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WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1902 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1902 



AN ATTEMPT AT AN EXHAUSTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY 

OF BOOKS AND ARTICLES ON UNITED STATES 

HISTORY PUBLISHED DURING THE YEAR 

1902 AND SOME MEMORANDA ON 

OTHER PORTIONS OF AMERICA 



BT 

ERNEST GUSHING RICHARDSON 

AND 

ANSON ELY MORSE 



PRINCETON, N. J. 

THE LIBRARY BOOK STORE 

1904 



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Copyright 1904 

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Ernest C. Richardson. 



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PREFACE 



This volume was occasioned by an inquiry among various members of the American 
Historical Association on behalf of its Bibliographical Committee as to what was the 
bibliographical aid most needed by American students of history at the present time. 
The answers were various, but the one which impressed the present editors most was the 
demand for an annual bibliography. This was in part because one of them had for a num- 
ber of years been providing each year for his own use something of this sort. Having ex- 
perience of the need and having a certain basis of material, the most practical thing to do 
seemed to be to work out a method more fully and arrange if practicable for continuous 
publication. Thanks to the enthusiasm and industry of Mr. Morse, then a post-graduate 
student at Princeton, now at the University of Wisconsin, it was possible to carry out the 
method with some fulness, and thanks to a fund given to the Princeton University Library 
by John L. Cadwalader, Esq., and used for the purchase of American Historical Periodicals 
and Proceedings, it was possible to do most of the work at first hand. 

Two or three methods were suggested by various members of the Association as to the 
best way of securing continuous publication, but pending final decision in this matter, it 
was thought best to have this volume issued by the editors on their own responsibility. 
It ia a pleasure to be able to say at date of publication, that the literature of 1903 is 
being gathered under the direction of Professor A. C. McLaughlin in the Bureau of His- 
torical Research of the Carnegie Institution. Those who are preparing the volume for 
1903 are in no sense bound to any particular feature of the method used in the preparation 
of this volume, but it is a matter of sincere congratulation that the real need is to be met 
under circumstances that will insure the production of a satisfactory and useful volume. 

The shortcomings of this volume are no doubt many and the historical deficiencies are 
probably greater than they would have been if Mr. Morse's aid had been available in the 
final preparation, but whatever they may be they have been materially lessened by the intel- 
ligent and competent aid of the Rev. Paul Martin, who has been in some sort managing 
editor during the later stages of the work. 

EBNEST GUSHING RICHARDSON. 

University Library, 

Princeton, New Jersey. 
March 16, 1904. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PREFACE v 

TABLE OF CONTENTS vii 

INTRODUCTION xi 

LIST OF PERIODICALS AND THEIR ABBREVIATIONS xv 

WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1 

CLASSIFIED INDEX 245 

General Works 245 

Bibliography 245 

Historical Writers 245 

Geography 246 

American and United States, General 247 

Alabama 247 

Alaska 247 

Arizona 247 

California 247 

Colorado 248 

Connecticut 248 

Delaware 249 

District of Columbia 249 

Florida 249 

Georgia 249 

Illinois ' 249 

Indian Territory 250 

Indiana 250 

Iowa ". 250 

Kansas 250 

Kentucky 250 

Louisiana 250 

Maine . 251 



Till WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

Maryland 251 

Massachusetts 251 

Biography 253 

Michigan 253 

Minnesota 254 

Mississippi 254 

Missouri 254 

Nebraska 254 

Nevada 254 

New Hampshire 254 

Biography 255 

New Jersey 255 

New Mexico 255 

New York 256 

Biography 256 

North Carolina 256 

North Dakota 257 

Ohio 257 

Biography 257 

Oklahoma 258 

Oregon 258 

Pacific Islands 258 

Pennsylvania 258 

Biography 259 

Philippine Islands 259 

Porto Rico 259 

Rhode Island 259 

South Carolina 259 

South Dakota 260 

Tennessee 260 

Texas 260 

Utah 260 

Vermont 260 

Virginia 261 

Biography 261 

Washington 261 

Wtst Virginia, 262 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. ii 

Wisconsin 262 

Wyoming 262 

British North America 262 

Biography 263 

West Indies 264 

Cuba 264 

Latin America 265 

Mexico 265 

Central America 265 

South America 265 

Arctic and Antarctic 266 

Periods and Topics 

Prehistoric Times and Indians 266 

Indians, Special Tribes 266 

Biography 267 

Indian Wars 267 

Discovery, Exploration and Colonization 267 

American Revolution 268 

Biography 268 

War of 1812 270 

Mexican War 271 

Civil War 271 

Biography 271 

Reconstruction 273 

Spanish American War 273 

Population 274 

Negro and Slavery 274 

Foreign Elements 274 

Religion 274 

Denominations, Orders, etc 274 

Religious Biography 275 

Learning and Education 278 

Special Institutions 278 

Biography 279 

Medical Biography 280 

Books and Literature 280 

Special Periodicals 181 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORX 1902. 

Biography 281 

Libraries 282 

Art (Including Music) 283 

Art Biography 283 

Theatre 284 

Recreations 284 

Customs and Usages 284 

Politics and Government 284 

Presidents and Vice Presidents 285 

Biography 285 

Congress and Departments 285 

Cabinet Officers, Diplomats, etc 285 

Army and Navy 286 

Army and Navy Biography 287 

Suffrage and Elections V . . 287 

Taxation \ . 287 

Local Government 287 

Foreign Relations 287 

Intel-nation Law and Arbitration 288 

Law 288 

Biography 288 

Criminal Biography 289 

Social Reform 289 

Biography 289 

Finance and Business 290 

Commercial and Industrial Biography 290 

Labor 292 

Productive Industries 292 

Mineral Industries 292 

Agriculture and Horticulture 292 

Animal Industries 293 

Manufactures and Building 293 

Transportation and Communication 293 

Roads 293 

Railroads 293 

Water Transportation 293 

Genealogy and Collected Biography 294 

Individual Families 294, 



INTRODUCTION 



This work as completed is an alphabetical subject list with a classified index. It at- 
tempts to cover the literature of 1902 on the Americas, exhaustively as regards the United 
States, rather fully for British America, and less fully for Latin America. It contains 
titles of books, pamphlets and articles analyzed from the periodicals, also appraisements of 
books condensed from standard reviews, brief definitions or descriptions of the subject head- 
ing employed and Library of Congress card numbers attached to the book titles so tar as 
they apply. It is printed in five and one-half point linotype on a twenty-nine em bar. 

As the book was undertaken first of all as an essay in method, some discussion of the 
forms chosen is due. 

Whether the alphabetical subject, the classed, or the alphabetical author form is the 
most useful for such a work, depends on the person using and the use made. On the whole 
the makers of encyclopaedias, indexes and library catalogues agree that the dictionary sub- 
ject form seems to serve the most needs. For the special student the classed form is usually 
counted best and for him a classified index is provided to supply this need in part. The 
alphabetical author list, so far as regards books and pamphlets, serves many needs, espe- 
cially of the book-seller and book-buyer, better than any other : but in the matter of 
analyzed articles it is almost worthless and for research work hardly better. Moreover the 
needs served by the alphabetical author list are already pretty well served by other works. 
On the whole, therefore, the alphabetical subject form seems best and the alphabetical 
author the one most easily dispensed with. 

Both books and analyzed articles are included and in one series. For some reasons it 
may be better to separate into two parallel series of subjects, one of books and one of per- 
iodicals, or, as some do, to separate into two groups under each subject. It is certainly an 
annoyance to some to run down the list of mixed titles, but on the whole, the most frequent 
needs are served by the mixed titles and an attempt has been made to reduce the annoyance 
to a minimum by typographical distinction beginning book titles with Clarendon and 
articles with spaced letters. 

The rule for inclusion is, in the case of books, exhaustiveness. In the case of articles 
this is necessarily tempered by a restrained criticism which aims to exclude the too rhe- 
torical and juvenile, but the rule even here is to include when in doubt. The aim of the 
work is first of all scholarly, but it tries to be useful to the general student down to the 
point of essay and debate work in high schools and colleges. In the case of historical per- 



xii WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

iodicals, the degree of thoroughness of analysis is generally indicated under that periodical 
in the list of periodicals unless the analysis is complete. They have in the main been 
analyzed completely even to somewhat short notes where these were a definite contribution 
for scholarly use, as many in the Pennsylvania Magazine e. g. are. In selections from gen- 
eral periodicals it is hard to draw the line between history and description of current 
events. In this matter the needs of essay and debate work have been taken into account 
and such periodicals as the Nation, the Outlook and the Independent pretty liberally 
analyzed. The periodical references are probably ninety-five per cent, first hand. Most of 
the second hand references are those from the foreign periodicals. Of the remainder a few 
from Fletcher's index may be identified by the form and annexed indication of month. The 
periodicals done at first hand include all the distinctly historical, i. e. those mentioned 
under the subject, Periodicals, save in a few cases there indicated. Among the general 
periodicals those done at first hand include the following: 

Am Anthropol; Am Germ; Am J Sci; Am J Theol; Am Law R; Am Miss; Ann Am 
Acad Pol Soc Sci; Ass Her; Atlan; Bibliog; Bib Sac; Blackw; Bk Buyer; Bookman; 
Canada Law J ; Cath Univ B ; Cath World ; Cent ; Chaut ; Columb Q ; Contemp ; Cosmopol ; 
Critic; Dial; Esp Mod; Fortn; Forum; Gunton's M; Harper; Harv Grad M; Harvard 
L E,; Hist Pub Cana; Indep; J Pol Econ; J Frankl Inst; Lib J; Luth Ch R; McClure; 
Macmil: Meth R; Meth R South; Miss R; Nation; 19th Cent; No Am; Out West; Outing; 
Outl; Pol Sci Q; Presb and Ref R; Princeton Alumni W; Princeton Bull; Quar Rev; R of 
Rs (NY); Scrib M; Sewanee; South Work; World's Work; Yale R. 

The definitions are not intended as much more than a description of the subject. Any 
one who has much occasion to use indexes knows the difficulty often in identifying the sub- 
ject referred to, and this feature is intended partly for this need. But in many cases, 
especially of biographies which do not occur in the ordinary dictionaries of biography, the 
brief data have been taken from the articles themselves, and as they are not found in the 
ordinary sources, they form a real, if slight, contribution to knowledge. It must be con- 
fessed that in the many cases where the one line definition seems only a description of the 
obvious, there is little real reason, save methodical uniformity, for including the definition. 

The question of appraisement is one of some seriousness. The inclusion of this feature 
certainly delays the publication of an annual volume, since the best reviews often do not 
appear until from six to twelve months after the book, and the value of an annual bibli- 
ography is in more or less close relation to the promptness of its appearance. There are, 
moreover, still some who hold that any annotation, save perhaps description of contents 
where this is not well indicated by title, is superfluous. But on the other hand the experi- 
ments of Mr. lies, and the experience of all librarians with annotated catalogues of all 
sorts, have shown that to many at least such annotation is of real and considerable value, 
and the experience of those to whom it is not of value is not evidence in point. Opinion is 
divided as to whether re-appraisement or condensation from standard reviews is the best 
method. Re-appraisement may be well with a technical expert as editor and with unlimited 
time, but even this may be doubted. The point of view of this method is that variant 
opinions condensed to the last degree, with index references to the pages where the original 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. xlll 

review may be found, is the most practical method. The chief sources of these reviews in 
this work are: the Nation, which if it verges toward the less indulgent criticism is yet pre- 
eminent among our general critical journals, the American Historical Review, indisputably 
the leader of our historical reviews, and the Dial, which, while in contrast to the Nation it 
verges to the more indulgent, is, nevertheless, of dignified character and includes a large 
range and number of books reviewed. For local and genealogical literature, the chief 
sources are the New England Historical and Genealogical Register and the New York His- 
torical and Biographical Record. Beside the above mentioned sources, many others have 
been drawn on for occasional notes. The admirable reviews of daily papers like the New 
York Sun, Tribune, Times, etc., have not been used because files are less generally accessible 
to those likely to use this work. 

The Library of Congress card numbers are added for the sake of the rapidly growing 
cumber of librarians and students who find it convenient or economical to use these cards. 
The great advantage of the method to any one gathering material for study in any particu- 
lar line is one now generally recognized and the advantage grows each year as the stock of 
cards increases. 

The linotype was used in printing because the method was developed with an eye to 
the possibility of cumulating every five years. The smallness of type and length of line 
have been somewhat sharply criticised on the ground of a sample page sent out. The length 
of the line is due to the effort to confine as many titles as possible to a single bar apiece, on 
account of the convenience of handling in cumulative work. It cannot be denied that the 
line is too long for easy reading. The reason for the small size of type is partly the desire 
to get whole titles on a bar, and partly the librarian's maxim for a reference book, "the 
maximum material in the minimum bulk." It must always be a question where to draw the 
line in the matter of type. Any index work not often- calling for continuous reading, will 
bear a relatively small type, and a small type with a little leading is easier to use than a 
larger type solid. 

The classified index was added after some hesitation. It is merely a somewhat rough 
classification of the subjects in the body of the work, printed from the same bars. There is 
little cross referencing and where a name like that of Grant occurs under Presidents, it is 
not repeated under any other head. A complete method would call for an author index, 
which might have been made by re-arranging author bars as the subject bars were re- 
arranged, but the bulk involved and the expense dissuaded from this. 



LIST OF PERIODICALS AND THEIR ABBREVIATIONS 



Academic des Sciences Morale* et Poli tiques. MSmoires. Paris . . . Acad Sci Mor Pol 

Acadi ensis. St. Johns, N. B Aoad 

Ainslee's Magazine. New York Ainslee's M 

Akademiscbe Blatter. Berlin Akad Blatter 

Allgemeine Militarzeitung. Darmstadt Mil Ztg 

Alpine Journal. London Alpine J 

American Anthropologist. New York Am Anthropol 

American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal. Chicago Am Antiq 

American Antiquarian Society, Proceedings. Worcester, Mass Am Antiq Soc 

American Architect. Boston Am Arch 

American Catholic Historical Researches. Parkesburg, Pa Am Cath Res 

American Catholic Hist. Soc. of Philadelphia. Records. Phila ... Am Cath Hist 

American Catholic Quarterly. Philadelphia Am Cath Q 

American Geographical Society Bulletin. New York Am Oeog Soc Bull 

American Heraldic Journal. Columbus, Am Herald 

American Historical Association Report. Washington Am Hist A Rep 

American Hist. Magazine and Tenn. Hist. 800. Quarterly. Nash- 
ville, Tenn Am Hist Mag 

American Historical Review. New York Am Hist R 

American Jewish Historical Society Publications Pub Am Jew Hist 

American Journal of Archaeology. Baltimore Am Jour Archapol 

American Journal of Philology. Baltimore Am J Philol 

American Journal of Science. New Haven, Conn Am J Sci 

American Journal of Sociology. Chicago Am J Sociol 

American Journal of Theology. Chicago Am J Theol 

American Law Review. St. Louis, Mo Am Law B 

American Missionary. New York Am Miss 

American Monthly Magazine. Washington Am Month M 

American Statistical Assoc. Publications. Boston Am Statis Assoo 

Americana Germanica. New York , Am Germ 

Annales de Geographic. Paris Ann Geog 

Annals of Iowa. Des Moines, la Annals of Iowa 

Annals of the Amer. Academy of Political and Social Science. Phila. Ann Am Aoad Pol Sci 

Anthropologie. Paris Anthrop 

Appalachia Appalaohia 

Architectural Record. New York Archit Rec 

Arena. Boston, Mass Arena 

Assembly Herald. New York Ass Her 

Athenaeum. London Ath 

Atlantic Monthly. Boston Atlan 



xvl WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

Bayerische Handelszeitung. Miinchen Bayer Handelsz 

Beitrage z, Kolonialpolitik. Berlin , Beitr z Kolonialpolitik 

Bericht d.Senckenberg Naturf orach. Gesellschaft in Frankfurt A.M. Bar Senckenberg Naturf Gei 

Berliner Gartner-Borse. Berlin Ber Gaertner 

Biblical World. Chicago Bib World 

Bibliographer. New York Bibliog 

Bibliotheca Sacra. Oberlin, Bib Sac 

Blackwood's Magazine. Edinburgh Blackw 

Book Buyer. New York Bk Buyer 

Bookman. New York Bcokman 

Boston Public Library Monthly Bulletin. Boston Bost Bull 

Brush and Pencil. Chicago Brush & P 

Buffalo Historical Society, Publications. Buffalo, N. Y Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 

Bulletin de la Societe Generale d'iducation et d'Enseignement. 

Paris Bull Soc Gen d'Ed 

Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. New York . . Bull Am Museum Nat Hist 

Bunker Hill Monument Association. Proceedings. Boston Bunker Hill Mon Ass'n 

California University Chronicle. Berkeley, Cal Calif Univ Chron 

Canada Law Journal. Toronto Canada Law J 

Canadian Institute, Transactions. Toronto Trans Canad Institute 

Canadian Magazine. Toronto Canad M 

Gassier' s Magazine. London Gassier 

Catholic University Bulletin. Washington Cath Univ B 

Catholic World. New York Cath World 

Century. New York 0nt 

Chamber's Journal. Edinburgh Chamb J 

Charities. New York Char 

Chautauqtuan. Meadville, Pa Chaut 

Collector. New York Collect 

Colonial Society of Massachusetts Publications. Boston Pub Col Soc of Mais 

Columbia Historical Society. Washington Rec Columbia Hist Soc 

Columbia University Quarterly. New York Columb Q 

Confederate Veteran. Nashville, Tenn Confed Vet 

Connecticut Magazine. Hartford, Conn Conn Mag 

Contemporary Review. London Contemp 

Correspondant. Paris Corresp 

Cosmopolitan. New York Cosmopol 

Cosmos. Paris Cosmos 

Country Life in America. New York Ctry Life Am 

Craftsman. Syracuse, N. Y Craftsman 

Critic. New York Critic 

Current History. Buffalo, N. Y Current Hist 

Dedham Historical Register. Dedham, Mass Dedh Reg 

Deutsch-Americkanische Geschichtsblatter. Chicago, 111 Deutsch-Am G 

Deutsche Export-Revue Beilage. Stuttgart Dtsch Ezp Rev Boil 

Deutsche Stimmen. Berlin, Deut Stimmen 

Dial. Chicago Dial 

Eclectic Magazine. New York Eel M 

Economic Journal. London, Eoon J 

Economic Review. London Econ R 

Economista. Firenze , Economista 

iconomiste Frangais. Paris con Fr 

Education. Boston Educa 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. rvii 

Educational Review. New York , Educa R 

Empire Review. London , Emp 

Engineering Magazine. New York ' Engin M 

English Historical Review. London Eng Hist R 

Espana Moderna (La). Madrid Esp Mod 

Essex Antiquarian. Salem, Mass Ess Ant 

Estudios Militares. Madrid , Estud Milit 

Atudes. Paris Xt 

Everybody's Magazine. New York Everybody's 

Export. Berlin Export 

Filson Club Publications. Louisville, Ky Filson Club Pub 

Florida Magazine. Jacksonville, Fla Fla M 

Fortnightly Review. London Fortn 

Forum. New York Forum 

Freie Wort, Das. Frankfurt a. M Freie Wort 

Gartenflora. Berlin Gartenflora 

Gartenlaube. Leipzig Gartenlaube 

Genealogical Quarterly Magazine. Burlington, Vt Gen Q M 

Genealogist. Exeter, Eng Genealogist 

General Society of Sons of the Revolution, Proceedings of Triennial 

Meeting Gen Soo Sons of Rev Proo 

Gentleman's Magazine, new series. London Gent M n s 

Geographical Journal. London Geog J 

Geographic (La). Bulletin de la Societe de g6ographie. Paris La Geog 

Geographisches Jahrbuch. Gotha , Geog Jahr 

Geographische Zeitschrif t. Berlin Geog Ztsoh 

Gesellschaf t. Leipsig Gesell 

Granite monthly. Concord, N. H , Granite M 

Green Bag. Boston Green Bag 

Grenzboten. Leipzig , Grenzboton 

Gulf States Historical Magazine. Montgomery, Ala Gulf Mag 

Gun ton' g Magazine. New York , Gunton's Mag 

Harper's Magazine. New York Harper 

Harvard Graduates' Magazine. Cambridge, Mass Harv Grad M 

Harvard Law Review. Cambridge, Mass Harvard L R 

Historical Quarterly. Manchester, N. H Historic Quart 

Historisohe-politische Blatter fur das Katholische Deutschland. 

Munchen Hist Pol Bl f d Kath 

Historische-Poli tische Blatter. Munchen Hist-Fol Bl 

Holland Society of New York. Yearbook. New York Yearbook Holland Soc 

Huguenot Society of South Carolina Transactions. Charleston, B.C. Hug Soc S C 

Humani te Nouvelle. Paris Humani te Nou v 

Idler. London Idler 

niustrierte Zeitung. Leipzig Illus Zeit 

Independent. New York Indep 

Indiana Historical Society Publications. Indianapolis Ind Hist Pub 

International Monthly [later, Quarterly]. Burlington, Vt Internat Mo [Q] 

Iowa Historical Record. Iowa City Iowa Hist Rec 

Ipswich Historical Society. Salem, Mass Ipsw Hist 8 

Jahrbuch d. Schiff bauteohnischen Gesellschaft. Berlin Jahrb d Schiffbautech 

Jerseyman. Flemington, N. J Jerseym 

John P. Branch Historical Papers of Randolph-Macon College. 

Richmond, Va Branch Pap 



svlll WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Hist. , etc. Baltimore .T H Uni v Studies 

Journal des Debat a. Paris Jour Defeats 

Journal des iconomistes. Paris Jour icon 

Journal of Amer Folk-Lore. Boston. J Am Folk-Lore 

Journal of Political Economy. Chicago J Pol Econ 

Journal of the Franklin Institute. Philadelphia J Frankl Inst 

Kansas State Historical Society Transactions. Topeka, Kan Trans Kan Hist Soc 

Kathol. Kirchenblatt f. Sachsen. Dresden Kath Kirchenbl f Sachsen 

Kathol-Missionen. Freiburg Kath Missionen 

Koloniale Zeitschrift. Berlin Kolon Ztsch 

Kultur. Stuttgart Kultur 

Kunstchronik. Leipzig Kunstchron 

Lancaster Co. (Fa.) Historical Society Papers. Lancaster, Pa Lancaster Pap 

Lectures pour tous. Paris Lect pour tons 

Lewisiana or Lewis Letter. Guilf ord, Conn Lewis 

Library Journal. New York Lib J 

Lippincott's Magazine. Philadelphia Lippinc 

Literary and Historical Society [of Quebec], Transactions Trans Literary & Hist Soc 

Literary World. Boston Lit W 

Littell's Living Age. Boston Liv Age 

Litterarische Echo. Berlin Litt Echo 

Lost Cause. Louisville. Ky Lost Cause 

Lower Norfolk County Virginia Antiquary, Baltimore Low Norf Ant 

Lutheran Church Review. Phila Luth Ch R 

Lutheran Quarterly. Gettysburg, Pa Luth Q 

Lynn Historical Society of Lynn, Mass. Register. Lynn, Mass Lynn Reg 

McClure's Magazine. New York McClure 

Maomillan's Magazine. London , Macmil 

Magazine of American History. New York Mag Am Hist 

Massachusetts Historical Society, Proceedings. Boston Mass Hist Soc Proc 

Mayflower Descendant. Boston . . ., Mayfl Desc 

Medford Historical Register. Medford, Mass Medf Reg 

Meer u. Kiiste. Rostock Meer u Kiiste 

Memorial diplomatique. Paris .Mem dipl 

Methodist Review. New York Meth R 

Methodist Review (South). Louisville, Ky, Meth R South 

Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society Collections and Researches. 

Lansing, Mich Mich Hist Coll 

Militar-Wochenblatt. Berlin , Mi! Wochenbl 

Missionary Review of the World. New York Miss R 

Missions Catholiques. Lyon Miss Cath 

Mississippi Historical Sooiety, Publications of. Oxford, Miss Miss Hist P 

Monatsschrift fur Deutsche Beamte. Berlin Monats f Dtsche Beamte 

Monde Illustrg. Paris Monde 111 

Month. Lend. & N. Y Month 

Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburg. Pittsburg. Pitts ., Bull 

Monthly Review. London Monthly R 

Municipal Affairs. New York Munio Aft 

Munsey's Magazine. New York Munsey 

Music. Chicago Music 

Nation. New York Nation 

National Magazine. Boston Nat'l M 

National Review. London Nat Rev 



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Nature (La). Paris Nature 

Nebraska State Historical Society, Proceedings and collections. 

Lincoln, Neb Neb Hist S 

Neue Zeit. Stuttgart Neue Zeit 

New England Catholic Historical Society Publications. Boston N E Cath Hist Pub 

New England Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston, Mass N E Reg 

New England Magazine. Boston N Eng Mag 

New Hampshire Historical Society, Proceedings. Concord, N. H...JN H Hist 8 

New Jersey Historical Society, Proceedings. Paterson, N. J N J Hist 8 

New Liberal Review. London New Lib R 

New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. New York N Y Rec 

New York Public Library Bulletin. New York N Y Bull 

New York State Historical Association, Proceedings N Y Hist A 

Nineteenth Century. London , 19th Cent 

Norddeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung. Berlin Norddeut allgem Zeit 

North American Review. New York No Am 

North Carolina Booklet. Raleigh, N. C N C Bookl 

Notes and queries and Historic magazine. Manchester, N. H Notes and Q 

Nouvelle France (La). Quebec Nouv-Fr 

Nouvelle Revue. Paris Nouv Rev 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Publications. Colum- 
bus, Ohio & Arch Hist Pub 

Old Continental. Des Moines, Iowa Continental 

Old Eliot. Eliot, Me Old Eliot 

"Old Northwest" Genealogical Quarterly. Columbus, Old Northw Q 

Ontario Annual Archaeological Report, 1901. Toronto Ontario Annual Arch Rept 

Open Court. Chicago Open Court 

Oregon Historical Society, Quarterly of the. Portland, Or Oreg Q 

Ostasien. Berlin , Ofctasien 

Out West. San Francisco Out West 

Outing. New York Outing 

Outlook. New York Outl 

Overland Monthly. San Francisco. Cal Overland 

The Owl. Kewaunee, Wl* Owl 

Pall Mall Magazine. London Pall Mall M 

Pastoralblatter fur Homiletik, Katechetik u. Seelsorge. Leipzig ... Pastoralbl f Homilet 

Patriotic Review. Boston , Patriot R 

Pedagogical Seminary. Worcester, Mass Fedagog Sem 

Pennsylvania German. Lebanon, Pa Pa Germ 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Phila Penn Mar 

Fetermann's Mittheilungen. Gotha Petermann's Mittheil 

Petit Temps (Le). Paris Pot Temps 

Political Science Quarterly. Boston Pol Sci Q 

Polytechnisob.es Centralblatt. Berlin Poly tech Central bl 

Popular Science Monthly. New York Pop Soi Mo 

Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Phil* Presb and Ref R 

Presbyterian Quarterly. Richmond, Va Pres Q 

Princeton Alumni Weekly. Princeton, N. J Princeton Alumni W 

Princeton University Bulletin. Princeton, N. J Princeton Bull 

Quarterly Journal of Economics. Cambridge, Mass. Q J Boon 



xx WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002. 

Quarterly Review. London Quar Rev 

Queens Quarterly. King-stem, Canada Queens Quarterly 

Questions Actuelles. Paris Quest Act 

Questions Diplomatiques et Coloniales. Paris. Quest Dipl et Colon 

Quinabaug Historical Society Leaflets. Southbridge, Mass Quinabaug- Hist Soo Leaf 

Razdn y Fe. Madrid ,. . . Razon y Fe 

Reoherches Historiques. L6 vis Rech Hist 

Reforme iconomique. Paris Bel con 

Reforme Sociale. Paris Ref Soc 

Review of Historical Publications relating to Canada for the year 

1902. Toronto Hist Pub Canad 

Review of Reviews. New York R of Rs (N Y) 

Revista Contemporanea. ' Madrid Rev cont 

Revue Canadienne. Montreal Revue Canadienne 

Revue Chre tienne. Paris Rev Chre tienne 

Revue de Droit international et de Legislation compares. Bruzelles . Rev Droit in ternat 

Revue de Geographic. Paris Rev Geog 

Revue de 1' Agenais. Agen Rev de L' Agenais 

Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale. Paris ,. . .Rev Met et Mor 

Revue de Paris. Paris Rev Far 

Revue de Synthese Historique. Paris Rev de Synthese historiq.ua 

Revue de Thfiologie et de Philosophic. Lausanne R Th Ph 

Revue des Deux Mondes. Paris Rev Deux Mondes 

Revue du Monde Catholique. Paris Rev Monde Cath 

Revue Frangaise. Paris Rev Frang 

Revue Gene rale du Droit International Public. Paris Revue Generate deDroitlnternationalPublio 

Rivista delle Biblioteche. Firenze Riv bibl 

Royal Historical Society, Transactions. London. Royal Hist 8 

Royal Society of Canada, Proceedings and Transactions Proo & Trans Royal Soc Canad 

Saturday Review. London Bat R 

School Review. Chicago. School R 

Science Sociale. Paris Sci Soc 

Soribner's Magazine. New York Scrib M 

Sewanee Review. Sewanee, Tenn Sewanee 

Smithsonian Institution, Annual Resort. Washington ? . . Smithson R 

South Atlantic Quarterly. Durham, N. C So Atlan Q 

South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine. Charleston . . S C Hist Mag 

South Dakota Historical Collections. Aberdeen, 8. D ...8 Dakota Hist Soo Col 

Southern Historical Society Papers. Richmond, Va South Hist Soo Pap 

Southern History Association Publications. Washington, D. C South Hist A Pub 

Southern Workman. Hampton, Va South Work 

Spirit of '76. New York Spiru of '76 

Texas State Historical Association, Quarterly of the. Austin, Tex. Texas Q 

Tour du Monde. Paris Tour Monde 

Transallegheny Historical Magazine. Morgan town, W. Va Transallegheny Hist M 

Trinity Archive. Durham, N. C Trinity Arch 

Ueberall. Berlin Ueberall 

Umschau. Frankfurt a. M Umschau 

United States Catholic Historical Society V S Cath Hist 

Vermont Antiquarian. Burlington, Vt Vt Ant 



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Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Richmond. Va Va Hag 

Vom Fel Zum Meer. Berlin Vom Fels i Mer 

Wage (Die). Wien Wage 

Wartburg (Die) . Miinchen Wartburg 

West Virginia Historical Magazine. Charleston, W. Va W Va Mac 

Westminster Review. London Weitm 

Wide World. New York Wide World 

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine. Will- 

iamsburg, Va Wm M Q 

Windsor Magazine. London Windsor M 

Wisconsin Archaeologist. Milwaukee, Wis Wis Arch 

Wisconsin State Historical Society Proceedings. Madison, Wis Wise Hist Proc 

Woche (Die). Berlin Woche 

Worcester Society of Antiquities, Proceedings. Worcester, Maas...Wor Soc Ant 

World's Work. New York World's Work 

Wyoming Hist, and Geol. Soc., Proceedings tc collections. Wilkes- 

barre, Pa Proo Wyoming Hist Soc 

Yale Review. New Haven, Conn Yale R 

Year Book of the Pennsylvania Society of New York Penn Soo of N Y 

Zeit (Die). Berlin Zeit 

Zeitschrift fur Ethnologic. Berlin , Z Ethnol 

Zeitsohrift der Gesellschaf t fur Erdkunde lu Berlin Ztsoh d Ges f Erdkunde s Ber 

20. Jahrhundert. Augsburg ... 80 Jahrh 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 

1902. 



ABBOTT, Henry (1832-98). N. H. banker, U. B. War agent, Sanitary commissioner, State senator. 

Henry, Abbott, [obituary] N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)295-6. 
ABBOTT, Lyman (.b.1835). X. Y. Congregational clergyman, editor and writer. 

M a b 1 e, Hamilton Wright. Doctor Lyman Abbott. World's Work 3(1901-2)1772-5, port. 
ABEILLE Canadienne." Canadian Literary journal, founded 1818. 

I. ' A b e 1 1 1 e Canadienne. Rech Hist 8(1902)29-30. 
ABENAKIS Indians. Algonquian tribe of Canada and Maine. 

A u c a 1 r, fille J. I'n Tfimoln du Passe. Nouv Fr 1(1902)276-81. 
ABEND, Eduard (b.1822). 111. lawyer and legislator. 

Z w e 1 deutsche Flnanzmanner v. 111. Eduard Abend, F.J. Bicker. Deutsch-Am G 24(1902)22-5. 
ABITIBI Indians. Hudson Bay tribe. 

II e m 1 u g, Arthur. The Abltlbl fur brigade. Scrlb M 32(1902)36-50. 111. 
A CADI A. Original name of Nora Scotia and neighborhood. 

Aoadiensis, a quarterly devoted to the Intercuts of the Maritime Provinces <>f Canada, vol. 1:1901; vol. II: 
1902. St. John, N.B.Jack, 1901-2. pp256;288. [Rev.ln:Hlst Pub Canad '02,7(1903)73-5 "founded to dis- 
cuss matters of Interest to the Maritime Provinces. . .satisfactorily carry. . .programme. . .Mr. Jack's 
competence as editor. . .unquestionable."] 

B a 1 1 e v, Hollis Russell. Acadla and New England. Acad 2(1902)98-106. 
Collins, Charles W. New England Catholic Historical Society publication, No. 3. The Acadlans of the 

Madawaska, Maine. [For details sec same title under subject, Madawaska, Me.] 
D a b 1 o n, Claude. Father John Plerron's journey from Acadla to Maryland In 1674. Am Cath Bet 

19(1902)76-7. 

F o n t a 1 n e, L. U. L'etymologle du mot Acadie. Rech Hist 8(1902)375. 
Jack, Edward. Lost In the forests of Acadla In 1677. Acad 2(1902)107-12. 
Mayer, Mary Josephine. The land of Evangeline. Critic 41(1902)108-12, 111. 
P o 1 r 1 e r, Pascal. Historic sites of Acadla. Acad 2(1902)229-37. 
ACTON, Mass. Village, Middlesex Co., 18 m. 8.W. of Lowell. 

