
Colonization attempts made by Spain and Portugal in America. 
Davis, E. A. Legends from the valley of Mexico. Univ. of Oklahoma, 1946. 

Legends and myths. Mature. 
Garst, D. S. Three Conquistadores. N.Y., Messner, 1947. 

Biog. of Cortes, Coronado, Pizarro. 
*tHasbrouck, Louise S. Mexico from Cortes to Carransa. N.Y., Appleton- Century, 

1937. 

Well chosen details illustrating the history of the country. 
Herzog, B. G. and Diaz del Castillo, B. Cortes and the conquest of Mexico, N.Y., 

Scott, 1942. 
Life of Cortez. 
fHewett, Edgar L. Ancient life in Mexico and Central America, Indianapolis, 

Bobbs-Merrill, 1936. 
Jones, P. A. Coronado and Quivira. 3rd rev. ed. Lyons, Kansas, Lyons Pub. Co., 

1937. 

A well organized account 
Kirkpatrick, F. A. The Spanish Conquistadores. N.Y., Macmillan, 1937. 

A detailed account for the mature student, 
*fLang, Andrew. Conquest of Montezuma's empire. New ed. N.Y., Longmans, 

Green, 1936. 

Well chosen details make this a very interesting history. 
Lockwood, F. C. Stories of the Spanish Missions of the Middle-Southwest. Santa 

Ana, Calif., Fine Arts, 1934. 

Spanish, and Catholic influences in the early history of the region, 
Lockwood, F. C. With Padre Kino on the trail. Tucson, Ariz., Univ. of Arizona 

Press, 1934. 

The contribution of the Friars to the social, economic and religious life. 
Maynard, Theodore. De Soto and the Conquistadores. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 

1930. 

The expedition to Florida. 
Means, Philip A. Fall of the Inca Empire. N.Y., Scribner, 1932. 

Conditions in Peru. 
*Means, Philip A. Spanish Main. N.Y., Scribner, 1945. 

Exploration, and rivalry of the European nations. 
*tMorris, Ann A. Digging in the Southwest. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 

Archaeological account of the early culture. 
*fMoms, Ann A. Digging in Yucatan. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1931. 

The archaeology of the country. 
O'Neill, George, Golden years in Paraguay. London, Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 

1934. 

A history of the Jesuit missions, 1600-1767. 
*fPeck, Anne M, and Meras, Edmond. Spain in Europe and America. N.Y., Harper, 



Era of exploration, and colonization. 
*Prescott, W. H. Conquest of Mexico. Blue Ribbon Bks., 1943. 

A fundamental account 
*Repplier, Agnes. Junipero Serra. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 

The part played by the Franciscan missionary in the colonization of California. 
Roberts, W. A. Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer and Governor. N.Y., Covici, 1933. 

The part played by pirates in the early history of Latin America. 
*Robinson, H. M. Stout Cortez. N.Y., Century, 1931. 

The daring days of the Spanish Conquistadores. 

Rothery, Agnes E. Central America and the Spanish Main. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin, 1929. 

Pirate, and Spanish sea power in the Caribbean Sea. 
*tSanchez, Mrs. N. V. deG. Stories of Latin American States. N.Y., Crowell, 1934. 

Well chosen, simple account 
*fShippen, Katherine B. New found world. N.Y., Viking, 1945. 

Conquest of South America. Cortes, Pizarro. 

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Spence, Hartzell. Vain shadow. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1947. 

Discovery of the Amazon. Mature. 

*Spinden, H. J. Ancient civilisation of Mexico and Central America. 3rd and rev. 
ed. N.Y., American Museum of Natural History, 1928. 

A fine description of the antiquities of the countries. 
*Stiles, Helen E. Pottery of the American Indians. N.Y., Button, 1939. 

Mainly concerned with the pottery of the Indians of Latin American countries. 
fStrawn, Arthur. Sails and swords. N.Y., Brentano, 1926. 

Balboa, and the discovery of the Pacific. 
Thompson, J. E. Mexico before Cortes. N.Y., Scribner, 1933. 

Before the coming of the Spaniards. 
*Verrill, A. H. They found gold. N,Y., Putnam, 1936. 

Treasure hunters in Latin American countries. 

*fWebster, Hutton. History of Latin America. 2nd ed. rev. and augmented by 
R. D. Hussey. Boston, Heath, 1936. 

A fine outline history. 
*Wilson, Lawrence. Story of Cortes; conqueror of Mexico. N.Y., Button, 1937. 

An interesting 1 account. 

Zimmerman, A. F. Francisco de Toledo, Fifth Viceroy of Pent. Caldwell, Idaho, 
Caxton Printers, 1938. 

Colonial organizations, and administration. 

II. STRUGGLES FOR INDEPENDENCE, 1808-1867 

STOKIES 
1780-1848 

f Atkins, Elizabeth H. Little Wolfs brother. N.Y., Stokes, 1939. 
A story of Indians and Spaniards in California. 

1850-1872 

f Baker, Nina B. Juarez, hero of Mexico. N.Y., Vanguard, 1942. 
Fict. Biog. 

1840-1860 

Barker, R. L. Caballeros. N.Y., Appleton, 1931. 
Spanish traditions in Santa Fe, and the Southwest. 

1860-1870 

f Barnes, Nancy. Carlotta r American Empress. N.Y., Messner, 1943. 
Maximilian and Carlotta in Mexico. 

1776-1781 

Benet, S. V. Spanish bayonets. N.Y., Doran, 1926. 
Florida in the Revolutionary period, 

1860-1870 

Burney, Hoffman. Eagle in the sun. N.Y., Putnam, 1935. 
Mexico in the Southwest during the struggle for Independence, 

1800-1840 

*De La Rhue, T. Spanish trails. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton Printers, 1937. 
Spanish, and Mexican pioneers in the Southwest. 

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1808-1867 

Forester, C S. Beat to quarters. Boston, Little, Brown, 1937. 
Foreign help in the struggle for independence. 

18104820 

Gorman, H. S. Cry of Dolores. N.Y., Rinehart, 1948. 
A story of the Revolution in Mexico. 

1840-1850 

Gorman, Herbert S. Wine of San Lorenzo. N.Y., Farar & Rinehart, 

1945. 
Conflict of Mexicans and Texans. 

1864-1870 

Harding Bertita. Phantom crown. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1934. 
Story of Maximilian and Carlotta in Mexico. 

1860-1867 

Henderson, Daniel. A crown for Carlotta. N.Y., Stokes, 1929. 
Mexican struggle for independence. 

18th-19th Cent* 

*Hudson, W. H. Tales of the Gauchos. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 
Stories of the South Ainerican cowboys. Mature. 

1800-1850 

f Kummer, F. A. Courage over the Andes. Philadelphia, Winston, 1940. 
Interesting story. 

1800-1900 

Levy, Harry. Bombero. N.Y., Knopf, 1943. 
Tales from Latin America. 

1800-1840 

*Malkus, Alida S. Caravans to Santa Fe. N.Y., Harper, 1928. 
Mexico in the Southwest. 

1840-1865 

*t Moon, Carl. The flaming arrow. N.Y., Stokes, 1927. 
The pueblo life in the Southwest. 

1860-1867 

Niles, Blair. Passengers to Mexico. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1943. 
Maximilian and Carlotta. 

1830-1850 

OTDdl, Scott. Woman of Spain. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1934. 
Spanish California. 

1824-1830 

f Raine, Alice. Eagle of Guatemala. N.Y., Harcourt, 1947. 
Fict. Biog. Barrios. 

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1809-1820 

Reynolds, Robert. Paquita. N.Y., Putnam, 1947. 
Effect of the Mexican revolution on the people. 

1830-1848 

f Skinner, Constance. The ranch of the Golden Flowers. N.Y., Macmillan, 

1928. 
Spanish California 

1850-1860 

Spearman, F. H. Carmen of the Rancho. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1937. 
Spanish California. 

1814-1820 

Teihet, D. LeO. Retreat from the Dolphin. Boston, Little, Brown, 1943. 
Revolution in Chile in 1815. 

1822-1886 

*Wellman,, P. I. Death in the desert. N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 
"The fifty years' war for the great Southwest." 

1820-1848 

White, S. E. Ranchero. N.Y., Sun Dial Press, 1939. 
Spanish California. 

1808-1860 

*Wilder, T. N. Bridge of San Lius Rey. N.Y., Boni & Uveright, 1927. 
Life in Peru in the troubled times of the revolutions. 



BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Belattde, V. A. Bolivar and the political thought of the Spanish American revolu- 
tion. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1938. 

A basic discussion of the subject For the mature student 
Brown, Rose J. American Emperor. N.Y., Viking, 1945. 

Dom Pedro II of Brazil. 
Callcott, W. H. Santa Anna. Norman, Oklahoma, Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1936. 

The stress is on the political, and military aspects. 
tCharnley, M. V. Jean Lafitte gentleman smuggler. N.Y., Viking, 1934. 

The part pirates played in the struggle for independence. 
Correa da Costa, Sergio. Every inch a King. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 

Biog. of Dom Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil. 
fCriss, Mildred. Dom Pedro of Brasil. N.Y., Dodd, 1945, 

A simple treatment 
De Rpnde, Philip. Paraguay. N.Y., Putnam, 1935. 

Mainly concerned with war with Bolivia, 
Fergusson, Harvey. Rio Grande. N.Y., Knopf, 1936. 

The civilization of the Rio Grande basin. 
*Gibbon, H. A. The new map of South America. N.Y., Century, 1928, 

Geographk conditions and political alignments in the South American Republics. 
tGreenbie, Sydney. Children of the sun. Chicago, Row-Peterson, 1943. 

Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Good Neighbor series. 

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Greene, Laurence. The filibuster, the career of William Walker. Indianapolis, 
Bobbs-Merrill, 1937. 

Characters, and events in the liberation of Central America. 
Hanighen, F. C Santa Anna, the Napoleon of the West. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 
1934. 

An evaluation of the events, and the men who played a part in gaining the in- 
dependence of Mexico. 
Harrison, Margaret H. Captain of the Andes. N.Y., R. R. Smith, 1943. 

Life of Don Jose de San Martin. 

Humphreys, Robin A. Evolution of Modern Latin America. N.Y., Oxford Univ. 
Press, 1946. 

Influence of immigration on the development 
Ives, Mabel L. He conquered the Andes. Host, Little, Brown, 1943. 

Life of Don Jose San Martin. 
fLansing, Marion F. Against all odds. Garden City, N.Y., Doren, 1942. 

Short biog. "Pioneers of South America." 

*fLansing, Marion F. Liberators and heroes of Mexico and Central America. 
Bost, Page, 1941. 

Short biographies. 
fLaut, Agnes. Pilgrims of the Santa Fe. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1937. 

Spanish trails. 

Marschall, P. and Crane, J. Dauntless liberator Simon Bolivar. N.Y., Appleton- 
Century, 1933. 

The man, and his methods. 
Otero, Nina. Old Spain in our Southwest. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1936. 

Legends, and folklore with their effects on customs. 

*Pares, Richard. War and trade in the West Indies. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 
1936. 

The economic aspects of the revolutions. For the mature student. 
Rojas, Richardo. San Martin, knight of the Andes. N.Y., Doubleday, 1945. 

Freedom of South America. 

Rydjord, John. Foreign intervention in the Independence of New Spain. Durham, 
N. C, Duke Univ. Press. 1935. 

An important discussion of the problem of intervention. For the mature student. 
tSchirmer, Mathilda, ^ed. Latin American leaders. Chicago, Becldey-Cardy, 1951. 

Ten short biographies of outstanding men. 
fStratton, R. E., and Wilson, H. E. Juarez of Mexico. Boston, Amer. Bk., 1942. 

Simple account of the social changes. 
Thompson, R. W. Portrait of a patriot. London, Collins, 1939. 

Story of the Revolution for Independence in the Argentine, and the part Juan 

Manuel de Rosas played in it 

Turner, C. W. Ruy Barbosa, Brazilian crusader for the essential freedoms. N.Y., 
Abingdon-Cokesbury, 1945. 

Conflicts and changes. 
*Van Loon, H. W. Life and times of Simon Bolivar. N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 

Freedom for Latin America. 
*Vaucaire, M. Bolivar the Liberator. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 

Life of the South American liberator. 
Von Hagen, V. W. South America called them. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

Naturalists, and scientists who explored. 
Warren, H. G. The sword was their passport. Louisiana State Univ. Press, 1943. 

Wars of Independence in Latin-America. Mature. 
*fWaugh, Mrs. Elizabeth D. Simdn Bolivar. N.Y., Macmillan, 1941. 

A story of courage. * 

Williams, Mary W. Dom Pedro, the Magnanimous. Chapel Hill, Univ. of North 

Carolina Press, 1937. 
The war for independence in Brazil. 

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EXPERIMENTS IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT, DEVELOPMENT, 1868- 

III. EXPERIMENTS IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT, 
AND DEVELOPMENT, 1868- 

STORIES 
1880-1930 

Alegria, Giro. Golden serpent. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1943. 
Life along South American river. 

1890-1930 

fBaker, Nina B. Inca gold. N.Y., Wilde, 1938. 
Adventure in search of Inca treasure. 

1900-1920 

f Bond, A. R. Pick, shovel and pluck. Rev. ed. N.Y., Scientific American 

Pub. Co., 1931. 
The engineering feats entailed in the building of the Panama Canal. 

1800-1900 

fBurbank, A. Cedar deer. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1940. 
Indian serfdom in Guatemala. 

1930-1942 

Calder-Marshall, Arthur. Way to Santiago. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 

1949. 
Nazi intrigue in Mexico. 

1900-1941 

Cameron, Anne. House of TrujUlo. N.Y., Appleton, 1935. 
Planning a Revolution. 

1940-1949 

Chandos, Dane. House in the sun. N.Y., Putnam, 1949. 
Life south of the Rio Grande. Mexico, 

1940-1945 

Chandos, Dane. Village in the sun. N.Y., Putnam, 1945. 
Life in a Mexican village during the war. 

1940-1945 

Chase, Allan. Five arrows. N.Y., Random, 1944. 
World War II mystery story. South America. 

1920-1930 

fCoatsworth, E. J, Boy with the parrot. N.Y., Macmillan, 1940. 
Modern Guatemala with the background of the ancient civilization. 

1918-1930 

f Comfort, M. Peter and Nancy in South America. Chicago, Becldey- 

Cardy, 1935. 
Life in South America at the present time. 

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1860-1870 

Conrad, Joseph. Nostrome. N.Y., Harper, 1904. 

South American frequent change of government with the attending 
revolution. 

1900-1940 

fCrespi, Pachita & Lee, Jessica. Mystery of the Mayan jewels. N.Y., 

Scribner, 1945. 
Conditions in modern Costa Rica. 

1870-1890 

Davis, R. H. Soldiers of fortune. N.Y., Scribner, 1902. 
Revolutions in South, and Central America. 

1925-1930 

f Decatur, D. D. Two young Americans in Mexico. Boston, Heath, 1938. 
The sights and scenes that reveal earlier civilization. 

1900-1940 

fDesmond, Mrs. Alice C. Jorge's journey. N.Y., Macmillan, 1942. 
Economic importance of coffee in Brazil. 

1940-1942 

Diamant, Gertrude. Days of Ofelia. Boston, Houghton, 1942. 
Social conditions in Mexico. 

1915-1925 

Diaz, Lpzano A. Enriquita and I. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. 
Life in Honduras. 

1920-1930 

fDitmars, R. L. Forest of adventure. N.Y., Macmillan, 1933. 
Exploration and adventure in the West Indies, and South America. 

1930-1941 

*fFelsen, Oregon Jungle highway. N.Y., Dutton, 1942. 
Building of the Pan-American highway. 

1900-1940 

*Ficke, A. D. Mrs. Morton of Mexico. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 1940. 
An American woman who lived the "good neighbor" policy. 

18804900 

fFinger, C. J. Dog at his heels. Philadelphia, Winston, 1936. 
Adventures in the Argentine. 

1900-1910 

fFinger, C. J. Give a man a horse. Philadelphia, Winston, 1938. 
Social and economic life in South America. 

1900-1912 

Foster, H. L. The adventures of a tropical tramp. N.Y., McBride, 1932. 
Travel adventures in South America. 

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1920-1930 

*Franck, H. A. Vagabonding down the Andes. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 

1938. 
A travel account of the history and social life of the region. 

1920-1935 

*Fuentes, Gregorio L. y. El Indio. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1939. 
The effect of the revolutions in Mexico on the Indian population. 

1900-1917 

f Gaines, Ruth and Read, Georgia W. Village shield. N.Y., Dutton, 1917. 
Mexican social and political life as revealed in a revolution. 

1900-1940 

*Harding, Bertita. Mosaic in the fountain. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1949. 
Mexican rebellions. Madero, Pancho Villa, Diaz. 

1900-1940 

f Hayes. Florence. Burro tamer. N.Y., Random, 1946. 
Life in modern Mexico. 

1930-1945 

Helm, MacKinley. A matter of love. N.Y., Harper, 1945. 
Short stories of the provinces in Mexico, Mature. 

1900-1939 

Hobart, Alice T. Peacock sheds his tail Indianapolis, Bobbs-MerrilL 

1945. 
Exploitation of natural resources in Mexico. 

1870-1890 

*Hudson, W. H. Green mansions. N.Y., Grosset, n.d. 

A poetic interpretation of life in the tropical forests of Venezuela. 

1919-1940 

James, Neill. Dust on my heart. N.Y., Scribner, 1946. 
Vagabonding in Mexico. 

1918-1928 

fJekyU, Grace B. Two boys in South American jungles. N.Y., Dutton, 

1929. 

The construction of the Medeira-Mamore Railroad in Brazil and 
Bolivia. 

1900-1930 

f Johnson, Enid. Runaway Balboa. N.Y., Harper, 1938. 

Life in Panama, and the effect of the Canal on the history of Panama. 

1918-1930 

f Kahlmann, Chesley, Raquel a girl of Puerto Rico. N.Y., Random, 1936. 
Life in present-day Puerto Rico. 

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1940-1949 

Larralde, Elsa. My house is yours. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1949. 
Social life, and attitudes in Mexico. Mature. 

1930-1940 

La Varre, W. Southward ho! N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1940. 
A travel story of a treasure hunt in South America. 

1930-1937 

Lee, Melicent H. Volcanoes in the sun. N.Y., Crowell, 1937. 
Social Hfe in Guatemala. 

1900-1920 

f Lide, Alice A. Aztec drums. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1938. 
Life in the South American jungle. 

1940-1942 

fLitten, F. N. Airmen of the Amazon. N.Y., Dodd, 1942. 
Air transportation before World War II. 

1925-1935 

*MacDonald, Norman. Orchid hunters. N.Y., Farrar, Rinehart, 1939, 
Travel story of life in the tropical interior of Venezuela. 

1919-1939 

fMalkus, Mrs. Alida S. Citadel of a hundred stairways. Philadelphia, 

Winston, 1941. 
Wealth of the mines in Peru. 

1900-1940 

Mitchell, Ruth C. Dust of Mexico. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1941. 
Sympathetic account of social life. 

1919-1939 

*Niggli, Josephine. Mexican village. Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1945. 
Short stories of village life, and attitudes. Mature. 

1940- 

Nunn, Guy. White shadows. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947. 
Problem of minorities, and tolerance in Mexico. 

1900-1947 

Nygaard, Norman. Deep forest. Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947. 
Conditions 1 in Cartagena, Columbia. Mature. 

1920-1930 

Overbeck, Alicia O'R. Living High. N.Y., Appleton, 1935. 
"At home in the far Andes/' Social life in Bolivia. 

1930-1939 

Pease, Howard. Highroad to adventure. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1939. 
New Mexican government, and attitude toward foreign investments. 

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EXPERIMENTS IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT, DEVELOPMENT, 1868- 

1877-1914 

Pinchon, Edgcumb. Zapata, the unconquerable. N.Y., Doubleday, 1941. 
Fict. Biog. 

1880-1900 

f Pollock, Katherine G. Sandalio goes to town. N,Y., Scribner, 1942. 
Social life in Chile. 

1920-1933 

fPurnell, IdeUa. Pedro the potter. N.Y., Nelson, 1938. 
The crafts of Mexico. 

1900-1930 

fRansome, Arthur. Swallowdale. Philadelphia, Uppincott, 1932. 
Life and adventure on the Amazon River. 

1930-1937 

Roberts, Edith. Candle in the sun. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1937. 
Politics in Latin America. 

1920-1940 

fSawyer, Ruth. The least one. N.Y., Viking, 1941. 
Fantasy and realism in Mexican social life, 

1930-1940 

fShields, Karena. Three in the jungle. N.Y., Harcourt, 1944. 
Adventures in a Mayan forest in Central America. 

1900-1920 

*fSkinner, Constance L. Tiger who walks alone. N.Y., Maonillan, 1927. 
Revolutions in Central America. 

1940-1948 

fStark, Bernice S. Adventure in Peru. N.Y., Messner, 1948. 
Social life and customs. 

1880-1900 

fSteen, E. EL Red Jungle boy. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1937. 
Life on the Araguaya River in Brazil. 

1920-1942 

f Tarshis, Elizabeth K. Village that learned to read. Boston, Houghton, 

1941. 
Problem of education in Mexico. 

1930-1933 

fThomas, Mrs. M. L. Paulo in the Chilean desert. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill, 1934. 
Social life in Chile. 

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1928-1933 

Tschiffely, A. R Tschiffetys ride, N.Y., Grosset, 1933. 

Through South America on horse-bade, with observations of the life 
and attitudes of the people. 

1920-1940 

fVon Hagen, Mrs. C. B. Forgotten Finca. N.Y., Nelson, 1944. 
Stories of Panama. 

1880-1920 

Wiese, Kurt. The parrot dealer. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1932. 
Colonizing the frontier districts of Brazil at the present time. 

1925-1930 

Williamson, T. R. Against the jungle. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1933. 
Life and adventure in the jungles of South America. 

1900-1914 

Williamson, T. R. Last of the Gauchos. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 

1937. 
Changing conditions in the economic life in the Argentine. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Arciniegas, German. Caribbean, sea of the New World. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

From the South American point-of-view. Mature. 

Seals, Carleton. The coming struggle for Latin American. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 
1938. 

The interest of Japan and Germany in the economic penetration of Latin 

America. 
Beals, Carleton. Fire on the Andes. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1934. 

The relations, political and economic of Peru. Bolivia, and Chile. 
Beals, Carleton. The Mexican mase. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1931. 

Complex political and economic conditions in Mexico. 

*fBishop, Farnham, Panama, past and Present. Rev. and enl. ed. N.Y., Appleton- 
Century, 1938. 

Valuable in understanding the Republic of Panama in the past, and at present. 
Bradford, Sax. Battle for Buenos Aires. N.Y., Harcourt, 1943. 

Argentina, a focus for fascism in South America. 
Brenner, Anita. Wind that swept Mexico. N.Y., Harper, 1943. 

Hist, of the Mexican revolution. 

*fBrown, Harriet McC. & Bailey, Helen M. Our Latin American neighbors. Bost. 
Houghton, 1947. 

Valuable information, geographic, economic, historical. 
Chapman, C. E. Republican Hispanic America: a history. N.Y., Macmillan, 1937. 

How the countries gained their independence, and the later developments. 
Chase, Stuart. A study of two Americas. N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 

A comparative study erf Mexico and the United States, 
dark, Sydney. All the best in Central America. N.Y., Dodd, 1946. 

What we want to know about that region, 

Clinton, D. J. (Thomas Rourke, pseud.) G6mes f tyrant of the Andes. N.Y., Mor- 
row, 1936. 

Political and economic conditions in Venezuela. 
fCrespi, Pachita. Wings over Central America. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 

Important information about the countries of that area. 
Crow, J. A. Epic of Latin America. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 

Interpretation of development. 

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EXPERIMENTS IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT, DEVELOPMENT, 1868- 

tCutright, Prudence and Others. Latin America, twenty friendly nations. N.Y., 
Macmillan, 1944. 

Good neighbor policy. 
fDalgliesh, Alice. They live in South America. N.Y., Scriboer, 1942, 

Information about countries and peoples. 
fDuggan, Laurence. The Americas. 3SLY, Holt, 1949. 

"Search for hemisphere security." 

*Duggan, Stephen. Latin America. World Affairs Book 15. N.Y., World Peace 
Foundation, 1936. 

"Contains what every American should know about Latin America." 
Dunn, H. H. The crimson Jester, Zapata of Mexico. N.Y., McBride, 1933. 

The motives for revolution, and methods of warfare in Mexico. 
Forbes, R. Eight republics in search of a future. N.Y., Stokes, 1933. 

The problems that confront the Central, and South American Republics. 
fGalt, Tom. Volcano. N.Y., Scribner, 1946. 

Newest volcano, Paricutin, in Mexico. 

"fGill, R- C. and Hoke, Helen L. Story of the other Americas. Bost, Houghton, 
1941. 

Interesting general account. 
*fGoetz, Delia. Half a hemisphere. N.Y., Harcourt, 1943. 

Good general account. 
tGoetz, Delia. Other young Americans. N.Y., Morrow, 1948. 

Life of children in T^ffr? America. 

*Greenup, Ruth and Greenup, Leonard. Revolution before breakfast. Chapel Hill, 
Univ. of N.C Press, 1947. 

Conditions in the Argentine. Mature^ 

Guerrant, E. O. Roosevelfs good neighbor policy. Albuquerque, Univ. of New 
Mexico Press, 1950. *.,-, 

Full discussion. Mature. 
Gunther, John. Inside Latin America. N.Y., Harper, 1940. 

Keen observation of conditions. 
*fHager, Alice, Brazil, giant of the south. N.Y., Macmillan, 1945. 

Description. 
Hanson, S. G. Utopia in Uruguay. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1938. 

Economic history of the country. For the mature student. 
tHolmes, Burton, ed. Mexico. N.Y., Wheeler Pt&. Co., 1939. 

Picturesque scenes, customs, and manners. 
Idell, A. E. Doorway in Antigua. N.Y., Sloan, 1949. 

Historical background of Guatemala. 

*Inman, S. G. Latin America its place in the world today. Chkago, Willett, dark, 
1937. 

International relations. 

Ireland, Gordon, Boundaries f possessions and conflicts in South America. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Harvard Univ. Press, 1938. 

States the problems. For the mature student, 
Josephs, Ray. Argentine diary. N.Y., Random, 1944. 

Nazi-Falange activities in Argentine. Mature. 
Judson, Lyman. Let's go to Peru. N.Y., Harper, 1951. 

Historical travel book. 
King, Mrs. Rosa E. Tempest over Mexico. Boston, Little, Brown, 1935. 

Mexican revolution, and its leaders. Madero, Huerto, Zapata. 
Loewenstein, Karl. Brazil under Vargas. N,Y., Macmillan, 19421 

Political history of the period Mature. 
Marett, R. H. K. An eye-witness of Mexico. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1939, 

Stress is on economic aspects. The expropriation of foreign oil companies. For 

the mature student 
fMason, Gregory. South of yesterday. Bost, Holt, 1940. 

Conditions in flic Yucatan peninsula, 

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*Munro, D. G. The United States and the Caribbean area. N.Y., World Peace 
Foundation, 1934. 

Political, and economic interests. 
Nicolay, Helen. Bridge of water. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1940. 

Story of Panama, and the Panama Canal. 
fNida, Stella H. Panama and its "bridge of water" Chicago, Rand-McNally, 1931. 

A simple account of the building of the Canal. 
Palma, Ricardo. Knights of the Cape. N.Y., Knopf, 1945. 

Selections giving episodes of history and legend from Peru. 
*Paulmier, H. C and Schauffler, R. H., eds. Pan-American Day, N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 

Anthology of prose and poetry for use. 
*Peck, Anne M. Pageant of Middle American history. N.Y. Longmans, 1947. 

From the early history of Spain in America to the present. Mexico, and Central 

America. 

Phillips, H. A. Argentina, pivot of Pan-American peace. N.Y., Hastings House, 
1944. 

Political and geographic considerations. Mature. 
Prewett, Virginia, Americas of tomorrow. N.Y., Button, 1944. 

Good neighbor policy. 

Reynolds, T. H. Economic aspects of the Monroe Doctrine. Nashville, Tenn. 
Peabody College for Teachers, 1938. 

A discussion of the involved economic questions. For the mature student. 
*Rippy, J. F. Latin America in World politics. N.Y., Crofts, 1938. 

International relations of the Latin American countries. 
tRothery, Agnes E. Central America roundabout. N.Y., Dodd, 1944. 

Description, and travel. 
Russell, W. R. Bolivar countries. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1949. 

Hist, of Columbia, Ecuador, and Venezuela. 
fStewart, ^Watt. Builders of Latin America. N.Y., Harper, 1942. 

Short biographies of the men who made contributions to political, and economic 
development. 

Stuart, G. H. Latin America and the United States. 3rd ed. rev. N.Y., Appleton- 
Century, 1938. 

A clear discussion of the complex subject. 
Tannenbaum, Frank. Mexico. N.Y., Knopf, 1950. 

"Struggle for peace and bread." Mature. 

Tomlinson, Edward. New roads to riches in the other Americas. N.Y., Scribner, 
1939. 

The present, and future economic possibilities. 
Toor, Frances. Three worlds of Peru. N.Y., Crown, 1949. 

Present Peru, -based on the past history. 
Von Hagen, Victor W. Jungle in the clouds. N.Y. Duell, Sloane, 1946. 

"Naturalist's exploration in Honduras." Includes historical material. 
*t Von Hagen, V. W. Riches of South America. Bost, Heath, 1942. 

Resources, and industries. 

Weyl, Nathaniel and Weyl, Sylvia. The reconquest of Mexico. London, Oxford 

Univ. Press, 1939. 

Biography of Cardenas, and his reforms in Mexico. 
Whitaker, J. T. Americas to the south. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 

Problems of the Latin American countries. 
*Wilgus, A. C. ed. The Caribbean area. Washington, D.C, George Washington 

Univ. Press, 1934. 
The conditions of the Central American countries. 

f Wright, Rose. Fun and festivals from the other Americas. N.Y., Friendship Press, 
1SJ4Z. 

Social life. 
Ybarra, T. R. America faces South. N.Y., Dodd, 1939. 

Information about twenty Latin American republics. 

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UNITED STATES 
I. DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION, 1400-1607 

STORIES 
1535-1542 

fCannon, C. J. The Pueblo boy. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1926. 
"A story of Coronado's search for the seven cities of Cibola." 

1535-1542 

fCannon, C. J. The Pueblo girl Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 
"Story of Coronado on the Rio Grande." 

1000-? 

fCoblentz, Catherine C. Falcon of Eric, the red. N.Y., Longmans, 1942. 
Leif the Lucky in North America. 

1505-1521 

Finger, C. J. Courageous companions. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1929. 
Early exploration in America. Magellan, 

1450-1493 

*Gilmore, M. R. Prairies smoke. N.Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1929. 
"Indians and animals that roamed on the northern prairie for centuries 
before the coming of Columbus. 

1400-1492 

fGregor, E. R. The War chief. N.Y., Appleton ,1927. 
North America before the coming of the white men. 

1000 

*Hough, C. S. Leif the Lucky, a romantic saga of the sons of Erik the 

Red. N.Y., Century, 1926. 
Norse exploration in America. Discovery of Vinland. 

1000 

f Johnston, C. H. L. Our little Viking cousins of long ago. Boston, L. C. 

Page Co., 1916. 

Exploration of Leif Ericson, together with the social life and customs 
of the Vikings. 

1585-1587 

Johnston, Mary. Croatan. Boston, Little, Brown, 1923. 

First settlers in Vriginia under Sir Walter Raleigh. Good social back- 
ground material. 

1492-1500 

fMeadowcroft, Enid LaM. Ship boy with Columbus. N.Y., Crowefl, 1942. 
Discovery of America. 

1600-1657 

Meigs, C. L. Rain on the roof. N.Y., Macmiflan, 1925. 
Beginnings of America in England; William Bradford. 

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1604-1606 

*Robinson, Gertrude. Robeen. N.Y., Dutton, 1938. 

Gives the customs, languages and characteristics of the Indians in 
Maine before the Colonial era. Based on authentic documents. 

1605-1620 

*fRobinson, Gertrude. Sachim bird. N.Y., Dutton, 1936. 
Life of the Indians in early Maine. 

1492-1700 

*fRolt-Wheeler, Francis. In the days before Columbus. N.Y., Doran, 
Early Exploration and settlement of America. 

1400-1492 

*tRolt?- Wheeler, Francis. In the days before Columbus. N.Y., Doran, 

1921. 
America in pre-historic times. 

1492-1510 

*Smith, H. J. Senor Zero. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1931. 

"The legend of a boy who was a stowaway on Columbus' first voyage." 

1492-1502 

fStables, Gordon. Westward with Columbus. N.Y., Scribner, n.d. 
Vivid description of the voyages of Columbus. 

1600-1620 

fThompson, Wolfe. The circle of the braves. N.Y., Stokes, 1931. 
A story of the Indians before the white men came. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Adains, R. G. The gateway to American history. Illus. Boston, Little, Brown, 1927. 

Pictorial history of discovery and exploration of the new world. 
fBleeker, Sonia. Indians of the longhouse. N.Y., Morrow, 1950. 

Life of the Iroquois before the coming of the white man. 
*Bradford, William. History of the Plymouth Colony. N.Y., Black, 1948. 
. A modern version. Mature. 
fBunce, W. H. Chula, son of the mound builders. N.Y., Dutton, 1942. 

Indians of Southeastern U. S. A. 
Clay, Oliver. The Treasure finders; or How the adventurers of four countries 

sought a new world. N.Y., Duffield, 1914. 
fDalgliesh, Alice. America begins. N.Y., Scribner, 1938. 

Early exploration, and discovery of America, 
fElting, Mary. First book of Indians. N.Y., Watts, 1950. 

Origin and location of tribes. Maps are useful. 
fField, W. T. Finding the new world. Boston, Ginn, 1935. 

Short biographies. From Leif the Lucky to the Pilgrims of Plymouth. 
Garland, Hamlra. The Book of the American Indian. N.Y., Harper, 1923. 
Gordy, W. F. American beginnings in Europe. N.Y., Scribner, 1919. 
*fGuerber, H. A. Story of our civilisation. N.Y,, Holt, 1926. 

What other civilizations have contributed to American culture. 
*tH^eck, R. P., and Frantz, Juliette. Our nation's heritage. N.Y., American Book 

"What the old world contributed to the new." 

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fHasbrouck, L. S. LaSalle. N.Y., Macmillan, 1916. 

Account of LaSalle's career. 

Hildebrand, A. S- Magellan; A general account of the life and times and remark- 
able adventures by land and sea, of the most eminent and renowned navigator, 
Ferdinand Magellan. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1924. 
Hodges, C. W. Columbus sails. N.Y., Cbward-McCann, 1939. 

Life of Columbus. 
Holland, H. R. America 1355-1364. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1946. 

PreColumbian history. Mature. 

Houben, H. H. Christopher Columbus, the tragedy of a discoverer. N.Y., Button, 
1936. 

Based on source material. 
Howe, H. F. Prologue to New England. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1943. 

American discovery and exploration. 

Irving, Washington. The voyages of Columbus, ed. by Winifred Hulbert N.Y., 
Macmillan, 1931. 

Abridged from Irving's history. 
fKelty, M. G. The Old-world beginnings of America. Boston, Ginn, 1932. 

The background of American civilization told in simple form, 
fLockridge, R. F. LaSalle. N.Y., World Book Co., 1931. 

Early American exploration. 
McNickel, D'Arcy. They came here first. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1949, 

Epic of the American Indian. 

Morris, Charles. Heroes of discovery in America. Second edition revised and en- 
larged Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1919. 

General account of discoveries from earliest times to the arctic explorations. 
*tPotter, Edna. Christopher Columbus. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1932. 

Very vivid and sympathetic account 
*Priestley, H. I. The Coming of the white man. (A History of American life 

vol. I.) N.Y., Macmillan, 1929. 

Good background material for the discovery and exploration of North America, 
*Radin, Paul. The Story of the American Indian. N.Y., Boni & Liveright, 1927. 
"An attempt to describe some of the more salient traits of the life of the Ameri- 
can Indians.*' 
fSouthworth, Gertrude V. D. America's old world background. New Ed Syracnse, 

N.Y., Iroquois, 1943. 
*f Starr, Frederick American Indians, Boston, Heath, 1898. 

Social and economic life. 
*fTharp, Louise H. Chamjtain* Boston, Little, Brown, 1944. 

Life in France, and travels in America. 
*Verrill, A. H. Our Indians. N.Y., Putnam, 1935. 

The story of the Indians in the United States. The illustrations add much to 
the value of the material. 

II. COLONIZATION AND THE STRUGGLE FOR 
SUPREMACY IN NORTH AMERICA, 1607-1763 

1756-1763 

fAltshder, J. A. The Riders of the lakes. N.Y., Appteton, 1917. 
French and Indian War ; Braddock's defeat, 1755. (Seven Years' War, 
1756-1763.) 

1620 

Austin, Mrs. J. G. Standish of Standish. Boston, Hoaghton MiffKn, 1919. 
Miles Standish and the Pilgrnns of the Plymouth Colony. 

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1608-1620 

*tBarbour, R. H. Giles of the Mayflower. N.Y,, Appleton, 1929. 
Settlement of America. 

1675 

fBarbour, R. H. Metipom's hostage. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1921. 
King Philip's War. 

1620-1700 

*f Barksdale, Lena. First Thanksgiving. N.Y., Knopf, 1942. 
A fine account. 

1646-1664 

*Barr, Mrs. A. E. (Huddleston). A Maid of old New York. N.Y., Dodd, 

Mead, 1911. 
New York at the time of Peter Stuyvesant. 

1664 

*fBennett, John. Barnaby Lee. N.Y., Century, 1902. 

Founding of New York and Maryland ; Peter Stuyvesant and Gover- 
nor Calvert 

1650-1700 

fBest, A. C. (Berry, Erick pseud.) Harvest of the Hudson. N.Y., Mac- 

millan, 1945. 
Dutch settlers. 

1660-1700 

fBest, A. C. Hudson frontier. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1942. 
Dutch in America. 

1756-1760 

Best, Herbert. Long portage. N.Y., Viking, 1948. 
French and Indian War. 

1700-1760 

Bolton, Ivy M. Rebels in bondage. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1938. 
Life in the Dutch colony of New Albany. 

1749-1756 

*Boyd, Thomas. Shadow of the long knives. N.Y., Scribner, 1928. 
Realistic account of the early days in the Virginia and Ohio settle- 
ments ; Mingoes ; Shawnee ; Indian warfare. 

1755-1760 

fBuck, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Powder Keg. Philadelphia, Penn, 1940. 
Colonial Pennsylvania during the French and Indian war. 

1696-1785 

*fCarroll, Mary T. Man who dared to care. N.Y., Longmans, 1942. 
Story of Oglethorpe in Georgia. 

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1718-1760 

Catherwood, M. H. Old Kaskaskia. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, n.d, 
French colonization of the Mississippi valley. 

1621-1625 

fCoatsworth, Elizabeth J. First adventure. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 
Plymouth settlement. 

1609-1630 

*fCoatsworth, Elizabeth J. The golden horseshoe. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 
Colonial Virginia. Relation of Indians and settlers. 

1745-1776 

Colony, Horatio. Free forest. Boston, Little, Brown, 1935. 
A novel of pioneer Kentucky. 

1643-1687 

Constantin-Weyer, Maurice. The French adventurer. N.Y., Macaulay 

Co., 1931. 
Life^and exploits of La Salle. 

1755-1763 

*Cooper, J. F. Last of the Mohicans. N.Y., Scribner, 1919. 
Indian warfare in Northern New York. 

1713-1730 

fCoryell, H. V. Indian brother. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1935. 
Indian warfare in the Colonies. 

1650-1700 

fCoryeU, H. V. The scalp hunters. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1936. 
The story of Lovewell's expedition against the Indians of Maine. 

1595?-1630 

fCriss, Mildred. Pocahontas, young American Princess. N.Y., Dodd, 

1943. 
Fict. Biog. 

1753-1760 

Crownfield, Gertrude. Alison Blair. N.Y., Button, 1922. 

Mohawk valley at the beginning of the French and Indian War. 

1664-1670 

*f Crownfield, Gertrude. Cristina of old New York. Philadelphia, Lippin- 

cott, 1939. 

Social life when New York was New Amsterdam. The Dutch in 
America. 

1718-1720 

f Crownfield, Gertrude. Diantha's signet ring. N.Y., Crowell, 1939. 
'Life in early Williamsburg, Virginia. 

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1670-1677 

*fCrownfield, Gertrude. Strong hearts and bold. Philadelphia, Lippin- 

cott, 1938. 
Early Colonial life in Jamestown. The Planters Rebellion. 

1730-1760 

Daniel, Hawthorne. Head wind. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 
Colonial shipping in Connecticut. 

1643-1650 

fDavis. Julia. Peter Hale. N.Y., Button, 1939. 

Conditions in the Southern, and in the Northern Colonies. 

1770-1775 

*Davis, W. S. Oilman of Redjord. N.Y., Macmillan, 1927. 
Before the Revolutionary War ; founding of Harvard University. 

1657 

*fBix, B. M. Blithe McBride. N.Y., Macmillan, 1916. 
A bondservant in America; social life in the colonies. 

1620 

*fBix, B. M. Soldier Rigdale. N.Y., Macmillan, 1899. 
The Mayflower; Miles Standish. 

1736-1750 

Dowdey, Clifford. Gamble's hundred. Boston, Little, Brown, 1939. 
Life in Colonial Virginia, Williamsburg. 

1744*1756 

Eaton, Evelyn. Restless are the sails. N.Y., Harper, 1941. 
Siege of Louisbourg. Mature. 

1631-1646 

*fEaton, Jeanette. Lone journey. N.Y., Harcourt, 1944. 
Interesting material about Roger Williams. 

1755-1763 

*fEdmonds, Walter B. Matchlock gun. N.Y., Bodd, 1941. 
French and Indian War. 

1700-1776 

fEmerson, Caroline B. Indian hunting grounds. N.Y., Stokes, 1938. 
Indian geography in fiction form. 

1650-1700 

*fField, Rachel L. Calico bush. N.Y., Macmillan, 1931. 
Early settlement it Maine. 

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1750-1770 

*fFitzgerald, P. L. The trail of the ragged fax. Philadelphia, Macrae- 
Smith, 1930. 

Indian warfare in the days of the rivalry of France and England in 
America. 

1639-1676 

Forbes, Esther. Para&se. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1937. 
Bang Philip's War in Massachusetts. 

1600-1630 

fGaggin, E. R. Down Ryton water. N.Y., Viking, 1941. 
Pilgrims start for America. John Brewster. 

1699-1720 

Gaither, Mrs. Frances. The painted arrow. N.Y., Marmtlfoti, 1931. 
With de Bienville and d'IberviHe in Louisiana. Good background 
material. 

1666-1687 

*f Gaither, Mrs. Frances O. The scarlet coat. N.Y., Marmffla^ 1934. 
The search for the mouth of the Mississippi. La Salle. 

1628-1630 

fGale, Elizabeth. Winged boat. Putnam, 1942. 
Life in New Amsterdam. 

1620-1650 

*Gebler, Ernest. Plymouth adventure. N.Y., Doubleday, 1950. 
"Fictional account of the voyage of the Mayflower." Mature. 

1700-1760 

Gibson, Katharine. Arrow fly home. N.Y., Longmans, 1945. 
Shawnee Indians in the colonial period. 

1715-1750 

*f Gray, Elizabeth. Beppy Marlow of Charles Town. N.Y., Viking, 1936. 
South Carolina during the Colonial Period. 

1607-1623 

f Hall, Ruth, Boys of Scrooby. Boston, Houghton Mtfflin, 1889. 

Pilgrims in Holland; the new colonies of Jamestown, Plymouth, and 
New Netherlands. 

1636-1750 

*f Hayes, Marjorie. Wampum and sixpence. Boston, Little, Brown, 1936. 
Colonial life in Connecticut. 

1750-1760 

Hewes, Mrs. A. D. Glory of the seas. N.Y., Knopf, 1933. 

The days of the clipper ships and the rivalry of Boston and New York 
for shipping supremacy. 

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1607-1631 

fHolberg, Ruth L. Captain John Smith. N.Y., Crowell, 1946. 

Fict. Btog. 

1653 

*f Holland, R. S. The Blue heron's feather. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1917. 
A Dutch boy in the American colony of New Netherlands. 

1750-1758 

Jennings, J. E. Gentleman ranker. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 1942. 
Braddock's expedition. 

1737-1759 

*Johnston, Mary. The Great Valley. Boston, Little, Brown, 1926. 
Pioneer life in the Shenandoah valley* 

1750-1760 

Johnston, Mary. Prisoners of hope. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1907. 
Colonial Virginia. 

1661-1680 

* Johnston, Mary. The Slave ship. Boston, Little, Brown, 1924. 
Slave trade in the Virginia colony. 

1607-1620 

^Johnston, Mary. To have and to hold. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1900. 
Life in the early colonies. 

1670-1776 

f Jones, L. A. Eli Terry, clockmaker of Connecticut. N.Y., Rinehart, 1942. 
Founding of the dock industry. 

1770-1775 

f Kelly, E. P. Three sides of Agiochook. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1935. 
Based on authentic records, the life of the colonists just before the 
Revolutionary War. 

1609-1664 

*fKnipe, Mrs. Emilie (Benson). A Maid of old Manhattan. N.Y., Mac- 

mffian, 1917. 
New Amsterdam until its capture by the English. 

1620-1625 

fKnipe, Mrs. Emilie (Benson). A Mayflower maid. N.Y., Century, 1920. 
Plymouth Colony and Miles Standish. 

1650-1700 

f Lamprey, Louise. The tomahawk trail. N.Y., Stokes, 1934. 
The relations of settler and Indians in the early colonial period. 

1609-1630 

*f Leetch, D. L. Annetfe and her family. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 

1926. 
Social life in New Amsterdam ; Dutch colonization of America. 

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1673-1779 

fLender, C F. Down the Ohio with Clark. N.Y., Crowell, 1937. 
Early settlements along the Ohio River. Kaskaskia. Vincennes. 

1620-1650 

fLenski, Lois. Puritan adventure. N.Y., Stokes, 1944. 
Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

1750-1770 

fLothrop, West Black River captive. N.Y., Random, 1946. 
New Hampshire frontier. 

1750-1770 

Lovelace, Maud H. The charming Sally. N.Y., Day, 1932. 

The story of a company of players in the Colonies. Early Theatre in 
America. 

1621-1650 

f Malkus, A. S. Pirates' port. N.Y., Harper, 1929. 
A tale of old New York ; the Dutch in America. 

1606-1609 

Mason, Miriam E. Three ships came sailing in. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrill, 1950. 
Captain John Smith,' and the Jamestown Settlement. 

1600-1625 

*Matthews, Basil. The Quest of liberty. N.Y., Doran, 1920. 
"The adventures of the Mayflower pilgrims." 

1750-1760 

fMeader, S. W. Rivers of the Wolves. N.Y., Harcourt, 1948. 
Indian warfare. 

1620-1622 

*f Meadowcroft, Enid LaM. The first year. N.Y., Crowell, 1937. 
Story of the Pilgrims in America. 

1771-1776 

f Meadowcroft, Enid LaM. On Indian trails with Daniel Boone. N.Y., 

Crowell, 1947. 
Early exploration in Kentucky. 

1610-1650 

Means, Florence & Means, Carl. Silver fleece. Philadelphia, Winston, 

1950. , - 
The Spanish in New Mexico. 

1656-1670 

*Miers, Earl S- Valley in arms. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1943. 
Settlement of Connecticut. 

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1730-1750 

Miller, Helen T* Dark sails. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1945. 
Oglethorpe's colonization of Georgia. 

1758-1776 

fMorgan, Helen L. Liberty maid. N.Y., Wincherter, 1950. 
Abigail and John Adams. Early life. 

1606-1620 

Morrow, Mrs. Honore W, Yonder sails the Mayflower. N.Y., Morrow, 

1934. 
The Puritans before they started for America. 

1732-1750 

*fOertel, T. E. Jack Sutherland. N.Y., Crowell, 1926. 
Early settlement in Georgia ; Oglethorpe. 

1715-1776 

fOrton, Helen F. A lad of old Williamsburg. N.Y., Stokes, 1938. 
When Williamsburg was the capital of the colony of Virginia. 

1740-1776 

Page, Elizabeth. Wilderness adventure. N.Y., Rinehart, 1946. 
Period of English-French rivalry. 

1670-1680 

fPaine, R. D. Blackbeard, buccaneer. Philadelphia, Penn, 1922. 
A story of the days of the Charlestown Colony. 

1753-1756 

Pendexter, Hugh. The Red road, a romance of Bradock's defeat. 

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1927. 
French and Indian War. 

1748-1760 

Pier, Arthur. Young man from Mount Vernon. N.Y., Stokes, 1940. 
Youth of Washington, 

1689-1710 

Phillips, Alexander. Forever possess. N.Y., Dutton, 1946. 
Dutch in New York. 

1719-1725 

*fPyle, Howard. The Story of lack Banister's fortunes. N. Y., Century, 
1912. J 

Social and political life in early Virginia. 

1694-1700 

Robinson, Gertrude. Catch a falling star. N.Y., Dutton 1942 
Colonial New York. 

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1620-1680 

Robinson, Gertrude. Pox fire. N.Y., Button, 1944. 
Witchcraft in colonial days. 

1700-1770 

fRogers, Frances & Beard, A. Jeremy Pepper. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 

1946. 
Colonial Pennsylvania, and the beginning of the glass industry. 

1630-1670 

Scruggs, P. L. Men cannot telL Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1942. 
Virginia colony. 

1755-1764 

f Singmaster, Elsie. High wind rising. Boston, Houghton, 1942. 
Pennsylvania Dutch during the French and Indian War. 

1700-1750 

*f Skinner, Constance L. Debby Barnes, trader. N.Y,, MacmiUan, 1932. 
Social life of early settlement in Pennsylvania. 

1756-1763 

*tSmith, Mrs. M. P. (Wells). Boys of the border. (Old Deerfield series.) 
Boston, Little, Brown, 1917. 

1650-1670 

Snedeker, C. D. Uncharted ways. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 
Puritan religious persecution of the Quakers. 

1760-1776 

Stanford, A. B. Navigator; the story of Nathaniel Bowditch. N.Y., 

Morrow, 1927, 
Salem, and its shipping. 

1750-1776 

Sterne, Mrs. Emma. Drums of Monmouth. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1935. 
The leaven of thought and philosophy that preceded the American 
Revolution. 

1670-1700 

f Stillman, A. L. Drums beat in old Carolina. Philadelphia, Winston, 1939. 
Colonial life in the Southern colonies. 

1734-1740 

*fStone, Eugenia. Free men shall stand. N.Y., Nelson, 1944. 
Peter Zenger, and the freedom of the press* 

1756-1776 

f Stover, Herbert E. Men in buckskin. N.Y,, Dodd, 1950. 
Taming of the wilderness. Daniel Boone. George Washington. 

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1670-1677 

*Sublette, C. M. The Bright face of danger. Boston, Little, Brown, 1926. 
Bacon's rebellion; life in colonial Virginia. 

1562-1564 

Sublette, C. M. The Scarlet cockerel. Boston, Atlantic Monthly Press, 

1925. 

Story of the French Huguenots who attempted settlements in Florida 
on St. John's River. 

1620 

*f Taggart, M. A. A Pilgrim maid. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 

1920. 
First winter of the colonists ; Puritan life. 

1745-1776 

*t Turner, N. B. In the days of young Washington. Boston, Houghton 

Mifflin, 193L 
An interesting reconstruction of Colonial life. 

1700-1776 

*fTurpin, Edna, Littling of Gaywood. N.Y., Random, 1939. 

Life in Williamsburg when it was the capital of the Colony of Virginia. 

1770-1776 

Updegraff, Florence M. Blue dowry. N.Y., Harcourt, 1948. 
Attitude of American colonists toward England. 

1680-1700 

fUpdegraff, Florence. Traveler's candle. N.Y., Harper, 1942. 
Colonial Providence. 

1742-1780 

fVance, Marguerite. Martha daughter of Virginia. N.Y., Button, 1947. 
Early years in the life of Martha Washington. 

1620-1630 

fYoung, Stanley. Mayflower boy. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. 
First years of experience of the Mayflower passengers. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

*Adams^ J T. Profnncialsociety 1690-1763. (A history of American life vol. IIL) 

N.Y., Macrmllan, 1927. 

Social and economic life. For the mature pupil. 
Andrews, CM. The Colonial background of the American Revolution. New 

Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1924. 
dear formulation of the English colonial government and the causes that led 

up to the Revolution, For the mature pupiL 
Archer, G. L. Mayflower heroes. N.Y., Century, 1931. 

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* Archer, G. L. With axe mid musket at Plymouth. N.Y., American Historical 
Society, 1936. 

Very interesting narrative history of the Plymouth Colony. 
Bell, Margaret. Women of the wilderness. N.Y., Button, 1938. 

What early pioneer life meant to colonial women. 
Bradford, William. Homes in the wilderness. N.Y., William XL Scott, 1939. 

A modernized version of the Journal of the Plymouth Plantation. Useful source 

material for the mature student. 
Brill, E. C. South from Hudson Bay. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 1929. 

Story of the Hudson Bay Co. and the fur trade. Selkirk Colony. Trip from 

Red River to the Mississippi. 
*fClark, Imogen. Old days and old ways. N.Y., Crowell, 1928. 

Life in Colonial and Revolutionary times. 
Comfort, W. W. William Penn. Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1944. 

An estimate of his contribution. Mature. 
*Corle, Edwin. Royal highway. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1949. 

Spanish in California, El Caminp ReaL 
Drepperd, C. W. Pioneer America, its first three centuries. N.Y., Doubleday, 1949. 

Well illustrated reference showing tiie changing customs. Mature. 
fEarle, A. M. Child-life in Colonial days. N.Y., Macmillan, 1899. 
*EarIe, A. M. Home life in Colonial days. K.Y., Macmillan, 1898. 

Well illustrated and readable. 
*Fiske, John. The Beginnings of New England. Tercentenary ed. Boston, Houghton 

Mifflin, 1930. 
Garnett, David. Pocahontas. N.Y., Brewer, Warren, 1932. 

A vivid picture of the growth of the Virginia colony. 
fGray, Elizabeth J. Penn. N.Y., Viking, 1938. 

Biography of the Quaker leader. 

Griffis. W. E. Young people's history of the Pilgrims. Boston. Houghton Mifflin, 
1920. 

Before and after they reached America. 
Guedella, Philip. Fathers of the Revolution. N.Y., Putnam, 1926. 

Leading men in Revolutionary times. 

tHall-Quest, Olga W. How the Pilgrims came to Plymouth. N.Y., Button, 1946. 
*fHark, Ann. Story of the Pennsylvania Dutch. N.Y., Harper, 1943. 

Their contribution to history and development of country. 
Harlow, R. V. Samuel Adams, promoter of the American Revolution. N.Y., Holt, 

1923. 
Haworth, P. L. Trailmakers of the Northwest. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1921. 

Importance of the fur trade. 

*Irving, Washington. Knickerbocker's history of New York. ed. by Anne Carroll 
Moore. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1928., 

The Dutch in America. 
fKent, Louise A., and Tarshis, Elizabeth K. In good old Colony times. Boston, 

Houghton, 1941. 
*Langdon, W. C. Everyday things in America. 1607-1776. N.Y., Scribner, 1937. 

Very useful material for understanding the social life of the period. Shelters, 

houses, fireplaces, farms, furniture, and useful arts. 

fMonsell, Helen A. Tom Jefferson a boy in Colonial days. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill, 1939. 

A very simple account with large type. 
fPrescott, D. R. A Day in a colonial home. Boston, Marshall Jones, 1921. 

Especially good illustrations of real colonial articles. 
*tPutaey, W. KL Team-work in Colonial Days. Boston, Wilde, 1938. 

Social and economic helpfulness. 
*f Quinn, Vernon. The Exciting adventures of Captam John Smith. N.Y., Stokes, 

1928. 
*Rawson, Marion N. Of the earth earthly. N.Y., Dutton, 1937. 

The genesis of American industry. Gives the early stages of oar industrial 
life. Based on original research. 

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^Robinson, Ethel R, and Robinson, T. P. Houses m America. N. Y., Viking, 1936. 

The houses the colonists found, and the houses they built. 
tSeymour, Flora W. La Salle. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1939. 

"Explorer of our mid-land empire." 

*tSingmaster, Elsie. The Book of the colonies. N.Y., Doran, 1927. 
tStevenson, Augusta. Darnel Boom, boy hunter. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1943. 

Early life. 
*fWeaver, R. B. Amusements and sports in America. Chicago, The Univ. of 

Chicago Press, 1939. 
A simple and popular treatment of the games, sports and social gatherings of 

the people. 
*Wertenbaker, T. T. The First Americans 1607-1690. (A History of American 

life.) Vol. II. N.Y., Macmillan, 1927. 
Social and economic life in the early colonies. For the mature pupil. 

III. REVOLUTION AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE 
AMERICAN NATION, 1763-1789 

STORIES 
1776-1780 

f Allen, M. P. Battle lanterns. N.Y., Longmans, 1949. 
Marion, the Swamp Fox. 

1770-1789 

Allen, M. P, Green cockade. N.Y., Longmans, 1942. 
Ethan Alien. 

1776-1779 

f Allen, M. P. Red heritage. N.Y., Longmans, 1946. 
Mohawk Valley during the Revolutionary War. 

1757-1804 

*Atherton, G. F. The Conqueror, being the true and romantic story of 
Alexander Hamilton. N.Y., MacmSlan, 1902. 

1788-1789 

^Atkinson, Mrs. E. S. Johnny Appleseed. N.Y., Harper, 1915. 
A sympathetic picture of the earliest pioneers in Ohio. 

1768 

*Bachefler, Irving. In the days of Poor Richard. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill, 1922. 
A story of the days of Benjamin Franklin, 

1734-1820 

f Bakeless, John. Fighting frontiersman. N,Y., Morrow, 1948. 
Fict Biog. Daniel Boone. 

1763 

Barton, W. E. When Boston braved the King; a story of tea-party times 
Boston, W. A, Wilde, 1928. 

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1745-1803 

Benz, Francis E. Commodore Barry. N.Y., Dodd, 1950. 
Fict. Biog. Navy in the Revolutionary War. 

1769-1779 

f Bolton, Ivy. Tennessee outpost. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1939. 
A story of the Wilderness Road. Spain and America as contenders 
for tiie Mississippi Valley. John Sevier. Early Tennessee. 

1776-1789 

Bonsai, Stephen, When the French were here. N.Y., Doubleday, 1945. 
French aid in the Revolutionary War. 

1776-1779 

*Boyd, James. Drums. N.Y., Scribner, 1925. 

England and America during the period of the Revolutionary War; 
John Paul Jones. 

1776-1780 

f Brown, M. M. Swamp^ fox. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1950. 
Fict. Biog. of Francis Marion. 

1776-1780 

Burt, Katherine N. Close pursuit. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 
Patrick Henry, Jefferson, Washington. 

1736-1799 

f Carson, Julia M. H. Son of thunder. N.Y., Longmans, 1945. 
Patrick Henry. 

1779-1800 

Caudffl, Rebecca. Tree of liberty. N.Y., Viking, 1949. 
Expansion of the U. S. Opening up of Kentucky. 

1776-1786 

Chapman, Maristanu Rogues march. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1949. 
Tories and Patriots. 

1743-1826 

fChoate, Florence & Curtis, Elizabeth. Five gold sovereigns. N.Y., 

Stokes, 1943. 
Time of Jefferson. 

1776-1790 

*ChurchiIl, Winston. Richard CarveL N.Y., Macmillaa, 1923. 
Maryland during the Revolutionary War; John Paid Jones, Horace 
Walpole; Charles Fox. 

1776-1790 

fCbatsworth, Elizabeth J. Here I stay. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 193& 
Maine settlements during the Revolutionary War. 

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1776-1778 

*Cooper, J. F. The Spy. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1924. 
Introduces Washington. 

1776-1780 

Cormack, Maribelle and Alexander, W. P. Land for my sons. N.Y., 

Appleton-Century, 1939. 
Vivid pictures of the battles of the Revolutionary War. Bunker Hill. 

1743-1826 

Criss, Mildred. Jefferson's daughter. N.Y., Dodd, 1948. 
Fict Biog. of Martha Jefferson. 

1706-1790 

*fDaugherty, James. Poor Richard. N.Y., Viking, 1941. 
Franklin. 

1776-1800 

fDean, Leon W. Green mountain boy. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. 
Ethan Allen, and the Green Mountain Boys. 

1776-1780 

Dean, L. W. Knight of the Revolution. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 

1941. 
Fict. Biog. of Marion, the Swamp Fox. 

1770-1787 

Degenhard, William. The Regulators. N.Y., Dial, 1943. 
Shay's Rebellion. 

1786-1791 

*Dyer, W. A. Sprigs of hemlock. N.Y., Century, 1931. 
A tale of the Shays' Rebellion. 

1752-1780 

fEaton, Jeannette. That lively man, Ben Franklin. N.Y., Morrow, 1948. 
Fict. Biog. of Franklin, and his times. 

1776-1789 

*Edmonds, D. D. Drums along the Mohawk. Boston, Little, Brown, 

1936. 
Struggle of the Dutch inhabitants during the war. 

1778 

*fEggleston, G. C. Long Knives, the story of how they won the West. 

Boston, Lothrop, 1907, 

George Rogers Clark's expedition to Illinois at the time of the Revo- 
lution. 

1776-1779 

Ellsberg, Edward. Captain Paul. N.Y., Literary Guild, 1941. 
Naval engagements. John Paul Jones. 

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1763-1789 

*fEllsberg, Edward. "I have just begun to fight!" N.Y., Dodd, 1942. 
John Paul Jones. 

1776-1789 

fFast, Howard. Haym Salomon. N.Y., Messner, 1941. 
Financier of the Revolution. 

1776-1780 

Fast, H. M. Proud and the free. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 
Attitude of the common soldier in the Revolutionary War. 

1776-1780 

Fast, Howard. The Unvanquished. N.Y., World Pub., 1942. 
Washington. 

1776-1800 

Fletcher, Mrs. Ingles. Men of Albemarle. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 

1942. 
North Carolina during the Revolutionary War. 

1776-1780 

Fletcher, Mrs. Inglis. Toil of the brave. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 

1946. 
Divided loyalty in the Revolutionary War. North Carolina. 

1773-1777 

*fForbes, Esther. Johnny Tremain. Boston, Houghton, 1943. 

Committee of Public Safety. Otis, Hancock, John Adams, Samuel 
Adams. 

1776-1789 

*Ford, P. L. Janice Meredith. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1924. 

A story of the American Revolution with George Washington and 
many other historical characters portrayed. 

1776-1790 

Gordon, C. W. (Ralph Connor pseud.) The rebel loyalist. N.Y., Dodd, 

Mead, 1935. 
The story of allegiance in the Revolutionary War, and its effects. 

The position of the Tories. 

1781 

*f Goss, W. L. Jack Gregory. N.Y., CroweU, 1923. 
Revolutionary War ; surrender of Cbrnwallis. 

1753-1784 

Graham, Shirley. Story of Phtflis Wheatley, N.Y., Messner, 1949. 
Fict. Biog. of a slave who was a savior of her people. 

1776-1780 

Haines, E. I. The exquisite siren. Philadelphia, Uppincott, 1938. 
The plot of Benedict Arnold, and Major Andre. 

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1770-1783 

Harris, Cyril. Trumpets at dawn. N.Y., Scribner, 1938. 
City of New York, before and during the Revolutionary War. 

1760-1780 

fHawthorne, Hildegarde. Give me liberty. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 

1945. 
Patrick Henry. 

1770-1789 

*Henderson, Daniel. Boone of the wilderness. N.Y., Button, 1921. 
Washington; Franklin; Boone. 

1738-1789 

*fHolbrook, Stewart. America's Ethan Allen. Boston, Houghton, 1949. 
The New England frontier, 

1776-1780 

Holland, R, S. Steadfast at Valley Forge. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 

1939. 
Interesting story of conditions at Valley Forge. 

1760-1776 

fHubbard, Margaret A. Hickory limb. N.Y., Macmillan, 1942. 
Pioneers and Indians. 