N o y e s, Frederick Brooks. The tale of Brooks Tavern. New Eng M 27(1902)331-43, 111. 
AD AIR, John (1759-1840). Governor of Ky., General in War of 1812, U. S. senator. 

A d a 1 r, John. Observations on men and affairs In the old Southwest, 1809. Gulf Mag 1(1902)13-8. 
ADAMS, Alicia (Mrs. William Lawrence) (b.1767). Conn, bethrothed of Nathan Hale. 

Randall, Herbert. Alicia Adams betrothed to Natan Hale. Conn Mag 7(1902)364-5, port. 
ADAMS, Charles Kendall (1835-1902). President of Cornell and of University of Wisconsin. 
[Charles Kendall Adams] [obituary.] Am Hist R 8(1902)186. 
The late Dr. Charles Kendall Adams. R cf Rs 26(1902)310. port. 
ADAMS, Herbert Baxter (1850-1901). John Hopkins TJniv. Prof, of history and writer. 

Oilman, Daniel Colt. Tribute to Herbert B. Adams. Mass Hist Soc Proc II 15(1901-2)198-200. 
Johns Hopkins university. Herbert B. Adams; trlbur.es of friends, with a bibliography of the Department 
of history, politics and economics of the Johns Hopkins university, 1876-1901. Baltimore, The Johns 
Hopkins press, 1902. 160 p. front, port. 24%cm. (Johns Hopkins university studies In historical and 
political science. Series xx. Extra number) [Contents. Herbert B. Adams: a biographical sketch by 
J.M. Vincent. The life and services of Herbert Baxter Adams, by B.T.Ely. Other tributes: by D.O. 



2 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

Oilman [and] B.J.Ramage. Resolutions: American historical association, Trustees of the Johns Hopkins 
university, Johns Hopkins university historical and political science association. Bibliography of the 
Department of history, politics and economics, 1876-1901. Rev.in:Sewanee 10(1902)508-9 "Worthy 
memorial"; Nation 74(1902)386; South Hist A Pub 6(1902)351-2; Dial 32(1902)353; So Atlan Q 
1(1902)292-3. L.C. 2-10354] 

Vincent, John Martin. Herbert B. Adams. Am Hist A Rep '01 1(1902)197-210. 
ADAMS, Hugh. N. H. colonial minister. 

Rev. Hugh Adams (letter). Collect 16(1902)13-4. 
ADAMS, John (1735-1826). Mass. 2d President of United States. 

Adams, John. Letter to William Plumer [1814]. Bost Bull 6(1902)342-4. 
ADAMS, John Quincy (1767-1848). Mass. 6th President of United States. 

A d a m s, C. F. John Qulucy Adams and martial law. Mass Hist Soc Proc II 15(1901-2)436-78. 

Adams, John Qulncy. [letter] to William Plunmer [1818]. Bost Bull 7(1902)138-9. 

F o r d, W. C. John Quincy Adams and the Monroe Doctrine. Am Hist R 7(1902)676-96; 8(1902)28-52. 

Ford, Worthington Chauncey. John Quiucy Adams, his connection with the Monroe doctrine (1823) by 
Worthington Chauncey Ford, and with emancipation under martial law (1819-1842) by Charles Francis 
Adams... Cambridge, J. Wilson and son, 1902. 113 p. 25 x 16cm. [Pepr. from the Proc. Mass. his. 
soc. for January, 1902. L. C. 2-16883] 

ADAMS family. 

Adams, Win. N. Adams family of Maryland and Virginia. Va Mg 9(1902)313-14,432-3. 
ADDICKS, J. Edward (b.1841). Delaware politician. 

B o s s 1 s m in Delaware. Outl 70(1902)471-4. 
ADDISON, 111. Village, 18 m. W. by N. from Chicago. 

Lindemann.F. Bvang.-luth. Schullehrer-Semlnars In Addlson, 111. Deutsch-Am G 2.3(1902)17-21. 
ADEN A Indian Mound, 0. Near Chillioothe, southern Ohio. 

M 1 1 1 s, W. C. Excavations of the Adena Mound. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)451-79. 
AGLIONBY family. 

A g 1 1 o n b y, F. K. The Yates and Aglionby families, of Jefferson Co. W. Va. W Va Mag 2.3(1902)44-51 
AGRICULTURE. Cultivation of plants and animali for human use. 

[Coburn, Foster Dwight] Kansas and her resources. 80th thousand. [Chicago?] Passenger de't, The 
Atchlson, Topeka & Santa Fe railway company, 1902. 69 p. incl. front., 111. map. 15% x 8%cm. 
( [Homeseekers' series, no. 7]) [L.C. 2-26021] 

Draper, William R. The farmer's balance sheet for (1902). R of Rs 26(1902)332-5, map. 

H a r w o o d, W. S. The new agriculture. . .experiment station work. Scrlb M 31(1902)643-60, 111. 

Howard, Emma S. Women farmers ill California. Ctry Life Am l(1902)97(Ja). 

M a t s o n, Clarence H. Improved conditions in the American farmer's life. R o,H.s 26(1902)329-31. 

P h e 1 p s, Charles S. Is there a decadency of New England agriculture? New Eng M 25(1901-2)374-83. 

V. S. Dept. of agriculture. Div. of publications. ...Index to the yearbooks 1894-1900. Prepared by 
Charles H. Greathouse. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 196 p. 24cm. (Its Bulletin, no. 7) 
[L.C. 3-8705] 

U. B. Dept. of agriculture. Div. of publications. ...List by titles from 1840 to June, 1901, inclusive. 
Comp. and compared with the originals by R.B.Handy and Minna A. Cannon... Washington, Gov't 
print, off., 1902. 216 p. 23cm. (Its Bulletin no. 6) [L.C. 3-6387] 
AGUINALDO, Emilio (b.1870). Filipino insurrectionist against Spain and XT. 8. 

Le R o y, James A. (letter). A rejoinder to Mr. Lopez. Indep 64(1902)1660-1. 

Lopez, Slxto (letter). The real Agulnaldo. Indep 54(1902)1659-60. 
AINOS. Aboriginal race of northern Japan. 

M o r 1 c e, Rev. A. G. Carriers and Alnos at home. Am Ant 24(1902)88-93. 
ALABAMA. Southern state of U. S., on Gulf of Mexico, admitted 1819. 

An Alabama bicentennial. R of Rs 25(1902)304, ill. 

Alabama department of archleves and history. Gulf Mag 1(1902)64. 

The Alabama department of archives and history (note). South Hist A Pub 6(1902)90-1. 

Annexation of West Florida to Alabama. Gulf Mag 1(1902)146-7. 

Annual meeting of the Alabama Historical Society. Gulf Mag 1(1902)66-8. 

Burton, J. Q. History of the 47th Regiment of Alabama Volunteers, C. S. A. 1902. pp. 4 [3 columns to 
the page, without title, reprint, 100 cops.] 

Cory, Chappell. The Negro and the Alabama constitution. South Work 30(1901)628-30. 

Fleming, Walter L. The churches of Alabama during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Gulf Mag 
1(1902)103-27. 

H a 1 b e r t, H. S. Bernard Romans' map of 1772. Miss Hist P 6(1902)415-39, map. 

LonuLZ, Tennent. The state and its university and other speeches. Montgomery, Ala. 1902. 42 p. 80. 



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[Bev.iu: South Hist A Pub 6(1902)358 "An especially open, earnest plea for support of the state uni- 
versity."] 

Martin, William Elejius. ...Internal improvements in Alabama. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins' -press, 
1902. 87 p. 24%cm. (Johns Hopkins university studios in historical and political science. Series 20, 
110. 4) [L.O. 2-17637] 

System of land division adopted by the Tennessee Yazoo Company. Gulf Mag 1(1902)141-3. 

T i in ni o ii s, James E. The dispensary system in Alabama. Outl 71(1902)454-5. 

[Willett, Elbert Decatur]. History of Company B (originally Pickens Planters) 40th Alabama regiment, 
Confederate States army, 1862 to 1863. [Aniiiston, Ala., Printed by Norwood, 1902] 1 p.L, 89 p. 
22 Mi cm. [Preface signed J.J.W. (i. e. Joseph Jackson Willett) "Taken without revision or correction 
from the diary of Captain. . .E.D. Willett of Company B.'' Pref. Pages 85-89 are from diary of J.H. 
Curry. L.C. 3-5825] 
ALABAMA Claim*. Claims of U. 8. agst. Gt. Brit., arbitrated at Geneva, 1872. 

Wilson, James Grant. Two famous international arbitrations. Indep 54(1902)2410-11. 
ALAMO. Fort at San Antonio, Tex., scene of siege and massacre March 6, 1836. 

B a r k e r, E. C. William Barrett Travis, the hero of the Alamo. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)417-21. 

Bennett, Leonora, Historical sketch and guide to the Alamo. San Antonio, Tex., 1902. 131 p. Incl. 
front., plan. port. 19'^cm. [L.C. 2-24343] 

B r a d y, C. T. David Crockett and the most desperate defense iu Am. hist. McClure 18(1901-2)252-61, ill. 
ALASKA. Territory of U. 8. extreme northwestern N. A., purchased from Russia in 1867. 

Baker, Marcus, 1849 ...Geographic dictionary of Alaska. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 446, 
ill p. 23%un. (U. S. Geological survey. Bulletin no. 187. ser. F, Geography, 27) [L.C. 3-5817] 

B a r r 6, P. Lea mines de 1' Alaska et du Yukon. Rev Franc Nov (1902). 

B r o o k a, A. H. Proposed surveys in Alaska, 1902. Nat Geog M 13(1902)133(Ap). 

Dunn, Robert. Finding a volcano and wiping a... tut. from the map of Al. Outiiig 41(1901-2)321-32. 

G a m b e 1 1, F. H. Carrying the mail farthest north. World's Work 3(1901-2)1757-62, ill. 

1 m in .1 M u r i, Fr. Nordwest-Amerika u. Nordost-Aslen. Petermanns Mltthell (1902)49-58. 

Jackson, Sheldon, 1834 Facts about Alaska: its people, villages, missions, schools... New York, 
Woman's board of home missions of the Presbyterian church [1902?] 29 p. 111. (Incl. map) 20 Mi cm. 
[L.C. 3-21696] 

K i d d e r, James U. Hunting the big game of Western Alaska. Outing 41(1901-2)348-57, ill. 

1... G. W. Harriman Holiday cruise to Alaska. Nature 66(1902)176(Jel9). 

R o b o t, C. Acclimation du rennedous 1' Alaska. Nature 11 Jan (1902). 

Sullivan, May Kellogg. A woman who went to Alaska. Boston, J. H. Earle & company [1902] 392 p. 
lucl. front, (port.) pi., map. 19cm. [L.C. 2-29911] 

V. 8. Kept, of justice. Instructions to United States judges, marshals, attorneys, clerks, and commis- 
sioners for the district of Alaska. Effective from and after August 1, 1902. . . Washington, Gov't print, 
off., 1902. 104 p. 23cm. [L.C. 3-4102] 

Wlckersham, James. Contact between Asia and America. Am Ant 24(1902)187. 

Y o u n g. S. Hall. The situation in Alaska. Ass Her 6(1902)231-6. 
ALASKA-CANADA boundary Question. Controversy between Canada and 17. 8. 

The Alaska boundary. Nation 75(1902)258-9. 

Baloh, Thomas Willing. The Alasko-Canadian frontier. Read at the annual meeting of the Franklin in- 
stitute, January 15th, 1902, and reprinted from the "Journal of the Franklin Institute" for March, 1902. 
Philadelphia, Allen, Lane and Scott, 1902. 2 p. 1., 45 p. Incl. maps, front, (map) 26%cm. [also 2 ed. 
1902] [Rev.ln:Am Hist R 8(1902)204 "...concludes in favor of the American contention..." L. 0. 
2-7864] 

B a 1 c h, T. W. Canada and Alaska. Nation 74(1902)109-10. 

B a 1 c h, Thomas Willing. La Frontiers Alasko-Cauadieune. Rev. Drolt Internat. 34(1902)5-23. 

H o d g i n s, Thomas. The Alaska-Canada boundary dispute. Canada Law J 38(1902)570-88, map. 

Hodgint, Thomas, 1828 The Alaska-Canada boundary dispute, under the Anglo-Russian treatyof 1825; 
the Russian- American Alaska treaty of 1867; and the Anglo-American conventions of 1892, 1895 an<l 
1897. An historical and legal review. (From the Contemporary review) Toronto, Printed by R.G. Mc- 
Lean, 1902. 24 p. map. 25cm. [L.C. 3-3959] 

Johnston, Arthur. Facts about the Alaskan boundary. Nation 74(1902)69-70. 

S h a n n o n, R. W. Canada and Alaska. Nation 74il902)51. 

Wade, F. C. The Alaska-Yukon boundary dispute; its practical side. Empire R Jan. 1903 (1002)577-86. 
ALBANY, Ga. County seat of Dougherty Co. on Flint river. 

Davis, (Mrs.)W. L. Confederate monument at Albany, Ga. Confed Vet 10(1902)26-9, ill. 
ALBEMARLE. Confederate ram blown up Oct. 27, 1864. 

B i n k i n s, James. The Confederate ram Albemarle. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)206-14. 



4 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

ALCOTT family. 

Clark, Annie M[aria] L[awrence] 1836 The Alcotts ill Harvard. Lancaster, Mass., J.C.L.Clark, 1902. 
43, [1] p. front., pi., facsim. 20 x 16cm. "A part of these reminiscences have already appeared in 
the New England magazine." [Rev. in: Nation 75(1902)266 "Does not contain much in ... addition ... adds 
...modicum of personal recollection. . .photographs. .." L.C. 2-22201] 
ALDEN family. 

Alden, Augustus E. Pilgrim Alden; the story of the life of the first John Alden in America, with the 
interwoven story of the life & doings of the pilgrim colony, and some account of later Aldens. Boston, 
J.H.Earle & company [c!902] 4 p. 1., [13J-232 p. front., pi., facsim. 19%cm. [L.C. 3-9360] 
ALEUTIAN Islands. Alaska chain of islands extending nearly to Asia. 

M e r r 1 a m, C. Hard. Bogcslof volcanoes. Smithson R 1901(1902)367-75, ill., charts, plan. 
ALEXANDER, E. F. (b.1835), Confederate General, R. R. president. 

A 1 e x a n d e r, E. P. Lee at Appomattox. Personal recollections. Cent 63(1901-2)921-31, port. 
ALEXANDER, Francis (1800-80). American portrait painter. 

L e o n a r d, B. A. Francis Alexander. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)363-4. 
ALEXANDER, Simon (b.1819). German American pioneer, McLean county, Illinois. 

H a r i n g, T. Zwel ploniere von McLean co. (Heinrlch Funk Simon Alexander.) Doutsch-Am G 2.2 

(1902)46-9. 
ALEXANDER family. 

Alexander family. Wm M Q 10(1902)178-85; 11. 60-65, 115-121 
ALEXANDRIA, Va. Town on Potomac 7m. below Washington, D. C. 

C a m e r o n, Alexander. Washington and [Alexandria, Va.] New Kng M 27(1902)259-77, port., ill. 
ALFORD, Mass. Township, Berkshire Co., 10 m. S.W. of Lenox. 

Alford, Mass. Vital records of Alford, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. . . Boston, 1902. 32 p. 23%cm. 
(New-England historic genealogical society. [Vital records of the towns of Massachusetts]) Ed. by 
Henry Ernest Woods. [L.C. 3-5251] 
ALGONKIN8. Indian tribes including Ottawa, Delaware, etc. 

Chamberlain, Alexander F. Algonkian words in American English. J Am Folk-Lore 15(1902)240-67. 
Chamberlain, A. F. Signlf. of certain Algonquian animal-names. Am Anthropol n s 3(1902)669-83. 
L a t u 1 1 p e, E. A. Une Vislte Pastorale- chez les Algonquins. Nouv Fr 1(1902)478-91,574-82. 
Leland, Charles Godfrey. Kul6skap the master, and other Algonkin poems; tr. metrically by Charles God- 
frey Leland...and John Dyneley Prince... New York and London, Funk & Wagnalls company, 1902. 
370 p. col. front., 111., pi. 19V4cm. [Contents. pt. 1. The epic of Kul6skap. pt. 2. Witchraft lore. 
pt. 3. Lyrics and miscellany. Appendix: The Passaraaquoddy wampum records [in Passamaquoddy and 
English] Rev.!n:Hist Pub Canad '02,7(1003)175-8<A.F.Chamberlain). L.C. 2-28508] 
ALLEGHANY County, Va. A western Co. S.E. of Allaghany Mtt. 

M c A 1 1 1 s t e r, W. A. Pioneer days in Alleghany County. Va Mag 10(lM)2)183-7. 
ALLEN, Ethan (1737-89). Vt. officer in American Revolution. 

Brown, Charles Walter. Ethan Allen, of Green Mountain fame, a hero of the revolution. Chicago, M.A. 

Donohue & co. [1902] 1 p. 1., 281 p. front., pi., port., map, facsim. 20cm. [L.C. 2-24345] 
B u c k h a m, John Wright. The Robin Hood of Vermont. New Eng M 25(1901-2)102-19, port., facs., ill. 
Melville, Ernest. Ethan Allen. N. Y. Hist A 2(1902)16-23. 
ALLEN, Henry T. (b.1859). Chief of Philippine constabulary. 

J e n k s, Jeremiah W. The Philippine constabuary and its chief. R of Rs 26(1902)436-8, port. 
ALLEN family. 

Allen, Frank W. Charles Allen of Portsmouth, N. H., 1657, and some of his descendants. Boston, David 
Clapp & Son, 1902. 8vo. p. 7. [3 1. Men In N E Reg 56(1902)211 (F.W.Parke) "Greater part reprinted 
from the New Bug Hist and Gen Register."] 

Allen, Frank W. Charles Allen and some of his descendants. N E Ref 56(1902)26-30. 
ALLEN, "Land Bill" (1809-91). Ohio advocate of "Homestead Bill." 

R n n d a 1 1, E. O. "Land Bill" Allen. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)98-101. 
ALLENTOWN, Pa. City, Lehigh Co. on Lehigh r. 60 m. N. by W. from Philadelphia. 

[ A 1 1 e n t o w n, Pennsylvania.] Am Month M 21(1902)240-4, 111. 
ALLERTON, Isaac (ab. 1583-1659). Plymouth Colony merchant. 

I s a a s Allerton's deposition. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)109-10. 
ALLISON, William B. (b.1829). Iowa TT. S. senator. 

Senator William B. Allison of Iowa. World's Work 3(1901-2)1910, port only. 
ALMANACS. Books with calendar and miscellaneous information. 
Baltimore Sun Almanac. Bait.. Sun pr. off.. 1902. 176 p. 12o. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

Brooklyn daily Eagle almanac, v. 17. Brooklyn. c!902. 622 p. So. 

C u m 1 n g a, Elizabeth. A bundle of old almanacs. New Eng M 27(1902)49-58. 

T.angland, James. The Dally News Almanac, 1902. Chicago, Dally News. 

Tribune almanac and political register, 1902. N. Y., Tribune Association, 1902. 432 p. [12o.] 

World almanac and encyclopedia, 1902. N. Y. Press Publishing co., c!902. 608 p. [12o.] 

Note. Various other newspapers publish similar almanachs full of useful information on American affairs. 
ALMIRA, Kich. Township, Benzie Co. 

L 1 n k 1 e 1 1 e r, C. 8. Township History of Almira In Bousle Co. Mich Hist Coll '01,31(1902)102-13. 
AMANA, Iowa. Village 26 m. N.E. of Cedar Rapids. 

E 1 y, Richard 1. Amana: a study of religious communism. Harper 105(1902)659-68, ill. 
AMARANTH, The. New Brunswick Magazine published in 1841-2. 

Howe, Jonas. The Amaranth. Acad 2(1902)198-207. 
AMENTA, N. Y. Village, Dutchess Co., 86 m. N. by E. of New York. 

K :i r d e 1 e y, Wm. A. Marriage records of Amenia, N. Y. NY Rec 33(1902)46-8,90-5. 
AMERICA. (1) The Western Hemisphere or (2) the U. S. of America q. v. 

Acton (Lord) planned by, Ward, A. W. ; Litt, Prothero; Loathes, Stanley, ed. by. The Cambridge modern 
history. Vol. 1, The Renaissance. N. Y., Mai-mill, in, 1902. [Rev.in:Nation 76(1903)164-5 "...nineteen 
essays. . .treatment is careful, the methods exact... no eloquence ... styles is not dull ... intense practi- 
cability ... generally vigorous and pointed... a summary and philosophical view of .. .exploration. . .and of 
the foundation of the Spanish dominion in America ... remarkably high level. . .maintained. . .all are per- 
vadt-d by a truly scientific spirit."] 

d c M a r t e n s, F. A Russian's impressions of America. Indep 54(1902)2871-4, port. 

Dick son, Mrs. Marguerite Stockman. From the old world to the new; how America was found and set- 
tled. New York, London, The Macmlllnn company, 1902. XT, 197 p. incl. 111., pi., maps. 19% x 15%cm. 
[Rov.iu:Dlal 33(1902)480 "for. . .elementary schools. . .great many pictures ... to attract the childish in- 
terest." L.C. 2-23102] 

Emerson, Edwin, jr. A history of the nineteenth century, year by year... with an introduction by Georg 
Gottfried Gervinus; illustrated with sixteen colored plates and thirty-two full page, half-tone cuts and 
two maps... New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 1902. 3 v. col. front., pi. (partly col.) port., maps. 
iM'^rm. [Paged continuously. With the exception of slight changes in the title-page, identical with 
the edition published in the same year by P.F.Colller and son. The introduction is G.G.Gervinns' 
"KInleltung in die geschichte des neuneehnten jahrhunderts" (I^eipzig, 1863) tr. by M. Magnus. [Rev. 
ln:Am Hist R 8(1903)586-7(C.H.L.) "clear. . .index is only a mockery and a sham... the student. . .[In] 
Kngllsh. . .must for th<> present continue to. . .use. . .Hazell's Annual Cyclopedia and Mueller's Political 
History"; Dial 33(1902)113-6(Wallace Rice) "defects. . .largely inherent in the plan ... almost continu- 
ously Interesting. . .carefully .. .indexed. . .a valuable addition to works of reference. . .marginal annota- 
tions of topics... style is popular." L.C. 2-19294] 

Gerland,G. Amerlka, neuere Forschgn. 1898-1900. Geog. Jahrb. (1902)249-70. 

Helmolt, Hans F., and others, eds. Hist, of the world. N. Y., Dodd, 1902. In 8 v. v.l.!902(F22); 
v.4(My24), 111. [Rev. in: Nation 74(1902)410-11 "A type. . .which. . .Germans love to produce ... pos- 
sesses great Importance ... being the first systematic attempt... to write ... history of mankind in... ag- 
gregate."] 

Helps, Sir Arthur. The Spanish conquest In America and its relation to the history of slavery and to the 
government of colonies. New ed. ; ed. with iutrod. and notes by M. Oppenheim in 4 v. N. Y., J.Lane. 
12o. v.l, 1900, v.2,1902, v.3,1903. [Rev. In: Nation 74(1902)483 "Very modest in ... emendations" ; Nation 
70(1903)292 "editor's part, though nnpedantlc as respects the notes, has been painstaking and scholarly 
...conspicuous enrichment ... in the maps superadded"; Dial 34(1903)313 "Important reprint." L.C. 
3-8397] 

Jacobs, Joseph. The story of geographical discovery; how the world became known; with twenty-four 
maps, etc. New York, D.Appleton and company, 1902. 207 p. incl. front.. 111., maps. 19%cm. 
([Library of valuable information]) [L.C. 2-27977] 

Labberton, Robert H[enlopen] 1812-189S. Labberton's universal history, from the earliest times to the 
present in the light of recent discoveries, with genealogical and geographical illustrations. New York, 
Boston [etc.] Silver, Burdett and company, 1902. xxi, 221 p. maps, geneal. tab. 28cm. ["Table of 
contents and bibliography"; p. vii-x. [Rev.ln:Dial 33(1902)339 "still an atlas. . .maps. . .most im- 
portant feature, although the text is far more extensive." [L.C. 2-22011] 

M a d d e n, J. Wardens of the Marches. [Spanish explorers.] Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)40-6. 

Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893. The struggle for a continent; ed. by Pelbam Edgar... Boston, Little, 
Brown, & company, 1902. xix, 542 p. Incl. ill., maps, front, (port.) pi. 21cm. [L.C. 2-23431] 

Prescott, W. H. Hist, of the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella the Catholic. (Bohn's standard lib.) N. Y., 
Macmillan, 1902. 3 v. 12o. 

Shipley, John B. Rgcentes dCcouvertes sur les communications outre 1'Europe et 1'AmPrliiue au xve sl&cle. . 



< WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

Nfcrologie: Madame Marie A. Shipley, n6e Brown... Paris, Leroux, 1902. 1 p. 1., 10 p. 25cm. [Ex- 
tract from "Compte rendu du Congrfes international des Amricanistes," Paris, 1900. L.C. 2-19069] 

Sosa, F. Conquistadores antiguas y modernos. Esp Mod Abril pp. 59-100; Mayo pp.93-154. 
A Wright, R[ichard] R[obertj ...Negro companions of the Spanish explorers. [New York, 1902] 217- 

228 p. 25cm. At head of title: (From the American anthropologist (n. s.), vol. 4, April-June, 1902) 

[L. C. 3-14612] 
AMERICA, description and travel. 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. . . .Traveller tales of the pan- American countries; illustrated by more than forty 
engravings. Boston, D.Estes & company [1902] 1 p. 1., viii, 11-289 p. Incl. 111., pi. front. 20^cm. 
(Educational travel series) [L.C. 2-22281] 

Knebel-I)6berltz, H. v. Arnerikan. Reiseskizzen. Monats. f. Dtscho. Beamte (1902)12. 

Mackenzie, Alex. Voyages from Montreal through the Continent of North America to 'the Frozen and 
Pacific Oceans in 1789 and 1793. [For details see same title under subject, Canada.] 

Muirhead, Ja. F. America, the land of contrasts. New ed. N. Y., Lane, 1902. 12o. [Rev.in:Natlon 
74(1902)209 "Third edition of this genial. . .work"; Dial 32(1902)253 "second edition ... valuable com- 
mentary ... kindly in tone, yet not afraid of being critical."] 

R o h r b a c h, P. Arnerikan. Wandlungen. Zeit (1902)lI.Nr.6. 

...Strange lands near home. Boston, Ginn & comuany, 1902. vi, 138 p. Inol. front., ill. 18cm. (Youth's 
companion series'* [Rev. in: Nation 75(1902)421 "Consists of extracts from papers that have already 
appeared ... all relate to the Western hemisphere." L.C. 2-23753] 
AMERICAN Academy, Rome, Italy. Art school for American students, founded 1894. 

M c M i '. 1 u n, James. The American academy in Rome. No Am 174(1902)025-31. 
AMERICAN Colonization Society. Soc. founded in 1773 to restore negroes to Africa. 

List of works relating to the American Colonization Society, Liberia, negro colonization, etc., in the 

New York Public Library. N Y Bull 6(1902)265-9. 
AMERICAN Desert. The arid region of the western U. 8. 

Hill, Robert T. The transformation of the desert. World's Work 3(1901-2)1971-86, ill. 

Hill, Robert T. The wonders of the American desert. World's Work 3(1901-2)1818-32, map, ill. 
AMERICAN Economic Association, est. 1885. 

American Economic Assoc. Papers and proceedings of the fourteenth annual meeting. (Pub. vol. 3, no. 1.) 
N. Y., Macmillan, 1902. So. 

The Economic Association in Washington. [1901 meeting] Nation 74(1902)48-60. 
AMERICAN Historical Association, founded 1881, incorp. 1889. 

American Historical Association [1901 meeting]. Nation 74(1902)47.8. 

American historical association, ...Officers, committees, act of incorporation, constitution, list of mem- 
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H a s k 1 n s, Charles H. Report of proceedings of seventeenth annual meeting of the American His 
torical Association. Am Hist A Rep '01,1(1902)17-45. 

The meeting of the American Historical Association at Washington. Am Hist R 7(1902)421-36. 
AMERICAN Philosophical Society. Scientific soc. founded in 1769 in Phila. by Franklin. 

O b e r h o 1 z e r, Ellis Paxson. Franklin's Philosophical Society. Pop Sci M 60(1902)430-437. 
AMERICAN Revolution. War for independence against Great Britain 1775(1776)-83. 

For additional references see under the various local subjects and references to these in the Index. 

A 1 1 e n, W. C. Whigs and tories. N C Bookl 2.5(1902)3-24. 

American prisoners at Quebec during the Revolution. Gen Q M 3(1902)43-7. 

American Shrines. [Concord Bridge. Bunker Hill Monument. Washington's Elm. Plymouth Rock. 
Trenton Monument. Charter Oak. Lexington Common. Mount Vernon. Dorchester Heights] New 
Eng Mag 25(1901-2)2,130,266,522,650; 26(1902)130,258,386,514, ill. 

Army correspondence of Col. John Laurens. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)16-23. 

Bant, William (letters) to John Hancock, 1776, 1777. Bost Bull 7(1902)424-30. 

Bolton, Charles Knowles. The private soldier under Washington... New York, C.Scribner's sons, 1902. 
xiii, 258 p. pi., facsim. 21%cm. [Rev.lu:Am Hist R 8(1903)386-7 "material. . .collected with great 
care and... used with discretion and judgment... a view of the war as a real episode"; Dial 34(1903)26-7 
"exhaustive array... a vivid picture"; N E Reg 57(1903)126(Frances H.Brown) "Of great value... In- 
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C a p t. Richard Lushinttton's [Rev.] company (note). S C Hist Mac 3(1902)113-4. 

C 1 a r k s o n, Heriot. The hornet's nest. Mecklenburg, N. C. N C Bookl 1.6(1901)3-24. 

C o 1 e m a n, Samuel. [Letter] to Dwight Foster [1780]. Bost Bull 7(1902)498-9. 

Collins, Edward D. Committees of correspondence of the Am. Rev. Am Hist A Rep '01,1(1902)243-71. 

D a 1 1 o n, Mary Louise. Saint Louis, Missouri, in the Revolution. Am Month M 21(1902)193-7. 

D o d d, William E. North Carolina in the Revolution. So Atlan Q 1(1902)156-61. 

Dodd, William E. The role ot the South in the Revolution. Meth R South 51(1902)360-6. 



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D o n n i s o n, William. [Letter] to Dwlght Foster. Bost Bull 7(1902)497. 

Fisher, Sydney George. Tbe true history of the American revolution ... with twenty-four illustrations and 

maps... Philadelphia & London, J.B.Lippincott company, 1902. 437 p. front., pi., port., maps, facslm. 

21cm. [Rev.ln:Am Hist R 8(1903)773-6(C.H.Vau Tyne) "series of special arguments to prove certain 

facts... upon which the best historians. . .have been agreed for twenty years. . .style unfortunate. . .legal 

matter. ..best. ..cannot be wholly ignored"; Nation 76(1903)198-9 "everywhere a forcing of the note, 

an exaggeration of emphasis, a lack of sane Judgment. . .no bibliography and no adequate Index"; Dial 

f!4(1903)338-9(F.W.Sbepardson) "will havo value as a corrective. . .against the tendency to ever-empha- 

niae the heroic aspects of our Revolution..."; Am Hist R 8 (1903)403 ''purports to 'differ considerably 

from the accounts we have had so far." L.C. 2-27223] 

F o 1 8 o m, A. A. Commn. by Yorktown In 1854. Wro M Q 10(1902)213-21. 
Ford, Paul Leicester. The Crisis (1775). Blbliog 1(1902)139-82. 
Ford, Paul Leicester. Donkin's military collections. Bibliog 1(1902)22-6. 
F o s o m, A. A. French troops in Dedham. Dedh Heg 13(1902)94-5. 
Foster, Abiel. [Letter] to M. Weare [1783]. Bost Bull 7(1902)499. 
Foster, John. Tbe story of a private soldier [Moses Fellows] of the Rev. n.p. ; n.d. (1902) pp. 13. So. 

II. Men. in N E Reg 57(1903)231(F.W.Parke) "a sketch of Moses Fellows."] 
Foster,!. The story of a private soldier in the Revolution. Historic Quart 3(1902)86-96. 
Griffin, Martin I. J. Catholics alone loyal. Am Cath Res 19(1902)8-11. 
H a d 1 e y, E. D. Our first war of aggression. Canada the object. Granite M 32(1902)314-24. 
Hart, Albert Bushnell, oomp. ...Camps and firesides of the revolution, with the collaboration of Mabel 

Hill... New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1902. xiv p., 1 1., 309 p. incl. in., pi., port. 

front. lOUi'in. (Source readers in American history, no. 2) [Rev.in:Dlal 33(1902)289 "spelling and 

the language have been modernised"; Nation 75(1902)421 "[No] inder. . .table of contents Is verT 

meagre." L.C. 2-24258] 

H a rvoy, Margaret B. California in the Revolution. Am Month M 21(1002)273-84. 
Harvey, Margaret B. [Rev. patriots born In Lower Merlon.] Am Month M 21(1902)299-300. 
H n y w o o d, Marshall DeLancey. Revolutionary records of North Carolina. Gulf Mag 1(1902)52-3. 
Heneberger, Lucy L. Bailey. N. B. "Footprints on the sands of time. Am Month M 21(1902)289-94. 
Hill, I). H. Greene's retreat. N C Bookl 1.7(1901)3-27. 

H o w 1 a n d, Henry R. A British privateer in the American Revolution. Am Hist R 7(1902)286-303. 
Huebner, Francis C[hritian]. Charles Klllbuck; an Indian's story of the border wars of the American 

revolution, illustrated by W.F.Gilmore. Washington, D. C., The Herbert publishing company, 1902. 

:; p. 1., 315 p. front, (port.) pi. 20cm. [L.C. 2-24928] 
Jay, John. Abbe Hussey, Spanish chaplain in London, visits Madrid with the secretary of Lord George , 

fJermalne with Instructions concerning an exchange of American Revolutionary prisoners in England. ' 

Am Catb Res 19(1902)14-6. 

L :i F a y e 1 1 e. Letter [to Dr. Samuel Cooper] 1781. AID Hist R 8(1902)89-91. 
Laughton. John Knox. ed. The Naval miscellany. [For detail see same title under subject, Duncan, 

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Lee, Francis Llgbtfoot. Continental Board of War to the Gov. of Md. [1778]. Bost Bull 7(1902)22. 
Letters from Henry Laurens to his sou John, 1773-1776. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)86-96; 134-49; 207-15. 
List of armed vessels from port of Philadelphia, 1776-1777. Peun Mag 26(1902)145-7. -, 

Mst of patients... Marine Hospital, Philadelphia, 1784. Peun Mag 26(1902)92-100. 
Loblngler, Charles Snmner. Free masons In the American Revolution. Spirit of '76(1902)17-0. 
McCrady, Edward. The history of South Carolina In the Revolution, 1780-1783. [For details see same 

title under subject. South Carolina.] 
Melvin, James. The Journal of James Melvln, private soldier In Arnold's expedition against Quebec In 

the year 1775. [For details see same title under subject. Am. Rev.] 
Myers. Albert Cook. ed. Sallle Winter's Journal. Ferris & Leach, 1902. pp. 224. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 

8(1903)822 "interesting and amusing material for... social aspect of the Revolution."] 
The Navy of the Revolution. Collect 15(1902)137-8. 

Papers of 1st council of safety. . .In 8. C., 1775. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)3-15.69-85,123-38. 
Papers of 2d council of safety. . .in S. C., 1775-1776. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)193-201. 
P a u 1 1 1 n, C.O. The Naval administration of the SouthernStates during the Rev. Sewanee 10(1902)418-28. 
Prrrault, Frs. Bishop's charge, providing for the celebration of the anniversary of the evacuation of 

Quebec by the Americans on the 31st December, 1775. Am Cath Res 19(1902)67-70. 
P 1 1 1 m a n, Thomas M. The Revolutionary Congress of North Carolina. N C Bookl 2.6(1902)3-18. 
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Tr. and ed. from a copy of tb* author's manuscript In the city library at Bayreuth. [L.C. 2-24820] 
R n n d a 1 1, E. D. Ohio's part In the American Revolution. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)102-7. 



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Real daughters [of the American Revolution]. Am Month Mag 18(1901)14-21,125-9,249-52; 19(1901)24 
8,158-63,269-76,384-401,507-10,592-6; 20(1902)20-30,116-23,228-38,334-6,584-9,1037-41; 21(1902)27-32,119-26, 
211-6,302-7,376-9,462-4, ports., facs. 

[Rev. recruiting lists, pay lists, etc., of Pa.] Penn Mag 25(1901)420-3,426,429-30,577-9,582-3,588-94; 
25(1902)145,148-53,401-4,410-11,477-9. 

Rev. soldiers buried at Greenbridge cemetery, Saratoga Springs. Am Month M 21(1902)118. 

Revolutionary soldiers burled in Ohio. Am Month M 21(1902)460-2. 

Ross, George. Circular letter from Governor Ross, 1776. Bost Bull 7(1902)21. 

Rosseau, F. Laparticipatlon de 1'Espagne a la guerre d'AmiSrique (1779-1783). Paris, Jacquin, 1902. 

pp. 48. 80. 
. Selections from the Campbell papers. Va Mag 9(1902)298-306. 

Skinner, Henrietta Dana. New light on Revolutionary diplomacy. Harper 104(1901-2)777-84. 

Smith, Fitz-Henry. Were Burgoyne's officers quartered on the College? Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)50-0. 

Smith, Justin H. The prologue of the Am. Rev. 1. The barriers broken. Cent 65(1902)72-94. 

Soldiers and sailors of the Rev. Ess Ant 5(1901)10-2,174-9; 6(1902)31-4,80-3,116-20,164-5. 

Some Revolutionary soldiers from Virginia. Am Month M 21(1902)207-11. 

Some unpublished Revolutionary manuscripts [chiefly N. J.]. N J Hist S 3(1902)85-92. 

Suicide of Major Galvan. Penn Mag 26(1902)407-8. 

Tower, C. La Marquis de la E'ayette et la Revolution d'Ainerique. . .trad. . .par M.Gaston Paris Tome 1. 
Paris, Plon, 1902. pp. 475. 80. 

Van Tyne, Claude Halstoad. The loyalists in the American revolution. New York, London, The Mac- 
millan company, 1902. xii, 360 p. 20cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8 (1903) 776-9 (Victor Coffin) "not... sat- 
isfactory. . .tone is admirably objective. . .adds. . .information. . .defective chiefly because it attempts too 
much. . .deficient in firmness and deflniteness of plan and treatment. . .need [s] .. .pruning and readjust- 
ment... hasty and unwise contraction and. . .repetitious. . .diction. . .sometimes painful. . .good index... 
shows that its author can do better [no bibliography]"; Dial 34(1903)338-9(F.W.Shepardsou) "coucis.; 
...convenient handbook. . .abundant foot-notes and references to original sources"; Nation 76(1903)461-2 
"no bibliography. . .not. . .made much use of the sources. . .except at second hand. . .Citations are not 
made uniformly. . .number of errors of detail. . .will serve a useful purpose ... index is good"; Hist Pub 
Canad 7 40-2(E.Cruikshank) "resorted mainly to original sources ... some minor errors." L.C. 2-26761] 

V a rn e y, George J. Th Stars and Stripes a Boston idou. New Eng M 26(1902)539-48, ill. 

Virginia militia in the Revolution. Va Mag 9(1902)413-4: 10,82-3.188-9. 

W a 1 z, John A. Three Swabian Journalists and the Am. Rev. I. Friedrich Schiller. Am Germ 4(1902) 
95-129,267-91. 

Weedon, George, 17301-1790. Valley Forge orderly book of General George Weedon of the continental 
army under command of Gen. George Washington, in the campaign of 1777-8, describing the events of 
the battles of Brandywine, Warren tavern, Germantown, and Whltemarsh, and of the camps at Ne- 
shaminy, Wilmington, Pennypacker's Mills, Skippuek, Whitemarh, & Valley Forge. New York, Dodd, 
Mead and company, 1902. 3 p. 1., 323 p. front., plans. 24%cm. Published under the auspices of thv 
American philosophical society. Limited edition of 255 copies. [Rev. in: Nation 76(1903)72 "valuable 
record. . .orders. . .incomplete in. . .applying to the whole army. . .names. . .carelessly printed": 6 1. Men. 
in: Am Hist R 8(1903)607. L.C. 2-30083] 

W h i p p 1 e, William. [Letter] to Joslah Bartlett [1779]. Bost Bull 7(1902)23-4. 

W h i t e, E. (letter of) (1779). Some war news. Collect 15(1902)47. 
AMERICAN Sconic and Preservation Society. 

The American Scenic and Preservation Society. Mag Am Hist N. S. 1(1902)17-23, ill. 
AMERICAN School of classical studies at Athens, founded 1882. 

W h e e 1 e r, J. R. The American school of classical studies at Athens. Outl 71(1902)879-85, ports., ill. 
AMERICANISTS. Students of primitive Am. affairs. 

The International Congress of Americanists. Am Ant 24(1902)486-8. 
AMERICANIZATION. Moulding of foreign nations by American ideas. 

D e h n , P. Was wir v. Amerika lernen kflnnen. Dtsche.Exp.-Rev.Beil. (1902)Nr.3-5,9. 

D 5 n g e s. Amerlkanisierg. d. Welt. Beil.z.allgem.zeit (1902K 

H o r w i 1 1 , Herbert W. Is England being Americanized? Forum 33(1902)233-42. 

1. a b a d i e - L u g r a v e, G. L'ame'ricanlsatlon de lies Tahiti. Tour Monde 25 Jan (1902). 

L e g e r , A. L'Am6ricanisatlon du monde. Corresp 25 Avril (1902). 

L o s c h , H. Amerikanisierg. d. Welt. Deut. Stimnien. (1902)4.J.177-83,222-27. 

M a y o , Earl. The Americanization of England. Forum 32(1902)566-72. 

M e r k u r. Amerikanisierg. d. dtschen. Schiffahrts-Gesellschaften. Gesell (1902)1.8.1-6. 

Sincerus Amerikanlsmus i. Italien. 20 Jahrh.(1902)Nr.27. 

Stead, William T[homas] The Americanization of the world; or, The trend of the twentieth century. 
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Stead, W. T. Die amerikanisierung der welt. Ber. Vita. 1902. 4o. M.2. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 8 

AMERICA'S cup. Prize for international yacht racing. 

Mr. Lawson and the America's cup. Nation 75(1902)127-8. 

Thompson, Winfleld M[artin], and Lawson, Thomas W. The Lawson history of the America's cup; a 
record of fifty years. Boston, Mass., 1902. xv, 402 p. front., pi. (partly col.) port, maps, facslm., diagr. 
SO^cm. [Title In red and black within ornamental border; Initials and tailpieces. "This book is pub- 
lished for private distribution only, by Thomas W. Lawson in an edition of three thousand copies..." 
L.C. 2-20245] 

AMES, Adalbert (b.1835). U. S. officer in Civil war, Miss. Gov., IT. S. senator. 

Johnston, Frank. Conference of Oct. 15th, 1875, between Gen. George and GOT. Ames. Miss Hist 
P 6(1902)65-77. 
AMES, Fisher (1758-1808). Mass. Congressman and orator. 

Ames, Fisher. [Letter] to Isaac P. Davis [1802]. Host Bull 7(1902)154-5. 
AMES. Nathaniel (1708-64). Mass, mathematician. 
Calder.B. F. Extra, from the Ames Diary. Dedh Reg 12(1901)33-1,58-60,107-8,123-5; 13(1902)25-7, 

49-53,80-2,112-4. 

AMESEURY, Mass. Town of Essex Co. 36 m. N. of Boston. 
Hoyt, David W. The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts. [For details see sami> 

title under subject, Salisbury. Mass.] 

ANARCHIST. One who opposes all forms of (rovernment. 
The bill against anarchists. Nation 74(1902)145-0. 
Legislating against anarchists. Nation 74(1902)243-4. 

Lombroso.C. Anarchy and government In Europe and United States. Everybody's 6(1902) 1<55(F). 
ANDERSON, Charles D. (d.1801). Confederate officer. 

E d g a r , Thomas H. Col. Charles D. Anderson. Confed Vet 10(1901-2):JI. 
ANDERSONVILLE, Ga. Village, Sumter Co. 60 m. S. W. of Macon. 

Lightcap, W[illiam] H[enry] The horrors of southern prisons during the war of the rebellion, from 1861 
to 1865. . . . [Plattevllle, Wls., Journal Job rooms, 1902] 95 pp. Incl. front, (port.) 22cm. [L.C. 2-5212] 
Massachusetts. Commission on Andersonvillc monument. ...Report of the Commission on Andersonvlllc 
monument... [Boston, Wright & Potter printing co., state printers, 1902] 75 p. front., pi. 23cm. 
[Commissioners: Charles G. Davis, Thaddeus H. Newcoinb, Francis C. Curtis, Lev! G. McKnlght, Ever- 
ett S. Horton. "A list of the Massachusetts soldiers known to be burled In the national cemetery, 
Andersonvllle, Ga.": p. 42-75. L.C. 3-9723] 
ANDES. Mountain range along west coast of South America. 

Conway, Sir [William] Martin, 1856 Aconcagua nnd Tlerra del Fuego; a book of climbing, travel and 
exploration... London, New York [etc.] Cussell and company, 1902. xii, 252 p. front., 18 pi., fold, 
map. 22cm. [L.C. 3-7930] 
ANDRE, John (1751-80). British major in Am. Revolution. 

Sargent, Winthrop, 1825-1870. The life and career of Major John Amir.'., adjutant-general of the British 
army In America. New ed., with notes and illustrations; ed. by William Abbatt... New York, W. 
Abbatt, 1902. 1 p. 1., xlv p., 1 1., 543, [1] p., 1 1. front., pi., port., facslm., fold. map. 29%cm. 
["Limited to 500 copies (seventy-five on large paper)." "Poems and ballads relating to Major Andre 1 ": 
p. [535]-536. "Dramas relating to Major Andre": p. 536. Rev.in:I)lal 34(1903)310-11 "style IB not 
marked by brilliancy. . .Industrious and painstaking. . .randor and fearlessness. . .As a work of refer- 
ence... Is valuable"; N Y Rec 34(1903)151 "enlarged und carefully edited ... thoroughly Indexed..."; 
N E Reg 57(1903)339-40(F.W.Parke) "Mr. Abbatt... was especially qualified for editing and enlarging." 
L.C. 3-2002] 

ANKENY, R. V. (1836-1901). Officer in Civil War. 
Gen. R. V. Ankeny. Continental l(1902)No.6. 

ANNAPOLIS, Md. State capital, seat of TJ. 8. Naval Academy, 40 m. E. of Baltimore. 
Benjamin, Park. In defence of the Naval academy. Indep 54(1902)2743-6. 
Dugan, M[ary] C[oale] Outline history of Annapolis and the Naval academy. Baltimore, B.G.Elchel 

berger [1902] 67 p. ill. 21cm. [L.C. 3-1271] 

U. S. Naval academy, Annapolis. Class of '71, Annapolis, Md. New York [The Grafton press] 1902. 
[282] p. front., pi., facslm. 22cm. ["One hundred copies of this book have been made for private 
distribution to the class." L.C. 3-4982] 

W a i n w r 1 g h t, Richard. The new naval academy. World's Work 4(1902)2269-85, ill. 
ANNAPOLIS County, Nova Scotia. A southwestern Co. on bay of Fundy. 

S a v a r y, A. W. Muster roll of discharged officers and disbanded soldiers and Loyalists taken in the 
county of Annapolis between the 18th and 29th days of June, 1784. N Y Rec 33(1902)214-9. 



10 WETTINGS ON AMERICAN HI8TOET 1902. 

ANTARCTIC regions. South polar continent (?) and ocean. 

Arctowskl, Henryk. Antarctic voyage of the Belgica, 1897-9. Smithaon R 1901(1902)377-88, 111. 

Baloh, Edwin Swift. Antarctica. Philadelphia, frees of Allen, Lane & Scott, 1902. 230 p. fold. map*. 
27%cm. [Ail enlargement of a paper published in vol. cli and clii of the Journal of the Franklin 
institute. Contents. The legendary "Terra Australis incognita" and voyages leading from a belief to 
a disbelief In it. Voyages up to and including the discovery of the continent of Antarctica. Voyages 
subsequent to the discovery of the continent of Antarctica. Rev.in:Natlon 75(1902)40 "Complete guide 
to. . .literature and cartography of... south Polar region ... adds to each. . .statement. . .his authority... 
index"; N E Reg 57(1903)239(F.W.Parke). L.C. 2-15193] 

Borchgrevink, C. B. Farthest south. Outl 70(1902)809-16, ill. 

British national Antarctic expedition, 1902. Geog J 20(1902)209(Ajt). 

G r e g o r y, J. W. Antarctic exploration. Pop Sci M 60(1902)209-217. 

M. H. R. German Antarctic expedition, 1901. Nature 66(1902)223(J13). 

Scottish Antarctic expedition. Geog J 20(1902)438(0). 
ANTHONY family. 

Bryant, C. B. Anthony-Cooper (note). Va Mag 0(1902)328-31. 
ANTIQUITIES. Remains of ancient peoples. 

A y m e, Louis H. Ancient Mexican theogony and cosmogony. Notes and Q 20(1902)65-71. 

Boas, Franz. Some problems in North American archaeology. Am J Archseol 6(1902)1-6. 

B r o w n, A. J. Antiquities of Newton county, Mississippi. Miss Hist P 6(1902)441-8. 

1) o r B e y, G. A. L'age de la pierre dans l'Am6rique du Nord. Anthrop Jau 1902). 

Kinds In America. Am Ant 24(1902)421. 

Fountains and aqueducts, ancient and modern [incl. Am.]. Am Ant 24(1902)478-82, ill. 

Jack, Isaac Allen. A sculptured stone found near St. George, New Brunswick. Acad 2(1902)267-75, 111. 

K e a n e, A. H. Native American culture. Internal Mo 5(1902)338-57. 

L. A week of wonders. Out West 15(1901)425-37; 16(1902)19-24, 111. 

L a w a o n, Publius V. Copper age in the United States. Am Ant 24(1902)459-74, 111. 

Ly m a n, William D. The painted rocks of Lake Ohelan. Am Antiq Soc N S 15 II '02(1903)259-61. 

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P e e t, Stephen D. Ethnic styles among American tribes. Am Ant 24(1902)61-74, ill. 

P e e t, S. D. Human figures in art and life primitive, Am. and Oriental. Am Antiq 24(1902)109(Mr). 

P e e t, Stephen D. The ruined cities of Asia and America. Am Ant 24(1902)135-56, 111. 

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South American archaeology in the American museum of Natural History, New York. Am Ant 24 
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Roller, Robert Douglas. Giant's axe. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)86. 

U p h a m, Warren. Primitive man and his stone Implements in North Am. loeaa. Am Ant 24(1902)413-20. 
ANTRIM, N. H. Township, Hillsborough Co. 27 m. W.S.W. of Concord. 

M o t c a 1 f, H. H. Antrim A typical New Hampshire town. Granite M 32(1902)335-73, 111., port. 
APPALACHIA. Name for watershed of Allegheny and Monongehala rivers. 

H o 1 1 a n d, W. J. The educational needs of Appalachla. Transallegbeny Hist M 1(1901-2)218-24. 
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R. Une apparition [to Sir J. C. Sherbrooke at Cape Breton]. Rech Hist 8(1902)95. 
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APPOMATTOX (Va.). Civil War campaign, March 29-Apr. 9, 1885. 

Adams, Charles Francis. Lee at Appomattox, and other papers. Boston and New York, Hoaghton, Mlf- 
flln and company, 1902. 2 p. 1., 387, [1] p. 20%cm. [Contents. Lee at Appomattox. The treaty of 
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military history. Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1902)144-7(D.H.Chambcrlain) "all la good and valuable., .de- 
serves warm and wide welcome... as a writer is not to be praised without reserve"; Nation 75(1902) 
100 "expression of .. .well-equipped student never obtrusive or brusque ... not always carrying convic- 
tion but... Interesting and... worthy of attention"; Nation 75(1902)247-8 "Augmented ... second edition 
by... Chicago Phi Beta Kappa address, 'Shall Cromwell [i. e. Lee] have a statue?' "; Dial 33(1902)37-8 
(Franklin H.Head) "ripe scholarship. . .grace of style, and ... thorough understanding of the subject... 
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A 1 e x a n d e r, B. P. Lee at Appomattox. Personal recollections of the break-up of the Confederacy. 
Cent 63(1901-2)921-31, ports. 



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B o w y e r, N. B. Reminiscences of Appomattox. Confed Vet 10(1902)77-8, port. 

D u B o s e, John Witherspoon. The tragedy of the commissariat. Gulf Mag 1(1902)27-32. 

Gibbon, John. Personal recollections of Appomattox. Cent 63(1901-2)036-43. 
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M o f f e t t, Samuel K. John Arbuckle. Cosmopol 33(1902)542-4, port. 
ARCHBOLD, Richard (b.1713). Irish Jesuit missionary to Maryland, convert to Protestantism. 

D e T 1 t t,B. I. Rev. Richard Archbold, apostate Jesuit. Am Cath Res 19(1902)61-2. 
ARCHIBALD, Sir Adams George (1814-1892). Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia. 

Longworth, Israel. The Hon. Sir Adams George Archibald, K. C. M. G. Acad 2(1902)210-13. 
ARCHITECTURE. Science and art of beautiful building. 

Architecture, N. Y. City. Archlt Rec 11 no.3(1902)84(Ja). 

C r o 1 y, H. The contemporary N. Y. residence. Archlt Rec 12(1902)704(0). 

Emerson, William Ralph, selected by. The architecture and furniture of the Spanish colonies during th<> 
seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, including Mexico, Cuba, Porto Rico aud the Philippines... Boa- 
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H a m 1 1 n, A. D. F. Architectural art. Forum 34(1902-3)92-104. 

P e e t, Stephen D. Ethnic styles in American architecture. Am Ant 24(1902)19-34,61-74,365-94, 111. 

P e e t, Stephen D. Pyramids and palaces in America. Am Ant 24(1902)429-50, 111. 

Peet, S. D. Village life and village architecture [Indian]. Am Ant 24(1002)239-54, 111. 

Recent American architecture. Archit Rec 12(1902)227(Je). 

Sturg-ii, Russell and others. A dictionary of architecture and building: biographical, historical, and de- 
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portion. . .illustrations. . .not satisfactory. . .eminently useful and, in the main, reliable"; Nation 74 
(1902)138 "As a whole is marked by ... fortunate selection of .. .writers. . .great mass of definitions and 
of brief articles., .is up to standard of... earlier volumes..."; Dial 30 ( 1901 ) 302-4 ( I. K. Pond) "defects 
are lost, almost, in the mass of well edited, pertinent material... a very desirable reference book"; 
Dial 31(1901)82 "rich... in material. . .by reason of the extended and scholarly articles. . .admirable 
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ARCTIC regions. North polar land and ocean. 

Kersting, Rudolf, ed. ...The white world; life and adventures within the Arctic Circle portrayed by 
famous living explorers; collected and arranged for the Arctic club. New York, Lewis, Scribner & co., 
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R e t o u r slmultane de Peary et de Sverdrup; le pole nord reste invioie. Tour Monde 27 Sept (1902). 

Return of Sverdrup, Peary, and Baldwin Arctic expeditions. Geog J 20(1902)434(0). 
ARGENTINE Republic, S. A. South American state on S. Atlantic coast. 

B u 1 f i n, William. The United States In Latin America. World's Work 4(1902)2533-50, 111. 

Dalreanx, E Communication sur 1' "Habeas corpus" dans les pays hispano-ame'ricana, en particu- 
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Garcfa Al-Deguer, Juan. . . . Hist orin dc la Argentina . . . Madrid, La EspaDa editorial [1902-03] 2 pts. 
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K u c r, y n s k I, Robert Rene. Wheat growing In Argentine (notes). J Pol Econ 10(1901-2)266-81. 

L ' 1 n d u s 1 1 a delle latterie Nell' Argentina. Ecouomlsta 5 Oct. (1902). 

Moulin, Henri Alexis. Le litlge chilo-argentlu et la delimitation politlque <\>-K frontleTea naturelles. Paris. 
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NordenskiSld, E. Explorations dans. . .la Roll vie et de la R^publique Argentine. Geog Bull AoO 
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V a c h e, A. La geographic economique de 1' Argentine. Ann Geog Mai (1902) 
ARIZONA. Southwestern Territory of V. 8. 

Bicknell, P. C. Guide book of the Grand Canyon of Arizona with the only correct maps In print; a vol- 
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D a i r s, Arthur Powell. Irrigation in Arizona. Nat'l M (Bost) 15(1901-2)642-4. 

Hough, Walter. Explorations of 1901 in Arizona. Am Antlq 24(1902)408. 

H o u g h, Walter. Ancient peoples of the petrified forest of Arizona. Harper 105(1902)897-901, ill, 



12 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

L a u t, E. La vie dans 1' Arizona, frontiere Mexlco-Amerieaine. Tour Monde 12 Arril (1902). 

17. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on territories. . . . New statehood bill. Hearings before the sub- 
committee of the Committee on territories [Nov. 12-24, 1902] on House bill 12543, to enable the people 
of Oklahoma, Arizona, and New Mexico, to form constitutions and state governments and be admitted 
into the Union on an equal footing with the original states. December 10, 1902. Sumitted by Mr. Bev- 
eridge and ordered to be printed. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 394 p. 2 fold. maps. 23cm. 
(57fh Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. no. 36) "Hearings of the Senate Committee on territories June 28 
and 30, 1902, on House bill 12543, providing for the admission of the territories of Arizona, New Mexico 
und Oklahoma to statehood": p. 317-394. L.C. 3-3989 
ARHISTEAD family. 

Arm istead Family. Wm M Q 11(1902)144-5. 
ARMOUR, Phillip D. (1832-1901). Chicago meat paoketr, philanthropist. 

Philip D. Armour. South Work 30(1901)240-1. 
ARMSTRONG, George Washington (1836-1901). Boston merchant. 

S t e b b i n s, Oliver B. George Washington Armstrong. N E Reg 56 Suppl (1902)lxii-lxiii. 

ARMSTRONG family. 

Armstrong, James Lewis. Chronicles of the Armstrongs; ed. by James Lewis Armstrong, M. D. Jamaica, 
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ARMY and Navy. 

Benjamin, Park. The Navy's problem. Indep 54(1902)3079-81. 

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C i 1 1 m o r, H. G. Battleships of the United States Navy. Gassier 21:473(Ap). 

Hamersly, Lewis Randolph. The records of living officers of the U. S. navy and marine corps. Comp. 
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Hill, Frederic Stanhope, 1829 Twenty-six historic ships; the story of certain famous vessels of war and 
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"Hornet." The "Wasp." The "Enterprise.-' "Old ironsides." The "Constellation." The "United 
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Maclay, Edgar Stanton. A history of the United States navy from 1775 to 1902... New and enl. ed... 
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II. 8. Adjutant-general's office. Manual of guard duty, United States army. Approved June 14, 1902. 
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V i 1 1 a r d, Oswald Garrison. The new army of the United States. Atlaa 89(1902)437-51. 



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Was k a n n Nordamerika i. Falle e Krieges m. e. europ. Macht lelsten? Dtsche. Monatsachr. (1902) 

Juni 39T-405. 
Was kaiin Nordamerika 1. Falle e. Krieg. m. e. europ. Macht lelsteu? Polytoch. Centralbl.(1902) 

(Mars)Junl 397-405. 

Williams, Talcott. The new navy. Atlan 90(1902)383-93. 
ARNOLD, Benedict (1741-1801). Brigadier-general in Am. Rev. 

Codroan, John, 1863-1897. Arnold's expedition to Quebec. New York, London, The Macmillan co. ix, 

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ARNOLD family. 

Bates, Samuel A[ustin], comp. ...The Arnold family. As entered upon the records of the town of 
Braintree. 1640 to 1853... South Bralntreo, Mass., P.A. Bates, 1902. [48] p. 10& x 12cm. At head 
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Olid of arts and crafts of New York. Craftsman 2(1902)99(My). 

Triggrs, Oscar Lovell, 1865 Chapters in the history of the arts and crafts movement. Chicago, The 
Bohemia guild of the Industrial art league, 1902. 4 p. 1., 198 p., 1 1. front., pi. 25 x 16%cm. [Con- 
tents. Carlyle's relationship to the new industrialism. Ruskln's contribution to the doctrine of work. 
Morris and bis plea for an industrial commonwealth. Statement of principles of the Hammersmith 
socialist society. Ashbec and the reconstructed workshop. Rookwood: an ideal workshop. The de- 
velopment of industrial consciousness. Appendix I. A proposal for a guild and school of handicraft. 
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ARTS (Fine). Creation of beauty in material form*. 

Caffin, Charles H[enry] 1854 American masters of painting; being brief appreciations of some American 
painters, Illustrated with examples of their work. New York, Doubleday, Page & company, 1902. x, 
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Plal 33(1902)399 "charming bits of criticism. . .style is clear, concise, and direct, yet intensely sug- 
gestive, and packed with allusions"; Nation 74(1902)366 "List is. . .good. . .all contemporary artists... 
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ASSASSINATION. Premeditated murder, especially of public persons. 

B u c k 1 e y, J. M. The assassination of kings and presidents. Tent 63(1901-2)136-42. 
AS8INIBOINE Mt. Mountain in southwestern Canada. 

B a r p e e, L. J. The conquest of Assluiboine. Outing 40(1902)207-12. ill. 
O u t r a m, James. The first ascent of Mount Assiuiboine. Alpine J 21(1902)102-14. 
O n t r a m, James. Our dash for Mt. Assiniboine. Appalachia (1902)43-50. 
ASTA, Cal. Village, Sonamo Co. 

D o n d e r o, C. Asta, Sonarao county. Out West 17(1902)251-65. 
ASTOR, John Jacob (b.1884). N. Y. capitalist, inventor, writer. 

Lewis, Henry Harrison. The quiet control of a vast estate. World's Work 5(1902-3)2750-3, ill. 
ATHABASCA River, Canada. Stream flowing: N.W. into Athabasca Lake. 

H a b el, Jean. At the western source of the Athabasca rlvor. Appalachia (1902)28-43. 
ATHLETICS. Public games of physical strength or skill. 

H o 1 1 1 s, Ira N. Intercollegiate athletics. Atlan 00(1902)534-44. 
ATKINS family. 

Clarke, George K. Commu. by. Atkins tomb. Dcdh Reg 13(1902)35. 
ATLANTA, Oa. State capital, county seat of Fulton Co. 

Clarke, E[dward] Y[oung] 1839 comp, Atlanta, grt-atest city of the great South... Facts and official 
figures. [Atlanta?] 1902. [62] p. incl. ill., pi. 23cm. Cover-title: Metropolis of the great South... 
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Wallace, Anne. The Carnegie Library (*f Atlanta. Gulf Unit 1(1902)157-8. 



14 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. City and health resort 60 in. S.E. of Philadelphia. 

Heston, Alfred M[iller] ...Hestorrs hand-book; being an account of the settlement of Eyre Haven, and a 
succinct history of Atlantic City and county during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. . . [Twentieth 
century souvenir ed.] Atlantic City, N. J., 1902. 130 p. front., 111., pi., port., fold. map. 19^cm. 
10th year of publication. [L.C. 2-20052] 

West Atlantic; Venice of America, the queen shore city. Atlantic City, N. J., West Atlantic land co. 

[1902] [15] p. ill. (partly col.) 25cm. [L.C. 2-18119] 
ATWOOD family. 

A t w o o d notes. Ess Ant 6(1902)34-35. 
AUDUBON, John James(1780-1851). American naturalist. 

Burroughs, John. John James Audubon. Boston, Small, Mayuard & company, 1902. 1 p. 1., xvii p., 1 1., 
144 p. front, (port.) 14%cm. (The Beacon biographies of eminent Americans). [Bibliography: p. 
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AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. A western border Co. 

La id ley, W. S. Augusta County Court, 1745. W Va Mag 2.1(1902)5-0, ill. 

Waddell, Joseph A[ddison], Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from 1720 to 1871... 2d ed., rev. and 
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to 100 copies. [Rev.in:Old Northw Q 6(1903)49 "war history well done ... genealogies of principal fam- 
ilies. . .filled with historical facts"; Va Mag 10(1903)326-9 "Minute and careful study of the period of 
Indian wars. . .numerous genealogies. . .careful Investigation and desire for accuracy ... this very Inter- 
feting history ... should have more than 7 page Index." L.C. 2-30401] 
AUSTIN, Charles W.(d.l889). Texas Confederate officer. 

The first Ironclad. South Hist A Pub 30(1902)196-204. 
AUSTIN family. 

Austin notes. Ess Ant 6(1902)59-60. 
AUTOGRAPHS. MSB. written by the author's own hand. 

J o 1 1 n e, Adrian H. Concerning the collecting of autographs. Indep 54(1902)2764-9, fact*. 

J o 1 1 n e, Adrian H. Meditations of an autograph collector. Harper 104(1901-2)969-74, 111. 

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414-6(P.F.Bicknell) "an omnium-gatherum of many sorts of good things. . .delightfully miscellaneous... 
and haphazard. . .many. . .[other] matters ... literary or historical." L.C. 2-13265] 

T h r u s t o n, 6. P. Autographic collections and historic manuscripts. Sewanee 10(1902)28-42. 
AUTOMATIC COUPLER. Safety device for coupling cars. 

U. S. Congress. House. Committee on interstate and foreign commerce. Hearing before the Committee 
...[May 20-28, 1902] on the automatic coupler bill H. R. 11059. Washington, Gov r t print, off., 1902. 
Hi, 91 p. 23%cm. [L.C. 3-2897] 
A VERY family. 

Avery Notes and Queries. A quarterly Mag. devoted to the history of the Grotou (Conn.) Averrs. Cleve- 
land, O. E.M. Avery, Nos. 17-18, Feb. and May, 1902, pp. 20. 
AYCOCK, Charles B. (fl.1902). North Carolina Governor. 

Charles B. Aycock. World's Work 4(1902)2137, port. only. 
AZARIAS (1847-93). Catholic Brother. 

Brother Azarius. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)379, port. 
AZTECS. Early inhabitants of Mexico. 

Codex Fejervary-Mayer, Codex Fejervary-Mayer: an old Mexican picture manuscript in the Liverpool 
free public museums (12014-M) Published at the expense of His Excellency the Duke of Loubat. . .eluci- 
dated by Dr. Eduard Seler. . . Berlin and London [Printed by T. and A. Constable] 1901-02. vi, 228 p. 
111., col. pi. 34% x 26%cm. ["English edition by A.H.Keane." Published also in German with title: 
"Codex Fejfrvary-Mayer; eine altmexikanlsche bilderschrlft. . . Erlautort von Dr. Eduard Seler. Ber- 
lin, 1901." 33%cm. The pictures of the codex are reproduced in red outline drawings on 22 pi. The 
exact facsimile of the codex in colors forms a separate publication "Codex Feje'rvary-Mayer; manuscrlt 
mexicain prScolomblen . . .publg. ..par le due de Loubat, Paris, 1901." iSMscni. L.C. 2-27140] 

Codex vatioanus 3773. Codex vaticanus no. 3773 (Codex vaticanus B) an old Mexican pictorial manuscript 
in the Vatican library, pub. at the expense of His Excellency the Duke of Loubat. . .elucidated by Dr. 
Eduard Seler... Berlin and London, 1902-03. 2 v. ill., col. plates. 34%cm. ["English edition by 
A.H.Keane." Verso of t.-p. (The German ed. has imprint: Berlin, 1902) The pictures of the codex are 
reproduced in red outline drawings on 48 pi. The exact facsimile of the codex forms a separate publi- 
cation, "II manoscritto messicano vaticano 3773; riprodotto in fotocromografla . . . a cnira della Biblioteca 



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16 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

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BALLS Bluff (Va.). Civil War engagement, Oct. 21, 1861. 