1777-1800 

fHubbard, Margaret A. Seraphina Todd. N.Y., Macmillan, 1941. 
Spain in Texas. Early westward movement. 

1776-1790 

Jennings, John. Sea eagles. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1950. 
Story of the American navy in the Revlutionary War. 

1776-1790 

Kennedy, J. P. Horse-shoe Robinson. N.Y., American Book, 1937. 
Virginia and the Carolinas during the Revolutionary War. 

1776.1780 

fKey, Alexander. Liberty or Death. N.Y., Harper, 1936. 
The contribution of the southern colonies to the success of the war. 
Marion, and his men. 

177&.1780 

*fKjdgaard, James A. Rebel siege. N.Y., Holiday House, 1943. 
Southern colonies, 

1776-1780 

Lancaster, Bruce. Guns of Burgoyne. N.Y., Stokes, 1939. 
The Hessians in the Revolutionary War. 

1776-1800 

*Lancaster, Bruce. Phamtom fortress. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 
Nathaniel Green's campaign. 

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1775-1780 

Lancaster, Bruce. Trumpet to arms. Boston, Little, Brown, 1944, 
Ticonderoga. Marblehead regiment. 

1776-1800 

Lucas, Eric. Swamp Fox Brigade. N.Y., International Pubs., 1945. 
South Carolina during the Revolutionary War. 

1776-1780 

Mclntyre, J. T. Drums in the dawn. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Doran, 1932. 
The French navy in the Revolutionary War. 

1755-1778 

Mann, Martha. Nathan Hale. N.Y., Dodd, 1944. 
Early part of the Revolutionary War. 

1775-1776 

Marshall, Bernard. Redcoat and minuteman. N.Y., Appleton, 1924. 
Early days of the Revolutionary War. 

1770-1799 

fMaurois^Andre. Washington. N.Y., Didier, 1946. 
Emphasis is on character. 

1755-1776 

Meigs, Cornelia L. Mounted messenger. N.Y., Macmillan, 1943* 
Franklin, John Adams. 

1776-1781 

*Mtigs, C. L. The Trade wind. Boston, Little, Brown, 1927. 
Revolutionary War sea engagements. 

1775-1778 

Miller, Helen T. Sound of chariots. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1947. 
John Sevier, and the State of Franklin. 

1776-1781 

*Mitchdl, S. W. Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker. N.Y., Century, 1922. 
Story of a young Quaker in Washington's Army. 

1770-1778 

Morrow, Honore. Let the King beware! N,Y,, Morrow, 1936. 

Personalities in the American Revolution. Franklin, George III, Lord 
North, Edmund Burke, William Pitt 

1776,1777 

*fNichols, W. H. A Morgan rifleman. N.Y., Century, 1928. 

Vividly sketched background of the Revolutionary War; story of 
Benedict Arnold. 

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1775-1777 

f Nolan, Jeannette C Treason at the Point. N.Y., Messner, 1944. 
Benedict Arnold. 

1770*1790 

f Orton, Mrs. Helen. Hoofbeats of freedom. N.Y., Stokes, 1936. 
The relations of patriots and Tories during the war. 

1793-1800 

fOrton, Helen F. Winding river. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1944. 
"French emigres on the Susquehanna." 

1773-1780 

^Patterson, A. W. Redcoats at Castine. Brattleboro, Vermont, Stephen 

Daye Press, 1938. 
An interesting account of the social life during the period. 

1780-1790 

Reynolds, J. M. Bugles at midnight. N.Y., Appleton, 1931. 
Revolutionary war in South Carolina. 

1775*1783 

Reynolds, J. M. The Guns of Yorktown. N.Y., Appleton, 1932. 
The influence of the Southern colonies on the Revolutionary War. 

1775-1781 

Ripley, Clements. Clear for action. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1940. 
Career of John Paul Jones. 

1776-1780 

*Roberts, K. L. ArundeL N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 
Expedition against Quebec. 

1776-1779 

*Roberts, K. L. Rabble in arms. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 

Sequel to ArundeL Continues the story of Benedict Arnold and the 
war. 

1776-1780 

Robinson, Gertrude. Winged feet N.Y., Button, 1939. 
Scouting for Washington. 

1770-1778 

fRogers, Frances and Beard, Alice. Paid Revere, patriot on horseback. 
N.Y., Stokes, 1943. 

1776-1779 

fSafford, HL B. That Bennington mob. N.Y., Messner, 1935. 
Ethan Allen, and the Green Mountain boys. 

1773-1779 

Seifert, Shirley. River out of Eden. N.Y., Mill, 1942. 
Life along the Mississippi from New Orleans to St. Louis. 

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1769-1800 

f Simon, Charlie M. Royal road. N.Y., Dutton, 1948. 
Spanish exploration in California. Portola's expedition. 

1769-1790 

f Skinner, C. L. Becky Landers; frontier warrior. N.Y., Maonillan, 1926. 
Interesting book for girls ; Kentucky during the time of Daniel Boone 
and George Rogers Clark. 

1770-1778 

*f Skinner, C. L. Silent Scot, frontier scout. N.Y., Maonillan, 1925. 
Frontier days in Tennessee. 

1776-1790 

Stackpole, E. A. Smuggler's luck. N.Y., Morrow & Co., 1931. 
Nantucket during the Revolutionary War. 

1774-1781 

Thane, Elswyth. Dawn's early light. N.Y., DueU, Sloan, 1943. 
Tories and Patriots. 

1775-1777 

*f Thompson, D. P. The Green Mountain boys. N.Y., Burt, n.d. 
Capture of Ticonderoga; Burgoyne's invasion. 

1778 

*Thompson, Maurice. Alice of old Vincennes. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrill, 1901. 

The capture, by George Rogers Clark, of Vincennes, Indiana, during 
the Revolution. 

1776-1781 

f Tomlinson, E. T. Spy of Saratoga. N.Y., Appleton, 1928. 
Revolutionary War. 

1776-1781 

f Updegraf, Florence M. Coat for a soldier. N.Y., Harcourt, 194L 
New England during the war. 

1770-1778 

Van de Water, F. F. Reluctant rebel. N.Y., Dudl, Sloan, 1948. 

Vermont during the American Revolution, Green Mountain Boys. 
Ethan Allen. 

1743-1826 

fVance, Marguerite. Patsy Jefferson. N.Y., Dutton, 1948. 
Fict. Biog. of Thomas Jefferson's daughter. 

1767-1800 

Weil, Ann. John Quincy Adams. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1945. 
His boyhood during the Revolutionary War. 

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1777-1780 

Wheelwright, J. H. Kentucky stand. ^ N.Y., Scribner, 195 L 
Frontier, and the great men who influenced it. 

1771-1779 

*White, Helen C Dust on the King's highway. N.Y., Macmillan, 1947. 
The Spanish in the Southwest. Father Garces. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

Axclrad, Jacob. Patrick Henry, the voice of freedom. N.Y., Random House, 1947. 

"Explains the years before, and during the American Revolution.*' 
*Beard, Charles A. ed Enduring Federalists. N.Y., Doubleday, 1948 

Most significant papers in one volume. 

*Bowen, Catherine D. John Adams and the American Revolution. Boston Little, 
Brown, 1950. 

Important side-lights on the American Revolution. 
Bowers, Claude G. Young Jefferson. Boston., Houghton, 1945. 

Democratic philosophy. Mature. 

*Carlton, M. M., and Carlton, H. F. The Story of the Declaration of Independence. 
IHus. N.Y., Scribner, 1926. 

For junior or senior high school. 
Chinard, Gilbert Honest John Adams. Boston, Little, Brown, 1933. 

Gives the motives underlying the actions of Adams. 
Comstock, Sarah. Roads to the Revolution. N.Y., Macmillan, 1928. 

Outstanding scenes of the American Revolution. 
Darrow, Jane. Nathan Hale. N.Y., Century, 1932. 

A story of loyalties. 
Daugherty, Sonia. Way of an Eagle. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1941. 

Jefferson and his philosophy. 
*tDean, Leon W. Old Wolf. N.Y., Farrar & Rinhart, 1942. 

Israel Putnam. 
Desmond, Alice C Martha Washington, our first lady. N.Y., Dodd, 1942. 

Girlhood, and maturity. 

Earle, A. M. Stage-coach and tavern days. N.Y., Macmillan, 1900. 
Earle, E. M. The Federalist. Washington, D. C, Nafl Home Library Foundation, 
n.d. 

"A commentary on the Constitution . . . being a collection of essays written in 

support" For the mature student 
Eaton, Jeannette. Leader by destiny. N.Y, Harcourt, Brace, 1938. 

George Washington, man and patriot 
Eaton, Jeannette. Young Lafayette. N.Y., Houghton Mifflin, 1932. 

Mainly concerned with Lafayette in the Revolutionary War. 
*Forbes, Esther, Paul Revere and the world he lived in, Boston, Houghton, 1942. 

Life in the Colonies, and during the Revolution. 
*tFoster, Genevieve S. George Washington, N.Y., Scribner, 1949. 

An interesting account 
*fFoster, Genevieve S. George Washington's world. N.Y., Scribner, 1941. 

Colonial, and revolutionary times. 

Franklin, Benjamin. The Autobiography of, with illus. by Kleber Hall, (Riverside 
Bookshelf.) Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1923. 



G ',,JX: Tke Dectarrfio* f Independence for young Americans. N.Y., 
Doran, 1926. 

Greene, K B. Revolutionary generation 17631790. N.Y., Macmillan 1943 
Picture of the social, cultural, and economic phases. 

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Hawthorne, Thomas. His country was the world. N.Y., Longmans, 1949. 

Life of Thomas Paine. Mature. 
"fHolland, R- S. Mad Anthony. N.Y., Century, 1931. 

The story of Anthony Wayne. 
*Kimball, Marie, Jefferson. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1943. 

His contribution to our thinking. Mature. 
Kincaid, R. E. Wilderness road. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1947. 

Early transportation, and importance of roads. 
*f Lockridge, R. F. George Rogers Clark, pioneer hero of the Northwest. Yookers- 

on-Hudson, N.Y. World Book Co., 1927. 
Lyon, W. H. The Constitution and the men who made it. Boston, Houghton 

Mifflin, 1936. 
The development of the document, and a biographical sketch of each of the 

signers. 
Miller, J. C. Origins of the American Revolution. Boston, Little, Brown, 1943. 

Analysis of causes. Mature. 

Miller, J. C. Sam Adams; pioneer in propaganda. Boston, Little, Brown, 1936. 
Propaganda methods of John Adams in bringing about, and carrying on the 

Revolutionary War. For the mature student 
*Moss, Colonel J. A. The Flag of the United States: its history and symbolism. 

Washington, D. C., The United States Flag Ass'n, 1930. 
Index. Useful book. 
*Nicolay, Helen. The boys' tye of Alexander Hamilton. N.Y., Century, 1927. 

Makes clear the tangled politics immediately after the Revolutionary War. 
fNicolay, Helen. The boys' life of Benjamin Franklin. N.Y., Appleton- Century 

1935. 

Interesting and authentic account 
^Norton, T. J. The Constitution of the United States, its source and its application. 

Boston, Little, Brown, 1922. 
For the mature pupil. 
Parry, E. S. Betsy Ross Quaker rebel. Philadelphia, Winston, 1930. 

Maker of the first American flag. 
Rawson, M. N. Candle days, N.Y., Century, 1927. 

"The story of early American arts and implements." Colonial life. 
Rodell, F. Fifty-five men. N.Y., Telegraph Press, 1936. 

Story of the Founding Fathers, and the Constiutkaial Convention. 
*fRogers, Francis, and Beard, Alice. Birthday of a Nation, July 4, 1776. Philadel- 
phia, Lippincott, 1945. 
An interesting account 
fRogers, Frances and^ Beard, Alice. Old Liberty Bell. N.Y., Stokes, 1942. 

How it came to ring. 

Taylor, Emerson, Paul Revere. Illus. N.Y., Dodd Mead, 1930. 
Based on the study of original letters, documents and records. For the mature 

tVaTEoon, H. W. Thomas Jefferson. N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 

An interesting biography. 
*Van Tyne, C. H. The loyalist in the American Revolution. N.Y,, Smith, 1929. 

The relation of Canada and the United States during that period. 
Whitely, Mrs. Emily. Washington and his aides-de-camp. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 

Washington's relations with the leaders in the Revolutionary War. 
Whitney, Janet-Abigail ^Adams. Boston, Little, 1947. 

History in the making. 
Woodward, W. E. Tom Paine : America's godfather. N.Y., Dtifcton, 1945. 

Paine's contribution to the American Revolution, and to the cause of the common 
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STORIES 
1790-1830 

*f Abbott, Jane. Folly farm. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1934. 
A story of the Western Reserve. Earliest immigration to Ohio and 
Michigan. 

1798-1831 

f Allen, M. P. Sunset trail. N.Y., Longmans, 1943. 
Jedediah S. Smith, and the frontier. 

1812-1815 

fAspen, Don. Barney's barges. N.Y., Holiday House, 1944. 
Navy in the War of 1812. 

1812-1820 

Bailey, Bernadine F. Puckered Moccasins. Chicago, Whitman, 1937. 
A story of the Northwest territory. Old Fort Dearborn. 

1812-1815 

f Barrows, J. S. Son of "Old Ironsides." Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shep- 

ard, 1931. 
The story of a boy on the U. S. frigate Constitution. 

1812-1815 

Beebe, Ralph. Who fought and bled. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1941. 
Land battles of the war of 1812. 

1790-1815 

f Bischoff. Use. Painter's coach. N.Y., Longmans, 1943. 
Art in early America. Gilbert Stuart. 

1780-1800 

Bloom, Margaret. Down the Ohio. Chicago, Whitman, 1939. 
Pioneer life along the Ohio River from Pittsburgh to Kentucky. 

1800-1810 

*Bontemps, Arna. Black thunder. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 
Negro insurrection under Gabriel in Virginia. 

1805-1812 

Case, Josephine Y. Written in sand. Boston, Houghton, 1945, 
Campaign against the Barbary pirates. 

1789-1804 

*Churchill, Winston. The Crossing. N.Y., Macmillan, 1903. 

Western movement; Daniel Bootie; George Rogers dark; Andrew 
Jackson, 

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1789-1815 

Clugston, Katherine, and Stevenson, Richard. Wilderness road. N.Y., 

Blue Ribbon Books, 1938. 
Daniel Boone, and the settlement of Kentucky. 

1804-1829 

Crabb, A. L. Home to the Hermitage. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1948. 
A novel about Andrew Jackson. 

1817-1830 

*fCrawford, Phyllis. "Hello, the Boat!" N.Y., Holt, 1938. 
Pioneer life beyond the AHeghenies. 

1772-1748 

fDayis, Betty E. Scotchtown tale. N.Y., Nelson, 1946. 
Life of Dolly Madison. 

1810-1815 

fDean, Leon W. Guns over Champlain. N.Y., Rinehart, 1946. 
Battle of Lake Champlain. 

1780-1815 

f Desmond, Alice C Glamorous Dolly Madison. N.Y., Dodd, 1946. 
Fict. Biog. 

1795-1800 

fDwight, Allan. Kentucky cargo. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 
Early migrations into Kentucky and Tennessee. 

1800-1815 

Emmons, Delia F. G. Sacajawea of the Shoshones. Portland, Ore., Bin- 
fords & Mort, 1943. 
Lewis & Clarke expedition. 

1815-1840 

f Everson, F. Me. Early days in Ohio; a story of a pioneer family in the 
Western Reserve. N.Y., Dutton, 1928. 

1796-1815 

f Paris, J. T. Nolichucky Jack. Philadelphia, Uppincott, 1927. 
Early days in Tennessee ; pioneer life of John Sevier. 

1812-1815 

*Finger, C. J. Cape Horn snorter. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin, 1939. 
"A story of the War of 1812 and of the gallant days with Captain 
Porter/' 

1804-1805 

f Finger, C J. When guns thundered at Tripoli. Boston, Holt, 1937. 
War with the pirates on the Barbary Coast. 

1776-1829 

fFulIer, lola. Shining trail. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1943. 
Indian warfare. Blackhawk. 

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1810-1812 

Fulton, Reed. Davy Jones's locker. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

1928. 

Adventure story of the Astorian expedition. 

1812-1815 

*fGrant, Bruce. Eagle of the sea. Chicago, Rand, McNally, 1949. 
Story of Old Ironsides. 

1830-1850 

Guthrie, A. B., Jr. Big sky. N.Y., Win. Sloane Associates, 
Opening up of the country west of the Missouri. Mature. 

1796-1872 

Haberly, Lloyd. Pursuit of the Horizon. N.Y., Macmillan, 
Life of Catiin, and his work for the American Indian. 

1806-1810 

Harris, CyriL Street of knives. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 
Aaron Burr conspiracy, and his plan to capture New Orleans. 

1804-1809 

fHawthorne, Hildegarde. Westward the course. Longmans, 1946. 
Lewis & Clarke expedition. 

1790-1810 

*Hewes, Agnes D. The codfish musket. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1936. 
Expansion of America, and the democratic ideal. Meriwether Lewis, 
Thomas Jefferson. 

1807-1810 

fHoffine, Lyla. White Buffalo. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1937. 
Northwest fur trade. 

1780-1790 

fHolberg, Ruth L, Restless Johnny. N.Y., Crowell, 1950. 
Story of Johnny Appleseed. 

1811-1820 

Hubbard, Lucien. Rivers to the sea. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1942. 
Life along the Mississippi, and the Ohio rivers. 

1800-1830 

*Hueston, Mrs. Ethel. The man of the storm. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrill, 1936. 

The Lewis and dark expedition. The discovery of Yellowstone by 
Colter. The Louisiana Purchase. 

1803-1806 

Htieston, Mrs. EtheL Star of the West. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrffl, 
1935* Hie Lewis and Clarke expedition. 

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1778-1815 

Hungerford, E. B. Escape to danger. Chicago, Wilcox-Follett, 1949. 
Fict. Biog. John Paul Jones. 

1812-1815 

f Hungerford, E. B. Fighting frigate. Chicago, Wilcox & Foilett, 1947. 
Aboard the Constitution with Captain Hull. 

1800-1815 

Jennings, J. E. The Salem frigate. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
U. S. navy in Tripoli. 

1812-1814 

fKnmmer, Frederick A. For flag and freedom. N.Y., Morrow, 1942. 

Defense of Fort McHenry. 
1796-1809 
fKummer, F. A. Torch of liberty. Philadelphia, Winston, 1941. 

Anti-sedition laws. 

1800-1815 

Lane, Carl D. Fleet in the forest. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1943. 
Building Perry's fleet. 

1789-1820 

*f Lansing, Marion F. Nicholas Arnold, toolmaker. N.Y., Junior Lit. 

Guild, 194L 
Beginning of manufacturing in the U. S. 

1811-1820 

f Lenski, Lois. A going to the westward. N.Y., Stokes, 1937. 
Building settlements in Ohio. 

1779-1805 

f Lowe, Corinne. Quicksilver Bob. N.Y., Harcourt, 1946. 
Robert Fulton, and the Clermont. 

1812 

*f Marshall, B. G. Old Hickory's prisoner. N.Y., Appleton, 1925. 
War of 1812; Philadelphia at the time it was tiie nation's capital. 

1800-1820 

Marshall Edison. Yankee Pasha. N.Y., Farrar, Straus, 1947. 
Barbary pirates. 

1803-1820 

*Matthews, Etta L. Over the blue wall. Chapel Hill, N. C., Univ. of 

North Carolina Press, 1937. 
Informal narrative of the early settlements along the Mississippi River. 

1788-1794 

f Meader, S. W. Down the big river. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1924. 
Ohio valley first settled; journey from Pennsylvania to Missouri, 

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1789-1812 

fMeader, S. W. Who rides in the dark? N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1937. 
The days of the stagecoach in New Hampshire. Life on the roads, 
inns. 

1790-1812 

f Meadowcroft, Enid LaM. By wagon and flatboat. N.Y., Crowell, 1938. 
Trip from Pennsylvania to the early settlements in Ohio. 

1806-1813 

fMeigs, Cornelia L. As the crow flies N.Y., Macmillan, 1927. 
Western Exploration; Zebulon Pike; Louisiana Purchase. 

1779-1815 

Murphy, E. F. Ptre Antoine. Garden City, N.Y., 1947. 
French in early New Orleans. 

1824-1829 

Neihardt, J, G. The Splendid^ wayfaring. N.Y., Macmillan, 1920. 
Penetration of the Mississippi and the west, through the region of the 
Great Salt Lakes to California, 1824-1831. 

1800-1820 

f Nevin, Evelyn G Lost children of the Shoshones. Philadelphia, West- 
minster, 1946. 
Story of Sacajawea. 

1780-1845 

*Nicholson, Meredith. The Cavalier of Tennessee. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrill, 1928, 
Career of Andrew Jackson; New Orleans. 

1812-1815 

f Nolan, Eleanor W. Secret on the Potomac. Philadelphia, McKay, 1945. 
Washington, D.C., during the War of 1812. 

1800-1850 

f Nolan, Jeannette C. Andrew Jackson. N.Y., Messner, 1949. 
Fict. Biog. 

1788-1820 

*Nolan, Jeannette C. Hobnailed boots. Philadelphia, Winston, 1939. 
The story of the Kaskaskia expedition. Lewis and Clark. 

1810-1830 

fNolan, Jeannette C Patriot in the saddle. N.Y., Messner, 1945. 
Story of Andrew Jackson. 

1783-1790 

O'Neill, C. K. Morning time. N.Y., Simon, Schuster, 1949. 
Plotting of General Wilkinson with the Spanish. 

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1780-1806 

*Page, Elizabeth. The tree of liberty. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1939. 
The interpretation of American democracy. Jefferson, Hamilton. 

1801-1820 

f Parks, E. W. Little Long Rifle. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 194-9. 
Spanish intrigue in Kentucky and Tennessee. 

1810-1820 

fParks, E. W. Pioneer pilot. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1947. 
Early steamboat transportation on the Mississippi. 

1804-1810 

*Peattie, Donald C. Forward the nation. N.Y., Putnam, 1942. 
Lewis & Qark expedition. 

1805-1810 

*Pidgin, C. F. Blennerhasset. Boston, Clark, 1901. 
Aaron Burr. 

1790-1820 

Richter, Conrad. The trees. N.Y., Knopf, 1940. 
Pioneer life in the Ohio country. 

1780-1800 

Roberts, Elizabeth M. Great meadow. N.Y., Viking, 1930. 
Kentucky pioneer life. 

1812-1815 

Roberts, K. L. Captain Caution. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1934. 
Sea action in the War of 1812. 

1809-1815 

Safford, H. B, Mr. Madison's War. N.Y., Messner, 1936. 
War of 1812. 

1801-1805 

*f Seawell, M. E. Imprisoned midshipmen. N.Y., Appleton, 1908. 
Capture of the Philadelphia by Barbary pirates ; The War with Tripoli 

1803-1812 

Seifert, Shirley. Those who go against the current. Philadelphia, Ltppin- 

cott, 1943. 
Missouri River route. Manuel Lisa, 

I781-180a 

*Skinner, Constance L. Andy breaks trail. N.Y., Marmfflan, 1928. 
Social and political life in frontier Kentucky; farther adventures of 
Silent Scot; after the Revolutionary War; Lewis and dark ex- 
pedition. 

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1787-1830 

f Skinner, Constance L. Rob Roy. N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 
Frontier life in Tennessee. Andrew Jackson. 

1825-1830 

*Snedeker, C D. The town of the fearless. Garden City, N.Y., Double- 
day, Doran, 1931. 
Robert Owen and his community at New Harmony. Pestalozzi. 

1800-1825 

*f Sperry, Armstrong. All sails set. Philadelphia, Winston, 1935. 
A story based on the maritime history of New England. 

1812-1815 

Sperry, Armstrong. Black falcon. Philadelphia, Winston, 1949. 
Andrew Jackson, and New Orleans. Jean Lafitte. 

1812-1815 

*fSperry, Armstrong. Storm canvass. Philadelphia, Winston, 1944. 
War of 1812. 

1812.1815 

*f Stackpole, E. A. Privateer ahoy! N.Y., Morrow, 1937. 
Sea engagements in the War of 1812. 

1805-1810 

Stanley, Edward. Rock cried. N.Y., DueU, Sloan, 1949. 
Aaron Burr, and Blennerhassett. Mature. 

1813-1830 

Sterne, Mrs. Emma. Some plant olive trees. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1937, 
The settlement of Napoleonic refugees in Alabama. 

1760-1820 

f Sutton, Margaret Jemima, daughter of Daniel Boone. N.Y., Scribner, 

1942. 
Frontier life and experience. 

1794-1812 

Van Every, Dale. Westward the river. N.Y., Putnam, 1945. 
Frontier life on the Ohio. 

1907-1870 

Vance, Marguerite. Lees of Arlington. N.Y., Button, 1949. 
Fict Biog. of Mary, and Robert E. Lee. 

1820-1840 

*fVio!ette, Hallie H. and Darby, Ada C. Trail to Sante Fe. Boston, 

Houghton, 1941. 
Early trail to the West. 

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1772-1836 

fWeil, Ann. My dear Patsy. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1941. 
Daughter of Thomas Jefferson. 

1790-1812 

White, S. E. The Long rifle. N.Y., Dpubleday, Doran, 1932. 
Frontier life during the time of Daniel Boone. 

1792-1800 

Whitney, Janet. Judith. N.Y., Morrow, 1943. 

Philadelphia when it was the Capitol of the U.S.A. 

1812-1815 

Williams, B. A. Thread of scarlet. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1939. 
The part the seamen of Nantucket played in the War of 1812. 

1816-1830 

Wilson, W. E. Abe Lincoln of Pigeon Creek. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1949. 
Abe Lincoln in Indiana. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

*Adams, J. T. The living Jefferson. N.Y., Scribner, 1936. 

Jefferson's interpretation of democracy, and his conflict with Hamilton. 
Anthony, Irvin. Decatur. N.Y., Scribner, 1931. 

Career of the naval hero from childhood to his death. 
Anthony, Katharine. Dolly Madison, her life and times. N.Y., DouHeday, 1949. 

Realistic account. Mature. 
Berry, Robert A. Sextant and sails. N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 

Biography of Nathaniel Bowditch. 
Bobbe, Dorothie. De Witt Clinton. N.Y., Minton, 1933. 

Throws light on the building of the E>ie Canal. 

Bobbe, Dorothie, Mr and Mrs. John Qumcy Adams. N.Y., Minton, Balch & Co., 
1930. 

Social life in America. For tfee mature pupil. 
Bond, B. W. The civilisation of the old Northwest. N.Y., MacmiHan, 1934. 

Political, economic and social development of that region, 1788 1812. For the 

mature student. 
Boyd, Thomas. Poor John Fitch. N.Y V Putnam, 1935. ^ , 

A survey of his life and his inventions, with a discussion to the claim made 

that he was the inventor of the steamboat 
fBritt, Albert. The Boys' own book of frontiersmen. N.Y., Macmlllian, 1934. 

Kit Carson; Sam Houston; George Rogers Clark; Daniel Boone; Alexander 
Henry; Joe Meek; Peter Cartwright; Wild Bill Hickok; Davy Crockett; 
Sir William Johnson. 
fCarroll, Mary T. Man who would not waif. N.Y., Longmans, 1941. 

Biography of Aaron Burr. 
Clark, W. B. Gallant John Barry. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 

A good account of the early American navy. 
Cleaves, Freeman. Old Tippecanoe. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 

William Henry Harrison and his time. 
*fDavis, Julia. No other white men. N.Y., Dutton, 1937. 

The Lewis and Clark expedition. 
Fenton, Alfred H. Oliver Hazard Perry. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. 

Battle of Lake Erie, 
*Henderson, D. MacL Yankee ships * China seas. N.Y., Hastings House, 1946. 

American shipping in the Far East. 

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fHewes, Agnes D. Two oceans to Canton. N.Y., Knopf, 1944. 

American trade with China, 
fHolland, R. S. Freedom's Flag. N.Y., Macrae-Smith, 1943. 

Story of Francis Scott Key, and the Star Spangled Banner. 
*Laut, Agnes C. Pathfinders of the West. N.Y., Macmillan, 1937. 

Expansion of the United States, Radisson, LaVerendyre, Lewis and Dark. 
Loth, David^ Alexander Hamilton. N.Y., Carrick & Evans, 1939. 

A debunking account For the mature student 
fLowe, Corinne B. Knight of the sea. N.Y., Harcourt, 1941. 

Story of Stephen Decatur. 
*tMoses, Belle. John Marshall N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1938. 

Marshall, and his interpretation of the Constitution. 
*fNico!ay, Helen. The boy's life of Thomas Jefferson. N.Y., Appleton-Century. 

1933. 

An interesting portrait of the great democrat. 
fNicolay, Helen. Decatur of the old navy. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1942. 

An interesting account. 

*Oskinson, J. M. Tecumseh and his times. N.Y., Putnam, 1938. 
A history of the Northwest Territory, Battle of Tippecanoe. Includes a fine 

map showing places important in the history of that region. 
Oudard, Georges. Four cents an acre; tr. from French. N.Y., Brewer & Warren, 

1931. 

*The story of Louisiana under the French." For the mature pupil. 
*Pratt, Fletcher. The heroic years. Fourteen years of the Republic 18011815 

N.Y., Harrison Smith, 1934. 

Well documented material for the period. For the mature student. 
*Richards, L. E. Abigail Adams and her times. N.Y., Appleton, 1931. 
A very vivid picture of America during the Revolution and the period after. 

Suitable for junior and senior high school. 
Salisbury, Albert & Salisbury, Jane. Two captains West. Seattle, Superior Pub., 

ii*jU 

Well illustrated account of the Lewis & Clark expedition. 
Schachner, Nathan. Alexander Hamilton. N.Y., Appleton-Century 1946 

New material. Mature. 
Seymour, Flora W. Daniel Boone, pioneer. N.Y., Century, 1931. 

Life of one of the most picturesque of American trail-blazers, 
f Seymour, Flora W. Meriwether Lewis, trail-blazer. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1937. 

An interesting account of his adventures. 
Snow, Elliot, and Gosnell, H. A. On the decks of "Old Ironsides." N.Y., Macmillan, 

*&mprehensive history of life in the Navy during the period of "Iron men 
and Wooden ships." 

Thomas, Lowell The Hero of Vincennes. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1928 
The story of George Rogers Clark, Expansion of the U. S. Suitable for junior 
and senior high school. 

Wadett, S^. H., and Minnigerode, M. Aaron Burr, N.Y., Putnam 1925. 
Interesting account of romantic figure. 

fWeston, May F. Great pathfinder. N.Y., McBride, 1944. 
Across the Sierras. Jedediah Smith. 

tWWte^S. E. Darnel Boons, wilderness scout. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page 

Frontier life,- Daniel Boone. 

Wilson C M. tferiwetker Lewis of Lewis and Clark. N.Y!, Crowell 1934 
The jotn-ney from St Louis to the Pacific. ^ruwcii, ijw, 

tWilson W. E. Shooting, star; the story of Tecumseh. N.Y.,. Farrar 1942 
Relations of the white man, and the Indian. Shawnee Indian^ ' 

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STORIES 
1820-1840 

Adams, S. H. Canal town. N.Y., Random, 1944. 
Erie Canal. 

1820-1850 

*Adams, S. H. The gorgeous hussy. N.Y., Grosset, 1934. 

Social and political life during the reign of Andrew Jackson, day, 
' Webster, Randolph, Van Buren. 

1840-1861 

Ainsworth, Ed. Eagles fty west. N.Y., Macmillan, 1946. 
Opening up of California. 

1850-1860 

*Aldrich, Bess S* Song of years. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1937. 
Frontier life in Iowa. 

1840-1860 

f Allee, Marjorie H. A house of her own. Boston, Houghton MiSEn, 

1934. 
Early education and social life in pioneer Indiana. 

1840-1850 

fAllee, Marjorie H, Off to Philadelphia! Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1936. 
Life in Philadelphia in the Ws. 

1832-1840 

fAUen, M. P. Make way for the brave. N.Y., Longmans, 1950, 
Colonization of Oregon, Wyeflfs expedition. 

1857-1859 

f Allen, M. P. Out of a dear sky. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1938. 
The Mountain Meadow massacre in Utah, 

1832-1840 

fAUen, M. P. Spirit of the Eagle. N.Y., Longmans, 1950. 
Exploration of the lower Missouri River. 

1825-1848 

AHis, Marguerite. Water over the dam. N.Y., Putnam, 1947, 
Transportation problems, canals, waterways, 

1835-1836 

*t Altshder, J. A. The Texan scouts. N.Y,, Appfeton, 1913, 
The movement for independence in Texas; Alamo; Crockett; Bowie; 
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1840-1860 

*f Angelo, Valenti. Hill of miracles. N.Y., Viking, 1942. 
Early San Francisco. 

1809-1840 

*f Bacheller, Irving. A boy for the ages. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1937. 
The boyhood of Lincoln in the frontier communities in Kentucky, 
and Indiana. 

1799-1836 

Barretf, Monte. Tempered blade. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1946. 
Jim Bowie, and Texas independence. 

1842-1850 

Benet, Laura. The hidden valley. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1938. 
The discovery of the Yosemite. Fremont's travels in the far west to 
California. 

1850-1860 

*Binns, Archie. The land is bright. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 
Western migration over the Oregon trail. 

1846-1850 

Birney, Hoffman. Grim Journey. N.Y., Minton, Balch, 1934. 
Adventures of the Donner party on their road to California. 

1840-1865 

Breslin, Howard. The tamarack tree. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1947. 
Whig party, Daniel Webster, William Henry Harrison. 

1850-1865 

Brown, K. H. The Father. N.Y., John Day, 1928. " 
Abolitionist agitation before and during Civil War; Abraham Lincoln. 

1850-1860 

Barman, B. L. Steamboat round the bend. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1933. 
Social and economic life on the Mississippi River. 

1844-1860 

fCarr, Mary J. Children of the covered wagon. N.Y., Crowell, 1934. 
Trip from Independence, Missouri to Oregon. 

1782-1852 

fCarroll, Mary T. Keep my flag flying. N.Y., Longmans, 1945. 
Story of Daniel Webster. 

1840-1850 

Gather, Willa S. Death comes for the Archbishop. N.Y., Knopf, 1927. 
Legends and stories which reveal the religious life of the Indians in 
New Mexico. 

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1815-1847 

*f Chapin, Henry. The Adventures of Johnny Appleseed. N.Y., Coward- 

McCann, 1930. 

Western expansion of the U. S. Pioneer life across the Allegheny 
Mountains. The story of a legendary character. 

1840-1860 

*Chapman, Arthur. The Pony Express. N.Y., Putnam, 1932. 

"The record of a romantic adventure in business." U. S. transporta- 
tion. For the mature pupil. 

1848-1860 

*Colver, Anne. Listen for the voices. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1939. 
A novel of Concord. The intellectual life of the period. Emerson, 
Thoreau, Alcott. 

1800-1868 

Comfort, W. L. Apache. N.Y., Button, 1931. 

Dramatic story of the relations of the Indians and the whites in the 
Western country. Story of Mangus Colorado. 

1840-1849 

*fDarby, Ada C Keturah came 'round the Horn. N,Y., Stokes, 1935. 
Travel by sea to California. 

1840-1850 

*fDarby, Ada C Sometimes Jenny^ Wren. N.Y., Stokes, 1931. 

Early transportation from Louisiana to Kentucky and Missouri. 
Audubon. 

1840-1850 

Darby, Ada C. Yonder the Golden Gate, N.Y., Stokes, 1939. 
The story of San Francisco, and the gold fields. 

1857-1868 

*Davis, C. B. Nebraska coast. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1939. 
Life on the Erie Canal, and travel to Nebraska. Early social life and 
the first stages in the building of the Union Pacific. 

1835-1849 

*Davis, J. F. The road to San Jacinto. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1936. 
The Texas struggle for independence. Houston, Austin, Bowie, Travis, 
Milan, Fannin, and Crockett. 

1839-1860 

Derleth, A. W. Restless is the river. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 
Pioneer life in Wisconsin. 

1831-1838 

Derleth, A. W. Wind over Wisconsin. N,Y., Scribner, 1938. 
Settlers and Indians. Black Hawk. 

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1840-1850 

De Shields, J. T. Tall men with long rifles. San Antonio, Texas, 1935. 
Story of the Texas revolution. 

1860-1865 

Doneghy, Dagmar. The border. N.Y., Morrow, 1931. 
Civil War days on the Kansas-Missouri Border. 

1840-1860 

*Driggs, H. R. The Pony Express goes through. N.Y., Stokes, 1935. 
Interesting story account based on historical accounts. 

1819-1840 

fDunsing, Dorothy M. Swamp shadows. N.Y., Longmans, 1948. 
Seminole Indians. Florida Purchase. 

1836-1848 

*fEaton, Jeannette. Nardssa Whitman. N.Y., Harcourt, 1941. 
Pioneer Oregon. 

1836-1860 

Edmonds, W. D. Erie water. Boston, Little, Brown, 1934. 
The economic, and social life along the Erie Canal. 

1850-1860 

Edmonds,, W. D. Rome haul. Boston, Little, Brown, 1929. 
Canal transportation in the 'SCXs. 

1830-1860 

Edwards, E. J. and Rattray, Jeanette E. "Whale off!" N.Y., Stokes, 

1932. 
The story of American shore whaling. 

1850-1861 

*Ehrlidi, Leonard. God's angry man. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1932. 
Abolitionist movement. John Brown. 

1774-1845 

Fast, Harold. Tall hunter. N.Y., Harper, 1942. 
Kentucky frontier. 

1S50-1860 

Ferber, Edna. Come and get it. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 
The lumber industry in Wisconsin and Michig 



1820-1890 

Fisher, Vardis. Children of God. N.Y., Harper, 1939. 
An epic of the Mormons. Joseph Smith, Brigham Young. For the 
. mature student. 

1846-1860 

Fisher, Vardis. The mothers. N.Y., Vanguard, 1943. 
Story of the Donner party. 

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1840-1843 

Foreman, Leonard L. Road to San Jacinto. N.Y., Dutton, 1943. 
Independence of Texas. Davy Crockett. 

1834-1860 

Fuller, Edmund. A star pointed north. N.Y., Harper, 1946. 
Slavery controversy. William Lloyd Garrison. 

1830-1868 

fFulton, Reed. Moccasin trail. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

1929. 

"The story of a boy who took the trail with Kit Carson." Pioneer 
West 

1835-1860 

Gaither, F. O. J. Red cock crows. N.Y., MacmiUan, 1944. 
Slavery controversy. 

1839-1860 

Garland, Hamlin. Trail-makers of the Middle Border. N.Y., Macmillan, 

1926. 
Pioneer life in the Middle West 

1840-1860 

*f Greene, Homer. Picketfs Gap. N.Y., Macmillan, 1924. 
Early railway transportation problems, 

1840-1860 

fGrey, Katharine. Hills of gold. Boston, Little, Brown, 1936. 
California gold rush. 

1845-1846 

Grey, Katharine, Rolling wheels. Boston, Little, Brown, 1932, 
The Western movement By wagon from Indiana to California. 

1840-1860 

*Guthrie, O. B., Jr. Way West. N.Y.,. Sloane, 1949. 
Westward trek from Independence, Mo. to Fort Vancouver. 

1836-1848 

fHall-Quest, Olga W. Shrine of Liberty. N.Y., Dutton, 1948. 
Texas, and ihe defense of the Alamo. 

1840-1845 

*Hargreaves, Sheba. The Cabin at the traifs end; a story of Oregon. 

N.Y., Haiper, 1928. 
Pioneer life. 

1850-1860 

*Harte, Bret Bret Harte's stories of the old west. Bost, Houghton, 1942. 
Well-selected stories of social Kfe. 

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1850-1860 

Hauck, Louise P. Lucky shot. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1931. 
Opening up of the Colorado country. 

1819-1850 

*f Hauck, Louise P. The Youngest rider, a story of the Pony Express. 

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1927. 

Frontier and pioneer life; trip from St. Joseph, Missouri, to Pike's 
Peak. 

1840-1860 

Hawkins, Anne. To the swift. N.Y., Harper, 1949. 
Pony Express. 

1824-1902 

tHawthorne, Hildegarde. Born to adventure. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 

1947. 
Fict. Biog. of Fremont. 

1850-1870 

Hawthorne, Hildegarde. Wheels toward the West. N.Y., Longmans, 

Green 1931. 
The covered wagon train for Sante Fe. Eat Carson. 

1833-1840 

fHayes, Marjorie. The little house on runners. Boston, Little, Brown, 

1939. 
Early transportation in New England. A trip from Vermont to Boston. 

1861-1865 

Heyward, DuBose. Peter Ashley. N.Y., Farrar, 1932. 
Slavery and abolition. 

1840-1860 

Hinckley, Helen. Mountains are mine. N.Y., Vanguard, 1946. 
Mormon trek to Utah. 

1830-1870 

*f Holling, H. C. Tree in the trail. Boston, Houghton, 1942. 
Santa Fe Trail. 

1848 

*Hough, Emerson. The Covered wagon. N.Y., Appleton, 1922. 
Pioneering to Oregon. 

1844-1846 

*Hough, Emerson. Fifty-four forty or fight. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 



The Oregon controversy. 

1820-1860 

Hough, H. B. Long anchorage. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1947. 
Economics in the eastern states. Cotton mills. 

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1840-1850 

Howard, Elizabeth. Peddler's girl. N.Y., Morrow, 195 L 
Frontier life in Michigan. 

1859-1870 

fHubbard, Margaret A. Lone boy. N.Y., Macmillan, 1943. 
Montana frontier, and the gold rush. 

1775-1847 

*fHunt, Mabel L. Better known as Johnny Appleseed. Philadelphia, 

Lippincott, 1950. 
Life of John Chapman, and his wanderings through the Midwest. 

1856-1860 

* Jones, Nard. Swift flows the river. N.Y., Dodd, 1940. 

Opening up of the Pacific northwest along the Columbia River. 

1854-1860 

f Judson, Clara I. Michael's victory, Boston, Houghton, 1946. 
Irish workers on the building of the railroads. 

1831-1850 

*Judson, Clara I. Reaper man. Boston, Houghton, 1948. 
Cyras H. McCormick and the invention of the Reaper. 

1817-1860 

Riser, Martha G. Gay melody. N.Y., Longmans, 1949. 
Cultural life of the time. Alcott, Thoreau. 

1830-1848 

fKnapp, G. L. The Lone star of courage, N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1931. 
War for Texan independence. Sam Houston. 

1815-1860 

*Kneen, O. H. Young pioneers on Western trails. N.Y., Stokes, 1929. 
"Young explorers' own stories of adventure in the unknown West." 
Hearne, Mackenzie, Pike, Pattie, Carson, 

1846-1850 

fLathrop, West. Keep the wagons moving. N.Y., Random, 1949. 
On to Oregon. 

1830.1860 

Linderman, F. B. Beyond law. N.Y., Day, 1933. 

Trapping days along the upper Missouri River. Fur trade. 

1850-1860 

Lockwood, Myrna. DeUcta Ann. N.Y., Button, 1941. 
Underground railroad to freedom for the slaves. 

1836-1850 

fLockwood, Myrna. Up with your banner. N.Y., Button, 1945. 
Texas, and the Alamo. 

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1850-1870 

fLong, Laura. Square sails and Spice Islands. N.Y., Longmans, 1945. 
Opening up of Japanese ports to American trade. 

1817-1860 

Longstreth, T. M. Hide-out. N.Y., Macmfflan, 1947. 

"Concord of Thoreau and Emerson." Beginning of railway travel. 

1847-1850 

*tLoring, Jules. West we go. N.Y., Putnam, 1946. 
Gold-rush days. 

1814-1864 

Lowe, Corinne. Gentle warrior. N.Y., Harcourt, 1948. 
Fict. Biog. of Dorothy Lynde Dix. 

1856-1858 

*Lynn, Margaret. Free soil. N.Y., Macmillan, 1920. 
Free soil struggle in Kansas. 

1850-1860 

*Lynn, Margaret. The Land of promise. Boston, Little, Brown, 1926, 
Missouri Compromise ; slavery controversy. 

1820-1860 

f MacDonald, Zillah. Two on a tow. Boston, Houghton, 1942. 
New York State Barge Canal. 

1859-1870 

MacGowan, Alice. The Trail of the little wagon. N.Y., Stokes, 1928. 
Emigrant trail; Utah and the Mormons; Pioneer life; Buffalo Bill; 
The journey to California. 

1800-1847 

*f McMeekin, Isabella McL. Journey cake. N.Y., Messner, 1942. 
Frontier life. John Chapman. 

1845-1850 

McNeilly, Mildred M. Each bright river. N.Y., Morrow, 1950. 
Oregon country. 54-40 or fight. 

1850-1860 

fMeader, S. W. Jonathan goes West. N.Y., Harcourt, 1946. 
Early transportation by steamboat and rail. 

1826-1836 

fMeader, S. W. Longshanks. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1928. 
Early life of Lincoln. 

1850-1860 

f Meadowcroft, Enid LaM. By secret railway. N.Y., Crowell, 1948. 
Slavery. Underground R,Rl 

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1820-1850 

fMedary, Marjory. Buckeye boy. N.Y., Longmans, 1944. 
Ohio frontier life. 

1830-1860 

Miner, Lewis S. Wild waters. N.Y., Messner, 1946. 
Mississippi River during steamboat days. 

1830-1860 

fMontgomery, R. B. Trapper's trail. N.Y., Holt, 1943. 
West on the Santa Fe trail. 

1834-1843 

*f Morris, Rhoda. Susan and Arabella, pioneers. Boston, Little, Brown, 

1935. 

A trip from Missouri to the Oregon country. Whitman, and the Whit- 
man mission. McLoughlin. 

1792-1852 

*Morrow, Mrs. H. W. Black Daniel. N.Y., Morrow & Co., 1931. 
The love story of Daniel Webster. 

1836-1850 

Morrow, Mrs. H. W. On to Oregon! the story oj a pioneer boy. N.Y., 

.Wm. Morrow, 1926. 
Journey from Missouri to Oregon; Marcus Whitman; Kit Carson. 

1836-1847 

*Morow, Mrs. H. W. We must march. N.Y., Stokes, 1925. 
Western exploration; Oregon; Whitman. 

1858-1860 

fNeyhart, Louise A. Henryfs Lincoln. N.Y., Holiday House, 1945. 
Lincoln-Douglas debates. 

1840-1870 

Oakes, Vanya. Footprints of the dragon. Philadelphia, Winston, 1949. 
Building of the Pacific R.R, Part Chinese labor played in it 

1857-1S61 

Ogley, Dorothy & Cleland, M. G. Iron land. N.Y., Doubleday, 1940. 
Discovery of iron in the Mesabi range in Minnesota. 

1854-1860 

*f Palmer, Elizabeth, Give me a river. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 
Life on the Saint Croix River in the territory of Minnesota. 

1840-1860 

*Parrish, Anne. Clouded star. N.Y., Harper, 1948. 
Harriet Tubman, and the work she did for her people. 

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1850-1860 

fPease, Howard. Long wharf. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1939. 
San Francisco in the ' 



1820-1840 

Poole, Ernest. Nancy Flyer. N.Y., Crowell, 1949. 
Stage coach, and its effect on rail travel. 

1848 

f Sabin E. L. Into Mexico with General Scott. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 

1920. 
Good maps and historical material on the war with Mexico. 

1822-1860 

*Seifert, Shirley. Captain Grant. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1946. 
Early life of General U. S. Grant. 

1840-1850 

Seifert, Shirley. Turquois trail. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1950. 
Mexican War. 

1840-1860 

f Seymour, Alta H. Galewood crossing. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1946. 
Settlement in wilds of Wisconsin. Chippewa Indians. 

1800-1850 

Shaftel, G. A. Golden shore. N.Y., Coward-McCann. 1943. 
Conquest of California. 

1820-1850 

Simon, Charlie M. Joe Mason apprentice to Audubon. N.Y., Dutt6n, 

1946. 
Trip to New Orleans on the Mississippi. 

1850-1865 

*f Skelton, C L. Riding west on the Pony Express. N.Y., Macmillan, 

1939. 

From St. Joseph, Missouri, to Salt Lake City. Based on authentic 
material. 

1850-1860 

Smith, L. K. Forty days to Santa Fe. Boston, Little, Brown, 1938, 
Stage transportation. Fremont, Kit Carson. 

1830-1850 

Snedeker, C. D, The Beckoning road. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Doian, 1929, 
Experiment in community living; life in the Owen colony in Indiana. 

1855-1860 

Snow, C. H. Argonaut^ gold. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 1936. 
The stoiy of frontier life and scenes in a wagon train through 
Wyoming, and Nevada. 



EXPANSION, 1829-1861 



1840-1850 

fStaffelbach, E. H. For Texas and freedom. Philadelphia, Macrae- 
Smith, 1948. 
Texas independence. 

1830-1860 

Stern, Philip VanD. Drums of morning. N.Y., Doubleday, 1942. 
Anti-slavery movement. 

1837-1848 

Stewart, G. R. East of the giants. Boston, Holt, 1938. 
California before the gold rush. 

1824-1860 

*Stone, Irving, Immortal wife. N.Y., Doubleday, 1944. 
Life and adventures of Fremont. 

1850-1861 

Stowe, Mrs. H. B. Dred Boston, Houghton Miffiin, n.d. 
The slavery controversy just before the Civil War. 

1850-1851 

*Stowe, Mrs. H. B. Uncle Tom's Cabin. N.Y., A. L. Burt Co., n.d. 
Slavery. 

1858-1861 

*Strachey, Ray. Marching on. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace & Howe, 1923. 
John Brown; Harper's Ferry. 

1849-1860 

f Taylor, Florence W. Towpath Andy. Chicago, Whitman, 1938. 
Inland transportation on the Erie Canal, and the Wabash. 

1850-1861 

Thane, Elswyth. Yankee stranger. N.Y., DueH, Sloan, 1944. 
Just before the Civil War. Lee, Jeb Stuart, Kckett, Stonewall Jackson. 

1840-1870 

*Tousey, Sanford. Jerry and the Pony Express. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 

1936. 
The part played by the Pony Express in the building of the West 

1850-1860 

Troyer, H. W. Salt and the savor. N,Y., Wyn, 1950. 
Early Indiana social life, and character. 

1835-1850 

*Venable, Clarke. All the brave rifles. Chicago, Re21y & Lee, 1929. 
Social life in U. S. ; causes of the Mexican War; David Crockett; Sam 
Houston; historical references well verified* 

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1832-1861 

fVestal, Stanley. Jim Bridger, mountain man. N.Y., Morrow, 1946. 
Fict. Biog. 

1840-1850 

Vestal, Stanley, (pseud.) Revolt on the border. Boston, Houghton 

Mifflin, 1938. 
The annexation of New Mexico. 

1849 

White, S. E. Gold. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 1913. 
California gold rush. 

1850-1860 

Young, Stark. Heaven trees. N.Y., Scribner, 1926. 
Life on a plantation before the Civil War. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

Barker, E. C The father of Texas. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1936. 

The life of Austin, and the part he played in the independence of Texas. 
Beardsley, H. M. Joseph Smith and his Mormon empire. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin, 193L 

The Mormons and their migration to Utah. For the mature pupil. 
Brown, Jennie B. Fort Hall on the Oregon Trail Caxton, Caldwell, Idaho, 1934. 

Historical account of the region with stress on the social and economic aspects. 
Burton, Mrs. Katherine. Paradise planters; the story of Brook Farm. N.Y., 
Longmans, Green, 1939. 

An account of the social experiment. 

Carter, C F. When railroads were new. N.Y., Centenary edition, Simmons- 
Broadman Pub. Co., 1926. 

Fragments of railroad history are brought together. Good for the earlier period. 
Cendrars, Blaise. Suttees gold; tr. from the French. N.Y., Blue Ribbon Books, 
1926. 

The man, and his role in California economic life. 
Chapman, J. J. William Lloyd Garrison. Boston, Atlantic Monthly Press, 1921. 

Abolition movement. 
*CIark, D. E. The West in American history. N.Y., Crowell, 1937. 

The geographic factors in the expansion of the United States. 
Clark, W. H. Railroads and Rivers. Boston, Page, 1939. 

Story of inland transportation. 
Clemens, S. L. (Mark Twain.) Life on the Mississippi. N. Y., Harper, n.d. 

Mississippi steamboat days. 
*CoIe, A. C. The irrepressible conflict 18501865. N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 

A discussion of the conditions that brought on the conflict between the sections 

of the country. 
Dennison, Merrill. Advancing America. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1936. 

"The drama of transportation and communication." An interesting, non-technical 

account 
*Driggs, H. R., and King, Sarah S. Rise of the Lone Star. N.Y., Stokes, 1936. 

**A story of Texas told by its pioneers." 
*fFoster, Genevieve. Abraham Lincoln's world. N.Y., Scribner, 1945. 

Social life 18091865. 
Fraser, H. R. Democracy in the making. Indianapolis Bobbs-Merrill, 1938. 

The Jackson-Tyler era. The fight against the Banks. 
*fGarst, Doris S. Kit Carson. N.Y., Messner, 1942. 

Western exploration. 
Hamilton, Charles, ed. Cry of the Thutnderbird. N.Y., Macmillan, 1951. 

Account of the Indians of the U.S. From the Indian polnt-of-view. 

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*Harlow, A. F. Old towpaths. N.Y., Appleton, 1926, 

"The story of the American Canal era." For the mature pupil 
Harlow, A. F. Road of the Century. N.Y., Creative Age, 1947. 

New York Central R.R. 
Harlow, A. F. When horses pulled boats. N.Y., Nelson, 1936. 

Story of the early canals. The inland waterways. 
Henry, R. S. Story of the Mexican War. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill 1950 

Tries to justify it 

fHooker, W. F., and Driggs, H. R. The Bullwhacker. (Pioneer life series ) 
Yonkers-on-Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co. 1924 

Freighting in the far West, 18501870. 
Hungerford, Edward. Men and iron. N.Y., Croweli, 1938. 

"The history of the New York Central Railroad." 
Hungerford, Edward. Wells Fargo. N.Y., Random, 1949. 

Fart it played in the advancing frontier. 

*James, Bessie R., and James, Marquis. The courageous heart. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill, 1934. 

A life of Andrew Jackson. 

*James, Bessie R., and James, Marquis, Six foot six. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 
1931. 

Biography of Samuel Houston. 
*James, Marquis. The Raven. Garden City, N.Y., Garden City Pub. Ox, 1949. 

Life of Sam Houston. 
Karsner, David. John Brown, Terrible 'Saint: N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1934. 

A psychological study of the man and his acts. 
Koragold, Ralph. Two friends of man. Bost, Little, Brown, 1950. 

Anti-slavery movement Garrison, Wendell Phillips. 
King, E. L. Main Line. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1948. 

Building of the South Pacific R.R. 
Laut, Agnes C Conquest of our Western empire, N.Y., McBride, 1932. 

Expansion of the United States. 
*Laut, Agnes C. Overland trail. N.Y., Stokes, 1929. 

"Epic path of the pioneers to Oregon." 
*Lewis, Lloyd. Captain Sam Grant. Bost, Little, Brown, 1950. 

Life of Grant from the earliest time to the Civil War. 

f Lockwood, Myrna. Indian Chief, the story of Keokuk. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 
1943. 

Sauk Ityjianj?. 

Long, Laura. Fuss V feathers. N.Y., Longmans, 1944, 

Life of Winfield T. Scott 
Lyman, G. D. The saga of the Comstock Lode, N.Y., Scribner, 1934* 

Life in Virginia City, Nevada, during its boom days, and its decay. Social 

view of a mining community. 
fMcCracken, Harold. Great white buffalo. Phila., Uppincott, 1946. 

What the buffalo meant to the Dakota, Cheyenne, Comanche, Cree Indians. 
Mack, E, C. Peter Cooper citizen of N.Y., N.Y., Duell, Sloans, 1949. 

His influence and work. 
McKinley, S. B. Old Rough and Ready. N.Y., Vanguard, 1946. 

Life of Zachary Taylor. 
*tMcNeer, May Y. California gold rush. N.Y., Random, 1950. 

Informative account The people involved, and the gold fields. 
fMasters, J. G. Stories of the far west. Boston, GSnn, 1935. 

History of the trans-Missouri country from 1803 1843. 
tMeeker, Ezra. Ox-team days on the Oregon Trail. Yook^s-on-Htidsoii, 
World Book Co, 1922. 

The trip from Indiana to Oregon in the 5(rs. 
Monaghan, Jay. Overland TruL Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1947. 

North-central route of migration to the West 

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Montgomery, R. G. The white-headed eagle. John McLoughlin builder of an empire. 
N.Y., Macmillan, 1934. 

The history of the Oregon country. 
fMontgomery, R. G. Young northwest. N.Y., Random, 1941. 

History of the Pacific Northwest. 
Myers, J. M. The Alamo. N.Y., Button, 1948. 

Spanish and Mexican history leading up to the Alamo. 

*Nevins, Allan, Fremont: Pathfinder of the West. N.Y., Appleton- Century, 1939. 
*fNicolay, Helen. Andrew Jackson, the fighting president. N.Y., Century, 1929. 

Life and times of that dynamic personality. 
Nolan, Jeannette C. John Brown. N.Y., Messner, 1950. 

"Brown as a martyr." The abolition movement. 
fNolan, Jeannette C Little Giant. N.Y., Messner, 1942. 

Life of Stephen A. Douglas. Lincoln-Douglas debates. 
Ogg, F. A. The Reign of Andrew Jackson (Chronicles of America series.) New 

Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1919. 

Parkman, Francis. The Oregon Trail. Boston, Little, Brown, 1936. 
Phillips, U. B. Life and labor in the old South. Boston, Little, Brown, 1929. 

Good background material for slavery and abolition period. For the mature 

pupil. 
Rawson, Marion N. Forever the farm. N.Y., Dutton, 1939. 

The importance of agriculture in the development of America. 
Riegel, R. E. America moves West. N.Y., Holt, 1930. 

The westward movement, in its various stages. 
Rourke, Constance. Davy Crockett. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1934. 

Crockett's career. Stress is placed on his connection with the independence of 

Texas. 

Russell, I. K. Hidden heroes of the Rockies. (Pioneer life series.) Yonkers-on- 
Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co., 1923. 

Great Salt Lake region; geographical history. 

Rydell, Carl. On Pacific frontiers. (Pioneer life series.) Yonkers-on-Hudson, 
N.Y., World Book Co., 1924. 

Life in the far West 
*Schlesinger, A. M. Age of Jackson. Boston, Little, Brown, 1945. 

Stress on industrial, and economic forces. 
fSeymour, F. W. The Boy's life of Fremont. N.Y., Century, 1928. 

The Pathfinder and explorer. 

*Seymour, F. W. Boys' life of Kit Carson. N.Y., Century, 1929. 
fShapiro, Irwin, Yankee thunder. N.Y., Messner, 1944. 

Legendary life of Davy Crockett 

Stokes, G. W., and Driggs, H. R* Deadwood gold. (Pioneer life series.) Yonkers- 
on-Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co., 1926. 

Black Hills. 

tTaber, C. W., and Boetcher, E. J. Breaking sod on the prairie. (Pioneer life 
series.) Yonkers-on-Hudson, N, Y., World Book Co., 1924. 

Opening up of the middle West. 

*Turner, F. J. The Frontier in American history. N.Y., Holt, 1921. 
Van Deusen, G. G. The life of Henry Clay. Boston, Little, Brown, 1937. 

A well analyzed, critical biography. 
Walworth, Arthur. Black ships off Japan. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

Commodore Perry's expedition, and opening up of Japan. Mature, 
*Werner, M. R. Brigham Young. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1925. 

The history of Mormonism. For the mature pupil. 
Willison, G. F. Here they dug gold. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946. 

Pike's Peak gold rush. 
Wilson, N. C Treasure Express. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 

The epic days o the Wells Fargo Ebcpress. 
Wiltse, C M. John C. Calhoun, nationalist. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1944. 

Personal, and political history. 

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VI. CONFLICT, 1861-1865 

1861-1865 

*fAllen, M. P. White Feather. N.Y., Longmans, 1944. 
Sectional differences in Kentucky. Morgan's raiders. 

1865 

Andrews, Mrs. M. R. S. The Perfect tribute. N.Y., Scribner, 1906. 
Lincoln's Gettysburg address. 

1831-1865 

*Bacheller, Irving. A Man for the ages. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrifl, 

1919. 
Abraham Lincoln. 

1861-1865 

Boyd, James. Marching on. N.Y., Scribner, 1927. 

From the point of view of a Southerner who is not a slave owner, 

1861-1865 

*f Brier, Royce. Boy in blue. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1937. 
The experience of a boy in the Army of Cumberland. 

1860-1870 

*f Brink, Carol R. Caddie Woodlawn. N.Y., Maonfflan, 1935. 
Pioneer life in Wisconsin during the Civil War. 

1861-1863 

*Cable, G. W. The Cavalier. N.Y., Scribner, 1901. 
Confederate viewpoint. 

1861-1865 

*Churchill, Winston. The Crisis. N.Y., Macmfflan, 1901. 
Abraham Lincoln. 

1818-1882 

Colyer, Anne. Mr. Lincoln's wife. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 19*3. 
Fictional biography in a sympathetic manner. 

1861-1865 

f Cormack, Maribelle. A recruit for Abe Lincoln. N.Y., Appleton- 
Century, 1942. 
Washington, D.C. during the Civil War. 

1861-1865 

Crabb, L. A. Lodging at the Saint Cloud, Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrffl, 

1946. 
Nashville during the war. 

1861-1865 

Crabb, A. L. Mockingbird sang at Chickamauga. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill, 1949. 
War between the States. 

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1861-1864 

*Crane, Stephen. The Red badge of courage. N.Y., Appleton, 1895. 
Battle of Chancellorsville. 

1861-1865 

fDaringer, Helen F. Mary Montgomery, rebel. N.Y., Harcourt, 1948. 
Atlanta during the war. 

1861-1865 

Dixon, Thomas. The Man in gray. N.Y., Appleton, 1921. 
Civil War; the South; Robert E. Lee and his family. 

1861-1865 

Dowdey, Clifford. Bugles blow no more. Boston, Little, Brown, 1937. 
Conditions in Richmond during the Civil War. 

1861-1865 

Dowdey, Clifford. Tidewater. Boston, Little, Brown, 1943. 
Confederate Richmond. 

1860-1865 

Drago, H. S. Stagecoach kingdom. N.Y., Doubleday, 1943. 
Transportation, Freight, and stage lines West. 

1861-1865 

f Dwight, Allan. Linn Dickson Confederate. N.Y., Maonillan, 1934. 
The War between the States from the southern point-of-view. Based 
on authentic accounts. 

1860-1865 

Eggleston, G. C. Warrens of Virginia. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1924. 
Suffering in the North and South during the Civil War. 

1861-1865 

f Friskey, Margaret. Thad Lincoln and the green umbrella. N.Y., Oxford 

Univ. Press, 1944. 
Gives another side-light on Lincoln. 

1849-1877 

fGarst, Shannon. Crazy Horse. Boston, Houghton, 1950. 
Fict. Biog, of Oglala Sioux Chief. 

1861-1865 

Gttfdon, Caroline. None shall look back. N.Y., Scribner, 1937. 
The effect of the war on the border states, Kentucky, and Tennessee. 
Battles of Donelson, and Chickamaugua. 

1363-1865 

*Hart, Scott Eight April days. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1949. 
Days that led up to Appomattox. 



CONFLICT, 1861-1865 



1861-1870 

Haycock, Ernest. Long storm. Boston, Little, Brown, 1946. 
Portland Oregon during the Civil War. Copperheads. 

1861-1865 

Hayes, Nelson. Blockade. London, Lovat Dickson & Thompson, 1935 
Blockade running during the Civil War. 

1861-1865 

Heagney, H. J. Blockade runner. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1939. 
A tale of adventure aboard the Robert E. Lee. 

1850-1865 

Kane, H. T. Bride of fortune. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1948 
Fict. Biog. of Mrs. Jefferson Davis, and her times. 

1861-1865 

Kantor, MacKirday. Arouse and beware. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1936 
An escape from the South during the war. 

1863-1865 

*Kantor, MacKinlay. Long remember. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1936 
The Battle of Gettysburg. 