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BARKER family. 

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Barnard genealogy. Ess Ant 6(1902)120-125. 

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Descendants of Rev. Thomas Barnard of Andover. Ess Aut 6(1902)129-131. 

BARNES family. 

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18 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

BASSETT family. 

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BATTLE CREEK, Mich. City of Calhoun Co. on Kalamazoo R. 127 m. west of Detroit. 

T u c k e r, P. E. S. Battle Creek. Mich. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)118(O). 
BATTLES, James Monroe (1830-1901). Boston missionary among sailors. 

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BEEF trust. Combination of Am. meat packers. 

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BELL, Alexander Graham (b.1847). Am. scientist, inventor, writer. 

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H i 1 1 - T o u t, Charles. Earlier home of the Bella Coola tribe of Brit. Columbia. Am Ant 24(1902)403.4. 



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BELLOWS family. 

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B o 1 1 o n, Ethel Stanwood. The Bennetts of Lancaster, Mass. N E Reg 56(1902)241-7. 
BENZIE County, Mich. A Co. in N.W. part of state on Lake Michigan. 

P a r k e r, N. A. History of Benzie county. Mich Hist Coll '01.31(1902)98-101, port. 
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B e t t B, William A. A history of the early settlement of the township of Benzonia and the founding of 

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BERGEN County, N. J. The northeastern Co. of state. 

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An account of manuscripts, papers, and documents pertaining to Mississippi in public repositories 
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Hasse, Adelaide R. United States government publications: a handbook for the cataloger. Part I. The 
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Leypoldt, A. H. Publishers Trade List Annual. 1902. Thirtieth year. Index by author, title and sub- 
ject catch-word to the books catalogued in the publishers' lists of 1902. New York, Publishers' Weekly, 
1902. 1104 p. So. [This new feature of the Trade list annual is of very practical usefulness, giving 
as It does all the in-print books arranged under subjects; e. g., 36 titles under "Mormons."] 

L 1 s t of works relating to the American Colonization Society, Liberia, negro colonization, etc., In the 

New York Public Library. N Y Bull 6(1902)265-9. 
"-Medina, J. T. Blbliotheca hlspano Americano (1493-1810) Tomos. 5y6. Santiago de Chile, del Author, 1902. 

New York. State library. . . . Descriptive list of French manuscripts copied from National archives and 
National library at Paris, 1888... Albany, University of the state of New York, 1902. 1 p. 1., [319] 
382 p. 25cm. (New York State library. Bulletin 57. History 5) 81 mss. relating to America; de- 
scribed by A.J.F.Van Laer. Cover-title. [L.C. 3-7520] 

Periodicals and newspapers regularly received at the library of the State Historical Society of 
Wisconsin. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)97-113. 

Tables of and annotated index to the congressional series of United States public documents; prepared in 
the office of the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office. Washington, Government 
Printing Office. 1902. 769 p. 1. Q. 

T h o m a s, C. Provisional list, Mexico and Central America, linguistic families, languages, and dialects. 
Am Anthrop 4(1902)207(Ap). 

Wells, Philip P. ed. Literature of Am. history. Supp. for 1900 and 1901. [For details see same title 
under subject. History (study, writing and teaching).] 

Whitmore, William H[enry] 1836-1900. Catalogue of the valuable private library of the late William H. 
Whitmore, of Boston... Part I, comprising a collection of about 1300 genealogies. Part II, historical 
and miscellaneous books, including a large number of books relating to the local history of Boston... 
To be sold by auction ... Nov. llth to 14th, 1902... C.F.Llbbie & co., auctioneers... [For details see 
same title under subject, Boston. Mass.] 
BICKERDYKE. Mary A. (1817-1901). Nurse in Civil War, Kan. organizer of relief. 

Chase, (Mrsr.)A. Mother Bickerdyke. Trans Kan Hist. Soc 1901-2 7(1902)189-98. 
BIDWELL, John (b.1819). Cal. Gen. in Civil War, Congressman, Prohibitionist. 

Estate of Gen. John Bidwell In California. Ctry Life Am 1 (1902)81 (Ja). 
BIGOT, M. Canadian Intendant. 

L'lntendant Bigot. La Presse, Jan. 11&25U902). 
BIHN, Joseph Louis (1822-93). Catholic priest. 

Rev. Joseph Louis Bihn. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)384, port. 
BILES, William (fl.1679). Pa. pioneer, Quaker preacher. 

White, Miles, Jr. William Biles. Penn Mag 26(1902)58-70,192-206,348-59. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 21 

BILLIARDS. Game of skill, played on tables with ivory balls. 

Billiards, Low Norf Ant 4(1902)77. 
'BILLS of credit." Form of colonial currency. 

R o b y, James. The "raising" of bills of credit, 1776. Best Bull 7(1902)460-2. 
BILTMORE. Estate of Geo. W. Vanderbilt near Asheville, N. C. 

W e s t o n, G. F. Biltmore, estate of Geo. W. Vanderbilt. Ctry Life Am 2(1902)180(8). 
BINGHAM, Harry (1821-1900). N. H. lawyer and politician. 

Batchellor. Albert Stillman. Address before the Graftou and Cuo* counties bur association at the meeting 
hold at Woodsville, for the presentation of memoirs of Harry Bingham, December 11, 1900. Relations 
to literature. Concord, N. H., Rumford press, 1902. 19 p. 23cm. [L.C. 2-19819] 
BINGHAM, John A. (b.1815). Ohio Congressman, V. S. minister to Japan. 

F o r a k e r, J. B. John A. Bingham. Address at Cadiz. O., Oct. 5, 1901. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902) 

ail -661. 
BININGER, Abraham (1720-1811). Moravian missionary to West Indies. 

Pine, John B. Abraham Binlnger. N Y Rec 33(1902)135-7. 
BIOGRAPHY, Gen. Collected works on Am. biography. 

Armstrong, W. J. The greatest living men. Columbus, O., Harriman, 1902. 

Banks, Louis Albert. Youth of famous Americans, by Rev. Louis Albert Banks... New York, Eaton & 
Mains; Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye [1902] 302 p. incl. port. 16^cm. [L.C. 2-20251] 

Contemporary American biography. Biographical sketches of representative men of the day. N. Y., At- 
lantic Pub. & Engraving Co., 1902. pp. 449. 4o. port. [41. Men. in :N E Reg 57(1903)232(F.W.Parke) 
"a full treasury of reference and information." 

Hamm, Margherita Arlina. Builders of the republic; some great Americans who have aided in the making 
of the nation. New York, J. Pott & company, 1902. xviii, 410 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 20%cm. 
[Contents. George Washington. Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Jefferson. Alexander Hamilton. John 
Jay. John Adams. George Clinton. Samuel Adams. Philip Livingston. Roger Sherman. Philip John 
Sobuyler. James Madison. Patrick Henry. Henry Knox. Robert Morrlp. John Hancock. John Paul 
Jones. Elbrldge Gerry. James Otis. Robert R. Livingston. John Marshall. Gouverneur Morris. 
Richard Henry Lee. Anthony Wayne. Abraham Lincoln. L.C. 2-22283] 

Hamm, Margherita A. Famous families of New York. Historical and biographical sketches of families 
which in successive generations have been identified with the development of the nation. N. Y., Put- 
nams. 2 vola. 17-256, 8-269 p. So. [Rev.ln:Nation 76(1903)31 "like a glorified 'Who's Who'... in- 
structive ... rather for reference than. . .literary delectation ... index" ; N Y Rec 34(1903)67-8] 

Harrison, Mitchell C[harles] cotnp. Prominent and progressive Americans; an encyclopaedia of contem- 
poraneous biography. [New York] New York tribune, 1902. port. 29cm. [L.C. 3-180] 

Herringshaw, Thomas W. ed. and oomp. Herringshaw's encyclopedia of American biography of the nine- 
teenth century. Chicago, 1902. 4o. pp. 1046, ports. [Rev.tn:Gulf Mag 1(1902)234-5 "utter[ly] unre- 
liable and worthless ... filled with errors ... will do Incalculable harm." Nevertheless is very useful for 
names not found elsewhere and many small but excellent ports.] 

National cyclopedia of Am. biography. N. Y., J.T. White, vs. 9,10,1901; v. 11,1901-2. 12 v. 80. ill. 

Neville, Ja. E. ed. Famous sayings of famous Americans. Syracuse Courier Pr., 1902. 16o. 

Smith, Helen Ainslie. ...One hundred famous Americans. . .revised to date, with article on "Hall of 
fame" by Chancellor H.M.MacCracken. . . [Hall of fame ed.] New York, G.Routledge 4 sons, limited 
[1902] viii, 674 p. front., ill., port. 22%cm. [L.C. 2-21265] 

Stephen, Leslie. Studies of a biographer, vol. 3 and 4. (second series) N. Y., Putnam, 1902. [Rev. in: 
Nation 75(1902)505-6 "delightfully characteristic. . .to Emerson Mr. Stephen. . .gives a surprisingly sym- 
pathetic essay."] 

True stories of great Americans. Milwaukee, H.G. Campbell. 1902. 12 v. 

Wall, W. What great men have said about great men. N. Y., Dutton, 1902. 12o. 

Who's Who in America. A biographical dictionary of notable living men and women of the United States, 
1901-2. Chicago, A.N.Marquls & Co. [1901]. 16-1304 p. 

Who's Who, 1902. An annual biographical dictionary. London, Adam and Chas. Black; N. Y., Macmillan, 
1902. 142 p. [Rev.ln:Nation 74(1902)92 "More inclusive ... than last year's issue. . .has a universal out- 
look... main value still British"; Dial 32(1902)131 "useful. . .biographies include a few Americans ... se- 
lection ... made after a haphazard fashion."] 

Young, J. R. Men and memories. N. Y., Neely, 1902. 2 v. afed 1 v. 12o. 

Note. For current American biography such annual works as the directories of Congress and state legis- 
lature, ecclesiastical year books, college directories of graduates, the "Minerva," etc. 
BIRBECK, Morris (d.1825). HI. pioneer, abolitionist. 

An English farmer at Pittsburgh In 1817. Pittsb Bull 7(1902)189-95. 



22 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

BIRD, Wm. (1823-1902). Presb. clerg. and missionary, Syria, 1852-1902. 

J e s s u p, Sam. Rev. Wm. Bird. Ass Her 7(1902)448-9. 
BISNEY, James G. (1792-1857). Ala. and Ky. abolitionist editor and writer. 

James G. Birney and the Philomathic Society of the Univ. of Ala. Gulf Mag 1(1902)214. 
BIRTHRATE. Proportion of births to inhabitants. 

W e s t o n, J. The weak spot in the American republic. 19th Cent 52(1902)905-12. 
BISHOP, Joel Prentiss (1814-1901). Mass, lawyer and publicist. 

Bishop, Chas. S. Joel Prentiss Bishop, LL.D. Am Law R 36(1902)1-9, port. 
" . BLACK BEARD (d.1717). Name for Edward Teach, pirate off southern coast. 

A s h e, S. A. The old pirates, Black Beard and Bonnett. N C Bookl 2.2(1902)3-23. 
BLACK, James (fl.1729). Va. physician. 

A Virginia doctor's medicines, 1729 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)216-7. 
BLACK, Jeremiah Sullivan (1810-83). Pa. Chief Justice, TJ. 8. Attor. Gen., Sec'y of State. 

J o n e s, J. S. Why Judge Black withdrew from the. . .trial of Brest. Johnson. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)244-8. 
BLACK, John (fl.1807). Quebec deputy. 

M. Black, Depute de Qufibec. Rech Hist 8(1902)200. 
BLACK HAWK War. War with Sac and Fox Indians, 1832. 

Williams, John R. (Comp. Burton, C. M.) The Black Hawk War. Mich Hist Coll '01.31(1902)313-471. 
BLACK Hills. Mountains in S.W. of South Dakota and N.E. of Wyoming. 

Sanford, John I, comp. The Black Hills souvenir; a pictorial and historic description of the Black Hills. 
Denver, Col., Printed by the Williamson-Haffner engraving co., 1902. 223 p. 111., col. front. 17% T 
23y 2 cm. [L.C. 3-2704] 
BLACK Warrior (River) expedition. Exp. of Creek war, 1813-14. 

H a 1 b e r t, H. S. ...Black Warrior expeditions during the Creek war of 1813 and 1814? Gulf Mag 1 

(1902)145-6. 
BLACKBURN, Wm. Maxwell (1828-98). 111. and Dak. Presb. clerg., educator and historian. 

[ R i g g s, T. L.] William Maxwell Blackburn. S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902)25-36. 
BLAKE, Francis (b.1860). Mass, astronomer and inventor. 

Francis Blake, A. M. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)334. 
BLAKE, S. Leroy (d.1902). Conn. Congregational clergyman and writer. 

B i x 1 e r, James W. Rev. S. Leroy Blake, D. D. Am Miss 56(1902)426. 
BLAKELEY, Johnston (1781-1814). North Carolina naval officer. 

B a 1 1 1 e, K. P. A N. C. naval hero and his daughter. Capt. Johnston Blakely. N C Bookl 1.9(1901)3-15. 
BLAKESLEY family. 

Shepard, James. Samuel Blakesley of New Haven, Conn., and his descendants. Boston, Press of D.Clapp 
& son, 1902. 15 p. 25%cm. ["Reprinted for the author from the New-England historical and genea- 
logical register for July, 1902." Sl.note ln:N Y Rec 33(1902)253; Men.in:Old Northw Q 5(1902)154. 
L.C. 2-24595] 
S h e p a r d, James, Esq. Samuel Blakesley of New Haven, Conn., and his descendants. N E Reg 56 

(1902)277-89. 
BLANCHARD, Samuel Stillman (1835-1901). Mass, merchant, State senator. 

S a m u e Stillman Blanchard. N E Reg 56(1902)Suppl llv-lvi. 
BLOCKADE. Closing of an enemy's port by effective patrol. 

S p r u n t, James. Tales of the Cape Fear blockade. N C Bookl 1.10(1902)5-112, 111. 
BLOOMFIELD, N. J. Village of Essex Co. 4 m. N.N.W. of Newark. 

Hulin, Stephen Morris. Real and ideal Bloomfield; the briefly-told story of church-town, township and in- 
corporated town of to-day... Bloomfleld, N. J., Groebe-McGovern co>., Newark, N. J., 1902. 3 p. 1., 9- 
63, [1] p. incl. front., ill. 2514cm. [L.C. 3-1270] 
BLOOMINGTON, 111. City, county seat of McLean Co., 44 m. N. of Deoatur. 

H a r i n g, Theo. TUchtige deutscbe Manner Bloomington's. Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)39-42. 
BLOUNT, Hamilton H. (fl.1902). TT. S. Army officer. 

IT. S. War dept. ...Court-martial and military services of Hamilton H. Blunt. Letter from the secre- 
tary of war, transmitting a copy of all records and papers... February 12, 1902. Referred to the 
Committee on military affairs and ordered to be printed. [Warshington, Gov't print, off., 1902] 157 p. 
23%cm. (57th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. no. 185) [L.C. 3-3436] 
BLOTTNT, William (1747-1800). TJ. S. senator, Gov. of Territory of Tenn. 

R a m s e y, J. G. M. Letter [ab. Gov. Blount]. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)38-54. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 23 

BLOUNT family. 

[Presoott, Helen M. Blount] Blount and Blunt. [Washington, D. C.] Press of W.F.Roberts, 1902. 

geneal. chart, 56 x 43%cm. [L.C. 2-12289] 
B6CHER, Ferdinand (1832-1902). Harvard Prof, of modern languages. 

6 r a n d g e n t, C. H. Ferdinand Bo'cher. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)42-5. port. 

BOEHM family. 

Horn, A[lfred] P. ed. Proceedings of the re-union of Apple's church and of the Boehm family, celebrated 
at Apple's or New Jerusalem Reformed and Lutheran church, Leithsvtlle, Northampton county, Pa., 
September 14, 1895. Hellertown, Pa., H.D.Lanbach, 1902. 154 p. pi., port. 23cm. [L.C. 2-20018] 
BOHEMIAN Americans. Natives of Bohemia living in the U. S. 

V 1 a c h, J. J. Our Bohemian population. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)159-<52. 
BOISSIERE, Ernest Valeton (1810-94). Kansas horticulturist and philanthropist. 

H u r o n, G. A. Ernest Valeton Boissiere. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)552-64. 
BOLGER, Henry L. Pinckney (1846-1901). 8. C. judge and legislator. 

Henry L. Pinckney Bolger [Obit.]. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)08. 
BOLIVIA, S. A. Republic lying inland between Brazil, Argentine, Chile and Peru. 

Between the Andes and the Amazon, or Undeveloped Bolivia. Chanib J 79(1902)157(Mr). 
C h a r c b, G. E. Bolivia by the Rio de la Plata route. Geog J 19(1902)64(Ja). 
M c I 1 r o y, Arthur. Bolivia field for American trade. Nat'l M (Bost) 15(1901-2)691-6, 111., port. 
NordensklSld, E. Explorations dans les regions f rontifires de la Bollvie et de la Republiqne Argen- 
tine. Geog Bull Aoflt (1902). 

Perez, A. G. Orcanlzaci6n mllltar de America. Bolivia. Estud Milit 5 Aout (1902). 
BOLTON, Conn. Township of Tolland Co. 17 m. E. of Hartford. 

Talcott, M. K. Records of the church In Bolton, Conn. N E Reg 55(1901)34-9,281-7; 56(1902)162-7, 

347-56. 
BONAPARTE, Joseph (1768-1844). King of Spain, resident of V. S. 

T o m 1 1 n s o n, E. T. When the King of Spain was an exile in northern N. Y. Indep 54(1902)449-52. 
BONAPARTE, Louis Napoleon (1803-73). French emperor. 

Stevenson, Sara Y. Prince Louis Napoleon and the Nicaragua canal. Cent 64(1902)391-6, port. 
BONNETT, Steed (fl.1617). North Carolina pirate. 

A -. h .-, S. A. The old pirates, Black Beard and Bennett. N C Bookl 2.2(1902)3-23. 
BOOK Plates. Printed or engraved labels to mark ownership of books. 

Allen, Charles Dexter. The appeal of the book plate, antiquarian and artistic. Cent 63(1901-2)238-47. 
C h a d w 1 c k, E. H. Book plates. Acadiensis 2(1902)122-130. facs.. 111. 
H a r d y, W. J. American book plates. Am Herald J 2(1902)2-6. 
Jack, David Russell. Book plates. Acadiensis 2(1902)189-97,276-8, facs., ill. 
BOOKBINDING. The fastening together and covering of the parts of books. 

B o w d o i n, W. G. American bookbinders and their work. Tndep 54(1902)2997-3004, ill. 
B o w d o i n, W. G. Artistic bookbinding in America. Outl 71(1902)254-61, 111. 
BOOKKEEPING. Systematic keeping of business accounts. 

A business cutom in Boston, 1719 [Bookkeeping methods]. Bost Bull 7(1902)73. 
BOOKS. Printed or written records of human thought. 

W o r m 1 e y, Ralph. Advertisement of lost book, 1774 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)103. 
BOONE, Daniel (1735-1820). Ky. pioneer and Indian fighter. 

Hartley, Cecil B. The life and times of Colonel Daniel Boone; with an introduction by G. Mercer Adam 
... New York, The Perkins book company [c!902] xiil, [2], 385 p. front, (port.) pi. 19cm. ([Heroes 
of history]) [L.C. 3-9679] 

Thwaites, Reuben Gold. Daniel Boone, by Reuben Gold Th wattes... New York, D.Appleton & company. 
1902. xv, 257 p. front, (port.) pi., facsim. 19Vacm. (Appleton's life histories) [Rev.in:Am Hist B 
8(1903)779-80(F. W.Moore) "characterized by clearness of outline, balance of parts, unity of purpose, 
and completeness in itself .. .admirably presented"; Nation 75(1902)489 "Peck. . .and. . .early Draper col- 
lections ... would remain the standard biography but for the improvements. . .Mr. Thwaites. . .adds. .. [a] 
finality"; Dial 33(1902)335 ".. .graphic. . .a vivid idea... of this pioneer in many states." L.C. 2-20873] 
BOOTH, Edwin Thomas (1833-93). American actor. 
Edwin Booth (letter of). Collect 15(1902)47. 
BORGLUM, Solon H. (b.1868). American sculptor. 

Goodrich, Arthur. The frontier in sculpture. World's Work 3(1901-2)1857-74, 111., port. 



24 WHITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 15)02. 

B6RSTLER. Christian (fl.1787). Md. German American settler. 

K e n k e 1, F. P. Tagebuch von Christian B6rstler, geboren von Glanmiinchweiler, bey Cusel in Theutsch- 
land, auf der Reise nach Baltimore in Amerika. I>eutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)56-8,2.2.29-32,2.3.49-51,2.4.49-56. 
BORTON family, 

Haines, George. Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Priekitt, Eves, Evans, Moore, 

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details see same title under subject, Haines family.] 
BOSS family. 

Boss, William Graham. An inquiry concerning the Boss family and the name Boss. Correspondence be- 
tween William Graham Boss... and Henry Rush Boss... Chicago, The Ben Franklin co., 1902. 187 p. 
ill., port. 23cm. [Rev.in:N E Reg 56(1902)325(F.W.Parke) "material of .. .importance. . .thoroughly 
treated. . .agreeable miscellany." L.C. 2-9130] 
BOSTON, Mass. Capital of Mass., on Mass. Bay. 

Annual report of the cemetery department of the city of Boston for the fiscal year 1901-1902. Boston, Mu- 
nicipal Printing Office, 1902. pp. 146. So. ill., plan. [31.Men.in:N E Reg 57(1903)233(F.W.Parke) 
"is added an interesting 'Historical Sketch. . .[of] the Granary Burial Ground'."] 

Boston. Brattle Square church. The Manifesto church. Records, with lists of communicants, baptisms, 
marriages, and funerals, 1699-1872. Boston, The Benevolent fraternity of churches, 1902. xvi p., 1 1.. 
448 p. front., pi., port., fold, plan, facsim. (partly fold.) 25cm. [L.C. 3-987] 

Boston. Engineering dept. ...List of maps of Boston published between 1614 and 1822, copies of which 
are to be found in the possession of the city of Boston or other collectors of the same. Reprint of Ap- 
pendix J, Annual report of the city engineer. February 1, 1902. Boston, Municipal printing office, 1902. 
35 p. 23cm. [Men.in:N E Eng 57(1903)341.' L.C. 3416] 

Boston, Mass. Cemetery dept. Historical sketch and matters appertaining to the Granary burial-ground. 
Published by the Cemetery department of the city of Boston... Boston, Municipal printing office, 1902. 
37 p. pi., fold. plan. 23%cm. [L.C. 3-52] 

Brissot, Jeanne P. Boston In 1788; fr. New travels in the U. S. of America. (Old Sooth leaflets no. 126) 
Boston, Old South Work, 1902. 

Carruth, Frances Weston. Fictional rambles in & about Boston... New York, McClnre, Phillips and com- 
pany, 1902. xxili, 380 p. incl. front., ill., pi. 21cm. [Rev.inrNation 75(1902)481 "no biography. . .and 
index. . .photographic illustrations. . .well chosen, excellent and characteristic of the city." L.C. 2-27221] 

Cole, William I. Early churches at the North End, Boston. New Eng M 26(1902)241-56, ill., port. 

Cone, Kate M. Cotton Mather's birthplace. Gen Q M 3(1902)55-64. 

Green, S. A. Ten facsimile reproductions relating to Old Boston and neighborhood. Boston, G.E. Little- 
field, 1901-2. 

Hale, Edward Everett. Memories of a hundred years. Outl 70(1902)31-47,549-61,840-52; 71.70-80,404-14, 
020-30,863-75; 72.78-91,301-14, port., ill., facs. 

The Manifesto Church. Records of the church in Brattle Square, Boston, with lists of communicants, bap- 
tisms, marriages, and funerals, 1699-1872. Boston, The Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, 1902. 8vo. 
pp. xviii 448. 111. [Rev.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)415(Henry H.Eden) "an index of extraordinary fullness 
and merit completely unlocks this treasure house of facts."] 

Martin, George H. Boston schools one hundred years ago. New Eng M 26(1902)628-42. 

National association of stationary engineers. Official souvenir programme, 21st annual convention... Bos- 
ton, Massachusetts, September 1-6, 1902. [Boston? 1902] ill., port., plan. 12% x 18cm. [L.C. 2-24093] 

Norcross, Frederic Walter. Ye ancient inns of Boston town. New Eng M 25(1901-2)315-25. 

P a r d e e, Joseph Nelson. With a Boston market man. New Eng M 27(1902)450-63. 

Pictorial guide to Boston and the country around... Boston, The G.W.Armstrong dining room & news co., 
1902. 1 p. 1., 203 p. incl. ill., pi. front., fold. map. 17cm. [L.C. 2-15635] 

The [R. C.] church In Boston In 1819. Am Cath Res 19(1902)113-4. 

Schuyler, M. Boston, Mass., ancient and modern. Pall Mall M 28(1902)325(N). 

Second report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston; containing the Boston records, 1634- 
1660, and the Book of Possessions. Third edit. Boston, Municipal Printing Office, 1902. pp. 8+137. 80. 
map. fMen.ln:N E Reg 57(1903)233(F.W.Parke) "reprint of the edition of 1881."] 

S t o ry, D. Boston, Mass., city of a great tradition. Munsey 28(1902)1(0), ill. 

The troubles in Boston [1774]. Collect 15(1902)138-9. 

Tyler, Harry W[alter], A handbook of the principal scientific institutions of Boston and vicinity, prepared 
. . . with the compliments of the local members of the American society of mechanical engineers at Its 
forty -fifth meeting, Boston, Mass., May 27-30, 1902. [Boston, Rockwell & Churchill press, 1902] Ix, 
[2], 6-118 p. pi., fold. plan. 18cm. [L.C. 2-15613] 

W n 1 1 1 s, John. Petition for renewal of tavern license, 1714(7). Bost Bull 7(1902)348-9. 

Whiting, Lilian. Boston days, the city of beautiful ideals: Concord and its famous authors; the golden 
age of genius; dawn of the twentieth century, by Lilian Whiting... Boston, Little, Brown and com- 
pany, 1902. xii, 485p. front., pi., port., facsim. W^cm. [Rev.in:Nation 75(1902)481 "portraits, 



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views of homes, facsimilies of MSS. . .discursive biographical and semi-historical sketches"; Dial 34(1903) 
124 "much to be said in praise. . .[a] .. .tendency to diffuseness, frequent repetition, and errors of fact 
...enjoy [able]... entertaining." L.C. 2-299101 

Whitmore, William H[enry]. Catalogue of the valuable private library of the late William H. Wbltmore. 
of Boston... Part I, comprising a collection of about 1300 genealogies. Part II, historical and miscel- 
laneous books, including a large number of books relating to the local history of Boston... To be sold 
by auction ... Nov. llth to 14th, 1902... C.F.Libbie & co., auctioneers... [Boston, Libbie show print, 
1002] 1 p. 1., 228 p. front, (port.) ill., facslm. (partly fold.) 24cm. [Prices noted in ms. on margin. 
I..C. 3-8880] 

Winslow, Helen Mfaria]. ...Literary Boston of to-day, by Helen M. Winsloxv... Boston, L.C.Page & 
company, 1903 [1902] xii, [2], 11-444 p. front., port. 18cm. (Little pilgrimages series) [Rev.in: 
Nation 75(1902)265 "Biographical sketches. . .writttn with sobriety if .. .'genially' and in. . .Journalistic 
vein." L.C. 2-2065] 

W i n t h r o p, Wait. Boston Free Grammar School. 1710. Bost Bull 7(1902)347-8. 
BOSTON Public Library. Municipal library opened 1854. 

Whitney, James Lyman. Incidents in the history of the Boston public library. Lib J 27 ( 1902) Cl 6-24 
BOSTON Siege. Shutting up of British in B., 1775-3. 

Miller, William T. (letters) to his wife, from the camp before Boston, 1775. Bost Bull 7(1902)419-24. 

W i n g 1 o w, Ervlng. A Loyalist in the siege of Boston. N E Reg 56(1902)48-54. 
BOSTON tea party. Destruction of tea cargoes by patriots in disguise of Indians, 1773. 

Wheeler, Elisha [letter]. N E Reg 56(1902)205. 
BOSTON and Worcester railroads. Mass. R. R. incorporated 1831. 

Hill, Benjamin Thomas. The beginnings of the Boston and Worcester railroad. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901) 

526-76, ill., port., facs. 
BOUCHETTE, Robert Shore Milne s. Canadian customs commissioner. 

Robert-Shore-Milnes Boochette coinmlssaire des Dounnes du Canada, 1868-1874. Rech Hist 
8(1902)116, port. only. 

BOUNTIES. Premium given soldiers to induce service. 

Bounties to soldiers and the depreciation of the Continental Currency 1780. Bost Bull 7(1902)464-6. 
BOUTEROUE, Claude de (fl.1668). Intendant of New France. 

Roy, Regis. Claude de Bouteroue. Rech Hist 8(1902)341-3. 

BOUTON, Nathaniel (1799-1878). Concord, N. H. Congregational clergyman and writer. 
Bon ton, J. B. Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D.D. Grnulte M 33(1902)180-95. port. 

Bouton, John Bell. A sketch of the character and life-work of Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D.D., pastor of 
First Congregational church, Concord, N. H., 1825-1867. Printed for the Church 1902. pp. 15, 1. 80., 
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BOW, A town of Merrimac Co. N. H. 5 miles 8. of Concord. 

Walker, Joseph B. An address upon the long controversy of the proprietors of the plantation of Penny 
Cook with the proprietors of the Town of Bow, 1727-1789. Delivered at u meeting of the New Hamp- 
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BOWDITCH, Henry Ingersoll (1808-92). Mass, physician, professor, writer. 

Bowditoh, Vincent Y[ardley]. Life and correspondence of Henry Ingersoll Bowdltch. by his son, Vincent 
Y. Bowditch... Boston and New York. Houguton, Mlfflln and company. 1902. 2 v. front., pi., port., 
facsim. 22Vicm. [Rev.in: Nation 76(1903)360-1 "what he has written of certain phases of the anti- 
slavery conflict will take a place among the most entertaining and Instructive recollections of that con- 
tlict"; Dial 34(1903)197-8(A.R.Marble) "[a] rare success. . .valuable. . .public and personal Incidents 
are tactfully blended." L.C. 2-30400] 
BOWDOIN College. Founded 1744 U802) Brunswick, Me. 

Bowdoin college. Class of 1877. Memoranda regarding members of the class, with an historical sketch 
of the college from 1877 to 1901... [Boston, J.E.Chapman] 1902. 168 p., 1 1. 111. (port.) 
(Its Class report, no. 4) [Edited by John Ellphnz Chapman. L.C. 3-9221] 
Cole, William I. Bowdoin College: A century of service. R of Rs 25(1902)693-7, ill., port. 
BO WEN, Herbert Wolcott (b.1852). U. S. minister to Venezuela, writer. 

Holt, Hamilton. The United States minister at Caracas. Indep 54(1902)2991-2, ill., port. 
BOWEN, John H. (1780-1822). Tennessee lawyer and Congressman. 

Campbell papers. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)324-7. 
BOWER family. 

Gov. Archibald Roane. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)322-4, port. 



26 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

BOWIE family. 

Bowie arms (note). Wm M Q 10(1002)278. 
BOWLING. Game of exercise and skill played with wooden balls. 

Elliott, George. Bowling on the green. Canad M 19(1902)513-23, ill. 
BOWNE family. 

B e a d 1 n g, M. K. William Bowne and his descendants in America. Jerseyman 8(1902)13-16,25-32. 
BOX family. 

Marsh, Lucius B[olles], and Parker (Mrs.) Harriet F., comp. Bronsdoii and Box families. Part I. Robert 
Bronsdon, merchant, and his descendants. Part II. John Box, ropemaker, and his descendants, xix, 
311, [1] p. front., pi., port., facsim. 24cm. [For details see same title under subject, Bronsdon fam- 
ily. L.C. 2-13121] 
BOYNTON, Eleazer (1884-1901). Mass, merchant, state senator. 

Boynton, Nehemiah. Eleazer Boynton. N E Reg 56 Suppl.(1902)lix-Ix. 
BRACKENBIDGE, Henry M. (1786-1871). Pa lawyer, writer, historian. 

B r a c k e n r i d g e, II. M. "Pittsburgh one hundred years ago" [Recollections]. Pittsb Bull 7(1902) 

335-48. 
BRACKENRIDGE, Hugh Henry (1748-1816). Pa. editor, writer, judge. 

Brack t-ni-idge's account of Pittsburgh in 3786. Pittsb Bull 7(1902)257-62,288-90,332-5. 
SHADDOCK, Edw. (1695-1755). Gen. French and Indian War, defeated July 9,1755. 

Craighill, Wm. P. ...March of Braddock's troops... in 1755. W Va Mag 2.3(1902)16-36, ill., port. 
BRADFORD family. 

Bo w m a n,G. E. Major William Bradford's will and inventory. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)143-7. 
BRADFORD manuscript. Ms. of Bradford's History, lost in Rev., recovered 1398. 

Hoar, George F. Return of the Bradford Manuscript. Mass Hist Soc Proc II 15(1901-2)78-81. 
BRADLEE, Caleb Davis (1831-97). Boston clergyman, historical and genealogical writer. 

The Rev. Caleb Davis Bradlee, D.D. N J Hist S 2(1902)197. 
BRADLEY family. 

Will of John- Bradley [Salem, Mass., ab.1642]. Ess Ant 6(1902)1. 
BRAGG, Edward Stuyvesant (b.1827). N. Y. lawyer, brig.-gen. in Civil War, Congressman. 

Gen. Edward S. Bragg, with portrait. Nat'l M(Bost)16(1902)438(Jl). 
BRAINARD, John G. C. (1797-1828). Conn, poet and editor. 