1861-1865 

Lancaster, Bruce. Scarlet patch. Boston, Little, Brown, 1947. 
Part played by the foreign-born in the Civil War. 

1801-1870 

f Long, Laura. D&uid Farragut. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1950. 
Life of the first admiral of the U. S. navy. 

1861-1865 

McCord, Joseph. Redhouse on the hill. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 1938 
Maryland during the Civil War. 

1861-1865 

*Minnigerode, Meade. Cornelia ChantreU. N.Y., Putnam, 1926. 
The Civil War as it affected the South. 

1861-1865 

Mitchell, Margaret. Gone with the wind. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936, 
A southern picture of the War between the states, 

1860-1865 

Moffit, Virginia M. Jayhawker. Boston, Page, 1949. 
Outlaws and Indians in Texas. 

1861-1865 

Montgomery, J. S. Tall men. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1928. 
Blockade running; sea dud between Alabama and Kearsarge. 

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1860-1865 

*Morrow, Mrs. H. M. W. Forever free; a novel of Abraham Lincoln. 

N.Y., Wm. Morrow & Co., 1927. 
Early years of Lincoln's presidency. 

1830-1865 

*Morrow, Honore. Great Captain. N.Y., Morrow, 1935. 

The trilogy of Lincoln's life including in one volume Forever Free; 
With Malice toward None; The Last Full Measure. 

1864-1865 

*Morrow, Mrs. H. M. W. The last full measure. N.Y., Morrow & Co., 

1930. 
The last years of the Civil War. Lincoln's last years. 

1861-1865 

*Morrow, Mrs. H. M. W. With malice toward none. N.Y., Wm. Mor- 

row & Co., 1928. 
Lincoln; Civil War. 

1860-1865 

Noble, Hollister. Woman with a sword. N.Y., Doubleday, 1948. 
Anna E. Carroll, and the Tennessee campaign. 

1865-1870 

*Page, T. N. Red rock. N.Y., Scribner, 1898. 

Civil War and after; "Carpet baggers"; Ku Klux raids. 

1861-1865 

*fPage, T. N. Two little Confederates. N.Y., Scribner, 1932. 

1861-1865 

Parrish, Randall. My lady of the North. Chicago, McClurg, 1904. 
The North during the Civil War. 

1861-1865 

Parrish, Randall My lady of the South. Chicago, McClurg, 1909. 
The South during the Civil War. 

1861-1865 

Rowdl, Adelaide. On Jordan's stormy banks. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrill, 1948. 
Story of a Confederate scout. Mature. 

1865-1869 

fSabin, E. L. Opening the iron trail. N.Y., Crowell, 1919. 
The building of the Union Pacific railroad. 

1861*1865 

*Scott, Mrs. Evelyn. The Wave. N.Y., J. Cape and H. Smith, 1929. 
Civil War and its effect on the 



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1861-1864 

*f Singmaster, Elsie. A Boy at Gettysburg. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1924. 
Social life during the Civil War. 

1863 

*Singmaster, Elsie. Gettysburg. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1913. 
Battle of Gettysburg. 

1850-1865 

Singmaster, Elsie. / speak for Thaddeus Stevens. Boston, Houghton, 

1947. 
His acts, and motives, Clay, Calhoun, Lincoln. 

1861-1865 

Street, J. H. By valour of arms. N.Y., Dial, 1944. 
Action around Natchez. Siege of Vicksburg. 

1861-1865 

Williams, B. A. House divided. Boston, Houghton, 1947. 
Impact of the war. General Longstreet. Mature. 

1850-1865 

Young, Stark. So red the rose. N.Y., Scribner, 1934. 
The South before, and during the Civil War. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

*fAdams, Mrs. Julia. Stonewall. N.Y., Dutton, 1931. 

Fine biography of a hero of the Confederacy. 
*fBarton, W. E. The Great good man. Indianapolis, Bobbs-MerrSl, 1927, 

"How the boy Lincoln grew to manhood and achieved immortality." 
Blackford, W. W. War years with Jeb Stuart. N.Y,, Scribner, 1945. 

Reminiscences. 

Bradford, Gamaliel. Confederate portraits. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1912. 
Bradford, Gamaliel Lee the American. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1912. 
Bradford, Gamaliel. Union portraits. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1914. 
Charnwoodj G. R. B. Abraham Lincoln. N.Y., Holt, 1917. 

The opinion of an English author. 
*fDaugherty, H, J. Abraham Lincoln. N.Y., Viking, 1943. 

Includes speeches, letters, anecdotes. 
Eckenrode, H. J. Jefferson Davis, President of the South, N.Y., Macmiflan, 1923 

A good account of the Southern confederacy. 
Emery, R. G. Robert E. Lee. N.Y., Messner, 1951. 

A sympathetic account. 
fFoster, Genevieve. Abraham Lincoln. N.Y., Scribner, 1950. 

A fine portrait. 
*Hendrick, B. J. Lincoln's war cabinet. Boston, Little, Brown, 1946. 

Short biographies. Gives motives. Mature. 
Hendrick, B. J. Statesman of the Lost Cause. N.Y., Literary Guild, 1939, 

Background for the war. Confederate side. 
Henry, R. S. The story of the confederacy. N.Y., Grosset, 1936. 

An interesting discussion. For the mature student. 
Heyward, DuBose and Sass, H. R. Fort Sumter. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1938. 

The very beginning of the war. 

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fHorn, S. F. The boys' life of Robert E. Lee. N.Y., Harper, 1935. 

Stresses Lee's career as a soldier. Based on authentic material. 
Rowland, Louis. Stephen A. Douglas. N.Y., Scribner, 1920. 

Party strife and the Civil War. 
*Lewis, Lloyd. Sherman; fighting Prophet. N.Y., Harcpurt, Brace, 1932. 

Biography of Sherman with the stress on his Civil War career. For the 

mature pupil. 
Meadowcrpft, Enid LaM. Abe Lincoln and Us times. N.Y., Crowell, 1946. 

Illustrations are of importance. 
tMcMedon, Isabel. Robert E. Lee, knight of the South. N.Y., Dodd, 1950. 

A lauditory account. 
*Monaghan, James. Diplomat in carpet slippers. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1945. 

Foreign affairs. Lincoln. 
Reyher, Ferdinand. Davy Farragut. N.Y., Brewer Warren, 1932. 

Farragut as a midshipman. Suitable for junior and senior high school. 
tSandburg, Carl. Abe Lincoln grows up. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1928. 

Twenty chapters of Sandburg's famous "Abraham Lincoln, the Prairie Years," 

makes up this fascinating biography. 

*Sandburg, Carl. Abraham Lincoln, the Prairie Years. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1926. 
*Sandburg, Carl. Storm over the land. N.Y., Harcourt, 1942. 

Valuable material on Civil War. 
tStevens, W. O. Glasgow Farragut, our first admiral. N.Y., Dodd, 1942. 

Navy in -the Civil War. 
Tate, Allen. Jefferson Davis: his rise and fall. N.Y., Minton, Balch, 1929. 

An attempt to give an unbiased estimate of the man. 
*Tate, Allen. Stonewall Jackson: the good soldier. N.Y., Minton, Balch, 1928. 

Written in an interesting manner. 
Thomason, J. W. Jeb Stuart. N.Y., Scribner, 1934. 

The dashing spirit of the Confederate leader, and his part in the war. 
Townsend, G. A. Rustics in rebellion. Chapel Hill, Univ. of No. Carolina Press, 
1950. 

"Yankee reporter on the road to Richmond." Mature. 
Von Abele, Rudolph. Alexander Stephens. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

A study of the man, and his motives. Mature. 

VII. RECONSTRUCTION AND CONSOLIDATION, 

18651897 

STORIES 
1864-1890 

*Aldrich, Mrs. B. S. A Lantern in her hand. N.Y., Appleton, 1928. 
Pioneer Efe in Nebraska. 

1870-1890 

*fArmer, Mrs. Laura A. Waterless mountains. N.Y., Longmans, Green. 

1931. 
Frontier life in Arizona. 

1856-1872 

Arnold, Elliott Blood brother. N.Y., DueU, Sloan, 1947. 
Apache warfare. Expansion of the U. S. A. 

1889-1900 

Ayddotte, Dora. Trumpets calling. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1938. 
Opening tip of the Cherokee Strip for the settlement as a part of 
Oklahoma. 

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1865-1870 

Baker, Olaf. Buffalo Barty. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1932. 
Opening up of the west. Indian life, and warfare. 

1865-1890 

Barnett, D. R. A cross of gold. Philadelphia, Dorrance, 1939. 

Economic, social, and political life in early Montana. Fisk, Saunders, 
Beidler, and Howie. 

1880-1890 

Bell, Margaret E. Totem casts a shadow. N.Y., Morrow, 1949. 
Relation of the whites, and the natives in Alaska. 

1865-1879 

*Binns, Archie. Yon rolling river. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 

Opening up of the Pacific Northwest. Fort Astoria. Columbia River 
Country. 

1865-1890 

Bowman, J. C. Pecos Bill. Chicago, Whitman, 1937. 
Tall tales of the American cowboy. 

1873-1876 

fBrill, E. C. Rapahu's warning. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 1931. 
Story of the great Sioux outbreak. 

1873-1890 

fChowen, A. B. Living wild. Button, 1929. 
Frontier life in Montana; Sitting Bull. 

1877-1886 

*Qum, Woodworth. Apache agent. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1936. 
An account of the Apache Indians, and their leader Geronimo. Based 
on authentic material. 

1880-1900 

Coburn, Walt. Barbed wire. N.Y., Century, 193L 
Story of the cattle ranges. 

1874-1880 

fComfort, Mildred H. Winter on the Johnny Smoker. N.Y., Marrow, 

1943. 
Steam-boating on the Mississippi 

1870--1890 

Coolidge, Dane. Arizona cowboys. N.Y., Button, 1938. 

The story of the ranges, and the relations of cowboys and sheep herders. 

1865-1890 

CooUdge, Dane. Long rope. N.Y., Dutton, 1935. 
The cattle industry in Texas, and New Mexico. 

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1865-1876 

Cooper, C. R. The Last frontier. Boston, Little, Brown, 1923. 

Pioneer life; Kansas-Pacific railway; General Custer; Buffalo Bill. 

1889 

Cooper, C. R. Oklahoma. Boston, Little, Brown, 1926. 

he rush of settlers into Oklahoma ; public lands of the U. S. 



1865-1882 

Cory, Home. Jesse James was my neighbor. N.Y., Duell, 1949. 
Fict. Biog. Turbulent times after the Civil War. 

1865-1875 

Dixon, Thomas. Clansman; an historical romance of Ku Klux Klan. 

Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 1914. 

Reconstruction period in the South after the Civil War; pro-Klan; 
the period from the Southern point of view. 

1870-1880 

fDowney, F. D. Army mule. N.Y., Dodd, 1945. 
Army mule in the Apache campaign. General Crook. 

1890-1900 

Downing, J. H. Hope of living. N.Y., Putnam, 1939* 
Homesteading in the Dakotas. 

1865-1872 

Edward, H. S. Eneas Africanus. Macon, Georgia, T. W. Burke Co., 

1920. 

Social life in the South during the Reconstruction period; Negro 
psychology. 

1885-1890 

Erdman, Loida G. Edge of time. N.Y., Dodd, 1950. 
Homesteading in the Texas Panhandle. 

1870-1900 

Fast, Howard The American. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1946. 
Life of John Peter Altgeld. Labor riots. Controversial. 

1870-1898 

Fast, Howard. Last frontier. N.Y., World Pub. Co., 1946. 
Homesteading hi Wyoming. Indian warfare. General Crook. 

1873-1878 

Fax, E. C Sitting Butt. N.Y., Messner, 1946. 
Fict. Biog. Indian warfare* 

1880-1890 

Ferber, Edna. Cimarron. N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1929. 
The opening up of Oklahoma. Frontier life, 

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1869-1875 

f Fernald, Helen C. Smoke blows west. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1937. 
The life of the Kansas settlers after the Civil War. The building of the 
Grand Texas Trunk Railway. 

1864-1870 

Gardiner, Dorothy. Great betrayal. N.Y., Doubleday, 1949. 
Indian warfare in Colorado territory. 

1870-1890 

Gardiner, Dorothy. Snow-water. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1939. 
Pioneer life in Colorado. The effect of irrigation. 

1837-1890 

*fGarst, Doris S. Sitting Bull. N.Y., Messner, 1946. 
Fictional biography. 

1865-1877 

fGarst, Shannon. Custer, fighter of the plains. N.Y., Messner, 1944. 
Indian warfare. 

1817-1895 

Graham, Shirley. There once was a slave. N.Y., Messner, 1947. 
Life of Frederick Douglass. 

1865-1880 

fHall, C. G. Through by rail N.Y, Macmillan, 1938. 

The influence of the railroads in the building up of the country. 

1860-1877 

*Hanna, A. J. Flight into oblivion. Richamond, Va., Johnson Pub. Co., 

1935. 
"Fate which overtook the leaders of the Confederacy." 

1867-1870 

Havinghurst, W., and Havinghurst, M. M. High prairie. N.Y., Farrar 

& Rinehart, 1944. 
Norwegian settlers in Minnesota. 

1875-1880 

Hawley, Zoa G. A boy rides with Custer. Boston, Little, Brown, 1938, 
Indian warfare, and Custer's last stand. 

1866-1876 

Haycox, Ernest. Bugles in the afternoon. Boston, Little, Brown, 1944. 
Sioux Indian campaign. Custer. 

1865-1880 

f Howard, Helen L. Hannah's sod house. Caldwell, Idaho, 1947. 
Sod house frontier. 

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1873 

Isham, F. S. Black Friday. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1904. 
The panic of 1872; economic aspects of history. 

1860-1870 

Jackson, H. H. Ramona. Boston, Little, Brown, 1939. 

Mission work among the Indians in California; policy of the U. S. 
towards the Indians. 

1880-1900 

James, Will. Big-enough. N.Y., Scribner, 1931. 
Life in the cow country. 

1870-1890 

f Johnson, Siddie J. New town in Texas. N.Y., Longmans, 1942. 
Missouri-Texas R.R. 

1880-1886 

fKerr, Laura N. Girl who ran for President. N.Y., Nelson, 1947. 
Fict Biog. of Belva Lockwood. Equal Rights for Women. 

1870-1890 

fKnox, Rose B. Footlights afloat. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1937. 
Showboat days on the Mississippi River. 

1865-1875 

Krey, Laura. And tell of time. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1938. 
Reconstruction period in Texas. 

1880-1890 

Lane, Mrs. Rose W. Free land. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1938. 
Pioneer life in the Dakotas. 

1860-1900 

Lewis, Flannery. Brooks too broad for leaping. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 
Nevada during the mining boom, and after. 

1862-1870 

Lewis, Flannery. Suns go down. N.Y., Macmillan, 1937. 
The story of Virginia City, Nevada. 

1870-1890 

McNeely, M. H. The Jumping-off place. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1929. 
Homesteading in Dakota. 

1865-1890 

Mann, E. B. With spurs. N.Y., Morrow, 1937. 
The cattle industry in Texas. 

1876 

Marshall, Edison. Seward's folly. Boston, Little, Brown, 1924. 
Purchase of Alaska. 

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1879-1880 

Meigs, Cornelia L. Railroad west. Boston, Little, Brown, 1937. 

The building of the Northern Pacific R.R. from Minnesota to the 
Yellowstone. 

1870-1880 

Moran, Mabel O'C Red Eagle, Buffalo Bill's adopted son. Philadelphia, 

Lippincott, 1948. 
Indian problems. 

1869-1870 

Nygaard, N. E. They sought a country. N.Y., Longmans, 1950. 
Norwegian immigration into Minnesota. Mature. 

1889 

Ogden, G. W. Sooner land. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1927. 
The opening of Oklahoma to settlers. 

1886 

fPauli, Hertha E. Golden door. N.Y., Knopf, 1949. 
Story of the Statue of Liberty. 

1874-1880 

*Pritchett, Lulita C. The shining mountains. Chicago, Whitman, 1939. 
Pioneer life in Colorado. 

1870-1880 

fRegli, A. Fiddling cowboy. Philadelphia, McKay, 1949. 
Old West, and Texas. 

1870-1890 

Riditer, Conrad. The sea of grass. N.Y., Knopf, 1936. 

The cattle range in New Mexico, and the effects of the fencing of 
the range* 

1870-1879 

f Robertson, F. C. On the trail of Chief Joseph. N.Y., Appfeton, 1927. 
Indian warfare. 

1890 

fRoffins, P. A. Jinglebob. N.Y., Scribner, 1927. 
Cowboy life in Montana. 

1880-1890 

*Rolvaag, O. E. Giants in the earth, a saga of the prairie; tr. from 

Norwegian. N.Y., Harper, 1927. 
Pioneer Efe in South Dakota. 

1870-1890 

fRounds, Glen. Pay dirt. N.Y., Holiday House, 1938. 
Black Hills gold rush. 

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1872-1880 

Rush,, W. M. Red Fox of the Kinapoo. N.Y., Longmans, 1949. 
Life of the Nez Perces Indians. 

1870-1880 

*Schaefer, Jack. Shane. Boston, Houghton, 1949. 
"Tensions between cattlemen, and homesteaders." 

1865-1890 

Schmidt, Sarah L. New Land. N.Y., McBride, 1933. 
Frontier life in Wyoming. 

1865-1880 

*Sheppard, Muriel E. Cabins in the laurel Chapel Hill, N. C, Univ. 

of North Carolina Press, 1935. % 
Folk history, social, and economic life in the southern mountains. 

1865-1880 

*tSummers, R. A. Battle of the Sierras. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1943. 
Building of the Union Pacific. Leland Stanford. Charley Crocker. 

1865-1875 

^Summers, R. A. Conquerors of the river. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 

1939. 
The Colorado River, and its influence on settlement. 

1896-1898 

*fThompson, A. R. Gold-seeking on the Dalton trail. Boston, Little, 

Brown, 1900. 
Gold rush to Klondike. 

1870-1880 

Warren, C M. Only the validnt. N.Y., Macmillan, 1943. 
Indian wars in the southwest. 

1865-1870 

Wheelwright, J. H., Jr. Gentlemen, hush! N.Y., Scribner, 1948. 
Reconstruction period after the War between the States. Mature. 

1870-1880 

*fWilder, Mrs. Laura I. Little house in the biq woods. N.Y., Harper, 

1932. 
Early pioneer life in Wisconsin. 

1880-1890 

Winther, S. K. Take all to Nebraska. N.Y., Macmillan, 1936. 
Danish immigration to Nebraska. 

1870-1880 

fWyatt, Geraldine. Buffalo gold. N.Y., Longmans, 1948. 
Homesteading on the Kansas plains. 

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1868-1870 

Wyatt, Genddine. Wronghand. N.Y., Longmans, 1949, 
Cattle industry in Texas. 

1865-1880 

Yerbe, Frank. The vixens. N.Y., Dial, 1947. 

Carpet-bagging days in New Orleans. White leaguers. Klanstnen. 
Mature. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

Adams, J. T. American tragedy. N.Y., Scribaer, 1934. 

The Civil War and its effects on the country. 
Aikman, Duncan, ed. The Taming of the frontier. N.Y., Minton, Balch & Co., 1925. 

Ten authors tell about the early days of ten American cities. 
Beard, Mary. A Short history of the American labor movement. N.Y., Harcourt, 
Brace, 1920. 

Brief and simple account. 
Bechdolt, F. R. When the West was young. N.Y., Century, 1922. 

Pioneer days in the far West. 
*Bowers, C. G. The Tragic era. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 

After Lincoln's assassination. Reconstruction, For the mature pupil. 
Bryan, Florence H. Susan B. Airthony. N.Y., Messner, 1947. 

The Woman's Rights movement. 
Buck, P. H. The road to reunion 18651900. Boston, little, Brown, 1937. 

Reconciliation of the north and south. 
fClark, G. G. Thomas Alva Edison. N.Y., Aladdin, 1950. 

Life, and inventions. . . ~ 

*tCody, W. F. An Autobiography of Buffalo BUI. N.Y., Cosmopolitan Book Corp., 
1920. 

When the West was young; Pony Express after Civil War. 
Coolidge, Dane. Texas cowboys. N.Y., Button, 1937. 

The daily life of the Texas cowboys, what they did, and how they lived. 
tCrump, Irving. Boys' book of cowboys. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1934. 

History of the cattle range. ^ ^ 

Custer, Elizabeth B. Boots and saddles. New ed. N.Y., Harper, 194L 
fDavis, R. J. The Boys' life of Grover Cleveland. N.Y., Harper^ 1925. 
*de Kruif, Paul. Seven iron men. N.Y., Blue Ribbon Books, 1929. 

Industrial America. Romance of iron and steel. 
*Dick, Everett. The sod-house frontier (18541890). N.Y., Appleton, 1937. 

Frontier life in Kansas, Nebraska, and the Dakotas. 
Ellsberg, Edward. Cruise of the Jeannette. N.Y., Dodd, MesuL 1W9. 

Expedition to the North Pole sponsored by the i N.Y. Herald. 
Garst, D. S. Story of Buffalo Bill. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Mernll, 1938. 

An interesting biography of that colorful character. . 

tGfflett, J. B., and Driggs, H. R. The Texas ranger. (Pioneer life series.) 
Yookers-on-Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co., 1927. 

Southwestern frontier, 18751876. 
*Glasscock, C B. Gold i* them Mtts. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Memll, 1932 

The story of the last wild mining days in the west The Tomopah, GoKifield, 

Rhyolite, and Rawhide mines. 
Hale, W. EL Horace Greeley voice of the people. N.Y., Harper, 1950. 

As a newspaperman, and a politician. 
fHawthorne, Hildegarde, Ox-team miracle. N.Y., Longmans, 1942. 

Story of Alexander Majors. 
'Holbrook, S. H. Iron brew. N.Y., Macmfflan, 1939. 

Industrial America. A century of American iron ^and steel. 
James, Will. American cowboy. N.Y., Scriboer, 1942. 

WHd West days. 

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Kouwenhoven, J. A. Adventures of America 18571900. N.Y., Harper, 1939. 

Social history of the U. S. as represented by the reproductions of the illustrations 

in Harper's Weekly. 
Lampman, C P. The great western trail. N.Y., Putnam, 1939. 

Opening up of the middle-west and the far- west 
*Lewis, Lloyd. Myths after Lincoln. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1929. 

The effect of Lincoln's death on the Reconstruction period. 
fMcConnell, W. J., and Driggs, H. R. Frontier law. (Pioneer life series.) 

Yoakers-on-Hudson, N.Y., World Book Co., 1924. 
McElroy, R. M. Grover Cleveland, the man and the statesman. N.Y., Harper, 1923. 

Cleveland's private and public life. 

Nevins, Allan, Emergence of modern America. New ed. N.Y., Macmillan, 1945. 
*Paxson, F. L. The Last American frontier. N.Y., Macmillan, 1910. 

The Westward movement and its influence on American history. 
tPollock, Dean- Joseph, chief of the Nez Perce. Seattle, Wash., Binfort & Mort, 
1950. 

Indian Tribal lands. 
*Schlesinger, A. M. Rise of the city 18781898. N.Y., Macmillan, 1933. 

The industrialization of America and its results hi urban life. 
*Shaw, A. H. The Story of a pioneer. N.Y., Harper, 1915. 

The feminist movement in the United States. 
Stoddard, H. L. Horace Greeley. N.Y., Putnam, 1946. 

Influence of the Press. 
fSwan, O. G., ed. Frontier days. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 1928. 

A vivid picture ; taken from the writings of American authors. 
Van de Water, Frederic, Glory-hunter. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1934. 

A life of General Custer. Debunking. 
*Van Metre, T. W. Trains, tracks and travel. N.Y., Simmons-Boardman, 1926. 

Transportation in tne U. S. ; well illustrated ; interesting. 
Vestal, Stanley. Warpath. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1934. 

**The true story of the fighting Sioux told in a biography of Chief White Bull." 
Ware, N. J. The Labor movement in the United States, 18601895. N.Y., Appleton, 
1929. 

Valuable material on the history of labor organization. For the mature pupil. 
*Washington, B. T. Up from slavery. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 1900. 

The negro problem after the Civil War. 

VIII. NATIONAL EXPANSION AND THE NEW DEMOCRACY, 

18971914 

STORIES 
1900-1914 

Cannon, Cornelia J. Heirs. Boston, Little, Brown, 1930. 
Immigrants in the United States. 

1890-1900 

Chester, G. R. Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford. N.Y., A. L. Burt Co., 1907. 
Spirt and methods of Big Business. 

1900-1914 

Chidsey, D. B. Panama passage. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
Work of Goigas in the building of the Panama Cknal. 

1897-1910 

Corydl, H. V, Klondike gold. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 
Short stories of the Klondike gold rush. 

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1898-1900 

fCrockett, Lucy H. Capitdn. N.Y., Holt, 1940. 

A mule who served in the Spanish- American war. 

1880-1910 

f Fargo, Lucile F. Prairie Chautauqua. N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 
Place of the Chautauqua movement in intellectual life. 

1898-1899 

f Gerould, G. H. Filibuster. N.Y., Appleton, 1924. 
Spanish-American War. Naval engagements. 

1892-1918 

fHatch, Alden. Young Wilkie. N.Y., Harcourt, 1944. 
Early years. 

1898-1910 

*Hobart, Alice T. Oil for the lamps of China. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrffl, 1933. 
American big business in China. 

1893-1894 

fHoberg, Ruth L. Not so long ago. N.Y., Crowefl, 1937. 
The Columbia Exposition in Chicago. 

1899-1914 

Kantor, MacKinlay, Cuba Libre. N.Y., Q>ward-McCann, 1940. 
The aftermath of the Spanish-American War in Cuba. 

1890-1914 

fKleeman, Rita H. Young Franklin Roosevelt. N.Y., Messner, 1946. 
His youth. 

1890-1914 

*Norris, Frank The Pit. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, n.d 

Industrialization. Wheat speculation, and the stock exchange. 

1890-1900 

*Page, Elizabeth. Wild horses and gold. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1936. 
A trip from Wyoming to the Yukon gold fields. 

1880-1914 

Scowcroft, Richard. Children of the Covenant. Boston, Houghton, 1945. 
Problems of the Mormons after annexation by the U.S JL. 

1900-1914 

Stephenson, Howard. Glass. N.Y., Kendall, 1933. 
Encroaching of industrialism on agriculture. 

1890-1914 

Updegraff, R. R. Captains in confKct. Chicago, A. W. Shaw, 1927. 
"The story of the struggle of a business generation" ; "Big Business,** 

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1890-1920 

Walker, Stanley. Mrs. Astor's horse. N.Y., Stokes, 1935. 

Humorous accounts of unusual happenings during the period. 

1890-1914 

White, W. A. A Certain rich man. N.Y., Macmillan, 1909. 
Big Business. 

1890-1900 

Wister, Owen. The Virginian. N.Y., Macmillan, 1902. 
Social life in the West. 



BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, PERIOD ACCOUNT 

*Allen, K L. The lords of creation. N.Y., Harper, 1935. 

Informal account of the expansion of industry in America. 
Asbury, Herbert. Carrie Nation. N.Y., Knopf, 1929. 

The crusade for prohibition, 

Bok, E, W. The Americanization <?jp Edward Bok. N.Y., Scribner, 1920. 
*Boyce, W. D. United States colonies and dependencies. Chicago, Rand McNally, 
1914. 

The expansion of the U. S. 
fCharnley, M. V. The Boys 9 life of the Wright brothers. N.Y., Harper, 1928. 

Early aviation. 

Collier, W. R., and Westrate, E. V. The reign of Soapy Smith. N.Y., Garden City 
Publishing Co., 1937. 

"The last days of the old west, and the Klondike gold rush." 
Corsi, Edward In the shadow of liberty. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 

Ellis Island, and American immigration. 
*Davis, U. L. We are Alaskans. Boston, W. A. Wilde, 1931. 

Intimate essays giving the social life in Alaska. 
Downey, F. A. Portrait of an era as drawn by C. D. Gibson. N.Y., Scribner, 1936. 

Pictorial reconstructs the era of the "gay '90*5." 
*DuVal, M. P. And the mountains will move. Stanford Univ. Press, 1947. 

Complete History of the building of the Panama Canal. Mature. 
*fFairbanks, H. W. Conservation reader. Yonkers-on-Hudson, N.Y., World Book 
Co., 1920, 

Conservation of natural resources. 
*tFast, Howard. Goethals and the Panama Canal. N.Y., Messner, 1942. 

A very interesting account. 

*Faulkner, H. U. The Quest for social justice, 18981914. (A History of American 
life, vol. XL) N.Y., Macmillan, 193L 

The problems of big business. For the mature pupil. 
*GIasscock, C B. Then came oil. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1938. 

Economic, and social effect of oil on Oklahoma. 
Glasscock, C B. The war of the copper kings. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1935. 

Development of the Montana copper fields. Daly, Heinze, and Clark. 
*fHagedorn, Hermann. The Boys* life of Theodore Roosevelt. N.Y., Harper, 1918. 

Interesting and stimulating account. 
Hagedorn, Hermann. The Rough-riders. N.Y., Harper, 1927. 

Spanish- American War. 
fHarlow, A. F. Theodore Roosevelt. N.Y., Messner, 1943. 

Stress is on his versatility. 
tHartman, Gertrude. Machines. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 

Changes in business and industry, and their effects. 
Harvey, R. H, Samuel Gompers. Palo Alto, Stanford Univ. Press, 1935. 

Development of labor policies. 

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fHusband, Joseph. Americans by adoption. Boston, Little, Brown, 1920. 

"Brief biographies of the great citizens born in foreign lands" ; immigration. 
*James, Marquis. Cherokee strip. N.Y., Viking, 1945. 

Early Oklahoma. 
tJudson, Clara I. Soldier Doctor. N.Y., Scribner, 1942. 

Life of Gorgas, and building of the Panama Canal. 
*La Guardia, Fiorello H. Making of an insurgent. PhiUu, Lippincott, 1948. 

Autobiography 18821919. Political, and social life. Mature. 
Leech, Harper and Carroll, J. C. Armour and his time. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 
1938. 

Industrialization of America with special reference to the meat packing industry. 
Leonard, J. N. Tools of tomorrow. N.Y., Viking, 1935. 

The mechanical age, what it is, and how it works. 
Marshall, J. L. Santa Fe, the railroad that built an empire. N.Y., Random, 1945. 

What railroad transportation meant to the Southwest, 
Mason, Gregory. Remember the Maine. N.Y., Holt, 1939. 

A debunking account of the war and the motives behind it. 
*Meadowcroft, W. H. The Boys' life of Edison. N.Y., Harper, 1911. 

What the "Wizard" has contributed to the Industrial Age, 

*Mills, Walter. Martial spirit; a study of our war with Spain. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin, 1931. 

Causes of war and motives of the leaders. For the mature pupil. 
fNeyhart, Louise A. Henry Ford, engineer. Bost, Houghton, 1950. 

Inventive genius of Henry Ford, and what it meant to industrial America. 
*Orth, S. P. Our foreigners. (Chronicles of America series). New Haven, Conn., 
Yale Univ. Press, 1920. 

The immigration problem in America. 
Paine, R. D. Roads of adventure. Boston, Houghton MiffHn, 1922. 

Spanish- American War. 
Park, R. E., and Miller, H. A. Old world traits transplanted. N.Y., Harper, 1921. 

Immigration. 
*Parkman, M. R. Conquests of invention. N.Y., Century, 1921. 

Epoch-making inventions that have contributed to the industrial age especially 

in America. 
Perkins, Frances. People at work. N.Y., Century, 1921. 

Factory system in America. 
Pinchot, GiflFord. Breaking new ground. N.Y., Harcourt, 1947. 

Early steps in the conservation of natural resources. 
*Pound, Arthur. Industrial America. Boston, Little, Brown, 1934. 

Gives a detailed account of twelve industrial corporations. 
Pound, Arthur. The Iron man in industry. Boston, Atlantic Monthly Press, 1922. 

Significance of automatic machinery. 
Stefansson, V. Unsolved mysteries of the Arctic. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 

Arctic adventures, and problems. 

Stoddard, T. L. Master of Manhattan; the life of Richard Croker. N.Y., Long- 
mans, 1931. 

Life of the Tammany boss. For the mature pupil. 
^Sullivan, Mark. Our times. The United States. Vol. III. Pre-war America. N.Y., 

Scribner, 1930. 
Tarbell, I. M. The Life of Elbert H. Gory; the story of steel N.Y., Appleton, 1925. 

Importance of the iron industry in the U. S. 
fThomson, J. E. Our Atlantic possessions. N.Y., Scriboer, 1928. 

Expansion of the U. S. 
*Walden, A. T. A Dog-puncher on the Yukon. Boston, Hooghton Miffiin, 192& 

Vivid picture of the opening up of the Yukon. Gold rush. 
fWeayer, R. B. Industrial Society. Chicago, Unrv. of Chicago Press, 1940. 

A simple treatment. 

Werner, M. R. Bryan. N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, 1929. 
West, R. S., Jr. Admirals of American Empire. Indianapolis, Bohbs-Merrffl, 1948. 

Spanish American War. Dewey, Mahan, Schley, Sampson. 

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*Wiese, Mildred, and Reticker, Ruth. The Modem worker. N.Y,, Macmillan, 1930. 

A comprehensive, simple treatment of the problems of American labor. 
Williams, W. C. William Jennings Bryan. N.Y., Putnam, 1936. 

The political leadership of Bryan, and his relations with Theodore Roosevelt, 

and Wilson. 
*Wissler, Clark. Indian cavalcade. N.Y., Sheridan House, 1938. 

Life of Indians on the Indian Reservations. 

IX. WORLD WAR 1914-1918 

STORIES 
1916-1918 

*t Abbot, W. J. Blue jackets of 1918. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1921. 
American Navy in the World War. 

1914-1919 

*Andrews, M. R. S. His soul goes marching on. N.Y., Scribner, 1922. 
World War. 

1917-1918 

*f Aspen, Don. Mike of Company D. N.Y., Scribner, 1939. 
A dog at the front. 

1916-1918 

fBarbour, H. Fortunes of war. N.Y., Century, 1919. 
Submarine peril during the War. 

1917-1919 

Binns, Archie. The laurels are cut down. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 

1937. 
The American forces in Siberia during the World War. 

1914-1918 

*f Bishop, W. A. Winged warfare. N.Y., Doran, 1918. 

Personal narrative of experiences in the British Royal Flying Corps. 

1916-1918 

*f Burtis, Thomson. Russ Farrell, airman. Garden City, N.Y., Double- 
day, Page, 1924. 
America in the World War. 

1914-1918 

Canfield, Dorothy (Fisher). Home ftres in France. N.Y., Holt, 1918. 

1914-1915 

Cobb, I. S. Paths of glory. N.Y., Doran, 1915. 
Impressions of war written at and near the Front. 

1914-1916 

*f Driggs, L. L. The Adventures of Arnold Adair, American ace. Boston, 

Little, Brown, 1918. 
American boy in the French Flying Corps at the outbreak of the War. 

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1914-1917 

f Dyer, W. A. Ben, the battle horse. N.Y., Holt, 1919. 
The World War. 

1914-1918 

fElIsberg^ Edward. Pigboats. N.Y., Dodd, 1931. 
Submarine warfare. 

1916-1918 

Erskine, L. Y. Comrades of the clouds. N.Y., Appleton, 1930. 
Adventures of a crack flying squadron during the World War. 

1916-1918 

fNewberry, Perry. Forward ho! a story of the Argonne. N.Y,, Stokes, 

1927. 
An American boy in the World War; German occupation. 

1914-1918 

*f Paine, R. D. Ships across the sea. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1920. 
Short stories; battleships and submarines during the War. 

1917-1918 

*Quirk, L. W. Jimmy goes to war. Boston, Little, Brown, 1931. 
Adventure of a driver of a truck. Contributions of America to the war. 

1916-1918 

*f Rolt-Wheeler, Francis. Wonder of war in the air. Boston, Lothrop, 

Lee & Shepard, 1917. 
Aviation during the World War. 

1914-1918 

Thomas, Lowell. Raiders of the deep. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

Doran, 1928. 
U-Boat information in story form. 

1916-1918 

Thomason, J. W., Jr. Fix bayonets! N.Y., Scribner, 1925. 
The story of the Marines. 

1916-1918 

f Tomlinson, E. T. Scouting with General Pershing. Garden City, N.Y., 

Doubleday, Page, 1918. 
World War. 



BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

*Adams, R. G. A history of the foreign policy of the United States. N.Y., Mac- 
millan, 1924. 

Especially strong on relations with Canada. 
Bailey, T. A. Woodrow Wilso* attd the lost peace. N.Y., Mamriflan, 1944. 

Points a moral for today. 
Baker, N. D. Why we went to War. N,Y Harper, 1936. 

An analysis of the background of the War. 

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fBishop, Farnham. The Story of the submarine. N.Y., Century, 1916. 
A non-technical account of the submarine history, its evolution and its use in 

war. 

fBond, A. R. Inventions of the Great War. N.Y., Century, 1918. 
Clark, W. B. When the U-Boats came to America. Boston, Little, Brown, 1929, 

German submarine operations on the U. S. coast; interesting account. 
*Coolidge, A. C. The United States as a world power. N.Y., Macmillan, 1923. 

Relations with Europe, and Latin-America. 
Davidson. H. P. The American Red Cross in the Great War. N.Y., Macmillan, 

1918. 

Fay, S. B. Origins of the World War. 2nd ed. rev. N.Y., Macmillan, 1944. 
*Fish, C R. American diplomacy. N.Y., Holt, 1923. 

Especially useful in understanding relations with Canada. 

tGordy, W. F. The Causes and meaning of the Great War. N.Y., Scribner, 1919. 
Hatch, Alden. Woodrow Wilson. N.Y. Holt, 1947, 

Life of a liberal. 

*Hayes, J. H. A brief history of the Great War. N.Y., Macmillan, 1920. 
tJohnston, C. H. L. Famous generals of the great war. Boston, Page, 1919. 

Both allies and the U.S.A. 
Latane, J. H. From isolation to leadership. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page, 

1920. 

Foreign policy of the U. S, 
fMcCracken, Harold. Pershing, the story of a great soldier. N.Y., Brewer & 

Warren, 1931. 

The events of his life are given briefly with the stress on the world war, 
fMcKinley, A. E., Coulomb C. A. and Gerson, A. J. A School history of the 

Great War. N.Y., American Book Co., 1919. 
Short, interesting account. 
*Millis, Walter. Road to war. America 1914 1917. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 

1935. 
The events that led to the entrance of the U. S. into the World War. Well 

documented. 
*Paxson, F. L. American democracy and the World War. Vol. II America at war. 

19171918 Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1939. 
Political, military, and social phases. 
*Sears, L. M. A History of the American foreign relations. N.Y., Crowell, 1927. 

Traces the foreign relations from Colonial period. 
*Slosson, P. W. The Great crusade and after (19141928). (A History of Amer- 

ican life vol. XII.) N.Y., Macmillan, 1930. 
The aftermath of the World War. For the mature pupil. 

X. THE UNITED STATES SINCE THE 
WORLD WAR, 1918-1942 

STORIES 
1932 
Aldrich, Darragh. Earth never tires. N.Y., Kinsey, 1936. 

Back to the land in northern Minnesota during the depression years. 

1935-1940 

Ambler, Eric Journey into Fear. N.Y., Knopf, 1940. 
Nazi spy system. 

1928-1933 

Barnes, Margaret A. Witkin this present. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 



The changes that have taken place in America. 

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1930- 

Boyd, T. A. In time of peace. N.Y., Minton, Balch, 1935. 
The effect of the depression on American life and thought. 

1926-1936 

Breckenridge, Gerald. The besieged. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1937. 
The effect of the depression on American family life. 

1920-1937 

*Burman, B. L. Blow for a landing. N.Y., Day, 1938. 
Life along the Mississippi River at the present time. 

1920-1950 

Btirgan, John. Long discovery. N.Y., Farrar, Straus, 1950. 

Changes that have taken place in coal towns. Effects of Union 
strength. Mature. 

1930-1934 

Cantwell, Robert. The land of plenty. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1934. 
Labor conditions in the western lumber mills. 

1918-1925 

fDaugherty, Sonia. All things new. N.Y., Nelson, 1936. 
How the America of the 1920*8 looked to Russian refugees. 

1925-1935 

Green, Paid. This body the earth. N.Y., Harper, 1935. 
The life of tenant farmers in North Carolina. 

1938-1942 

Gunther, John. Troubled midnight. N.Y., Harper, 1945. 
Intrigue in Constantinople. 

1930-1945 

Hayes, Dorsha. Who walk with the earth. N.Y., Harper, 1945. 
Labor movements, and leaders. Mature. 

1918-1920 

fHess, Fjeril. Handkerchief holiday. N.Y., Maonillan, 1942. 
Training for citizenship. 

1930-1940 

Jones, Nard. Still to the West. N.Y., Dodd, 1946, 
Grand Coulee Dam. 

1933-1938 

Kramer, Horace. Marginal land. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1939. 
Modern trek back to the land. Life on a Dakota farm. 

1933-1935 

*Lawrence, Josephine. // / have jowr apples. N.Y., Grosset, 1935. 
Effect of the depression on family life. 

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1933-1936 

*Lawrence, Josephine. Sound of running feet. N.Y., Stokes, 1937. 
How the depression effected employers, and employees. 

1932-1935 

Lewis, Sinclair. It can't happen here. N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 
An imaginary story of the possible changes in American government, 
and its effects on the individual. 

1918-1932 

Lumpkin, Grace. To make my bread. N.Y., Macaulay, 1932. 
The effects of the industrialization of the South. 

1900-1940 

fMeans, Florence C. Teresita of the valley. Boston, Houghton, 1943. 
Spanish-Americans and their problems in the Southwest, and Colorado. 

1930-1936 

Merrick, E. From this hill look down. N.Y., Putnam, 1933. 
The early years of the depression. 

1933-1937 

Roe, Wellington. The tree falls south. N.Y., Putnam, 1937. 

The draught in southern Kansas. Conditions in the "Dust Bowl." 

1920-1935 

*fSchmidt, Sarah L. Ranching on the Eagle Eye. N.Y., McBride, 1935. 
A story of cattle raising, and the part the "Future Fanners of 
America" have played in its improvement. 

1930-1936 

Thomas, Dorothy. The home place. N.Y., Knopf, 1936. 
The doubling up of families during the depression. 

1920-1930 

Vorse, Mary M. H. Strike. N.Y., Liveright, 1930. 
The condition of labor in the mills of North Carolina. 

1918-1925 

*fWiddemer, M. C. In the shadow of the skyscraper. N.Y., Harcourt, 

Brace, 1925. 
Social life in America of the 1920*8. 

1927-1931 

fWffiiamson, T. R. The flood fighters. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1931. 
A boy's adventure in the Mississippi River Flood area. 

1933-1935 

*Yeager, D. G. Bob Flame, Rocky Mountain Ranger. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 



The problems involved in Conservation, and the part played by the 

\-/. \_x.V_x. 

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1930-1936 

Zugsmith, ^Leane. Time to remember. N.Y., Random House, 1936. 
Economic conditions during the depression. Relations of labor anc 
capital. The results in strikes, lockouts, and strife. Controversial. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

* Adams, S. H, Incredible era. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1939. 

The life and times of Warren G. Harding. 
Aiken, G. D. Speaking from Vermont. N.Y., Stokes, 1938. 

How a conservative eastern state solved its depression problems. 
*Allen, F. L. Only yesterday. N.Y., Harper, 1931. 

A good-natured account of life in America in the 192Q's. 
*Allen, F. L. Since yesterday. N.Y., Harper, 1940. 

The happenings in America in the 1930"s. 
Armstrong, Louise V. We too are the people. Boston, Little, Brown, 1938. 

Conditions of the underprivileged. Emergency relief. W. P. A. 
*Baer, Marian E. Pandora's box. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1939. 

The need for conservation. 
Bailey, T. A. A diplomatic history of the American people. N.Y., Crofts, 1940 

Useful for reference on the subject 
*Barber, J. Hawaii: restless rampart. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1941. 

Important discussion in the light of subsequent events. 
fBartlett, R. M. Sky pioneer. N.Y., Scribner, 1947. 

Biog. of Igar I Sikorsky. ^ 
Beard, C. A. American foreign policy in the making. Yale Univ. Press, 1946. 

Valuable material. Mature. 
*tCharmley, M. V. The boys 9 life of Herbert Hoover. N.Y., Harper, 1931. 

Varied career of Hoover, from boyhood to Presidency. 
*Chase, e Stuart. Men and machines. N.Y., Macmillan, 1929, 

A vivid picture of the machine age. 
*Chase, Stuart Rich land, poor land. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1936. 

Waste of American resources. Controversial. 
*Chase, Stuart The tragedy of waste. N.Y., Macmillan, 1925. 

Production and consumption in modern America. 

Coolidge, Calvin. The autobiography of. N.Y., Cosmopolitan Book Corp. 1929. 
*Danids, Jonathan. A southerner discovers the South. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 

A fine discussion of the south, and its problems. 

Davis, Forrest, and Lingley, E. K. How war came, and American White Paper 
N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1942. 

Background for World War II. 
De Seversky, A. P. Victory through air power. N.Y. Simon & Schuster, 1942. 

Early aerial operations in World War II in Britain. 
Fay, Bernard. Roosevelt and his America. Boston, Little, Brown, 1933. 

The early years of the New Deal. 

Gauvreau, Emile H. & Cohn, Lester. Billy Mitchell, founder oj our air force. N.Y. 
Dutton, 1942. 

What Mitchell stood for. 
*fGlover, Katherme, America begins again. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1939. 

"The conquest of waste in our natural resources." 
*Gollomb, Joseph. Armies^ of spies. N.Y. MacmiUan, 1939. 

Organized propaganda in North and South America. 
Graham, Frank. Al Smith, American. N.Y., Putnam, 1945. 

An informal biography, political, and personal. 
Graham, Shirley & Lipscomb, G. D. Dr. Washington Carver. N.Y., Messner, 1944 

The progress made by the negro. 

*Green, William. Labor and democracy. Princeton, N J., Princeton Univ. Press 
1937. 

An authoritative discnssion of modern labor and its problems. For the matar 
student 

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Grew, J. C Ten years in Japan. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1944. 

Background for war with Japan. 
*Gustafson, A, F. Conservation in the U. S. N.Y., Comstock, 1944. 

Natural resources, and economic conditions. 
Harris, Herbert. American labor. New Haven, Conn., Yale Univ. Press, 1939. 

A concise account of the main currents of the labor movements. 
Hinshaw, David. Herbert Hoover: American Quaker. N.Y., Farrar, Straus, 1950. 

Lauditory biog. Mature. 

*Hoffman, W. G. Pacific relations. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1936. 
Peoples and problems in the Orient as they effect relations with Europe, and 

the United States. 
Huberman, Leo. We, the people. N.Y., Harper, 1932. 

The social and economic implications of the depression. 
*Johnson, C O. Borah of Idaho. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1936. 

Useful in understanding the political conditions in America since the World War. 
Johnson, Vance. Heaven's tableland. N.Y., Farrar, Straus, 1947. 

Dust Bowl story- 
*Kent, F. R. Without grease. N.Y., Morrow, 1936. 

Political behavior 19341936. Controversial. 
Keun, Odette. A foreigner looks at the T.V.A. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1937. 

A favorable account as it relates to flood control, and soil conservation. 
*Kirk, G. L. Philippine independence. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1936. 

Problems involved are analyzed. 
Lane, Marie, and Steegmuller. America on relief. N.Y., Haroourt, Brace, 1938. 

The problem of relief. Controversial. 

Lord, Russell. Behold our land. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1938. 
Effect of previous wasteful practices on the condition in farming and lumbering. 

The need for conservation. 
Lorentz, Pare. The River. N.Y., Stackpole, 1938. 

Flood control along the Mississippi. 
tLowitz, S., and Lowitz, A. Young America's story of Franklin D. Roosevelt. N.Y., 

Doubleday, Doran, 1933. 
A lauditory account. 
*Lynd, R. S., and Lynd, Helen M. Middletown in transition. N.Y., Harcourt, 

Brace, 1937. 
The problems of scoial, economic, and political life in a typical American city, 

and how they are met in actual practice. 
Macarthur, J. R. Ancient Greece and modern America. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton. 

1943. _ 

Interesting, and stimulating comparison. Mature. 
*McFarlane, C. T. The present war. N.Y., American Book Co., 1940. 

Background and related developments. 
McWilliams, Carey. Factories in the fields. Boston, Little, Brown, 1939. 

The story of migratory farm labor in California. Controversial. 
Moore, J- A. Famous leaders of industry. Fifth series. Boston, Page, 1945. 

Brief biographies of leaders. 
*fMoses, Belle. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1933. 

A sympathetic account of his political and official life. 
*fPeet, Creighton. Defending America. N.Y., Harper, 1941. 

What U.S. defense might entail. 
Perkins, Frances. The Roosevelt I knew. N.Y., Viking, 1946. 

Covers the period of the Depression, as well as the War period. 
Richards, Eva. Arctic mood. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton, 1949. 

Teaching school in the Arctic Region. 
Ridoards W. C Last billionaire. N.Y., Scribner, 1948. 

Life of Henry Ford, and his influence on industry. 
*Roosevelt, Eleanor. This I remember. N.Y., Harper, 1949. 
Valuable, and interesting information about the F. D. Roosevelt administrations 
Mature. 

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iRosenblum, Marcus. Story of Franklin D. Roosevelt. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 
1949. 

A laudatory account 
Schlesinger, A. M. New Deal in action. N.Y., Macmillan, 1938. 

An evaluation of means, and methods. Mature. 

*Sears, P. B. Deserts on the inarch. Norman, Oklahoma, Univ. of Oklahoma 
Press, 1935. 

Causes of the "Dust Bowl." 
fShapiro, Irvin. Joe^ Magarac and his USA citizen papers. N.Y., Messner, 1948. 

Problem of Americanization. 
*fStefansson, Evelyn B. Within the circle. N.Y., Scriboer, 1945. 

Important information in the light of World War II effort. 
*Sullivan, Mark. Great adventure at Washington. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 
Page, 1922. 

Conference on the limitation of Armaments 1921 1922. 
Taylor, G. E. America in the new Pacific. N.Y., Macmillan, 1942. 

A comparative study of the economic conditions in the countries of Europe, 

and the United States. Controversial. 
Train, A. K. Story of everyday things. N.Y., Harper, 1941. 

Applied science. Industries. 
White, W. L. Bernard Baruch, portrait of a citizen. N.Y., Harcourt, 1950. 

"Portrait of an elder statesman." His services through four administrations. 

Mature. 
Wish, Harvey. Contemporary America, the scene since 1900. N.Y., Harper, 1945. 

Liberal viewpoint on conditions. Mature, 

*Woofter, T. J. Jr., and Winston, Ellen. Seven lean years. Chapel Hill, N.C, 
Univ. of North Carolina, 1939. 

Analysis of the problems of the depression. For the mature student. 
Wright, C. M. Here^ comes labor. N.Y., Macmillan, 1939. 

Answers the question asked about labor, and its objectives. Controversial. 
Yates, R. F. Machines over men. N.Y., Stokes, 1939. 

The machine age, and its effects on American labor. 

XL WORLD WAR II, AND AFTER 

STORIES 
1940-1943 

f Berger, Josef. Sub-chaser Jim. Boston, Little, Brown, 194-3. 
Navy in the war. 

1940-1944 

Brown, H. P. Walk in the sun. N.Y., Knopf, 1944. 
U S. army in Italy. 

1940-1943 

Crawford, Phyllis. Second shift. Boston, Holt, 194-3. 
Contribution of labor to the war effort. 

1940-1945 

fDean, G. M. Wings over the desert. N.Y., Viking, 1945. 
Civil Air Patrol. 

1940-1942 

f Deutsch, B. The welcome. N.Y., Harper, 1942. 
Refugee children. 

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1940-1943 

fDowney, F. D. Dog of war. N.Y., Dodd, 1943. 
Training of dogs for war. 

1940-1942 

fDowney, F. D. Jezebel the Jeep. N.Y., Dodd, 1944. 
Humorous story of adventure in North Africa. 

1940-1950 

Duncan, David. Serpent's egg. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 
A realistic story of a bus driver's strike. Mature. 

1940-1948 

Emery, Anne. Tradition. N.Y., Vanguard. 
Japanese- American relations. Toleration in the U. S. A. Mature. 

1940-1944 

*fFelsen, Gfegor. Some follow the sea. N.Y., Dutton, 1944. 
Merchant marines. 

1940-1943 

*fFelsen, Gregor. Submarine sailor. N.Y., Dutton, 1943. 
Submarine warfare. 

1940-1945 

fFord, Edward. Larry Scott of the Sun. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 

1945. 
Gathering news for a News service. 

1942-1950 

Gilbert, Kenneth. Arctic venture. N.Y., Holt, 1950. 
Story of trading voyages to Alaska. 

1940-1942 

*Haggerty, Edward. Guerrilla Padre in Mindanao. N.Y., Longmans 

1946. * 

Struggle in the Philippines. 

1940-1942 

Hargrove, Marion, See here, Private Hargrove. N.Y., Holt, 1942. 
Humorous account of life of a private, 

1941-1945 

Hazlett, E. E. Rig for depth chargesi N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1945. 
Submarine in World War II. 

1940-1943 

f Herman, F. S. Dynamite cargo. N.Y., Vanguard, 1943. 
Merchant marines on the northern route to Russia. 

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1940-1945 

f Jordan, R. B. Born to fight. Philadelphia, McKay, 1947. 
Fictional Biography. Admiral Halsey. 

1930-1945 

Knapp, Sally. Eleanor Roosevelt. N.Y., Crowell, 1949. 
Fict. Biog. Gives activities when she was First Lady. 

1942-1945 

fKnight, Ruth A. Brave companions. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 

1946. 
Use of dogs in war in Japan. 

1940-1945 

Lansing, Elisabeth. Ann Bartlett returns to the Philippines. N.Y., 

Crowell, 1945. 
Navy Nurses in the war. 

1940-1945 

f McSwigan, Marie. Juan of Manila. N.Y., Button, 1947. 
Philippines during World War II. 

1940-1946 

f Mallette, Gertrude. Once is forever. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
Problems brought on by the war. 

1940-1943 

fMeader, S. W. Sea snake. N.Y., Harcourt, 1943. 
Submarine warfare. 

1939-1942 

Meader, S. W. Shadow in the pines. N.Y., Harcourt, 1942. 
Fifth column in the U. S. 

1941-1943 

Mea,ns, Florence C. Moved outers. Boston, Houghton, 1945. 
Life of Japanese-Americans after Pearl Harbon 

1940-1944 

Riesenberg, Felix. Man on the raft. N.Y., Dodd, 1945. 
Sea action in the Pacific. 

1940 

Shaw, Harry, and Davis, Ruth. eds. Americans one and all. N.Y., 

Harper, 1947. 
Short stories of foreign-born designed to make for understanding. 

1940-1943 

f Sterne, Mrs. TTmnm G. Incident in Yorkv&e. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 

1943. 
Problem of loyalty. 

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1943-1946 

Tillet, Dorothy S. Angry dust. N.Y., Doubleday, 1946. 
Cause of Organized Labor. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 

Alinsky, Saul. John L. Lewis. N.Y., Putnam, 1949. 

A pro-labor account of the union leader of coal mining. 

Ayling, Keith. Old Leatherface of the Flying Tigers. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 
1945. 

Story of General Chennault in China, 
fAyling, Keith. Semper Fidelis. Boston, Houghton, 1943. 

U. S. Marines in action. 
fBaruch, Dorothy W. Glass house of prejudice. N.Y., Morrow, 1946. 

Minorities in the U. S. 
Borth, Christy. Masters of mass production. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1945. 

Biographical sketches of Industrialists. 
*Cant, GSbert. Great Pacific victory from the Solomons to Tokyo. N.Y., Day, 1946. 

Account of Pacific war in detail. Mature. 
fCarlisle, N. V. Marines in review. N.Y., Dutton, 1943. 

Early history of corps, training, and duties. 
Clark, T. B. Hawaii, the 49th state. N.Y., Doubleday, 1947. 

Emphasis on social, economic, political problems. Mature. 
tCoe, Douglas. Road to Alaska. N.Y., Messner, 1943. 

Story of the Alaska highway. 
fConger, Elizabeth M. Ships of the fleet. N.Y., Holt, 1946. 

Information about navy. 
Daniels, Jonathan. Man of Independence. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1950. 

Life of President Truman. Mature. 
Davis, K. S. Soldier of democracy. N.Y., Doubleday, 1945. 

Life of Eisenhower. 
*Denison, B. W. Alaska today. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton Printers, 1949. 

Vital information. Mature. 
fEmery, Anne, Tradition. N.Y., Vanguard, 1946. 

Problem of tolerance. The Japanese. 
Garnsey, M. IL America's new frontier, the Mountain West. N.Y., Knopf, 1950. 

"Potentialities of the mountain states as an economic frontier." Mature. 
Gtmther, John. Inside the USA,. N.Y., Harper, 1947. 

Observations, and comments on conditions. 
fHawkins, Maxwell. Torpedoes away, Sir! N.Y., Holt, 1946. 

Submarines in the Pacific. 
Helm, W. P, Harry Truman, a politcal biography. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1947. 

Political career. 
*Herron, E. A. Alaska, land of tomorrow. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1947. 

Information of a practical nature. 
Hersey, John. Hiroshima. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

What happened. 
Hough, F. O. Island war. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1947. 

U. S. Marine corps in the Pacific. Complete account. Mature. 
Hubennan, Leo. Truth about unions. N.Y., Pamphlet Press, 1946. 

Functions of Unions, from Union point-of-view. 
Hunt, Frazier. MacArthur and the war against Japan. N.Y., Scribner, 1944. 

Role in the Philippines, and in the Southwest Pacific. 
*Jensen, Oliver. Carrier war. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1945. 

Carrier ships. Well illustrated. 
*Johnsen, Julia E. Atomic bomb. Reference shelf v. 19, No. 2. N.Y., Wilson, 1946. 

Valuable reference material. 
Johnson, Stanley. Queen of the flat-tops. N.Y., Dutton, 1942. 

Battle of the Coral Sea. U.S.S. Lexington. 

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Laurence W. L. Dawn over sera. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

Story of the Atomic Bomb. 
McCune, Wesley. Nine young men. N.Y., Harper, 1947. 

How the Supreme Court works, and biography of Justices. Mature 
*McKee, Philip. Warriors with wings. N.Y., Crowell, 1947, 

True stories of American aviators. 
McNaughton, F., and Hehmeyer, T. This man Truman. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1945. 

Career since 1936. 
*Martin, R. G. Boy from Nebraska. N.Y., Harper, 1946. 

Story of Ben Kuroki, and his experiences of intolerances. 
Meller, W. B. Patton. N.Y., Putnam, 1946. 

Biography. 
Moorehead, Alan. End in Africa. N.Y., Harper, 1943. 

African campaign. 
fNicolay, Helen. Born to command. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1945. 

Biography of General Eisenhower. 
fNicolay, Helen. MacArthur of Bataan. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1945. 

Biography, and early conditions in the Philippines. 
*Perry, G. S. Cities of America. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1947. 

History, and characteristics. Mature. 
*Pyle, Ernie. Brave men. N.Y., Holt, 1944. 

Account of the G.I. fighting men. 
*Pyle, Ernie. Here is your war. N.Y., Holt, 1943. 

G.I/s in the North African campaign. 
Rolo, C. J. Wingate's raiders. N.Y., Viking, 1944. 

Battle for Burma, 
Romulo, C. P. / saw the fall of the Philippines. N.Y., Doa&eday, 1942. 

Defense of Manila. Corregidor. 
Romulo, C. P. / saw the Philippines rise. N.Y., Dodbleday, 1946. 

Spirit of the people, and the problems of peace. 
Shane, Ted. Heroes of the Pacific. N.Y., Messner, 1944. 

Early phases. Guadalcanal. 
Sherrod, Robert. Tarawa. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1944. 

Story of the battle. 
*Stegner, W. E. One nation. Boston, Hougfaton, 1945. 

Tolerance problem. 
Stettinius, E. R. Lend-lease, weapon of victory. N.Y., Macmillan, 1944. 

Development of foreign policy. 
Teague, W. D. Land of plenty. N.Y., Harcourt, 1947. 

Possibilities both social, and economic. Mature. 
Wechsler, J. A. Labor Baron. N.Y., Morrow, 1944. 

A portrait of John L. Lewis. Mature. 
*Wechter, Dixon. When Johnny comes marching home. Boston, Hougfatoo, 1944. 

Problem of the returning soldier, especially of World War II. Mature, 
Wellard, J. H. General George $. Patton, Jr., man under Mars. N.Y., I>odd, 1946. 

North African campaign. 
White, W. L. Queens die proudly. N.Y., Harcomt, 1943. 

Carriers in the Pacific. 
White, W. L. They were expendable. N.Y., Harcourt, 1942. 

Bataan. Corregidor. Matore. 
*Wilkie, Wendell L. One world. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1943, 

Conditions in the world during the war. Sign-posts for the peace. 
Zevin, B. D. ed. Nothing to fear. Boston, Houghton, 1946. 

Selected addresses of Franklin Delano Roosevelt 



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ISLANDS OF THE SEAS 
STORIES 

f Anderson, Ethel T. Scarlet bird. N.Y, Nelson, 1948. 

Life in Hawaii. 
Bedford- Jones, H. Drums of Dambala. N.Y, Covici-Friede, 1932. 

Toussaint UOuverture, and his revolution in Haiti. 
Bourne, Peter. Drums of destiny. N.Y, Putnam, 1947. 

Revolt in Haiti. Toussaint. Christophe. Mature. 
fBrown, Marcia. Henry fisherman. N.Y., Scribner, 1949. 

Virgin Islands, 
f Burglon, Nora. Shark hole. N.Y., Holiday House, 1943. 

Life in modern Hawaii. 

fCourlander, Harold. Kantchil's lime pit, and other stories from Indo- 
nesia. N.Y, Harcourt, 1950. 

Folklore stories. 
fCrockett, L. H. Thai Mario. N.Y., Holt, 1940. 

Life in the Philippine Islands before World War II. 
*fDefoe, Daniel. Life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Cleveland, 
World Pub. Co, 1946. 

Fundamental book on islands. 
fDe Leeuw, Hendrick. Java jungle tales. N.Y., Doubleday, 1933. 

Simple stories. 
Divine, David. King of Fasaarai. N.Y, Macmillan, 1950. 

A Doctor in the Pacific Islands during the World War II. 
Eaton, Evelyn. In what torn ship. N.Y, Harper, 1944. 

Life of the Napoleon family on the island of Corsica. 
*fEllipt, Kathleen M. Boy of Bali. N.Y, Knopf, 1938. 

Social life on the island. 
fFenton, Edward. Aleko's island. KY, Doubleday, 1948. 

Greek island during World War II. 
Follett, Helen T. Men of the Sulu sea. N.Y, Scribner, 1945. 

East Indies, and the Philippines. 
Forbes, Rosita. Henry Morgan, Pirate. N.Y, Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946. 

West Indies in piracy, and smuggling. 
Frisbie, Florence. Miss Ulyssesjrom Puka-Puka. N.Y, Macmillan, 1948. 

War's effect on the South Sea islanders. 
Frisbie, Robert D. Amaru. N.Y, Doubleday, 1945. 

Great South Sea, and Thanksgiving island. 
fGarrard, Phillis. Jenny's secret island. Philadelphia, Winston, 1943. 

An adventure in Bermuda. 
Garth, Davis. Bermuda calling. N.Y, Putnam, 1942. 

Military Intelligence during World War II. 
f Goodwin, H. L. Feathered cape. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1947. 

Early attempts of the U. S. to develop trade with Hawaii. 
Hall, J. N. Lost island. Boston, Little, 1944. 

Transformation of an atoll in the Polynesian islands. 

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Hall, J. N. Tale of a shipwreck. Boston, Houghton, 1934. 

Pitcairn Island, and other uninhabited coral islands. 
*Harper, T. A. Windy island. N.Y., Doubleday, 1936. 

Social, and economic conditions in New Zealand, before World War II. 
Hilton, James. Story of Dr. WasselL Boston, Little, Brown, 1943. 

Conditions in Java when invaded by Japan. 
fHurd, Edith T. Galleon from Manila. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1949. 