Parsons, Francis. Brainard A poet of Hartford's early literati. Conn Mag 7(1902)371-80, port. 
BRAINERD, Nathan Hoit (1818-1901). Iowa editor. 

Rogers, Frances Louise. Nathan Hoit Bralnerd. Iowa Hist Rec 18(1902)401-6. 
BRAINTREE, Mass. Village of Norfolk Co. 10 m. 8. of Boston. 

Bates, Samuel A[ustin]. ...The Arnold family. As entered upon the records of the town of Braintree. 

1640 to 1853. [48] p. 10% x 12cm. [For de-tails see same title under subject, Arnold family.] 
BRANDYWINE (Pa.). Revolutionary battle Sept. 11, 1777. 

H o o t o n, F. C. Battle of Brandy wine with its lines of battles. Spirit of '76(1902)1,4-6. 
BRANT, Joseph (1742-1807). N. Y. Indian chief, British ally in Am. Rev. 

Cruikshank. Joseph Brant in the American Revolution. Trans Canad Institute 7, 391-407. 
BRAZIL, S. A. Republic of South America on the Atlantic coast. 

A in r r i k n. Nord-amerikanischos, Brasilisehes. Kolon. Ztsch. (1902)136. 

Canstatt, Oskar. Kritisehes repertorltuu der dcutsch-brasiliauischen llteratur, von Oscar Canstatt... 
Berlin, D.Reimer(E.Vohsen) 1902. vi. [1], 124 p. 26cm. [L.C. 3-1310.3] 

Chamberlain, George. A letter from Brazil. Atlan 90(1902)821-31. 

Graham, M. Diarlo do residencia en Chile durante el afin 1822 y de viaje de Chile al BraslI en 1823 
Tomo 1. Sant de Chile(1902)0ervantes pp. 279. 

Lane, H. M. Mackenzie College, S. Paulo, Brazil, S. A. Assembly Herald 6(1902)216-20. 

Start, Edwin A. The United States of Brazil. Chaut !54(1901-2)584-7. 

Vidal de La Blache, P[aul]. ...La rivi&re Vincent Plnzou; 6tude sur la cartographie de la Guyane. [For 
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W a d d e 1 1, W. A. The Central Brazil Mission [Presbyt.]. Ass Her 6(1902)226-227. 

W i t t e, George R. Indian.3 of central and northern Brazil. Miss R 25(1902)805-12, ill. 
BREATHED, James (b.1838). Va. Confederate officer. 

M a 1 1 h e w s, H. H. Recollections of Major James Breathed. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)346-8. 



WETTINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002. 27 

BRECK family. 

Bent, Allen H. The Sherborn and Gardner, Mass., Brocks, descendants of John Breck and his son Thomas 
of Sherborn, 1656. With Notes upon the name in Great Britain. Boston, Press of David Clapp & Sou, 
1902. Svo. pp. 16. [21.Men.in:X B Reg 57(1903)117(F.W.Parke) "Reprint from the New Bug Hist and 
Gen Register."] 

Bent, Allen H. The Sherborn Brocks. N E Reg 56(1902)380-4. 
BRENNAN. Daniel A. (1845-96). Philadelphia Catholic priest. 

Rev. Daniel A. Brennan. Am Cath Hint 13(1902)57,129, port. 
BREWSTER. Mass. Village, Barnstable Co. 90 m. S.E. of Boston. 

B o w m a n, G. E. Records of the first parish in Brewster (Harwich), Mass. Majfl Desc 4(1902)242-9. 
BBEV78TER, William (1560-1644). Plymouth Colony elder. 

Brewster, Lyman D. William Browster. His true position in our coloniel history. Mayfl Desc 4 

( 1902)100-9. 

B n t 1 e r, James D. Brewster autograph in Wisconsin. Am Antlq Soc N S 15 1(1902)103-6. 
BREWTON family. 

B r e w t o n (note). S C Hist Mag 3(1902)174-6. 
BRIAR CLIFF (N. Y.). School of practical agriculture. 

Blossom, Mary C. The new farming and a new life. World's Work 3(1901-2) 1626-37, ill. 
BRICE'S Cross Roads (Md.). Civil War engagement, June 10, 1864. 
Lee, Stephen D. Battle of Brice's Cross Roads, or Tlshomiugo Crook, Juno 2nd to 12, 1864. Miss Hist 

P 6(1902)27-37, map. 
BRIDGE building (Am.). Branch of engineering. 

8 k i n n e r, F. W. New East river bridge, bridge builders' triumph. Munsey 28(1902)717(F). 
Skinner, Frank W. Triumphs of the American Bridge-building. Cent 64(1902)228-44, 111. 
W II ley, Day Allen. The erection of the Gokteik bridge. Smlthson R 1901(1902)611-5, ill. 
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. City of Fairfleld Co. 57 m. N.E. of New York, on Long Island Sound. 

B u 1 k 1 e y, Uriah (letter of). The war of 1812. Collect 15(1902)58. 
BRIDGES, Fidelia (b.1835). Conn, artist. 

Randall, Alice Sawtelle. Connecticut artists and their work. Conn Mag 7(1902)583-8, 111. 
BRIDGMAN family. 

Will of John Bridgmau [Salem, Mass., ab.1655]. Ess Ant 6(1902)112. 
BRISTOL, R. I. Town, Bristol Co. 16 m. S.8.E. of Providence. 

Souvenir views of Bristol, R. I. [Bristol? R. I.] K.H.Do Wolf, 1902. 3 p. 1.. 50 pi. 20% K 25^cm. 

[L.C. 2-3454 M 2] 
BRITISH-AMERICAN relations. Public and social. 

English policy toward America in 1790-1791. Stephen Cottrell to W. W. Grenville. Ana Hist R 8 

(1902)78-86. 

Lane, Annie E. American wives and English housekeeping. Kortn 77(1902)997-1009. 
O g n 1 b e n, The United States and imperial Britain. Contemp 81(1902)305-26. 
W a r r e n, Winslow. Feeling of England towards America and Americana. Mass Hist Soc Proc Il.ir. 

(1901-2)227-30. 
BRITISH Columbia. Southwestern province of Dominion of Canada. 

Annual Report of the Minister of Mines [British Columbia] for the year ending 31st December, 1901. 
Victoria, B. C., Richard Wolfenden, 1902. pp. 1281. [Rev.lnrHlst Pub Canad '02*7(1903)153-5 "photo- 
reproductions, often displaying beautiful nconery. . .largely of details of .. .various mines or prospects... 
Little scientific work. . .done. . .statistics. . .progress of mining."] 

British Columbia, Canada's moat westerly province; its position, advantages, resources and climate; new 
fields for mining, farming, fruit growing and ranching along the lines of the Canadian Pacific railway; 
information for prospectors, minors and intending settlers, [n. p.] 1902. 64 p. 111., fold. map. 21cm. 
[Published In the interest of the Canadian Pacific. L.C. 2-19832] 
H e n s h a w, J. W. Mountains of British ColmuDia. Canad M 20(1902)3(N). 

Stutfield, Hugh E. M. Mountain travel and climbs In British Columbia. Alpine J 20(1902)491-504. 
Tyrrell, J. W. Appendix No. 26 to the report of the Surveyor-General: Explanatory Survey between Great 
Slave Lake and Hudson Bay, districts of Mackenzie and Keewater. Ottawa, S.E.Dawson, 1902. [Rev. 
in:Hist Pub Canad '02, 7(1903)145-6 "(valuable map in 22 sheets) .. .mentioning all the Information 
that the earlier explorers have left on the region In question ... proof -reading ... very defective."] 
BRITISH GUIANA, 8. A. A territory of Gt. Britain on K. coast of South America. 

R o d w a y, J. Forest people of British Guiana. Am Geog Soc Bull 34(1902>211(Je),233. 
BROCK, Isaac (1769-1813). British General in War of 1818. 
B., I..-F.-G. Le Major-General Sir Isaac Brock. Recb Hist 8(1902)94-5. 



28 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

"BRONCHO busting." Horse breaking in the Western States. 

Chapman, Arthur. Broncho Busting, an American sport. Outing 41(1901-02)333-9. 
BROWDSDON family. 

Marsh, Lucius B[olles] and Parker (Mrs.) Harriet F., comp, Bronsdon and Box families. Part I. Robert 
Brousdon, merchant, and his descendants. Part II. John Box, ropemaker, and his descendants. (Pub- 
lished by Mrs. Parker.) Lynn, Mass., The Nichols press, 15H>2. xlx, 311, [1] p. front., pi., port., 
facsim. 24cm. Rev.in:N B Reg 57(1903)337(F.W.Parke) "valuable." L.C. 2-13121] 
BROOCKS. John H. (1827-1901). Texas Confederate officer. 

Ba rrou, S. B. Col. John H. Broocks. Confed Vet 10(1902)465-6, port. 
BROOKE family. 

Brooke, St. George Tucker. The Brooke family of Virginia. Va Mag 9(1902)314-8,435-8; 10,87-90,197-9. 
BROOKFIELD, Mags. Village of Worcester Co. 23 m. W. by S. from Worcester. 

Sheldon, George. Wheeler's surprise The cul-de-sac. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)445-65. 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. Formerly independent city, now borough of N. Y. city, on L. I. 

Check list of Brooklyn and Long Island newspapers in the N. Y. Public Library. N Y Bull 6(1902)20-1. 
Check list of [works relating to] Brooklyn in the New York Public Library. N Y Bull 6(1902) 
municipal documents 12-19; financial history 46-9; churches 50-2; libraries 53-4; schools 55-9; clubs 60; 
charities 61-3; hospitals 64-5; history 77-83; maps 84-8; directories 89-92; cemeteries 93: public health 
94-5; parks 96-7; fire department 98-9; water supply 100-2. 
Consolidation of Brooklyn libraries. Lib J 27(1902)81. 
BROOKS, Charles (1795-1872). Mass. Unitarian clergyman, educator and writer. 

Smith, Minna C. An old New England minister. Bk-Buyer 24(1902)206-9, ill., port. 
BROOKS, Phillips (1835-1893). Mass. Episcopal clergyman, bishop. 

Clarke, William Newton. Huxley and Phillips Brooks. Bib Sac 59(1902)1-25. 
BROOKS family. 

Worcester Artillery roll. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)607-12. 

"BROTHER JONATHAN." Name for the typical American from Jonathan Trumball (J). 
' V r e r e Jonathan." Rech Hist 8(1902)316. 

Matthews, Albert. Brother Jonathan. Reprinted from the publications of The Colonial Society of Massa- 
chusetts vol. vii. Cambridge, John Wilson & Son Univ. Press, 1902. pp. 34. 
BROUCK, Jonas. Early resident of New York. 

An old library [Jonas Brouck's], "earliest" in N. Y.]. Spirit of '76. 8(1902)41. 
BROWN, Addison (b.1830). N. Y. judge, botanist, writer. 

Addison Brown. LL.D. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)337-9. 
BROWN, A. J. (b.1834). Miss, merchant, officer, local historical writer. 

[ C a p t. A. J. Brown]. Miss Hist P 6(1902)441. 
BROWN, John (1800-59). Abolitionist. 

Chambers, Jennie. What a scHool-girl saw of John Brown's Raid. Harper 104(1901-2)311-18, ill. 
C o n r a d, D. H. (letter). John Brown's raid. Collect 15(1902)88. 

Hugo, Victor [Marie]. John Brown [by] Victor Hugo. [Ridgewood, N. J.] Alwil shop, 1902. [33] p. 
front., facsim. 21 3 /icm. ["Of the matter contained herein, the French text, together with the repro- 
duction of Victor Hugo's drawing and fac-slmlle of his letter to M. Chenay, were published in pamphlet 
form by M.E.Dentu and MM.Dusacq et ci?., Paris, 1861." "Of this book there were printed one hundred 
& fifty copies on Van Gelder hand-made paper, and fifteen copies on Japan vellum, this being number 
129." Colophon: Here ends the book, John Brown, from the French of Victor Hugo. The translation is 
by Lionel Strachey; the decorations and initial letters by Frank B. Rae, jr.; the whole being printed 
and sold by Alwil shop, Rldgewood, N. J., April, 1902. [L.C. 2-14594] 

Newton, John. Captain John Brown of Harper's Ferry; a preliminary incident to the great civil war of 
America. New York, A.Wessels company, 1902. xi, 288, [2] p. 9 pi. (Incl. front., port.) map. 
19%cm. ["John Brown's body" (music and words): 2 p. at end. Rev.in:Dial 34(1903)156 "sympa- 
thetic. . .impressions of an ardent admirer, but does not furnish any new material." L.C. 3-1879] 
S c o t t, W. W. The John Brown letters. Found in the Virginia State Library in 1901. Va Mag 9(1902) 

385-95; 10,17-32,161-76. 
BROWN, Samuel Robbins (1810-80). Am. missionary and educator in China and Japan. 

Griffls, William Elliot. A maker of the new Orient, Samuel Robbins Brown, plone"er educator in China, 
America, and Japan. The story of his life and work. New York, London [etc.] F.H.Revell company 
[1902] 332 p. front., pi., port. 20%cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R. 8(1903)391 "animated and intensely 
appreciative biography of Samuel Robbins Brown ... vivacious style is somewhat marred by occasional 
repetitions of phrases." L.C. 2-23617] 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 29 

BROWN, (Mrs.) TabitLa (fl.1850). Oregon pioneer school teacher. 

Smith, Jane Kinney. Recollections of Grandma Brown. Oreg Q 3(1902)287-95. 
BROWN, William Little (1789-1830). Tenn. Judge of Supreme Court. 

Goodpasture, Albert V. William Little Brown. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)97-111. 
BROWN family. 

Brown, Morgan. Sketches. . .of the family of Brown. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)148-64,219-43,362-71. 
R e a d 1 n g, M. K. William Brown and his descendants in America. Jeraeym 8(1902)13-6,24. 
BROWNE, Edward Ingersoll (1833-1901). Boston lawyer. 

Abbot, Edwin Halt'. Edward Ingersoll Browne, A.M., LL.B. N K Reg 56(1902)299-305, port. 
BROWNE, George Elmer (b.1871). American artist. 

F r a s e r, W. Lewis. George Elmer Browne. Cent 05(1902)163. 
BROWNELL, Wm. Crary (b.1851). N. Y. art critic and writer. 

S t u r g 1 s, Russell. William Crary Brownell as critic on flnc arts. Internal Mo 5(1902)448-67. 
BRUMBY family. 

Brumby and Furman notes (note). S C Hist Mag 3(1902)115-6. 
BRUTE, Simon William Gabriel (1779-1838). Catholic Bishop of Vincennes. 

Donnelly, Eleanor C. [ed. ] A missionary bishop's reminiscences of a troublous boyhood. Am Cath 

Hist 13(1902)325-33. 
BRYANT, Gridley James Fox (1816-99). Mass, architect. 

Bailey, Henry Turner. An architect of the old school. New Eng M 25(1901-2)326-49, port., 111. 
BUCHANAN, Jamas (1701-18G8). 15th President of United States. 

Buchanan, James. [Letter] to Asbury Dickens [1836]. Boat Bull 7(1902)275. 
BUCHER, John Conrad (1730-80). Fa. Ger. Ref. clergyman, provincial officer. 

K e 1 k e r, Luther R. Record of marriages performed by Key. John Conrad Bucher, 1763-1769. Penn Mag 

26(1902)375-81. 
BUCK, Jonathan (1718-95). Mass, officer, founder of Bucksport, Me. 

Wbittermore. James O. The witch's curse. New Eng M 27(1902)111-13, ill. 
BUENOS AYRES, Arg. Rep., S. A. Capital of Argentine Republic and chief city of S. A. 

Melklejohn, Bernard. [Buenos Ayivs.] World's Work 3(1901-2)1708-13, ill. 
BUFFALO. The American bison. 

I u n e s, John. Buffalo hunting, modern and aucient. Canad M 18(1902)9-17, 111. 
BUFFALO, N. Y. City of Erie Co. on Lake Erie, terminus of Erie Canal. 

K o b e r g t e 1 n, Paul. Die erateu deutsch-am. Miliz-Compaguieri. Deutsch-Am G 2.3(1902)43-5. 

L a r n e d, J. N. An historical sketch of The Buffalo Library, prior to the Free Library Movement. Pub 

Buffalo Hist Soc 3(1902)361-84. 

Men of Buffalo; a collection of portraits ot men who deserve to rank as typical representatives of the 
best citizenship, foremost activities and highest aspirations of the city of Buffalo. Chicago, A.N. Mar- 
quis & company, 1902. 1 p. 1., [5]-416 p. incl. port. 22%cm. [L.C. 2-16759] 
Report on historic sites. Pub Buffalo Hit>t Soc 5(1902)410-25. 
Roberstein, Paul. Geschichte der Deutschen in Buffalo and Erie County, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y., Reineke & 

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Selby, Clarence J. Echoes from the Rainbow city, by Clarence J. Selby iblind deaf mute) with intro- 
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The Travelers' bureau [1902] 8, [11]-115 p. front., pi., port. 20cm. [Sample of pin-prick type-printing 
(4 leaves) inserted after t.-p. L.C. 2-10025] 
S e v e r a n c e, F. H. The new home of the Hist. Soc. in Delaware Park. Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 6(1902) 

385-404. 
S 1 o a n, J. Early trade routes. Adventures and recollections of a pioneer trader, with an account of his 

share In the building of Buffalo harbor. Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)215-37. 

S y m o n s, T. W. and Qulntus, J. C. History of Buffalo harbor. Its construction and improvement dur- 
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Wllkeson, S. Recollections of the West and first building of Buffalo harbor. Historical writings of 

Judge Samuel Wilkeson. Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)147-214. 
BUFFALO VALLEY, Pa. 

B a r t o 1, (Mrs.) W. C. Names of Revolutionary soldiers burled in Buffalo Valley, Penn. Am Month M 

21(1902)301. 

BUFFINGTON, Elisha Dewey (1836-1900). Worcester (Mass.) manufacturer. 
Elisha Dewey Buffing ton (memorial). Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)320-2. 



30 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002. 

BUGBEE, Lester G. (d.1902). Tex. educator and historian. 
Death of Lester G. Bughee. Gulf Mag 1(1902)60. 
Lester G. Bugbee [obituary]. Am Hist R 8(1902)187. 
BUGG family. 

B u g g family. Wm M Q 10(1902)271-2. 
BULL family. 

Madison, James (manuscript of). Jonathan ai;d Mary Bull. Coll 10(1902)3-4,15-6. 
BULL-WHACKING. Freighting across the plains with ox wagons. 

Marvin, George P. Bull-whacking days. Neb Hist S II 5(1902)226-30. 
BUMPUS, Edward Avery(d.l901). Lieut. TJ. S. army. 

Burnpus, E[verett] C. For the love I bear my dead and as a testimony to the courage and deTotiou of the 
comrades who, with him, gave their lives to their country, this tribute is dedicated to the memory of 
my son Edward Avery Burnpus, first lieutenant Company C, Ninth U. S. infantry, and of his companion 
in urius, Captain Thomas W. Connell, Surgeon Richard S. Griswold and the members of his company who 
were killed 28 September, 1901, in the island of Samar, P. I. E.C.Bumpus. [Norwood, Mass.] W.M. 
Jackson [1902?] 2 p. 1., 122 p. front., port. 26cm. [On cover: In memoriam. L.C. 2-19843] 
BUNCOMBE family. 

B 1 o u n t, Thomas. Buncombe Hall. X C Bookl 2.8(1902)14-31. 
BUBCKY, Friedrich (b.1814). Chicago baker (local). 

Macnhardt, Emil. Zwei alte Chicagoer, Friedrich Burcky und Nikolaus Berdel. Deutsch-Am G 2.3 

(1902)32-3. 
BURKE (or Bourke) family. 

An Irish estate: the Burke or Bourke family. Wm M Q 11(1902)143-4. 
BURLEIGH, Henry Gordon (1832-1900). N. Y. Congressman. 

B u r 1 e i g h, Henry Gordon. N Y Hist A 2(1902)7-8. 
BURLINGTON, Vt. City, county seat of Chittenden Co., on Lake Champlain. 

Barlest records of the Unitarian Society, Burlington, Vermont. Vt Ant 1(1902)50-70. 
BURR, Aaron (1756-1836). Vice-President of the U. S. 

Burr, Aaron. Aaron Burr to Governor Alston [1815]. Bost Bull 7(1902)136-7. 
D 1 d i e r, E. L. Aaron Burr as lawyer, with portrait. Green Bag 14(1902)451(0). 

Jenkinson, Isaac. Aaron Burr, his personal and political relations with Thomas Jefferson and Alexander 
Hamilton... Richmond, Ind., M. Cullaton & Co., 1902. viii, 9-389 p. 20cm. [31.Men.ln:Am Hist R 
7(1902)833 "In defence of Aaron Burr." L.C. 2-8224] 
T a r b e 11, Ida M. The trial of Aaron Burr. McClure 18(1901-2)404-13. 

Todd, Charles Burr. The true Aaron Burr; a biographical sketch... New York, A.S.Barnes & company, 
1902. iv p., 1 1., 77 p. front., port. IScm. [31.Men.in:Am Hist R 7(1902)833 "in defence of Aaron 
Burr. . .based upon traditions of Burr handed down by his law pupils." L.C. 2-13391] 

Vroom, Hon.G.D.W. Interesting letters of George Morgan and Aaron Burr. Penn Mag 26(1902)370-4. 
BURR family. 

Todd, Charles Burr. A general history of the Burr family, with a genealogical record from 1193 to 1902 
... 4th ed. New York, Printed for the author by the Knickerbocker press, 1902. xxix, [10], 600 p. 
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John Burroughs. World's Work 4(1902)2361, port only. 
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P r i c e, S. W. Joseph H. Bush. Filson Club Pub 17(1902)69-84. 
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M o f f e t t, Samuel B. Nicholas Murray Butler. Cosmoool 34(1902)177-9. port. 
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The president of Columbia. Nicholas Murray Butler. Cent 63(1901 2)910-13, port. 
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[Butler, Clementina] William Butler, the founder of two missions of the Methodist Episcopal church by 
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BUTTE County, Cal. Co. in N. part of state. 

O 1 n e y, Caroline M. Hills and farms of Butte County, Cal. Overland n s 39(1902)995(Je). 
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Carter, Charles Franklin. Some by-ways of California. New York, The Grafton press [1902] 1 p. 1., vl, 
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Halsey, Francis Whiting. The pioneers of Uuadilla village, 1784-1840, by Francis Whiting Halsey . . . 
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Howard, Emma S. Women farmers in California. Ctry Life Am l(1902)97(Ja). 

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Jackson, Mrs. Helen [Maria (Fiske)] Hunt. Father Juuipero and The mission Indians of California. [For 

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L e e, Annabel. Some sportsmen's clubs of California. Outing 39(1901-2)535-41. ill. 

L u m m 1 s, Charles F. The right hand of the continent. Out West 16(1902)569-95; 17(1902)2-32,138-71, 
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Public works of irrigation. Out West 16(1902)88-92. 

Robinson, Ednah. Chinese journalism in California. Out West 16(1902)33-42, ill., port. 

Sexton, Ella M. Stories of California. New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1902. x, 211 p. 
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Nation 75(1902)428 "Gives a final unity to ... sequence of remarkable volumes. . .[of] American history 
...not... by any means the best of his works... no systematic attempt to examine the relations of New 
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Ford, Frank. Titles of Honor in Canada. Queens Quarterly 10(1902)Oct. 
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M o u r o, R. Canada's trade with the empire. Canad M 19(1902)314-6. 

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Ingersoll, Ernest. Rand, McNally & co.'s Illustrated guide to the Hudson river and Catskill mountains. 
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Ulster and Delaware railroad company. The Catskill mountains. The most picturesque mountain region 
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CKAMPLAIN, Samuel de (1567-1635). French navigator. 

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CHAUTAUQUA. Summer and correspondence school on Lake Chautnuqua, N. Y., founded 1874. 

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44 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

CINCINNATI, 0. City of Hamilton Co. on Ohio river. 

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P h i 1 i p s o n, D. The Cincinnati community in 1825. Pnb Am Jew Hist Soc 10(1902)97-9. 

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Harris, Cicero W[illis]. The sectional struggle; an account of the troubles between the North and the 
South, from the earliest times to the close of the civil war... Philadelphia and London, J.B.Lippincott 
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Pref. [Rev. in: Nation 76(1903)226 "judicious and temperate. . .clear and just. . . interesting' > Dial 34 
1903)275 "entertaining and instructive. . .fidelity ud accuracy. . .distinguish the historical portions... 
agreeable ingenuousness of ... personal recollections"; 41.Meu.in:N E Reg 57(1903)236(F.W.Parke) "mil- 
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Joseph E. Johnston on the Georgia campaign of 1864. N V Bull 6(1902)170. 

Lightcap, W[illiam] H[enry]. The horrors of southern prisons during the \var of the rebellion, from 1861 
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Scheibert. Von F. Mlt Schwi-rt und Feder: Erinnerungen aus meiuem Leben. N. Y., Lemcke & Buechner, 
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anything to... our knowledge. . .observations. . .most superficial. . .judgment. . .colored by .. .sympathies."] 

Smith, Goldwiu. The Confederate cruisers. Indep 54(1902)849-51. 

Smith, Goldwln. England und the war of secession. Atlan 89(1902)303-11. 

Southern historical society papers. Richmond, Va. 80. v. 30, 1902 (ed.R. A. Brock) v (3) 870 p. [Chiefly 
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Sparks, Edwin Erie. Formative Incidents in American diplomacy. Chaut 35(1902)30-40,136-42,235-52. 

The story of the great war. Confed Vet 10(1902)17-20. 

[Thompson] pseud. The story of a strange career, being the autobiography of H convict; an authentic 
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U. 8. War dept. The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confed- 
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Vail, I[srael] Z[verett], Three years on the blockade: a naval experience. New York, London [etc.] The 
Abbey press [1902] 171 p. 20cm. [L.C. 2-16761] 

Waterman, George S. Afloat afield afloat. Confed Vet 10(1902)496-9. ill. 

Wild, Helen Tllden. The Lawrence light guard. Medf Reg 6(1902)73-90, port. 

Williams, George F. Important services rendered by war correspondents. Indep 54(1902)210-12. 

Williams, Noble C[alhoun]. Echoes from the battlefield; or, Southern life during the war... Atlanta, 

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CLAPP family. 

An early Worcester family. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)601-6. 

Fifty ancestors of Henry Lincoln Clapp, who came to New England from 1620 to 1660. Boston, David 
Clapp & Son, 1902. pp. 5+68, 80, ill. 

CLARK, Charles Edgar (b.1843). Naval officer, Capt. of "Oregon" in Span. -Am. War. 

Captain Charles E. Clark. World's Work 3(1901-2)1798, port. only. 
CLARK, Francis E. (b.1851). Founder of Young People's Soc. of Christian Endeavor. 

Chaplin, W[illiam] Knight. Francis E. Clark, founder of the Y.P.S.C.E... Boston, United Society of 

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CLARK, George Rogers (1752-1818). Va. officer and Indian fighter. 

B r a d y, Cyrus Townsend. George Rogers Clark, and the great northwest. McClure 19(1902)274-81, 111. 
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Kingsley, Nellie F. Four American explorers; Captain Meriwether Lewis, Captain William Clark, General 
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46 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

CLARKE, George Faber (1817-99). Mass, clergyman, writer oil history and temperance. 

Memorial to Rev. George Faber Clark. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)106-9. 
CLARKE, Mary Victoria Novello (1809-98). Mrs. C. C. Clarke. 

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photogravure plates. Chicago, A.C.McClurg & co., 1902. 345 p., 1 1. incl. front, pi., port., facsim. 
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ality... her knowledge of .. .American politics was not nicely critical." L.C. 2-11620] 
CLARKE family. 

Clarke, George Kuhn. The descendants of Nathaniel Clark and his wife Elizabeth Somerby of Newbury, 
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thoroughly indexed"; Rev.in:N E Reg 57(1903)117(F.W.Parke) "Special de luxe edition"; N E Reg 66 
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vii, Ephraim and Ichabod Clcrke, of Westerly; viii, Ephraim, Ichabod and Samuel Clarke, of Cumber 
land; ix, Timothy Clarke, of Bristol. . .New York, The Evening post job printing house, 1902. 337 p. 
29cm. ["This edition is limited to 150 signed copies, of which this copy is no. 18." Rev.in:N Y Rec 
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Van Deventer, Cyrus Clarke. The ancestors and descendants of the Rev'd Henry Clarke and his wife 
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CLAY, Henry (1777-1858). Ky. lawyer, U. 8. senator, Secretary of State. 

Clay, Henry. [Letters] to Col. Davidson [1827] and William Plumer, Jr., [1829]. Bost Bull 7(1902; 

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CLAY, John Cecil (fl.1902). N. Y. artist. 

E., H. A reporter in crayons. Bk-Buyer 25(1902-3)39-44, ill., port. 
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Mr. Howell's literary appreciation of Mark Twain. Conn Mag 7(1902)409-12. 
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Charles Dexter Cleveland. South Work 30(1901)178-9 
CLEVELAND, Grover (b.1837), N. Y. 22d President of U. S. 

Ex-president Grover Cleveland. World's Work 5(1902-3) [opposite] p.2813, port. only. 
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Howe, Frederic C. "The best governed community in the world." World's Work 3(1901-2)1723-8, port. 
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H a w 1 e y, R. Newton. Arctic cliff dwellers. World's Work 3(1901-2)1844-7, ill. 
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or wholly foreign material. . .Is merely a reprint of... bound manuscript volumes"; Am Hist R 8(1903) 
388-9 "earlier criticism Is emphasized by the permanence of the discreditable features. . .considerable 
mass of interesting and valuable material" ;N V Rue 32(1901)62-3 "charming, entertaining detail"; 
[51.Men.in:N E Reg 57(1903)343 (F.W.Parke) "invaluable"] 
CLINTON riot. Race war episode, Clinton, Miss., Sept. 4, 1875. 

B r o u g h, Charles Hlllinan. The Clinton riot. Miss Hist P 6(1902)53-63. 
CLOPTON family. 

C 1 o p t o n family. Wm M Q 11(1902)67-73. 
CLOUGH, John Everett (b.1836). Bapt. missionary to the Telugus of India. 

dough, Emma (Rauschenbusch). John E. dough, missionary to the Telugus of South India, Hoston, 
American Baptist missionary union, 1902. 28 p. incl. front, (port.) pi. 15%cm. (Biographical series.) 
[L.C. 2-14679] 
CLYMER, George (1739-1813). Fa. signer of the Declaration of Independence, public man. 

Clark, Martha Bladen. George Clymor, signer of Declaration of Independence. Am Mouth M 21 (1902) 

371-4, ill. 
COAL industry. The mining and marketing of coal. 

G e n n e s, A. de. Lea charbons Americains en France. Cosmos 10 Mai (1902). 

I r w 1 n, William Gilbert. Development of the coal Industry. Gunton's M 22(1902)544-51. 

1. I. 7. ('. K. Les charbons amer; coup d'o?il d'eusemble. con Fr 10 17 Mai 31 Mars (1902) 28 Juln (1902). 

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N e w c o m b, H. T. The anthracite-tarrying railways. R of Rs 26(1902)66-9, map. 

Rhone, Rosamond D. Anthracite coal mines and mining. R of Rs 26(1902)54-63, ill. 

Roberts, Peter. With Intro, by Sumner, W. G. The anthracite coal industry: A study of economic con- 
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to consideration. . .opening chapters. . .too abstruse for... lay reading. . .we heartily endorse. . .work." 

Robinson, Margaret Blako. Among the coal-miners [in 111.]. Miss R 25(1902)835-9, 111. 
COAL strike, 1902. 

The Anthracite Strike. Its social and religious effects. Outl 72(1902)585-9. 

B o n J. A. des Rotours. La grfve charbon (t M. lloosevelt. Ref soc 16 Nov (1902). 

Chaplin, Herman W. The coal mines and the public. Pamph. pp. 63. [Rev.ln:Nation 76(1902)258 
"seeks to show how the mining of anthracite coal may be resumed by Judicial process"]. 

Coal-mining by receivers. Nation 75(1902)258. 

Coal Strikes. Outl 72(1902)345-0. 

Coal strike and the public, dun ton's M 23(1902)22-32. 

de R o u s i e r g, P. La greve des charbonuazes cme'ricains. Sci Soc Dec(1902). 

D e n s ex machlna. Nation 75(1902)278-9. 

Goazion, L. La greve des mlneurs d'anthracito aux tats-Uuis. Humanity Nonv. Mar(1902). 

Is the coal strike a conspiracy? Guntou's M 23(1902)240-5. 

Light on the coal strike. Nation 74(1902)401. 

L o w, A. Maurice. How the coal strike has ended. Indep 54(1902)2563-6. 

The mining situation. Nation 75(1902)84-5. 

Mitchell, John. The coal strike. McClure 20(1902-3)219-24. 

A more excellent way. Nation 76(1902)338-9. 

More light on the coal strike. Nation 75(1902)200. 

Roberts, Peter. The anthracite coal situation. Yale R 11(1902-3)29-37. 

Roberts, Peter. The anthracite conflict. Yale R 11(1902-3)297-307. 

S p a h r, Charles B. The miners' strike: impressions in the field. Outl 7' <l'.M)2)"l!l-r. 

The state of siege. Nation 75(1902)298. 

The strike nnveiled. Nation 74(1902)478-9. 

Triumph of arbitration. Ganton's M 23(1902)369-70. 

W a r n e, Frank Julian. Organized labor In the anthracite coal fields. Outl 71(1902)273-6. 

W a r n e, Frank Julian. The real cause of the Minerfi' strike. Outl 71(1302)1053-7. 

W e 1 1 m a n, Walter. The settlement of the coal strike. R of Rs 26(1902)562-5. 

Williams, Talcott. A general view of the coal strike. R of Rs 26(1902)64-6. 
COBURN, F. D. (fl.1902). Kansas agriculturalist, writer. 

M a t s o n, Clarence H. Worldwide lessonn from Kansas farms. World's Work 4(1902)2519-22, port. 
COCKE family. 