Piracy on the high seas in the days of Drake, and Dampier. 
*f Hurd, Edith T. Wreck of the Wild Wave. Oxford, Univ. Press, 1942. 

A real happening on a South Sea island. 
Johnson, Osa H. Bride in the Solomons. Boston, Houghton, 1944. 

Describes life on the many tiny islands. 
Jonas, Carl. Beachhead on the wind. Boston, Little, Brown, 194-5. 

Landing on the Aleutian Islands during World War II. 
fKelsey, Alice G. Ricardo's white horse. N.Y., Longmans, 1948. 

Life in Puerto Rico. 
fKummer, F. A. Perilous Island. Philadelphia, Winston, 1942. 

A mystery in the Aleutians. 
La Farge, Christopher. East of Southwest. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1944. 

Short stories about conditions in islands of the Southwest Pacific, 
f Lohse, Charlotte & Seaton, Judith. Mysterious continent. Indianapolis, 
Bobbs-Merrill, 1944. 

Story of the adventurous sailors who discovered the South Pacific. 
f MacMillan, William. Arctic adventure. N.Y., Mill, 1945. 

Story of Baffin island in the Arctic. 
McPhee, Colin. A house in Bali. N.Y., Day, 1946. 

Adventure of a musician who lived on Bali. 

Macquarrie, Hector. Vouza and the Solomon Islands. N.Y., Macmillan, 
1948. 

Fact, and fiction about life in the Solomon Islands. 
fMalkus, Alida S. Eastward sweeps the current. Phila., Winston, 1937, 

Saga of the early Polynesians. 

Mason, F. Van Wyck. Cutlass Empire. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 
1949. 

Henry Morgan, Piracy in the Caribbean. 
*Melville, Herman. Type*. N.Y., Dodd, n.d. 

Customs, and manners of the natives of the South Seas, 
Montgomery, R. G. Thumbs up! Philadelphia, McKay, 1942. 

Marines on a Pacific island during World War II, 
Mytinger, Caroline. Headhunting in the Solomons. N.Y., Macmillan, 
1943. 

Primitive Melanesians. 
f Newberry, Perry. Castaway island. Philadelphia, Penn, 1929. 

Story of the Galapagos islands off the coast of Ecuador. 
Ntewcomb, Covelle. Black fire. N.Y., Longmans, 1940. 

Henri Christophe, and the Haitian rebellion. 
Nordhoff, Charles & Hall, J. N. Botany bay. N.Y., Doubleday, 19*4. 

Little known Australia, 

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*Nordhoff, Charles & Hall, J. N. Bounty trilogy. N.Y., Grosset, 1945. 

Includes Mutiny on the Bounty; Men against the sea; Pitcairn's 

Island. 

*Nordhoff, Charles & Hall, James N. High Barbaree. Boston, Little, 
Brown, 1945. 

Islands of the tropical Pacific. 
Norton, Alice M. Scarface. N.Y., Harcourt, 1948. 

Piracy, and the island of Tortuga. 
*Norton, Alice M. Sword is drawn. Boston, Houghton, 1944. 

Java when the Japanese came. 
Norton, Andre. Sword in sheath. N.Y., Harcourt, 1949. 

Dutch East Indies. 
Owen, Ruth B. Caribbean caravel. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1949. 

West Indies, and their people. 
fRand, Minnie F. Puki. N.Y., Island Press, 1946. 

Story of Java. 
Reid, V. S. New day. N.Y., Knopf, 1949. 

Rebellion in Jamaica in 1865. Mature. 
fRiesenberg, Felix Jr. Galapagos bound I N.Y., Dodd, 1947. 

Smuggling, and adventure. 
fRiesenberg, Felix Jr. Phantom freighter. N.Y., Dodd, 1944. 

South Sea Island mystery. 
Roberts, Kenneth. Lydia Bailey. N.Y., Doubleday, 1947. 

Story of Haiti. Mature. 
Roberts, Terence. Mystery schooner. N.Y., Viking, 1944. 

Escape of five children from Sumatra when the Japanese came. 
Sechrist, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Once in the first time. N.Y., Macrae-Smith, 



Legends, and folk tales of the Philippine Islands. 
*Shute, Nevil. Legacy. N.Y., Morrow, 1950, 

Sumatra during World War II. 

*Sowers, PhilUs A. Swords and sails in the Philippines. Chicago Whit- 
man, 1944. 

Philippine Islands attacked by Japanese. 
f Sperry, Armstrong. Call it courage. N.Y.", Macmillan, 1940. 

Life in Polynesia. 
fSperry, Armstrong. Hull-down for action. N.Y., Doubleday 1945 

Guadalcanal during World War II. 
f Sperry, Armstrong. Rain forest. N.Y., Macmillan, 1947. 

Jungles of New Guinea.. 
Standish, Robert. Bonin. N.Y., Macmillan, 1944. 

Much information in fiction form about the Bonin islands. 
*fStevenson, R. L. Treasure Island. N.Y., Heritage 1941 

Reprint of a classic. J 

Stone, Adrienne. Hawaii's Queen L&iuokalani. N.Y., Messner 1947 
Biog. Ret. * 

f Stone, W. S. Thunder island. N.Y., Knopf, 1942 
South sea island life. 

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f Stuart, F. P. Pledge of Piang. N.Y., Appleton-Century, 1943. 

Adventure on the island of Mindanao. 
Tempski, Arnine von. Aloha. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1946. 

Life in the Hawaiian islands. Mature. 
*Vandercook, J. W. Black Majesty. N.Y., Harper, 1928. 

Life of Christophe in Haiti. 
*f Verne, Jules. Mysterious island, N.Y., Scribner, 1930. 

A classic story of an island. 

f Von Hagen, V. W. Treasure of the Tortoise Islands. N.Y., Harcourt, 
1940. 

Scientific information in fiction form. Galapagos. 
fVoorhoeve, Rudolf, Tilio,, a boy of Papua. PMla., Lippincott, 1937. 

Information about New Guinea. * 

*Westervelt, W. D. Hawaiian historical legends. N.Y., ReveU, 1923. 
White, Robb III. In privateer's bay. N.Y., Harper, 1939. 

A story of Puerto Rico, 
f White, Robb III. Three against the sea. N.Y., Harper, 1940. 

Adventure in the Leward Island group. 
Wynd, Oswald. Black fountains. N.Y., Doubleday, 1947. 

Conditions in Japan, as seen by a westernized Japanese. Mature. 

BIOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, TOPICAL ACCOUNT 
Abend, Hallett. Ramparts of the Facile. N.Y,, Doubleday, 1942. 

Growing importance of the islands. 
Baarslag, Karl. Islands of adventure. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1940. 

Information about Easter, Cocos, Mangareva, Pitcairn islands. 
*fBorden, C. A. Oceania. N.Y., Holiday House, 1945. 

Discovery, economic conditions, and civilization. 
Brown, Wenzell. Angry 'men laughing men. N.Y., Greenberg, 1947. 

The Caribbean caldron, political, and economic. Mature. 
Bryan, E. H. American Polynesia. Honolulu, Tongg, 1941. 

Hawaii and the coral islands of the central Pacific 
Burchett, W. G. Pacific treasure islands. Philadelphia, McKay, 1941. 

Illus. New Caledonia. 
*t Carpenter, Frances. Caribbean lands. N.Y., Amer. Book, 1950. 

Geographic and historical information about Mexico, Central America, 

and the West Indies. 

*fCarpenter, Frances. The Pacific : its lands and peoples. N.Y., Amer. 
Book Co., 1944. 

Interesting, simple geographic account 

Clifton, Mrs. V. M. Islands of Queen WUheltnina. Boston, Houghton, 
1937. 

Island possessions of Holland, 
dune, Frank. Isles of spice. N.Y,, Dutton, 1942. 

Dutch East Indies, Indo-China, and North Australia. Mature. 
*CoIby, M. Puerto Rico. N.Y., Dudl, Sloan, 1940. 

Descriptive account 
Cole^ Fay-Cooper. Peoples of Malaysia. N.Y., Van Nostrand, 1945. 

Islands of the South Pacific, Java, Borneo, Bali, 

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Conway, Ainslie and Conway, Frances. Enchanted islands. N.Y., Put- 
nam, 1947. 

Life in the Galapagos. Mature. 
Coulter, J. W. Fiji. Chicago, Uni. of Chicago Press, 1942. 

Important infomation. Mature. 

Daniel, Hawthorne. Islands of the East Indies. N.Y., Putnam, 1944. 
Information about the Moluccas, Celebes, Borneo, Sumatra, Java. 
*Daniel, Hawthorne. Islands of the Pacific. N.Y., Putnam, 1943. 
Brief description of the Dutch Indies, Philippines, and the many 

small islands. 
De Leeuw, Cateau. Dutch East Indies and the Philippines. N.Y., Holiday 

House, 1943. 
Brief account. 
Evans, L. H. Virgin Islands, from naval base to New Deal. Ann Arbor, 

Mich., Edwards, 1945. 
Mature. 

fFanale, F. A. Mediterranean spotlights. N.Y., Scribner, 1944. 
Crete, Greece, Cyclades, Malta. Illustrations are important. 
Fergusson, Erna. Cuba. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

A study of conditions, political, and economic.' 
*Follett, Helen. Islands on guard. N.Y., Scribner, 1943. 

Part played by islands in guarding U. S. shores, 
f Follett, Helen. Ocean outposts. N.Y., Scribner, 1942. 

Part played by Hawaiian, Philippine, and Samoan islands in early 

years of World War II. 
Harding, Bertita. Land Columbus loved. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1949. 

Dominican Republic, and the surrounding islands. 
fHart, Donn V. & Wilson, Howard E. The Philippines. N.Y., Amer. 

Book, 1946. 

Well illustrated material on the islands. 
Henle, Fritz. Virgin Islands. N.Y., Hastings House, 1949. 

The illustrations are the important thing. 

f Henry, Marguerite. The Bahamas in story and picture. Chicago Whit- 
man, 1946. 

Simple, usable material, 
f Henry, Marguerite. Bermuda in story and pictures. Chicago, Whitman, 

1946. 
Good, simple material. 

f Henry, Marguerite. West Indies in story and pictures. Chicago, Whit- 
man, 1941. 

Interesting treatment of the subject. 
*Heyerdahl, Thor. "Ken-Tiki." Chicago, Rand McNally, 1950. 

Archeological expedition to the Southeast Pacific islands. 
*Hobbs, W. H. Fortress islands of the Pacific. Ann Arbor, Mich., 
Edwards, 1945. 

Gives the military importance of the islands. Mature. 
*Hubbard, B. R. Cradle of the storms. N.Y., Dodd, 1935. 

Aleutian islands. 

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Jarvis, J. A. Virgin Islands and their people. Phila., Dorrance, 1944. 

Gives important information. 
Karig, Walter. Fortunate islands. N.Y., Rinehart, 194-8. 

Well illustrated account of the Pacific islands in which the U.S.A. 

is interested. 

*Keesing, F. M. Native peoples of the Pacific world. N.Y., Maonillan, 
1945. 

Peoples scattered among thousands of islands. 
Keesing, F. M. Pacific islands in war and peace. Institute of Pacific 

Relations, 1944. 

Important information. 

Korngold, Ralph. Citizen Toussaint. Boston, Little, Brown, 1944. 
Haitian rebellion, 

*Leff, D. N. Uncle Sam's Pacific Islets. Stanford Univ. Press, 1940. 

U.S. island possessions, and what they mean. Mature. 
*Martin, Fredericka. Hunting the silver fleece. N.Y., Greenberg, 1946. 

Epic of the fur seal. Pribilofs, and Aleutian islands. 
Morin, Relman. Circuit of conquest. N.Y., Knopf, 1943. 

Conditions in Japan, Java, and the South Sea islands. 
Oakley, Amy. Behold the West Indies. N.Y., Appleton, 1941. 

Tells important things about the islands, 
f O'Neill, Hester. Picture story of the Philippines. Phila., McKay, 1948. 

The illustrations add to the interest in the text. 
*Osborn, Fair-field. Pacific world. N.Y., Norton, 1944. 

Islands of the Pacific. 
Peterson, H. T. Tropical adventure. N.Y., Roy, 1948. 

Social and economic life in Sumatra. 

Platt, Raye E. European possessions in the Caribbean area. N.Y., Amer. 
Geographic Soc., 1940. 

Resources, trade, and strategic importance of the islands. 
Price, W. DeM. Japan's islands of mystery. N.Y., Day, 1944. 

Japan mandated islands. 

*Quinn, Vernon. Picture map geography of the Pacific islands. Phila., 
Lippincott, 1945. 

A fine handbook. 
Rippy, J. F. Caribbean danger zone. N.Y., Putnam, 1940. 

Dollar diplomacy. 
Roberts, W. A. The Caribbean. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1940. 

The importance to the U.S. 

*Robson, R. W. Pacific islands. North American ed., N.Y., Maonfllan, 
1945. 

Valuable as a reference book. 

*f Sondergaard, A, My first geography of the Pacific. Boston, Little, 
Brown, 1944. 

Simple material. 

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*Stevenson, R. L. In the South Seas. Biographical ed., N.Y., Scribner, 

n.d. 
What the islands were like some years ago. Marquesas, Gilbert, Pau- 

motus. 
Thompson, Laura. Guam and its people. Princeton Univ. Press, 1947. 

Covers problems in administration. Mature. 
Tweed, G. R. Robinson Crusoe U. S. A. N,Y., McGraw, 1945. 

Personal experience on the island, 
f Verrifl, A. H. In the wake of the buccaneers. N.Y., Century, 1923. 

Piracy, and the Virgin islands. 
Wilstach, Paul. Islands of the Mediterranean. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 

Merrffi, 1926. 
Valuable material on important islands. 



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APPENDIX 

I. SELECTED LIST OF SOURCE BOOKS 
SUITABLE FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 

ANCIENT HISTORY 

*fDavis, W. S. Readings in ancient history. I, Greece and the East. 

Boston, Allyn & Bacon, 1912. 

Well chosen, interesting material designed to illustrate the most im- 
portant facts. 

*f Davis, W. S. Readings in ancient history. II, Rome and the West. 
Boston, Allyn, & Bacon, 1913. 
"Source material to illustrate the important facts mentioned in every 

good textbook." 

*f Munro, D. C. A Source book of Roman history. Boston, Heath, 1904. 
Documents that throw a light on Roman institutions, politics, social 

and economic life. 

*fWebster, Hutton. Readings in ancient history. Boston, Heath, 1913- 
Selection and arrangement of material makes it suitable as supple- 
mentary material. 

MEDIEVAL AND MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY 

*Cheyney, E. P. Readings in English history drawn from the original 

sources. New edition. Boston, Ginn & Co., 1922. 
Records and writings contemporary with events; from 53 B.C, to 1922; 

the introductions to the source material are helpful, 
f Colby, C. W. Selections from the sources of English history. 55 B.O 

1832 AJ>. N.Y., Longmans, Green, 1899. 
The comments on the source material are helpful to the pupil. 
Fling, F. M., and Fling, H. D. Source problems of the French Revolu- 
tion. N.Y., Harper, 1913. 

Well-written introduction as well as the most important source mater- 
ial for that period. 
Jennings, Sir Ivor. British Constitution. 3rd ed. Cambridge Univ. Press, 

1950. 

Development of the Constitution. Mature. 
Langsam, W. C. Documents and readings in the history of Europe since 

1918. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1939. 
An important addition to source material. 
Ogg, F. A. A Source book of medieval history* N.Y., American Book Go., 

1908. 

All aspects of medieval history covered up to 1438. 
*Robinson, J. H. Readings in European history, Abridged edition, Bos- 
ton, Ginn & Co., 1906. 

"Extracts chosen with the purpose of reinforcing the main points**; 
from the barbarian invasion to imperialism. 

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*Robinson, J. H., and Beard, Charles A. Readings in modern European 

history. 2 vols. Boston, Ginn & Co., 1908, 1909. 
Well selected and useful collection of sources; the marginal notes 
serve as a guide. 

UNITED STATES HISTORY 

Bartlett, R, J., ed. Record^ of American diplomacy. N.Y., Knopf, 1947. 

Documents from Colonial era to present. Mature. 
*Commager, H. S. ed. Documents of American history. N.Y., Crofts, 

1934. 
Well selected material. Includes later material not found in other 

source books. 
Cushman, R. E. Leading Constitutional decisions. 7th ed. N.Y., Crofts^ 

1940. 

Material is up to June, 1940. Mature, 
f Davidson, P. E., and Davidson, E. C A Source textbook in American 

history. San Francisco, Doubleday & Co., 1927. 
Contemporary records and illustrations are interspersed with the text ; 
it is a textbook and source book all in one. Strong on European 
backgrounds. 
Forman, S. E. Sidelights on our social and economic history. N.Y., 

Century, 1928. 

Although there are a few original sources the bulk of the material 
consists of selections from accounts of contemporary witnesses, and 
secondary accounts. 

^Foundation of America. N.Y., The Sun Dial Press, 1939. 
"Chronologically arranged collection of the most important documents 

in the history of the United States." 
*f Halsey, F. W. Great epochs in American history. 10 vols. N.Y., Funk 

& Wagnalls Co., 1912. 

From the landing of Columbus to the building of the Panama Canal 
described by famous writers; although some source material is 
included the great bulk is secondary material. 
*Harding, S. B. Select orations illustrating American political history. 

N.Y., Macmillan, 1908. 

Public speeches as one of the means of illustrating political history. 
*Hart, A. B. American history told by contemporaries. 5 vols. N.Y., 

Macmfflan, 1897- 1929. 
vol. 1 Era of colonization, 1492-1689. 
vol. 2 Building of the republic, 1689-1783. 
voL 3 National expansion, 1783-1845. 
vol. 4 Welding of the nation, 1845-1900. 
vol. 5 Twentieth century United States, 1900-1929. 
Hart, A, B. Source-book of American history edited for schools and 

readers. N.Y., Macmillan, 1899. 
The mai^inal notes help in the understanding of the sources. 

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*fHart, A. B. Source readers in American history. No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. N.Y., 

Maonillan, No. 1 (1902), No. 5 (1927). 
No. 1 Colonial children. 

No. 2 Camps and firesides of the Revolution. 
No. 3 How our grandfathers lived. 
No. 4 Romance of the Civil War. 
No. 5 In our times. 
Much of the material is secondary accounts. 

Hoffman, Sylvan and Grattan, C. H. News of the Nation; a newspaper 
History of the US. Garden City Pub. Co., 1944. 
What the newspapers tell us about the country. 
Jones, S. S. and Myers, D. P., eds. Documents on American Foreign 

Relations. N.Y., World Peace Foundation, 1939. 
Includes papers by responsible officials of the United States. Other 
volumes are to follow in order that the material may be kept up-to- 
date. 
*Macdonald, William. Documentary source book of American history 

(1606-1926). N.Y., Macmillan, Rev. ed., 1933. 

"Documents . . . shown to be most useful in comprehensive courses." 
Macdonald, William. Select charters and other documents illustrative 

of American history 1606-1775. N.Y., Macmillan, 1899. 
The documents important in the founding of the colonies and the 
causes of the Revolution are included. 
Macdonald, William. Select documents illustrative of the history of the 

United States, 1776-1861. N.Y., Macmffian, 1898. 
Sources for constitutional and political questions. 

Macdonald, William. Selected statutes and other documents illustrative 
of the history of the United States, 1861-1898. N.Y., Macmillan, 
1903. 

Important source documents for that period. 
McLaughlin, A. C. Readings in the history of the American nation. 

N.Y., Appleton, 1914. 

"Includes tilings that are really interesting and significant"; gives 
industrial conditions and developments; material on critical move- 
ments. 
*Monaghan, Frank. Heritage of freedom. Princeton, N.J., Princenton 

Univ. Press, 1948. 

"History and significance of basic documents of American liberty." 

*Muzzey, D. S. Readings in American history. Boston, Ginn & Co., 1915. 

Great variety of sources "acts of Congress, decisions of courts, 

proclamations and messages of presidents, records of debates, party 

platforms, charters, pamphlets, memoirs, diaries, letters, plays, 

poems." 

U.S. Dep't. of State Far Eastern Ser. US. policy in the Korean crisis. 

Includes official United Nations documents on the Korean crisis. 

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*Williamson, T. R. Readings in American democracy. Boston, Heath, 

1922. 
Background and origin of American democracy are given ; strong on 

social and economic factors in American life; by marginal notes 

the compiler helps students understand the documents. 
*Woestemeyer, Ina F. The westward movement. N.Y., Appleton- 

Century, 1939. 
"A book of readings on the changing frontiers." 

WORLD WAR II, AND AFTER 

Arne, Sigrid. United Nations primer. N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1945. 

Resume of conferences, and charters. 

Carroll, Gordon, ed. History in the writing. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1945. 
Foreign correspondents in Time, Fortune, Life give accounts of what 

they saw in World War II. 
Commager, H. S, Story of the Second World War. Boston, Little, 

Brown, 194-5. 

Historical narrative taken from articles, and books, 
f Gait, Tom. How the United Nations works. N.Y., CroweU, 1947. 

A simple explanation. 
Haines, C. G. and Hoffman, R. J. S. Origins and background of the 

second world war. 2nd ed. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1947. 
Valuable material. Mature. 

Hansen, H. A. and others. Fighting for freedom. Phila., Winston, 1947. 
Historical documents that interpret forces, and conflicts in the United 

Nations. Mature. 
Hill, Norman. International relations. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1950. 

Documents, speeches, and authoritative articles, and books. 
Raeburn, Ben., ed. Treasury for the free world. N.Y., Aico Pub. Co., 

1946. 

Assembly of opinions, philosophy, and poetry of the world. 
Wynner, Edith & Lloyd, Georgia. Searchlight on Peace Plans. N.Y., 

Dutton, 1949. 
Specific peace plans, ancient, and modern. Mature. 



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II. HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIPS 

ANCIENT 

fBulfmch, Thomas. Bulfinch's mythology. Rev. N.Y., Modern Library, 
1913. 

A standard account, 
f Coolidge, Olivia. Greek myths. Boston, Houghton, 1949. 

Best known stories in an attractive format. 
*Hammerton, J. A. Wonders of the past. 4 vpls. N.Y., Putnam, 1923. 

Reconstructs the past in all its beauty and interest. Illus. 
Schwab, G. B. Gods and heroes. N.Y., Pantheon Books, 1946. 

Ancient myths, and those found in Greek dramatists. 
*Smith, Sir William. Smaller classical dictionary. N.Y., Button, 1934. 

Fine reference material. 
*Stiles, H. E. Pottery of the ancients. N.Y., Dutton, 1938. 

Clay tablets, as well as the pottery of the ancient nations. 
Swain, J. W. Ancient world. 2 vols. N.Y., Harper, 1950. 

vol. 1 Empire and city states of the ancient Orient and Greece. 

vol. 2 Two world empires Alexander, and the Roman. 

ATLASES 

Adams, J. T. ed. Atlas of American history. N.Y., Scribner, 1943. 

Useful reference. 
Brown, L. A. Story of maps. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 

Survey history of geographic world and its effects. Mature. 
*Goode, J. P. School atlas. Rev. & Enl. Chicago, Rand, McNally, 1947. 

Practical for schools, and widely used. 

Hammond New World Atlas with post-war supplement. 1948. 
Horrabin, J. F. Atlas of current affairs. N.Y., Knopf, 1940. 

Useful tool up to 1940. 

Horrabin, J. F, Atlas of European history from the 2nd to the 20& 
century. N.Y., Knopf, 1935. 

Useful for the dates covered. 

*Lord, C. L. and Lord, E. S. H. Historical atlas of the US. N.Y., Holt, 
1944. 

Economic, and political. 

Rand McNally Commercial Atlas and Marketing Guide. 1950 edition. 
Rand McNally Cosmopolitan World Atlas, 1949. 
Westminster Historical Atlas of the Bible. 1946. 

CARTOONS 

*Low, David and Howe, Q. Years of wrath: a cartoon history 1931- 

1945. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1946. 
Cartoons, and comments. 
Nevins, Allen and Weitenkamf, F, Century of political cartoons. N.Y., 

Scribner, 1944. 
U.S. politics. Illustrative material. 

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CULTURAL GENERAL 

*Adshead, Gladys. Inheritance of poetry. Boston, Houghton, 1948. 

Well selected. 
*Augur, Helen. Book of fairs. N.Y., Harcourt, 1939. 

Hist, and importance of Fairs in developing commerce and civilization, 
f Bauer, Marion and Peyser, Ethel R. How music grew. Rev. ed. N.Y., 
Putnam, 1939. 

"From primitive to modern times." 
*Benet, William R. ed. Readers encyclopedia. N.Y., Crowell, 1948. 

World literature, and the arts. 

Boni, Margaret B, Fireside book of folk songs. N.Y., Simon & 
Schuster, 1947. 

Folk songs of many people. Music and score. Illus. 
*Cerf, B. A. 30 famous one-act plays. N.Y., Garden City Pub., 1943. 

Plays of many countries. Mature, 
f Church, A. J. Stories from the Greek tragedians. N.Y., Dodd, n.d. 

Interesting, and simple. 

Columbia Dictionary of modern European literature. N.Y., Columbia 
Univ. Press, 1947. 

From 1870 to the present. 
Craven, Thomas ed. Treasury of art f masterpieces from the Renaissance 

to the present day. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1939. 
f Cruse, Amy. Young joWs book of myths. Boston, Little, Brown, 1928. 

Interesting, illustrated account of myths of many nations. 
Davidman, Joy. ed. War poems of the United Nations. N.Y., Dial, 1943. 

Includes battle cries. 

fDike, Helen. Stories from the great Metropolitan Operas. N.Y., Ran- 
dom, 1943. 

Illus. Interesting stories. 
f Downer, Marion. Discovering design. Boston, Lothrop, 1947. 

Illus. Various branches are discussed. 
fFowler, H. N. Picture book of sculpture. N.Y., Macmillan, 1929. 

"From the early Egyptians to modern America." 

*Gayley, C. M. Classic myths in English literature and in art. New Rev. 
and enlarged ed. Boston, Ginn, 1911. 

Very useful information. 
*Gardner, Helen. Art through the ages. N.Y., Harcourt, 1926. 

Valuable introduction to the history of art. 

Given, Meta. Modern encyclopedia of cooking. Chicago, J. G. Ferguson, 
1949. 

A comprehensive treatment of food, its preparation and properties. 
*t Gordon, Dorothy. Around the world in song. N.Y., Dutton, 1938. 

Text, and music score give an interesting approach. 
*Guerber, Helene A. Book of the epic. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1913. 

National epics. 

*Guerber, Helene A. Myths of Northern lands. N.Y., American, 1895. 
Norse mythology, and a comparison with the Greek. Sigurd Saga. 

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fHakluyt, Richard. Heroes from Hakluyt. N.Y., Holt, 1928. 

Fine background material. 
*Hazeltme, Mary E. Anniversaries and holidays. Chicago, American 

Library Ass'n., 2nd ed. 1944. 
Book of holidays and their observance. 

Heroditus. History of Heroditus tr. by George Rawlinson. N.Y., Long- 
mans, 1928. 

Good introduction to ancient civilizations. 
Hogben, Lancelot. From cave painting to comic strip. N.Y., Chanticleer, 

Press, 1949. 

Illustrated development of the arts. 
*Homer. Illiad tr. by Samuel Butler. N.Y., Black, 1942. 
*Homer. Odyssey. N.Y., Modern Library, 1929. 
*Hoyt, J. K. and Roberts, K. L. Cyclopedia of practical quotations. 

Chicago, Wilcox & Follett, 1940. 
Arranged for quick reference, 
f Jacobs, Joseph. Fables of Aesop. N.Y., Macmillan, 1950. 

A new, and attractive edition of an old favorite. 
Kobbe, Gustave. Complete opera book. N.Y., Putnam, 1950. 

Revision of an earlier book, 
f Lamprey, Louise. All the ways of building. N.Y., Macmillan, 1933. 

Story of architecture from huts to modern skyscraper. 
Liss, Joseph. Radio's best plays. N.Y., Greenberg, 1949. 

Well selected. 

Lynch-Robinson, Sir Christopher and Lynch-Robinson, Adrian. Intelli- 
gent heraldry. N.Y., Van Nostrand. n.d. 
Authoritative guide to heraldric practice. 

McKlintock, Marshall. Nobel Prize treasury. Garden City, N.Y., Double- 
day, 1948. 

Stress is on literature. 
MacLeod, Mary. Book of King Arthur and his noble knights. Phila., 

Lippincott, 1949. 

Stories from Malory Morte d'Arthur. 
*Northrop, Belle, comp. Story of costume told in pictures. N.Y., Art 

Edu. Press, 1935. 
Useful for many subjects. 
O'Connell, Charles ed. Victor books of symphonies. Rev. ed. N.Y., 

Simon & Schuster, 1948. 
*Plutarch. Lives of the noble Grecians and Romans. Tr. by Dryden. 

N.Y., Modern Library, 1932. 
*Reinach, Salomon. Apollo. N.Y., Scribner, 1935. 

A compact, reliable history of the development of art. 
^Rosenberg, M. V. Ark of Heraldry. N.Y., Holt, 1939. 

Stories that illustrate the meanings of devices on shields and coat of 

arms in many countries. 
Rugoff, M. A. ed. Harvest of world folk tales. N.Y., Viking, 1949. 

Selected from the literature of 19 nations. 

*t Sabin, Frances E. Classical myths that live today. N.Y., Sihrer, 1927. 
Ties up the present with the past in a practical way. 

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APPENDIX 

Spicer, Dorothy G. Book of festivals. N.Y., Womans Press, 1937. 

Holiday observance of many peoples. 
Thomas, Henry & Thomas, Dana L. Forty famous composers. Garden 

City, N.Y., Halcyon House. 1948. 
From Bach to Shostakovich. 
Thompson, Oscar, ed. International eye. of music and musicians. N.Y., 

Dodd, 1946. 
Reference book. 
Turner, Ralph. Great cultural traditions. 2 vols. N.Y V McGraw-Hill, 

1941. 

Foundations of civilizations. 
Untenneyer, Louis. Modern American and British poetry. N.Y., Har- 

court, 1922. 
Well selected. 
*Van Doren, Mark. ed. Anthology of world poetry. N.Y., Reynal & 

Hitchcock, 1936. 
Poetry of many nations. 

fWhite, Alice m.g. and Tobitt, Janet E. Saucy sailor and other drama- 
tised Ballads. N.Y., Dutton, 1940. 
English Ballads in drama form. 

EUROPE 
Ault, W. O. Europe in modern times. Boston, Heath, 1946. 

Explains conditions. 
Barnes, H. E. Survey of Western civilization. N.Y., Crowell, 1947. 

Good background material. Mature. 
Barr, Stringfellow, Pilgrimage of Western man. N.Y., Harcourt, 1949. 

World government. 
Benns, F. L. European history since 1870. 3rd ed. N.Y., Appleton- 

Century-Crofts, 1950. 
Mature. 

Beukema, Herman and Greer, W. M. Contemporary foreign govern- 
ments. N.Y., Rinehart, 1946. 
Black, C E. and Helmreich, E. C. Twentieth century Europe. N.Y., 

Knopf^ 1950. 

Recent history of every European nation. Mature. 
*Buel, R. L. and others. New governments in Europe, Rev, & enlarged. 

N.Y., Nelson, 1937. 
Shows the trend toward dictatorship. 
Dean, Vera M. Europe and the United States. N.Y., Knopf, 1950. 

Forces at work in Europe today. Mature. 

Pollock, J. K. Change and crises in European government. N.Y., Rine- 
hart, 1947. 

Constitutional and political changes. 
Smith, H. K. State of Europe. N.Y., Knopf, 1949. 

Complex social and political factors. Mature. 
*Van Valkenburg, Samuel. Peace atlas of Europe. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 

1945. 
Question of boundaries. 

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FLAGS 

Shanlde, G. E. State names, flags etc. 3rd rev. ed. N.Y., Wilson, 1941. 

Reference for U.S. A. information. 

Smith, C. H. and Taylor, Gertrude R. Flags of all nations. N.Y., Crowell, 
1946. ^ 

Information in simple form. Useful, 
f Tappan, E. M. Little book of the flag. Boston, Houghton, 1917. 

All about the U.S. Flag. 

GENERAL BACKGROUND 

Bell, E. T. Magic of numbers. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1946. 

Development of the numerical theory. 
*f Bendick, Jeanne. How much and how many. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1947. 

Story of weights and measures. Well illus. and interesting, 
f Brindze, Ruth. Story of our calendar. N.Y., Vanguard, 1949. 

From ancient Babylonia to the present. 
Menke, F. E. New encyclopedia of sports. N.Y., Barnes, 1947. 

Well-organized material. 
Meyer, J. S. Picture book of the weather. Boston, Lothrop, 1948. 

Simple explanation. 
Ogg, Oscar. The 26 letters. N.Y., Crowell, 1948. 

Illus. Development of the alphabet. 
Scott Pub. Co. Standard postage stamp catalog. Annual. 

Reference. 

f Waldman, Frank. Famous American athletes of today. Eleventh series. 
N.Y., Page, 1949. 

Leaders in all fields of sport. 

GEOGRAPHIC 

Balzak, S. S. ed. Economic geography of the USSR. Amer. ed. N.Y., 
Macmffian, 1949. 

Trans, of text used in Russian universities. Reference. Mature. 
Beaglehole, J. C Exploration of the^Parific. N.Y., Maonillan, 1934, 

Detailed account of exploration activities. Mature. 
*Chatterton, E. K. Daring deeds of sea rovers. Phila,, Lippincott, n.d. 

Adventure from the time of the Phoenicians to the present. 
Coleman, J. S. Sea and its mysteries. N.Y., Norton, 1950. 

Facts about the sea in interesting form. 
Etherton, P. T. Across the great deserts. N.Y., Whittlesey House, 194& 

Plates, and maps make for understanding, 
f Freund, Gladys P. Wonders of the sea. N.Y., Random, 1941. 

Well illustrated. 
Gottmann, Jean Geography of Europe. N.Y., Holt, 1950. 

Physical aspects. Problems arising from the war. 
*Lands and People. N.Y., Holiday House. Various countries. 
Lane, F. C. Earth's grandest rivers. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1949. 

How they influence commerce and civilization, 

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Lawrence, C. H. New world horizons. N.Y., Duell, Sloan, 1942. 

World geography. 
McFee, William. Law of the sea. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1950. 

"Growth of the rule of law among men on the high seas." 
*Marco Polo. Travels of Marco Polo. N.Y., Grosset, 1931. 

An important book of travel. 
*Mallery, Richard. Masterworks of travel and exploration. Garden City, 

N.Y., Doubleday, 1948. 

Condensed classics in the field. From Marco Polo to Byrd. 
Quinn, Vernon. Pageant of the seven seas. Phila., Lippincott, 1948. 
Exploration and adventure in the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, 

and the Arctic, and Antarctic, 
f Quinn, Vernon. Picture map geography of Asia. Phila., Lippincott, 

1946. 

Simple information, and maps. 
*Webster, Noah. Webster's geographical dictionary. N.Y., Merriam, 

1949. 

Valuable reference. Gives geographic and historical information. 
fWhipple, Gertrude and James, Preston E. Living on our earth. N.Y., 

Maonillan, 1948. 

Geographic factors in environment. 
*Whitbeck, R, H. and Finch, V. C Geographic factors. N.Y., Century, 

1932. 
"Its role in life and civilization." 

HUMAN RIGHTS 

fBunn, Harriet. Story of Democracy. Chicago, Row Peterson, 1941. 

Simple account from early times to the present. 

fCanner, Carl. For the rights of men. N.Y., Hinds, Hayden, & Eldredge, 
1947. 

Biog. of men who fought for rights. From Zenger to Altgeld. 
Huszar, G. B. de. Anatomy of racial intolerance. N.Y., Wilson, 1946. 

Reference Shelf, vol. 18, No. 5. Problem of minorities. 
Maclver, R. M. ed. Great expressions of human rights. N.Y., Harper, 
1950. 

Series of addresses and discussions. Mature. 
Madison, C. A. Critics and crusaders. N.Y., Holt, 1947. 

Quest of freedom. Short biographies. 
Read, H. E. Fighters for freedom. N.Y., McBride, 1946. 

Story of liberty throughout the ages. 

IDEAS AND PUBLIC OPINION 

f Benedict, Ruth F. In Henrtfs backyard. N.Y., Schuman, 1948. 

Basic truths about racial differences. 
*Brinton, Crane. Ideas and men. N.Y., Prentice-Hall, 1950. 

"Study of western thought" Mature. 

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*Durant, W. J. Story of philosophy. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1926. 

Simple account of the lives of great philosophers, and their thought. 
*Fitzgerald, S. E. Communicating ideas to the Public. N.Y., Funk & 
Wagnalls, 1950. 

Public Relations techniques. Mature. 
Gallup, G. H. Guide to Public opinion. Princeton Univ. Press, 1944. 

Tells how it is done. 
*Howard, Peter. Ideas have legs. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 1946. 

Underlying issues, and the men behind them. 
Jones, R. W. Journalism in the U. S. N.Y., Dutton, 1947. 

Historical. From early days to the present. 
Lawson, Robert. Watchwords of liberty. Boston, Little, Brown, 1943. 

From William Bradford to Franklin Roosevelt. 
Tebbel, John. American dynasty. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1947. 

Press in American life. McCormicks, Medills, Pattersons. 
fWhitney, Phyllis A. Willow Hill, Philadelphia, McKay, 1947. 

Problems of races in a government housing project. 

REFERENCE 

*Bluebook of non-theatrical films. Chicago, Educational Screen. Latest 
*Cook, Dorothy and Holden, Katharine M. Educational Film guide. 
N.Y., Wilson. Latest ed. 

Very useful reference. 
^Current Biography. (1940-1949). N.Y., Wilson. 

Needed for all subjects. 
*Encydopedia of the Social Sciences. 
*Hall, David. Record Book. N.Y., Smith & Durrell, 1950. 

Guide to the world of the phonograph. 
^Handbook Series. N.Y., Wilson. 

On various subjects, some of them controversial. 
^Information Please Almanac. N.Y., Farrar & Straus. Annual. 

Wide range of information. 

*Kane, J. N. Famous first facts. N.Y., Wilson. Latest edition. 
National Council^ of Teachers of English. Rollins, Charlemae, ed. 
Teachers guide to Negro life and literature for elementary and 
High School use. Rev. e4 Chicago, 1948. 

Bibliography. 
Phelps, E. M. ed. University Debaters' Annual. N.Y., Wilson. 

Useful for round table and discussion groups. Gives both sides of 

a problem. 
^Reference Shelf. N.Y., Wilson. 

On different subjects. Useful for controversial issues. 
Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature. N.Y., Wilson, 

The key to periodical material. 

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*Roberts, Henry M. Roberts rules of order revised for deliberate 
assemblies. N.Y., Scott, Foresman, 1943. 

Useful reference for debates, clubs, and group discussions. 
Sloan, H. S. and Zurcher, A. J. Dictionary of economics. N.Y., Barnes & 
Noble, 1949. 

All terms and phrases included. 
*Steinberg, S. H. ed. Statesman's Yearbook 1950. N.Y., Macmillan. 

All about the countries of the world. 
Strauss, L. H. Look, listen, learn. N.Y., Associated Press, 1948. 

Audio-visual material. 
*Webster Biographical Dictionary. Springfield, Mass., Merriam. 

Concise biographies of more than 40,000 men and women. 
*World-Telegram. World Almanac. 

General, and up-to-date statistics, and odd bits of information. 

RELIGION, MORALS, ETHICS 

*Ansley, Delight. Good ways. N.Y., Crowell, 1950. 

Origin and history of the world's great religions. 

Berrey, L. V. ed. Treasury of Bible quotations. Garden City, N.Y., 
Doubleday, 1948. 

Arranged under topics. 

*Bible, Holy. Both the King James, and tne Catholic. 
Brown, Thelma S. comp. Treasury of religious plays. N.Y., Associated 
Press, 1947. 

Well selected one-act plays, and also longer plays. 
*Browne, Lewis. This believing world. N.Y., Macmillan, 1926. 

"A simple account of the great religions of the mankind." 
f Chanler, Julie. His messengers went forth. N.Y., Coward-McCann, 
1948. 

Religious leaders. Eight messengers of God. 
*Eastman, Fred, One-act plays of spiritual power. Boston, Baker, 1948. 

Character building plays. 
fFarjeon, Eleanor. Ten Saints. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1936. 

Well-written, and interesting. 

fFitch, Florence M. One God. The ways we worship him. Boston, 
^Lothrop, 1944. 

Simple, and tolerant. 
fFitch, Florence M. Their search for God. Boston, Lothrop, 1947. 

The leading faiths of the Orient. 
Hume, R, E. World's living religions. N.Y., Scribner, 1924. 

Concise, and useful for reference, 
f Smith, Ruth. ed. Tree of life. N.Y., Viking, 1942. 

"Restatement of beauty and faith in many lands.** 
fWheeler, Opal. Sing in praise. N.Y., Dutton, 1946. 

Collection of the best loved hymns. 

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SCIENCE AND INVENTION 

Anderson, Lonzo. Bag of smoke. N.Y., Viking, 1924. 

Story of the first balloon. (Fict.) 
-^Aviation annual. N.Y., Doubleday. (latest ed.) 
f Bechdolt, Jack. Going up. Abingdon-Cokesbury, 1948. 

Story of vertical transportation. 

iBendick, Jeanne and Bendick, R. Television works like this. N.Y., 
McGraw-Hill, 1949. 

Illustrations explain the text. 
*f Bock, G. E. What makes the wheels go 'round. N.Y., Macmillan, 1931. 

Simple introduction to physics, 
f Britton, Katherine. What makes it tick. Boston, Houghton, 1943. 

Simple and well-illustrated. 

*Burlingame, Roger. Inventors behind the inventor. N.Y., Harcourt, 
1947. 

Development, and historical steps in an invention. 
Bradley, David. No place to hide. Boston, Little, Brown, 1948. 

"What the atom bomb really means to our world." 
Bush, Vannevar. Modern arms and the free men. N.Y., Simon & 
Schuster, 194-9. 

Role of science in preserving democracy. 
Coe, Douglas. Marconi, pioneer of radio. N.Y., Messner, 1943. 

Beginning of radio, (fict. biog.) 
Crispin, F. S. Dictionary of technical terms. Milwaukee, Bruce, 1946. 

Useful for professions and trades. 
Dietz, David. Story of science. N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1936. 

General discussion. 
Dunlap, O. E. Radar. N.Y., Harper, 1948. 

What it is, and how it works. 

f Elting, Mary and Weaver, R. T. Battles and how they are won. Garden 
City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1944. 

Simple and non-technical. 
Floherty, J. J. Aviation from the ground up. Phila., Lippincott, 1950. 

Simple account. Covers all phases. 
*f Fox, Ruth. Great mm of medicine. N.Y., Random, 1947. 

Short biographies from Vesalius to the present 
Furnas, C. C. Next hundred years. N.Y., Reynal & Hitchcock, 1936. 

What science has accomplished, and what more there is to do. 
*Garland, Joseph. Story of medicine. Boston, Houghton, 1949. 

Historical development of medicine and surgery. 
*Gaynor, Frank, ed. Pocket encyc. of atomic energy. N.Y., Philo- 
sophical Library, 1950. 

Charts, and illustrations make this a handy reference. 
Hart, I. B. James Watt and the history of steam power. N.Y., Schuman, 
1949. 

Industrial revolution, its effect on social and scientific attainment 
Hogben, Lancelot Mathematics for the millions. N.Y., Norton, 1937. 

Popularized mathematics. 

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f Holland, R. S. Big bridge. Rev. ed. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith, 1938. 

Hist, of bridges, and what they mean to commerce and civilization. 
Hylander, C. J. American scientists. N.Y., Macmillan, 1935. 

Brief biog. of scientists, and their contribution. 
Jaffe, Bernard. Crucibles. Rev. ed. N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1948. 

Life and achievement of great chemists. 
*Lang, Daniel. Early tales of the atomic age. N.Y., Doubleday, 1948. 

Information about Oak Ridge, and Alamos. 
Lewellen, J. B. You and atomic power. N.Y., Childrens Press, 1949. 

Gives its uses. 
McMurtrie, Douglas. Wings for words. Chicago, Rand McNally, 1940. 

Story of Gutenberg, and the invention of printing. 
Meyer, J. S. Picture book of the molecules and the atoms. Boston, 
Lotfirop, 1947. 

Atomic energy, and its use for peace. 

Montgomery, Elizabeth R. Story behind great medical discoveries. N.Y., 
Dodd, 1945. 

Interesting account. 

f Neville, L, E. ed. Aviation dictionary for boys and girls. N.Y., McGraw- 
Hill, 1944. 

Gives definition of terms. 

f Potter, R. D. Young people's book of atomic energy. N.Y., McBride, 
1946. 

Bikini experiment. 
*Radio Amateur's Handbook. Hartford, Conn., American Radio, (latest 

ed.) 
Smith, Austin. Drugs you use. N.Y., Revere, 1948. 

"Evolution in the treatment of disease." 

*U.S. Printing Office. Atomic Energy Com'n. Effects of atomic weapons. 
1949. 

The effects, and how to minimize them. 
*Van Nostrand Co. Scientific Encyc. 2nd. ed. N.Y., Van Nostrand, 1949. 

Basic science, and applied fields of science and engineering. 
fZaffo, G, J. Big book of real trucks. N.Y., Grosset, 1950. 

All about trades. 
fZim, H. S. Rockets and jets. N.Y., Harcourt, 1945. 

New experiments in the field. 

UNITED STATES CONSERVATION 

*Bruere, Martha S. B. Your forests. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1945. 

Importance of the American forests, and its many uses, 
f Graham, E. H. Wildlife for America. N.Y., Oxford Univ. Press, 1949. 

Wild life conservation. 
Hazard, J. T. Our living forests. Seattle, Superior Pub, Co., 1948. 

"Their preservation, and multiple use." 
fReed, W. M. America's treasure. N.Y., Harcourt, 1939. 

Iflus. Natural resources. 

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*f Shippen, Katherine B. Great heritage. N.Y., Viking, 1947. 

Resources. Economic conditions. 
Sloan, H. S. Farming in America. N.Y., Harper, 1947. 

Importance of the land. 

*Van Dersal, W. R. and Graham, E. H. Land renewed. N.Y., Oxford 
Univ. Press, 1946. 

Soil erosion and what to do about it. 

*Van Hise, C R. and Havemeyer, L. Conservation of natural resources 
in the US. N.Y., Maonillan, 1931. 

A thorough discussion of the problem, 

UNITED STATES CULTURAL 

f Bailey, Carolyn S. Pioneer art in America. N.Y., Viking, 1944. 

Well illustrated, and interesting. 
Blair, Walter. Tall tale America. N.Y., Coward-McCarm, 1944. 

Our humorous, legendary heroes. 
Blesh, Rudi. Shining trumpets. N.Y., Knopf, 1946. 

Hist of Jazz. 

*Boas, R. P. Social backgrounds of American literature. Boston, Little, 
Brown, 1933. 

Valuable background material. 
Bridenbaugh, Carl. Colonial craftsman. New York Univ. Press, 1950. 

The Artisan, his handiwork, and his place in the community. Mature, 
f Burk, Cassie & others. Americans musical heritage. Chicago, Laidlaw, 
1942. 

Importance of music in the development of the U.S. 
Ewen, David. American composers of today. N.Y., Wilson, 1949. 

"Biographical and critical." 
*Flexner, J. T. America's old masters. N. Y., Viking, 1939. 

Artists who pioneered in the field. West, Copley, Stuart, Peale. 
Fox, D. R. ed. Cavalcade of America series 2. Springfield, Mass., 1939. 

Radio plays of historical events, 
f Graham, Alberta P. Strike up the band! N.Y., Nelson, 1949. 

Band leaders of today, and their musical records, 
f Harris, J. C. Uncle Remus and his friends. Boston, Houghton, 1892. 

Folk background. 

Hart, J. D. Oxford companion to American Kterature. N.Y., Oxford, 
1948. 

Authors old, and new. 
Hart,-W. J. Stories of our national songs. N.Y., White, 1942. 

Useful material in history classes. 

*fHenry, R. B. and Ponnefl, Lucile. My American heritage. Chicago, 
Rand McNally, 19*9. 

"Collection of songs, poems, speeches and sayings that make for an 
understanding of America." 

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Howard, J. T. Our American music. N.Y., Crowell, 1938. 

Historical treatment of music in America, 
f Irving, Washington. Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Phila., McKay, 1928. 

Folk background. 
fKinscella, Hazel G. History sings. N.Y., Univ. Pub. Co., 1940. 

"Songs of various sections of our country." Regional. 
Knight, R. A. Noah Webster, the nation's schoolmaster. D. R. Fox ed. 
Cavalcade of America, Ser. 2. Springfield, Mass., Milton Bradley, 
1939. 

Radio play. 
*Lomax, J. A. and Lomax, A. American ballads and folk songs. N.Y., 

Macmillan, 1946. 
A standard in the field. 
Lovejoy, L. E. ed. Lovejoy's complete guide to American colleges and 

universities. N.Y. Simon & Schuster, 1948., 
Reference. Cata. of 1031 institutions of learning. 
*Luther, Frank. Americans and their songs. N.Y. Harper, 1942. 

Regional America, and the songs they sing. 

*Petersham, Maud, & Petersham, Miska. America's stamps. N.Y. Mac- 
millan, 1947. 

Ulus. 100 years of U.S. postage stamps. 

*Pound, Louise. American ballads and songs. N.Y. Scribner, 1922. 
*Rawson, Marion N. Candle days. N.Y. Century, 1927. 

"Story of early American arts, and implements/ 5 
Reis, Claire R. Composers in America. N.Y. Macmillan, 1947. 

Biog. sketches of contemporary composers, and their work. 
Seiger, Ruth C. American folk songs. Garden City, N,Y, Doubleday, 

1948. 

Gives the spirit of the time that produced them. 
Shepard, E. Paul Bunyan. N.Y. Harcourt, 1924. 

Well-known folk character. 
Stevenson, B. E. American history in verse for boys and girls. Bost. 

Houghton, 1932. 

Useful in connection with classroom teaching. 
Thomas, L. J. Tall stories. N.Y. Funk & Wagnalls, 1931. 

A wide selection, concise, and well told. 
Van Doren, C. C. & Carmer, C. American scriptures. N.Y. Boni & Graer, 

1946. 

Series of historical episodes presented over the radio. (1941-44) 
Wish, Harvey, Society and thought in early America. 2 vols. N.Y. 

Longman, 1950. 
Social and intellectual hist., through 1865. Mature. 

UNITED STATES ECONOMIC 
Adams, Mildred. Getting and spending. N. Y. Macmillan, 1939. 

ABC of economics. 
Dorfman, Joseph. Economic mind in American civilisation. N.Y. Viking, 

X-^rO. 

Controversial. Mature. 

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Fairchild, H. P. Economics for the millions. N.Y. Modern Age Books, 

1940. 

Popularized account. 
McCarty, H. H. Geographic basis of American economic life. N.Y. 

Harper, 1940. 
Valuable in understanding some of the complex factors. 

UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHIC 

f Baker, Nina B. Ten American cities. N.Y. Harcourt, 1949. 

Conditions, and history of their growth. 
fMcdintock, Marshall. Story of the Mississippi. N.Y. Harper, 1941. 

Importance of the river in the development of the U.S. 
f McNeer, May Y. Story of the Great Plains. N.Y., Harper, 194-3. 

Importance of the fertile middle-west. 
*f Meyer, J. G. Following the flag. Chicago. Follett, 1941. 

The U.S. possessions. 

*Ridgley, D. C. & Ekblan, S. E. Influence of geography on our economic 
life. N.Y. Gregg, 1936. 

Geographic conditions that influence economics. Mature. 
*Rivers of America Series. N.Y. Farrar & Rinehart. 

Of most of the rivers. Their history, and importance in U.S. 
*Semple, Ellen & Jones, C. F. American history and its geographic 
conditions. Rev. ed. Boston. Houghton, 1933. 

Valuable for its material, and point-of-view. 
*Turner, F. J. Geographic influences in American political history. N.Y. 

Holt, 1932. 
fWelch, Earl. Cradle of our nation, Philadelphia. N.Y. Holt, 1949, 

Stress is on early history, and its contribution to Liberty. 

UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION 

Adamic, Louis. Nation of nations. N.Y. Harper, 1944. 

Immigration problems. 

^Bernard, W. S. ed. American immigration policy a reappraisal. N,Y. 
Harper, 1950. 

A study sponsored by the NatT. Com'n. on Immigration Policy. 

Mature 
*f Beard, A. E. S. Our foreign born citizens. N.Y. Crowell, 1939. 

Short biog. of outstanding citizens of foreign birth. 
Fields, H. Refugee in the US. N.Y. Oxford, 193& 

An ever present problem as conditions in the world change. Mature. 
Hansem, M. L. Immigrant in American history, Harvard Uni. Press, 
1940. 

A thorough study. Mature. 
*fjaworski, Irene D. Becoming American. N.Y. Harper, 1950. 

"The problems of immigrants and their children/* 
Suhl, Yuri. One foot in America. N.Y. Macmillaxi, 1950. 

An immigrant's appreciation of American democracy. 

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* 

*Wittke, C F. We who built America. N.Y. Prentice-Hall, 1939. 

What the immigrant has contributed in the building of America. 
Wolff, O. M. Where but in America, in Mayorga Plays of Democracy. 
N.Y. Dodd, Mead, 1944. 

A one-act play which illustrates the opportunities in the U.S. 
Zangwffl, Israel The melting pot. N.Y., Macmillan, 1909. 

The "melting pot" of the nations and peoples. Drama. 

UNITED STATES INDUSTRY AND LABOR 

Adams, J. T. Big Business in a democracy. N.Y. Scribner, 1945. 

Relationships with labor, and economy. Mature. 
*Austin, Aleine. Labor story 1786-1949. N.Y. Coward-McCann, 1949. 

A popular history of American labor. 
Barbash, Jack. Labor unions in action. N.Y. Harper, 1948. 

How unionism works. 
*Barnes, J. A. Wealth of the American people. N.Y. Prentice-Hall, 1949. 

From the economic view-point. 
Casselman, P. H. Labor dictionary. N.Y. Philosophical Library, 1949. 

Concise encyc. of labor information. 

Druker, P. F. New Society; the anatomy of industrial order. N.Y. 
Harper, 1950. 

Sociological aspects. Mature. 
Dulles, F. R. Labor in America. N.Y. Crowell, 1949. 

History from Colonial times to the present. 
*Forman, S. E. Rise of commerce and industry. N.Y. Century, 1927. 

Good for the earlier periods. 
Madison, C. A. American labor leaders. N.Y. Harper, 1950. 

"Personalities and forces in the labor movement." 
*Mersereau, S. F. Materials of industry. Enlarged ed. N.Y. McGraw- 
Hffl, 1941. 

Production and distribution. Economics of industry. 
*MouIton, H. G. Controlling factors in economic development. Brookings 
Institute, 1949. 

Mature. 

"Depressions and retarding as well as dynamic factors are considered." 
RumI, Beardsley, Tomorrow's business. N.Y. Farrar & Rinehart, 194-5. 

Practical approach to the problems of industry, and corporations. 
Seaver, C. H. Industry in America. N.Y. Harper, 1946. 

Past and present conditions, 

UNITED STATES POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 

Beard, C. A. Presidents in American history. Rev. ed. N.Y. Messner, 

1946. 
A tiseful book. 

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Bliven, Bruce, & Mezerick, A. G. What the informed citizen needs to 

know. N.Y. Duel!, Sloan, 1945. 
Practical politics. 
Bloom, Sol. Story of the Constitution. U.S. Sesquicentennial, 1935. 

Well illustrated, and usable pamphlet. 
Bone, H. A. American politics and party system. N.Y. McGraw-Hill, 

1949. 

"Study of the machinery of American politics." Mature. 
Cunningham, A. S. comp. Everything you want to know about the Presi- 
dents. Rev. ed. Chicago. McClurg, 1945. 
From Washington to Truman. 
Ferguson, J. H. & McHenry, D. E. American Federal government. N.Y. 

McGraw-Hill, 1947. 
General treatment. Mature. 
*Kent, F. R. Great game of politics. Rev. ed. Garden City, N.Y. 

Doubleday, 1936. 

A debunking account. Interesting and useful. 
McCamy, J. L. Administration of foreign affairs. N.Y. Knopf, 1950. 

Way in which the policy is made. Practical. Mature, 
f McFee, Mrs. I. N. C. How our government is run. N.Y. Crowell, 1946 

Simple account. 
Milhollen, H. D. Presidents on parade. N.Y. Maonillan, 1946. 

Reference. 
*Ogg, F. A. & Ray, P. O. Intro, to American government. 8th ed. rev. 

N.Y. Appleton Century, 1945. 
Problems in state and national government. 
Patman, Wright. Our American government. Chicago. Ziff-Davis, 1948. 

Answers 1001 questions on how it works. 
*Schlesinger, A. M. American as a reformer. Harvard Uni. Press, 1950. 

Reform movements. Mature. 
*U.S. Bureau of Census. Abstract. Latest. 

Useful for statistics, U.S. 
U.S. Government Manual. 
Walker, E. E. & Kersey, V. Our national Constitution; how it was 

framed and how it works. N.Y. Scribner, 1938. 
Historical account, 
f Witty, P. A. & Kohler, J. You and the Constitution of the US. N.Y. 

Childrens Press, 1948. 

"Sequence of events that lead to the drafting of the Constitution." 
Young, J. T. New American government and its work. 4th ed. N.Y. 

Macmfflan, 1946. 
Developmental. 

UNITED STATES REFERENCE GENERAL 

*Blue Book of the various states. 

*Qir0nides of America Series. Yale Uni. Press. Choice of titles. 
Forman, Sidney. West Point. N.Y. Columbia Uni. Press, 1950. 
"History of U.S. Military Academy." 

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*Gabriel, R. H. & others ed. Pageant of America. Yale Uni. Press. 

Pictorial history of the U.S. 

Hirshberg, H. S. Subject guide to US. Government publications. 
Chicago. American Library Ass'n., 1947. 

Subject analysis of documents. Useful in deciding what to order. 
Ottley, Roi. Black Odyssey. N.Y. Scribner, 1948. 

Story of the negro in America. (1619-1945). 
Shaw, A. H. comp. Lincoln encyc. N.Y. Macmillan, 1950. 

Ready reference to Lincoln's written or spoken words. 
*Stimpson, George W. Book about American history. N.Y. Harper, 
1950, 

Interesting facts, and information. 
*U.S. Dep't. of Agriculture. Yearbook. Latest. Government Printing 

Office. 
*US. Statistical abstract. Latest. Government Printing Office, 

UNITED STATES TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION 

fBailey, C. S. From moccasins to wings. Springfield, Mass. Milton 

Bradley, 1937. 
Stories of our travel ways. 
fBeaty, J. Y. Story pictures of transportation and communication. 

Chicago. Beckley, 1939. 
The illustrations are useful, 
f Benz, R E. Talking round the world. N.Y. Dodd, 1942. 

Story of the telephone, 
f Bush, M. G. How we have conquered distance. N.Y. Macmillan, 1936. 

Illustrated, and interesting. 
Carlisle, Norman. Modern wonderbook of trains and railroading. Phila^ 

delphia. Winston, 1946. 
What has been done for speed and comfort. 
Carlisle, Norman & Nelson, Eugene. Modern wonderbook of ships. 

Philadelphia. Winston, 1947. 
All the new things in water transportation. 
Dilts, M. M. The telephone in a changing world. N.Y. Longmans, 1941. 

Its contribution to communication. 
Duffus, R. L. Santa Fe Trail. N.Y. Longmans, 1930. 

Its importance in early travel. 
*Dunbar, Seymour. History of travel in America. 4 vols. Indianapolis, 

Bobbs-Merrill, 1915. 

Well illustrated, and exhaustive information on early travel, and the 
social scene. Reference, 
f Elting, Mary. Trains at work. Garden City. N.Y. Garden City Pub. 

Co. 1947. 
Simple account of how they work. 

f Elting,. Mary. Trucks at work. Garden City. N.Y. Garden City Pub. Co. 

1946. 
Trucks as carriers. 

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Glasscock, C. B. Gasoline age. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1937, 

Beginning of the age which has since grown in importance. 
Hall, C G. The mail goes through. N.Y. Macmillan, 1938. 

Mail, an important form of communication. 
fHenry, R. S. Trains. New ed. Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill, 1949. 

Contribution of R.R. in World War II. 
*Hffl, H. S. Conestoga wagon. Highton, N J. 1930. 

Its contribution in building America, and expansion of U.S. 
*Lothrop, E. Early American inns and taverns. New ed. N.Y. Tudor, 
1937. 

Early travel in America, and provisions made for travelers, 
f Meriwether, Susan. Story of the telephone and the genie called elec- 
tricity. N.Y. Harper, 1927. 

Explains how it is done, 
f Muller, C G. How they carried the goods. N.Y. Sears, 1932. 

"From the sleds of Pharoah to the airplanes of today." 
fOlds, Elizabeth. Riding the rails. Boston. Houghton, 1948. 

General history of the Amer. R.R. 
Owen, Wilfred. Automotive transportation. Brookings Institute, 1949. 

Cost, and quality. Mature. 
Reck, F. M. Romance of American transportation. N.Y. Crowell, 1938. 

Interesting account. 
Vestal, Stanley. Old Santa Fe Trail Boston. Houghton, 1939. 

Expansion to the West, 
f Waldo, Mrs. E. L. From travois to iron rail. N.Y. Ackerman, 1944. 

Historical treatment. 

THE WORI-D 

*Altamira y Crevea, Rafael. History of Spain from the beginnings to 

the present day. N.Y. Van Nostrand, 1949. 
English trans, of a readable hist, of Spain. 

Blodgett, R. H. Comparative economic systems. Rev. ed. N.Y. Mac- 
millan, ^1949^ 

Mature discussion. Controversial. 
Brittain, Mary Z. Arab-lands. N.Y. Holiday, 1947. 

Hist, of the Arab peoples. 
Brockelmann, Carl. History of the Islandic peoples. N.Y. Putnam, 1947, 

Interesting translation. 
*Carksadon, T. R. & Modley, R. Measure of a nation. N.Y. Macmillaa, 

1949. 

Charts. Economic growth of nations. Mature. 
^Council of Foreign Relations. Political handbook of the world. N.Y. 

Harper. Annual. 

Parliaments, parties, and the press. 
*Davie, M. R. World immigration with special reference to the US. 

N.Y. Macmillan, 1936. 
Problems involved, 

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APPENDIX 

Eckel, Paul E. Far East since 1500. N.Y. Harcourt, 1947. 

Basis for understanding the Far Eastern Question. Mature. 
fErskine, Dorothy. Russia's story. N.Y. Crowell, 1946. 

Illus. music, maps, make book interesting. Is not controversial. 
Evatt, H. V. Task of nations. N.Y. Duell, Sloan, 1949. 

World politics, and organization. 
fFisher, Lois. You and the United Nations. N.Y. Childrens Press, 1947. 

Simple explanations, and information. 

fHartman, Gertrude, & Saunders, Lucy S. Builders of the old world. 
Boston. Little, Brown, 1948. 

From Pre-historic times to the discovery of America. 
fHartman, Gertrude. World we live in and how it came to be. N.Y. 
Macmillan, 1947. 

Pictured outline of man's progress. 

*Langer, W. L. ed. Encyc. of World history. New ed. rev. Boston. 
Houghton, 1948. 

Chronological arrangement. Modern version of Ploetz. 
Lengyel, Emil. America's role in world affairs. N.Y. Harper, 1946. 

Problems of world power. 

f Linton, Ralph & Linton, Adelin. Man's way from cave to skyscraper. 
N.Y. Harper, 1947. 

Development of culture. 
Linton, Ralph. Most of the world. N.Y. Columbia, 1949. 

Peoples of Latin America, and the East, today. Reference. Mature. 
McCune, George McA, Korea today. Harvard Uni. Press, 1950. 

"Issued under the auspices of Institute of Pacific Relations." Mature. 
*MaIlory, W, H. ed. Political handbook of the world. N.Y. Harper, 1950. 

Usable material. 
Marx, F. M. ed. Foreign governments. N.Y. Prentice-Hall, 1949. 

Dynamics of politics abroad. Mature. 