Hunter, Fanny B. Cocke, Gray, Bowie, Robb, &c. Va Mag 10(1902)100-1,202. 
CODMAN, Robert (1823-1901). Boston lawyer. 

Robert Codman, A.M. LL.B. N E Be* 56 Suppl(1902)xlvil-j:lviii. 



48 WRITINGS ON AMKRICAN HISTORY 1902. 

CODNER family. 

C o d n e r note. Gen Q M 3(1902)98. 
CODY family. 

Hubert, Sarah D. Genealogy of part of the Cody ami VVoinack families of America. Atlanta, Ga., Frank- 
lin Print. & Pub. Co., 1902. pamph. pp. 23. 12o. [Rev.ln:N Y Rec 34(1903)304 "an unmistakable 
quality... a goodly quantity of valuable matter."] 
COFFEE industry. The raising and marketing of coffee. 

Walsh, Jos. M. Coffee: its history. New Issue. Phila.. Coates. 1902. 12o. ill. 
COFFIN, Enoch (1696-1728). N. H. clergyman. 

T h o r u e, J. C. Reverend Enoch Coffin. Concord's first preacher, 1726-'28. Granite M 32(1902)21-6, ill. 
COFFINBERRY, Andrew (b.1788). Ohio pioneer, poet and lawyer. 

L o v e, N. B. C. The pioneer poet lawyer. Ohio Arch & Hist Pnb 10(1902)305-14. 
COGHLON, Gerald F. (b.1848). Fhila. Catholic priest. 

Griffin, Phllomena M. I. Our church and our rector 1889-1902. Am Cath Res 19(1902)102-6. 
COGSWELL, George (1808-1901). Mass, surgeon. 

Clarke, Maurice D. George Cogswell, A.M., U.I). N E Reg 56 Suppl(1902)lvi-lvii. 
COHASSET, Mass. Village of Norfolk Co. 21 in. E.S.E. of Boston. 

[Cohasset, Mass., Revolutionary soldiers.] Am Month M 21(1902)26-7. 
COLCOCK family. 

8 a 1 1 e y, A. 8. Capt. John Colcock and some of his descendants. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)216-41. 
COLD HARBOR (Va.). Civil War campaign, June, 1864. 

D u B o i s, A. Cold Harbor Salient. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)270-9. 
COLE family. 

W. J. J. Cole-Peter (note). Va Mag 9(1902)429-30. 
COLEMAN, Samuel (fl.1780). Soldier. 

C o 1 e m a n, Samuel. [Letter] to Dwight Foster [1780]. Host Bull 7(1902)498-9. 
COLLAMORE family. 

Bulletin of the Collamore Union. Newton L. Collamer, Editor. Washington, D. C. v. 8 1902. 15 1. 80. 
COLLEGE settlements. Colonies of college graduates in poor districts. 

S c u d d e r, Vida D. College settlements and college women, out 1 70(1902)973-6. 

Woods, Rob. A., ed. Americana in process: settlement study. Boston, Houghton, 1902. 
COLLEGES (and Universities). Institutions of higher learning. 

B a b b 1 t t, E. H. The problems of the small colleges In tho Southern states. Sewauee 10(1902)86-104. 

B 1 g e 1 o w, Poultney. Personal notes among our universities. Indep 54(1902)672-6. 

A bisected college course. Nation 75(1902)301-2. 

B r a u f o r d, V. The organisation of economic and political studies in American Universities. Econ J 
12(1902)535-40. 

E s c a r d, P. Le jeunesse universitaire americaine. Ref Soc 1C Oct(1902). 

E 8 c a r d, P. Les universites americaines. Bull Soc Gen d'Ed Sept(J902)Oct(1902). 

G 1 a 8 s o n, William H. The college professor in public service. So Atlan Q 1(1902)247-55. 

H a n u s, Paul H. Graduate testimony on the elective system. Harvard Grad M 10(1901-2)354-63. 

Hart, Lavlnia. Women as college presidents. Cosmopol 33(1902)72-9, port. 

Jordan, Mary A. The heads of some women's colleges. Outl 71(1902)828-33, port. 

MacDonald, William. The three year college course in New England. Nation 75(1902)322-3. 

Ross, James H. The beginnings of American Universities' missions. Miss R 25(1902)761-4. 

The small college. Nation 75(1902)6 7. 

S p e e r, Robert E. The Christian movement among students. Ontl 71(1902)552-4. 

Th w 1 n g, Charles F. Collegiate conditions in the United States. Forum 33(1902)372-82. 

COLLINS family. 

Haines, George. Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Prickitt, Eves, Evans, Moore, 

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details see same title under subject, Haines family.] 
COLMAN, Benjamin (1673-1747). Boston clergyman and writer. 

D a v e n p o r t, George H. An early coronation sermon. New Eng M 26(1902)476-80, 111., port. 
COLMAN, Charles L. (1826-1901;. Wis. manufacturer, V. P. Wis. Hist. Soc. 

T h w a 1 1 e s, Reuben G. Death of Vice-President Colman. Wist Hist Proc, '01 (1902)19. 
COLOMBIA, S. A. Northwestern Republic of S. A., adjoining Central America. 

Morales, Eusebio A. The political and economical situation of Colombia. No Am 175(1902)347-60. 

Present conditions and prospects In Colombia. Miss R 25(1902)572-80, ill., port. 

The struggle in Colombia. Sat R 92(1902)326-7. 



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COLONIAL period. History of Am. to the War of Independence. 

Ames, Herman Vandenburg. Outline of lectures on American political and institutional history during the 
colonial and revolutionary periods, with references for collateral reading. [Philadelphia] Department 
of American history. University of Pennsylvania, 1902. 1 p., 5-95 numb. 1. 26cm. [Printed on one 
aide of leaf only. 31.Men.ln:Am Hist R 8(1903)402 "revised edition." L.C. 2-24486] 

C a r p e n t e r, A. H. Habeas corpus in the [Am.] colonies. Am Hist R 8(1902)18-27. 

Cross, Arthur Lyon. The Anglican episcopate and the American colonies. . . New York, London [etc.] 
Longmans, Green, und co., 1902. ix, 368 p. 23cm. (Harvard histiH-ical studies, vol. Iz) ["A list of 
special works": p. 350-357. Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)542-4 (Willistou Walker) "thorough and shatis- 
factory. . .has searched with diligence the available sources ... result is ... commendable thoroughness, 
clearness, and completeness"; Nation 76(1903)79 "to wide study... [is] added some skill In ... presenta- 
tion ... appears to make his contention good without any forcing of the note"; Hist Pub Canad 7 79-80 
"volume of original research ... of Harvard Historical Studies ... relating to the United States [only]." 
L.C. 2-20794] 

H a m y, A. Sentiments et condulte des Anglais avant ft aprfis la decouverte du Mississippi Et. 92,539-48. 

Hart, Albert Bushnell. ...Colonial children ... with the collaboration of Blanche E. Hazard... New York, 
London, The Macmlllan company, 1902. xvil, 233 p. incl. 111., pi., port, front. 19%cm. (Source- 
readers In American history, no. 1) [Original imprint 1901 corrected to 1902. Rev.in:Nation 75(1902) 
421 "Free handling. . .of .. .naratives from... (1000 A.I).) to (1784) .. .commended for school or home... 
[No] index... table of contents is very meagre"; Dial 33(1902)289 "spelling and the language. . .have 
been modernized." L.C. 2-17870] 

M a r s d e n, R. G. The High Court of Admiralty in relation to national history, commerce and the col- 
onization of America. A.D. 1550-1850. Royal HUt S N S 16(1002)69-96. 

O g g, Frederick Austin. The making of Greater Britain. Chaut 36(1902)126-37, 111., port., map. 

O s g o o d, Herbert L. England and the American colonies In the seventeenth century. Polit Sc Q 17 
(1902)206-22. 

Welsh, Luoie D. Colonial days. Boston, Educ Pub, 1902, ill. 
COLONIAL possessions. All portions of the IT. 8. not present or prospective parts of the Union. 

B i g e 1 o w, P. D. Amerikaiicr als Kolonlst. N. Dtsche. Runds. (1002)026-30. 

Halatead, Murat. Pictorial hist, of America's new pot-sesslons. Chicago, Dominion, 1002. 12o. 

J u d a o n, W. V. Strategic value of her West Indian possessions to the United States. Ann Am Aca<l 
Pol Sci 19(1902)383-91. 

Leroy-Beaulieu, Pierre. Les fetats-unis puissance colonial?. Rev Deux Mondes 7(1902)77-112. 

Opportunities in the colonies and Cuba. By Leonard Wood [and others]. [For detail see same title under 
subject Cuba.] 

Reinsch, Paul S[amuel]. ...Colonial government; an introduction to the study of colonial Institutions... 
New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1902. x, 386 p. lOMicm. (The citizen's library of econ- 
omics, politics, and sociology) ["References at end of each chapter. Contents. pt. 1. Motives and 
methods of colonization. pt. 2. Forms of colonial government. pt. 3. Institutions of colonial govern- 
ment. [Rev.in:Hist Pub Canad, '02, 7(1003)1-3 "admirable little volume. . .well-informed and accurate 
...has examined exhaustively the literature. . .bibliography. . .specially valuable. . .great insight and 
understanding of... the British colonial system"; Am Hist R 8(1903)375-6 "bring[s] . . .into small com- 
pass. . .essential facts of colonization. . .ample bibliographies. . .of value... in giving ... succient, lucid 
and suggestive statements"; Nation 75(1902)98-9 "British colonies receive the principal. . .attention. .. 
bibliography appended to each chapter. . .scholarly;" Dial 33 (1902; 286 "collection of essays. . .lucid and 
entertaining, rather than a thorough aud systematic treatment. . .popular." L.C. 2-16778] 

Snow, Alpheus H[enry], The administration of dependencies; a study of the evolution of the federal 
empire, with special reference to American colonial problems. New York and London, G. P. Putnam's 
sons, 1902. vi p., 1 1., 619 p. 23%cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)553-7 (P.S.Relnsch) "a notable 
legal argument and a highly valuable analysis of an important part of American political thought... 
has somewhat misplaced the emphasis in his Interpretation of history . . . views the thought of the past 
...too much from the point of our present needs of constitutional development;" Nation 75(1902)386-7 
"Written for. . .purpose of [showing] .. .that our Revolutionary forefathers were imperialists ... conclu- 
sion... fatal to... present claims of imperialists. .. notwithstanding. . .display of research in. . .citation 
of ancient documents ... we cannot regard this work as giving correct views of the past"; Dial 34(1903) 
42-4 (J.O. Pierce) "elaborate treatise. . .exhaustive study of the precedents. . .in French and English 
history ... not merely a valuable contribution ... it is an epoch-making book. . .defects. . .largely in mat- 
ters of detail." L.C. 2-23770] 

TT. 8. War dept. Reports on the law of civil government In territory subject to military occupation by 
the military forces of the United States. Submitted. . .by Charles E. Magoon... Washington, Gov't 
print, off., 1902. 808 p. 23%cm. [Rev. in: Nation 75(1902)482 "embody opinions relating to routine 
business. One or two Involve broad Constitutional. . .questions." L.C. 2-20481] 

Yerelnlgte Staaten v.N.-A. Amerikas Kolonien. Gartenlaube (1902) no. 12, 



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COLORADO. Western, Rocky Mt. State of U. S. 

Representative men of Colorado in the nineteenth century; a portrait gallery of many of the men who 
have been instrumental in the upbuilding of Colorado, including not only the pioneers, but others who, 
coming later, have added their quota, until the once territory ia now the splendid state. [Ed. de luxe.] 
New York, Denver, The Rowell art publishing company, 1902. sil, [2], 272 p. of port. 23%cm. [No. 
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Bowman, George Ernest, Transc. by. The purchasers of Darthuioutb. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)185-8. 
DAUL, Jean-Denis (1766-1821). Canadian Cath. priest. 

C h e T r o t, G. Du. Le Pere Daule. Rech Hist 8(1902)345-7. 
DAVENPORT, Iowa. City of Scott Co. 70 m. S. of Dubuque. 

Sixty-three years of Home History [newspaper of city]. Annals of Iowa 5(1902)380-82. 
DAVIDSON County, Tenn. A north central Co. of state. 

The earliest records of Davidson County. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)315-21. 



flO WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

DAVIS, Charles Howard (b.1856). Mass, artist. 

D o w n e s, William Howe. Charles H. Davls's landscapes. New Kng M 27(1902)423-37, ill., port. 
DAVIS, Isaac W. Confederate officer, brother of Jefferson Davis. 

H a 1 b e r t, Henry S. Ensign Isaac W. Davis and Honson's Mill. Gulf Mag 1(1902)151. 
DAVIS, Jefferson (1808-89). Miss. IT. S. Sec. of War, President of the Confederate States. 
[Letter] to Col. Jefferson Davis [1846]. Boat Bull 7(1902)320. 

Reagan, Jolin H. Reasons against trial of Jefferson Davis. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)422-7. 
DAVIS, Noah (1818-1902). Justice N. Y. Supreme Court. 

Hon. Noah Davis. Granite M 32(1902)267-68. 
DAVIS, Richard Harding (b.1864). Am. writer. 

Archibald, J. F. J. Richard Harding Davis. Bk-Buyer 25(1902-3)216-20, ill., port. 
DAVIS, Sam (fl.1862). Confed. spy, executed at Nashville, Tenn. 

Memories of martyr Sam Davis. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)205, ill. 
DAWSON, Thomas (fl.1752). Va. Epis. clerg., Pres. of William and Mary college. 

S c o 1 1, R. F. President Thomas Dawson. Wm M Q 11(1902)92-3. 
DEAF-BLIND. Persons without sight or hearing. 

Everett, Ruth. Educating the deaf-Blind. R of Rs 25(1902)435-42, ill., port. 
DEAN, John Ward (1815-1902). Boston librarian, writer, ed. N. E. Beg. 

A p p 1 e t o n, William S. [Tribute to John Ward Dean.) Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)513. 

Corey, Deloraine Pendre. John Ward Dean, A. M. N E Reg 56(1902)223-35, port. 

Corey, Deloraine Pendre. Memoir of John Ward Dean, A.M. Boston, New-England Historical Genealogical 
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John Ward Dean. Medf Reg 5(1902)44-6. 

Obituary. N Y Rec 33(1902)120-1. 
DEAN, Towne (1810-95). Vt. and Mass, physician. 

[Obituary]. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)246-7. 
DEAN family. 

Drummond, Josiah H[ayden]. Genealogy of Isaac Dean of Grafton, N. H., fourth in descent from John 
Dean of Taunton; published by George W. Dean. Portland, Smith & Sale, printers, 1902. 35 p. 24cm. 
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DEBATES, Political. Public discussion of political issues. 

Adams, Charles Francis. An undeveloped function. Am Hist R 7(1902)203-32. 
DE BLANC, Louis Charles (fl.1825). Louisiana French officer. 

Last will and testament of Louis Charles De Blanc, of New Orleans, La., 1825. Am Cath Hist 13(1902) 

233-6. 
DEBSCONEAG Lakes, Me. Lakes in Piscatq.uis Co. in center of state. 

Thompson, Winfield Mfartin]. Debsconeag. . . Boston, The Barta press [1902] 16 U. ill., fold. map. 

15%cm. [Cover-title: A word from the Maine woods. L.C. 2-25698] 
DECLARATION of Independence. Declaration of the Am. colonies July 4, 1776. 

Homes of the signers of the Declarations of Independence. Am Month M 20(1902)1-3,110-14,325-8; 21. 
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The original Declaration of Indenpondeuce. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)541-2. 
DEDHAM, Mass. Village of Norfolk Co. 10 m. S.W. of Boston. 

Dedham Historical Register. Dedharn, Mass. 80. Quarterly, v. 13, 1902. 127 p. 

F o 1 s o m, A. A. French troops in Doilhiim. Dedu Reg 13(1902)94-5. 

Hill, Don Gleason. Th<- landing place on Charles river, Dedham Village. Dedh Reg 13(1902)67-77, 111. 

The old Whiting mills on Mother Brook. Dedh Reg 13(1902)97-8, ill. 

Sheldon, N. L. The birthplace of the American free public school. New Eng M 27(1902)509-17, 111. 

S t a f t e r, Carlos. The schools and teachers of Dedham. Dedh Reg 12(1901)20-4,53-6,68-9; 13(1902)19-21, 

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DE OBAFFLE1TREID, Christopher. Swiss nobleman, founder of New Bern, N. Carolina. 

Kennedy, (Mrs. )Sara Bt-aumout. Colonial New Berwo. N C Bookl 1.2(1901)3-20. 
D'IBERVILLE, Pierre Le Moyne (d.1706). Canadian naval officer. 

A c t e de sepulture de Pierre LeMoyne D'Ibervllle [at Havana]. Rech Hist 8(1902)198-9. 

C o n t r a t de marriage de Lemoyne d'Ibervllle. Rech Hist 8(1902)301-4. 
DE KALB, Baron (ft. 1776). French officer in American army, Revolutionary War. 

Ford, George H. The struggle for liberty. Conn Mag 7(1902>549-52 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 61 

DE LAND, Florida. Village of Volusia Co. 5 m. E. of Beresford. 

A souvenir of the city of Do Land, Florida. Issued for the purpose of presenting to the notice of our 
northern friends, the advantages and beauties of our city and Its surroundings. . . De Land, Fla., Tl<- 
News publishing co., 1902. [72] p. ill., port., fold. plan. 20V;. cm. LL.C. 2-23944J 
DELAWARE valley. The watershed of the Delaware R. in N. J. and Fa. 

Jenkins, Charles F[ranci]. From Philadelphia to the Poeouos; a guide to the Delaware valley, Trenton, 
Lambertville, Eastou, Phillipsburg, Belvidere, Portland and the Delaware Water Gap. . . Philadelphia, 
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DEMOCRACY. Government by the people. 

B 1 1 o t, Charles W. American democracy. Harv Urad M 10(1901-2)505-7. 

Lowell, James Russell. Democracy; an address delivered in the town ball, Birmingham. . . [Boston, 
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Ostrogorskii. M[oisei lakovlevich]. Democracy and the organization of political parties. . .tr. from the 
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investigation alike historical and critical of the n'giin of organized parties". . .great and valuable... 
exhibit[s] ripe scholarship, unusual capacity for thinking clearly, aud a Just sense of proportion ... stu- 
dents... the world over will turn to this... for exact Information and critical discussion of its most vital 
problem"; Nation 76(1903)356-8 "very notable contribution. . .painstaking and minute study. . .Judicial 
Impartiality and candor. . .rare patience. . .combines a profound knowledge of political philosophy with a 
personal knowledge of living politicians. . .occasional minor slips in the second volume"; Am Hist R 8 
(1903)519-21(A. L.Lowell) "[second] volume treats of .. .America. . .length is too great... some repetition 
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M c N e a 1, Albert T. The future of the Democratic party. Sewanee 10(1902)463-70. 
Massachusetts Democratic platform. R of Us 26(1902)450-1. 
M 1 k e 1 1, William B. The future of the Democratic party. Sewanee 10(1902)470-6. 
Origin of the Democratic National Convention. Am Hist Mae 7(1902)267-73. 
DE MUELLES, Jacques (fl.1682). Intendant of Canada, 1682-6. 
Roy, Regis. Jacques de Meulles. Rech Hist 8(1902)268-70. 
DNCHAUD, Claude (d.1836). Canadian deputy. 

Denfichaud, E. Claude Dencchaud. Rech Hist 8(1902)271-4. 
DENISON, Geo. Taylor (b.1839). Lieut. Governor of Canada. 

V., B. Q. Canadian celebrities. Canad M 19(1902)398-400, port. 
DENISON family. 

T a 1 c o t t, Mary K. Denlson (note). N B Reg 56(1902)207. 
DENMARK, Brantley A. (1850-1901). Ga lawyer, R. R. president, banker. 

Mr. Brantley A. Denmark [obituary]. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)470. 
DENTON, Daniel (fl.1666). N. Y. historian. 

Neumann, Felix [Jonathan]. Daniel Denton's Brief description of New York, formerly called New Nether- 
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DENVER, Col. City, county seat of Arapahoe Co. 540 m. W. of Omaha. 

Moore, E. The Lecompton party which located Denver. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)446-52. 
Stevens, Fred. P. Denver the coming city; a collection of forty instantaneous photographs of life In Den- 
ver, comprising street scene 1 *, public and private buildings, parks and various panoramas of the city, as- 
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DENYS, Nicolas (1598-ab.l672). Am. historian. 
Nicolas Denys. Rech Hist 8(1902)219-23. 
DEPARTMENT store*. Large stores dealing in many kinds of goods classified. 

D u b o 1 s, Leo L. The department store. Cath Uuiv B 8(1902)454-71. 

DEPENDENT children. Children requiring support of state or agencies other than parents. 
Streeter, William B. The care of dependent children of Indiana. Forum 23(1902)737-46. 



62 WHITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

DEPEW, Charles (fl.1901). 

Depew, Charles. Life as I've found it... A gathering of experiences and observations of the common 
people, relating to their aspirations, trials and tribulations but more especially my own prosaic life. 
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Suite, Benjamin. Nicolas des Bei-geres de Rlgauville. Rech Hist 8(1902)249-51. 
DERRY, N. H. Village of Rockingham Co. 11 m. S.E. of Manchester. 

Cheney, G. A. Derry. Its interesting past and prosperous present. Granite M 33(1902)321-74, ill. 
DERRYFIELD, N. H. Hamlet in Rockingham Co. 

Browne, G. TV. Derryfleld in the Revolution. Historic Quart 3(1902)110-17. 
DES BERGERES. Raymond-Blaise (ab. 1657-1711). Canadian Friend, Colonial officer. 

Suite, Benjamin. Raymond des Bergeres. Reoh Hist 8(1902)212-15. 
DESERTERS (Mil.). Soldiers unlawfully leaving an army. 

Desertion ft 1'enneini [Canada. 1757]. Rech Hist 8(1902)340. 
DE 80TO, Fernando (b. about 1496). Spanish discoverer of Mississippi S. 

L e w i s, T. H. Route of DeSoto's expedition from Taliepacana to Huhasene. Miss Hist P 6(1902)449-67. 
DETROIT, Mich. City of Wayne Co. on Belle R. 

B a t e s, G. W. [Evacuation of Ft. Lernoult, Detroit]. Spirit of '76, 8(1902)96-8, plan. 
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D i o n n e, N. E. Le premier journal franeais public aux fitats-Unis [Detroit]. Rech Hist 8(1902)281-3. 
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DEUPREE (Mrs.), N. D[urhams] (fl.1901). Miss, local hist, writer. 

M r s. N. D. Deupree. Miss Hist P 6(1902)245. 
DEWEY, George (b.1837). Admiral IT. S. Navy in Spanish-American War. 

Halstead, Murat. Life and achievements of Admiral Dewey. Chicago, Dominion, 1902. 12o. 
D'WOLF family. 

Perry, Calbraith B[ourn]. Charles D'Wolf of Gaudaloupe, his ancestors and descendants. Being a com- 
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appendices on the Nova Scotinu de Wolfs and other allied families, with a preface by Bradford Colt 
de Wolf. New York, T.A.Wright, 1902. 3 p. 1., [9]-324 p., 1 1. front., 111., pi., port. 24%cm. [Title 
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DIAL, The. Organ of the Transccndentalists. 

Cooke, George Willis. An historical and biographical introduction to accompany the Dial as reprinted in 
numbers for the Rowfant club... Cleveland, The Rowfant club, 1902. 2 v. 23cm. ["Of this supple- 
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seven copies have been issued." Vol. 1 is no. 127, v. 2 no. 126. Rev.in:Nation 76(1903)56 "unique and 
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DIAZ, Porfirio. President of Mexico since 1876. 

Mason, Alfred Bishop. An audience with Diaz. Cent 64(1902)187-8. port. 
DICKINSON, John (d.lV99). Va. pioneer Indian fighter, officer in Am. Revolution. 

M c A 1 1 1 8 t e r, J. T. Colonel John Dickinson. A sketch. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)54-9. 
DICKINSON, 7. T. (d.1802). Florida Confederate officer. 

Gen. J. J. Dickinson. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)419-20, port. 
DICKINSON family. 

M '. A 1 1 8 i .. .'. J- T. Colonel Jobn iMckiuson. A sketch contributed by J. T. McAllister, Hot Springs, 

Bath County, Virginia. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)54-9. 
DICKINSON Co., Iowa. County in the N.W. part of state. 

Smith, R, A. A history of Dickinson County, Iowa, together with an account of the Spirit Lake massacre, 
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DIGGES family. 
Berkeley, William. Mr. William Digges appointed a justice (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)281. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 63 

DILL, James Brooks (b.1864). N. Y. lawyer. 

Boles, William Justus. James B. Dill. World's Work 3(1001-2)1884-8, port. 
DINGLEY, Edward Kelson (1832-99). Me. Governor and Congressman. 

Dingloy, Edward Nelson. The life and times of Nelson Dlngley, jr... Kalamaisoo, Mich., Ihling bros. It. 

Everard, 1902. 10 p. )., 497, 22 p. front.. 111., pi., port., facslm. 25%cm. [L.C. 2-20678] 
DIKWIDDIE famUy. 

Ball, T[imothy] H[orton], ed. Genealogical records of the Dlnwlddle clan of northwestern Indiana. 
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DISPENSARY system. System for control of liquor traffic by the state. 

T 1 m m o n s. James K. The dispensary system In Alabama. Outl 71(1902)454-5. 

DISTRICT of Colombia. District containing Washington City, administered by IT. S. gov't. 

B u n d y, C. S. A history of the offic^ of Justice of the Peace In the District of Columbia. Rec Colum- 
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Columbia Historical Society, Washington, D. C. Records of tho Washington, The Society. 80. v.5. 

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Corcoran gallery of art, Washington, D. C. Exhibition of drawings, designs and models, Illustrating tho 
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[Dodge, William Castle]. ...Plea for the District of Columbia. . .by a disfranchised taxpayer. [Wash- 
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DIX, Morgan (b.1827). N. Y. Episcopal clergyman and writer. 

Morgan Dix, D.D. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)336 7. 
DIXON family. 

D 1 z o n. Wm M Q 10(1902)272-3. 
DOANE family. 

Doane, Alfred Alder, comp. The Doane family: 1. Deacon John Doane, of Plymouth; II. Doctor John Done, 

of Maryland; and their descendants. With notes upon English families of the name Boston, 

A.A.Doane, 1902. xxl, 533 p. front., ill., pi., port., facslm. 24cm. [Rev.ln:N E Reg 57(1903)228 
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DODDRIDGE, Philip (1773-1832). Virginia lawyer, U. 8. Congressman. 

L a 1 d 1 e y, W. 8. Hon. Philip Doddridge, of Brooke County, Virginia. W Va Mag 2.1(1902)54-68, port. 
DODGE, Reuben Rawson (1819-99). Button, Mass., genealogist, local hist, writer. 

Reuben Rawson Dodge. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)205-6. 
DODGE COTTHTY, Neb. Co. in the E. part of state. 

Carr, Daniel Mathew, ed. Progressive men of Nebraska; a book of portraits. [For details see same title 

under subject, Nebraska. 
DORCHESTER (Lord). Canadian Governor. 

Lord Dorchester et sa famille au Canada. Rech Hist 8(1902)58-60. 
DOTY family. 

Bowman, George Ernest. Thomas Doty's will and Inventory. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)233-4. 
DOUBLE headed serpent (Am. Arch.). Symbolic figure among Am. Indians. 

Double headed serpent and the migration of symbols. Am Ant 24(1902)482-3. 



64 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

DOUGLAS, Stephen Arnold (1813-61). 111. Attorney-General, U. S. senator. 
B r o w n, William Garrott. Lincoln's rival. Atlan 9( 1902)226-36. 

Brown, William Garrott. Stephen Arnold Douglas. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and co., 1902. 4 p. 1.. 141, 
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390(F.H.Hodder) "notable as a recognition of the great part that Douglas really played. . .except for a 
few... slips. ..well done"; Nation 74(1902)409-10 "Written with u dramatic sympathy which does not 
. . .confuse. . .writer's moral discrimination. . .Douglas faithfully represented"; Dial 32(1902)351 "of 
value and interest. . .[a] good piece... of work." L.C. 2-7637] 
DOUGLASS, Andrew Ellicott (1819-1902). Wis. Pres. of Kenyon College, scientist, archeologist. 

S m 1 t h, Harlan I. Andrew Ellicott Douglass. Wis Arch 1(1901-2)42-3. 
DOUGLASS, Frederick (ab.1817-85). Negro slave, minister to Hayti, Marshal of D. C. 

Frederick Douglass [letter]. Collect 15(1902)89. 
DOUKHOBORS. Russian sect, emigrated to Manitoba in 1898-99. 

I n g o 1 d, F. Among the Doukhobors. Outl 72(1902)353. 
DOURO, Ontario. A township of Ontario. 

Dunlop, E. S., compiled and ed. by. Our Forest Home, being extracts from the correspondence of the late 
Francis Stewart. Montreal, , 1902. pp. 300+91. [Rev.in:Hist Pub Canad '02, 7(1903)106-7 "on 

the township of Douro. . .light and graceful letters of their cultivated. . .lady have added a fresh inter- 
est to... history of this portion of .. .Ontario. . .with. . .table of contents or index."] 
DOVER, N. H. City of Strafford Co. 68 m. N. by E. of Boston. 

"Contemptuous and base words" against the King, in Dover, New Hampshire, 1685(?). Boat 

Bull 7(1902)346. 
DOWDGE, Francis (fl.1818). Va. Methodist clergyman. 

Princess Anne county marriages. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)40-6. 
DOWE family. 

Will of Thomas Dowe [H.-m rhill, Mass., ab.1656]. Ess Ant 6(1902)158. 
DOWER, Samuel (1826-1901). Clergyman. 

In memoriam Rev. Samuel Domer, D.D. Funeral address by Rev. W.E. Parson, D.D. Press notices, etc. 

[Washington, H.E.Wilkins printing co., 1902] 1 p. 1., 34 p. front, (port.) 18cm. [L.C. 3-11715J 
DOWIE, John Alexander (d.1903). Founder of Zion, 111., a religious communistic settlement. 
Buckley, James M. Dowis, analyzed and classified. Cent 64(1902)928-32, ill. 
S w a 1 n, John. John Alexander Dowie; the prophet and his prolits. Cent 64(1902)933-44, ill. 
T o w n s e n d, G. John Alexander Dowie's city of plains. Munsey 27(1902)843. 
DOWRIES. Marriage portions. 

DeChampigny. fitat de la distribution des trois mille livres accordfies par le roi en 1'annee 1700 

pour doter solxant? fllles a ralson de DO livres pour ehacune. Uech Hist 8(1902)48-9. 
DRAKE, Francis (ab. 1545-96). Explorer, Vice- Admiral British Navy. 

Early English voyages to the Pacific coast of Am. Sir Francis Drake. Out West 17(1902)593-600.723-30. 
DREAMS. Thought currents during sleep. 

Q u i n c y, Josiah P. Dreams as factors in history. Mass Hist Soc Proc II. 15(1901-2)81-8. 
DREER, Ferdinand Julius (1812-1902). Philadelphia capitalist. 
Ferdinand J. Dreer. Collect 15(1902)99. 

The late Ferdinand Julius Dreer [Obit.]. Penn Mag 2(1902)285. 
DREXEL, Francis A. (1824-85). 

Mr. Francis A. Drexel. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)255. port. 
DRIESSCHE, Amandus Van den (1825-1901). Detroit (Mich.) Catholic priest, writer. 

Elliot, Richard R. The glorious record of Father Amandus Van den Driesscbe. Am Cath Res 19(1902) 

160-8. 
DRING family. 

D r 1 n g family. Gen Q M 3(1902)106. 
DROWNE, Henry Thayer (1822-92). N. Y. business man, writer. 

Henry Thayer Drowne. N J Hist S 2(1902)197. 
DRUMBO, Ont. Village of Oxford Co. 23 m. E.S.E. of Stratford. 

W i u t e m b e r g, W. J. Report upon a supposed aboriginal fish-weir in Burgess Lake, near Drumbo, 

Ontario. Ontario An Arch Rept '01(1902)35-8. 
DRUMMOND, Josiah H. (1827-1902). N. H. lawyer, hist, writer. 

[ B r o w n e, G. W.] Josiah H. Drummond. Historic Quart 3(1902)107-9. 
DRY goods trade. Distribution of cotton, woolen, etc., products. 

Dandbrldge, William. Dry goods [short note] 1767. Va Mag 10(1902)217. 



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DRY TORTUGAS, Fla. Group of islets of Monroe Co. 120 m. W.S.W. of mainland. 

P r e n 1 1 c e, W. R. On the Dry Tortugas [1965]. McClure 18(1901-2)564-70. 
DRYDEN, John Fairfleld (b.1839). N. J. capitalist, U. 8. senator. 

Bridge, James H. John Fairfleld Dryden. Coemopol 34(1902-3)167-9, port. 
DUDLEY, Sanford Harrison (1842-1901). Boston lawyer. 

Clarke, George Kuhn. Sanford Harrison Dudley, A.M., LL.B. N E Reg 56 Suppl(1902)lviii-lix. 
DUDLEY family. 

T a 1 c o t t, Mary K. Dudley (note). N E Reg 56(1902)206. 
DUDLEY, Haas. Township of Worcester Co., Mass., about 18 m. S. by W. of Worcester. 

C o n a n t, Samuel Morris. The settlement of Dudley. Quinabaug Hist Soc Leaf 1[1902?]99-106. 
DUER, William Alexander (1780-1868). N. Y. lawyer, Fres. Columbia College, writer. 

D u e r, Wm. A. William Alexander Duer. Fifth pres. of Columbia Coll. Columb Q 4(1902)147-58. ill. 
DUFFERIN, Lord (b.1826). Governor-General of Canada. 

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DUFUR, Simon Miltimore. Soldier in Civil War. 

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T. H. M. Daniel Dulany the elder (note). Penn Mag 26(1902)481. 
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Le pelntre Louis Dulongpre. Reeh Hist 8(1902)119-20,150-1. 
DUMMER. Jeremiah (1680-1739). English agent for the Mass, colony. 