Marx, Karl. Capital^ the Communist Manifesto, and other writings. N.Y. 
Modern Library, 1932. 

Controversial. Mature. 
Mumford, Lewis. Story of Utopias. N.Y. Boni & Liveright, 1922. 

Ideal states from Plato to H. G. Wells. 
*New Learned History for Ready Reference. Latest edition 

Valuable reference. 
*f New World neighbors. Boston. Heath. Various Latin American people. 

Interesting material. 

Ogg, F. A. & Zink, H. Modern foreign governments. N.Y. Macmillan, 
1949. 

Useful reference. Mature. 
Oliver, R, T. Why war came to Korea. Fordham Uni. Press, 1950. 

Far Eastern question. Mature. 
Palmer, R, R. History of the modern world. N.Y. Knopf, 1950. 

"Growth of European society from 1000." Mature. 

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f Peattie, D. C. Child's story of the world. N.Y. Simon & Schuster, 1937. 

Development of culture. 

Political Handbook of the world. N.Y. Harper. Annual. 
^Portrait of the nations series. Philadelphia, Lippincott. 

Well-arranged and interesting information about the different nations. 
f Pyne, Mable. Little history of the wide world. Boston. Houghton, 1947. 

Illus. Interesting account of development. 

Reither, Joseph ed. World history at a glance. Rev. ed. Garden City. 
N.Y. Doubleday, 1949. 

Maps, tables, charts make this a useful reference. 
*Reves, Emery. Anatomy of peace. N.Y. Harper, 1945. 

Questions of sovereignty and peace. Mature. 

f Seeger, Elizabeth. Orient past and present. St. Louis. Webster Pub., 
1946. 

Simple story of the Orient. 

Singer, Kurt ed. Three thousand years of espionage. N.Y. Prentice-Hall, 
1948. 

Thrilling spy stories based on real accounts. 
Symonds, Richard. Making of Pakistan. Lond. Faber & Faber. n.d. 

Early hist, of the Muslims of India. Mature. 
Toynbee, A. J. Study of history. N.Y. Oxford, 1947. 

Genesis and growth of civilization. Mature. 

*Webster, Hutton. History of Civilization. Rev. ed. 2v. in 1 N.Y. Heath, 
1947. 

Useful material. 
Young, Gordon. Viking lands. N.Y. Medill McBride, 1950. 

Concise hist, of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. 



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Aaron Burr 

Abbot, W. J. Blue packets of 1918 

Abbot, (The) 

Abbott, E. Pericles 

Abbott, F. F. Hist, and description of 

Roman political institutions 

Society and politics in ancient Rome 

Abbott J. Folly farm 

Abe Lincoln and his times 

Abe Lincoln grows up 

Abe Lincoln of Pigeon creek 

Abend, H. Ramparts of the Pacific 

Abigail Adams 

Abigail Adams and her times 

Above suspicion 

Abraham Lincoln (Charnwood) 

Abraham Lincoln (Daughtery) ,. ., 

Abraham Lincoln (Foster) 

Abraham Lincoln, the Prairie years 

Abraham Lincoln's world 

Accent on power 

Across the great deserts 

Adam of the road 

Adamic, L. Nation of nations 

Adams, G. B. Civilization during the 

Middle Ages 

Adams, H. Mont St. Michel and Chartres 

Adams, J. Stonewall 

Adams, J. D. Mountains are free 

American tragedy 

Atlas of American hist. 

Big business in a democracy 

Living Jefferson ~. 

Provincial society 

Adams, K, Blackthorn 

Thistle Inn 

Adams, M. Getting and spending 

Adams, R. G. Gateway to Amer. hist., . 

Hist, of the foreign policy of the 

U. S. 

Adams, S. H. Canal town 

Gorgeous hussy .. 

Incredible era 

Address unknown ~ 

Administration of foreign affairs 

Admiral of the Ocean .... 

Admirals of American empire 

Adshead, G. Inheritance of poetry 

Advancing America 

Adventure in Pern 

Adventure in Tunisia 

Adventures of a Trafalgar lad ~ 

Adventures of a tropical tramp 

Adventures of Johnny Appleseed. 

Adventures of Odysseus 

Adventure to the polar seas 

Adventurers aH ~~ 

Adventurers of the night 

Adventures of America 

Adventures of Arnold Adair. 

Adventures of Philippe 

Adventuring in Palestine 

Aeneas Africanus 

Against all odds -..., 

Against these three ~ 

Against this rock 

Against the jungle ~ 

Age of Jackson - 

Agent extraordinary .- 

AgHon, R. Fighting French . 

Agricaltnral Yearbook, U. S. 

Aikea, G. D. Speaking from Vermont . 

Afkman, D. Taming of the Frontier 

Amsworth, E. Eagles fly West. 

Airmen of tbe Amaaon. 

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Al Smithy American ................. , ............. 199 

Alamo ................................ ". 176 

Alaska, land of tomorrow ................... 204 

Alaska today ................................. 204 

Albert the Good ................ 79 

Albert the soldier-king .................. .. ..... 88 

Albrand, M. No surrender ........... 96 

None shall know ..................... 96 

Aldington, R. Duke (The) ........ 79 

Aldrich, B. S. Lantern in her hand .... 182 

Song of the years .................... 163 

Aldrich, D. Earth never tires ............... 196 

Aldrich, M. Hilltop on the Marne ....... 84 

Alegria, C. Broad and alien is the world 115 
Golden serpent _____ ...... . . ......... .. 12S 

Alegria, F. Lautaro ............................. 115 

Aleko's island ................. , .................... 06 

Alexander, R. Cruise of the Raider 

"Wolf" .... ........................... .. ..... 87 

Alexander ..................................... 25 

Alexander of Macedon ......................... 25 

Alexander the Great (Robinson) .......... 26 

Alexander the Great (Wright) ............ 26 

Alexander I of Russia, .................. , ..... 75 

Alexander Hamilton (Loth) ........... ... ... 162 

Alexander Hamilton (Schachner) .......... 162 

Alexander Stephens .................. .......... . . 182 

Alhambra ........................................ 68 

Alice of old Vincennes ..................... 151 

Alinsky, SL John L. Lewis ............ ..... 204 

Alison Blair . . ,. 1S5 

All right Mr. Roosevelt ./"..".!"" ..."I"....".!"." 118 

AD sails set ................................... 160 

All the best in Central AiwrSca, ............... 128 

AH the brave rifles ........... .. ..................... ITS 

AH the trumpets sounded, .............. ..... 18 

All the ways of building ................ ........ 219 

AH things new .............................. 197 

AH we are and all we have .......... ......... 100 

Allah, the God of Tgfom ....................... 33 

AHee, M. EL House of her own .......... 168 

Off to Philadelphia! ................ 168 

Allen,, F. L. Lords of creation ............ 192 

Only yesterday ........ . ............... ........ 199 

Since yesterday ............................ 199 

Allen, M. P. Battle lanterns ........... 144 

Black rain . . ............. . ................... 194 

Green cockade .......................... 144 

Make way for the brave ............ .. 163 

Out of a clear sky .......................... 163 

Red heritage ................... . ..,... 144 

Spirit of the eagle ........................ 163 

Sunset trail ................. 154 

White feather ......................... 177 

AlBs, ML Water over tbe dam ............. 163 

H. Intro, to TfrngTkh industrial 



AlmecKgea, M. K Young Catherine ...... 68 

Aloha ................................. ..... 2S9 

Altaraira, y C-, R. Hist, of Spain .......... 288 

Altar of the legion .................................... S3 

Atoocchi, J. Waives against the moon ... 1*4 
ABshefear, J, A. Forest of swords. ~ ..... - 84 

Rolers of tbe lakes, ........................... 188 

Texan scouts ------- , .............................. 168 

Amaru ............................. ......................... 296 

Ambler, B- Journey into fear ............... 196 

America ...... ~ ................................... * ..... - 1*5 

America begins ........................... ....- ......... 1 

America begins again ................. - .......... . . 199 

America faces Son*. ........................ - ........ 1 

America in the new Pacific .................. 201 

America Jaoves West ..... ~ ...................... ~ H* 

America on refief ......................... .......... 

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American ballads and folk songs 228 

American ballads and songs 228 

American beginnings in Europe 132 

American colleges and universities. 228 

American composers 227 

American cowboy . 189 

American Democracy and the World war 196 

American Diplomacy 196 

American Dynasty 223 

American Emperor 121 

American Federal Government 231 

American folk songs 228 

American foreign policy in the making... 199 
American hist, and its geographic 

conditions 229 

American hist, in verse 228 

American hist, told by contemporaries .. 214 

American immigration policy 229 

American Indians 1SS 

American labor 200 

American labor leaders 2SO 

American politics and party system 231 

American Polynesia 209 

American Red Cross in the Great War 196 

American scientists 226 

American scriptures 228 

American tragedy 189 

Americanzation of Edward Bok 192 

Americans and their songs 228 

Americans by adoption 193 

Americans one and all 203 

Americas (The) 129 

America's Ethan AQen 148 

America's musical heritage 227 

America's old masters 227 

America's new frontier 204 

Americas of tomorrow 130 

America's old world background 133 

America's role in world affairs 234 

America's stamps- 228 

Americas to the South 130 

America's treasure 226 

Amusements and sports in America . 144 

Anatomy of peace. 235 

Anatomy of racial intolerance . . . 222 

Ancient Assyria 21 

Ancient civilization of Mexico 119 

Ancient Crete. 25 

Ancient explorers 37 

Ancient Greece and modern America ... 200 

Ancient Jerusalem .... 21 

Ancient life in Mexico and Central 

America 118 

Ancient man , . 16 

Ancient Palestine 21 

Ancient world , 217 

And teH of time 186 

And the mountains win move. 192 

Anderson, E. T. Scarlet bird 206 

Anderson* P. B. Black saO 13 

Anderson, I* Bag of smoke. 225 

Anderson, P. I*. Knights of St. John .... 49 

Pugnax the Gladiator 26 

Slave of CatUme 26 

Sword in the North 26 

With the eagles 26 

Anderson, B. G. Tavern rogue 49 

Andivius Hedulio 80 

Andrew Jackson (NicoJay) 170 

Andrew Jackson (Nolan) 158 

Andrews, C, M. Colonial background of 

the American revolution 142 

Andrews, F. K For CharlenSagne! 33 

Andrews, G. G, Napoleon in review 74 

Andrews, M. K. S. His soul goes march- 
ing on , 194 

Perfect tribute 177 

Andrews, R. a Meet your ancestors 15 

Quest in the desert 89 

Andy breaks trafl. , 159 

Angelo, V, Hill of miracles 164 

Anglo-American agreement of 1817 108 

Angry dnst...- 204 



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Angry men laughing men 209 

Angus, H. F. Canada and her great 

neighbor 112 

Ann Bartlett returns to the Philippines 203 

Anna and the King of Siam 77 

Annetje and her family 133 

Anniversaries and holidays 219 

Another Caesar 78 

Another spring 52 

Ansley, D. Good ways 224 

Anthology of world poetry 220 

Anthony, I. Decatur . 161 

Anthony, I. W. Raleigh and his world 60 
Anthony, K. Dolly Madison her life and 

times 161 

Apache 165 

Apache agent 183 

Apartment in Athens 99 

Apollo 219 

Apprentice of Florence 56 

Archer, G. L. With axe and musket at 

Plymouth 143 

Arab island, the middle East 101 

Arab lands 233 

Aragon, L. Bells of Basel 80 

Archer, G. L. Mayflower heroes 142 

Archer, T. A, Crusades 47 

Arciniegas, G. Caribbean 128 

Arctic adventure 207 

Arctic mood 200 

Arctic venture 202 

Argentina 130 

Argentine diary 129 

Argonaut gold 172 

Argosies of empire 49 

Arizona cowboys 183 

Ark of heraldry 219 

Arm and the darkness 50 

Armenia and the Armenians . .... 82 
Armer, I*. A. Waterless mountains ... 182 

Armies of spies 199 

Armor of light 28 

Armour and his times 193 

Arms and the maple leaf 110 

Arms are fair 99 

Armstrong, H. F. Hitler's reich . 92 

Armstrong, L. V. We too are the people 199 

Army mule 184 

Army of Israel 101 

Arne, S. United Nations primer 216 

Arnold, E. Blood brother 182 

Around the fire 18 

Around the world in song ,... 218 

Arraras, J. Francisco Franco ~ 92 

Arrow fly home 137 

Arrow of Tee-May 117 

Art through the ages 218 

Arundel 150 

As the crow flies 168 

Asbury, H. Carrie Nation 192 

Ash, S. Mary 17 

Ashton, J. Social life in the reign of 

Queen Anne 68 

Ashton, W. He brings great news 70 

Asia at the crossroads 83 

Asian, K. Armenia and the Armenians 2 

Aspasia 23 

Aspen, D, Barney's, barges 154 

Mike of Company D 194 

Assignment in Brittany 97 

At the sign of the golden compass 54 

Atherton, G. F. Conqueror 144 

Golden peacock 27 

Jealous gods 22 

Atkins, E. H. Little Wolf's brother 119 

Atkinson, E. S. Johnny Appfeseed 144 

"Poilu" a dog of Boubaix 84 

Atlas of American hist. 217 

Atlas of current affairs 217 

Atlas of European hist. 217 

Atomic bomb 204 

Attack alarm. 98 

Atfcflla .... . 28 



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Audisio, G. Haran Al-Rashid 87 

Augur, H. Book of fairs 218 

Augustus 31 

Augustus Caesar's world 31 

Ault, N. Life in ancient Britain ... 37 
Ault, W. O. Europe in modern times . 220 

Austin, A. Labor story . . 230 

Austin, F. B. Road to glory . .... 70 

Austin, J. G. Standish of Standish 133 

Australia 100 

Autobiography of Buffalo BilL 189 

Autobiography, Coolidge 199 

Autobiography, Franklin 152 

Automotive transportation 233 

Averill, E. Voyages of Jacques Cartier 103 

Aviation annual 225 

Aviation dictionary 226 

Aviation from the ground up 225 

Axe of Wandsbek 92 



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Axelrad, J. Patrick Henry 

Aydlotte, D. Trumpets calling 
Ayling^K. Old Leatherface of the 

Flying Tigers 

Semper Fidelis 

Azan, P. Warfare of today 

Aztec treasure-house 



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204 
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Baarslag, K. Islands of adventure. 209 

Barbash, J. Labor unions in action 230 

BacheHer, I. Boy for the ages 164 

Bacheller, I. In the days of Poor Richard 144 

Man for the ages 177 

Baer, M. E. Pandora's box 199 

Bag of smoke 225 

Bagger, E. S* Eminent Europeans 92 

Bahamas 210 

Bailey, B. F. Puckered moccasins 154 

Bailey, C. Legacy of Rome. 30 

Bailey, O. S. From moccasins to wings 232 

Pioneer art in America 227 

Bailey, B. E. Argosies of empire 49 

Sea hawks of empire 49 

Bailey, T. Diplomatic hist, of the 

American people. 199 

Woodrow Wilson, 195 

Bain, R. N. Charles XT! 68 

Bainton, R EL Here I stand 60 

Bakeless, J. Fighting frontiersman. 144 

Baker, G. P. Hannibal 30 

Baker, N. B. Garibaldi - 75 

Inca gold , 123 

Juarez ,...,.., ... .... 119 

Lenin ~ 89 

Next year in Jerusalem. 80 

Peter the Great. , 8 

Robert Bruce . 47 

Sir Walter Raleigh 49 

Sun Yat-sen 92 

Ten American cities 229 

William the Silent 60 

Why we went to war 135 

Baker, O. Buffalo Barty 183 

Baker, R. L. OS, blood and sand 100 

Balderston, J. L. A goddess to a god. 20 

Baldwin, H. W. Caissons roil 92 

Baldwin, M. W. Medieval Papacy in 

action 47 

Balkan background. ... 94 

Ballad of the Hundred Days. 73 

BaBantyne, R. M. lEt-Hng the bold 33 

Rafaak, S, S. Economic geography of the 

USSR , ^ 221 

Bamboo gate .. - 91 

Banks, E. J. Seven wonders of the 

ancient world. ... ... .. ... ..... 20 

Banks, H. W, Boys* Motley 60 

Banner of the Bull..., 58 

Bartteh, D* W. <2ass boose of preMice 204 

Barbed wire. _ 183 

Barber, J. Hawaii , 19 



Barbour, R. H* Fortunes of war 

Giles of the Mayflower 

Metipom's hostage 

Barea, A. Broken root, 

Baring, M. Tinker's leave 

Barker, E. C. Father of Texas 

Barker, R. L. Caballero 

Barksdale, L. First Thanksgiving 

Barnaby Lee 

Barnaby Rudge - - - 

Barnard, E. F. How tibe old world found 

the new ... 

Barnes, F. Man and his records . 
Barnes, H. E, Gensis of the World War 

Survey of western civilization .. . 
Barnes, J. A. Wealth of the American 

people 

Barnes, M. A. Within this present. 

Barnes, M. C. Brief gaudy hour 

My Lady of Cleves 

Passionate brood 

Within the hollow crown ... 

Barnes, N. Carkrtta ~ 

Barnett, D. R. Cross of gold 

Barney's barges .- . 

Barr, A. E. Maid of old New York, 

Barr, S. Pilgrimage of western man . . 
Barrett, M. Tempered blade 
Barrows, J. S. Son of "Old Ironsides" . . 
Bartlett, R. J. Record of American 

diplomacy 

Bartlett, R. M. Sky pioneer 

Barton, W. E. Great good man 

When Boston braved the King . . 
Bassett, S. W. Story of Vasco da Gama 
Bates, H E. Cruise of the Breadwinner 
Battle for Buenos Aires ... 

Battle lanterns 

Battle of the Sierras 

Battles how they are won 

Bauer, M. How music grew 

Bay of the North 

Bayne, S. Agent extraordinary. . . . 
Beachhead on the wind 

glehole, J. C. Exploration of the 



Before Adam - 

Before Homer - 

Before the dawn of history . _ .... 

Beals, C. Coming struggle for Latin 

America 

Fire on the Andes 

Mexican maze :.." 

Beard, A, E, S. Our foreign born citizens 

Beard, C. Industrial revolntfcm.., .- 

Beard, C. A. ^Amer. foreign policy in 

Enduring Federalist .'..-. 

Presidents in American hist...... - . 

Beard. M. Short hist, of the American 

labor movement ' 

Beardsley, H. M. Joseph Smith and his 

Mormon empire - - 

Beat to quarters ~ 

Beatrice the brave 

Beaty, J. C. Swords in the dawn. 
Beaty, J. Y. Story pictures of 

portation and commnnicatioo 

Beauty of the purple 

BeaovaBet^ , ...- 

Beaver 1r* T| g g - and ^*n^*Ttff ... . . .,*,,.,,,, 

Becbdoit, F. B. Wben the" West was 

Bechd3^J.'*Goin "up ".\\Z\"T".Z~ 

Beck, L. A. Splendour of Asm. 

Becker, M- L. Golden tales of Canada.... 

Yoitfh replies, I caa 

Becker, W. A. GaBus...^ -.. 

Becky Landers, ..\\71\~l\3.\\.\\'iZl"IIZ!Z 

Becoming American ... 

Bedford-Atkins Lock of the boose. 

Bedford-Jones, H. Drams of Dambala...... 



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Bedier, J. High road in Tartary 79 

Beebe, R. Who fought and bled. 154 

Beggar boy of Galilee 1J 

Beggars* penny 51 

Beggar's revolt 52 

Beginnings of New England 143 

Behind the silken curtain 100 

Behind the battlements 35 

Behold our land 200 

Behold the West Indies 211 

Bearing's potiatch . 66 

Beith, L H. First hundred thousand . ... 84 

Belaude, V. A. Bolivar 121 

Befl, A. King Tut-Ankh-Amen 17 

Bell, E. T. Magic of numbers 221 

Bell, M. Women of the wilderness . ... 143 

BeB, M. E. Totem casts a shadow 18S 

Bell, R. W. Canada in war-paint 109 

Bell for Adano 97 

Belloc, H. Characters of the Reformation 61 

Charles the First 68 

Cromwell 61 

Girondin * 70 

Louis XIV 68 

Marie Antoinette 74 

Richelieu 61 

William the Conqueror 47 

Bells of Basel 80 

Bells of heaven 49 

Bells of Leyden sing 51 

Belshazzar 17 

Ben, the battle horse 195 

Bendick, J. How much and how many 221 

Television works like this 225 

Benedict, R. F. In Henry's back yard .... 222 

Benet. L. Hidden valley 164 

Benet, S. V. Spanish bayonets 119 

Benet, W. R* Readers Encyclopedia 218 

Bengtsson, F. Red Orm S3 

Ben Hur .- **' 

Bennett, H. S. Life on the English 

Manor 47 

Bennett, J. Barnaby Lee 134 

Master Skylark 49 

Bennett's welcome 65 

Benns, F- L. Europe since 1914. . . 92 

European hist, since 1870 220 

Benson, E. F. King Edward VII 82 

Life of Alcibiades 25 

Bentley, P. Freedom farewell 27 

Modem tragedy 89 

Rise of Henry Morcar 80 

Power and the glory 63 

Benz, F. E. Commodore Barry 145 

On to Sues! 82 

Talking round the earth 232 

Beppy Marlow of Charles Town 137 

Beraud, H. Twelve portraits of the 

French Revolution 74 

Bercovici, K. Alexander. 25 

Berger, J. Sub-chaser Jim 201 

Bergeron, P. H. Brother Andre 102 

Berlin Diary 95 

Bermann, R, A. Mahdi of Allah 79 

Bermuda 210 

Bermuda Calling , 206 

Bernard, W, S. American immigration 

policy 229 

Bernard Baruch 201 

Berrey, L. V. Treasury of Bible 

quotations 224 

Berry, R. A. Sextant and sails 161 

Berry, Erick, see Best, Mrs. A. C. 

Bertrand of Brittany 48 

Besant, W. For faith and freedom 63 

Besieged , 197 

Best, A. C. Harvest of the Hudson 134 

Honey of the Nile 17 

Hudson frontier. 184 

Winged girl of Knossos 22 

Best, H. Long portage 134 

Best, S. M. Egypt and her neighbors 20 

Beston, H. (The) SL Lawrence 112 



PAGE 

Betsy Ross Quaker rebel 153 

Betsy's Napoleon 71 

Better known as Johnny Appleseed . .. . 169 
Beukema, H. Contemporary foreign 

governments 220 

Bevin of Britain 100 

Beyond law 169 

Beyond the great wall 92 

Bible, Holy 224 

Bick, C. Bells of heaven 49 

Big book of real trucks 226 

Big Bridge 226 

Big business in a democracy 230 

Big sky 156 

Big-enough 186 

Bill, A. H. Clutch of the Corsica* 70 

Red prior's legacy 70 

Ring of danger . ... 49 

Billy Mitchell 199 

Bindloss, H. Prairie patrol 109 

Binns, A. Land is bright 164 

Laurels are cut down 194 

Yon rolling river 183 

Binyon, L. Akbar 61 

Birds of a feather 86 

Birney, H. Brothers of doom 115 

Birney, H. Grim journey 164 

Birth of Rome 28 

Birthday of a nation 153 

Bischoff, I. Painter's coach 154 

Bishop, C. H. Pancakes Paris 96 

Bishop, F. Altar of the legion 33 

Panama 128 

Story of the submarine 196 

Bishop, W. A. Winged warfare . .. . 194 

Bismarck 79 

Black, C. E. Twentieth century Europe 220 

Black arrow 59 

Black Daniel 171 

Black Douglas . 40 

Black eagle . . 47 

Black falcon 160 

Black fire 207 

Black fountains . .. . 209 

Black Friday 186 

Black majesty . . . 209 

Black Odyssey . . .... 232 

Black rain 104 

Black river captive ... ... 139 

Black rose 40 

Black sail . 13 

Black ships off Japan 176 

Black thunder 154 

Black tulip 65 

Blackbeard buccaneer 140 

Blackcock's feather ... 60 

Blackford, W, W. War years with 

Jeb Stuart ...... 181 

Blankfort, M. Brave and the blind 89 

Blackman, A. M. Luxor and its temples 21 
Blackmore, R. D. Loraa Doone ... . 63 

Black-out in Gretley 112 

Blackrobe 105 

Blackstock, J. Island on the beam 96 

Wings for Nikas 96 

Blackthorn .. .. 49 

BlackweH, A. S. Little grandmother 87 

Blake, G. Dona Isabella's adventures 50 

Blake, G. Shipbuilders 89 

Blaikie, J. Ancient Assyria , 21 

Ancient Crete 25 

Ancient Jerusalem 21 

Ancient Palestine 21 

Peeps at ancient Egypt 21 

Peeps at the men of the old stone age 15 

Blair, W. Tall tale America 227 

BlaisdeH, E. Falcon fly back 50 

Blanket of the dark 50 

Blazing the way West 102 

Bleackley, H. W. (The) Monster. 70 

Sleeker, S. Indians of the longhonse. 132 

Blennerhasset 15 

Blesh, R. Shining trumpets ~ 227 



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Blithe McBride 136 

Bliven, B. What the informed citizen 

needs to know 231 

Blockade . 179 

Blockade runner 179 

Blodget, B. H. Comparative economic 

systems 233 

Bloem, W. Iron year 75 

Blom, F. F. Conquest of Yucatan 117 

Blood brother 182 

Blood sweat and tears 100 

Bloom, M. Down the Ohio , 154 

Blow for a landing 197 

Blue book of non-theatrical films 223 

Blue book of the various states 231 

Blue dowry 142 

Blue heron's feather 138 

Blue jackets of 1918 194 

Blue-eyed god 117 

Blumner, H. Home life of the ancient 

Greeks 25 

Boas, B. P. Social backgrounds of 

American literature 227 

Bob Flame 198 

Bob North goes exploring Ill 

Bobbe, D. De Witt Clinton 161 

Mr. and Mrs. John Quincy Adams . 161 
Bock, G. E. What makes the wheels go 

'round 225 

Bodley, R. V. C. The Messenger 37 

Wind in the Sahara 92 

Boissier, G. Cicero and his friends 31 

Bok, E. W. Americanization of Edward 

Bok 192 

Bolitho, H. Albert the good - 79 

George VI 92 

Bolivar 121 

Bolivar countries 130 

Bolivar the Liberator 122 

Bolton, I. M. King's minstrel. 39 

Loyal foe 50 

Rebel's in bondage, 134 

Shadows of the crown 50 

Son of the land S9 

Tennessee outpost 145 

Young knight 39 

Bombero - 120 

Bombs bursting in air 93 

Bonaparte 75 

Bond, A. R. Inventions of the Great War 196 

Pick, shovel and pluck, 123 

Bond, B. W. Civilization of the old 

Northwest 161 

Bone, H. A. American politics and 

party system 231 

Boni, M. B. Fireside book of folk songs 218 

Bonin 208 

Bonner, M. G. Canada and her story 112 

Danger on the coast....- 109 

Bonnet, T. Mudlark 80 

Bonsai, S- When the French were here. .. 145 

Bontemps, A. Black thunder. 154 

Book about American hist, 232 

Book for Jennifer 64 

Book of Canada. 104 

Book of discoveries SB 

Book of fairs 218 

Book of festivals 220 

Book of King Arthur S8, 219 

Book of American Indian 1S2 

Book of the ancient Greeks 25 

Book of the ancient Romans - SI 

Book of the ancient worid,... -~ 22 

Book of the colonies, . 144 

Boot of the epic -. 218 

Boon* of tbe wiHerness ~ 148 

Boote and saddles -. 189 

Borah of Idaho _ , 200 

Harden, C. A. Oceania. ~ 209 

Borden, L. P. White hawthorn* - S9 

Bonier ~.. ....,...,-. 106 

Boeder lord ~,...~ & 

Born to actveatora 168 



PAGE 

Born to command 206 

Born to fight , 203 

Berth, C. Masters of mass production 204 

Boswell, H. French Canada 112 

Botany bay 207 

Botha, Smuts, and South Africa 83 

Bothwell, J. Thirteenth stone 89 

Bottome, P. London Pride. 96 

Boughs bend down 106 

Boundaries, possessions and conflicts in 

South America 129 

Bounty trilogy 208 

Bourne, P. Drums of destiny 206 

Bow bells 41 

Bowen, B. M. Jan's victory 96 

Bowen, C. D. John Adams and the 

American Revolution , 152 

Bowen, M. Kings-at-arms 63 

Bowers, C. G. Tragic era 189 

Young Jefferson 152 

Bowers, G. Adventure of Philippe 104 

Bowles, B. S. Hubert the happy S9 

Bowman, L New world 88 

Bowman, J. C. Pecos Bill 18S 

Boy at Gettysburg , 181 

Boy for the ages _ 164 

Boy from Nebraska 205 

Boy in blue 177 

Boy Jones 5 

Boy knight of Reims 56 

Boy life of Napoleon 71 

Boy of Babylon 18 

Boy of Ball 206 

Boy of Quebec _.. 10* 

Boy of the loet Crusade. 42 

Boy rides with Custer 185 

Boy who lived on London Bridge 54 

Boy with the parrot 125 

Boyce, B. Cloak of foDy ,... 50 

Boyce, W. D. U. S. colonies and 

dependencies , .,. 192 

Boyd, J. Drums 145 

H^yrffhigg on ~ 177 

Boyd, T. A. In time of peace 197 

Poor John Fitch 161 

Shadow of the long knives 134 

Boyle, M. E. Man before history 3.5 

Pre-historie man . 15 

Boys book of cowboys 189 

Boy's book of exploration 61 

Boy's chronicle of Mutaner - ... 42 

Boy's Genghis ^*^ , 48 

Boy's life of Alexander Hamilton .... 153 

Boy's life of Benjamin Franklin 15S 

Boy's life of Cotonel Lawrence 88 

Boy's life of Edison 193 

Boy's life of Fremont. 176 

Boy's life of Grow Ckweiaad, 189 

Boys* life of Herbert Hoover 199 

Boys' life of Kit Carson 176 

Boy's life of Lord Kitchener. . 88 

Boy's life of Lord Roberts 83 

Boys' life of Robert K Lee, 182 

Boys* life of tbe Wright brothers ~ 192 

Boys* life of Theodore RooseveH, 192 

Boys' life of Thomas Jefferson 162 

Boys Motley - 60 

Boys of Scrooby 137 

Boys of the boarder ~ 141 

Boys* own book of frontiersmen. , 161 

Boy's ride *& 

Bradford, < Confederate portraits 181 

Lee, the American, 181 

Union portraits,, 181 

Bradford, S. Battle for Buenos Aires 128 

Bradford, W. Hist* of Plymouth Cokmy 132 

Homes in the wSderaess 14$ 

Bradley, D. No place to bide 225 

Bragdon, L. J. Laud of Wiffiam TeB 9 

Bran the broffMe-smith. 14 

Brann, K Nicoiina, - 99 

Brave aa4 tfee Wind. 88 

Brave companions 28S 



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Brave men 205 

Brazil ... 129 

Brazil under Vargas 129 

Breaking: new ground . . .. 193 

Breaking the sod on the prairie 176 

Breasted, J. H. Dawn of conscience . . 21 
Breckenridge, G. Besieged . . 197 

Brenner, A. Wind that swept Mexico 128 
Brent-Dyer, E. M. Elizabeth the gallant 50 

Breslin, H. Tamarack tree 164 

Bret Harte's stories of the old West .. . 167 

Bride in the Solomons 207 

Bride of fortune 179 

Bridenbaugh, 0. Colonial craftsman 227 

Bridge, A. Frontier passage 89 

Bridge of San Luis Eey 121 

Bridge of water ISO 

Brief gaudy hour ... . 49 

Brief hist, of the Great War 196 

Brier, H. M. Sky freighter 109 

Brier, R. Boy in blue 177 

Brigham Young 176 

Brighouse, H. Hepplestall's 70 

Bright face of danger 142 

Bright to the wanderer 106 

Brill, B. C. Madeline takes command .. 104 

Rapahu's warning 183 

South from Hudson Bay 143 

White brother 104 

Brindze, R. Story of our calendar 221 

Brink, C. R. Caddie Woodlawn 177 

Lad with a whistle 75 

Brinton, C. Ideas and men 222 

Brinton, S. Jacobin 70 

British Commonwealth of Nations 113 

British Constitution 213 

British dominions beyond the sea 83 

British War Blue book 93 

Britt, A. Boys* own book of frontiersmen 161 

Brittain, M. Z. Arab-lands 233 

Britton, K. What makes it tick 225 

Broad and alien is the world 115 

Broch, T. Mountains wait . , 100 

Brockelmann, C. Hist, of the Islandic 

peoples 233 

Brodrick, A. H. North Africa 92 

Broken arc 98 

Broken dykes 51 

Broken root 89 

Broken soldier and the Maid of France 87 

Broken song 84 

Bronson, W. S. Stooping hawk and 

stranded whale 115 

Brooks too broad for leaping 186 

Broofcsbank, F. H. Legends of ancient 

Egypt 21 

Broster, D. X. Fight of the heron 64 

Gleam in the north 64 

Ships in the bay! 70 

Yellow poppy 75 

Brother Andre" 102 

Brother of the birds 42 

Brother Saul 27 

Brothers of doom 115 

Brothers of the frontier. 105 

Brown, G. W. Canada .""....." 112 

Brown, H. Me. Our Latin American 

neighbors 128 

Brown, H. P. Walk in the sun 201 

Brown, J. B. Fort HaH on the Oregon 

trail 174 

Brown, K. H. The Father. 164 

Brown, L. A, Story of maps 217 

Brown, M. Henry fisherman 206 

Brown, M. M. Swamp Fox 145 

Brown, R. J. American Emperor 121 

Brown, T. S. Treasury of religious plays 224 
Brown, W, Angry men laughing men,... 209 

Browne, I*. This believing world 224 

Brown-Olf, I*. Pius XI 82 

Brnere, M. S. B, Your forests 226 

Brann, G. demenceau... , 

Bryan, E. H. American Polynesia. 



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Bryan, F. H. Susan _B. Anthony 
Bryan ...... . ... 

Bryant, A. England of Charles II 
Samuel Pepys 
Baldw 



. 68 

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Stanley Baldwin .............. 93 

Years of victory ................. " m 74 



Bryce, J. Holy Roman Empire ... 47 
Buchan, J. Augustus ......... 31 

Blanket of the dark ........ ... 50 

Julius Caesar ....... . .. 31 

Lake of gold .......... . 104 

Oliver Cromwell ........ ... 61 

People's King .............. gg 

Buchanan, D. W. This is Canada , 112 
Buchanan, G. Entanglements ... 89 

Buck, A. M. Dermot of the bright 

weapons . ..... . 13 

My Saint Patrick ... .33 

Buck, E. H. Powder keg . . 134 

Buck, P. God's men ........... . 80 

Buck, P. H. Road to reunion ... . 189 

Buck, P. S. Young revolutionist . . 89 

Buckeye boy ......... . 171 

Buel, R. L. New governments in Europe 220 



Buffalo Barty 

Buffalo gold ....................... 

Bugles at midnight .................... 

Bugles blow no more ................ 

Bugles in the afternoon ......... 

Builders of Latin America ........ 

Builders of the old world ............ 

Building of the Canadian West . 

Bulfinch, T. Legends of Charlemagne .. 

Mythology ......... .'. ................ 

Bullwhacker ..... .............. . ........ 

Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. Harold ....... 

Last days of Pompeii .......... 

Rienzi ................... 

Bunce, W. H. Chula son of the mound 

builders .... ...... 

Bunce, W. H. Dragon prows westward 
Bunce, W. H. Horned snake medicine 
Bunn, H. Story of democracy ...... 

Burbank, A. Cedar deer ....... . 



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Burgan, J. Long discovery ...... 197 

Burglon, N. Shark hole ........... 206 

Buried cities ........... . . 31 

Burk, C. America's musical heritage . .. 227 
Burlingame, C. Lord of London . . 39 
Burlingame, R. Inventors behind the 

inventor ..... ... ............................. 225 

Burma road ........................ 100 

Burman, B. L. Blow for a landing ..... 197 

Rooster crows the day ................ 96 

Steamboat round the bend ................... 164 

Burn, A. R. Pericles and Athens ........... 25 

Burney, H. Eagle in the sun .................. 119 

Burnished blade ................................... 68 

Burpee, L, JT. Discovery of Canada ........ 103 

Burr, H. M. Around the fire ................... 13 

Burro tamer ......... .................. 125 

Burt, K. N. Close pursuit ............... 145 

Burtis, T. Russ Farrell, airman ............ 194 

Burton, J. Garibaldi .................................. 79 

Burton, K- Paradise planters ............... 174 

Busoni, R. Stanley's Africa ....................... 82 

Mexico and the Inca lands ......... 117 

Bush, M. G. How we conquered distance 232 
Bush, V. Modern arms and free men ... 225 
Business life in ancient Athens ............. 25 

Butler, W. F. Charles George Gordon ..... 79 

By his own might. ...................................... 85 

By secret railway ........................................... 170 

By sun and stars ...................... ........... , ........ 98 

By valour of arms ................................ y 181 

By wagon and flatboat ............................... * 158 

Byrne, D. Brother Saul ............................... 27 

Crusade .................................................. 39 

Field of honor. ....................................... 70 

Messer Marco Polo ................................ 89 

Byrne, M. St. C. Elizabethan life in 

town and country .................................... 61 

Byzantine Empire .......................................... 48 



Caballeros 119 

Cabin at the trail's end 167 

Cabins in the laurel . 188 

Cable, B. Grapes of wrath 84 

Cable, G. W. Cavalier 177 

Caddie Woodlawn 177 

Cadillac . . 108 

Caesar in Abyssinia g5 

Cesaresco, B. M. Cavour 79 

Caesar's mantle 31 

Caissons roll 92 

Calder-MarshaU, A, Way to Santiago .. 123 
Caldwell, T. Arm and the darkness . . 50 
Earth is the Lord's . 39 

CaEhoun, G. M. Business life of ancient 

Athens 25 

Calico bush . . . . . 136 

California gold rush . 175 

Call it courage 208 

Callcott, F. When Spain was young . 33 

Callcott, W. H. Santa Anna 121 

Calthrop, D. C. I will be good ! . . . 79 
Camel for a throne . .19 

Cameron, A. House of Trujillo .. . 123 
Cameron, W. B. War trail of Big Bear 104 

Campbell, C. Star mountain 115 

Campbell, G. Higher hill 104 

My mystery ships 88 

Thorn-apple tree 104 

Campbell, G. A. Crusades 47 

Campbell, G. McL. Fresh wind blowing 109 

Campbell, H. R. Piper's lad 64 

Canada (Brown) 112 

Canada (Campbell) 112 

Canada (Macdonald) 109 

Canada (Mclnnis) . 113 

Canada and her great neighbor .. . . 112 

Canada and her story 112 

Canada and the American revolution . . 109 
Canada and the western hemisphere. . 113 

Canada and world politics 112 

Canada at the crossroads 108 

Canada Cavalcade ... , 113 

Canada in war-paint .. 109 

Canadian commercial revolution 109 

Canadian Federation 114 

Canadian heroes of pioneer days 103 

Canadian heroines of pioneer days ... 103 

Canadian mosaic 113 

Canadian Pacific railway 114 

Canadian problems 112 

Canadian ways 113 

Canadians .-- - 114 

Canal town 163 

Candle days 158, 228 

Candle in the sun 127 

CanfieM 0. F. Home fires in France . .. . 194 

Canfield, F. Refugee family 84 

Cannon, C. J. Fight for the pueblo 115 

Heirs ISO 

Lazaro in the pueblos 115 

Pueblo boy 131 

Pueblo girl 181 

Cant G. Great Pacific victory 204 

CantweE, R. Land of plenty..- 197 

Cape Horn snorter. , 155 

Capital 234 

Capitan 191 

Capitaine ~.. 91 

Capriana, K Nimble-legs 76 

Captain Caution 159 

Captain from Castile 117 

Captain Grant 172 

Captain John Smith 1S8 

Captain of the Andes 122 

Captain Paul l& 

Captain Sam Grant 175 

Captain Tripp ., 72 

Captains in conflict 191 

Caravans to Santa Fe ... 120 

Caribbean (Areraicsas} 128. 



Caribbean (Roberts) 211 

Caribbean area ISO 

Caribbean caravel , 208 

Caribbean danger zone .., 211 

Caribbean lands 209 

Carksadon, T. R. Measure of a nation ... 233 
Carlisle, N. Modern wonderbook of ships 232 

Modern wonderbook of trains and 

railroading 232 

Carlisle, N. V. Marines in review . , . 204 

Carlotta 119 

Carlton, M. M. Story of the Declaration 

of Independence ~ .. 162 

Carmen of the rancho 121 

Carraer, C. For the rights of men .... 222 
Carpenter, F. Caribbean lands 209 

The Pacific 209 

Carr, K. C. South American primer . .. 117 
Carr, M. J. Children of the covered 

wagon ~ 164 

Young Mac of Fort Vancouver 105 

Carrie Nation 192 

Carrier war . 204 

Carroll, G. Hist, in the writing 216 

Carroll, M* T. Keep my flag flying .. . ,. 164 

Man who could not wait 161 

Man who dared to care 134 

Carson, J. M. EL Son of thunder 145 

Cart of many colors 85 

Carter, G. F. When railroads were new 174 
Carter, H. Tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amen ... 21 
Carter, R. G. Brothers of the frontier.... 105 

King's spurs 39 

Carry on 84 

Carus, H. Metten of Tyre - 17 

Gary, M. Ancient explorers 87 

Case, J. Y. Written in sand 164 

Casselman, P. H. Labor dictionary . . 286 

Castaway island ~ 287 

Castle of the Hawk 40 

Catch a falling star.- - 14& 

Gather, K, D. Castle of the Hawk 40 

Gather, W. S. Death comes for the 

Archbishop 154 

Shadows on the rock- - 102 

Catherine . & 

Catherine of Aragon 61 

Catherwood, M. H. Old Knafcnkkm 185 

Story of Tonty 1 

Caudffl, R. Tree of freedom 145 

Caulaincourt, A. A. L. With Napoleon 

in Russia 74 

Causes and meanings of the Great War. 196 

Cavalcade of America .. 227 

CavaKer - OT 

Cavalier of Tennessee, ., .- ,..., 158 

Cave, mound and lake dweBers . 15 

Caverns of Sunset - 119 

Cavour ~~ Jf 

Cedar deer 128 

Cedric, the forester -.... 44 

Cendrars, B. Setter's gold - 174 

Central America and the Spanish Main 118 

Central America roundabout 1*8 

Century of political cartoons -., 217 

Cerf, B. A. 30 famous one-act plays 218 

Certain rich man .~ -.... 192 

Cervantes, S-M.de. Don Quixote. 6 

Challenge of Rnasia 

ChalSs, G. Golden knight, . 48 

Chambers, M. C. Iferee kings 96 

Champlain . 1* 

Cb&ndos, D. House in the SOB, ~. - 123 

VfllaKe in the son 128 

Change and crisis In European govern- 

znent ,,,....,...,.,........... .. ~>, ,..*.. ................... 220 

Changing winds. -. - 86 

Chattier, J. His messengers went forth 224 
Chapin. H. Adventures of Johnny 

Appleaeed ., 166 

Chapman, A- Pony express .. Ifi5 

Chapman, G. E. Colonial Hispanic 



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Republic Hispanic America 128 

Chapman, H. J, Lords of Arcadia .. . 105 
Chapman' J. J. William Lloyd Garrison 174 

Chapman, M, Rogue's march 145 

Characters of the Reformation 61 

Charlemagne and his knights j>J> 

Charles George Gordon 79 

Charles tfie First 6 f 

Charles XII * 

Charming Sally - .. 159 

Charnley, M. V. Boys' life of Herbert 

Hoover 1** 

Boys' life of the Wright brothers ... 192 

Jean Lafitte 121 

Charnwood, G. R. B. Abraham Lincoln . 181 

Chase, A. Five arrows 123 

Chase, S. Men and machines 199 

Rich land, poor land 199 

Study of two Americas 128 

Tragedy of waste 199 

Chateau of the Swan 72 

Chatterton, E. K. Daring deeds of sea 

rovers 221 

Chen, S Sun Yat-sen 93 

Cherokee strip 193 

Chester, G. R. Get-rich-quick Walling- 

ford 190 

Chestry oak 99 

Chevigny, H, Lord of Alaska 79 

Gheyney, E. P. Dawn of a new era 47 

Readings in English hist 213 

Chiang Kai-shek, All we are and all we 

have 100 

Chiangs of China 100 

Chidsey, A. L. Odysseus, sage of Greece 25 

Romulus, builder of Rome 27 

Chidsey, D. B, Panama passage 190 

Chiera, E. They wrote in clay 21 

Chflde, V. G. New light on the most 

ancient East 21 

Childhood of the world 15 

Child-life in Colonial days 143 

Children of ancient Britain 38 

Children of ancient Gaul 28 

Children of God 166 

ChUdren of North Africa 91 

Children of South Africa 91 

Children of the cave 14 

Children of the Covenant 101 

Children of the covered wagon 164 

Children of the sun 121 

Childs, H. L. Nazi primer 93 

Chflds, M. W. Sweden, the middle way.... 93 

Child's story of the world 235 

China, country of contrasts 95 

Chinard, G. Honest John Adams 152 

China's first lady 95 

Chinese are like that 93 

Chippinge borough 78 

Chivalry 47 

Choate, F. Crimson shawl 105 

Five gold sovereigns 145 

Chowen, A. B. Living wild 183 

Ghrisman, A. B. Wind that wouldn't 

blow 17 

Christopher Columbus (Houben) 133 

Christopher Columbus (Potter) 133 

Chronicles of America Series 231 

Chula son of the mound builders 132 

Church, A. J. Stories from the Greek 

tragedians 218 

ChurchiH, W. Crossing 154 

Rachard Carvel 145 

Churchill, W. S. Blood, sweat and tears 100 

Unrelenting struggle 100 

Chute, H. Geoffrey Chaucer of England 47 

Innocent wayfaring 40 

Cicero 31 

Cicero and his friends 31 

fffiprmTmyi ,.,.. f ....... 184 

Cimbrians ...- 28 

Circle of the braves 132 

Circuit of Conquest. 211 



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Citadel of a hundred stairways .. 126 

Cities of America "* 05 

Cities of refuge " 90 

Citizen Toussaint * 11 

City of the seven hills 31 

Civilization during the Middle Ages .... 46 

Civilizaton in transition 75 

Civilization of the ancient Egyptians . .. 21 

Civilization of the old Northwest 161 

Clansman 134 

Claremont, F. Catherine of Aragon . ] 61 
Clark, D. E. West in American hist. . . . 174 

Clark, E. T. Chiangs of China 100 

Clark, G. Place in the sun 79 

Clark, G. G. Thomas A. Edison 189 

Clark, I. Old days and old ways 143 

Clark, S. All the best in Central America 128 

Clark, T. B. Hawaii the 49th state 204 

Clark, W. B. Gallant John Barry 161 

When the U-boats came to America 196 

Clark, W. H. Railroads and rivers 174 

Classical myths that live today 26, 219 

Clay, C. Young voyageurs 105 

Clay, O. Treasure finders 132 

Claymore, T, Flare path 100 

Clayton, J. Luther and his work 61 

Saint Anselm 47 

Clear for action 150 

Clearing in the West m 

Cleaves, F. Old Tippecanoe 161 

Clemenceau 88 

Clemens, S. L. Connecticut Yankee in 

King Arthur's court 33 

Life on the Mississippi 174 

Personal recollections of Joan of Arc 50 

Prince and the pauper 40 

Clifford, H. C. In the days that are dead 80 
Clifton, V. M. Islands of Queen 

Wilhelmina 209 

Clinton, D. J. Gomez 128 

Clive of Plassey 69 

Cloak of folly 50 

Clodd, E. Childhood of the world 15 

Cloete, S. Against these three 93 

Turning wheels 76 

Watch for the dawn 80 

Cloister and the hearth 58 

Close pursuit 145 

Cloud cuckoo land 23 

Clouded star 171 

Clugston, K. Wilderness road 155 

Clum, W. Apache agent 183 

Clune, F. Isles of spice 209 

Clutch of the Corsican 70 

Coat for a soldier 151 

Coat of many colors 18 

Coate, M. Social life in Stuart England 69 
Coatsworth, E. J. Boy with the parrot..,. 123 

Door to the north 102 

First adventure 135 

Golden, horseshoe 135 

Here I stay 145 

Sword of the wilderness 105 

White horse 70 

Cobb, I. S. Paths of glory 194 

Coblentz, C. C. Beggars 4 penny 51 

Bells of Leyden sing 51 

Falcon of Eric, the Red 181 

Cocades 77 

Codfish musket 156 

Cody, H. A. Fighting-slogan 109 

King's arrow 105 

Cody, W. F. Autobiography of Buffalo 

Bill . .. 189 

Coe, D. Marconi 225 

Road to Alaska 204 

Coburn, W. Barbed wire 183 

Colby, C. W. Selections from the sources 

of English hist. 218 

Colby, M. Puerto Rico. 2J09 

Cold journey !* 

Cole, A. C. Irrepressible conflict 174 

Ode, F. C. Peoples of Malaysia, ~. 209 < 



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Goleman, J. S. Sea and its mysteries ., 221 
Collier, V. Roland the warrior . . .34 
Collier, W. R. Reign of Soapy Smith . 192 
Collingwood, R. G. Roman Britain 37 

Collison-Moreley, L. Story of the Sforzas 61 
Coleman, E. Portugal, wharf of Europe 100 
Colonial background of the American 

Revolution . 142 

Colonial craftsman 227 

Colonial Hispanic America . ... 118 

Colonization of Canada 103 

Colony, H. Free forest 135 

Colum, P. Adventures of Odysseus . 25 

Legend of Saint Columba ,. . 37 

Voyagers 51 

Columbia Dictionary of modern 

European literature . 218 

Columbus sails ... . 133 

Colver, A. Listen for the voices 165 

Mr. Lincoln's wife 177 

Come and get it 166 

Comfort, M. H. Winter on the Johnny 

Smoker 183 

Peter and Nancy in South America 123 

Comfort, W. L. Apache 165 

Red fleece 84 

Comfort, W. W. "William Penn 143 

Coming of the white man 133 

Coming struggle for Latin America . 128 
Commager, H. S. Documents of American 

hist. 214 

Story of the second World War 216 

Commander of the mist 67 

Commercial atlas 217 

Commodore Barry 145 

Communicating ideas 223 

Company of adventures 108 

Comparative economic systems 233 

Complete opera book 219 

Composers in America 228 

Comrades of the Clouds 195 

Comstock, S. Roads to the Revolution. . 152 

Conestoga wagon 233 

Confederate portraits...- 181 

Conger, E. M. Ships of the fleet 204 

Congress of Vienna 79 

Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's 

court S3 

Conway, A. Enchanted islands 210 

Conquered 28 

Conqueror (Atherton) 144 

Conqueror (Smith) 117 

Conqueror of the seas 63 

Conquerors of the river 188 

Conquest of Granada 2 

Conquest of Mexico 118 

Conquest of Hontezuma's empire, 118 

Conquest of New France 109 

Conquest of our western empire 175 

Conquest of Yucatan 117 

Conquests of invention 19S 

Conquistador - 115 

Conrad, J. Nostrome 124 

Conservation in the TJ. S. 200 

Conservation of natural resources 227 

Conservation reader 192 

Constantxn-Weyer, M. French adventurer 135 

Half-breed 110 

Constitution and the men who made H*... 153 

Constitution of Canada 118 

Constitution of ifce U. S. 158 

Constitutional issues in Canada 113 

Contemporary America since 1900 . .. 281 
Contemporary foreign governments . .. 220 
Controlling factors in economic develop- 
ment 230 

Cook, D, Educational ftTm guide 22S 

Coottoge, A. C. Origins of the Triple 

AlHance 82 

U. S. as a world power 196 

CooBdge, a Autobiography.., 198 

CooUdge, D. Arizona cowboys - 183 

Long rope - - 183 



Texas cowboys 

Coolidge, O. Greek myths 

Cooper, C. R. Last frontier ... . 

Oklahoma 

Cooper, J. F. Last of the Mohicans 

(The) Spy 



PACK 

.. 189 
.. 217 
. 184 
... 184 
, 135 
146 

Corbet, P. E." Canada and world politics 112 
Settlement of Canadian-American 

disputes 112 

Corcoran, C. Blackrobe 105 

Corle, E. Royal highway 143 

Cormack, M, Land for my sons 146 

Last clash of the Claymores 64 

Recruit for Abe Lincoln 177 

Road to down under . ... 76 

Underground retreat 96 

Corn king and spring queen 23 

Cornelia Chantrell 179 

Cornish, F. W. Chivalry 47 

Coronado and Quivira 118 

Coronado's children . . . . 116 

Correa da Costa, S. Every inch a king..,. 121 

Corsi, E. In the shadow of liberty 192 

Cortez and the conquest of Mexico 118 

Corti, E. C. Rise of the house of Roths- 
child 74 

Cory, H. Jesse James was my neighbor 184 

Coryefl, H. V. Indian brother 1S5 

Klondike gold. ,... 190 

Scalp hunters ... 1S5 

Coryn, M. Black eagle. * ... .' 47 

Cosmopolitan World atlas 217 

Cossacks . . . ... 93 

Costain, T. B. Black rose 40 

For my great foBy ~ 51 

Moneyman . . 51 

Cotes, S. J. D. Story of Sonny Sahib 76 

Cottier, J. Man with wings 61 

Coulter, J, G. Old France. 37 

Coulter, J. W. Fiji 210 

Council on foreign relations. Political 

handbook of the world 2S3 

Count BeLIsarius 28 

Count Frontenac and New France., . . 103 

Counterfeit African 33 

Courage over the Andes . 120 

Courageous companions 131 

Courageous heart ~ 175 

Courlander. H. Kantch3*s lime pit. 206 

Courts of the lion .... 77 

Covered wagon . 168 

Coward of Thermopylae 24 

Cowles, J. D. Our little Athenian cousin 22 

Our little Macedonian cousin 23 

Our little Roman cousin 27 

Our little Saxon cousin 34 

Crabb, A. L. Home to the Hermitage ... 155 

Lodging at the Saint Clood 177 

Mockingbird sang at Chickszaatiga .. 177 
Cradle of our nation Philadelphia . . .. 229 

Cradle of the storms 216 

Craik, D. M. John Halifax, geniiemaa 64 

Craine, E. J. Conquistador 115 

Victors - 115 

Crane, S. Red badge of courage 178 

Craven, T. Treasury of art masterpieces 218 
Crawford, F. M. In the palace of the 

King ~ 51 

Crawford, M, Little princesses 1 

Crawford, P. "HeBo, the boat" 15S 

Second shift ~ 2*1 

Crazy horae 178 

Creighton, D. G. Borainxra of the north 112 
Crespi, P. Mystery of the Mayan jewels 124 

Wings aver Central America. 128 

Cresses, W. P. Diplomatic portraits 79 

Grew, H. C, Lost king 28 

Shawl with silver befls 51 

Srnsring seeuaen 27 

Trojaa boy 23 

Under two eagles 88 

Crimson jester.- .... 12 

Crimson shawl ,* ,.* 166 



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Crippled splendor 66 

Crispin, F. S. Dictionary of technical 

terms 225 

Criss, M. Dom Pedro of Brazil 121 

Isabella, young queen of Spain ... 61 

Jefferson's daughter 146 

Mary Stuart 61 

Pocahontas 135 

Cristina of old New York 135 

Critics and crusaders 222 

Croatan 131 

Crockett, L. H. Capitan m 

That Mario 206 

Cromwell (Belloc) 61 

Cross of gold 183 

Cross of peace 90 

Crossing 154 

Crouchbaek 58 

Crow, C. Chinese are like that 93 

Master Kung 38 

Crow, J. A. Epic of Latin America .. 128 

CroweH, P. First horseman 13 

Crown for Carlotta. . 120 

Crownfield, G. Alison Blair 185 

Cristina of old New York 185 

Diantha's signet ring 135 

Strong hearts and bold 136 

Crucibles 226 

Cruise of the Breadwinner 96 

Cruise of the Jeannette 189 

Cruise of the raider "Wolf' 87 

Crum, B. C. Behind the silken curtain .. 100 
Crump, G. C. Legacy of the Middle Ages 47 

Crump, I. Boys' book of cowboys 189 

Og son of fire 13 

Crusade (Byrne) 39 

Crusades (Archer) 47 

Crusades (Campbell) 47 

Crusades (Lamb) 48 

Cruse. A. Young folk's book of myths ... 218 

Cry of Dolores 120 

Cry of the thunderbird 174 

Cuba 210 

Cuba Libre 191 

Cunningham, A. S. Everything you want 

to know about the Presidents. 231 

Current Biography 223 

Curwood, J. O. Plains of Abraham.. . 105 
Cushman, JR. E. Leading constitutional 

decisions 214 

Custer, E. B. Boots and saddles 189 

Cutlass empire 207 

Cutright 129 

Cutts, E. L. Scenes and characters of 

the Middle Ages 47 

Cyclopedia of practical quotations 

(Hoyt) 219 



Daily life in Tudor times 62 

Dakar 94 

Dakes, B. K. Parcel of rogues .".". 61 

Dalgliesh, A. America begins 182 

Book for Jennifer 64 

They live in South America 129 

Daly, B. W. Soldier of the sea 71 

Danger on the coast 109 

Daniel, H. Broken dykes 51 

Head wind 186 

In favor of the king 61 

Islands of the East Indies 210 

Islands of the Pacific 210 

Red rose of Dunmore 52 

Shadow of the sword 52 

Shuttle and sword 40 

Daniel Boone (White) 162 

Daniel Boone, boy hunter 144 

Daniel Boone, pioneer 162 

Daniels, J. Man of Independence. 204 

Southerner discovers the South 199 

Danny and Prue. 112 



PAGE 

Darby, A. C. Keturah came 'round the 

Horn 165 

Sometimes Jenny Wren 155 

Yonder the Golden Gate 165 

Daring deeds of sea rovers 221 

Daringer, H. F. Debbie of the green gate 52 

Mary Montgomery, rebel 173 

Pilgrim Kate 52 

Dark frigate 65 

Dark sails 140 

Darling, E. Navarre of the North 84 

Darrow, J. Nathan Hale 152 

Daudet, A. Monday tales 76 

Pope's mule 40 

Daugherty, H. J. Abraham Lincoln 181 

Poor Richard 146 

Daugherty, S. All things new 197 

Broken song 84 

Way of an eagle 152 

Wings of glory 17 

Daughter of the Mountains 98 

Daughter of the Seine 74 

Dauntless liberator 122 

David Farragut 179 

David Livingstone (Eaton) 83 

David Livingstone (Finger) 79 

Davidman, J. War poems of the United 

nations 218 

Davidson, P. E. Source textbook in 

American hist. 214 

Davie, M. B. World immigration 233 

Davies, A. M. Clive of Plassey 69 

Davies, R. Time to laugh 90 

Davis, B. E. Scotchtown tale 155 

Davis, C. B. Nebraska coast . 165 

Davis, E. A. Legends from the valley of 

Mexico 118 

Davis, F. How war came 199 

Davis, J. No other white men.. 161 

Peter Hale 186 

Davis, J. F. Road to San Jacinto . ... . 165 

Davis, EL S. Soldier of democracy 204 

Davis. M. L. We are Alaskans 192 

Davis, R. Pepperfoot of Thursday market 90 

That girl of Pierre's 97 

Davis, R. H. Canada Cavalcade 113 

Hudson Bay express 110 

Young Winston Churchill 93 

Soldiers of fortune 124 

Davis, R. J. Boys* life of Grover Cleve- 
land 189 

Davis, W. S. Beauty of the purple 84 

Belshazzar 17 

Day in old Athens 25 

Day in old Rome 81 

Friar of Wittenberg 52 

Friend of Caesar 27 

Oilman of Bedford 186 

God wills it 40 

Life in Elizabethan days 61 

Life on a Medieval barony 47 

Readings in ancient hist. Book 1 213 

Readings in ancient hist. Book IE.. . 213 

Roots of the war 88 

Victor of Salamis 28 

Whirlwind 71 

White Queen 40 

Davison, H. P. Amer. Red Cross in the 

Great War 196 

Davy Crockett 176 

Davy Farragut 182 

Davy Jones's locker. 166 

Dawn boy of the pueblos 117 

Dawn of a new era 47 

Dawn of conscience 21 

Dawn over zero 205 

Dawn's early light 151 

Dawson, C. Carry on 84 

Dawson, R. M. Constitutional issues 

in Canada 118 

Democratic Government in Canada... 118 

Dawson, W. J. War eagle, 84 

Day before. 



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Day in a Colonial home 143 

Day in old Athens 25 

Day in old Rome 81 

Day of battle 67 

Day of immense sun 117 

Days and nights 99 

Days before hist. . ... .... 13 

Days of Alcibiades 24 

Days of Ofelia 124 

Deadwood gold 176 

Dean, G. M. Wings over the desert . 201 

Dean, L. W. Green mountain boy 146 

Guns over Champlain . . . 155 

Knight of the Revolution . .. 146 

Old Wolf .. 152 

Dean, V. M. Europe and the U. S 220 

De Angeli, M. L. Door in the waB 40 

Death comes for the Archbishop . 164 

Death in the desert 121 

Debby Barnes, trader . . 141 

Debbie of the green gate 52 

Decatur, D. D. Two young Americans 

in Mexico 124 

Decatur 161 

Decatur of the old navy 162 

Declaration of Independence 152 

Deep forest 126 

Deeper the heritage . 106 

Deeping, W. Man on the white horse 34 

Defender of democracy . 94 

Defending America 200 

Defense of the castle 36 

Defoe, D. Life and adventures of 

Robinson Crusoe 206 

Degenhard, W. Regulators 146 

De Joinvflle, V. Memoirs of the Crusades 47 

DeKalb, E. Far enough 76 

Dekker, M. Beggar's revolt 52 

De Kruif, P. Seven iron men 189 

De La Rhue, T. Spanish trails 119 

De la Roche, M. Quebec, historic seaport ID'S 

Delayen, G. Cicero 31 

Delecta Ann 169 

DeLeeuw, C. Dutch East Indies and 

the Philippines 210 

Java jungle tales 206 

Democratic government in Canada 113 

Democracy in the making 174 

Denison, B. W. Alaska today 204 

Dennison, M. Advancing America 174 

Derleth, A. W. Restless is the river 165 

Wind over Wisconsin 165 

Dermenghen, E. Life of Mohamet 38 

Dermot of the bright weapons 13 

De Ronde, P, Paraguay 121 

Deserts on the "march 201 

De Seversky, A. P, Victory through air 

power 199 

De Shields, J. T. TaH men with long 

rifies 166 

Desmond, A, C. For cross and country.,.. 115 

Glamorous Dolly Madison, 156 

Jorge's journey 124 

Martha Washington 152 

DeSoto and the Conquistadores 118 

Deutsch, B. (The) Welcome. 201 

DevSerk ...... 93 

Development of Japan 94 

De Witt Clinton -.. 161 

DeWohl, L. Imperial renegade 27 

Quiet light 40 

Diamant, G. Days of Ofelia 124 

Diantha's signet ring 135 

Diaz, L. A. Enriqufta 124 

Dibble, R. F. Mohammed ...... 38 

Dick, E. Sod-house frontier 189 

Dick, L Wild orchard 76 

Dickens, C. Barnaby Rudge 64 

Hard times ~ 76 

Tale of two cities 71 

Dickinson, G. I*. Greek view of life. 25 

Dictators and democrats. 93 

Dictionary of egomoiy*^*' ............_..... 224 



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Dictionary of "tgch*3il terms ................ 225 

Dietz, D. Story of science .............. 225 

Dietz, F. C. Industrial revolution, ......... 74 

Digging in the Southwest .............. 118 

Digging in Yucatan ................ 118 

Dike, H. Stories from the great Metro- 

politan operas ..... .......... 218 

Dilts, M. M. Telephone in a changing 

world ....................... ... . .......... 232 

Dinwoodie, H. Storms on the Labrador 110 
Diplomat in carpet slippers ......... 182 

Diplomatic background of the war ..... 83 

Diplomatic hist, of the American people 199 
Diplomatic portraits ................. ... .. ....... 79 

Discovering design ........................ 218 

Discovery of Canada. ............................. HJ3 

Disraeli .............................................. 79 

Disraeli and Gladstone .................... 79 

Ditmars, R. L. Forest of adventure .. . 124 
Divine, A, D. Tunnel from <"^*Hfa ..... 97 

Divine, D. King of Fasaarai ..... ............ 206 

Dix, B. M. Blithe McBride ......... .......... 136 

Hugh Gwyeth. ............................ ______ 64 

Little captive lad ......................... 64 

Merrylips ... ..64 

Soldier Rigdale. .. ........................ 136 

Dixon, T. Clansman ...................... . 184 

Man in grey .................... ~ ........ 178 

Dizzy ............................... ....... 78 

Dobie, J. F. Coronado's children ..... 116 

Documentary source book of American 
hist. .................... ............ .. .- 215 

Documents and readings in the hist, of 

Europe since 1918 ............ _ ............ 213 

Documents of American hist. ........ 214 

Documents on American foreign relations 215 
Dorfman, J. Economic mind in Ameri- 
can civilization . ___ ..................... . ...... 228 

Dog at his heels ..... ........... ................... 124 

Dog of war ...................... . ................. ,. ... 202 

Dog-puncher of the Yukon ..... .. .. , ------- 198 

DoHy Madison .. _ ............. ........ -.. . ..... 161 

Dom Pedro .............................................. 122 

TVtrn Pedro of Brazil. .......... .............. ....... 121 

Dominion of th^ north ......... , ....... . ....... 112 

Don Quixote...... ................... ., . ............ 50 

Dona Isabella's adventures ................ 50 

Donauer, F. Long defense .......... -52 

Swords against Carthage. ........ 27 

Doneghy, D. Border .............. 166 

Doone, R. Red beards of YeBow River. . 90 
Door m the wall .~ ........... . ..................... 40 

Door to the north . ----------- ........... .. 192 

Doorway in Antigua .................... 129 

Doubloons .................................... -. ........... 192 

Douglas, D. Black Douglas, ......... . .......... 48 

Douglas, L. C. The Robe. ........ _ -------------- 27 

Dowdey, C. Bugles blow no more ......... 178 

Gamble's hundred . .... ......... ................. 136 

Tidewater ............... - ............................ 178 

Down Ryton water .................... . ................. .. 137 

Down the big river..... .................................. 167 

Down the Ohio ...................................... 1S4 

Down the Ohio with <3ark ...... . ......... 189 

Downer, M. Discovering design ..... ...... 218 

Downes, H. S. Fffippo the Jongleur. ..... .... 41 

Downey, F. A. Portrait of an era ........... 192 

Downey, F. D. Army mute, ........................ 184 

Dog of war. ......................................... 288 

Jesebel tfce Jeep ............... ...., ........... 282 

War horse ........................ ........ -.. 85 

Downing, J. H. Hope of living .............. 184 

Doyle, A. a Micah dark* ------- .............. 64 

_ Refugees .............. . ............................... 65 

White company...- ....................... ----- 41 

Dr. George Washington Carver ........... 139 

Drago, H. S. Stagecoach kingdom ........... ITS 

Dragon prows westward- ............ , .......... 182 

Dragouet, B. pseud. see Williamson, T, R. 
Dragon-flies .......... - ..................... ............. 86 



's lad. ............ ~ 

Drake's quest........ 



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Bream of Philip H 62 

Dred 173 

Drepperd, C. W. Pioneer America 143 

Driggs, H. R. Pony express goes through 166 
Driggs, H. R. Bise of the Lone Star ... 174 
Driggs, L, L. Adventures of Arnold 

Adair 194 

Drina 76 

Driscoll, C. B. Doubloons 102 

Drugs you use 226 

Druker, P. P. New society 230 

Drummer boy of Burma 82 

Drums 145 

Drums along the Mohawk 146 

Drums beat in old Carolina 141 

Drums in the dawn 149 

Drums in the forest 105 

Drums of Dambala 206 

Drums of destiny 206 

Drums of Monmouth 141 

Drums of morning 173 

Duffus, R. L. Santa Fe trail 232 

Duggan, L. The Americas 129 

Duggan, S. Latin America 129 

Duke 79 

Dulles, F. R. Eastward ho ! 65 

Labor in America 230 

Dumas, A. Black tulip 65 

Three Musketeers 52 

Dunbar, A. Light bearers 25 

Dunbar, R. Swallow 85 

Dunbar, S. Hist, of travel in America.. . 232 

Duncan, D. Serpent's egg 202 

Dunham, A. Political unrest in Canada.... 108 

Dunlap, M. Stories of the Vikings 34 

Dunlap, O. E. Radar 225 

Dunn, H, H. Crimson jester 129 

. Dunner, J. Republic of Israel 100 

Dunsing, D. Swamp shadows 166 

Durandal 43 

Durant, W. J. Story of civilization 21 

Story of civilization Greece 25 

Story of philosophy 223 

Duranty, W. I write as I please. 93 

U.S.S.R. 100 

Dust of Mexico 126 

Dust on my heart 125 

Dust on the King's highway 162 

Dutch East Indies and the Philippines.. . 210 
DuVal, M. P. And the mountains will 

move 192 

Duvoisin, R. A. Four corners of the 

wor ld 116 

They put out to sea 61 

Dwight, A. Drums in the forest 105 

Kentucky cargo 155 

Linn Dickson, Confederate 178 

Dyer, W. A. Ben, the battle horse 195 

Sprigs of hemlock 146 

Dynamite cargo. 202 



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Each bright river 170 

Eagle in the sun 119 

Eagle of Guatemala 120 

Eagle of the Sea 156 

Eagles fly West 163 

Eagle's quest. 66 

Eagles roar! 100 

Eamon d Valera 94 

Earte, A. M. Child life in Colonial days 143 

Home life in Colonial days 143 

Stagecoach and tavern days 152 

Earle, E. M. Federalist 152 

Early American inns and taverns 233 

Early candlelight 106 

Early days in Canada, 103 

Early days in Ohio 155 

Early economic effects of the war upon 

Canada. 114 

Early man in the new world. 16 



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Early tales of the Atomic age 226 

Earth beneath 77 

Earth is the Lord's .' 39 

Earth never tires igg 

Earth's grandest rivers .. 221 

East of southwest 207 

East of the giants 173 

Eastman, F. One-act plays of spiritual 

power 224 

Eastward ho! 65 

Eastward sweeps the current 207 

Eaton, E. In what torn ship . . . 206 

Restless are the sails 13$ 

Eaton, E. S. M. Sea is so wide 105 

Eaton, J. Betsy's Napoleon 71 

Daughter of the Seine 74 

David Livingstone 83 

The Flame 47 

Gandhi fighter without a sword 93 

Jeanne D'Arc 47 

Leader of destiny 152 

Narcissa Whitman 166 

That lively man, Franklin 146 

Young Lafayette 152 

Ebers, G. Egyptian Princess 17 

Uarda 17 

Echols, U. W. Knights of Charlemagne 34 

Eckardt, H. Ivan the Terrible 61 

Eckel, P. E. Far East since 1500 234 

Eckenrode, H. J. Jefferson Davis 181 

Eclipse 101 

Economic aspects of the Monroe Doctrine 130 
Economic consequences of the peace .... 94 
Economic geography of the U.S.S.R. 221 
Economic mind in American civilization 228 

Economics for the millions 229 

Eddy, S. Challenge of Russia 93 

Edge, N. N. Turgut lives in Turkey 90 

Edge of time 184 

Edmonds, W. D. Drums along the 

Mohawk 146 

Erie water 166 

Matchlock gun 136 

Rome haul 166 

Edmondston, C. M. King's man 41 

Ragged staff 52 

Education of a Princess 83 

Educational film guide 223 

Edward, H. S. Eneas Africanus 184 

Edwards, E. J. "Whale off! 166 

Effects of atomic weapons 226 

Egan, M. F, Everybody's St. Francis... . 47 

Eggleston, G. C. Long knives 146 

Warrens of Virginia 178 

Egenhard, Life of Charlemagne. 38 

Ehrlich, L. God*s angry man 166 

Eight April days 178 

Eight republics in search of a future ... 129 

Egypt and her neighbors 20 

Egypt, the land of the Temple builders.. 22 

Egyptian < 20 

Egyptian Princess 17 

Ekrem, S. Turkey, old and new 100 

Eleanor of Aauitane ,..* 48 

Eleanor Roosevelt 203 

Eli Terry 138 

Elliot, K. M. Boy of Bali 206 

EUsberg, E. Captain Paul 146 

Cruise of the Jeannette 189 

"I have just begun to fight!" 147 

Pigboats 195 

Under Red Sea sun 100 

Eliot, EL Roses for Mexico 116 

'Eliot, G. F. Bombs bursting in air 93 

Elizabeth the gallant 50 

Elizabeth the Tudor Princess 56 

Elizabethan life in town and country. . .. 61 

Elizabethan - people 62 

Bison, J. M. Scarlet sash 105 

Siting-, M. Battles and how they are won 225 

First book of Indians 132 

Trains at work 282 

Trucks at work ., 282 



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Elwood, M. Deeper the heritage 106 

Heritage of the river 106 

Towards the stinsefc 106 

Emancipation of the Medieval towns 47 

Embury, L. Listening man 34 

Emeralds for the King . . 67 

Emergence of Modern America . 190 

Emerson, C. D. Indian hunting grounds 136 

Emery, A. Tradition 202 

Emery, R. G. Robert E. Lee 181 

Eminent Europeans 92 

Eminent Victorians 80 

Emmons, D. F. G. Sacajawea of the 

Shoshones 155 

Empire and the glory 73 

Empire and the sea 74 

Emperor's nephew 35 

Emperor's physician ... 28 

Enchanted islands . 210 

Encyclopedia of the social sciences 223 

Encyclopedia of world hist 234 

End in Africa ^ 205 

Enduring Federalists .. , 152 

Enemy brothers . 99 

England muddles through. ... ... 95 

England of Charles II 68 

England to America . 86 

England tinder the Tudors 61 

England's Elizabeth . 63 

Englebrecht, H. C. Merchants of death 88 

English folk heroes 48 

English men and manners in the 18th 

century 69 

Enriquita 124 

Ensor, R. C. EL Miniature hist, of the 

war 100 

Entanglements 89 

Epic Kings 21 

Epic of !Lfr**Ti America 128 

Epicurus my master 29 

Epstein, S. Burma road 100 

Era of the French Revolution 74 

Era of the Protestant revolution 62 

Erasmus of Rotterdam . . 63 

Erdznan, L. G. Edge of tune 184 

Eric the Red 38 

Erie water 166 

Erling the bold 33 

Erskine, D. Russia's story 234 

Erskine, L. Y. Comrades of the clouds... 195 

Ervine, St. J. G. Changing winds 85 

Escape to danger 157 

Escott-Inman, H. E. Wnlnoth the 

wanderer , 34 

Eskimo summer 110 

Esther 19 

Estorick, I. Stafford Crips 100 

Etherton, P. T. Across the great deserts 221 

Euripides and his age 26 

Europe and the U. S 220 

Europe in modern times , 220 

Europe since 1914 92 

European hist. 220 

European possessions in the Caribbean. . 211 
Evans, E. R. G. Noel Howard, mid- 
shipman ,. . 71 

Evans, H. North to the unknown . .., 106 

Evans, L. H. Virgin Islands 210 

Evans, T. Bevin of Britain 100 

Evatt, H. Sozette's family 110 

Evatt, BL V. Task of nations 234 

Eve of the French Revolution 74 

Evernden, H. Knight of Florence 41 

Eversoo, F. Me. Early days in Ofcio ... 155 

Every TTV?T* a King 121 

Everybody's Peyps 69 

Everybody's St. Francis 47 

Everyday life in ancient Greece. 26 

Everyday life in Anglo Saxon, Viking, 

yar{ Norman yrmgg 83 

Everyday life in Homeric Greece 26 

Everyday life in Rome 82 

Everyday life in Roman Britain S3 



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Everyday life in the new stone, bronze 

ages 16 

Everyday life in the old stone age . . 16 

Everyday things in America 143 

Everyday things in Archaic Greece 26 

Everyday things in Classical Greece .. . 26 
Everything you want to know about the 

Presidents 231 

Evolution of modern Latin America . . 122 
Evolution of the Dominion of Canada 113 
Ewen T D. American composers of today 227 
Exciting adv. of Captain John Smith 143 

Expansion of Europe . 83 

Exploration of the Pacific . . . 221 

Explorers, soldiers and statesmen . 103 

Exquisite siren 147 

Eyre, K. W. Another spring 52 

Eye-witness of Mexico 129 



Fables of Aesop ................. 219 

Factories in the fields ...... 200 

Fadiman, E. Voice and the light ... 52 
Fairbanks, H. W. Conservation reader 192 
Fairchfld, EL P. Economics for the 

millions ....... , ..... . 229 

Falcon fly back ............. 50 

Falk, E. A. Togo and the rise of Japan- 
ese sea power ... . ............. 83 

Falcon of Erie, the Red ....... 131 

Falconer's son ........................ 86 

Falcons of France .................... . .... 86 

Fall of the Inca empire ............. 118 

Fall of the Russian empire .......... 96 

Famous American athktes ................. 221 

Famous first facts . , ................... 223 

Famous generals of the Great War . ... 196 

Famous leaders of industry ... . . 200 

Fanale, F. A. Mediterranean spotlights.. 210 
Far East since 1500 . ................ 2S4 

Far enough . . ............ 76 

Fargo, L. F. Prairie Chantauqna . . 1S1 
Faris, J. T. Nolichucky Jack ........ 155 

Farjepn, E. Ten Saints ....................... 224 

Farming in America .............. 227 

Farad, J. Jade of destiny ............ 53 

John o* the green . ., ......... 41 

Bang liveth ...................... ........... 84 

Fast, H. American . ...................... 184 

Goethals and the Panama Canal . .. . 192 

Haym Salomon ................................. 147 

Last Frontier . ..._ .......... ~ ................... 184 

My glorkms brothers .................... 17 

Romance of a people. ...................... 21 

Tafl Hunter ..................... 1S6 

Unvanauisbed . . .......... -.. 147 

Proad and the free ................... . ..... 147 

(The) Father ............................ 164 

Father of Texas .. ... .......................... 174 

Fathers of the RevotutiozL ....... ~ ......... 143 

Faulkner, H. U. Quest for social justice 192 
Fax, K C. Sitting Bull .................... 184 

Fay, B. Roosevelt and his America ... . 199 

Fay, a B. Origins of the World War .... 196 

Feathered cape, ....................... - *. 26 

Fedden, EL W. Manor life in old France 61 
Federalist ............................. 1SS 

FeBowes, E. C. Stories of the stone age 13 
Fellows, M. H. Little magic painter . IS 
Fefeen, G. Jungle highway ............ 124 

Some foBow the sea ............... 202 

Straggle is our brother ............. 97 

Submarine sailor .............. . ........ 232 

Fenton, A. H. Oliver Hazard Perry. . 11 
Fenton, E, Akfco's Jfiiand .................... 206 

Ferber, E, Cimarros ,. ................... -. 184 



Gome and get it 

Isabella 



Ferdinand and 

Ferguson,, J. H. American federal 

government 
Fergnsson, B. Cfcfca, 



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Fergusson, H. Bio Grande 121 

Fernald, H. C. Smoke blows west 185 

Ferns-worth, L. Dictators and democrats 93 

Festival at Meron 20 

Fetherstonhaugh, R. C. Royal Canadian 

police 113 

Feuchtwanger, L. Josephus 18 

Ficke, A. D. Mrs. Morton of Mexico 124 

Fiddling cowboy 187 

Field, K. Yellow bird 53 

Field, R. L. Calico bush 136 

Field, W. T. Finding the new world 132 

Field of honor 70 

Fields, H. Refugee in the II. S 229 

Fifth for the King 116 

Fifty-five men 153 

Fifty-four forty or fight 168 

Fight for the pueblo 115 

Fighters for freedom 222 

Fighters for peace 88 

Fighting blood 81 

Fighting for freedom 216 

Fighting French 100 

Fighting frigate 157 

Fighting frontiersman 144 

Fighting-slogan 109 

Fiji 210 

Filibuster (Gerould) 191 

Filibuster (Greene) 122 

Fflippo the jongleur 41 

Finder of fire 14 

Finding new homes in Canada 108 

Finding the new world 132 

Fineman, X. Ruth 18 

Finger, C. J. Cape Horn snorter 155 

Courageous companions 131 

David Livingstone 79 

Dog at his heels 124 

Give a man a horse 124 

Heroes from Hakluyt. 61 

Tales from silver lands 116 

When guns thundered at Tripoli ... 155 

Firdausi, Epic Kings 21 

Fire and ice . 14 

Fire on the Andes 128 

Fire over England. 57 

Fireside book of folk songs 218 

First adventure 135 

First Americans 144 

First book of the Indians 132 

First Christmas crib 44 

First days of History , 21 

First days of knowledge. 16 

First horseman 13 

First hundred thousand 84 

First Thanksgiving 184 

First year ! 139 

Fish, C. R. American diplomacy 196 

Fisher, L. You and the United Nations . . 234 

Fisher, V. Children of God 166 

( (The) mothers 166 

Fishermen at war 101 

FIske, J. Beginnings of New England . . 143 

Fitch, F. M. Allah 38 

One God, the ways we worship him 224 

Their search for God 224 

Fitzgerald, P. I*. Trail of the ragged fox 137 
Fitzgerald, S. E. Communicating: ideas 223 

Five arrows 123 

Five gold sovereigns 145 

Five great philosophies of life 25 

Fix Bayonets! 195 

Flag of the U. S. 153 

Flags of all nations 221 

Flags of dawn~ 43 

Flags over Quebec 108 

Flame, Saint Catherine of Siena* 47 

Flame of courage 106 

Flaming arrow , 120 

Flare path ?.. 100 

Fleet in the forest ." '. 157 

Fletcher, I. C. Bennett's welcome 65 

Men of Albermarle 147 



PAGE 

Toil of the brave 147 

Flexner, J. T. America's old masters 227 

Flexner, M. W. Drina 75 

Flight into oblivion 185 

Flight of an Empress 83 

Flight of the Heron 64 

Flight to Arras 101 

Fling, F. M. Source problems of the 

French Revolution 213 

Flood fighters 198 

Florence Nightingale 79 

Floherty, J. J. Aviation from the ground 

up 225 

Florian, the Emperor's stallion 82 

Foa, E. Boy life of Napoleon 71 

Fog magic 112 

Foldes, J. Street of the Fishing cat 90 

Follett, H. Islands on guard 210 

Men of the Stdu sea 206 

Ocean outposts 210 

Following the flag 229 

Folly farm 154 

Foote, K. S. Walk about down under. . 93 

Footlights afloat 186 

Footprints of early man 16 

Footprints of the dragon 171 

For Charlemagne! 33 

For cross and country 115 

For faith and freedom 63 

For flag and freedom 157 

For my great folly 51 

For Texas and freedom 173 

For the glory of France 102 

For the rights of men 222 

Forbes, E. Johnny Tremain 147 

Paradise 137 

Paul Revere and the world he lived 

in 152 

Forbes, R. Eight republics in search of 

a future 129 

Henry Morgan, pirate 206 

Ford, E. Larry Scott of the Sun 202 

Ford, F. M. Little less than gods 71 

Ford, P. L. Janice Meredith 147 

Foreign governments 284 

Foreign intervention in the independence 

of New Spain 122 

Foreigner looks at the T V A 200 

Forest of adventure 124 

Forest of swords 84 

Forester, C. S. Beat to Quarters 120 

Lord Hornblower 71 

Rifleman Dodd and the gun 71 

(The) Ship 97 

Ship of the Line 71 

Forestier, A. Roman soldier 31 

Forever free 180 

Forever possess 140 

Forever the farm 176 

Forging the pikes 108 

Forgotten ally 101 

Forgotten daughter 29 

Forgotten Finca .. 128 

Foreman, I*. L. Road to San Jacinto 167 

Forman, S. West Point 231 

Forman, S. E. Rise of commerce and 

industry 230 

Sidelights on our social and economic 

hist. 214 

Fort Hall on the Oregon trail 174 

Fort Sumter 181 

Fortress islands of the Pacific 210 

Fortunate islands 211 

Fortune's fool ~ 67 

Fortunes of Garin f 

Fortunes of war 194 

Forty days of Musa Dagh , 87 

Forty days to Santa F6 172 

Forty famous composers 220 

Forward ho! 1J 

Foster, G. S. Abraham Lincoln 181 

Abraham Lincoln's world 174 

Augustus Caesar's world 31 



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George Washington 152 

George Washington's world 152 

Foster, H. L. Adv. of a tropical tramp.. . 124 

Foundation of America 214 

Four cents an acre 162 

Four corners of the world 116 

1492 ;;.;.;;; 54 

Fowler, B. B. Lord helps those 110 

Fowler, H. N. Picture book of sculpture 218 

Forward the nation 159 

Fox, D. Cavalcade of America 227 

Fox, G. M. Sir Wilfred Grenfell 113 

Fox, B. Great men of medicine 225 

Fox, B. W. Lenin 93 

Men of turmoil 93 

Fox fire 141 

Francisco de Toledo 119 

Francisco Franco 92 

Franck, H. A. Trailing Cortez through 

Mexico 116 

Marco Polo, junior 90 

Vagabonding down the Andes 125 

Frank, B. Lost heritage 90 

Man called Cervantes 53 

Franklin, B. Autobiography 152 

Franklin Delano Roosevelt 200 

Fraser, H. B, Democracy in the making 174 
Fraser, L. M. Germany between two wars 93 

Fray Mario 116 

Frederick the Great (Gooch) 69 

Frederick the Great (Reddaway) 69 

Free forest 135 

Free land 186 

Free men shall stand 141 

Free soil !..*.!. .". '. .'..". ',""". 170 

Freedom Farewell I 27 

Freedom's flag 162 

Freemantle, A. James and Joan 53 

Fremont 176 

French, A. Heroes of Iceland 38 

Lost baron. 41 

Bed keep 41 

Story of Rolf and the Viking's bow 13 
French, M. P. Boughs bend down,,.. 106 

French adventurer 135 

French Canada 112 

French revolution (Madelin) 74 

French revolution (Mathews) 74 

French revolution (Thompson) 75 

French revolution (Wheeler) 75 

Frenssen, G. Peter Moor's journey to 

Southwest Africa 81 

Fresh wind blowing 109 

Freund, G. P. Wonders of the sea 221 

Friar of Wittenberg 52 

Friend of Caesar 27 

Frisbie, F. Miss Ulysses from Puka-Puka 206 

Frisbie, B. D. Amaru ~ 206 

Frischauer, P. Prince Eugene 69 

Friskey, M. Thad Lincoln and the green 

umbrella 178 

From cave painting to comic strip 219 

From isolation to leadership. 196 

From moccasins to wings 232 

From star to star 55 

From this hfll look down 198 

From travois to iron rail 233 

Frontier days. >. 190 

Frontier in American hist. 176 

Frontier law. 196 

Frontier passage 89 

Frost and fire Ill 

Frye, P. Game of empires 71 

Fuentes, G. L. 13 Indio 125 

Fuller, E. John Milton , 65 

Star pointed North ~ 167 

Fuller, I. Shining trail 155 

CTuton, B. Davy Jones' locker..,. 156 

Moccasin trafl , 167 

Fun and festivals from the other 

Americas 1W 

Pumas, <X C. Next hundred years 225 

Fuss **> feathers - 175 



Gable, J. H. Boy's book of exploration 61 
Gabriel, B. H. Pageant of America .......... 232 

Gaggin, E. R. Down Byton water ........... 187 

Gaidar, A. P. Timur and his gang ... 97 
Gaines, R. Village shield ........... " ...... 125 

Gaither, F. O. Painted arrow ................... 1S7 

Bed cock crows ............................... 167 

Scarlet coat ...... ...... .................... 1S7 

Galapagos bound ! . .. ..... 208 

Gale, E, Julia Valeria .................. ...... 27 

Winged boat ........................... 137 

Galewood crossing .................................. 172 

Gallant general ............ ______ ............... 72 

Gallant John Barry .............. _____ ......... 161 

Gallant years . . .................... 58 

Galleon from Manila .......................... 207 

Gallipoli ....................... . ............ 85 

Gallup, G. H. Guide to public opinion ygfl 
Gallus .................................... SO 

Gait, T. How the United Nations works 216 
Volcano ...... ___ ...... .................... 129 

Gamble's hundred ..................................... 136 

Game of empires ..................... ...... .. ...... 71 

Gamester .. ...................... . ., ...... , ...... . 67 

Gandhi fighter without a sword ............ 93 

Gandy, W. In the days of the Lion- 
heart .. ................................................... 41 

Gard, R. E- Johnny Chinook ............ ,. 110 

Gardiner, D. Great betrayal. ____ ......... 18& 

Snow-water ., ~ . ___ ...................... 185 

Gardiner, E. N. Greek athletic sports 
and festivals ........................ 25 

Gardner, ~EL Art through the ages ........ 218 

Garibaldi (Baker) ................................... 75 

Garibaldi (Burton) .......................... 79 

Garibaldi and the Thousand .................. SD 

Garland, H. Book of American Indian.... 132 

Trap-makers of the Middle Border. 167 
Garland, J. Story of medicine. ...... . ..... ~ 225 

Garnett, D. Pocahontas ..................... 143 

Garnsey, M. E. America's new frontier 2*4 
Garrard, P. Jenny's secret island .......... 266 

Garst, D. S. Eft Carson ......... ................ 174 

Sitting Bull .......... - ............. ...... ~ ..... 185 

Story of Buffalo Bffl ................... .... 189 

Three conquistadores ................. US 

Garst, S. Crazy hoarse ................... ~ ------ 178 

Ouster ................................. .......... - ...... 185 

Garth, D. Bermuda caffing ....................... 2if 

Gasoline age . ........ ~ ................. - ...... 2BS 

Gasquet Carding Rule of St. Benedict... *8 
Gateway to American hist. .............. ..... 182 

Gatti, A. Wrath of Moto .................... SQ 

Gauvreau, E. H. Billy Mitchell .............. 193 

Gay, I*. TJnspeakabks ......... .................... 

Gay Madekm ...... .......... - ........................... Ill 

Gay melody ....... ~ ............... -.- .............. 1 

Gaytey, C. H. Classic myths in English 
literature and art ._ .................. 218 

Gaynor, F. Pocket encyclopedia of 

atomic energy .......... ~ ........ ......... 225 

Gebter, B. Ptymootfc adventure ---------- -.. 1*J 

General George S. Patten ............. - ........ 26 

Genesis of the World War ........................ fg 

Gentian hffl ............................ ---- 

Gentle warrior ................................... JJf 

Gentleman adventurer ......................... ~ 111 

Gentleman ranker .............. - ................. Iff 

Gentlemen, hush! ....... . ...................... ... 188 

Geoffrey Cbawer of England ......... ..... r - 47 

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Gerard, F. Malta magnificent 100 

Gerard, J. W. My four years in Germany 83 

Gere, P. K. Boy of Babylon 18 

Germany between two wars 93 

Gerould, G. H. Filibuster 191 

Gerwig, G. W. Declaration of 

Independence ... 152 

Gessar Khp 63 

Get-rich-quiek Wallingford 190 

Getting and spending 228 

Gettysburg 181 

Giants in the earth 187 

Gibbon, J. M. Canadian mosaic US 

Steel of empire 113 

Gibbons, H. A. New map of Africa 83 

New map of Asia 83 

New map of Europe 83 

New map of South America 121 

Gibbs, G. F. Flame of courage 106 

Road to Bagdad 93 

Gibbs, P. H. Cities of refuge 90 

Cross of peace 90 

Long alert 97 

This nettle danger 90 

Gibson, K. Arrow fly home 137 

Bow bells 41 

Oak tree house 53 

Gift of the golden cup 28 

Gift of the river 19 

Gilbert, J. Imps and angels 41 

Gilbert, K. Arctic venture 202 

Gilbert, M. Jade brings luck 13 

Giles, A. F. Roman civilisation 31 

Giles of the Mayflower 134 

Gill, R. C. Story of the other Americas 129 

Gfllett, J. B. Texas ranger 189 

Gilman, A, Magna Charta stories 41 

Gilman of Redford 136 

Gilmore, M. R. Prairie smoke 131 

Girl in the white armor 58 

Girl who ran for president 186 

Girl who ruled a kingdom 48 

Girondin 70 

Giry, A. P. Emancipation of the 

Medieval towns 47 

Give a man a horse 124 

Give me a river 171 

Give me liberty 148 

Given, M. Modern eneyc. of cooking 218 

Glamorous DoHy Madison 155 

Glass 191 

Glass house of prejudice 204 

Glasscock, C. B. Gasoline age 233 

Gold in them falls 189 

Then came oil 192 

War of the copper kings 192 

Glasgow Farragut 182 

Gleam in the North 64 

Gleitsmann, H. Niko'a mountains 97 

Glover, T, R. World of the New 

Testament 21 

Glory of the seas 137 

Glory that was Greece . 26 

Glory-hunter 190 

Glueek, N- River Jordan 21 

God wills it 40 

Gods and heroes 217 

God's angry man 166 

God's men . 80 

God's troubadour . 42 

Goddess to a God 20 

Goethals and the Panama Canal 192 

Goetz, D. Half a hemisphere 129 

Other Young Americans 129 

(A) going to the westward : 157 

Going up . 225 

Gold 174 

Gold in them hifls 189 

Golden door : 187 

Golden fleece (Harding) 76 

Golden fleece (Morris) 74 

Golden horseshoe 135 

Golden knight 40 



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Golden peacock , ... 27 

Golden serpent 123 

Golden shore 172 

Golden star of Halich 42 

Golden tales of Canada 109 

Golden years in Paraguay us 

Golden warrior 44 

Gold-laced coat 107 

Gold-seeking on the Dalton trail 188 

Goldsmith, M. Maria Theresa of Austria 69 
Gollomb, J. Armies of spies 199 

Young heroes of the War 100 

Gomez . 128 

Gone with the wind 179 

Gooch, G. P. Frederick the Great 69 

Good ways 224 

Goode, J. P. School atlas 217 

Goodenough, Lady, Boy's chronicle of 

Mutaner 42 

Goodhue, C. Journey into fog 69 

Goodwin, H. I*. Feathered cape 206 

Gordon, C. None shall look back 178 

Gordon, C. W. Rebel loyalist 147 

Rock and the river 106 

Gordon, D. Around the world in song 218 

Gordon, P. Boy Jones 65 

Gordon, P. Romany luck 53 

Gordy, W. F. American beginnings in 

Europe 182 

Causes and meaning of the Great 

War 196 

Gorgeous hussy 163 

Gorman, H. S. Cry of Dolores 120 

Mountain and the plain 71 

Goss, W. L. Jack Gregory 147 

Gosse, A. B. Civilization of the ancient 

Egyptians 21 

Gottmann, J. Geography of Europe 221 

Gottschalk, F. K. Youngest general .... 65 
Gottschalk, I. R. Era of the French 

revolution 74 

Goudge, E. Gentian hill 72 

Towers in the mist 63 

Goyne, R. Kiss of Pharoah 18 

Graham, A. P. Strike up the band I.. .. 227 
Graham, E. H. Wildlife for America .... 226 

Graham, F. Al Smith 199 

Graham, S. Dr. George Washington 

Carver 199 

Story of Phillis Wheatley 147 

There once was a slave 185 

Tsar of freedom 79 

Grandeur that was Rome 32 

Grant, B. Eagle of the sea 156 

Grantham, A. E. Rococo. 65 

Grapes of wrath 84 

Graves, R. Count Belisarius 28 

I, Claudius 28 

Gray, E. J. Adam of the road 42 

Beppy Marlow of Charles Town 137 

Penn 143 

Grazebrook, O. F. Nicanor of Athens.. .. 23 

Great adventure at Washington 201 

Great betrayal 185 

Great Britain, British Blue book 93 

Great Captain 180 

Great crusade and after 196 

Great cultural traditions 220 

Great divide 112 

Great epochs in American hist. 214 

Great expressions of human rights 222 

Great game of politics 231 

Great good man 181 

Great heritage 227 

Great hope 87 

Great horse 14 

Great meadow 159 

Great men of medicine 225 

Great Pacific victory 204 

Great pathfinder 162 

Great powers in world politics $5 

Great road ,..,. ......... 21 

Great Roxhythe 65 



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Great sailor 68 

Great valley 138 

Great western trail 190 

Great white buffalo 175 

Greatest of the Borgias 63 

Greece and the Greeks ... 26 

Greek athletic sports and festivals 25 

Greek myths 217 

Greek view of life 25 

Greeks and Persians of long ago .... 26 

Green, A. Silent Duchess 65 

Green, L. M. Brother of the birds ... 42 
Green, P. This body the earth . 197 

Green, W. Labor and democracy 199 

Green cockade .. 144 

Green lion .. 81 

Green mansions . . . . ... 125 

Green mountain boy 146 

Green mountain boys . 151 

Greenbie, S. Children of the sun . 121 
Greene, E. B. Revolutionary generation 152 
Greene, H. Pickett's gap . ... 167 

Greene, L. Filibuster 122 

Greennp, R. Revolution before breakfast 129 
Gregor, E. R. War chief . ... 131 
Grenfell, W. T. Romance of Labrador 110 
Grew, J. C. Ten years in Japan . . .. 200 
Grey, K. Hills of gold . 167 

Rolling wheels 167 

Grey Owl, Sajo and the beaver people 110 

Tales of an empty cabin . . 110 

Grierson, E. W. Tales of Scottish keeps 61 
Griffis, W. E. Young people's hist, of 

the Pilgrims 143 

Grhn journey . 164 

Gronowicz, A. Gallant general 72 

Grosvenor, A. J. Winged moccasins 13 

Grover, EL America begins again .... 199 

Grover Cleveland 190 

Growth of the British empire 83 

Guam and its people 212 

GuedaHa, P. Fathers of the revolution . 143 

Hundred days 74 

Guerber, H. A. Book of the epic 218 

Myths of northern lands 218 

Story of our civilization 132 

Guerilla Padre in Mindanao 202 

Guerrant, E. O. Roosevelt's good 

neighbor policy 129 

Guide to Public opinion 223 

Gufllet, E. C. Finding new homes in 

Canada 108 

GuJbranssen, T. Wind from the 

mountains .... . , 76 

Gulick, O. B. Life of the ancient Greeks 25 

Guns of Burgoyne. 148 

Guns of Yorktown 150 

Guns over Champlain 155 

Gunther, J, Inside Asia 93 

Inside Europe. . . 93 

Inside Latin America 129 

Inside the U.S.A. 204 

Troubled midnight 197 

Gustaf I Vasa 59 

Gustafson, A. F. Conservation in the 

U. S. 200 

Guthrie, O. B. Big sky 156 

Way west 167 

Gwynn, BeValera 93 



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Haas, W. S. Iran 100 

Haberfy, L. V. Pursuit of the horizon..., 156 

Habitant-merchant 106 

Hackett, F. Green lion 81 

Hagedorn, H. Boys' life of Theodore 

Roosevelt 192 

Rcmgh-riders 192 

Hager, A. Brazil 129 

Haggerty, E. Guerflla Padre in Mindanao 202 
Halm, E. Raffles of Singapore...., 58 



Hail, Caesar ! 

Haines, C. G. Origins and background of 



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the second world war 216 

Haines, D. H. Dragon-flies 85 

Fighting blood 81 

Haines, E. X, Exquisite siren . ... ., 147 
Hakluyt, R. Heroes. . . . . 219 

Hale, W. H. Horace Greeley ... .. 189 

Half a hemisphere 129 

Half-breed 110 

Hall, C. G. Mail goes through 233 

Through by rail 185 

HaH, D. Record book 223 

Hall, H. R. Days before hist. 13 

HaD, J. Buried cities 31 

Men of old Greece 25 

Viking tales . . . . . U 

HaH, J. N. Kitchener's mob . . . 85 

Lost island . 206 

Tale of a shipwreck 207 

HaH, R. Boys of Scrooby . - 137 

Halleck, R. P. Our nation's heritage 132 
Hall-Quest, O. W. How the Pilgrims 

came to Plymouth . 143 

Shrine of liberty . . 167 

Halsey, F, W. Great epochs in American 

hist. 214 

Hamilton, C. Cry of the thunderbird . 174 
Hammerling, R. Aspasia . .23 

Hammerton, J. A. Wonders of the past 217 

Hammond, New world atlas 217 

Handbook of the war . 95 

Handkerchief holiday 197 

Hanighen, F. C. Santa Anna 122 

Hanna, A. J. Flight into oblivion 185 

Hannah, L C. Voadica 35 

Hannah's sod house 185 

Hannay, J. O. Adventures of the night 90 

Hannibal ... SO 

Hannibal's elephants 29 

Hansen, H. A. Fighting for freedom. . 216 
Hansen, M. L. Immigrant in American 

hist. . , , 229 

Hanson, I*. S. Eric the Red 38 

Hanson, & G. Utopia in Uruguay. .. . .. 12S 

Hard times 76 

Harding, B. Golden fleece ...., 76 

Land Columbus loved 210 

Lost wafts _ 91 

Mosaic in the fountain ....... , 125 

Phantom crown 120 

Royal purple - 81 

Harding, C. H. City of the seven hills, SI 

Harding, S. B. Select orations 214 

Story of the Middle Ages 47 

Hardy, W. G. AH the trumpets sounded 18 

Hare, C. Story of Bayard SI 

Hargreaves, S. Cabin at the trazTs end 167 
Hargrove, M. See here, Private Hargrove 202 
Hark, A. Story of the Pennsylvania 

Dutch 143 

Harlow, A. F. OW towpaths ITS 

Road of the century 175 

Theodore Roosevelt . .... .... . . 192 

When horses polled boats . 175 

Harlow, R. Y. Samuel Adams ., - 143 

Harm Wuif... . * .. 56 

Harmon, Su Sons of the Admiral .... 53 

Harold 3* 

T. A. Bed sky 

excellency and Peter SI 

Siberian goid 81 

Windy island 26? 

Harris, a One braver tiling 16 

Street of toairea 156 

Trumpets at dawn 148 

Harris, H. American labor .... 2W 

Harris, H. W. League of Natksa, 98 

Harris, J. C. Uncle Remus. 227 

Harris, L. G. Canadian ways US 

Harrison, M. H. Captain of tbe Andes..., 122 

Harry Trraaan ... ~. 2*4 

Harsany, Zw Star-gaser 5 



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Hart, A. B. American hist, told by 

contemporaries 214 

Source readers in American hist. 215 

Source-book of American hist 214 

Hart, D. V. Philippines,. : 210 

Hart, H. H. Sea road to the Indies . 61 

Hart, I. B. James Watt 225 

Hart, J. D. Oxford companion to 

American literature 227 

Hart, S. Bight April days 178 

Hart, W. E. Hitler's generals 100 

Hart, W. J. Stories of onr national songs 227 
Harte, B. Bret Harte's stories of the old 

West 167 

Hartley, D. Life and work of the people 

of England 1000-1300 47 

Life and work of the people of 

England 14th cent. 47 

Life and work of the people of 

England 15th cent. 61 

Life and work of the people of 

England 16th cent. 61 

Life and work of the people of 

England 17th cent. 69 

Life and work of the people of 

England 18th cent. 69 

Medieval costume and life 47 

Hartmen, 6. Builders of the old world . 234 

Machines 192 

Medieval days and ways 47 

World we live in. 234 

Harun AI-Rashid 37 

Harvest of the Hudson 134 

Harvest of world folk tales 219 

Harvey, D. C. Colonization of Canada. .. 108 

Harvey, H. H. Samuel Gompers 192 

Harwood, A. Lily and the leopards 53 

Merchant of the ruby 53 

Hasbrouck, L. S. LaSalle 133 

Mexico from Cortes to Carranza ... 118 
Haskell, H. 3. New deal in old Rome. .. 31 

This was Cicero 31 

Haskins, C. H. Normans in European 

hist. 47 

Haslip, J. Parnell 83 

HassaH, A. Louis 33V 69 

Hatch, A. Woodrow Wilson 196 

Young Wflkie 191 

Hauck, L.P. Lucky shot 168 

Youngest rider 168 

Havinghurst, W. High prairie 185 

Hawaii 199 

Hawaii the 49th state 204 

Hawaiian hist, legends 209 

Hawaii's Queen Lfluokalani 208 

Hawes, C. B. Dark frigate 65 

Hawk of Detroit 107 

Hawkins, A. To the swift 168 

Hawkins, M. Torpedoes away, sir! 204 

Hawley, Z. G. Boy rider with Custer 185 

Haworihr P. I*. Caverns of sunset 110 

Tra2makers of the northwest. 143 

Hawthorne, H. Born to adventure 168 

Give me liberty 148 

Ox-team miracle 189 

Phantom King , 76 

Westward the course 156 

Wheels toward the west 168 

Hawthorne, T. His country was the 

world 158 

Haycox, E. Bugles in the afternoon .. . 185 

Long storm , 179 

Hayes, D. Who walk with the earth . .. . 197 

Hayes, F. Burro tamer 125 

Hayes, J. H. Brief host, of the Great War 196 

Hayes, M. Little house on runners 168 

Wampum and sixpence . , . 187 

Hayes, N. Blockade 179 

Haym Salomon 147 

Haywood, C. Primrose day 97 

Hazard, J. T. Our living forests 226 

HazeMne, M. E. Anniversaries & holidays 219 
Haztett, E. EL "Big for depth charges 1" 202 



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He brings great news 70 

He conquered the Andes 122 

He went with Magellan 55 

He went with Marco Polo 43 

He went with Vasco da Gama 55 

Head wind. . . . 136 

Headhunting in the Solomons 207 

Heagney, H. J. Blockade runner . 179 

Heal, E. How the world began 15 

Heart of danger gg 

Heaven trees 174 

Heaven's tableland 200 

Hebrew life and times 21 

Hedges, J. B. Building the Canadian west 113 

Heirs 190 

Helena 30 

Hello the boat 155 

Helm, MacK. Matter of love ... .125 

Helm, W. P. Harry Truman 204 

Helsop, H. Earth beneath ... 77 

Henderson, D. Boons of the wilderness . 148 

Crown for Carlotta 120 

Henderson, D. Macl. Yankee ships in 

China seas 161 

Henderson, K. Pre-historic man . 15 

Hendrick, B. J. Lincoln's war cabinet 181 

Statesmen of the Lost Cause .. . 181 

Henle, F. Virgin Islands 210 

Henry, M. Bahamas 210 

Bermuda 210 

West Indies ... . 210 

Henry, B. B. My American heritage . . . 227 
Henry, R. S. Story of the Confederacy . 181 

Story of the Mexican War 175 

Trains 238 

Henry V1H 62 

Henry Ford, engineer 193 

Henry Morgan, pirate 206 

Henry of Navarre (Hurst) 61 

Henry of Navarre (Knowles) 55 

Henry the Navigator 62 

Henry's Lincoln 171 

Henry-fisherman 206 

Hepplestall's 70 

Herbert Hoover 200 

Here comes labor 201 

Here I stand 60 

Here I stay 145 

Here is your war 205 

Here they dug gold 176 

Here was a man 66 

Heritage of freedom (Monagham) 215 

Heritage of freedom (Shotwell) 114 

Heritage of the river 106 

Herman, F. S. Dynamite cargo 202 

Hero of Darien 62 

Hero of Vincennes 162 

Herodotus, Stories of the East 21 

Herodotus (ed King) 21 

Herodotus (tr. by Rawlinson) 219 

Heroes from Haykluyt 61, 219 

Heroes of discovery in America 133 

Heroes of Iceland 88 

Heroes of the Pacific 205 

Heroic years 162 

Herron, E. A. Alaska, land of tomorrow 204 

Hersch, V. Seven cities of gold 54 

Hersey, J. Hiroshima 204 

Hersey, J. B. Bell for Adano 97 

Herzog, B. G. Cortez and the conquest 

of Mexico. US 

Hess, F. Handkerchief holiday 197 

House of many tongues 91 

Hewes, A. D. Boy of the lost Crusade.. . 42 

Codfish musket 166 

Glory of the seas 187 

Spice and the devil's cave 54 

Swords on the sea. 42 

Two oceans to Canton 162 

Hewett, E. L, Ancient life in Mexico. 118 

Heyer, G. Beauvallet 64 

Great Koxhythe. 66 

Infamous army * 72 



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Royal escape ...................................... $5 

Spanish Bride ............................. 72 

Heyerdahl, T. "Kon-Tiki" .................. 210 

Heyward, DuB. Fort Sumter ....... 181 

Peter Ashley ................. 168 

Hibben, P. C. Lost Americans ...... 15 

Hickory limb .............................. 148 

Hidden heroes of the Rockies .......... 176 

Hidden people ................................. 117 

Hidden treasure .............................. 35 

Hidden valley ................................ 164 

Hide-out ....................................... 170 

High Barbaree ........................... 208 

High points in Medieval culture ....... 48 

High prairie ............................... 186 

High road to Tartary ................ ... .. 79 

High -wind rising ............................ 141 

Higher hill ................... 104 

Highet, H. Mad. Above suspicion. ....... 97 

Assignment in Brittany ...... 97 

While stffl we live ......................... 97 

Highroad to adventure ............. .. .. 126 

Hfldebrand, A. S. Magellan ............... 133 

Hill, H. S. Conestoga wagon ................ 233 

Hffl, N. International relations ........ 216 

Hill, R. H. Shadow of swords ........... 91 

Hfll of miracles ......................... 164 

Hflls of gold ........................................ 167 

Hilton, J. Story of Dr. Wassell .......... 207 

Hilltop on the Marne ................ 84 

Hinckley, H. Mountains are mine ..... 168 

Hindenburg (Ludwig) ...................... 94 

Hindenburg (Ybarra) ........................... 95 

Hindus, M. G. Cossacks ............................ 93 

Humanity uprooted .......................... 93 

Hinshaw, D. Herbert Hoover. ................. 200 

Hiroshima ........................................ 204 

Hirshberg, H. S. Subject guide to IT. S. 

government publications ........... 232 

His country was the world ....................... 158 

His excellency and Peter. .......... _ ......... 81 

His Majesties Yankees ............................ 107 

His messengers went forth ................... . 224 

His soul goes marching on - 194 

Historical atlas of the U. S. ....................... 217 

political institutions ..................... 30 

History in the writing ..................... 216 

History of American foreign relations.... 196 

History of Canada ........................... 114 

History of civilization ................ 235 

History of everyday things in England 

(1066-1499) ........................... 48 

History of everyday things in England 

(1500-1799) ....................... 62 

History of everyday things in England 

(Industrialism) .................. 74 

History of everyday things in England 

(1851-1934) ..................................... 79 

History of Herodotus ........................... ^ ..... 219 

History of Latin America... .................. 119 

History of Spain ...................................... 233 

History of the Plymouth Colony ......... 132 

History of the Balkan peninsula ............. 8S 

History of the Canadian people. ....... . . 109 

History of the foreign policy of the U, S. 195 
History of the Islandic peoples. ............ 233 

History of the modern world ................... 234 

History of the world ................... 22 

History of trade union organization in 

Canada .................................. 113 

History of travel in America ...................... 232 

History sings ............................................... 228 

Hitler, A. Mein Kampf ........................... 98 

Hitler's generals ...................... : ...... 10 

Hitter's reiclL ........................... - ............... 92 

Hobart, A, T. Ofl for the lamps of Cfcina 191 
Peacock sheds his tail ............................ 126 

River supreme. ............................. ......... 81 

Hobbs, W. H. Fortress' islands of tbe 
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Hofcerg, R. I*. Not so long ago, 
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Hodges, C. W. Columbus sails 158 

Hoffine, L. White buffalo ,. .. 166 

HofEman, S. News of the nation 216 

Hoffman, W. G. Pacific relations 200 

Hoffman, E. Lion of Barbary 77 

White mare of the black tents .. . 97 

Hofmann, M. Pearls of Ferrara 54 

Hogarth, G. A. Australia 100 

Hogben, L. From cave painting to comic 

strip 219 

Mathematics for the millions 225 

Holberg, R. L. Captain John Smith... .. 1S8 

Marching to Jerusalem 42 

Restless Johnny .... 156 

Holbrook, F. Cave, mound and lake 

dwellers _. 16 

Holbrook, & America's Ethan Allen. ... 148 

Holbrook, S. H. Iron brew 189 

Hole, C. English folk heroes 48 

Holiday House, Lands and Peoples . . 221 
Holland, H. R. America (1S55-1364) .. 1SS 

Holland, R. a Big bridge 226 

Blue heron's feather 138 

Boy who lived on London Bridge . .. 54 

Captain Tripp . ,. 72 

Chateau of the Swan . . ... 72 

Drake's lad 4 

Freedom's flag 162 

Mad Anthony 155 

Steadfast at Valley Forge. ..".."....."..", 148 

Hoffing, H. C. Tree in the trail 168 

Holm, G. This was Lidice, 98 

Holmes, B. Mexico 129 

Hoiy Roman empire. .. .,, ...,... 47 

Home fires in France . 194 

Home life in Colonial days 14S 

Home life of the ancient Greeks ,. 25 

Home place - 198 

Home to the Hermitage .. 1S5 

Homer, Tn**td .... 219 

Homer, Odyssey /, 219 

Homes in the wilderness . 14$ 

Honest John Adams.. .,..- , 152 

Honey of the Nile 17 

Hooker, W. F. Bullwhaeker .... 175 

Hope of living 184 

Horace Greetey (Hate) 189 

Horace Greeley (Stoddard) 190 

Horn, S. F. Boys* life of Robert E. Lee 182 

Horned snake medicine. IS 

Horrabin, J. F. Atlas of current affaire 217 

Atlas of European hist 217 

Horse-shoe Robinson , , ...... 148 

Hosford, B. G. By his own might...... 35 

Sons of the Vofeungs .. , ... &5 

Hoskyn, B. L. British dominions beyond 

the sea 88 

Houben, H. H. Christopher Columbus . ... 13$ 

Hough, C. S, Leif the Lucky ...... 1*1 

Hough, E. Covered wagon ... 168 

Fifty~focnr forty or fight. 168 

Hough. F. O. Island war 204 

Hough, EL B. Long anchorage. ... 168 

Honse divided. 181 

House in BaH ......... 207 

Hooae of exile !!\.!"!.~..!1"!Z 95 

Hoose of her own 168 

Horoe of many tongues ... 91 

House of TmjHlo . .. ..... . ... *... ^ 12S 

House tbat mfler l0L 95 

Hooves in America 144 

Ho*w TH^T* because a gJaEfc..... ... ..*.....* 15 

How much and how many 221 

How oar governmect is ran, ,.., 2S1 

How the old wogrid foand tbe new 60 

How the PDgrims came to Plymouth. 149 

How the United Nations works.. 216 

Hbw fee woiM began, . 16 

How the iKjacid grew -. w ^.. _1S 

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How war came 199 

How we conquered distance 232 

Howard, A. W. Princess runs away . 18 
Howard, E. North winds blow free .. 106 

Peddlers' girl 169 

Howard, H. L. Hannah's sod house .. 185 
Howard, J. T. Our American music . 228 
Howard, P. Ideas have legs . . 223 

Howe, H. F. Prologue to New England 133 

Howland, L. Stephen A. Douglas 182 

Hoyt, Cyc. of practical quotations 219 

Huard, F. W. My home on the field of 

honour .... 85 

Hubbard, B. R. Cradle of the storms 210 

Hubbard, L. Rivers to the sea 156 

Hubbard, M. A. Hickory limb 

Lone boy 

Seraphina Todd 

Huberman, L. Truth about the unions 

We the people 



Hubert the happy 

Hudson, M. O. World court 
Hudson, W. H. Green mansions . . . 

Story of the Renaissance . . . 

Tales of the Gauchos 

Hudson Bay express 

Hudson frontier 

Hueston, E. Man of the storm . . . 

Star of the west 

Hugh Gwyeth 

, Hugh Wynne 

Hughes, P. Pope 'Pius the Eleventh .... 
Hugo, V. Ninety-three 

Notre Dame de Paris 

Hull-down for action 

Humanity uprooted 

Hume, R. B. World's living religions . 
Humphrey, G. Pflsudski ... 
Humphreys, R. A. Evolution of modern 

Latin America 

Hundred days 

Hungerford, E. B. Escape to danger .... 



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Hunt, E. E. Tales from a famished land 85 
Hunt, F. MacArthur and the war against 

Japan 204 

Hunt, M. L. Better known as Johnny 

Appleseed 169 

Hunter of the caverns , 15 

Hunters and artists 16 

Hunters of long ago 15 

Hunting, H. B. Hebrew life and times 21 

Hunting the silver fleece 211 

Hurd, E. T. Galleon from Manila , . . 207 

Wreck of the Wild Wave 207 

Hurst, Q. Henry of Navarre 61 

Husband, J. Americans by adoption . 193 
Huszar, G. B. de. Anatomy of racial 

intolerance 222 

Hutchinson, B. Unknown country 113 

Hyde, M. P. Singing sword 35 

Hyde, W. D. W. Five great philosophies 

of life 25 

Hylander, C. J. American scientists 226 
Hypatia 18 



L Claudius 28 

"I have just begun to fight'* 147 

I saw the fall of the Philippines 205 

I saw the Philippines rise 205 

I speak for Thaddeus Stevens 181 

I wiH be good 79 

I write as I please 93 

Ibanez, V. B. Unknown lands 54 

Ideas and men 222 

Ideas have legs , 223 

Idell, A. E. Doorway in Antigfua 129 

If I have four apples 197 

If I were King 67 



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Ignatius Loyola $2 

Him, M. How man became a giant . .. 15 

New Russia's primer 94 

Uliad . . . ' 219 

Imperial incense .', "" g^ 

Imperial Japan .' 95 

Imperial renegade. ... 27 

Immigrant in American hist. . . 229 

Immortal wife .'. 173 

Imprisoned midshipmen 159 

Imps and angels 41 

In Clive's command $8 

In good old Colony times 145 

In Henry's back yard ... 222 

In New Brunswick we'll find it 114 

In privateer's bay 209 

In secret service 73 

In the days before Columbus . . 132 

In the days of Alfred the Great 37 

In the days of Poor Richard. . . . 144 

In the days of the guild .43 

In the days of the Han .. .. . 13 

In the days of Lion-heart 41 

In the days of William the Conqueror 46 
In the days of young Washington . 142 

In the days that are dead 80 

In the favor of the King 51 

In the morning of time 14 

In the palace of the King .. 51 

In the shadow of liberty 192 

In the shadow of the skyscraper . ... 198 

In the South Seas 212 

In the stone age 15 

In the time of Attila 86 

In time of peace 197 

In the wake of the buccaneers 212 

In what torn ship 206 

Inca gold 123 

Incas treasure house 117 

Incident in Yorkville 203 

Incredible era 199 

India without fable 94 

Indian brother 135 

Indian cavalcade 194 

Indian chief 175 

Indian hunting grounds .:. 136 

Indians of the longhouse 132 

(El) Indio 125 

Industrial America 193 

Industrial revolution (Beard) 68 

Industrial revolution (Dietz) 74 

Industrial society , 193 

Industry in America 230 

Infamous army 72 

Influence of geography on our economic 

life 229 

Information Please Almanac 223 

Inheritance of poetry 218 

Inman, S. G. Latin America its place in 

the world today 129 

Innes, A. D. England under the Tudors 61 

Innes, H. Attack alarm 98 

Innocent wayfaring 40 

Inside Asia 93 

Inside Europe 98 

Inside Latin America 129 

Inside the U.S.A 204 

Intelligent heraldry 219 

International court 94 

International Cyc. of music & musicians 220 

International relations 216 

Into Mexico with General Scott 172 

Introduction to American government . , 231 
Introduction to English industrial hist. 79 

Inventions of the Great War , 196 

Inventors behind the inventor. 225 

logolevitch, P. Young Russian corporal 85 

Iran 10ft 

Ireland, G. Boundaries, possessions 'and 

conflicts in South America 12$ 

Iron brew J 

Iron land *J* 

Iron star < ** 



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Iron year 7 

Irrepressible conflict 174 

Irvine, H. D. Fray Mario . ... 116 

Irving, W. Alhambra 62 

Conquest of Granada 62 

Knickerbocker's hist, of New York 143 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow 228 

Voyages of Columbus 183 

Irwin, M. E. P. Stranger Prince ... 66 

Young Bess 54 

Isabella, young Queen of Spain 61 

Iseley, B. Blazing the way west 102 

Isham, P. S. Black Friday 186 

Island on the beam , .... 96 

Island war 204 

Islands of adventure 209 

Islands of Queen Wilhelmina 209 

Islands of the East Indies 210 

Islands of the Mediterranean 212 

Islands of the Pacific 210 

Islands on guard 210 

Isles of spice. 209 

It can't happen here 198 

It happened in Peking 81 

Ivan the Terrible 61 

Ivanhoe ^5 

Ives, M. L. He conquered the Andes. . 122 
Ives, V. Russia 94 



Jack Gregory ........................................ 

Jack Sutherland ................................. 

Jackh, E. Rising crescent .................. 

Jackson. H, H. Ramona ........... ..... 

Jacobin ..................................................... 

Jacobs, J. Pables of Aesop .......... 

Jacques Coeur ..................... - .......................... 

Jade brings luck ................... . ................ 

Jade of Destiny .............................. - .......... 

Jaffe, B Crucibles .................... - ............ 

Jagendorf, M. A. In the days of the Han 
James, B. R. Courageous heart .......... 

Six foot six .................................. 

James, G. P. R. Attila ......................... 

James, H. R. Our Hellenic heritage ..... 

James, M. Cherokee strip ...................... 

(The) Raven ................................ 

James, N. Bust on my heart ......... 

James, W. American cowboy ................. 

Big-enough ....................................... 

James and Joan .................................. 

James Watt .................................... 

Janice Meredith ............................................ 

Jan's victory ............................. ............... 

Janvier, T. A. Aztec treasure-house ..... 

Japan's islands of mystery. .................. 

Jarvis, J. A. Virgin Islands ................. ~. 

Jasmine .......................................................... 

Java iungl* tales ................................ 

Jaworski, I. D. Becoming American 
Jayhalker 
. Jealous gods ............................. ~ 

Jean Lafitte 

Jeanne D'Arc 

Jeb Stuart ....................................... - 

Jefferson D 

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Jennings, J. Next to valor 

Jennings, J, E. Gentleman ranker 

Salem frigate, 

Jennings, John. Sea eagles. 

Jenny's secret island 

Jensen, J. V. Chnbraans 

Fire and Ice. 

Jenson, O. Carrier war 

Jeremy Pepper 

Jerry and the pony express.. 



Jessie James was my neighbor 184 

Jesuits in North America 105 

Jewett, E. M. Hidden treasure ...... Si 

Told on the King's highway 42 

Jewett, & God's troubadour 42 

Jezebel the Jeep ~ 202 

Jim Biidger ... , .... 174 

Jimmy goes to war 196 

Jingkbob 187 

Joe Mason, apprentice to Auduboo 172 

Joe Magarac and his U. S. citizen papers 201 

Joffire . 88 

John, I. Crippled splendor 66 

John Adams & the American revolution 152 

John Brown, Terrible Saint. . 175 

John Brown 176 

John C. Calfaoun 176 

John Halifax, gentleman 64 

John L. Lewis 204 

John "Mfayg^MtT^ ... _ .,.,... 162 

John Hilton - ^ - . 66 

John o* the green ~ ... 41 

John Quincy Adams - , 151 

John Wesley ~ -.. 68 

Johnny Appleseed - 144 

Johnny Chinook 110 

Johnny Tremain 147 

Johnsen, J. E. Atomic bomb 204 

Canada and the western hemisphere 118 

Johnson, C. Sailing for gold 77 

Johnson, C. O. Borah of Idaho 200 

Johnson, D. W. Topography and strategy 

in the war 88 

Johnson, E. Runaway Balboa - 125 

Johnson, EL Pioneers of West Africa,.... 83 

Johnson, K. Rising 77 

Johnson, O. H. Bride in the Solomons 207 
Johnson, S. Queen of the Flat-tops . 2O4 
Johnson, S. J. New town in Texas. . , . 186 

Johnson, T- M. Lost BattaBon...^.^ - 88 

Johnson, V. Heaven's tableland 200 

Johnston, C. H. L. Famous ganerak of 

the Great War 

Our Kttte Viking cousins . . . ttl 

Johnston, H. W. Private life of the 

Romans - - * - *1 

Johnston, M. Croatan - 1*1 

Fortunes of Garin 

Great valley Iff 

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Prisoners of hope - 1*| 

Slave ship ; . - - Jjg 

To have and to hold . . .. . . Jjg 

Jonas, C. Beachhead on the wind J7 

Jonathan goes West JJJ 

Jones, L. A. Eli Terry . Jg 

Jones, N. Stffl to the west 1*7 

Swift flows the river ..-. .. . JJJ 
Jones, P. A. Coronado and Qmvija . . . US 
Jones, R. W. Journalism in tbe U. S. 
Jones, S. S. DoeumentB OB Aaaencaa 

foreign relations 

Jong, D. Level land. . . .. 

Jordan, R. B. Bom to figat 



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Joseoh Fooehe ** 

Joseph Smith and his* JCormoB empire.... 174 

."_".."7*".!." 129 

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Soldier Doctor . . . 

Judson, L. Let's go to Peru 

Julia Valeria 

Julius Caesar 

Jumping-off-place 

Jungle Highway - , . 

Jungle in the clouds 

Junipero Serra 

Justly dear 

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169 
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. 129 
.. 27 

81 

.... 186 
... 124 

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.. .. 78 



King of shadows . 
King of Fasaarai 
King of the Beggars 
King of the Khyber rifles 

King Otto's crown 

King Richard's land 

King Richard's squire ... 