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DUNCAN. E. 8. (1789-1858). Va. judge, statesman, officer in War of 1812. 

Raymond, Henry. Judge E. S. Duncan. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)74-6. 
DUNCAN, Henry. Officer U. B. Navy in Am. Revolution. 

Laughton, John Knox, ed. The Naval miscellany. London, Printed for the Navy Records Society, 1902. 
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DUNCOMBE, John Francis (1831-1902). Iowa pioneer and lawyer. 

D e y, Pelena. John F. Duncombe. Iowa Hist Rec 18(1902)587-94, port. 
DUNDY, Elmer 8. (1830-ab.84). Nebraska judge. 

T o w 1, Edwin S. Judge Elmer S. Dundy. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)83-95. 
BUNKERS <Dunkard, Tunkers). Penn. German Am. religious sect. 

Among the Dnnkera. Year book Penn Soc of N Y(1902)101-7. 

Huguenot- Dnnkard-Memnonite discipline. Pa Ger 3(1902)90-1. 
DUNMORE war. War 1774 by Penn., Va. and 0. settlers against Indians. 

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DUPONT, Nicolas, Sieur de Neuville (fl.1669). Officer of France in Canada. 

Lettres de Noblesse de Nicolas Dupont de Neuville. Rech Hist 8(1902)14-5. 
DURAND, Louis (1670-1702+) . Canadian voyageur. 

V e r re a u, L'Abbe H. A. Louis Durand. Rech Hist 8(1902)366-7. 
DURAND family. 

D n r a n d family record. Gen Q M 3(1902)25. 
DURFEE family. 

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DURHAM, John George Lambton, Earl of (1792-1840). Governor-General of Canada. 

E g e r t o n, Hugh E. Lord Durham's Canada report. Eng Hist R 17(1902)539. 

G a r n e 1 1, R. The authorship of Lord Durham's Canada report. Eng Hist R 17(1902)268-75. 
DURHAM, N. H. Village of Strafford Co. 6 m. S.W. of Dover. 

. Chamberlain. French ace. of raid upon the New Eng. frontier In 1094. Acad 2(1902)249-66. 
DTJSTAN. George (1828-1902). N. E. Congregational clergyman and legislator. 

Rev. George Dustan. Granite M 32(1902)334. 
DU VAL family. 

Dudley-Teeter, Henry. The DuVal family. Spirit of '76. 8(1902)111-3. 
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Dwight, Nathaniel. The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, Mass., during the Crown 

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DWIGHT family. 

von Sahler, L. Hasbrouck. The Dwights of Stockbridge. N Y Rec 33(1902)14-6. 
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Munroe, Alfred. Concord and the Telegraph. Read before the Concord Antiquarian Society. (Patriot 
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D'YRUJO. Carlos Martinez (b.1763), Spanish opponent of the Louisiana purchase. 

Hart, Charles H. A Spanish opponent of the La. purchase. Chevalier d'Yrujo. Cent 64(1902)946-7. 

EAMES family. 

Hall, Virginia. Pierce-Eames (note). N E Reg 56(1902)409. 
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C o n w a y, Wm. B. Talks with General J. A. Earlj-. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)250-5. 
EARTHQUAKES. Movements of the earth's crust. 

D e c k e r t, E. Erdbebenherde n. SchUttergebiete v. Nord-amerika in ihr. Beziehgn. z. d. morphol. Verh- 
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Earthquakes In Essex County. Ess Ant 6(1902)166-70. 
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J a m e s M. Eason. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)250. 
EAST HADDAM, Conn. Township of Middlesex Co. 28 m. 8.S.E. of Hartford. 

C 1 e v e 1 a n d, E. J. Burials in Cove Cemetery, East Haddam, Conn. O1<1 Northw Q 5(1902)48-9. 

Clemens, W. Harry. The legends of Machimoodus. Conn Mas: 7(1902)451-8. 
EASTHAM, Mass. A Cape Cod township, Barnstable Co., 97 m. from Boston. 

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EAST HAMPTON, N. Y. Village of Suffolk Co., Long Is., 7 m. S.E. of Gay Harbor. 

Records of marriages, baptisms, and deaths in Easthaiupton, L. I., from 1696 to 1746. Recorded by 

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A trip over the old Easton road. Pa Ger 3(1902)67, ill., port. 
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Death of Rev. Charles H. Eaton. Gunton's M 22(1902)462-3. 
EATON, Seymour (b.1859). Founder and President of Booklovers' Library. 

Seymour Eaton. World's Work 4(1902)2028, port. only. 
EATON, Wyatt (1849-96). N. Y. artist. 

Eaton, Wyatt. Recollections of American poets. Sketch of the author. Cent. 64(1902)842-51, port. 
EATON Free School. School of Elizabeth City Co., Va., founded 1659. 

Eaton Tho. The Eaton free school. Wm M Q 11(1902)19-20. 
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ECONOMIC Progreis U. 8. 

Preder, W. Neuere wirt*ch. u. so. Entwicklg. d. Vereln Staat T. Aim ilka. Frele Wort (1902) 134-38. 
O o 1 d b e r g e r, L. M. Beobachtgn. ttb. d. Wirtschaftsleb. d. Vereiii Staat. Woche (1 902) Nr. 29-31. 
K a n n e r, S. Wirtschaftl. Anfschwung d. Vereln Staat. Dtsche Exp Rev Bell(1902)no.2. 
Vereinigte Staaten T. N.-A. Entwicklg. d. wlrtscb. Verbftltn. 1800-1902. Dez. Bayer Handelszelt 

(1902)Nr.34. 

Vcrelnlgte Staaten T. N.-A. Wlrtsch. Erwaggn. Ob. d. Urs. d. Wohlfahrt d. Vereln Staat v. N.-A. 
Gartenlanbe( 1902) no. 17. 

ECONOMICS. Study of wealth. 

Ghent, Wfilliam] J[ames] 1866 Our benpyolent feudalism. New York, London, The Macmillan com- 
pany, 1902. Tli, 202 p. 19%cm. ["The germ of this book was contained In an article published In the 

^-Independent, April 3, 1902." Pref. Contents. Utopias and other fort-caste. Combination and coal- 
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Laughlin. ?[ames] Laurence. The elements of political economy, with some applications to questions of 
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Marx, Karl. Wage-labor and cnpital; also Free-trade. (Ann and hammer ser.) N. Y., Labor News, 1902. 
ECUADOR. State of South America on west coast. 

Garcfa y P6res, A. Organlzaclon mflltar de America. Repflbllca del Ecuador. Madrid, Velasco. 1902. 
EDISON, Thomas Alva (b.1847). N. 3. inventor. 

Price, Charles W. Thomas Alva Edison. Cosmopol 33(1902)35-7. port. 
EDUCATION. Training of the leu by the more developed. 

[Am. missionary Asao.] Report of committees [education in Sonth, Alaska, etc.] Am Miss 56 
(1902)37-47. 

Annual statement of the Commissioner of Education to the Secretary of the Interior. June 30, 1902. 
Washington, Gor't print, off., 1902. pp. 41. 

B e 1 1, S. Washington, D. C. Greenleaf public school; an educational object lesson. Pedagog Sem 9(1902) 
237 (Je). . 

Blake, Clarence E. The consolidation of schools and the conveyance of children. Forum 33(1902)103-8. 

B u r k, Frederic. The old education and the new. Forum 33(1902)474-86. 

Chappie, Joe Mitchell. The Stoat Manual Training School. Nat'l M(Bost)15(1901-2)501-7, 111., port. 

C o z, I. J. Educational efforts in Ban Fernando De Bexar. Qnar Tex Hist Ass 6(1902)27-63. 

Crosby, Dick J. School gardens: their development and functions. Ontl 71(1902)852-61, ill. 

Cubberley, Ellwood P. Syllabus of lectures on the history of education, with selected bibliographies... 
New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1902. 2 v. ill., maps. 26cm. [Paging Irregular: many 
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Dabney, Charles W. The old school and the new. Knwxvllle, Tenn. [1902?] paper, pp. 16 [Rev. in: 
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Educational progress of the year. Outl 71(1902)818-9. 

Edwards, George C. The private school in American life. Ednca R 23(1902)264-80. 

Eliot, Charles W. Education North and South. Ednca R 23(1902)486-9. 

Eliot, Charles W. The needs of American education. World's W 5(1902-3)2894-5. 

Les itats-Unlset 1'enseignement public. Pet Temps 20 Juln(1902). 

F r a n c k e, K. Dtsche. Knltnr 1. d. Verein Staat T. N.-A. Dtsche Rnnds(1902) April 127-45. 

G o u c h e n, John T. The church and education. Meth Rev 84(1902)177-90. 

A great year [1901] for educational gifts. World's Work 3(1901-2)1813. 

H a 1 1, G. Stanley. Normal schools, especially in Massachusetts. Pedagog Sem 9(1902)180. 

Hodkins, J. George. Documentary History of Education In Upper Canada from the passing of the Rev. 
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Hooker, Susan H. Planting of school grounds in Rochester, N. Y. Ctry Life Am 1 ( 1902) 219 (Ap). 

J o n e s, F. L. School life, Rural, enrichment by consolidation of schools. Ednca 22(1902)373(F). 

K i r k 1 a n d, J. H. Private gifts to education. Indep 54(1902)981-4. 

Lang, Osslan H. Educational events. Forum 34(1902-3)105-16. 

Lectures of George Wythe, 1787, Va. (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)274. 

Lough, Myrm Carelton. Early education in Western Virginia. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2)118-68. 

McAndrew, William. Plain words on teachers' wages. World's. Work 3(1901-2)1737-42. 

M a r k o e, L. J. Public schools and the Roman Catholic church. Cath World 75(1902)327(J1). 

Martin, George H. Boston schools one hundred years ago. New Eng M 26(1902)628-42. 



W WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

M e 1 I n, George Frederick. Thomas Jefferson and higher education. New Eng M 26(1902)607-16, port. 

Moritz, E. American vacation schools. Ber Gaertner. 1902. So. 28 p. M.I 

N e 1 s o n, A. H. The little red schoolhouse. Educa R 23(1902)304-15. 

N e 1 s o n, F. and Shaw, W. B. The consolidation of country schools. [Plan and progress] R of Rs 26 
(1902)702-10. 

O g A e n, Robert C. Educational conditions In the Southern states. Educu R 23(1902)468-82. 

Ou et quand a fitfi ouverte la premiere ecole au Canada? Rech Hist 8(1902)353-9. 

Page, Walter H. Southern educational conferences. Indep 54(1902)1156-8. 

P 1 u m n e r, William. [Letter] to Salma Hale [1818]. Bost Bull 6(1902)445. 

Pogodlne. Notes sur 1'enseignement aux tats-Unis d'Amerique. Jour Mln Inst Pub Dec(1902). 

Prltchett, Henry S. Industrial and technical training in popular educat'n. Educa R 23(1902)281-303. 

Proceedings of the National Educational Association, 1902. [Rev.in:l)ial 34(1903)93.] 

The real southern question again. World's Work 4(1902)2066-72, 111. 

Rogers, Howard J. The relation of education to industrial and commercial development. Educa R 23 
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Eollini, Frank. ...School administration in municipal government. New York, The Macmillan co. ; Ber- 
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S h e 1 d o n, N. L. The birthplace of the American free public school. N>w Eng M 27(1902)509-17, ill. 

S m a 1 1, W. H. New England Grammar School, 1635-1700. School R 10(1902)513. 

Southern education again. Outl 71(1902)159-61. 

A 8 t a t e university (note). [Rev. J. to Hon. J. Madison about Jefferson's plan]. Win M Q 11(1902)75. 

T h w i n g, Charles F. Gifts to education. Outl 72(1902)222-6. 

Webster, Homer J. Schools and colleges In colonial times. New Eng M 27(1902)372-9. 

W e t z e 1, W. A. Growth of High schools, 1891-1900. Educa R 24(1902)518. 

W 1 n t h r o p, Walt. Boston Free Grammar School. 1710. Bost Bull 7(1902)347-8. 

W y e r, J. I. Recant educational bibliography. In School Review, October 10(1902)605-614. 

Wyer, James Ingenoll. & Lord, Isabel Ely. comps. Bibliography of Education for 1901. Educational Re- 
view, June, 1902. 24: 61-64. "number of titles included Is 319, as compared with 418 for 1900. . .annota- 
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EDWARDS, Arthur (1834-1901). Mich and Hi. Meth. clergyman, editor. 

H e r b e n, Stephen J. Arthur Edwards editor. Meth R 84(1902)514-25. 
EDWARDS, Jonathan (1703-68). Theologian, third President of the Princeton College. 

DeNormandie, James. Jonathan Edwards at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Mass Hist Soc Proc II. 
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Dexter, Franklin B. The manuscripts of Jonathan Edwards. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)2-16. 

M c K e n z 1 e, Alexander. [Jonathan Edwnrds]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)23-4. 

Smyth, Egbert C. [Jonathan Edwards]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)21-3. 

Upham, William P. An account of the short-hand writings of Jonathan Edwards. Reprinted from the 
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tudy."] 

Upham, William P. Short -hand notes of Jonathan Edwards. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)514-21. 

EDWARDS family. 

Mills, William Stowell. The Edwards family of Wenham, prior to 1715. N E Reg 56(1902)60-3. 
EGGLESTON, Edward (1837-1902). Am. clergyman, historical writer, etc. 

Cary, Edward. Dr. Edward Eggleston. Bk-Buyer 25(1902-3)221-3, port. 

Edward Eggleston. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)lil-lv. 

Edward Eggleston [Obit.]. Am Hist R 8(1902)186-7. 

Johnson, Rossiter. Edward Eggleston. R of Rs 26(1902)448-9, port. 

Nicholson, Meredith. Edward Egglestou. Atlan 90(1902)804-9. 
EGLE, William Henry (1830-1901). Pa. historical writer, surgeon in Civil War. 

William Henry Egle, A.M., M.D. N E Reg 56 Suppl(1902)xlix-l. 
ELDER, John (1799-ab.l879). Penn. emigrant to Prince Gallitzin's district. 

Flick, Lawrence F. Reminiscences of John Elder, deceased, of Carrolltown, Cambria Co., Pa., one of 
the pioneer settlers of Prince Gallitzin's district. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)227-30. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

ELECTIONS. Choosing for public office. 
The election forecast. Nation 75(1902)338. 
Kendall, Amos. Card from [1856]. Bost Bull 7(1902)266-7. 

Seize millions votauta pour an flu, une campagne electorate aux fitats-Unls. Lect pour tous Fer(lBOS), 
Vereinigte Staaten T. N.-A. D. Wahlen. Ann f gewerb u bauweseu(1902)Nr.48. 
ELIOT, Charles (b.1859). Haas, landscape architect. 
Charles Eliot. Landscape Architect. Harv Grail M 11(1902-3)31-6. 

[Eliot, Charles William], Charles Eliot, landscape architect, a lover of nature and of his kind, wh 
trained himself for a new profession, practised it happily and through it wrought much good. Boston 
and New York, Houghtou, Mifflin and company, 1902. xxiv p., 1 1., 770 p., 1 1. front., 111., pi., port., 
maps (partly fold.) plans, facslm. 23cm. [Fold, maps in pockets. BeT.in:Dial 33(1902)284-5 "tell* 
the simple and faithful story of this well-spent llf e ... enriched with extracts." L.C. 2-18949] 
Ellsworth, William Webster. Charles Eliot, landscape architect. Outl 72(1902)135-8. 
A story of achievement. Nation 75(1902)47-8. 
ELIOT, Charles William (b.1834). President of Harvard University. 
Charles William Eliot. World's Work 4(1902)2249, port. only. 

Morris, George Perry. Charles William Eliot, pres. of Harvard. R of Rs 25(1902)280-97, ill., port 
ELIOT, Me. Village of York Co. on Fiscataug.ua R. 

Fogg, Wm. The early families of Eliot and Klttery, Me. Old Eliot 5^1902) 1-29,39-62,87-154,159-lM. 
Old Eliot. Eliot, Maine. 80., v.5. 1902. [Periodical] 
Stackpole, Rev. E. S. Joeselyns Point. Old Eliot 5(1902)30-4. 
ELIZABETH, N. J. City of Union Co. 14 m. W.8.W. of New York. 

Meyer, Ernest L. The site of the first Government House of New Jersey. N J Hist 3 3(1902)52-61. 
ELLIS family. 

L a E e 1 1, Theodore 8. Additional contributions to an Ellis genealogy. Dedh Reg 13(1902)106-7. 
ELLSWORTH, Oliver (1745-1807). Conn, statesman, Justice U. S. Supreme Court, envoy to Francs. 

Cook, Frank Gay lord. Oliver Ellsworth and federation. Atlan 89 ( 1902) 524-36. 
ELKA, N. Y. Village in Elm* township, Erie Co., 13 m. 8.E. of Buffalo. 

Jaokman, Warren. History of the town of Elrna, Erie county, N. Y., 1620 to 1901. Buffalo, Printed by 

G.M.Hausauer * son. 1902. 4 p. 1.. 11-331 p. plan. 23 ft cm. [L.C. 2-12291] 
EL WELL family. 

Elwell, Levi Henry, corap. by The descendants of Thomas Elwell, of Westhampton, Mass. Amherst, 

Mass.. Printed by comp.. 1902. pp. 24. 32o. 
ELY family. 

Beach, Hoses S[perry] The Ely ancestry; Uncage of Richard Ely of Plymouth, England, who came to 
Boston, Mass., about 1655, & settled at Lyme, Conn., In 1660. Collected by the late Moses S. Beach, of 
New York & by the Rev. William Ely, D.D., of Philadelphia. Ed. & enl. by Geo. B. Vanderpoel. With 
a very interesting sketch of the origin & history of the Elyes of Utterby & of Wonston. Kindly fur- 
nished by Sumner A. Ely, esq. New York, The Calumet press, 1902. 2 p. L, xllv, 639 p. incl. ill., 
1 pi. front., pi., port., fold, facsim., fold, geneal. tab. 26cm. [Title vignette (coat of arms in colors) 
Rev.in:N Y Rec 34(1903)74 "Carefully compiled. . .fitting memorial. . .of special interest ... very elab- 
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EMERSON, Ralph Waldo (1803-82). Concord, Mass., philosopher and writer. 

LI v 1 n gs t o n, Luther S. Two little-known first editions of American authors. Bibliog 1(1902)455-7. 
Roc, Flrmln. L'ldelisme Americain, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Rev Deux Moudes 7(1902)651-75. 
EMERY, Samuel Hopkins (1815-1901). Congregational clergyman, looal historical writer. 

D a v o 1, Ralph. Samuel Hopkins Emery, D.D. N E Reg 56 Suppl(1002)lxviii-lxix. 
EMMAUS Mission. Mission near Buckatunna creek, Miss. 

Evans, John H. Location and description of the Emmaus Mission. Miss Hist P (1902)411-13. 
EMMON8, Nathaniel (1745-1840). N. E. theologian and writer. 

M 1 1 1 a r d, Abel. Nathaniel Emmons. Amer Jour Theol 6(1902)17-84. 
EMORY, Frederick (b.1853). Chief of Bureau of Foreign Commerce U. 8. 

Frederic Emory. World's Work 3(1901-2)1579. port. only. 
EMPORIA College, Kan. Presbyterian college at Emporia, Kan., founded 1882. 

M a r 1 1 n, G. W. The College of Emporia, Andrew Carnegie, and John Byars Anderson. Trans Kan Hist 

Soc 1901-2 7(1902)502-20. 

EMUCKFAU (Ala.). Creek War battle, Jan. 21, 1814. 
Proposed monument to soldiers who fell at Emuckfau in the Creek War, 1814. Gulf May 1(1002)61. 



tO WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

ENCYCLOPAEDIAS. Abstracts of human knowledge on many subjects. 

Collier's new encyclopedia. . .an entirely new and original work containing a greater number of titles than 
any other similar compendium; with articles by over three hundred contributors... New York, P.F.Col- 
lier and son, 1902. 16 v. ill., pi. (partly col.) maps (partly fold.) 25%cm. L.C. 2-18116] 

Oilman, Daniel Coit. Peck, Harry Thurston, Colby, Frank Moore, editors. The new International encyclo- 
paedia. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & co., 1902. [Far the best encyclopaedia at date for general use. Typog- 
raphy is compact and clear, the number of articles is large and well chosen, and a very large number 
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"ERIE." Steamboat burned on Lake Erie, 1814. 

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James Lawrence Estey. [Memorial.] Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)599-601. 
ESTILL, J. H. (b.1840). Georgia Confederate officer, journalist, politician. 

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ETHNOLOGY. Science of races. 

P e e t, Stephen D. Different races in America. Am Ant 24(1902)199-212. 111. 

Putnam, F[rederic] W[ard]. Archaeological and ethnological research In the United States: a brief sum- 
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[John H. Evans.] Miss Hist P 6 (1902)411. 

EVANS family. 

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FAIRFAX, George William (ft. 1747). Va. surveyor. 

Snowden, William H. The story of the expedition of the young surveyors, George Washington and George 
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Miller, Joseph Lyon. The Fairfax stone. W Va Mag 2.1(1902)9-18, ill., port. 
FALL. American word for Autumn. 

"Fall of the year" [note]. Penn Mag 26(1902)409. 
FALLEN Timbers (Ohio). Indian War battle, Aug. 20, 1794. 

B u r t o n, C. M. Anthony Wayne and the Battle of Fallen Timbers. Mich Hist Coll '01, 31(472-89), map. 
FARMER'S ALLIANCE. An organization, esp. in South and West, est. 1876. 

Thompson, J. M. The Farmers' Alliance in Nebraska. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)199-206. 
FARMING of Revenues. Leasing of taxes. 
Bouffard, Jean. La Feme du Rol dans la NouveUe-France. Rech Hist 8(1902)210-12. 



72 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

FAEMINGTON, Me. Village, capital of Franklin Co., 29 m. 1-I.W. of Augusta, 

T h w i n g, Charles F. A study of the "Maine Law." Indep 54(1902)2054-66. 
FARRAGTTT, David Glasgow (1801-70). Tenn. Admiral U. 8. Navy. 

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FARRAR family. 

The Farrar family. Va Mag 9(1902)322-4; 10,86-7,206-7. 

F e r r a r, Michael Lloyd, commu. by. The Ferrar papers at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Va Mag 10 

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FAY, Jonas (1737-1818). Vt. surgeon in Am. Revolution, judge. 

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FAY family. 

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FAYETTE COUNTY, Texas. Co. in S.E. part of state. 

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George M. Ferris. N I Hist A 2(1902)11. 
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Cornell university. . . . Exercises in honor of Francis Miles Finch . . . upon the occasion of big seventy-fifth 
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H e n d y, John G. Hugh Finlny: pioneer of Canadian posts. Emp R 4, 174-180. 
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Very Rev. John Finnen. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)57,127, port. 

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FIRE fighting 

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FIRELANDS, Grant in Western Reserve, Ohio. 

L a y 1 i n, C. D. The Flreland's Grant. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)435-50. 
FIRST-BORN in a colony. 

Privilege du premier ne dans une colonie. Keen Hist 8(1902)216. 
FISH, Elisha (1762-1833). N. Y. and R. I. Quaker fanner, housewright, and surgeon. 

Fish, George T. Notes from the diary of Elisha Fish, 17S5-1804. N E Reg 56(1902)121-32. 
FISH, Thomas (d.1664). Plymouth, Mass., settler. 

The disposition of Richard Church. Mayfl Desc 4(1902) 1,'2. 
FISHER, George Pumell (1817-99). Del. Congressman, judge. 

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L y d 1 a Fisher. Ded Reg 13(1902)95-6. 
FISHER family. 

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O w e n, Thomas McAdory. The Fisher family. Gulf Mag 1(1902)134-8. 
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P r o w e, D. W. The Atlantic fishery and protection. Nation 75(1902)111-12. 
FISHERS HILL (Va.). Civil War engagement, Oct. 19, 1864. 

Fisher's Hill and "Sheridan's ride." Confed Vet 10(1 901-2 ) 165-0. 
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Gary, Edward. John Fisko. Bk-Buyer 23(1901-2)15-6. 

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Hart, Albert Busbnell. The historical service of John Flake. Conn Mag 7(1902)611-17. 

John Flske. Low Norf Aat 4(1902)lll-iv. 

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FITCH, Jabez (fl.1760). Plymouth colony settler. 

The diary of Jabe* Fitch, jr. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)48-50.234-9. 
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FLAGET, Benedict Joseph (1783-1860). Cath. Bishop of Bardstown (Ky.). 

F 1 a g e t, Benedict Joseph. (?) Erection of the see of St. Louis, Missouri. Am Cath Res 19(1902)108-9. 
FLAGO, Ernest (fl.1900). N. Y. architect. 

Works of Ernest Flagg. Archlt Rec 11, no. 4(1902)1. 
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M o f f e 1 1, Samuel E. Henry Morrison Flagler. Cosmopol 38(1902)416-9, port. 



74 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

FLAGS. Pieces of cloth with or without device, used as standards or signals. 
The American flag. Mag Am Hist N S 1(1902)30. 
Beauregard, B. T. The Confederate battle flag. Gulf Mag 1(1902)215-6. 
H o p k 1 n 8, C. C. First Am. flag where unfurled [letter]. Spirit of '76, 8(1902)72. 
Poems and songs on our dag [Bibllog]. Notes and Q 20(1902)8-13. 
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FLINT, Charles Eanlett (b.1850), K. Y. capitalist. 

Bridge, James H. Charles Kanlett Flint. Cosmopol 33(1902)539-42, port. 
FLORIDA. The southeasternmost state of U 8., admitted 1845. 

Bridges, J. H. The Florida Agricultural College. Fla M 5(1902)71-84. 

Brown, G[eorge] H. Ponce de Leon land and Florida war record. [For details see same title under sub- 
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D a T 1 s, R. \V. Florida in Congress. Fla M 4(1902)360-62 
D a T I s, R. W. Florida in the days of Secession. Fla M 5(1902)5-8. 
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Florida Magazine. A monthly magazine devoted to general literature. Jacksonville, Fla. v.4, p. 371, 
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Garcfa, Genaro, ed. Dos antiguas relaeiones de la Florida. Mexico, Tip. y lit. de J. Aguilar Vera y comp., 
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Compuesta pod el maestro Barrientos, catredatico de Salamanca. Relacion de los trabados que la geute 
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Green, Edwin L. Cont. by. Florida historical documents. Gulf Mag 1(1902)199-202. 
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Monroe, James [letter] 1821. Host Bull 7(1902)142-4. 

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R o b e r t s o n, F. L. Locating the Florida Capital, in 1823. Fla M 5(1902)29-31. ' 
FLOWERDEW Hundred, Charles County, Va. Estate granted Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens, 1636. 

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FLYNN, Mary (1840-1901). Superioress of the Sister* of Charity in the V. S. 

Mother Mariana. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)58,132- port. 
FOND DU LAC, Wis. City of Fond du Lao Co. 63 m. N.N.W. of Milwaukee. 

J e n n i s o n, E. M. Fond du Lac, Wis. Nat'l M (Bost) 16(1902)621. 
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Among the world's workers. World's Work 3(1901-2)1672-84, ill., port. . 

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Emory, Frederic. Our new horizon. World's Work 3(1901-2)1614-23. map. 

Ford, Walter F. American investments in England. Coutvmp 81(1902)401-8. 

Ford, Walter F. The limits of American invasion. Contemp 81(1902)780-7. 

Foreign trade delusions. Gunton's M 22(1902)419-27. 

Foster, Volney W. Commercial expansion and growth of credits with souio notes oil the Republic of Mex- 
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F u r n e s s, C. Commerce English vs. American. Pall Mall M 26(1902)302. 

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Vidal de La Blaohe, F[aul]. ...La rivie'rc Vincent Piuzon; 6tude sur la cartographic de la Guyane. 

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The friendly Sons of St. Patrick, of Philadelphia. Am Cath Res 19(1902)97-101. 
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Mr. John Fritz, Ironmaster. World's Work 5(1902-3)2818, port. only. 
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Myrand, Ernest. Frontenac et ses Amis. Quebec, Dussault & Proulx, 1902. pp. 200. [Rev.ln:Hlst Pull 
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Cataraqul. Rech Hist 8(1902)245. 
FRONTIER life. Life of pioneers. 

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ratlv Is free, unforced, and sufficiently succinct and well digested"; Nation 75(1^^-^504-5 "a book upon 
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M., W. S. Colonial furnitura. Bk-Buyer 23(1901-2)553-9, 111. 

N o r t o n, C. A. Qnlncy. The lights and lamps of early New England. Conn Mag 7(1902)501-13, 111. 

S p a 1 d 1 n g, A. T. The old blue plates. New Eng M 26(1902)54-62, 111. 

FYFE family. 

Fyfe, John W. James Fyfe of Berlin, Mass., and his descendants. N E Rog 56(1902)167-72. 
GABOURY, Marie Anne (fl.1807). Settler in Manitoba. 

D u g a s t, Abbe. The first Canadian woman in the Northwest. Hist Soc Manit Trans No. 62(1902)32. 
GAINE, Hugh (1726-1807). N. Y. orinter, journalist. 

Ford, P. L., ed. Journals of Hugh Gaine, printer. N. Y., Dodd, 1902. 2v. 80., ill ["The first volume 
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GALLITZIN (Father). Catholic priest. 

Father Gallitzin an abstainer. Am Catb Res 19(1902)71. 
GALLOWAY, Joseph (1731-1803). Pa. loyalist, lawyer, writer. 

Baldwin, Ernest H[iokok]. Joseph Galloway, the loyalist politician... Philadelphia, 1902. 1 p. 1., 113 p. 
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GAL VAN (Major) (d.1782). French officer in Am. Revolution. 

Suicide of Major Galvan. Penn Mag 26(1902)407-8. 
GALVESTON, Tex. City and port of Galveston Co. about 550 m. W. by S. of New Orleans. 

Halstead, Murat. Galveston. Chicago, Dominion, 1902. 12o. 
GAMBIER, 0. Village of Knox Oo. 5 m. E. of Mt. Vernon. 
Gorman, Edward A. Monumental inscriptions from Rosso Chapel cemetery, Gambler, O. Old Northw 

Q 4(1901)134-6; 5(1902)13-5. 

GAMBON, Thomas F. (1837-1901). Ky. Catholic chancellor and vicar general. 
R t. R e v. Monsignor Thos. F. Gambon. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)56.124, port. 
GARDENS. Enclosed cultivated spaces. 
Lowell, Guy. American gardens. Boston, Bates & Guild Co., 1902. 112 plate. [Rev.in:Nation 74(1902) 

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GARDINER family. 

Haines, George. Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Prickltt, Eves, Evans, Moore, 

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details see same title under subject, Haines family.] 
GARFIELD, James Abram (1831-81). Twentieth President of the United States. 

Fallows, Samuel. . . .Life of William McKlnley, our martyred president, with short biographies of Lin- 
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GARFIELD, James R. (b.1865). Ohio lawyer, V. S. Civil Service commissioner. 
The new Civil Service commissioner. Outl 71(1902)27, port. 



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GARNETT, Robert Selden (1819-61). Va. Confederate General. 

M a x w e 1 1, H. Retreat of General Robert S. Garnett. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2)225-33. 
GARRETT, William Robertson (fl.1901). Tenn. Confederate General, educator and writer. 

William and Mary College in 1858. Wiii M Q 10(1902)251-7. 
GATES, John Warne (b.1855). Chicago capitalist. 

L e f e v r e, Edwin. John Warne Gates. Cosmopol 33(1902)535-8, port. 
GAZELLE, Pierre (fl. 1793-6). French abbe, resident in Canada. 

C h e r T r o t, G. Du. L'abbe Pierre Gazelle. Rech Hist 8(1902)185-6. 
GEAR, John Henry (1825-1900). Iowa Governor, U. S. senator. 
D e y, Peter A. John Henry Gear (including Senator Allison's memorial address). Iowa Hist Bee 18(1902) 

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GEAUGA Co., 0. A county in the N.E. part of Ohio. 

A record of the Revolutionary soldiers buried in Lake county, Ohio, with a partial list of those in Geauga 

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GENEALOGY. Family history. 

Extracts from the register of [various parishes] in the County of Wilts, etc. Penn Mag 26(1902)412. 
Genealogical guide to the early settlers of America. 225-81 inserted in Spirit of '76 8(1902). 
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GENERAL federation of women's clubs. 

Ba ry, Harriet H. The sixth biennial. Out West 16(1902)557-05, 111., port. 
GENEVA, N. Y. Town of Ontario Co. 16 m. E. of Canandaiftua. 

Geneva, N. Y. Chamber of commerce. Geneva on Sececa Lake, prepared by Prank H. Taylor... Geneva, 

Chamber of commerce, 1902. 108 p. incl. 111., port., map. plan. 17 x 27cm. [L.C. 3-90H)J 
GEOGRAPHY. Description of the earth's surface and its inhabitants. 

Amerika. Xlteste Karte m. d. Namen. Amertka. Hist. -Pol. Bl. f. d. Kath.( 1902) 697-710. 
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physical, political, and statistical maps, compiled from British and foreign surveys and the latest re- 
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McMurry, Charles [Alexander]. A teacher's manual of geography to accompany Tarr and McMurry's seriei 

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Place names of the D. S. Nat Geog M 13(1902)403. 
Roddy, H[enry] Justin. Complete geography... New York, Cincinnati [etc.] American book company 

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Roddy, H. Justin. Elementary geography... New York, Cincinnati [etc] American book company [1902] 

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Soulsby, Basil H[anington]. The first map containing the name America... [London and Beccles, W. 

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82 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

GEORGE, Henry, Jr. (b.1862). N. Y. journalist. 

George, H. jr. Lage In d. Vereln Staat v. N.-A. Dtsche. Volkstlmme (.1902)28-31. 
GEORGE, J. Z. (1826-97). Miss, politician, V. S. senator, Confederate General. 

Johnston, Frank. The conference of October 15th, 1875, between General George and Governor Ames. 

Miss Hist P 6(1902)65-77. 
GEORGIA. One of the Gulf States of the TT. 8. 