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Kahlmann, C. Raquel 125 

Kane, H. T. Bride of fortune 179 

Kane, J. N. Famous first facts 223 

Kantor, MacK. Arouse and beware 179 

Cuba Libre 1J1 

Long remember 179 

Karig, W. Fortunate islands 211 

Karr, W. J. Explorers, soldiers and 

statesmen .. 1^ 

Karsner, D. John Brown, Terrible Saint 175 

Kantchfl*s lime pit 206 

Kraua, G. Catherine 66 

Keep my flag flying 164 

Keep the wagons moving 169 

Keesing, F. M. Native peoples of the 

Pacific world 211 

Pacific islands in war and peace .. . 211 
Kelland, C. B. Merchant of valor ... 54 

KeBog, C. Girl who ruled a kingdom 48 

KeDy, E. P. At the sign of the golden 

compass .. 54 

From star to star 55 

Golden star of Halich . 42 

Land of the Polish people 94 

Three sides of Agiochook 138 

Trumpeter of Krakow 55 

Kelly, R. King Richard's squire 42 

Kelsey, A. G. Ricardo's white horse . . 207 
Kelty, M. G. Old-world beginnings of 

America 133 

Kenilworth 59 

Kennedy, J. P. Horse-shoe Robinson .. . 148 
Kennedy, W. P. M. Constitution of 

Canada 113 

Kennerly, B. F. Eagles roar! 100 

Kent, F. R. Great game of politics 231 

Without grease ... 200 

Kent, L. A, He went with Magellan 55 

He went with Marco Polo 43 

He went with Vasco da Gama 55 

In the good old Colony times 14$ 

Two children of Tyre 18 

Kenton, E. With hearts courageous .. . 103 

Kentucky cargo 155 

Kentucky stand 152 

Kerr, A. B. Jacques Coeur 62 

Kerr, E. M. Town crier of Gevrey 85 

Kerr, L. N. Girl who ran for President 186 
Kerr, P. H. Growth of the British empire 83 
Kerr, W. B. Arms and the maple leaf. 110 

Kesten, H. Ferdinand and Isabella 55 

Keturah came 'round the Horn 165 

Keun, O. Foreigner looks at the T.V.A. 200 

Key, A. Liberty or death 148 

Keynes, J. M. Economic consequences 

of peace 94 

Kiely, M. O'Donel of destiny 55 

Kimball, M. Jefferson 153 

Kincaid, R. E. Wilderness road 153 

Kiner, G. How the world grew up , .. 15 

King, E. L. Main Ene 175 

King, G. Rise of Rome 31 

King, M. Coat of many colors 18 

Elizabeth the Tudor Princess 55 

Young King David 18 

King, R. E. Tempest over Mexico ... 129 
King-Hall, M. Jehan of the ready fists .. 43 

Sturdy rogue 65 

King Edward VII 82 

King Hveth 84 



King Tut-Ankh-Amen 17 

Kingdom of the Crusaders 4 

King's arrow 105 

King's cavalier 59 

King's man 41 

King's minstrel .. . 89 

King's spurs 39 

Kings-at-arms ... . 63 

Kingsley, C, Hypatia lg 

Westward Ho! 55 

Kinscella, H. G. History sings 228 

Kipling, R. Sea warfare 88 

Kirk, G. L. Philippine independence . . 200 
Kirkman, M. M. Romance of Alexander 

and Roxena 23 

Romance of Alexander the King 23 
Romance of Alexander the Prince . 23 
Kirkpatrick, F. A. Spanish Conquista- 

dores 118 

Kiser, M. G. Gay melody 169 

Kiss of Pharoah 18 

Kit Carson 174 

Kitchener's mob 85 

Kjelgaard, J. A. Rebel siege 148 

Kleeman, R. H. Young Franklin 

Roosevelt 191 

Klondike clan 112 

Klondike gold 190 

Knapp, G. L. Lone star of courage .. 169 
Quest of the golden cities ... ... 116 

Knapp, S. Eleanor Roosevelt 203 

Kneen, O. H. Young pioneers on western 

trails . . 169 

Knickerbocker's hist, of New York . .. 143 
Knipe, E. B. Maid of old Manhattan . ... 138 

Mayflower maid 138 

Viva La France 85 

Knight, C. Quest of the golden Condor. 116 
Knight, C. R. Before the dawn of hist. 15 

Life through the ages 16 

Knight, R. A. Brave companions 203 

Noah Webster 228 

Knight of Florence 41 

Knight of the revolution 146 

Knight of the sea 162 

Knight of the wilderness 109 

Knights at bay 56 

Knights of Charlemagne 34 

Knights of St. John 49 

Knights of the cape 130 

Knowles, M. W. Henry of Navarre 65 

Knox, E. M. Flags of dawn 43 

Swift flies the falcon .' 43 

Knox, R. B. Footlights afloat 186 

Kobbe, G. Complete opera book 219 

Komroff, M. Waterloo 72 

Konigsmark 67 

"Kon-Tiki" 210 

Korea today 234 

Korngold, R. Citizen Toussaint 211 

Two friends of man 175 

Kouwenhoven, J. A. Adventures of 

America 190 

Kramer, H! Marginal land 197 

Kraus, R. Old master , 94 

Krepps, R. W. Courts of the Lion 77 

Krey, L. And tell of time 186 

Kummer, F. A. Courage over the Andes 120 

First days of hist. 21 

First days of knowledge 16 

For flag and freedom 157 

Great road 21 

Leif Erickson, the Lucky 48 

Perilous island ~ 207 

Torch of liberty 157 

Kyle, A. D. Apprentice of Florence . ... 56 
Red sky over Rome 77 



Labor and democracy .... . . . 199 

Labor baron , ... . 205 

Labor dictionary . . . . 230 

Labor in America 230 

Labor movement in the U. S. . 190 

Labor story ... . . 230 

Labor unions in action . . . . 230 

Laboulaye, E. R. Quest of the four leaf 

clover ... 35 

Lad of old Williamsburg. . 140 

Lad with a whistle 75 

Lady of France . . 73 

LaFarge, C. East of Southwest 207 

LaFayette . 75 

LaGuardia, F. H. Making: of an 

insurgent . . 19S 

Laguna, F. Thousand march 77 

Lake of gold 104 

Lamb, H. Alexander of Macedon . 25 
Boy's Genghis Khan .... 48 

Crusades . .48 

Durandall 43 

March of the barbarians .. 48 

Lambert, R. S. Adv. to the polar seas ... 79 

Lampman, C. P. Great western trail 190 

Lamprey, L. AH the ways of building 219 

Children of ancient Britain . 38 

Children of ancient Gaul 28 

In the days of the guild . 43 

Long ago in Egypt . . . .18 

Masters of the guild . 43 

Story of weaving. . . 79 

Tomahawk trail .. 138 

Lancaster, B. Bright to the wanderer 106 
Guns of Burgoyne . . .148 

Phantom fortress.. . 148 

Scarlet patch 179 

Trumpet to arms . 149 

Lancaster, O. Saracen's head 43 

Land . - 82 

Land and the people of Canada . . . 114 
Land Columbus loved . 210 

Land for my sons . . . 146 

Land is bright . 164 

Land of plenty (Cantwell) .- 197 

Land of plenty (Teague) 205 

Land of Prester John ... . . 62 

Land of promise 170 

Land of the Polish people . 94 

Land of title Russian people . . 94 

Land of William Tefl .... - 92 

Land renewed . - - 227 

Landon, M. Anna and the King of Slain 77 

"Lands and People's" series 221 

Lane, C. D. Fleet in tbe forest . 157 

Lane, F. C. Earth's grandest rivers . 221 
Lane, M. America on relief . 200 

Lane, R. W. Free land ... ..186 

Lang, A. Conquest of Montezuma's 

empire 118 

Tartan tales 69 

Lang, D. Early tales of the atomic age 226 
Lang, J. Life of Nelson . . - 74 

Langdon, W. C. Everyday things in 

America 1607-1776 US 

Langer, W. L. Encyc. of world hist. 234 
Langford, G. Pic, the weapon-maker 14 

Langsam, W. C. Doc. and readings in 

hist, of Europe since 1918 - 218 
World since 1914 . 94 

Lansing, E. Ann Bartlett returns to the 

Philippines 208 

Lansing,. M. F. Liberators and heroes of 

Mexico 122 

Against aH o&is 122 

Magic gold - *J 

Mam's long climb *J 

Nicholas Arnold, toohnaker 167 

Page, esquire and knight - 35 

Lantern in ber hand . Iff 

LarraWe, E, My noose is yours ... 126 

Larry Scott of tbe Sao. .. , 282 



PAGE 

LaSalle (Hasbrook) 133 

LaSalle (Lockridge) ... 133 

LaSalle (Seymour) . . , , 144 

Last American frontier . . . 190 

Last billionaire . . . .200 

Last clash of the Claymores . , . 64 

Last days of Pompeii - . 27 

Last empress. . 83 

Last frontier (Cooper) 184 

Last frontier (Fast) 184 

Last full measure 180 

Last of the Gauchos 128 

Last of the Mohicans 135 

Last phase . 101 
Latane, J. H. From isolation to leader- 
ship 19$ 

Lathrop, W. Keep the wagons moving, 169 

Latin America (Cutright) 129 

Latin America (Duggan) ... . 129 

Latin America in world politics . . . 130 
Latin America its place in tbe world 

today 129 

Latin America and tbe U. S. . 130 

Latin-American leaders 122 

Latourette, K. S. Development of Japan 94 

Lau, J. S. Beggar boy of Galilee 19 

Laurels are cut down . . . 194 

Laurence, W. L. Dawn to zero . . 205 

Laut, A. C. Canada at the crossroads . . 108 

Cadfllac 108 

Conquest of our western hemisphere 175 
Overland trail .. .175 

Pathfinders of the west 162 

Pilgrims of tbe Santa Fe .. 122 

Lautaro 116 

Lauterbach, R. E. These are tbe 

Russians . ... 101 

LaVarre, W. Southward bo! . . 126 

Law of tbe sea . . -. ... 222 

Law unto themselves . , . .. 44 

Lawrence, the story of his life , 88 

Lawrence, C. H. New world horizons 222 
Lawrence, I. Gift of tbe golden cup 28 

Two for tbe show , -- 56 

Lawrence, J. If I have four apples - 197 
Sound of running feet . 198 

Lawrence, T. E. Revolt in tbe desert - . 88 
Lawrence in blue .... 87 

Lawrence tbe Arabian knight . , 88 
Lawson, R. Watchwords of liberty ~ 223 
Laytha, E. North again for gold . .. 113 
Lazaro in tbe pueblos. - 115 

Leacock, S. B. All right Mr. Roosevelt 113 

Leader of destiny 152 

Leading Constitutional decisions 214 

League of nations . . . . |J 

Least one . . . . . , 127 

Leaves in tbe wind 78 

Lederer, C, Eagles Quest . . .66 

Lee, M. H. Village of singing birds 116 

Volcanoes in tbe sun 126 

Lee tbe American 181 

Leech, H. Armoor *ad bis time 19& 

Leechman, D. Eskimo summer .. -. 118 
Lees of Arlington ' |S 

Leetch, D. L. AnneUe and ber family 138 
Leff, D. N. Uncle Sam's Pacific islets 211 

Leif and Tborkel 1* 

Leif Erikson, tbe Lucky ^48 

Leif ibe Locky . J 

Legacy ... . fjg 

Legacy of Greece . . 

Legacy of Rotoe . 

Legacy of tbe Middle Ags - 
LeGftHiezme, R. There was a ship 
Legend of Saint Cohraib* 
Legeiwl of Sleepy Hofiow 
Legends froua tbe vaBey of Mexico 

Legends of ancient Egypt 

Lesreods of Cbarlexaagifte 

^efglrtxra, M. C. Judith of Prase* .. 
Lenanttm, C. M. A. Napoieon at the 



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Lend-lease 205 

Lengyel, E. America's role in world 

affairs 234 

Dakar 9* 

New deal in Europe ... .94 

Siberia .. . . 94 

Lenin {Baker) 89 

Lenin (Fox) 93 

Lenski, L. A going to the westward.. . . 157 

Puritan adventure .... 139 

Leon Blum 95 

Leonard, J. N. Tools of tomorrow ... 193 
LeRossignol, J. E. Habitant-merchant .. 106 

Leslie, D. O. Wreath for Arabella 56 

Lesterman, J. Adv. of a Trafalgar lad . 72 

Sailor of Napoleon ... . 72 

Let the King beware 149 

Let the people sing . ... 91 

Let's go to Peru 129 

Letters of a Roman gentleman .... 31 

Level land 98 

Levermore, C. H. Anglo-American agree- 
ment 108 

Levy. H. Bombero 120 

Lewellen, J. B. You and atomic power ... 226 

Lewis, C. Sagittarius rising 85 

Lewis, E. F. When the typhoon blows . 98 
Lewis, F. Brooks too broad for leaping 186 

Suns go down 186 

Lewis, L. Captain Sam Grant 175 

Myths after Lincoln 190 

Sherman 182 

Lewis, S. It can't happen here . 198 

Liberators and heroes of Mexico 122 

Liberty maid 140 

Liberty or death 148 

LiddeH, H. B. H. War in outline 1914- 

1918 88 

Lidev A. A. Aztec drums 126 

Mystery of the Mahteb 43 

Ood-Le-Uk the wanderer 14 

Secret of the circle .... 43 

ThorcL Firetooth. .. .. .. 14 

Life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe 206 
Life and death of a Spanish town .... 95 

Life and labor in the old South ... 176 
Life and times of Simon Bolivar . 122 
Life and work of the people of England 

1000-1300 ... 47 

Life and work of the people of England 

14th cent. 47 

Life and work of the people of England 

15th cent. 61 

Life and work of the people of England 

16th cent. 61 

Life and work of the people of England 

17th cent. 69 

Life and work of the people of England 

18th cent. 69 

Life in ancient Britain 37 

Life in ancient Egypt 21 

Life in Elizabethan days .... . .61 

Life in the Homeric age , . .26 

Life in the Roman world . ..32 

Life of Alcibiades . . 25 

Life of Charlemagne . . 38 

Life of EBbert H. Gary 193 

Life of Henry Clay . , 176 

Life of Mohamet . 38 

Life of Nelson " .. 74 

Life of Simon de Montfort 48 

Life of the ancient East .... . 21 

Life of the ancient Greeks .. . 25 

Life on a Medieval barony 47 

Life on the English manor 47 

Life on the Mississippi 174 

Life through the ages 16 

Light bearers 25 

Lighting the torch 56 

Liflie, A. M. Nathan, boy of Capernaum 19 
Stephen, boy of the mountain . ... 19 
Lffiecrantz, O. A. Randvar, the song- 
smith 102 

Lily and the leopards 53 



PAGE 

Lincoln encyc 232 

Lincoln's war cabinet 181 

Linderman, F. B. Beyond law 169 

Lindsay, P. Knights at bay 56 

London bridge is falling 56 

Lindsey, E. International court $4 

Ling, P. D. Imperial incense 81 

Linklater, E. Robert the Bruce 48 

Linn Dickson Conferedate I7g 

Linnell, G. Behind the battlements 35 

Linton, R. Man's way from cave to sky- 
scraper 234 

Most of the world 234 

Lionhearted 45 

Lion of Barbary 77 

Liss, J. Radio's best plays 219 

Listen for the voices 165 

Listening man 34 

Litten, F. N. Airmen of the Amazon ... . 126 

Little book of the flag 221 

Little brother Francis of Assisi 48 

Little captive lad 64 

Little Dusty Foot 85 

Little era in old Russia 83 

Little Giant 176 

Little grandmother .. 87 

Little hist, of the wide world 235 

Little house in the big woods 188 

Little house on runners 168 

Little less than gods 71 

Little long rifle 159 

Little magic painter is 

Little Princesses 100 

Little wolf's brother 119 

Littling of Gaywood 142 

Lively adv. of Gavin Hamilton 67 

Lives (Plutarch) .31, 219 

Living high . . 126 

Living Jefferson . .. 161 

Living on our earth 222 

Living wild . 183 

Livingstone, R. W. Legacy of Greece . ... 25 
Lockridge, R. F. George Rogers Clark. .. 153 

LaSalle 133 

Lockwood, F. C. Stories of Spanish 

missions 118 

With Padre Kino on the trail . ... 118 
Lockwood, M. Delecta Ann 169 

Indian chief 175 

Up with the banner 169 

Lodging at the Saint Cloud 177 

Loewenstein, K. Brazil under Vargas ... 129 
Lofts, N. Esther 19 

Here was a man 56 

Log of the Ark 20 

Logan, H. A. Hist, of trade union 

organization in Canada 113 

Lohse, C. Mysterious continent 207 

Lomax, J. A. American ballads and 

folk songs 228 

London, J. Before Adam 14 

London Bridge is falling 56 

London pride 96 

Lone boy 169 

Lone star of courage .... 169 

Long, L. David Farragut 179 

Fuss 'n* feathers 175 

Square sails and spice islands ... . ... 170 

Long, M. H. Hist, of the Canadian 

people 109 

Long ago in Eigypt 18 

Long alert 97 

Long anchorage 168 

Long Balkan night 101 

Long defense 52 

Long discovery 197 

Long knives 146 

Long portage ... . 134 

Long remember 
Long rifle 

Long rope 183 

Long storm 179 

Long the imperial way ... 99 

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Longshanks . . . 170 

Lonsstreth, T. M. Hide-out . . 170 

Mounty in a Jeep . . ill 

Lons, H. Harm Wulf ... 56 

Look, listen, learn 224 

Lord, C. L. Historical atlas of the U. S. 217 

Lord, R. Behold our land 200 

Lord helps those 110 

Lord Hornblower 71 

Lord of Alaska 79 

Lord of London 39 

Lords of Arcadia 105 

Lords of creation 192 

Lorentz, P. (The) River 200 

Loring, J. West we go 170 

Lorna Doone . . 63 

Lost Americans 15 

Lost Baron . . 41 

Lost battalion 88 

Lost children of the Shoshones 158 

Lost heritage 90 

Lost island 206 

Lost king .. 23 

Lost Queen of Egypt 19 

Lost waltz 91 

Lost worlds .. . 16 

Loth, D. Alexander Hamilton . .. 162 

Lothrop, E. Early American inns and 

taverns 233 

Lothrop, W. Black River captive 139 

Loud sing cuckoo 46 

Louis XTV {Belloc) 68 

Louis XIV (Hassall) 69 

Lovejoy's complete guide to American 

colleges and universities 228 

Lovelace, M. H. Charming Sally 139 

Early candlelight 106 

Low, D. Years of wrath 217 

Lowdermilk, W. C, Palestine, land of 

promise 101 

Lowe, C. Gentle warrior 170 

Quicksilver Bob 157 

Lowe, C. B. Knight of the sea 162 

Lowell, A. L. British commonwealth of 

nations 113 

Lowell, E. J. Eve of the French 

revolution 74 

Lowitz, S. Young America's story of 

Franklin D. Roosevelt 200 

Lownsbery, E. Boy knight of Rheims 56 

Camel for a throne 19 

Lighting the torch 56 

Out of the flame 56 

Lowrie, D. A. Masaryk of Czechoslo- 
vakia 34 

Loyal foe 50 

Loyalist in the American revolution 153 

Lucas, E. Swamp Fox brigade 149 

Lucas, J. M. Man's first million years.... 16 

Lucas, M. S. Vast horizons 62 

Luck of the house S3 

Lucky shot. 168 

Ludwig, E. Bismark 79 

Defender of democracy. 94 

Hindenburg - 94 

Napoleon 74 

Luke's quest - 29 

Lump kin, G. To make my bread 198 

Lustig, S. Roses of the winds 77 

Lustre in the sky 78 

Luther, F. Americans and their songs.... 228 

Luther and his work. 61 

Luxor and its temples 21 

Lydia Bailey 268 

LynchrRobinson, C. Intelligent heraldry 219 
Lynd, R. S. Middletown in transition .. .. 200 
Lyman, G. D. Saga of the Comstock Lode 175 

I<ynn, M. Free soil - ~ 17* 

Land of promise 170 

Lyon, W. H. Constitution and the men 

who made it - 15* 



Me 

Macarthur, J. R. Ancient Greece and 

modern America 200 

Mac Arthur and the war against Japan. ,. 204 
MacArthur of Bataan . . . 205 

McCamy, J. L. Administration of foreign 

affairs 231 

McCann, D. J. Saint Benedict 38 

McCarthy, J. H. If I were King 57 

McCartney, E. S. Warfare fay land and 

sea Ji 

McCarty, H. EL Geographic basis of 

American economic life ... 229 

McKlintock, M. Nobel Prize treasury 219- 
Story of the Mississippi 229 

McClung, N. L. Clearing in the west 111 

McConneil, W. J. Frontier Jaw 190 

McCord, J. Redhouse on the hOl ... 179 

McCracken, H. Great white buffalo 175 

Pershing _. _. . .. 196 

McCuIIoch, J. H. Men of KOdonan . 111 

McCune, G. MeA. Korea today . . . 234 

McCune, W. Nine young men 205 

McDaniel, W. B. Roman private life . . . 31 
MacDonald, G. St. George & St. Michael 66 

McDonald, L. S. Behring's potlatclL 66 

MacDonald, N. Canada 1763-1841 109 

Orchid hunters., ~ 126 

Macdonald, W. Documentary source book 

of American hist. 215 

Select charters and other documents 215 

Select documents 215 

Select statutes and other documents 215 

MacDonald, Z. Two on a tow . . ._ 17 

McElroy, R. M. Grover Cleveland 19 

McFarlane, C. T. Present war . . . 200 
McFee, L N. C. How oar government 

is run , 231 

McFee, W. Law of the sea, . 222 

McGiffert, A. C. Martin Luther "... " . 62 
MacGowan, A. Trail of the little wagoa 170 
MacGowan, K. Early man in the new 

world ~ ... - 16 

MacGregor, M. E. M. Gentleman 

adventurer Ill 

McGucMn, M. C. Mary Stnart 62 

McHenry, D. E. Third force in Canada 113 

Mclnnis, E. Canada - 113 

Mclntyre, J. T. Drums in the dawn . - 149 

Stained sails 66 

Maclver, R. M. Great expressions of 

human rights _.-. fffi^r 

MacKaye, D. L. Twenty-fifth mission...,. 96 

MacKaye, L. We of Frabo stand 44 

McKee, P. Warriors with wings, .. 206 

Mackenzie, D. A. Footprints of early 

McKeon, ^"Selections " from * Medieval'"' 

philosophers, I . - 48 

Selections from Medieval philoso- 
phers n . .. .~ ~ .. 48 

McKxniay, A. P. Letters of a Roman 

gentleman . .. ^1 

McKinley, A. B. School hist, ol the 

Great War 106 

McEmfey, M. Canadiait heroes of pioneer 

10 



Canadian heroines of pioneer days... 168 
McKinky, S. B. Old Rough and Beady ... ITS 
McLaughlin, A. C. Readings in the hist. 

of the American natta . 215 

MacLennan, H. Two solitudes 111 

MacLeod. M. Book of Kin* Artbar~.,.219, SS 

MacManns, M. J. Samoa de Valera... 94 

Meiteefcin, L McL. Jotzraey cafce 1W 

Robert B. Lee . . -,7 ; - - Jg 

MacMiBan, W. Arctic ad wn lure ... 267 

McMurtrie, D. C. Wings for words ... .57, 2 

McHangfeton, F. This maa Truman 6 

McNeeiy. M. H. Jumpmg-off place ... 196 
MeNeer, M- Y. California sold rush 17* 

John Wesley "* 



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Story of the great plains 229 

Waif maid 57 

McNeil, E. For the glory of France 102 

Shadow of the Iroquois 107 

Shores of adventure 102 

Tonty of the iron-hand. 66 

McNeill-Moss, G. Siege of Alcazar 94 

McNeflly, M. M. Each bright river 170 

McNickle, D'A. They came here first 133 

Hacquarrie, H. Vouza and the Solomon 

islands 207 

McSwigan, M, Juan of Manila 203 

Snow treasure 98 

McWiniams, C. Factories in the fields ... 200 



M 



Mass, E. Dream of Philip H 62 

Queen's physician 66 

World and paradise 56 

MachiaveHi and his times 62 

Machines 192 

Machines over men 201 

Mack, E. C, Peter Cooper 175 

Mad Anthony 153 

Made in India 101 

Madelin, L. French revolution 74 

Madeline takes command 104 

Madison, C. A. American labor leaders 230 

Critics and crusaders 222 

Madonna of the barricade 78 

Magellan 133 

Magic gold 43 

Magic of numbers 221 

Magna Charta stories 41 

Magoon, M. W. Emperor's nephew 35 

Little Dusty Foot 35 

Mahaffy, J. P- Old Greek life 25 

Social life in Greece 25 

What have the Greeks done for 

modern civilization? 25 

Mahatma 101 

Mahdi of ATlW . ... ." 79 

Maid of old Manhattan 138 

Maid of old New York 134 

Hail goes through 233 

Main line 175 

Mainzer, F. Caesar's mantle. 31 

Major, C. When knighthood was in 

flower 57 

Major Grant 72 

Make way for the brave 163 

Making of an insurgent 193 

Making of Egypt 22 

Making of modern Germany 79 

MTfrVir. g of Pakistan 235 

MaUcus, A. S. Caravans to Santa Fe 120 

Citadel of a hundred stairways 126 

Eastward sweeps the current 207 

Fifth for the King 116 

Pirate's port 139 

MaHery, R. Masterworks of travel 222 

MaHette, G. Once is forever 203 

Mallory, W. H. Political handbook of the 

world 234 

Malta magnificent 100 

Man, an autobiography 16 

Man and his records 15 

Man before hist. 15 

Man called Cervantes 53 

Man for the ages 177 

Man of the storm 156 

Man on the raft 203 

Man on the white hoarse , 34 

Man, the miracle maker 16 

Man who would not wait. 161 

Man who dared to care 134 

Man with -the iron hand 102 

Man with wings 51 

Mann, E. B. With spurs 186 



PAGE 

Mann, M. Nathan Hale 149 

Manning, C. A, Marko, the King's son ... 77 

Manor life in old France ".". 61 

Man's first million years 1$ 

Man's long climb 1$ 

Man's way from cave to skyscraper !.!." 234 

Manual of Egyptian archaeology 21 

March of the barbarians 43 

March of the iron men 45 

Marches of the North ' 109 

Marching on (Boyd) 177 

Marching on (Strachey) 173 

Marching to Jerusalem 42 

Marco Polo, Junior ".*." 90 

Marco Polo, Travels of 222 

Marconi, pioneer of radio 225 

Marcu, V. Accent on power 62 

Marcuse, L. Soldier of the Church 62 

Marett, R. H. K. Eye-witness of Mexico 129 

Marginal land 197 

Maria Paluna ."...!!!"."!!!"!." 117 

Maria Theresa 69 

Maria Theresa of Austria 69 

Marie Antoinette (Belloc) 74 

Marie Antoinette (Vance) 73 

Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia. Edu. 

of a Princess 83 

Marines in review 204 

Mark Twain, see Clemens, S. L. 

Marko, the King's son 77 

Marquis, T. G. Stories from Canadian 

hist. 103 

Marriott, J. A. R. Queen Victoria and 

her ministers 79 

Marschall, P. Dauntless liberator. 122 

Marsh, F. B. Reign of Tiberius 31 

Marsh, J. A 'Prentice in old London 66 

Marshall, B. Redcoat and minuteman .... 149 

Yellow tapers for Paris 98 

Marshall, B, G. Cedric, the forester 44 

Old Hickory's prisoner 157 

Marshall, E. Seward's folly 186 

Yankee Pasha 157 

Marshall, J. L. Santa Fe, that built an 

empire .. - 198 

Marshall, R. Van Der Z. None but the 

brave 57 

Marta of Muscovy 67 

Martha, daughter of Virginia 142 

Martha Washington 152 

Martial spirit 193 

Martin, D, Adventure in Tunisia 91 

Martin, F. Hunting the silver fleece 211 

Martin, G. M. Warwickshire lad 57 

Martin, R. G. Boy from Nebraska 205 

Martin Hyde 67 

Martin Luther 62 

Marx, F. M. Foreign governments 234 

Marx, K. Capital 234 

Mary '....'.. 17 

Mary Montgomery, rebel 17$ 

Mary Stuart (Criss) 61 

Mary Stuart (McGuckin) 62 

Masaryk of Czechoslovakia 94 

Masefield, J. Book of discoveries 36 

Gaflipoli 85 

Martin Hyde 67 

Mason, A. E, W. Fire over England 57 

Konigsmark . 67 

Mason, F. Van W. Cutlass empire 207 

Mason, G. Remember the Maine 193 

South of yesterday 129 

Mason, M. E. Three ships came sailing in 139 

Mason, O. T. Origins of invention 16 

Womans place in primitive society - 16 

Maspero, G. C. C. Life in ancient Egypt 21 

Manaual of Egyptian archaeology.... 21 

Master Kung , 38 

Master of Manhattan 193 

Master Skylark 49 

Masters, D. Romance of excavation , 22 

Submarine war 88 

Masters, J. G. Stories of the far west.... 175 
Masters of mass production 2&4 



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Masters of the guild * 43 

Masterworks of travel and exploration . 222 

Matchlock gun 136 

Materials of industry. 230 

Mathematics for the millions 225 

Mathews, B. Quest of liberty 139 

Mathews, S. French revolution 74 

Matter of love 125 

Matthews, E. L. Over the blue wall . . 157 

Man, A. Pompeii 31 

Maurois, A. Disraeli .79 

Washington 149 

Mawer, A. (The) Vikings 38 

Mayer, A. I. Defense of the castle . 36 

Falconer's son 36 

Olympiad 23 

Mayer, J. Never to die 22 

Mayflower boy 142 

Mayflower heroes 142 

Mayflower maid 138 

Maynard, T. De Soto and the Conquista- 

dores 118 

Mayneng, M. Broken arc ".".." 98 

Mazer, S. Yossele's holiday and the brave 

Maccabees 19 

Mazzini, Garibaldi and Cavour 80 

Meader, S. W. Down the big river 157 

Jonathan goes west 170 

Longshanks 170 

Rivers of the Wolves ".. 139 

Sea snake 203 

Shadow in the pines . .. 203 

Trap-lines north, . Ill 

Who rides in the dark? 158 

Meadowcroft* E. TiaM. Abe "Lincoln and 

his times 182 

By secret railway. 170 

By wagon and flatfaoat 158 

First year 1S9 

Gift of the river 19 

On Indian trails 139 

Ship boy with Columbus . . 131 

Meadowcroft. W. H. Boys' life of Edison 193 

Means, F. C. Moved outers . 203 

Silver fleece 139 

Teresita of the valley 198 

Means, P. A. Fall of the Inca empire. .... 118 

Spanish TYI^-ITI 118 

Tupak of the Incas 116 

Measure of a nation 233 

Medary, M. Buckeye boy 171 

Medici 62 

Medieval byways .... 48 

Medieval costume and life 47 

Medieval days and ways 47 

Medieval England 48 

. Medieval Papacy in action . 47 

Medieval people 48 

Mediterranean spotlights 210 

Meeker, E. Ox-team days on the Oregon 

trail 175 

Meet your ancestors 15 

Mefes, C. L. As the crow flies 158 

Mounted messenger 149 

Railroad west 187 

Rain on the roof 131 

Trade wind 149 

MeSdtejohn, N. Cart of many colors , . . . 85 

Mem Kampf 93 

MeUer, W. B. Patton 205 

Melting pot 230 

Melvffle, H, Typee. . , 267 

Memoirs of the Crusades 47 

Men and iron ~... 175 

Men and machines - 199 

Men and women of Piantagenet England 48 

Men around the Kaiser 83 

Men before Adam 1 

Men cannot teU 141 

Hen in buckskin , ~ 141 

Men of Albermarfe - 147 

Ken of iron ~ .. 44 

Men of KSdoaan . - Ill 

Men of old Greece ~.~ , * 



Men of the old stone age 16 

Men of the Sulu sea. ... . 206 

Men of turmoil 95 

Menke, F. G. New Encyc. of sports 221 

Merchant of valor 54 

Merchant of the ruby. 53 

Merchants of death 88 

Mere Marie of the Ursulines . 104 

Merejkowski, D. Romance of Leonardo 

da Vinci 57 

Merin and Shari . 46 

Meriwether, S. Story of the telephone 2SJ 
Meriwether Lewis . . ... 162 

Meriwether Lewis of Lewis and dark. . 162 
Merrick, E. From this hSI look down... 198 

Frost and fire m 

Merriman, R. B. Suleiman the Magnifi- 
cent 62 

Merry adventures of Robin Hood ... 44 

Merry pilgrimage 6 

Merrylips 64 

Mersereau, S. F. Materials of industry. 23* 

(The) Messenger 37 

Messenger to Pharaoh. 2* 

Messer Marco Polo 39 

Metipom's hostage 1S4 

Metten of Tyre 17 

Mexican maze 128 

Mexican village , 126 

Mexico (Holmes) 129 

Mexico (Tennenbaum) ISO 

Mexico and the Inca lands 117 

Mexico before Cortex . .. . 119 

Mexico from Cortes to Carrenza 118 

r, J, G. Following the flag 228 

r, J. S. Picture book of molecules 

and atoms . . 226 

Picture book of the weather . - 221 

Mleah Clarke. 64 

Michael's victory .".".,. " "LZ1""""""""! 169 

Michel's flinging sword ., , 46 

Miehelson, M. Petticoat King ... 57 

Middle ages , 48 

Middletown in transition 2** 

Miers, E. S. Valley in arms 1*9 

Mike of Company D 194 

Miller H. T. Bark aJT 14t 

Sound of Chariots.... 140 

Miller, J. C. Origins of the American 

revolution 153 

MiBer, L. E. Hidden pwie'!"!"""~!~"! 117 

Miller, W. Greece and the Greeks 25 

Miller, W. H. Sahara sands....... 81 

MflboBen, H. D. Presidents on parade. .. 221 

Milhaus, K, First Christmas crib 44 

Mfflin, S. G. General Smuts. ..... 8S 

Miffis, W. Last Phase 11 

Martial spirit -, 198 

Road to war 196 

Mffis, D. Book of the ancient Greeks. 25 

Book of the ancient FT"**** SI 

Book of the ancient world. .... 22 

Middle ages ~ .. 48 

People of ancient Israel 22 

Beaaissance and Reformatkm tizaes 2 

Him, L. J. It happened in Peking 81 

Mine inheritance 1*7 

Mine is tbe kingdom ,- 58 

Miner, L. S. 791k! waters .. 171 

Miniatore hist, of the war - .. 1** 

Minnigerode, M. Cockades T7 

CorneHa Cbantrefl .... 179 

Terror of Pera U7 



Miranda is a Princess 
Mirrors of Dowsing Street. 
Mirza, T. B. Sou of the sword. 



BBO t ....... - ____ ........... 

Miss Ulysses from Pafca-Pofca. 
Mitchell. B. T. Bncye, of American 

politics ..... -.... ......... _____ 

Mitchell, K. L. I*** wiSicwl; fi&fe. 



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Mitchell, M. Gone with the wind 
- - E. C. Dust of Mexico .. 



Moccasin 



cuckoo land . 

Conquered . * 

Corn King and Spring Queen .. 
trail . 

?* d ( BrtSHffiT 

Modern arms and free men 

Modern encyc. of cooking 

Modern foreign governments 

Modern tragedy . .... 

Modern wonderbook of ships . . . 
Modern wonderbook of trains and rail- 



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167 
177 



g 

4 

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reading 



Jayhawker "..'..". 38 



slippers . - 
Overland trail 
Monday tales 



. 'A.' Tom Jefferson" 



3/75 
76 
51 






Montgmery, J- 8. 
Montgomery, R. B. 



incien 



I: 

Moorehead, A. Eclipse 
End in Africa 



207 









Morley, L .rou aa ........................ 

Morning light .............................................. 158 



- 
Discing in Yucatan ......... .......... 11S 

MorrisT C. Heroes of discovery in ^ 

America .. ........................ cq 

Morris, C. L. Maria Theresa .................. 69 

Morris, G. W. Golden fleece . .................. J4 

Morris, R. Susan and ArabeUa ............ m 

Morrison, L, Lost Queen of Egypt .......... 

Morrow, H. W. Black Daniel ...................... WJ 

Forever free .......................................... lg _ 

Great captain ...................................... *" 

Last full measure. .................................. g 

Let the king beware. ............................ J 

On to Oregon ...................................... ^Ir 

We must march... .... ............................. f-JLi 



PAGE 

Trader's dream . ... 57 

Moulton, H. G. Controlling factors in 

economic development 230 

(The) Mountain and the Plain 71 

Mountain village 92 

Mountains are free 38 

Mountains are mine 168 

Mountains wait 100 

Mounted messenger 149 

Mounty in a Jeep Ill 

Moved outers .. 203 

Mower, L. T. Riptide of aggression 94 

Mr. and Mrs. John Quincy Adams . ... 161 

Mr. Britiing sees it through 87 

Mr. Lincoln's wife 177 

Mr. Madison's war 159 

Mrs. Astor's horse 192 

Mrs. Norton of Mexico 124 

Mudlark 80 

Muir, D. E. Machiavelli and his times.... 62 

Muir, R. Expansion of Europe 83 

Economic consequences of the Great 

War 94 

Mule of the Parthenon.... . ... 24 

Muller, C. G. How they carried the goods 233 

Mumf ord, L. Story of Utopias 234 

Mundy, T. King of the Khyber rifles ... 86 

Queen Cleopatra 22 

Rung ho I .' 77 

Tros of Samothrace 28 

Munro, D. C. Kingdom of the Crusaders 48 

Source book of Roman hist. 213 

Munro, D. G. U. S. and the Caribbean 

area 130 

Muntz, H. Golden warrior 44 

Murphy, E. F. Pere Antoine 158 

Song of the cave 19 

Murray, D. L. Commander of the Mist.... 67 

Murray, G. Euripedes and his age 26 

Murray, M. A. Splendor that was Egypt 22 
Mussolini, B. My Autobiography .... .... 94 

Muzzy, D. S. Readings in American hist. 215 

My American heritage 227 

My Austria .-. 95 

My autobiography 94 

My dear Patsy 161 

My first geography of the Pacific 211 

My four years in Germany 83 

My glorious brothers 17 

My home in the field of honor 85 

My house is yours 126 

My lady of Cleves 49 

My lady of the North, 180 

My lady of the South 180 

My mystery ships 

My Saint Patrick 

Myers, H. Our lives have just begun 

Utmost island 

Myers, J. M. (The) Alamo 

Mygatt, T. D. Armor of light. 

Myklebpst, T. They came as friends 101 

Mysterious continent 

Mysterious island 

Mystery of the Mahteb . . 

Mystery of the Mayan jewels 124 

Mystery schooner 

Myths after Lincoln..... 

Myths of northren lands 

Mytinger, C. Headhunting in the 



John MarshaU 



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44 



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28 



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Mossop, G. Running the gauntlet ............. 8Z 

Most of the world ......................................... J|t 

(The) Mothers, ... . ................................... 

Mottram, B. H. Noah ................................... 19 



Nadaud, M. Birds of a feather 
Nancy flyer 

Napoleon - 

Napoleon at the Channel 
Napoleon in review 
Narcissa Whitman 
Nathan, boy of Capernaum 
Nathan Hale tt>*rrow) 
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Nations of nations .................... 229 

Native peoples of the Pacific world ..... 211 

Navarre of the North ............................... 84 

Navigator ....................................... 141 

Nazaroff, A. I. Land of the Russian 

People ................................................. 94 

Nazi primer .............................................. 93 

Neal, J. E. Queen Elizabeth, ................ 62 

Nebraska coast ........... . .................................. 165 

Nehru of India ...................................... 101 

Neihardt, J. G. Splendid wayfaring ........ 158 

Nelson ............................................................ 75 

Neuman, A. Another Caesar ................... 78 

Neureuther, K. U-boat stories .................. 86 

Never to die ............................................... 22 

Neville, I*. E. Aviation dictionary ....... 226 

Nevin, E. C. Lost children of the Sho- 

shones ........................................... 158 

Sign of the anchor ....................... 28 

Nevins, A. Century of political cartoons 217 
Emergence of modern America ........ 190 

Fremont .......................................... 176 

New American government ................... 231 

New day ................................................ 208 

New Deal in action ..................................... 201 

New Deal in Europe ................................ 94 

New Deal in old Rome ...................... 31 

New encyc. of sports ............................ 221 

New found world ................................ 118 

New governments in Europe ........ 220 

New land ............................................. 188 

New Larned hist ............................. 234 

New light on the most ancient East ...... 21 

New map of Africa, ..._ .............................. 83 

New map of Asia .............................. 83 

New map of Europe . ................ 83 

New map of South America ............ 121 

New roads to riches in the other 

Americas .............................................. 130 

New Russia's primer ................................ ... 94 

New society .................................................. 230 

New town in Texas ..................................... 186 

New World ................................................ 88 

New world atlas ................ . ................... 217 

New world horizons .......................... 222 

New world neighbors ............................. 234 

New world power ..................... 113 

Newberry, P. Castaway island .................... 207 

Forward ho! ............. 195 

Newboldt, H. Tales of the Great War ..... 86 

Newcomb, C. Black fire. ............................... 207 

Vagabond in velvet .......................... 5T 

Newman, B. Balkan background ..... ....... 94 

News of the nation ........... .... . .......... . ......... 215 

Next hundred years- ................... - ............... 226 

Next to valor ........................... ............. 106 

Next year in Jerusalem ........................... 80 

Neyhart, L. A, Henry Ford ......................... 193 

Henry's Lincoln .................................... 171 

Nicanor of Athens ..................................... 23 

Nicholas Arnold, toolmaker .................... 157 

Nicholas, H. G. Congress of Vienna ....... 79 

Nicholson, M. Cavalier of Tennessee. ....... 158 

Nickolls, I*. A. Royal cavalcade ............... 101 

Nicolay, H. Andrew Jackson ................... 176 

Born to command. ......................... 205 

Boy's life of Alexander Hamilton .. . 158 
Boy*s life of Benjamin Franklin.... 153 

Boys* life of Thomas Jefferson ...... 12 

Bridge of water. .......................... 180 

China's first lady ....................... 95 

Decatur of the old navy ......... , ...... 162 

Macarthur of Bataan ............................. 205 

Nicolina .................................................. 89 



Nichols, W. H. Morgan rifleman . 
S. H. Panama 



149 



J. Mexican village 



NBco's mountains 

Niles, B. Day of immense sun 

Maria Paluma 

Passengers to Mexico. 
Nimble-legs 
Nine young' men 



126 



117 
117 



Ninety-three . ... 72 

Niven, F. Mine inheritance 107 

No other white man 161 

No place to hide. 225 

No surrender 96 

Noah 19 

Noah Webster 228 

Nobel Prize treasury 219 

Noble, K Outposts of the fleet 86 

Noble, H. Woman with a sword 180 

Nolan, J. C. Andrew Jackson 158 

Florence Nightingale. 79 

Hobnail boots 158 

John Brown. 176 

Little giant . 176 

Patriot in the saddle 158 

Bed Hugh of Ireland. ... _ 58 

Treason at the Point. 150 

Young Douglas . ~~... 58 

Noel Howard, Tr>fa|qfaipTniyp fi 

Nolan, E. W. Secret of the Potomac 158 

Nolichucky Jack ~ 155 

None but the brave 57 

None frflTT know 96 

None shall look back ~ 178 

Nordhoff, C. Botany Bay 207 

Bounty trilogy 208 

Falcons of France .- 86 

High Barfaaree 268 

Normans in European hist 47 

Norris, F. (The) Pit 191 

North, B C. Bob North starts exploring 111 

North Africa 92 

North again for gold US 

North to the unknown 196 

North winds blow free 106 

Northrop, B. Story of costume 219 

Northward to Albion , 45 

Northwest Mounted - - 114 

Northwest passage. 107 

Norton, A- M. Scarface 208 

Sword in sheath. 268 

Sword is drawn .- - ~ 208 

Norton, T. J. Constitution of the TJ. S. 153 

Nostrome . - - ~ 12* 

Not so long ago. ~ 191 

Nothing to fear 205 

Notre Dame de Paris ~ 64 

Nourse, M. A. China, country of 

contrasts * 

Nunn, G. White shadows - 126 

Nute, G. L. Voyageur ~ JJJ 

Nygaard, N. E. Deep forest 12* 

They sought a country ** 



Oak tree house ~ 

Gates, V. Bamboo gate, ... 

By sun and stars - 

Footprints of the dragon 

Oakley, A. Behold the West Indies .... 

O'Brien, J. S. Eetorn of Sarcr Chief 

Ocean outposts 

Oceania 

O'Consefl, C. Victor book of symphonies 

Octavia 

O*DeU, S- Woman of Spaa 

O'Donel of destiny 

OTOnffy. E. Wasted island 

Odyssey ^ 1: 

Odysseos, sage of Greece. 

Oertei, T. E. Jack SaifcerlaiKl 

Of the earth earthly. ; . 

Of water and the spirit 

CPFaolain, S, King of the beggars . 

Off to Philadelphia 

O'Flaberty, L, Land . 

Ogden, G. W. Sooner land _ ... 

Ogg, F. A. Jatrodoctioaa to American 



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211 

111 

21ft 

299 

219 

29 

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Reign of Andrew Jackson 176 

Source book of Medieval hist. 213 

Ogg, O. (The) 26 letters 221 

Ogley, D. Iron land 171 

Og son of fire 1& 

Oil, blood and sand 100 

Oil for the lamps of China 191 

Oklahoma 184 

Old days and ways 143 

Old France 37 

Old Greek life, 25 

Old Hickory's prisoner 157 

Old Kaskaskia 135 

Old Leatherface of the Flying Tigers 204 

Old master 94 

Old regime in North America 103 

Old Rough and Ready 175 

Old Santa Fe Trail 233 

Old soldiers never die 99 

Old Spain in our Southwest 122 

Old Tippecanoe 161 

Old towpaths " 175 

Old Wolf 152 

Old world traits transplanted 193 

Oldham, E. B. Pedro's pirate. 117 

Olds, E. Riding the rails 233 

Old-world beginnings of America 133 

Oliver, J. Mine is the kingdom 58 

Oliver, R. T. Why war came to Korea . . 234 

Oliver Cromwell (Buchan) 61 

Oliver Cromwell (Ross) 69 

Oliver Hazard Perry 161 

Olveago, L. (La) Capitane 91 

Olympiad 23 

Oman, Carola Crouchback 58 

Major Grant 72 

Oman, Charles, Seven Roman statesmen 31 

Oman, C. W. C. Byzantine Empire 48 

On Indian trails with Daniel Boone. 139 

On Jordan's stormy banks 180 

On land and sea with Caesar 80 

On Pacific frontiers 176 

On the decks of "Old Ironsides" 162 

On the edge of the fiord 99 

On the trail of Chief Joseph 187 

On to Oregon 171 

On to Suez! 82 

Once in the first time 208 

Once is forever 203 

One braver thing 106 

One 'foot in America 229 

One God 224 

One nation 205 

One world - 205 

One-act plays of spiritual power. 224 

O'Neill, C. K. Morning time 16S 

O'Neill, G. Golden years in Paraguay 118 

O'Neill, H. Picture story of the 

Philippines 211 

Only the valiant 188 

Only yesterday 199 

Ood-Le-Uk the wanderer 14 

Opening the iron trail 180 

Orchid hunters 126 

Orczy, E, Spy of Napoleon 78 

Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel .. 73 

Oregon traiL 176 

Orient past and present 235 

Origins and background of the Second 

World War : 216 

Origins of Invention ~ 16 

Origins of the American Revolution 153 

Origins of the Triple Alliance 82 

Origins of the World War. 196 

Orth, S. P. Our foreigners 193 

Orton, H. F* Gold-laced coat 107 

Hoofbeats of freedom 150 

Lad of WiHiamsburg 140 

Winding river 150 

Orvieto, 1*. Birth of Rome 28 

Osborn, F. Pacific world 211 

Osborn, H. F. Men of the old stone age 16 
Oakinson, J. M. Tecumseh and his times 162 
Otero, N. Old Spain in our Southwest.... 122 



PACT 

Other young Americans J29 

Ottiey, R. Black Odyssey 282 

Otto of the Sflver Hand 45 

Oudard, G. Four cents an acre 162 

Our American government 231 

Our American music 228 

Our Atlantic possessions 193 

Our foreign born citizens 229 

Our foreigners 193 

Our Hellenic heritage 25 

Our Indians 133 

Our land ond our Lady .." 104 

Our Latin American neighbors.. . 128 

Our little Athenian cousin 22 

Our little Cartheginian cousin 30 

Our little Celtic cousin 37 

Our little Corinthian cousin 24 

Our little Crusader cousin 4$ 

Our little Frankish cousin 37 

Our little Macedonian cousin 23 

Our little Roman cousin 27 

Our little Saxon cousin 34 

Our little Viking cousin 131 

Our lives have just begun 44 

Our living forests 226 

Our national Constitution 231 

Our nation's heritage 132 

Our times vol. HI 193 

Out of a clear sky 163 

Out of the flame 56 

Outposts of the fleet 86 

Over the blue wall 157 

Overbeck, A. O'R. Living high 126 

Overland trail (Laut) 175 

Overland trail (Monaghan) 175 

Owen, R. B. Caribbean caravel 208 

Owen, W. Automotive transportation 233 

Oxenham, J. Splendor of the dawn 29 

Oxford companion to American literature 227 

Ox-team days on the Oregon trail 175 

Ox-team miracle 189 



(The) Pacific : 209 

Pacific islands 211 

Pacific islands in the war 211 

Pacific relations 200 

Pacific treasure islands 209 

Pacific world 211 

Page, E. Tree of liberty 159 

Wild horses and gold 191 

Wilderness adventure 140 

Page, T. N. Red rock 180 

Two little confederates 180 

Page, esquire and knight 35 

Pageant of America 232 

Pageant of Canadian hist. 113 

Pageant of middle American hist. 130 

Pageant of the seven seas , 222 

Paine, A. B. Girl in the white armor 58 

Paine, R. D. Blackbeard, Buccaneer. 140 

Roads of adventure 193 

Paine, R. D. Ships across the sea. 195 

Painted arrow 137 

Painter*s coach 154 

Palencia, I de. Juan *1 

Palestine W* 

Palma, R. Knights of the cape. 130 

Palmer, E. Give me a river 171 

Palmer, R. R. Hist, of the modern world 234 

Panama - 3L*8 

Panama and its "bridge of water" 130 

Panama passage ~ IJJ 

Pan-American Day IJJ 

Pancakes Paris JJ 

Pandora's box - *? 

Paquita JS 

Paradise 1** 

Paradise planters JJJ 

Paraguay i* 1 



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Parcel of rogues .................................... 51 

Pares, R. War and trade in the West 

Indies ............................... 122 

Parish, J. C. Man with the iron hand . 102 
My lady of the South ................... 180 

Park, R. E. Old world traits transplanted 193 
Parker, G. Promised land ................... 19 

Seats of the mighty ................... 102 

Trail of the sword ......... 107 

Parkman, F. Count Frontenac and New 

France ................ ................. 103 

Jesuits in North America ............. 103 

Old regime in North America ........... 103 

Oregon trail ....................................... 176 

Pioneers of France in the new world 104 
Struggle for a continent ...... 109 

Parkman, M. R. Conquests of invention 193 
Fighters for peace ...................... 88 

Parks, E. W. Little Long Rifle ............. 159 

Pioneer pilot ................................. 169 

ParaeU ...................................................... 83 

Parrish, A. Clouded star ............. 171 

Parrish, R. My lady of the North ...... . ...... 180 

Parrot dealer ........................ 128 

Parry, E. S. Betsy Boss, Quaker rebel... 153 
Parton, E. Mule of the Parthenon ............ 24 

Passengers to Mexico .................................. 120 

Passionate brood ........................................ 38 

Pathfinders of the West ........................... 162 

Paths of glory .................................. 194 

Patman, W. Our American government 231 
Patrick Henry ........................................ 152 

Patriot in the saddle ................................ 158 

Patsy Jefferson ................................... ~. 151 

Patterson, A. W. Redcoats at Castine ...... 150 

Patterson, F. T. White wampum ........ 103 

Patterson, 6. Story of Britain & Canada 113 
Fatten ..... , ................... , ................................ 205 

Paul, E. H. Life and death of a Spanish 

town .......................... , ........................ 95 

Paul Bunyan .... ................................. - ............. 228 

Paul of France ........................................ 46 

Paul Revere (Rogers) ............................... 150 

Paul Revere (Taylor) ................................ 153 

Paul Revere and the world he lived in ... 152 
Pauli, H. E. Golden door ........................ 187 

Paulmier, H. C. Pan-American Day .......... 130 

Paulo in the Chilean desert .......................... 127 

Paxson, F. L. American democracy and 

the World War ................................... 196 

Last American frontier ........................ 190 

Pay dirt ................................... ~ ...................... 187 

Peace atlas of Europe. ....... f ........... ~ ........... 220 

Peacock sheds his tail .............................. 125 

Peake, H. Hunters and artists ........... ~ ...... 16 

Pearlman, M. Army of Israel. ................... 101 

Pearls of Ferrara .......................................... 54 

Pearson, IT- piggy ......... , ......................... *..... 78 

Pease, H. Heart of danger .......................... 98 

Highroad to adventure .......................... 126 

Long wharf .......................... ......... ........ 172 

Peat, EL R. Private Peat. ........................... Ill 

Peat, L. W. Canada; new world power 113 

Peattie, D. C. Child's story of the world 235 

Forward the nation ..................... ......... 159 

Story of the first mem ............ ............ 1$ 

Story of ancient civilization ............... 22 

Story of the Middle Ages ............. 48 

Peattie, R, Struggle on the veld. .............. 96 

Peck, A. M. Pageant of Canadian hist..... 118 

Pageant of middle American hist. ... ISO 

Spain in Europe and America ............ 118 

Young fTfiPB'fo ........ ....... , ................ . 11$ 

Pecos B2I. ....................................... - ............... 188 

PeoxBer's girl .................................................. 163 

Pedro the potter ............. - .............. .., ........... 127 

Pedro's pirate, .............................. ................. 117 

Peeps at ancient Egypt ............................. 21 

Peeps at men of the old stone age......... 15 

Feet, C. Defending America... ........... ------ 20 

Peateter, H. Red xoad .............. . .......... 14d 

Penitent __________ ....... ________ ......... - ....... ** 



People of ancient Israel .................... 

People of Malaysia ................. 

Peoples of the U.S.SJEL .......... "." 

People's King. ................................ 

Pepin .................... 

Pepperfoot of Thursday Market ........ 

Pepys, S. Everybody's Pepys .............. 

Pere Antoine. ............................. . 

Pere Marquette .................................. 

Perfect tribute ................... ................. 

Pericles ......................................... __________ 

Pericles and Athens. ...................... . . 

Perilous island. .................................. 

Perilous seat . ................................ 

Perkins, F. People at work . .. ..... 

The Roosevelt I knew ............... 

Perkins, J. R. Emperor's physician. ______ 

Perkins, L. F, Spartan twins ................ 

Perri, F. Unknown disciple . ~ ............... 

Perry, G. S. Cities of America- ........... 

Perry, W. S. Egypt, the fond of the 

Temple builders ....................... .... 

Pershing ....................................................... 

Personal recoSectxons of Joan of Arc.... . 

Peter and Nancy in South America. ... 

Peter Ashley .......................... ................. 

Peter Cooper .............................. 

Peter Hale ........................ ........... ____ 

Peter Moor's Journey to South Africa. .... 

Peter the Great . . .... . ~ ............ .... 

Peterson, H. T. Tropical adventure, ------ 

Petersham, M. America's stamps ........... 

Petrie, W. M. F. Making of Egypt ..... - 

Social life in ancient Egypt. ..... . _____ 

Petticoat Kfotg ............ . ... , ........................ . 

Phantom fortress............ ~ . ...... .... ....... . 

Phantom freighter ............ ... .......... .... ....... 

Phantom EZing .. .. ..... . ........... ,...,.. ..., 

Phelps, E. M. ed. University Debaters 1 



. 

Phelps, F. B. Nikita.... ................. - ....... 

Philip H. ...... . ................................... -. 

Philippine independence ......................... ..... 

Philippines . . ................... ~ ...... - ...... 

Phillips, A- Forever possess ........ . ........... 

Phillips, E. C. Gay Madekm. .................. 

Phillips, H. A. Argentina ................... . 

Phillips, U. B. Life and labor in the oH 
Sooth ___ ........ - ........ . ........... . _____________ 

Phoenicia . ..... .. ............... ... . . .......... 

Pic, the weapon-maker ............ ................... 

Pick, shovel and plaek. ............................ 

Picketfs gap ...... . ..................... ------- 

Picture book of molecules and atoms . .. 
Picture book of sculpture ........... .. ............. 

Picture book of the weather ...... ------- 

Picture map geography of Asia. ....... .-... 

Picture map geography of CBTTCHT* ..... 

Picture map geography of the Pacific 



Picture story of tbe Phflippmes 

Pidgin, C. F. Blennerfeasset. 

Pier, A. Young man from Mocmt Verm 

Pigboats ~- 

Pilgrim Kate ,....- -.... 

P2grini maid. - ~~ 

Pilgrimage of Western man. 

Pilgrims of t2te SB' 1 i*f'-fl~ JFe,..., ... ................ 

Pilgrim's rest ,..... .* .* 

Pusodski, bmider of Poland. 

Pmcfcoo, B. Z*p*ta~ ~ .- 

Pincfeot, G, Breairfn new gronpd. 

Prnkerton, K. S. WSuferaesa wife. 

PiBZttcle of gkwy. 

Pioneer America ..-.. 

Pkeer art te. America. ,...-. 

Pioneer pact..-, --> 

of FraxMse in tbe new wcrid. 



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PAGE 

( The) Pit 191 

Pius XI 82 

Place in the sun 79 

Plains of Abraham 106 

Platt, It. R. European possessions in the 

Caribbean 211 

Pledge of Piang 209 

Plenn, A. Wind in the olive trees 98 

Plunkett, I. A. L. Daily life in Tudor 

times v 62 

Plutarch, Lives 81, 219 

Plymouth adventure 137 

Pocahontas 143 

Pocahontas, young American Princess.... 135 

Pocket encyc. of atomic energy 225 

Political consequences of the Great War 94 

Political handbook of the world 235 

Political unrest in Canada 108 

Pollard, E. F. With Gordon at Khartoum 82 
Pollock, D. Joseph, Chief of the Nez 

Perce 190 

Pollock, J. K. Change and crisis in 

European Government 220 

Pollock, K. G. Sandalio goes to town 127 

"Poilus" a dog of Roubaix 84 

Political handbook of the world (Annual) 235 
Political handbook of the world (Council 

of Foreign relations) 233 

Political handbook of the world 

(Mallory) 234 

Pompeii 31 

Poor Richard 146 

Pope Pius XI 94 

Pope's mule 40 

Pony express 165 

Pony express goes through 166 

Poole, E. Nancy Flyer 172 

Poor John Fitch 161 

Porritt, E. EvoL of the Dominion of 

Canada 113 

Portrait of the Nations Series 235 

Portrait of a patriot 122 

Portrait of an era 192 

Porter, J. Scottish chiefs 44 

Thaddeus of Warsaw 67 

Portugal, wharf of Europe 100 

Potter, E. Christopher Columbus 133 

Potter, R. D. Young people's book of 

atomic energy 226 

Pottery of the American Indians 119 

Pottery of the ancients .22, 217 

Pound, A. Hawk of Detroit 107 

Industrial America 193 

Pound, L. American ballads and songs. .. 228 

Powder keg 134 

Power, E. Medieval people 48 

Power and the glory.. .. 63 

Powers, A. Gallant years 58 

Hannibal's elephants . 29 

Ride Eastl Ride West!. .." 44 

Powell, E. A. Asia at the crossroads 83 

Marches of the North 109 

Powicke, F. M. Medieval England. 48 

Prairie Chautauqua 191 

Prairie patrol 109 

Prairie smoke 131 

Pratt, F. Empire and ihe glory 73 

Empire and the sea 74 

Hail Caesar!.... 31 

Heroic years 162 

Third King 48 

Preble, D. Yamino-Kwit 14 

Pre-historic man (Boyle) 15 

Pre-historic man (Henderson) 15 

(A) Prentice in old London 66 

Prescott, D. R. Day in a Colonial home 143 

Prescott, W. H. Conquest of Mexico 118 

Present war 200 

Presidents in American hist. , .... 230 

Presidents on parade. 281 

Preston, H. W. Private life of the 

Romans 32 

Prewett, V. Americas of tomorrow 130 

Price, W. DeM. Japan's islands of 



PAGB 

mystery 211 

Pride's fancy 107 

Priestley, H. I. Coming of the white man 133 

Priestly, J. B. Black-out in Gretley 112 

Let the people sing 91 

Primrose day 97 

Prince and the page 46 

Prince and the pauper 40 

Prince Eugene 69 

Prince of Egypt 20 

Princess runs away 18 

Prior, L. Law unto themselves 44 

Prisoners of hope 138 

Pritchett, L. C. Shining mountains 187 

Private life of the Romans (Johnston) 31 
Private life of the Romans (Preston) . . 32 

Private Peat Ill 

Private report 98 

Privateer ahoy! 160 

Prologue to New England 138 

Promised land 19 

Prothers, G. W. Life of Simon de 

Montfort 48 

Proud and the free 147 

Proud Paladin 44 

Provincial society 142 

Pruette, L. Saint in ivory 36 

Puckered moccasins 154 

Pueblo boy 131 

Pueblo girl 131 

Puerto Rico 209 

Pugnax the Gladiator 26 

Puki 208 

Puritan adventure 139 

Purnell, I. Pedro the potter 127 

Pursuit of the horizon 156 

Pyle, E. Brave men 205 

Here is your war 205 

Pyle, H. Men of Iron 44 

Merry adventures of Rohm Hood 44 

Otto of the Silver Hand 45 

Story of Jack Banister's fortunes 140 

Pyle, K. Charlemagne and his knights. .. 36 
Pyne, M. Little hist, of the wide world 235 

Pyramid builder 19 

Putney, W. K, Team-work in Colonial 

days 143 



Quebec 108 

Queen Cleopatra ,. 22 

Queen Elizabeth 62 

Queen of the flat-tops 204 

Queen Victoria 80 

Queen Victoria and her ministers 79 

Queens die proudly 205 

Queen's folly 68 

Queen's physician < 66 

Quennell, M. Everyday life in Anglo- 
Saxon times 38 

Everyday life in Homeric Greece.... 26 

Everyday life in Roman Britain 38 

Everyday life in the old stone age... 16 
Everyday life in the new stone, 

bronze ages 16 

Everyday things in Archaic Greece. 26 
Everyday things in classical Greece,. 26 
Everyday things in England 

(1066-1499) 48 

Everyday things in England 

(1500-1799) 62 

Everyday things in England 

(Industrialism) 74 

Everyday things in England 

(1851-1934) 79 

Quentin Durward 59 

Quest for social justice. 192 

Quest in the desert...- 89 

Quest of liberty 139 

Quest of the four-leaved clover 85 

Qaest of the golden cities 11* 



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Quest of the golden condor lie 

Quicksilver Bob 157 

Quiet light 40 

Quiller-Couch, A. T. Splendid spur 67 

Quinn, V. Exciting adv. of Captain 

John Smith 143 

March of the iron men 45 

Pageant of the seven seas 222 

Picture map geography of Asia . . 222 
Picture map geography of Canada... 113 
Picture map geography of the 

Pacific islands 211 

Quirk, L. W. Jimmy goes to war 195 

Quo Vadis 29 



R 



Rabble in arms 150 

Radar 225 

Radin, M. Epicurus my master 29 

Radin, P. Story of the American Indian 133 

Radio Amateur's Handbook 226 

Radio's best plays 219 

Raeburn, B. Treasury for the free world 216 

Raffles of Singapore 53 

Ragged Inlet guards 112 

Ragged staff 52 

Ragozin, Z. A. Hist, of the world 

Raiders of the deep 195 

Railway engineer. 77 

Railroad W^est , 187 

Railroads and rivers 174 

Rain forest 208 

Rain on the roof 131 

Rainbow 99 

Raine, A. Eagle of Guatemala 120 

Raleigh and his world. 60 

Ramona 186 

Ramparts of the Pacific 209 

Ranch of the golden flowers 121 

Ranchero 121 

Ranching on the Eagle Eye 198 

Rand, M. F. Puki 208 

Rand McNally Commercial atlas 217 

Rand McNally Cosmopolitan World atlas 217 
Randdall, T. H. His majesty's Yankees 107 

Pride's fancy 107 

Son of the hawk 107 

Randvar, the Songsmith 102 

Rankin, L. Daughter of the mountains. .. 98 

Ransome, A, Swallowdale, 127 

Rapahu's warning.. 183 

Raquel 125 

Ratzesberger, A. Jasmine 91 

(The) Raven 175 

Rawlinson, G. Phoenicia 22 

Rawson, M. N. Candle days 15S, 228 

Forever the farm 176 

Of the earth earthly 143 

Reaching for the stars 95 

Read, H. E. Fighters for freedom 222 

Reade, C. Cloister and the hearth 58 

Readers Encyc 218 

Readers Guide to Periodical literature.... 223 

Readings in American democracy 216 

Readings in American hist. 215 

Readings in ancient hist. I (Davis) 213 

Readings in ancient hist, n (Davis) .... 213 

Readings in ancient hist. (Webster) 213 

Readings in English hist, 213 

Readings in European hist. 213 

Readings in modern European hist. 214 

Readings in the hist, of the Amer. nation 215 

Reaper man , 169 

Reason, J. Bran the bronze-smith 14 

Rebel loyalist 147 

Rebel siege 148 

Rebels in bondage 134 

Reck, F. M. Romance of American 

transportation 233 

Reconquest of Mexico Iff 

Record book 223 



Record of American diplomacy 214 

Recouly, R. Joffre 88 

Recruit for Abe Lincoln. 177 

Red badge of courage 178 

Red beards of Yellow River 90 

Red cock crows 167 

Red Eagle. 157 

Red fleece $4 

Red Fox of the Kinapoo ]. ,!1" 188 

Red heritage 144 

Red Hugh of Ireland 58 

Red jungle boy 127 

Red Keep 41 

Red man's luck 108 

Red Orm 33 

Red Prior's legacy . 70 

Red road 140 

Red rock , ... 180 

Red rose of Dunmore. ^ ^ 52 

Red sky [ 81 

Red sky over Rome 77 

Redcoat and minuteman . 149 

Redcoats at Castme .. ISO 

Reddaway. W. F. Frederick the Great . . 69 

Redhouse on the hfll 179 

Reed, W. M. America's treasure 226 

Reference Shelf (H. W. Wilson Co.) . 223 

Refugee family ^ . 84 

Refugee in the U. S. 229 

Refugees ... . 65 

Regli, A. Fiddling cowboy '..'. 187 

Regulators - 146 

Reid, V. S. New day 208 

Reign of Andrew Jackson ...., , 176 

Reign of Soapy Smith 192 

Reign of Tiberius 31 

Reinach, S. Apollo - 219 

Heinherz, N. Trumpets at the crossroads 45 

Reis, C. R. Composers in America...., 228 

Reitzd, W. Pinnacle of glory ... . 73 

Reluctant prophet...... .,. ... . 28 

Reluctant rebel. 151 

Remember the Maircp 193 

Renaissance - ....., 2 

Renaissance and Reformation . 62 

Repplier, A. Junipero Serra 118 

Mere Marie of the TTrsolines 194 

Pere Marquette 184 

Republic of Israel 100 

Republican Hispanic America . ~ 128 

Resnick, W. S, Dragonship ... 103 

Restless are the sails -.. ~ 136 

Restless is the river .... .-. 165 

Restless Johnny 156 

Retreat from the Dolphin...... 121 

Return of Silver Chief ,... ~ Ill 

Reves, E. Anatomy of peace 235 

Revolt in the desert ... 88 

Revolt on the bolder 174 

Revolution before breakfast 129 

Revolutionary Europe (1798-1815) 75 

Revolutionary generation - 152 

Reyher, F. Davy Farragnt. 182 

Reynolds, J. M. Bugles at midnight,.....,... 159 

Guns of Yorfctown 156 

Reynolds, R. PaquitSL 121 

Reynolds, T. H. Economic aspects of the 

Honroe Doctrine 1W 

Reznikoff, C. loombearted 45 

Rheinbart, E. A. Josephine, wife of 

Napoleon J4 

Ricanio's white hosse - 2gJ 

Rich land, poor land 19 

Bichard Carvel J4J 

Bkbards, E. Arctic jaood.......... _ 39* 

Richards, I* E. Abigail Adams and her 

times - 168 

Richards, W. C. Last bfHksoaire. .... 2W 

Richardson, J. Wacousta ... 1J 

Richelieu L 

Riches of South America, ... 1JJ 

Bicfeter, C. Sea of grass - gj 

Ride East l" Ride" West L" ~Z~~~~. 44 



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Ridgley, D. C. Influence of geography on 

our economic life 229 

Biding the rails 233 

Biding west on the Pony Express 172 

Riegel, R. E. America moves west .. . . 176 

Rienzi 50 

Riesenberg, F. Galapagos bound 1 208 

Man on the raft 203 

Phantom freighter 208 

Bifleman Dodd and the gun 71 

Big for depth charges ! 202 

Bing of danger 49 

Bio Grande 121 

Bip tide of aggression 94 

Bipley, C. Clear for action . 150 

Bippy, J. F. Caribbean danger zone 211 

Latin America in world politics . . 130 
Rise of American commerce and industry 230 

Bise of Henry Morcar 80 

Bise of Louis Napoleon 79 

Bise of Bome 31 

Bise of the city 190 

Bise of the house of Rothschild 74 



PAGB 



Bise of the Lone Star 174 

Bising .... 77 

Rising crescent.. 94 

(The) River 200 

River and the empty sea 103 

River Jordan , 21 

Biver out of Eden 150 

River Supreme . 81 

Rivers of America Series (Farrar & 

Rhinehart) 229 

Rivers of the Wolves 189 

Rivers to the sea 156 

Road of the Century 175 

Road to Alaska 204 

Road to Bagdad 93 

Road to Down Under. 76 

Road to glory 70 

Road to Granada 59 

Boad to reunion 189 

Road to San Jacinto (Davis) 165 

Road to San Jacinto (Foreman) 167 

Boad to war 196 

Roads of adventure 193 

Roads to revolution 152 

Bob Roy 160 

Bobbins, O. Boy of Quebec 108 

(The) Robe 27 

Bobeen 182 

Bobert Bruce 47 

Robert E. Lee (Emery) 181 

Robert E. Lee (McMeekin) 182 

Robert the Bruce 48 

Bobert the Boundhead 59 

Roberts, CL G. D. In the morning of time 14 

Sister of Evangeline. 107 

Roberts, E. Candle in the sun 127 

Roberts, E. M. Great meadow 159 

Roberts, K. Private report. 98 

Lydia Bailey 208 

Roberts, K. L. ArundeL 150 

Captain Caution 159 

Northwest passage. 107 

Rabble in arms 150 

Roberts, & H. House that Hitler built ... 95 

Roberts, T. Mystery schooner 208 

Roberts, W. A. Caribbean 211 

Sir Henry Morgan 118 

Robert's rules of order 224 

Robertson, F. C. On the trail of Chief 

Joseph 187 

Robespierre 74 

Robinson, C. E. Alexander the Great. 26 

Days of Alcibiades , 24 

Everyday life in ancient Greece 26 

Robinson, E, F. Houses in America 144 

Robinson, G. Catch & falling star. 140 

Fox fire. 141 

Robeen 182 

Sachim bird, 182 

Winged feet. !!.".", ".*."" 150 

Robinson, H. M. Stoat Cortez 118 



Robinson, J. H. Readings in European 
hist. 

Readings in modern European hist. 

Robinson Crusoe 

Robson, R. W. Pacific islands 

Rock and the river 

Rock cried 

Rockets and jets 

Rococo . 

Rodell, F. Fifty-five men 

Roe, W. Tree falls south 

Rogers, C. Drake's quest 

Rogers, F. Birthday of a nation 

Jeremy Pepper 

Paul Revere 

Rogers, L. South of Heaven 

Rogue's march 

Rojas, R. San Martin 

Roland the warrior 

Rolling wheels 

Rollins, P. A. Jinglebob 

Rolo, C. J. Wingate's raiders 

Rolt-Wheeler, F. Coming of the peoples 

Finder of fire 

In the days before Columbus 

In the time of Attfla 

Pyramid builder ., 

Tamer of herds 

Wonder of war at sea 

Wonder of war in the air 

Wonder of war in the Holy land. 

Wonder of war on land 

Rolvaag, O. E. Giants in the earth 

Roman Britain , 

Roman civilization 

Roman private life 

Roman soldier 

Roman world 

Romany luck 

Rome and the Romans 

Rome haul .................. 

Romulo, C. PP. I saw the fall of the 
Philippines 

I saw the Philippines rise 

Romulus, builder of Rome . . 

Romance of Alexander and Roxena 

Romance of Alexander the King 

Romance of Alexander the Prince 

Romance of American transportation 

Romance of excavation 

Romance of a people 

Romance of Labrador f . . ; 

Romance of Leonardo da Vinci 

Ronald, J. Old soldiers never die 

Roosevelt, E. This I remember 

Roosevelt and his America 

Roosevelt I knew. 

Roosevelt's good neighbor policy 

Rooster crows for day - 

Boots of the war 

Roselle of the North 

Rosenberg, M. V. Ark of heraldry 

Eleanor of Aauitaine 

With sword and song "v.*""W 

Rosenblum, M. Story of Franklin D. 

Roosevelt 

Roses for Mexico 

Roses of the winds 

Rosmer, J. In secret service 

Ross, E. Oliver Cromwell . 

Ross, F. A. Land and people of Canada 

Botch, F. Blue-eyed god - 

Both, J. Ballad of the 100 days 

King Otto*s crown. v'l;"* 

Rothery, A. E. Central America and the 
Spanish Main 

Central America roundabout. 

Rough-riders 

Bounds, G. Pay dirt 

Rourke, C. Davy Crockett.. 

Bouse, W. H, D. Story of Odysseus.......... 

Boustan, M. Pioneers of the French 

revolution 

Rowan, B. W. Terror in oar times 



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Rowell, A. On Jordan's stormy banks 180 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police.... 113 

Royal cavalcade ........................ ......... JJ? 

Royal escape .............. ............. * 

Royal highway ................ '"."'"."".. '. ....... ill 

Royal purple ............ ........ 81 

Royal road ................. ............. jrj 

RwSKJ^ *fc ^venturing: ii Palestine 91 
Rudolph, M. Great hope ........ g7 

Rugoff, M. A. Harvest of world folk "tales 219 
Rukeyser, W. A. Working for the Soviets 95 
Rule of Saint Benedict ..... c 

Ruler of the Lakes ......... ". .................... 

Ruml, B. Tomorrow's business 
Runaway Balboa .............. 

Rung ho! ................................ 

Running the gauntlet... . 

Rush, W. M. Red fox of the Kinapoo" " " 188 
Russ Farrell, airman 194. 

Russell, L K. Hidden heroes" of the ....... 

Rookies .................... 176 

Russell, W. R. Bolivar countries".".*... "..""..' 130 
Russia ......................................... 94 

Russia's story ......................... .................. 234 

Rustics in rebellion ................ ."..'..".."."..."..'I'".'.' 182 



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Ruy Barbosa 122 

Rydell, C. On Pacific frontiers .".."..""" 176 

Rydjord, J. Foreign intervention in the 

independence of New Spain 122 



Sabatini, R. Banner of the BulL B8 

Fortune's fool """;."" $7 

The Gamester $7 

Scaramouche 73 

Sword of Islam !""."" 58 

Sabin, E. L. Into Mexico with General 

Scott 172 

Opening the iron trail ." """.'.*."."." 180 

Sabin, F. E. Classical myths that live 

today 26 219 

Sacajawea of the Shoshones " .../, 155 

Sachim bird 132 

Sacker, H. Festival of Meron 20 

Safford, H. B. Mr. Madison's war 159 

That Bennington mob 150 

Saga of the Comstock Lode 175 

Sagittarius rising 85 

Sahara sands " 81 

Sailing for gold 77 

Sailor of Napoleon 72 

Sails and swords...*. 119 

Saint Anselm . 47 

Saint Benedict 38 

Saint Exupery, A. de. FEght to Arras.... 101 

St, George and St. Michael "66 

Saint in ivory 36 

St. Lawrence 112 

Sajo and the beaver people 110 

Salem frigate 157 

Salisbury, A. Two captains west 162 

Salt and the savor ITS 

Saltar the Mongol 92 

Salten, F. Florian, the Emperor's stalEon 82 

Saftzman, I*. F. Medieval byways 48 

Samuel, S. Seven Years' War in Canada 109 

Samuel Adams 145 

Samuel Gompers , 192 

Samuel Pepys , 68 

San Martin 122 

Sanceau, E. Henry the Navigator... 62 

Land of Prester John ,., 62 

Sanchez, N. V. Stories of Latin Ameri- 
can states 118 

Sandalio goes to town .... 127 

Sandburg, C. Abe Lincoln grows up 182 

Abraham Lincoln, the Prairie years 182 

Storm over the land. ... . .... 182 

Sandox, E. Squire of Ravensmark 45 

Santa Anna (Callcott) 121 



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Santa Anna (Hanighen) .... 122 

Santa Fe* trail " mpire H? 

Santvoord, S. van. Octavia ... 29 

Saracen's head ".." . ",] J| 

Sargent, D. Our land and our ladv ifli 

Thomas More ^ "" 62 

Saskatchwan ].j.^ 112 

Saucy sailor and other rfryn ati v^l fr^ifayte 20 
Sauer, J. L. Fog magic 112 

Savery, C. Emeralds for the' KingTT ! 67 

Enemy brothers 99 

Sawyer, E. A, Merin and Shari 45 

Sawyer, R. Least one . " 127 

Scalp hunters _ $ 

Scaramouche *"" 73 

Scarborough, H. E. England muddles 

through 95 

Scarface 8 

Scarlet bird ! 'Z~!TrZT"~ 206 

Scarlet coat. 157 

Scarlet cockerel "".." 1"" ] 142 

Scarlet sash i 

Scarlet patch 179 

Scenes and characters of the Middle Ages 47 
Schachner, N. Alexander Hamilton . . . . 162 

Wanderer 45 

Schaefer, J. Shane 188 

Schlesinger, A. M. Age of Jackson " . 176 

American as a reformer. 221 

New Deal in action 201 

Rise of the city 190 

Schevffl, F. Hist, of the Balkan peninsula 83 

Making of modern Germany .. 79 

(The) Medici 62 

Schirmer, M. Latin American leaders 122 

Schmidt, S. L. New land 188 

Ranching on the Eagle Eye 198 

School atlas <Goode) 217 

School hist, of the Great War 196 

Schoonover, L. L. Burnished blade. 68 

Schuman, M. Strife before dawn_ 107 

Schusnigg^ K. My Austria 96 

Schwab, G. B. Gods and heroes 217 

Scientific encyclopedia 226 

Scotchtown tale 155 

Scott, E. (The) Wave, 180 

Scott, L. B. Dawn boy of the Peebles .. 117 
Scott Pub. Co. Standard postage stamp 

catalog . . . %fil 

Scott, W. (The) Abbot. - 58 

Ivanhoe -, .. 4$ 

KenOworth S3 

Quentin l^urward ., .. , .- 59 

^The) TaHsxoan 45 

Scottish cHtofg ... 44 

Scouting with General Pershing 196 

Scowcroft, R. Children of the Covenant 191 

Scruggs, P. L. Men cannot teH 141 

Sea and its mysteries 221 

Sea eagles 14S 

Sea hawks of empire. , . 49 

Sea is so wide 1 

Sea of grass .. 187 

Sea road to the Indies- , . 61 

Sea snake 238 

Sea warfare ......... 88 

Seaman, A. H. Wlbea a cobhter rated a 



Search for a King'.. .... 

Searchligirt OB peace 
Sears, L. M. Hist, of 

refetwus . 

Sears. P. B, Deserts cm t&e march 
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Seaver, C. H. Indostry in America,. 
SeaweQ, WL B. T --- * ---* 



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Sechrist, K H. Once in the first time., ... 



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Secret on the Potomac 158 

Sedgwiek, H. D. Ignatius Loyola 62 

See here, Private Hargrove 202 

Seebohn, F. Bra of the Protestant 

revolution 62 

Seeger, E. Orient past and present 235 

Seifert, S. Captain Grant 172 

River out of Eden 150 

Those who go against the current . 159 

Turquoise trail 172 

Seiger, R. C. American folk songs 228 

Select charters and other documents .. .. 215 

Select documents 215 . 

Select orations 214 

Selected statutes and other documents.... 215 
Selections from Medieval philosophers I 48 
Selections from Medieval philosophers II 48 
Selections from the sources of English 

hist 213 

Semper Fidelis 204 

Sample, W. American hist, and its 

geographic conditions 229 

Senor Zero 132 

Seraphina Todd 148 

Seredy, K. Chestry oak 99 

Singing tree 87 

White stag 86 

Serpent's egg 202 

Set of the sails 101 

Seth-Smith, E. K. Vagabonds 59 

Settlement of Canadian-American 

disputes 112 

Seven cities of gold 54 

Seven iron men 189 

Seven lean years 201 

Seven Roman statesmen .. 31 

Seven wonders of the ancient world 20 

Seven Years' War in Canada 109 

Seward's folly 186 

Sextant and sails 161 

Seymour, A. H. Galewood crossing 172 

On the edge of the fjord 99 

Tangled skein 99 

Seymour, C. Diplomatic background of 

the war (1870-1914) 83 

Seymour, F. W. Boys' life of Kit Carson 176 

Boys* life of Fremont 176 

Daniel Boone, pioneer 162 

La Sane 144 

Meriwether Lewis 162 

Seymour, T. D. Life in the Homeric age 26 

Shadow of swords 91 

Shadow of the Hawk 59 

Shadow of the Iroojuois 107 

Shadow of the Long Knives 134 

Shadow of the sword 52 

Shadow of the crown 50 

Shadows on the rock 102 

Shaftel, G. A. Golden shore 172 

Shane, T. Heroes of the Pacific 205 

Shane 188 

Shankle, G. E. State -names, flags etc. 221 
Shapiro, I. Joe Magarac and his U. S. 

citizen papers 201 

Yankee thunder 176 

Shark hole 206 

Shaw, A. H. Lincoln encyc 232 

Shaw, H. Americans one and all 203 

Shawl with silver bells 51 

Sheean, V. Day of battle 67 

SheDabarger, S. Captain from Castile . . 117 

King's cavalier 59 

Shepard, E. Paul Bunyan 228 

Sfaeppard, M. E. Cabins in the laurel . 188 

Sherman 182 

Sherriff, R. C. Journey's end ." .,..."." 87 

Sherrod, R. Tarawa 205 

Sherwood, M. Merry pilgrimage. 36 

Song of Roland. 36 

Tale of the warrior Lord. 45 

Shields, K. Three in the jnngle 127 

Shining mountains 187 

Shining trail 155 

Shining trumpets 227 



PAGE 

(The) Ship 97 

Ship boy with Columbus 131 

Ship of the line 71 

Shipbuilders . 89 

Shippen, K. B. Great heritage 227 

Moses ... 20 

New found world 118 

Ships across the sea 195 

Ships in the bay ! 70 

Ships of the fleet 204 

Shirer, W. L. Berlin diary 95 

Shooting star ~ 162 

Shore, M. Hero of Darien 62 

Knight of the wilderness 109 

Slave who dreamed 29 

Shores of adventure 102 

Short hist, of social life in England . . 69 
Short hist, of the American Labor move- 
ment 189 

Short hist, of the Renaissance hi Italy.. . 63 
Shortt, A. Early economic effects of the 

war upon Canada 114 

Shotwell, J. T. Heritage of freedom 114 

Showerman, G. Monuments and men of 

ancient Rome 32 

Rome and the Romans 32 

Shridharani, K. Mahatma 101 

Shrine of liberty 167 

Shumway, H. I. Albert, the soldier-King 88 

Lawrence, the Arabian knight. 88 

Shute, N. Legacy 208 

Shuttle and sword 40 

Siberia 94 

Siberian gold 81 

Sichel, E. Renaissance 62 

Sidelights on our social & economic hist. 214 

Sieburg, F. Robespierre 74 

Siege of Alcazar 94 

Sienkiewicz, H. K. Quo Vadis 29 

With fire and sword 67 

Sign of the anchor 28 

Silent Duchess 65 

Silent Scot 151 

Silver fleece 139 

Simon, C. M. Joe Mason apprentice to 

Audubon 172 

Royal road 151 

Simon Bolivar 122 

Simonds, F. H. Great powers in world 

politics &5 

They won the war 88 

Simonov, K. M. Days and nights 99 

Simpson, F. A. Rise of Louis Napoleon 79 

Simpson, H. Henry VIH 62 

Since yesterday 199 

Sing in praise 224 

Singer, K. Three thousand years of 

espionage 235 

Singing seamen 27 

Singing sword 35 

Singing tree 87 

Singmaster, E. Book of the Colonies .. . 144 

Boy at Gettysburg 181 

Gettysburg 181 

High wind rising 141 

I speak for Thaddeos Stevens 181 

Sir Henry Morgan 118 

Sir Walter Raleigh 49 

Sir Wilfred Grenfell 113 

Sister of Evangeline 107 

Sitting Bull (Fax) 184 

Sitting Bull (Garst) 185 

Sitwell, E. Victoria of England 83 

Six foot six 175 

Skariatma, L Little era in old Russia .... 83 
Skelton, C. L. Riding west on the pony 

express I 72 

Skinner, C. L. Andy breaks trail 159 

Beaver, kings and cabins 103 

Becky Landers 151 

Debby Barnes, trader 141 

Ranch of the Golden Flowers 121 

Red man's luck 1J8 

Bob Boy 160 



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Roselle of the North 

Silent Scot .... 

Tiger who walks alone 

Sky freighter 

Sky pioneer 

Slade, G. Lawrence in blue 

Slave of Catiline 

Slave ship 

Slave who dreamed 

Sloan, H. S. Diet, of economics 

Farming in America 

Slosson, P. W. Great crusade and after.. 

Smaller classical dictionary 

Smith, A. Drugs you use 

Smith, A. D. Conqueror 

Smith, B. Arms are fair 

Smith, C. H. Flags of all nations 

Smith, F. Trading east 

Smith, H. J. Senor Zero .. 

Smith, H. K. State of Europe . . 
Smith, L. K. Forty days to Santa Fe .... 

Smith, M. P. W. Boys of the border 

Smith, M. S. C. Story of Napoleon 

Smith, R. Tree of life 

Smith, W. Smaller classical diet. 

Smoke blows west 

Smuggler's luck 

Snedden, G. S. Leif and Thorkel 

Snedeker, C. D. Beckoning road 

Coward of Thermopylae 

Forgotten daughter 

Luke's quest ~ 

Perilous seat 

Spartan 

Theras and his town 

Town of the fearless 

Uncharted ways 

White isle 

Snow, C. H. Argonaut gold 

Snow, E. On the decks of "Old Ironsides** 

Snow treasure 

Snowden, L. Union of South Africa 

Snow-water 

So red the rose 

Social backgrounds of American 

literature 

Social life in ancient Egypt 

Social life in Greece 

Social life in Stuart England 

Social life in the reign of Queen Anne .. 
Society and politics in ancient Rome .. .. 
Society and thought in early America . 

Sod-house frontier 

Soldier Doctor 

Soldier of democracy 

Soldier of the Church 

Soldier of the sea 

Soldier Rigdale 

Soldiers of fortune 

Some follow the sea 

Some plant olive trees 

Somerville, D. C. Disraeli and Gladstone 

Sometimes Jenny Wren. 

Son of "Old Ironsides" 

Son of the ages 

Son of the Hawk 

Son of the land ~ 

Son of the sword 

Son of thunder V"'""* 

Sondergaard, A. My first geography of 
the Pacific - 

They went exploring 

Song of Roland. 

Song of the cave 

Song of the years 

Sons of the Admiral 

Sons of the dragon 

Sons of the Volsungs 

Sooner land 

Sound of chariots 

Sound of running feet ... 

Source book of American hfet. 
Source book of Medieval hist.... 
Source book of Roman hist. 



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29 

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227 

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226 

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Source readers in American hist. 215 

Source textbook in American hist. "." 214 

South America called them "".. 122 

South America primer " 117 

South from Hudson Bay ... 145 

South of heaven ".". QI 

South of yesterday " "." ' 129 

Southerner discovers the South .", 199 

Southward ho ! j6 

Southworth, G. V. D. America's ""old " ~ 

world background taa 

Souvarine, B. Stalin .".., '"'"~ "" 95 

Sowers, P. A. Our little Corinthian 

cousins , 24 

Sons of the dragon... . 99 

Swords and sails in the Philippines 208 

Spain in Europe and America us 

Spanish bayonets _ iio 

Spanish bride ; 72 

Spanish Conquistadores !"....."" 118 

Spanish galleon <JQ 

Spanish Main " " "*" ii 

Spanish trails 1.!."..! "". 119 

Spartan .] T 24 

Spartan twins "....'". ..,""..".. 24 

Speaking from Vermont ,'"."""'."' 199 

Spearman, F. H. Carmen of the Rancho 121 

Spence, H. Vain shadow 119 

Spencer, C. Nehru of India 101 

Three sisters "'~' 95 

Sperry, A. AH sails set. l$0 

Black falcon i$& 

Call it courage 288 

Hull-down for action...., . 208 

Rain forest 208 

Storm canvass ig 

Spice and the Devil's cave ^ 54 

Spicer, D. G. Book of festivals - 226 

Spinden, H. J. Ancient dvilizatioa, 119 

Spirit of the eagle. 1S3 

Splendid spur 67 

Splendid wayfaring -...".. 158 

Splendor of the dawn~ , 29 

Splendor that was Egypt 22 

Splendour of Asia 17 

Sprague, R. Korthward to Albioa. 45 

Sprigs of hemlock 146 

Spy ~L...l! 146 

Spy of Napoleon . 78 

Spy of Saratoga ..... ^ 151 

Square giiq and spice islands.......... 170 

Squire of Ravensmark 45 

Stables, G. Westward with Columbus.. ~ 132 

Stackpole, E. A. Privateer aboy! 166 

Smuggler's luck . 1S1 

Staffelbach, E. H. For Texas & freedom 173 

Stafford Cripps W 

Stage-coach and tavern days .. - 152 

Stagecoach kingdom. 178 

Stained sails 66 

Stair, G. Lady of France 73 

Stalin - 96 

Standard bearer . .. . . Sft 

Standard postage stamp catalog, 221 

Standish, R. Bonin 288 

Standish of Standish 133 

Stanford, A. B. Navigator 141 

Stanley, E. Rock cried. 16 

Stanley Baldwin,... 93 

Stanley's Africa ~ 82 

Star mountain and other legends of 

Mexico .. - 115 

Star of the West ~ 156 

Star pointed North 1ST 

Star-gazer 63 

Stark, B. S. Adventure in Pem 127 

Stark, F. M. Arab Island, the Buddie East 101 

Starr, F. American Indians - 18* 

Starvecrow farm - Tf 

State names, flags, etc. (Shankie) 221 

Sate of Europe ..~~ . g 

Statesman's Yearbook -.. 2fJ 

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Statistical abstract of the U. S. Pub. 

Office 232 

Steadfast at Valley Forge 148 

Steamboat round the bend 164 

Steel of Empire 113 

Steen, E. K. Bed jungle boy 127 

Steer, G. L. Caesar in Abyssinia 95 

Stefansson, E. B. Within the circle . . .. 201 
Stefansson, V. Unsolved mysteries of the 

Arctic 193 

Stegner, W. E. One nation 205 

Stein, E. Out little Celtic cousin. 37 

Our little Crusader cousin 46 

Our little Frankish cousin 37 

Pepin 37 

Steinberg, S. H. ed. Statesman's Year- 
book 224 

Stephen A. Douglas 182 

Stephen, boy of the mountain 19 

Stephens, H. M. Revolutionary Europe.... 75 
Stephenson, H. T. Elizabethan people.. 62 

Glass v . 191 

Stern, P. VanD. Drums of morning 173 

Sterne, E. G. Drums of Monmouth 141 

Incident in Yorkvflle 203 

Loud sing cuckoo , 46 

Miranda is a Princess 59 

Some plant olive trees 160 

Stettinius, E. R. Lend-lease 205 

Stevens, W. O. Drummer boy of Burma.. 82 

Glasgow Farragut 182 

Stevenson, A. Daniel Boone, boy hunter 144 
Stevenson, B. E. American hist, in verse 228 

Stevenson, R, L. Black arrow 59 

In the South Seas 212 

Treasure island 208 

Stewart, G. R. East of the giants 173 

Man, an autobiography 16 

Stewart, W, Builders of Latin America 130 
Stiles, H. B. Pottery of the American 

Indians 119 

Pottery of the ancients 217 

Stfll to the West 197 

Stillman, A. L, Drums beat in old 

Carolina 141 

Stimpson, G. W. Book about American 

hist. 232 

Stinetorf, L. A. Children of North Africa 91 

Children of South Africa 91 

Stobart, J. C. Glory that was Greece 26 

Grandeur that was Rome 32 

Stoddard, EL L. Horace Greeley 190 

Stoddard, T. L. Mastr of Manhattan 193 

Stoddard, W. Swordmaker*s son 29 

Stokes, G. W. Deadwood gold 176 

Stokes, R. L. Leon Blum 95 

Stolen oracle , 80 

Stone, A. Hawaii's Queen Lfliuokalani... 208 

Stone, E. Free men shall stand. 141 

Secret of the bog 73 

Stone, G. Cold journey 108 

Stone, I. Immortal wife 173 

Stone, W. S. Thunder island 208 

Stonewall 181 

Stong, P. D. Marta of Muscovy 67 

Stooping hawk and stranded whale 115 

Stories from Canadian hist. 103 

Stories from the great Metropolitan 

operas , > 218 

Stories from the Greek tragedians 218 

Stories of child life in a Jewish colony 

in Palestine 92 

Stories of Latin American states 118 

Stories of our national songs 227 

Stories of the East. 21 

Stories of the far West 175 

Stories of the Spanish missions of the 

middle Southwest. 118 

Stories of the stone age ,.., 13 

Stories of the Vikings 34 

Storm canvass , , 160 

Storm over the land 182 

Storms on the Labrador , 110 

Story behind great medical discoveries .. 226 



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Story of Ab 14 

Story of ancient civilization 2 

Story of Bayard 63. 

Story of Britain and Canada 113 

Story of Buffalo Bill 139 

Story of civilization 1 

Story of civilization Greece 25 

Story of Cortes 119 

Story of costume 219 

Story of democracy 222 

Story of Dr. WasselL 207 

Story of everyday things 201 

Story of Franklin D. Roosevelt 201 

Story of Grenfell of Labrador 112 

Story of Jack Ballister's fortunes 140 

Story of maps 217 

Story of medicine 225 

Story of modern Palestine 101 

Story of Napoleon 74 

Story of Odysseus 24 

Story of our calendar 221 

Story of our civilization 132 

Story of Phfllis Wheatiey 147 

Story of philosophy 223 

Story of Rolf and the Viking's bow 13 

Story of science 225 

Story of Sonny Sahib 76 

Story of the American Indian 133 

Story of the Confederacy 181 

Story of the Constitution 231 

Story of the Crusades 48 

Story of the Declaration of Independence 152 

Story of the first men 16 

Story of the great plains 229 

Story of the Mexican War 175 

Story of the Middle Ages (Harding) 47 

Story of the Middle Ages (Peattie) 48 

Story of the Mississippi 229 

Story of the other Americas 129 

Story of the Pennsylvania Dutch 143 

Story of the Renaissance 61 

Story of the Second World War 216 

Story of the Sforzas 61 

Story of the submarine 196 

Story of the telephone 233 

Story of Tonty 105 

Story of Utopias 234 

Story of Vasco da Gamma 60 

Story of weaving 79 

Story pictures of transportation 232 

Stout Cortez 118 

Stover, H. E. Men in buckskin 141 

Stowe, H. B. Uncle Tom's cabin 173 

Dred 173 

Strachey, J. S. Madonna of the barricade 78 
Strachey, L. Eminent Victorians 80 

Queen Victoria 80 

Strachey, M. C. Mazzini, Garibaldi, and 

Cacour , 80 

Strachey, R. Marching on 173 

Strakhovsky, L. L Alexander I of Russia 75 
Strang, H. Early days in Canada 103 

In Clive's command. 68 

Stranger Prince , 66 

Stratton, C. Paul of France 46 

Robert the Roundhead 59 

Stratton, R. E. Juarez of Mexico 122 

Strauss, L. H. Look, listen, learn 224 

Strawn, A. Road to Granada 59 

Sails and swords 119 

Street, J. H. By valour of arms 181 

Street of knives 156 

Street of the Fishing Cat 90 

Strife before dawn 107 

Strike 198 

Strike up the band 1 227 

Strong, A. L. Peoples of the U.S.SJEL.... 95 

Wad river 99 

Strong, L. A. G. King Richard's land 46 

Strong hearts and bold ~ 13 

Strong room % 60 

Struggle for a continent 109 

Struggle is our brother, 97 

Struggle on the Veld 96 



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Stuart, D. M. Men and women of 

Plantagenet England 48 

Stuart, F. P. Pledge of Piang 209 

Stuart, G. H. Latin America and IT. S..... 130 

Study of history 235 

Study of two Americas 128 

Sturdy rogue 55 

Subject guide to U.S. publications 232 

Sublette, C. M. Bright lace of danger... . 142 

Scarlet cockerel 142 

Sub-chaser Jim 201 

Submarine sailor 202 

Submarine war 88 

Suhl, Y. One foot in America 229 

Suleiman the Magnificent 62 

Sullivan, A. Great divide 112 

Sullivan, M. Great adv. at Washington 201 

Our times voL III 193 

Summers, R. A. Battle of the Sierras 188 

Conauerors of the river 188 

Sun Yet-sen (Baker) 92 

Sun Yat>sen (Chen) 93 

Suns go down 186 

Sunset trail 154 

Survey of Western civilization 220 

Susan and Arabella 171 

Susan B. Anthony 189 

Butter's gold 174 

Sutton, M. Jemima 160 

Swain, J. W. Ancient world 217 

Swallow 85 

Swallowdale 127 

Suzette's family , 110 

Swamp Fox 145 

Swamp Fox brigade 149 

Swamp shadows 166 

Swan, O. G. Frontier days 190 

Swanson, N. H. Judas tree 108 

Sweden, the middle way , 93 

Swift flies the falcon 43 

Swift flows the river 169 

Swift walker 108 

Sword and the scythe 60 

Sword in sheath. 208 

Sword in stone 37 

Sword of the wilderness 105 

Sword is drawn 208 

Sword of Islam 58 

Sword was their passport - 122 

Swordmaker's son - 29 

Swords against Carthage 27 

Swords and sails in the Philippines 208 

Swords in the dawn ..... 33 

Swords in the north 26 

Swords on the sea 42 

Syme, B. Bay of the North 103 

Symonds, J. A. Short hist, of the 

Renaissance 63 

Symonds, B. Making of Pakistan 235 

Synge, M. B. Short hist, of social life 

in England 69 



Taber, C. W. Breaking sod on the 

prairie 

Taggart, M. A. Pilgrim maid 

Take all to Nebraska ..... 

Talbot, F. A. A. Canadian Pacific RJL 

Tale of a shipwreck - 

Tale of the Warrior Lord..... 

Tale of two cities 

Tales from a famished land 

Tales from silver lands . , - ... 

Tales of an empty cabin 

Tales of Scottish keeps and casttes.- 

Tales of the Gauchos 

Tales of the Great War. ~ 

Talisman - 

Talking round the weald... 

Tafl punter 

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Tall men with long rifles 166 

Tall stories 228 

Tall tale America .". " 227 

Tallant, E. Danny and Prue . J^""!!!!" 112 

Tamarack tree 154 

Tamer of beasts ."""!""" 15 

Tamer of herds 20 

Taming of the frontier ,.!"."." 189 

Tandrup, H. Reluctant prophet...-..!.. 20 

Tangled skein " ' 99 

Tannenbaum, F. Mexico.. "" isa 

Tappan, E. M. In the days of Alfred the 

Great 37 

In the days of Wffliam the Conqueror 46 

Little book of the flag 221 

When knights were bold. "" 48 

Tarawa " 206 

Tarbell, L M. Life of Elbert H." Gar>~"" 198 

Tarle, E. Bonaparte. 75 

Tarshis, E. K. Village that learned" to 

read 127 

Young sailors of Sidon,..., .. . 20 

Tartan tales 69 

Tasaki, H, Long the Imperial Way '. 99 

Task of the nations 234 

Tate, A. Jefferson Davis 182 

Tavern rogue . . 49 

Taylor, E. Paul Revere 153 

Taylor, F. W. Towpath Andy 173 

Taylor, G. E. America in the new Pacific 201 

Taylor, K. Address unknown. ,. . 92 

Teague, W. D. Land of pfcniy ".'.. 205 

Teachers guide to Negro life and 

literature 223 

Team-work in Colonial days 143 

Tebbel. J. American dynasty. - 223 

Tecumseh and 1>fs times 162 

Teihet, D. LeO. Retreat from"ie"i>o&hm" 121 

Telephone in a changing world. 232 

Television works like this . 226 

Tempered blade 164 

Tempest over Mexico , .. 129 

Tempski, A. von. Aloha 209 

Ten American cities -. 229 

Ten saints 224 

Ten years in Japan 200 

Tennessee outpost 145 

Teresfta of the vaDey 198 

Terror in our *5mQ& ........... 95 

Terror of Peru. - . ... 117 

Texan scouts , 163 

Texas cowboys .,.. ... 189 

Texas ranger ......... 189 

Thad Lincoln and the green nmbreCa...... 178 

Thaddeus of Warsaw ........... 67 

Thane, E. Dawn's early ligfrfc., 151 

Yankee stranger........... ..._............. ITS 

Young Disraeiz... , 80 

Thane, G. Leaves in the wind. .. . .... 78 

Tharp, L. H. Champlain 133 

Company of adventorers.. 108 

Tbat Bennington mob 150 

That girl of Pierre's 9? 

That lively num. Ben Franklin 146 

That Mario -.. 206 

Their search' for" God . ~. 224 

Their ships were broken.. . ?8 

Then came oiL - . J9J 

Theodore Boosevelt - - 19* 

Tberas and bis town 24 

There once was^a slave -.. 185 

There was a ship ..- 

These are the Rossiana 
They were expendible.- 
They came as friends... 

They cawne bere first. ~ J 

They found gold. - 11 

They five in South America... - 129 

Tney pafc out to sea. - -~ J 

They seek a country - 58 

They soogfafc a country WJ 

Tfcey went exploring...- -.-.- g 

Tbey won t!be "war 

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Third force in Canada 113 

Third King: 48 

Thirteenth stone 89 

30 famous one-act plays 218 

This believing world 224 

This body the earth 197 

This I remember 200 

This is Canada 112 

This man Truman. 205 

This nettle danger 90 

This was Cicero 31 

This was Lidice 98 

Thistle inn., 63 

Thomason, J. W. Fix bayonets 1 195 

Jeb Stuart 182 

Thomas, C. Michel's singing sword 46 

Thomas, D. Home place 198 

Thomas, H. Forty famous composers 220 
Thomas, H. C. Civilization in transition 75 
Thomas, L. Boys' life of Colonel 

Lawrence 88 

Hero of Vincennes 162 

In New Brunswick we'll find it 114 

Raiders of the deep 195 

Thomas, L. J. Tall stories 228 

Thomas, M. L, Paulo in the Chilean 

desert 127 

Thomas A. Edison 189 

Thomas Jefferson 153 

Thomas More 62 

Thompson, A. R. Gold-seeking on the 

Dalton trail 188 

Thompson, D. P. Green Mountain boys... 151 
Thompson, E. H. Children of the cave. . 14 
Thompson, J. E. Mexico before Cortez,.. 119 

Thompson, J. M. French revolution 75 

Thompson, I/. Guam and its people 212 

Thompson, M. Alice of old Vincennes...... 151 

Thompson, O. International eye. of music 

and musicians 220 

Thompson, R. W. Portrait of a patriot.... 122 

Thompson, W. Circle of the braves 132 

Thomson, J. E. Our Atlantic possessions 193 

Thord Firetooth 14 

Thorn-apple tree 104 

Thornton-Cook, E. Justly dear 78 

Those who go against the current. 159 

Thousand march 77 

Thread of scarlet 161 

Three against the sea 209 

Three Conquistadores 118 

Three in the jungle 127 

Three kings - 6 

Three musketeers j>2 

Three ships came sailing 139 

Three sides of Agiochook 138 

Three sisters Jf 

3000 years of espionage 235 

Three worlds of Peru. 130 

Through by rail ." 185 

Through Elizabethan eyes 63 

Thumbs up ! 207 

Thunder island ~ 208 

Tidewater JJ8 

Tiger who walks alone. 127 

Tflio 209 

Tfflrf^"r"Angr^"dust,.! 204 

Time to laugh 90 

Time to remember 199 

Timur and his gang 97 

Tinker's leave. ^80 

To have and to hold. 138 

To make my bread 198 

To the end of the world ~ 68 

To the swift 168 

To the vanquished 92 

Togo and the rise of Japanese sea power 83 

Toil of the brave 147 

Told on the Bang's highway. 42 

Tom Jefferson 143 

Tom Paine. 153 

Tomahawk trail 138 

Tomb of TutrAnkh-Amen 21 

Tomlinson, E. New roads to riches 130 



PAGE 

Tomlinson, E. T. Scouting with General 

Pershing 195 

Spy of Saratoga 151 

Tomlinson, H. M. Day before .." 82 

Morning light 73 

Tomorrow's business [..." 230 

Tonty of the Iron Hand QQ 

Tools and the man \ 15 

Tools of tomorrow 193 

Toor, F. Three worlds of Peru 130 

Topography and strategy in the war 88 

Torch of liberty 157 

Torpedoes away, Sir ! 04 

Totem casts a shadow 183 

Tousey, S. Jerry and the pony express .. 173 

Northwest Mounted 114 

Towards the sunset ioe 

Tower in the mist 53 

Town crier of Gevrey 85 

Town life in ancient Italy 32 

Town of the fearless 160 

Towpath Andy .. 173 

Townsend, G. A. Rustics in rebellion 182 

Toynbee, A. J. Study of hist. 235 

Trade wind 149 

Traders dream 57 

Trading East 59 

Tradition 202 

Tragedy of waste 199 

Trager, H. Stories of child life in a 

Jewish Colony in Palestine 92 

Tragic era 189 

Trail of the little wagon 170 

Trail of the. ragged fox 137 

Trail of the sword 107 

Trail to Santa F4 160 

Trailing Cortez through Mexico.. 116 

Trail-makers of the Middle Border 167 

Trailmakers of the Northwest 143 

Train, A. K. Story of everyday things ... 201 

Trains 238 

Trains at work 232 

Trains, tracks and travel 190 

Trap-lines north. ill 

Trapper's trail 171 

Traveler in the fur cloak 74 

Traveler's candle 142 

Travels in France (1787-1789) 75 

Travels of Marco Polo 222 

Trease G. Secret fjord 59 

Shadow of the Hawk 59 

Trumpets in the West 68 

Treason at the Point. 150 

Treasure express , 176 

Treasure finders 132 

Treasure island 208 

Treasure of the Tortoise Islands .". 209 

Treasury for the free world 216 

Treasury of art masterpieces 218 

Treasury of Bible quotations 224 

Treasury of religious plays 224 

Treble, H. A. Everyday life in Rome 32 

Tree falls south 198 

Tree in the trail * 168 

Tree of freedom 145 

Tree of liberty 159 

Tree of life 224 

Trees 159 

Trent, Gregory (pseud.)* see 

Williamson, T. R. 
Trevelyan, G. M. Garibaldi and the 

Thousand 80 

Trial and error. 95 

Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel. 73 

Trojan boy , 23 

Tropical adventure. 211 

Tros of Samothrace 28 

Trotter, R. G. Canadian federation 114 

Troubled midnight 197 

Troyer, H. W. Salt and the savor. 178 

Trucks at work 232 

True, J. P. Iron star. , 14 

Trumpet to ^r P 149 

Trumpeter of Krakow 55 



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Trumpets at dawn 148 

Trumpets at the crossroads 45 

Trumpets calling 182 

Trumpets in the West 68 

Truth about the Unions 230 

Tsar of freedom 79 

Tschiffely*s ride 128 

Tubervflle, A. S. English men & manners 

in the 18th cent. 69 

Tucker, G. N. Canadian commercial 

revolution 109 

Tucker, T* G. Life in the Roman world 32 

Tunnel from Calais 97 

Tupak of the Incas 116 

Turgut lives in Turkey 90 

Turkey of Ataturk 95 

Turkey, old and new 100 

Turner, C. W. Buy Barbosa 122 

Turner, F. J. Frontier in American hist, 176 
Geographic influences in American 

political hist. 229 

Turner, N. B. In the days of young 

Washington 142 

Turner, B. Great cultural traditions 220 

Turning wheels 76 

Turpin, E. Littling of Gaywood 142 

Turquoise trail 172 

Tweed, G. B. Bobinson Crusoe U.S.A. ... 212 
Twelve portraits of the French revolution 74 

Twentieth century Europe 220 

Twenty-fifth mission 98 

(The) 26 letters 221 

Two boys in South American jungles 125 

Two captains West 162 

Two children of Tyre 18 

Two for the show 56 

Two friends of man 175 

Two little confederates 180 

Two oceans to Canton 162 

Two on a tow 170 

Two penniless Princesses 68 

Two solitudes Ill 

Two young Americans in Mexico 124 

Typee 207 



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U.S.S.B. 

Uarda 

U-boat stories 

Uncharted ways 

Uncle Bexnus 

Uncle Sam's Pacific islets 

Uncle Tom's cabin 

Under Bed Sea sun . 

Under the Bed robe 

Under two eagles 

Underground retreat 

Underwood E. W, Penitent 

Union of South Africa 

Union portraits 

United Nations primer 

U.S. and the Caribbean area 

U.S. as a world power 

U.S. colonies and dependencies 

U.S. Bureau of Census Abstract 

U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Yearbook... 
U.S. Dept. of State Far Eastern Service 

U.S. Policy in Korea 

U.S. Government manual 

U.S. Sup't. of Documents. Effect of 

atomic weapons 

Utopia in Uruguay 

University Debaters' annual 

Unknown country 

Unknown disciple 

Unknown lands 

Unrelenting struggle 

Unsolved mysteries of the Arctic 

Unspeakables 

Untermeyer L. Modern American and 

British poetry 



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Unwilling vestal []].. 

Up from slavery " 190 

Updegraff F. M, Blue dowry 142 

Coat for a soldier. 151 

Traveler's candle 142 

Updegraff B. R. Captains in conflict 191 

Ur of the Chaldees.. 22 

Utmost island 36 



Vaczek, L. C. River and the empty sea.... 

Vagabond in velvet ......... ............ _______ 

Vagabonding down the Andes ___ ...... __ ... 

Vagabonds . ... ................... _ ............... ... 

Vain shadow ................................... 

Valley in arms ....... .......... , .................... ... 

Van de Water, F. F. dory-hunter ..... 

Beluctant rebel ......................... ____ 

Van der Haas, H. Victorious island. ....... 

Van Dersal, W. B. Land renewed. ...... 

Van Deusen, G. G. Life of Henry day.. . 
Van Doren, C. C. American scripture*.. 
Van Doren, M. Anthology of worid 

poetry ............. ....... .............. 

Van Dyke, EL Broken soldier and the 
Maid of France .......... ...... _. 

Van Every, D. Westward the river .......... 

Van Hise, C. B. Conservation of natural 
resources in the U.S. __ ............ . 

Van Loon, H. Ancient man .... ............... 

Man, the miracle maker ........ . . .. 

Van Loon* H. W. Gnstaf I Vasa ....... 

Life and times of Simon Bolivar ,. , 

Thomas Jefferson- ..- ............ . ........ 

Van Metre, T. W. Trains, track* 

and travel ....... . ........ ........ ,., 

Van Nostrand Co. Scientific encyc... . . 

Van Paassen, P. Forgotten ally ............ 

Van Tyne, C. BL Loyalist in the Ameri- 
can revolution ........................ 

Van Valkenburg, S. Peace atlas of 



Vance, M. Lees of Arlington ...... 

Marie Antoinette ..... ................. 

Martha, daughter of Virginia.. .. 

Patsy Jefferson- ....................... 

Vandercook, J. W. Black majesty... ....... 

Great sailor ....................... . 

Varble, B. M. Beatrice the Brave ..... 

Vare, D. Last Empress .................... 

Vast horizons .............................. ,. . 

Vaucaire, M. Bolivar the liberator. 
Vaughan, A. C. Akka, dwarf of Syracuse 

Within the waUs .............. . ......... 

Venable, C. AH the brave rifles ........ 

Vercd, B. Bertrand of Brittany ...... 

Verne, J. Mich*** Strogoff ............... 

Mysterious island ..................... 

Verrill, A. EL In the wake of the 

buccaneers ............................. 

Incas treasure boose. .......................... ~ 

Our Indians ........... ~ ............... 

They found gold. ...................... 

Vestal, S. Jim Bridger .................... ~ ., . 

Oid Santa F traS ....... - ................... 

Bevoit on tfee border ................. 

Warpath ............... ... .-.... . 

Victor books of the symp&oaies -------- ...... 

Victor of Satemis 
Victoria of 
Victorious island 
Victors .......... - . ........... 

Victory through air power 
Vidai G. Search for the Kfeg 
Viking iaads ........................... 

Viking tales 

Vikings .................. - 

V3iage fc* the mm 

Vafege of singing birds ....... 

VSlage shield 



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Village that learned to read 127 

Villiers, A. Set of the sails ... .101 
Violette, H. H. Trail to Santa Fe ... 160 

Virgin Islands (Evans) . 210 

Virgin Islands (Henle) ... . .210 

Virgin Islands and their people . 211 

Virginian 192 

Viva La France . 85 

Vixens ... 189 

Voadica 35 

Voice and the light ... 52 

Volcano . ... 129 

Volcanoes in the sun 126 

Von Abele, R. Alexander Stephens . . 182 

Von Hagen, C. B. Forgotten Finca .. 128 

Von Hagen, V. W. J-ongle in the clouds 130 

Riches of South America . .. 130 

South America called them . . 122 

Voorhoeve, R. Tflio 209 

Vorse, M. M. H. Strike . . 198 

Vouza and the Solomon Islands 207 

Voyagers 51 

Voyages of Columbus . ... ...., 133 

Voyages of Jacques Cartier . . 103 

Voyageur .. ., 102 



w 

Wacousta . 107 

WadeE, S. H. Aaron Burr 162 

Waif maid 57 

Waldeck, R. G. Lustre in the sky. . 78 

Walden, A. T. Dog-puncher on the Yukon 193 
Waldman, F. Famous American athletes 

of today 221 

Waldman, M. England's Elizabeth 63 

Waldo, E. L. From travois to iron rail. 233 

Walk about Down Under 93 

Walk in the sun 201 

Walker, E. E. Our national Constitution 231 



Walker, K. M. Log of the Ark 

Walker, S. Mrs. Astor's horse 

Wallace, D. Ragged Inlet guards 

Story of Grenfell of Labrador 

Wallace, L. Ben-hur . 

Wallenstein . 

Walmsley, L. Fishermen at war 

Wain, N. House of exile 

Reaching for the stars 

Walpole, H. Secret city 

Walsh, E. A. Fall of the Russian Empire 
Walsh, J, J. High points in Medieval 

culture 

Walsh, M. Blackcock's feather 

Walsh, W. T. Philip II. 



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Waltarf, M. T. (The) Egyptian 
Walworth, A. Black ships off Japan 

Wampum and sixpence. 

Wanderer 

War and trade in the West Indies 

War chief 

War eagle 

War horse 

War in outline 1914-1918 

War of the copper kings 

War poems of the United Nations 

War trail of Big Bear 

War years with Jeb Stuart. . .. 

Ware, N. J. Labor movement in the U.S. 190 

Warfare by land and sea SI 

Warfare of today 87 

Warpath . . . 190 

Warren, H. G. Sword was their passport 122 

Warren, C. M. Only the valiant 188 

Warrens of Virginia 178 

Warriors with wings 205 

Warwickshire lad 57 

Watch for the dawn 80 

Watch in the night 46 

Watchwords of liberty 22S 

Water over the dam 165 

Waterless mountains 182 



PAGE 

Waters, W. E. Town life in ancient Italy 32 
Waterloo, S. Son of the ages . . . 14 

Story of Ab 14 

Treasure of the Tortoise Islands . 209 

Waterloo 73 

Washington, B. T. Up from slavery 190 

Washington 149 

Washington and his aids-de-camp 153 

Wasilewska, W. Rainbow 99 

Wasted island 82 

Watkins, T. Spanish galleon 60 

Watson, F. Wallenstein 63 

Watson, V. Flags over Quebec ... 108 

Waugh, E. Helena 30 

Waugh, E. D. Simon Bolivar . . 122 

(The) Wave 180 

Way of an eagle 152 

Way to Santiago .... 123 

Way west 167 

We are Alaskans 192 

We must march.. . . 171 

We need not fail 101 

We of Frabo stand 44 

We the people 200 

We too are people 199 

We who built America . 230 

Wealth of the American people 280 

Weaver, E. P. Book of Canada 104 

Weaver, R. B. Amusements and sports 

in America 144 

Industrial society 193 

Webster, D. E. Turkey of Ataturk 95 

Webster, H. Hist, of civilization 235 

Hist, of Latin America 119 

Readings in ancient hist. 213 

Webster Biographical dictionary . .. . 224 

Webster Geographical dictionary 222 

Wechsler, J. A. Labor baron 205 

Wechter, D. When Johnny comes march- 
ing home 205 

Wedgwood, C. V. William the Silent 63 

Weil, A. John Quincy Adams ... 151 

Weizmann, C. Trial and error 95 

Welch, E. Cradle of our nation 229 

(The) Welcome 201 

Wellard, J. H. General George S. Patton 205 

Welles, S. We need not fan 101 

Wellman, P. I. Death in the desert .. 121 
Wells, H. G. Mr. Britling sees it through 87 
Wells, R. F. On land & sea with Caesar 30 

Wells Fargo 175 

Werfel, F. V. Forty days of Musa Dagh 87 

Werner, M. R. Brigham Young 176 

Bryan - 193 

Wertenbaker, T. J. First Americans 144 

West, R. S. Admirals of American 

Empire 193 

West in American hist. . . 174 

West Indies 210 

West Point 281 

West we go .... 170 

Westcott, G. Apartment in Athens 99 

Westcott, J. V. Border Lord 60 

Westervelt, W. D. Hawaiian hist, legends 209 

Westminister hist, atlas of the Bible 217 

Weston, M. F. Great pathfinder 162 

Westward Ho! 5S 

Westward movement 216 

Westward the course 156 

Westward the river 160 

Westward with Columbus . . . , 132 

Weyl, N. Reconquest of Mexico 130 

Weyman, S. J, Chippinge borough 78 

Queen's foUy 65 

Starvecrow farm 78 

Traveler in the fur cloak 74 

Under the Red Robe 60 

Whale off! 16$ 

What have the Greeks done for modern 

civilization? 2$ 

What makes it tick 22$ 

What makes the wheels go round 226 

What the informed citizen needs to know 231 



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Wheeler, H. F. B. Boy's life of Lord 
Kitche 



Boy's life of Lord Roberts . . . 83 

French revolution 75 

Wheeler, O. Sing in praise 224 

Wheels toward the West 168 

Wheelwright, J. H. Gentlemen, hush! . 188 

Kentucky stand 152 

Strong room 60 

When a cobbler ruled a King . . . 73 
When Boston braved the King . . 144 

When guns thundered at Tripoli ... 155 

When horses pulled boats 175 

When Johnny comes marching home .. 205 

When knighthood was in flower 57 

When knights were bold 48 

When railroads were new 174 

When Spain was young 33 

When the French were here 145 

When the typhoon blows 98 

When the U-boats came to America .... 196 

When the West was young 189 

Where but in America .... . ... 230 

While still we live 97 

Whipple, G. Living on our earth . . . 222 

Whirlwind 71 

Whitaker, J. T. Americas to the South . 130 

Whitbeck, B. H. Geographic factors 222 

White, A. M. G. Saucy sailor and other 

dramatized ballads 220 

White, A. T. Lost worlds 16 

Men before Adam ... 16 

White, E. L. Andivius Hedulio 30 

Unwilling vestal 30 

Why Borne fell 32 

White, H. C. Dust on the King's highway 152 

To the end of the world 68 

Watch in the night 46 

White, L. Long Balkan night 101 

White, R. In privateer's bay 209 

Three against the sea 209 

White, S. E. Daniel Boone 162 

Gold 174 

Long rifle 161 

Ranchero 121 

White, T. Sword in the stone 37 

White, W. A, Certain rich man 192 

White, W. L. Bernard Baruch 201 

Queens die proudly 205 

They were expendible 205 

White brother .. 104 

White buffalo 156 

"Wliite company . . . -41 

White Feather 177 

White hawthorn 39 

White horse 70 

White isle 37 

White mare of the black tents 97 

White Queen 40 

White shadows 126 

White stag 36 

White Wampum 103 

Whitehead, A. C. Standard bearer ..... . 30 

White-headed eagle 176 

Whiteley, E. Washington and his aides- 
de-camp 158 

Whitlock, B. LaFayette 75 

Whitnall, H. O. Hunter of the caverns . 15 

Whitney, J. Abigail Adams 153 

Judith 1<1 

Whitney, P. A. Wflkrw Hill 22S 

Who fought and bled 154 

Who rides in the dark 158 

Who walk with the earth 197 

Why Rome fell 82 

Why war came to Korea 234 

Why we went to war 135 

Widdemer, H. C. In the shadow of the 

skyscraper ... 198 

Wiegler, P. WiBiam the First 6 

Wiese, K. Parrot dealer 128 

Wiese, M. Modern worker -... ... 19* 

Wild horses and geld IJJi 

orchard..- 1* 



Wild river ........................ 93 

Wild waters ............. " , .* " 171 

Wilderness adventure ... .... . . 140 

Wilderness road (Ctagston) 155 

Wilderness road (Kincaid) ......... ".'.'. . 153 

Wuderaess wife ............ m 

Wile, F. W. Men around the Kaiser. ."!."'! SS 
Wilder, J. C. Handbook of the war ., 95 
Wflder, L. I. Little house in the big 

woods ............... 18S 

SSfe T - N - Bri <*Se of San Luis Bey ' . 121 
Wildlife for America ........... 226 

W3gus, A. C. Caribbean area ..... .......... '. ISO 

Wilkie, W. L. One world ..... " " 205 

Wilkinson, C. Nelson ............ '. .'." """" 75 

Willert, P. F. Mirabeau ........... .. .......... 75 

William Jennings Bryan ......... 194 

William Lloyd Garrison ........ _ ........ 174 

William Penn ............................ 143 

William the Conqueror . " " 47 

William the First ....... ',..'"". ............... 80 

William the Silent (Baker) ...... l.."."Jl " '.' 

William the Silent (Wedgwood) ............ 3 

Williams, B. Botha, Smuts and South 

Africa ........................... 88 

Wffliams, B. A. House divided ........ '..!.". 181 

Thread of scarlet ................. _____ 161 

Williams, J. Counterfeit African _________ 30 

Stolen oracle, ...... ........ ....... ... ___ ..... SO 

Sword and the scythe. .................... 69 

Williams, M. Little brother Francis of 

Assisi ............. 48 

Williams, M. W. Dora Pedro ........... 1 ..... 122 

Williams, W. C. Wffliam Jennings Bryan 194 
Williamson, T. R. Against the jungle.... 128 

Before Homer ........ _ ................. _____ 24 

Beyond the Great wall ................ 92 

Flood fighters ......... _____ , ......... , .......... 198 

Hunters of long ago ................... ... 15 

In the stone age .......................... 15 

Last of the Gauchos ................. . ........ 12S 

Messenger to the Pharaoh. ........... 2t 

Saltar the Moagol ............... ....... 92 

Tamer of beasts .... ..................... 15 

Readings in American democracy 216 
Wfflison, G. F. Here they dug gold ...... 176 

Willow Hffl ....... _ ...................... .. 228 

WSmot-Buxton, E. M, Story of the 

Crusades .-.. . ............ , ...... .............. 48 

Wilson, G. Adventurers aIL..~ .................... 264 

Wilson, C. M. Meriwether Lewis of 

Lewis and Clark, ...................... 162 

Wilson, D. C. Prince of Egypt ....... 28 

Wilson, J. D. Through Elizabethan eyes 68 
Wilson, L. Story of Cortes ........ 118 

Wilson, M. Forging the pikes ............ 108 

Wilson, N. C. Treasure express ...... 176 

Wilson, W. EL Abe Lincoln of Pigeon 

Creek ................................ itt 

Sbooting star ....... . .... ...... 162 

Wilstach, P. Islands of the Mediterranean 212 
Wiltse, G. M. John C, Calhoon ....... 17* 

Wind from the mountains ..... .. ............ 76 

Wind in the olive trees .......... _ 98 

Wind in the Sahara ............... ___ 92 

Wind over Wisconsin .. . , . ............... 165 

Wind that wouldn't blow ............. ______ 17 

Winding river ................ , ....... .. .. IS* 

Windy island ...................... ....... - . 2*7 

Wingate*s raiders .. ..... ~ ........... ~, . 2*6 

Winged boat ................. --------- . ..... . 1*? 

Winged feet ........................ ! 

Winged girl of Knoseoe , ......... ..... ,. 22 

Winger moccasins .............. ~ ....... --- 1* 

Winged warfare .. ... .......................... 1*4 

Wings for Nikas ..... , ................ ..... 6 

Wings for words ................. 57, 286 

Whigs of riory ............... 17 

Wings over Central Amffrim ......... - 1*8 

Wings over t&e desert . ~ ...... 2*1 

Winlow, C. Y, Oar Httle Cartl**mix 



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Winter oo the Jofaaoy Smoker ---- 18J 

Wiatber, S. KL Take aS to Ncfarariu ---- 188 



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Wise, W. B. Swift walker ................. 108 

Wish, H. Contemporary America .......... 201 

Society & thought in early America 228 



Wissler, C. Indian cavalcade 

Wister, O. (The) Virginian 

With axe and musket at Plymouth 

With fire and sword 

With Gordon at Khartoum 

With hearts courageous 

With malice towards none 

With Napoleon in Russia 

With Padre Kino on the trafl 

With spurs 

With sword and song 

With the eagles 

Within the circle 

Within the hollow crown 

Within the walls 

Within this present 

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Wittke, C. Hist, of Canada ......................... 114 

We who built America .......... 230 

Witty, P. A. You and the Constitution 

of the U.S ..................... 231 

Woestemeyer, L F. Westward movement 216 
Wolff, O, M. Where but in America . 230 
Wolves against the moon ................ 104 

Woman of Spain .......................... 120 

Woman with a sword .................. ; . .......... 180 

Woman's place in primitive society ....... 16 

Women of the wilderness .................... 143 

Wonder of war at sea .................................. 86 

Wonder of war in the air ........................... 195 

Wonder of war in the Holy Land ............. 86 

Wonder of war on land ........................... 87 

Wonders of the past .......................... 217 

Wonders of the sea ............................. 221 

Woofter, T. J. Seven lean years ........ 201 

Wodey, C. L. Ur of the chaldees ........ 22 

Woodrow Wilson ...................................... 196 

Woodrow Wilson and the lost peace .. . . 19& 

Woodward, W. E. Tom Paine ............. 153 

Working for the Soviets ........................ 95 

World Almanac ............................... 224 

World and paradise ........................... 56 

World Court .............. ...................... 94 

World hist, at a glance ........................... 235 

World immigration ..................... 233 

World of the New Testament ................ 21 

World since 1914 ........................... 94 

World we live in .......................... 284 

World's living religions ....................... 224 

Wrath of Moto ................................ 90 

Wreath for Arabella ......................... 56 

Wreck of the Wild Wave ............... 207 

Wright, C. Their ships were broken ...... 78 

Wright, CI M. Here comes labor .. .. 201 

Wright, P. A. Alexander the Great . 26 
Wright, R. Fun and festivals from the 

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Wright, W. B. Tools and the man ......... 16 

Written in sand ................................... 154 

Wrong, G. M. Canada and the American 

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Canadians .................................. . ....... 114 

Conquest of New France .................... 109 

Wronghand ....................................... 189 

Wu Yung, flight of an Empress ............ 83 

Wulnoth the wanderer ............................ 84 

Wyatt, G. Buffalo gold ........................ 188 

Wronghand .................................. 189 

Wynd, O. Black fountains ................. 209 

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Yankee Pasha 167 

Yankee ships in the China seas 161 

Yankee stranger 173 



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Yaukey, G. S. Made in India .. . 101 
Ybarra, T. R. America faces South 130 

Hindenburg 95 

Yeager, D. G. Bob Flame 198 

Years of victory ... 74 

Years of wrath . 217 

Yeh, C. Mountain village . . 92 

Yellow bird 53 

Yellow poppy 75 

Yellow tapers for Paris 98 

Yerbe, F. Vixens 189 

Yoe, M. Greatest of the Borgias 63 

King of shadows 68 

Yon rolling river.. . 183 

Yonder sails the Mayflower 140 

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Two penniless princesses 68 

Yossele's holiday & the brave Maccabees 19 

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You and the Constitution of the U.S. .. 231 
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Young, A. M. Imperial Japan 95 

Young, F. B. Pilgrim's rest 82 

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Young, G. Viking lands 285 

Young, J. T. New American government 

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Young, S. Heaven trees 174 

Mayflower boy 142 

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Young, S. H. Klondike clan 112 

Young America's story of Franklin D. 

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Young Bess 54 

Young Canada 113 

Young Catherine 68 

Young Disraeli 80 

Young Douglas. . . 68 

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Young Franklin Roosevelt 191 

Young heroes of the war 100 

Young Jefferson 152 

Young King David 18 

Young knight 89 

Young LaFayette 152 

Young Mac of Fort Vancouver 105 

Young man from Mount Vernon 149 

Young Northwest 176 

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Young people's hist, of the Pilgrims 148 

Young pioneers on western trails . .. 169 

Young revolutionist 89 

Young Russian corporal 85 

Young sailors of Sidon 20 

Young tentmaker 44 

Young voyageur 105 

Young Wilkie 191 

Young Winston Churchill 93 

Youngest general 65 

Youngest rider 168 

Your forests . 226 

Youth replies, I can 96 



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Zangwffl, I. (The) Melting pot 250 

Zapata ... - 127 

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Zeitiin, L Gessar Khan 63 

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Zevin, B. D. Nothing to fear 205 

Zim, H. S. Rockets and jets 226 

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