Butts, Sarah Harriet. The mothers of some distinguished Georgians of the last half of the century... 
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Daughters of the American revolution. Georgia. Joseph Habersham chapter. Atlanta. Historical collec- 
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mass of material. L.C. 2-7321] 

Joseph Gault's fifth edition of his Reports, entitled A coat of many colors. Amertcus, Ga., Amerlcus law 
book co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 56 p. 23%cm. [L.C. 3-29125] 

Georgia's new Confederate Home. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)490-1, ill., port. 

Hillyer, S[haler] G[ranby]. Reminiscences of Georgia Baptists. . .together with a story of the author'* 
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Hiihner, Leon. The Jews of Georgia in colonial times... From the Publications of the American Jewish 
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Mitchell, Fes. L. Georgia land and people. Atlanta, Ga., F.L.Mitchell, 1902. 12o. 

Phillips, THrich Bonnell. ...Georgia and state rights. A study of the political history of Georgia from 
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Phillips, Dlrlch Bonnell. Georgia and state rights. Am Hist A Rep '01.2(1902)3-220, maps. 

R a m a g e, B. J. Georgia and the Cherokees. Am Hist Hag 7(1902)199-208. 

S e m m e s, R. Georgians in the Naval service of the Confederacy. Gulf Mag 1(1902)139-40. 
GEORGIA University. State University at Athens, Ga.. fd. 1785. 

The Centennial of the University of Georgia. South Work 30(1901)426-7. 

Ellis, Leonora Beck. Georgia's educational center. R of Rs 25(1902)571-4, ill., port. 
GERMAINE, M. 1851-1901). Catholic nun and teacher. 

Mother M. Germalne. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)59,133, port. 
GERMAN-AMERICAN relations. Public and social relations between Germany and the U. 8. 

Beck, Carl. Der Commers alter deutscher Studenten in Amertka ZH Ehron des Prlnzen Heinrich in New 
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Beckmann. Die evang. Gesellschaft fur d. prot. Deutschen In Amerika. Deutsch-Bvangeliseg. (1902) 
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Dtschld. u.d. Vereinigt. Stnat. Bayer. Handelszelt. (1902)Nr.34. 

Falbisaner, Adolf. Das deutsche Lied in der deutsch-am. Dlchtung. Deutsch-Am G 2.2(1902)33-9. 

F 1 c k, H. H. German controbutions to American progress. Educa 22(1902)363(F). 

F 1 s k, George M. German-American diplomatic and commercial relations, historically considered. R of 
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F r a n c k e, Kuno. Deutsche cultur In den Verelnlghten Staaten und das germanlsche museum der Har- 
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Halle, E. v. Dtschld. u. d. Off. Melng. i. d. Verein Staat v. N.-A. Preuss. Jahrb. (1902)107.8.189-212. 

Rosengarten, J. G. German influence in America. Lipplne 69(1902)501 (Ap). 

H 8 t z s c h. Dtschld. u. d. nordamerik. Irnperlallsmus. Akad Blatter (1902)16.J.377-83. 

J a f f 6, B. Dtschld. u. ameriknn. Konkurrenz [nuch A. Weber]. Dtsche. Runds. (1902)108.8.146-52. 

Schiemann, Th. Deutschland und die Grosse polltik anno 1901. Berlin, Reimer, 1902. [Rev.in:Am Hist 
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Steinberg, America's first embassadorlal building In Berlin. Overland n s 40(1902)139. 

V i e r e c k, L. Die veretalgung alter deutscher studenten In Amerika. Am Germ 4(1902)155-206. 

von Ruville, Von Albert. Die Deutsche Elnigungswerk 1m Lichte des Amerikanischen. Halle, Max Nie- 
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GERMAN-AMERICANS. Americans of German birth or (loosely) ancestry. 

Bittinger, Lucy Forney. The Pennsylvania Germans. New Bng M 26(1002)366-84,498-512,617-24. 
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K u nst- n, G. C. Das Frankfurter Attontat. (Cause of emigration to A.). Deutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)1-15. 
D e i I e r, H. Zahlenmftssiger Rtickgang d. DentschlHnder. Dtsche. Erde (1902)170. 
Deutsch-Amerikanische Geschichtsblatter, vierteljahrssohrift herausarepeben von der Deutsch-Amerikan. 

histor. Gesellschaft Ton Illinois, Chicago, v. 3. 1902. p. 272. 

D e u t s c h und schwelzer Rlchter in Illimois 1m ISten Jahrhundert. Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)62. 
D 1 b e 1 i u s, W. Lage d. Dtschtums in d. Verein Staat T. N.-A. Polytech. Centralbl (1902)Mai 239-49. 
Die Deutschen in Ponnsylvanien. Deutscho Rundschau 112(1902)462-8. 
Dtsche. i. Kriegsdienst d. Verein. Staat. Mil. Wochenbl. (1902)Nr.61. 
D t 8 c h e. i. Kriegsdienst d. Verein Staat. Mll-Ztg(1902)Nr.27. 

G o t w a 1 d, Frederich Gebharf. The Teutonic factor in American history- Luth Ch Rer 21 (1902) 299-423. 
Hatfield, James Taf t. Deutsche Im spanlsch-amcrikanischen Kriege. Ein Beltrag cur neuesten Ges- 

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Hense-Jensen, W. Influence of the Germans in Wisconsin. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)144-7. 
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Jahresberichte. Die Deutsch-Amerlk Hlstorische GeKellschaft an die Mitglleder. Deutsch-Ara G 

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Mannbardt, E. Deutsch Thellnehmer am Mezlkanischen Kriege Ton La Salle county. Deutsch-Am G 

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Mannhardt, E. Deutsches Blut in Mt. Morris township, Ogle county, 111. Deutsch-Am 2.3(1902)45-7. 
N e u e Z&hlg. d. Deutschen Nordamerikas. Echo (1902)Nr.50. 
Pennsylvania German, The. Lebanon, Pa. Quarterly, T.3. 1902. 
Roberstein, Paul. Gescblchte der Deutschen in Buffalo and Erie county, N. Y . [For details see same title 

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Rosengarten, J[oseph] G[eorge] 1836 ...German Influence In America... [Philadelphia?] 1902. 4 p. 
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Wannhardt, Emil. Die altesten dentschen Ansiedler TOD Illinois. II. Deutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)49-54. 
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GERMANNA. Va. A German settlement (1714), Orange Co.. now extinct. 
Mannhardt, Emil. Der uraprnng Germanna's, der ersten dentschen Niederlassung in Virginien. 

Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)28-32. 

GERMANTOWN. Fa. A former independent town, now annexed to Philadelphia. 
Jenkins, Charles F[ranoi]. The guide book to historic Germantown, prepared for the Site & relic society. 

Germantown, 1902. 170 p. incl. front., pi. fold. map. 16cm. [''A partial bibliography of German- 
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L i n c o 1 n, C. H. Washington's plan for the attack at Germantown. Penn Mag 26(1902)387-8. 
GERRY, El bridge (1744-1814). Mass, signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

.1 e n k s, H. F. comma, by. [Letter of] Jared Sparks. Mans Hist Soc Proc II 15(1901-2)89-92. 
GETTYSBURG (Pa.). Civil War battle, July 1-8, 1863. 
A s h c, S. A. The charge at Gettysburg. N C Bookl 1.11(1902)3-28. 
V. S. Gettysburg national military park commission. . . . Annual reports to the secretary of war. 1893- 

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GIBATTLT, Pierre (fl.1779). French Canadian priest of Kaskuskia. 

Peyton, Pauline Lancaster. Pierre Gibault, priest nnd patriot, or the Northwest in the eighteenth cen- 
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GIBBON, John (1827-96). Union General in Civil War, writer. 

Gibbon, John. Personal recollections of Appomattos. Cent 63(1901-2)936-43. 
GIBBS. Mifflin Wlstar (b.1823). Pa. jurist, U. 8. Consul to Madagascar. 
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GIBSON, William Hamilton (18(0-96). Conn, artist, writer. 

Adams, John Coleman, D. D. Gibson, the artist -naturalist of Connecticut. Conn Mag 7(1902)340-55. 



84 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

GIFFARD, Ignace Marie Francis de Saint. First Canadian nun. 

La premifire religieuse canadienne: Marie -Francois Giffard de Saint-Ignace. Messenger canadien du 

Sacrfi-Coeur de Jesus. Feb. 1902. 
GIFFARD, Robert (fl.1658). Founder of Beauport, Canada. 

Robert Giffard, etait-il noble? Rech Hist 8(1902)314-5. 
GILBERT family. 

Brainard, Homer W. One of the Gilbert family of New England; ancestry of Sarah Rebecca (Gilbert) 
Bloss, (wife of John B. Bloss, of Washington, D. C.), eighth In descent from Jonathan Gilbert, of Hart- 
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GILDER8LEVE, Basil Lanneau (1.1831). Johns Hopkins Univ. professor, writer. 

Gildersleeves, B. L. Studies in honor of Basil L. Gilderslevt>. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, 1902. So. 
GILL school city. School with self-gov't on the model of city gov't. 

White, James T. The Gill school city. Gunton's M 22(1902)535-43. 
GILLET, Louis Florent (1813-92). Catholic priest. 

Rev. Louis Florent Gillet, C. SS. R. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)383, port. 
GILMAN, Daniel Coit (b.1813). President Johns Hopkins Univ. and Carnegie Institution, writer. 

Oilman, Daniol C. Pleasant incidents of an academic life. Scrlb M 31(1902)614-24. 

(I i J in a ii, Daniel C. Some noteworthy scholars. Scrib M .31(1902)460-71. 
GILMORE, Mich. Township of Benzie Co. on Lake Michigan. 

Perry, John S. Early history of Gilmore and South Frankfort. Mich Hist Coll '01.31(1902)125-30. 
GILPIN, Edward Woodward (1803-76). Del. Chief Justice. 

Lore, Charles B[rown], ...The life and character of Edward W. Gilpin... Read before the Historical 
society of Delaware, Jan. 20, 1902. Wilmington, The Historical society of Delaware, 1902. 17 p. front., 
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GIROD, Amury (fl.1837). Canadian author and General. 

H u g u e t - L a t o u r, L.-A. Bellefeuille, L.-E. de. Amury Girod. Rech Hist 8(1902)139-46. 
GIROUARD family. 

G 1 rou a rd, Desire. La famille Girouard en France. Rech Hist 8(1902)289-91(93). 

M. d e s Goals. Notes de. Rech Hist 8(1902)294-300. 
GLEASON family. 

Cole, Prank T. Gleason [family]. Old Northw Q 4(1901)7-8; 5(1902)82-4,130-2. 
GLOUCESTER, Mass. City and port, Essex Co., 28 m. N.N.E. of Boston. 

Pickford, Mrs. Anna M. Marriages from the almanac diary, 1761-1764. of Rev. Samuel Chandler of 

Gloucester, Mass. N E Reg 56(1902)318-9. 
GOAT ISLAND, R. I. Island in Newport harbor. 

Herreshoff, Grace. The U. S. Naval torpedo station. New Eng M 26(1902)167-81, 111. 
GODKIN, Edwin Lawrence (1831-1902). N. Y. editor, writer. 

Bishop, Joseph B. Personal recollections of Er L. Godkiii. Cent 64(1902)694-700. 

Edwin Lawrence Godkin. Nation 74(1902)403-4. 
GOLD. Precious metal used as standard of value. 

Harvey, Charles M. Another revolutionary Increase of gold. World's Work 5(1902-3)2737-41. 

Production de 1'or anx fttats-Onls et au Klondyke en 1901. ficon Franc 11 Jan (19021. 

Rice, George M. Gold: its distribution, identification, and metallurgy. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)389-402. 
GOOCHLAND County, Va. County in center of state. 

Goochland county militia officers, 1771 and 1781 (note). Va Mag 9(1902)424-5. 
GOODYEAR, Henry A. (1818-1901). Mich, pioneer, State senator. 

Henry A. Goodyear (obituary). Mich Mist Coll '01.31(1902)14-5. 
GORDON, James (d.1768). Va. merchant and officer. 

Journal of Col. James Gordon, of Lancaster County, Va. Wm M Q 11(1902)98-112. 
GORGETS (Indian). 

B r o w n, C. E. Pierced tablets or gorgets in the W. H. Ellsworth collection at Milwaukee. Wis Arch 1 

(1901-2)37-41, plate. 
GORHAM, Charles T. (1812-1901). Mich, banker, Major General, diplomat. 

Charles T. Gorham (obituary). Mich Hist Coll '01.31(1902)27-31. 
GORHAM family. 

Bowman, George Ernest. Captain John Gorham's estate. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)153-8, facs. 

Bowman, George Ernest. Desire (Howland) Gorham's estate. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)217-20. 



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Gorham, Henry S. Gorhams of Hardwiek, Muss. Boston, Press of David Clapp & Son, 1902. 8vo. pp. 8. 
facs. LRpr. N. E. Reg. ] [51.Men.in:N Y Geneal Rec 33(1902)126 "carefully prepared ... admirably 
arranged."] 

G o r h a m, Henry S. Gorbams of Hardwiek, Mass. N E Reg 56(1902)75-50, facs. 
GOSMEB, John (d.1660). L. I. pioneer, town magistrate. 

Woodruff, Francis E. Mr. John Gosmer. N J Hist S 3(1902)36-42. 
GOTT, Benjamin (1706-1751). MASS, physician. 

Davis, Horace. Dr. Benjamin Gott's library. N E Reg 56(1902)340-4. 
GRAFLY, Charles (b.1862). Philadelphia sculptor. 

D a 1 1 1 n, Vittoria C. Charles Grafly's work. New Eng M 25(1901-2)228-35, ill., port. 
GRAND Army of the Republic. Association of Union veterans of the Civil War. 

Grand army of the republic. Dept. of Wisconsin. George A. Ouster post, no. 140. Roster of Custer post, 
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Journals of the Encampment Proceedings of the Department of Massachusetts G. A. R., from 1881 to 
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. City of Kent Co. 60 m. W.N.W. of Lansing. 

T holts, A. T. Grand Rapids, the furniture city. Nat'l M (Bost) 16(1902)479-86, ill. 
GRANDMAISON (fl. 1759-74). Canadian, active in Acadian affairs. 

L. e s 1 e u r Grandmaison. Koch Hist 8(1902)347-60. 
GRANT, Ulysses S. (1822-85). Eighteenth President of U. S. 

B e a t t y, J. Ulysses S. Grant. A characterization sketch. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)232-45. 
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GRAVES (Grave) family. 

S m y t h, R. D. George Grave, or Graves, and his descendants. N E Rog 56(1902)260-4. 
T a 1 c o t t, Mary K. Graves (note). N E Reg 56(1902)409. 
GREAT LAKES, The. Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. 

Baker, Ray Stannard. The commerce of the Great Lakes. Outl 71(1902)28-40. ill. 

W a 1 k e r, A. Early days on the Lakes, with an account of the cholera visitation of 1832. Pub Buffalo 

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GREAT Salt Lake, Utah. Lake in the N.E. part of the Great Basin. 
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Morris, Harrison S. Elizabeth Shippen Green. Bk-Buyer 24(1902)111-5, ill., port. 
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Tut tie, William Parkhurst. "Parsons Green," of Hanover. Spirit of '76 (1902)94. 
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Will Green of Colusa. Out West 17(1902)116-7, port. 
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GREENLAND. An extensive region or island on the N.E. of North America, belonging to Denmark. 
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C 1 a r k, A. C. James Greenleaf. Rec Columbia Hist Soc 5(1902)212-37. 
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Smith, Edgar Crosby, Hoses Greenleaf, Maine's first map-maker, a biography: with letters, unpublished 
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GREENOUGH, Horatio (1806-50). Mass, sculptor. 

Horatio Greenough (letter). Collect 15(1902)33. 
GREENWICH, Conn. Village and township of Fairfleld Co. 27 m. W.S.W. of Bridgeport. 

Indian Harbor estate, Greenwich, Conn. Ctry Life Am 2(1902)148. 
GRIDER, Rufus Alexander (1817-1900). K. T. artist, archaeologist, writer. 

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[ P r i c e, S. W.] John Grimes. Fllson Club Pub 17(1902)85-92. 
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K c r r, R. F. The voyage of Groseilllers and Radlson, 1652 to 1684. S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902)163-78. 
GROTON, Conn. Township of New London Co. on Long Is. Sound. 

Thresher, Callsta Potter. Homes and haunts of the Pequots. New Rng Mag 25(1901-2)742-54. 
GROUT family. 

Grout family. Wor Soc Ant 18(1902)12-27. 

GUAM. The largest of Ladrone Islands, in Pacific, ceded to V. S. 1899. 
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GUERILLA warfare. Irregular fighting which avoids pitched battles. 

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GUERRANT family. 

John Guerrant, Jr.'s qualifications as ensign in militia, 1781 (note). Win M Q 10(1902)279. 
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GUESS, George (1771-1840). Cherokee Indian, inventor of the Cherokee alphabet, educator. 

Logan, Margaret A. The American Cadmus [Sequoya]. Out West 16(1902)173-6,390, port. 
GUILD, Amasa (fl.1862). Mass, officer in Civil War. 

Guild, Amasa. War diary kept by Amasa Guild, in 1861, together with an account 'of its loss and re- 
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GULF states. States bordering on the Gulf of Mexico. 

Postmasters of the principal towns in the Gulf states. Gulf Mag 1(1902)38-40. 
GUMBELL, Joseph M. (1800-86). 111. and Iowa German Am. clergyman. 

Bornmann, Helnrlch. Joseph M. Gumbell. Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)33-5. 



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GUNBY, John (1745-1807). Officer in Am. Revolution. 

Guuby, A[ndrew] A[ugustus], Colonel John Gunby of the Maryland line; being some account ot his contri- 
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GUNN, Alexander (1837-1901). 

Gunn, Alexander. ...Letters. New York [The De Vinne press] 1902. 4 p. 1., 194 p., 1 1. 23V4cm. 
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Love, N. B. C. Rev.L.B.Gurley.D.D., pioneer, poet and preacher. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)21-37. 
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HABEAS corpus. Order of court to produce a prisoner. 

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HABITANTS, La Compagnio des. 

i; o s s e 1 1 n, L' Abbe A. H. La Coinpagnle des Habitants. Rech Hist 8(1902)279-80. 
HADDAM, Conn. Village of Middlesex Co. 26 m. S. by E. of Hartford. 

Haddam, Conn. First Congregational church. The two hundredth anniversary, October 14th and 17th, 
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H a d 1 e y, Mary Hamilton. An old time pilgrimage in pursuit of science. New Eug M 25(1901-2)760-9. 
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M o f f e t t, S. E. James Ben All HagKln. Cosmopol 33(1902)163-7, port. 

HAGUE Court of Arbitration. International tribunal outgrowth of the Intenat. peace Conference. 
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HAITI. West Indies IsL betw. Cuba and Forto Rico, containing republics of Haiti and San Domingo. 
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Hale, William Bayard. The disorder in Haiti. Indep 54(1902)1180-3. port. 

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the accuracy of its historical details. . .too often. . .violent prejudices. . .little continuity. . .peculiar charm 
...from the delightful personality of the author"; Nation 76(1903)74-5 "should not be taken too seri- 
ously... no definite information. . .are. . .slap-dash reminiscences of an octogenarian of imperfect mem- 
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HALE family. 

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HALIFAX, Mass. Hamlet of Plymouth Co. in Halifax township 9 m. N.W. of Plymouth. 

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H a 1 1, A. Militia service of 1813-1814. As shown by the correspondence and general orders of Major 

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HALL, Henry Edward (h.1831). Mass. Unitarian clergyman and writer. 

Edward Henry Hall, D. D. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)335-6. 
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HALL, Lyman (1724-90). Conn, signer of Declaration of Independence. 

Ly m a n Hall (note). S C Hist Mag 3(1902)114. 
HALL family. 

Coe, Mrs. S[ophia] F[idelia] (Hall). Memoranda relating to the ancestry and family of Sophia Fidelia 
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Shepard, James. John Hall of Wallingford, Conn. A monograph. New Britain, Conn., Record press, 1902. 
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HALL of Fame. Hall of University of K. Y. commemorating famous Americans. 

Banks, Louis Albert. ...The story of the Hall of fame, including the lives and portraits of the elect and 
of those who barely missed election. Also a list of America's most eligible women. New York, The 
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Smith, Helen Ainslie. One hundred famous Americans, revised to date, with article on "Hall of fame" by 
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HALSEY, Edmund Drake (1840-96). N. J. lawyer, officer in Civil War. 

Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen. Edmund Drake Halsey. N J Hist 3(1902)62-85, port. 
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[Hamblin, Deborah]. Brevet Major-General Joseph Eldridge Hamblln, 1861-65. Boston, Privately printed, 
1902. 2 p. 1., 60 p. front., ill., (Incl. map) pi., port. 22%cm. ["Prepared. . .with the valuable aid of 
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HAMILTON, Alexander (1757-1804). K. Y. statesman, officer in Am. Rev., first Sec. of Treasury. 

Atherton, Gertrude. The bunt for Hamilton's mother. No Am 175(1902)229-42. 

Atherton, Gertrude Franklin. The conqueror; being the true and romantic stc.ry of Alexander Hamilton... 
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Jenkinson, Isaac. Aaron Burr, bis personal uud political relations with Thomas Jefferson nud Alexander 

Hamilton... [For details see same title under subject, Burr, Aaaron.] 
HAMMOND, George Albert (1313-1902). Maine. 

In Memory of George Albert Hammond, Eliot, Maine. Born June 3, 1818. Died January 5, 1902. Printed 

at Eliot. 8vo. pp. 20. port. 
HAMMOND, J. H. (1807-61). S. C. journalist, Governor, IT. S. senator, writer. 

J. H. H a m m o n d "Mud-Sill" (letter, 1836). Collect 15(1902)74-6. 
HAMMOND families. 

Hammond, Frederick Stam. History and genealogies of the Hammond families in America, with an ac- 
count of the early history of the family in Normandy and Great Britain. 1000-1902. V. I. Oneida, 
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HAMPDEN County, MEM. County in S.W. part of state. 

Copeland. Alfred Minot. "Our county and its people;" a history of tlumpden county, Massachusetts... 

[Boston] The C'cntury memorial publishing company, 1902. 3 v. ill. 26cm. [L.C. 2-25938] 
HAMPTON, Wade (1818-1902). 8. C. statesman, U. 8. senator, Confederate General. 

D u B o s e, William Porcher. Wade Hampton. Sewanee 10(1902)364-8. 

R a m a g e, B. J. Wade Hampton. Sewanee 10(1902)368-73. 
HAMPTON Normal and Agricultural Institute. School for Negroes and Indians at Hampton, Va., est. 1868. 

Cooley, Jr., Leroy C. The all-around training of the Hampton cadet. South Work 30(1901)493-500, ill. 

F r i B s e 1 1, H. B. Thirty-third annual report of the principal of Hampton Institute. South Work 30 
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L u d 1 o w, Helen W. The girls' half of Hampton Institute. South Work 30(1901)763-70, ill. 
HAMPTON, Va. Capital of Elizabeth City Co. 16 m. N.N.W. of Norfolk. 

Hampton town: first feoffees (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)282. 
HANCOCK, John (1737-98). First Gov. of Mass., signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Harrison and Ansley, of London, to John Haucock [1770]. Bost Bull 7(1902)391-2. 

Hay ley and Hopkins, of London, to John Hancock [1770]. Bost Bull 7(1902)387-91. 
HAND, Clifford Augustus (1830-1901). N. Y. lawyer. 

Clifford Augustus Hand (obituary). N Y Rec 33(1902)53-4. 
HANFORD, Cal. Village of Tulare Co., Gal. 

O o o d r 1 c h, F. M. Kings county and Hanford. Out West 17(1902)637-44, til. 
HAWKINS, William Stewart (1837-1866). Confederate officer and poet. 

Beaumont, Henry Francis. From behind prison tnrs. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)413-5, port. 
HANNA, Hugh H. (b.1848). Indiana manufactuier, philanthropist and financial expert. 

M r. H u g h H. Hanna. World's Work 3(1901-2)1967-70, port. 
HANNA, Marcus Alonzo (b.1837). Ohio capitalist and politician, V. S. senator. 

R a 1 p h, Julian. Marcus Alonzo Hanna. Cosmopol 33(1902)153-7, port. 

Senator Marcus A. Hanna. World's Work 3(1901-2)1689, port. only. 
HANSCOM, A. J. Neb. journalist. 

F u r n a s, R. W. A. J. Hanscom. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)59. 
HANSON'S Mill. A fortified place near Fort Mims at time of Indian massacre. 

H a 1 b e r t, Henry S. Ensign Isaac W. Davis and Hanson's Mill. Gulf Mag 1(1902)151. 
HARDING, William B. (1840-1900). Worcester lawyer, officer in Civil War. 

William B. Harding (obituary). Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)299. 
HARDINGE, Henry (b.1786). British officer served in Canada. 

S 1 r Henry Hardlnge. Rech Hist 8(1902)370-2. 
HARDY, Anthony Colby (1828-1902). N. H. Methodist clergyman. 

Rev. Anthony C. Hardy. Granite M 33(1902)257-58. 
HARDY family. 

W a r d, C. Some old letters. Acad 2(1902)170-83. 
HARDYMAN family. 

Hardyman family. Wm M Q 11(1902)47-9. 
HARLAKENDEN family. 

The royal descent of Mabel Harlakenden. N E Reg 56(1902)40-1. 

T a 1 c o t t, Mary K. Harlakenden (note). N E Reg 56(1902)319-20. 
HARLAN, Andrew J. (b.1815). Western Iwyer and politician. 

H a r 1 a n, Andrew J. Last survivor of a great Congress (1831). Nat'l M (Bost) 16(1901-2)625-31, port. 



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HARLEM (N.Y.). Revolutionary battle, Sept. 16, 177S. 

H a y d e n, Joslah (letter). The battle of Harlem. Collect 15(1902)129-30. 
HARLESTON family. 

Jervey, Theodore D. The Harlestons. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)150-73 [coat-of-arms] ; 243-4. 
HARMON, Johnson (fl.1724). Mass, colonial officer, Indian fighter. 

Father Ralle's scalp. Am Cath Res 10(1902)12-13. 
HARPS WELL, Me. Township of Cumberland Co. 14 m. E. of Portland. 

Putnam, Eben. Genealogical records of the town of Harpswell, Cumberland Co., Me. Gen Q M 3(1902) 

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HARRISBUR0, Fa. City, capital of Pennsylvania, IOC m. W. by N. of Philadelphia. 

McFarlaud, J. Horace. The awakening of a city. World's Work 3(1901-2)1930-2. 
HARRISON, Benjamin (1726-91). Va. Governor, signer Declaration of Independence. 

Hoss, Mary. The will of Benjamin Harrison, the Signer (note). Va Mag 10(1902)103-4. 
HARRISON, Benjamin (1833-1901). Ind. lawyer, 23d President U. 8. 

T h o r n t o n, W. W. Benj. Harrison, as lawyer and orator, with portrait. Green Bag 14(1902)49(F). 

White, William Allen. Harrison [Benj.]. Cosmopol 32(1901-2)489-96, port. 
HARRISON, William Henry (1773-1841). 9th President U. S. 

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[ P r i c e, S. W.] Joel T. Hart. Filson Club Pub 17(1902)145-81. 
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John Hart, of Marblehead, shipwright. Gen Q M 3(1902)57-70. 
HARTE, F. Bret (1836-1902). American writer. 

B o y d, Mary Stuart. Some letters of Bret Harte. Harper 105(1902)773-6. 

Bret Harte. Acad 62(1902)484. 

Bret Harte. Dial 32(1902)337-8. 

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A brief sketch and a bibliography of Bret Harte. The Book-lover, 3(1902)no.3. 

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Chesterton, G. K. Bret Harte. Pall Mall M 27(1902)428(J1). 

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M u r d o c k, C. A. Bret Harte in Humboldt. Overland n a 40(1902)301(8). 

North, Ernest Dressel. Check list of first editions of Bret Harte's books. Bk-Buyer 25(1902-3)257. 

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S t r a c h e y, Lionel. Bret Harte. Critic 40(1902)557-8. 

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Watts-Dunton, T. Bret Harte. Ath '02,l(1902)659(My24). 
HARTFORD, Conn. City, capital of Connecticut, 112 m. N.E. from New York. 

McNamar, J. B. Official souvenir and program of Monument First Connecticut heavy artillery and dedi- 
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HARTFORD, Vt. Village in Hartford township, Windsor Co., 60 m. S. of Montpelier. 

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G a r d 1 n e r, J. H. The Harvard Cooperative Society. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)36-9. 

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Higginson, Henry Lee. Four addresses, by Henry Lee Higgluson. The soldiers' field: The Harvard union 
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Virginia in 1637. Harvey's second administration. Va Mag 9(1902)267-72,407-10. 
HARVEY, Moses (1820-1901). Newfoundland minister, scientist, writer. 

Pilot, William. Rev. Moses Harvey, LL.D., F.R.S., F.R.G.S. N K Reg 56 Suppl (1902)lxvi-lxvli. 
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Roller, Robt. Douglas. Genealogy of Mrs. Virginia Harvie Patrick. W Va Mag 2.4(1902)43-57. 
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Bowman, George Ernest. Harwich, Mass., vital records. Mayfl Desc 3(1601)174-6; 4.175-9,207-10. 
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H a r w o o d of King and Queen. Wm M Q 10(1902)198-200. 
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Hathorne-Helwise (note). N E Reg 56(1902)409. 

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HAVANA. Capital city of Cuba, on northwest coast. 

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Miller, Robert B. Hawxhurst family. N Y Rec 32(1901)172-6,221-4; S3 (1902) 24-7. 
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John Hay, LL.D. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)339-41. 
HAY-PAimCEFOTE treaty, of Nov. 18,1901. Anglo-Am, treaty respecting Panama Canal. 

The Hay-Pauncefote treaty (Interoceanic canal). Pall Mall M 26 (1902) 337 (Mr). 
HATES, N. C. Estate on Roanoke R. owned by Gov. Sam. Johnston. 

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Nicholas Hay ward to Nathaniel Pope (letter). Va Mag 9(1902)332-3. 
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Chenoweth, Mrs. C. Van D. An undistinguished citizen. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)14-31. 
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HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. Town on Long Island 20 m. E. of Brooklyn. 
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B v a n s, Robley D. Prince Henry's American impressions. McClure 19(1902)27-37. 
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HERAXDRY. Matters relating to the bearing of coats of arms. 

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Francis J. Herron. Annals of lowo 5(1902)395-0. 
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B u 1 1 a r d, George Barrett. Alfred Henry Horsey. N". E Reg 56 Suppl(1002)lxx-lxxl. 
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HEYDENFELDT, Solomon (1816-90). Ala. and Cal. lawyer. 

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HIAWATHA (late 16th cent.) Indian. Founder of Confederacy of the Five Nations. 

H e n n i n g, Charles L. Hiawatha and the Onoudagn Indians. Open Court 16(1902)459-66,550-8, port. 
HICKMAN family. 

H 1 c k m a n (note). Wm M Q 10(1902*204 5. 
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HIGGINSON, Thomas Wentworth (b.1823). Mass, clergyman, writer. 

J a c k s o n, Abraham Willard. Col. Thomas Wf-ntworth Hlgglnson. New Eng M 25(1901-2)447-63, port. 
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B e d a r d, T. P. La "haute juatlce" et DOS seigneurs. Rcch Hist 8(1902)286. 
KILL, James Jerome (b.1838). Minn. R. R. president. 

G 1 e e d, Charles S. James Jerome Hill. Ommop 33(1902)100-72, port. 
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Miss Mary S. Hill. Confed Vet 10(1902)124, port. 
HILL family. 

Keefe, Fr. The early Hills of Eliot. Old Eliot 5(1902)62-76. 

Noted family of the Confederate War. Confed Vet 10(1902)201, port. 
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Hills Family Genealogical and Historical Association. Incorporated July G, 1894. Seventh report of the 
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HIKTON, John (d.1784). N. C. officer in Am. Revolution. 

H I n t o n, Mary Hilliard. Colonel John Hinton. So Atlan Q 1(1902)182-7. 
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I n Western letters. Col. Richard J. Hintcn. Out West 16(1902)389, port. 
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Connectioutt Historical Society. Annual Report. Hartford, the Society. 1902. 

D e a t s, H. E. Hunterdon County Historical Society. Jerseym 8(1902)8,23. 

F 1 o w e r s, R. L. History of the Historical Society of Trinity College. Trinity Arch 15(1902)363-71. 

F r a n c 1 B, J. [& Kinginan, S. A.] Quarter-century celebration. Twenty-fifth anniversary meeting of 
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The German American Historical Society. Am Germ 4(1902)207-13. 

I b e r v 1 1 1 e Historical Society. Gulf Mag 1(1902)153-4. 

Maryland Historical Society. Annual report for the year 1901. Bait. 1902. p. 32. 80. 

New building for the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Penn Mag 26(1902)469. 

The New Haven Colony Historical Society Reports [etc.] 1901. New Haven 1902 p24. So. 

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. Officers, Committees, By-laws, Members. N. Y. 
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Organization of the Tennessee Valley Historical Society. Gulf Mag 1(1902)226-7. 

P a r k e r, B. L. Report of Green Bay Historical Society. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)63-5. 

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Edited for the American library association. Boston, Pub. for the American library association 
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(1902)193 "Many first-rate works. . .omitted. . .failure to select best editions. . .poor conception of... a 
bibliographical note. . .index"; Hist Pub Cauad '02.7(llM)3)203-9 "Canadian section ... falls far short of 
the. . .intention of the originator of the volume ... selection of the books. . .haphazard and slipshod ... re- 
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HOBKIRK'S Hill (B.C.). Revolutionary battle, Anril 25, 1781. 

Gunby, A[ndrew] A[ugrustus]. Colonel John Gunby of the Maryland line. [For details see same title un- 
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HOEOKEN, N. J. Town of Hudson Co. on Hudson opposite N. Y. city. 

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HOBSON family. 

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HODGE, Orlando John (b. 18126). 

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HOLDEN, Horace (b.1811). Oregon pioneer. 

L y m a n, H. S. Recollections of Horace Holden. Oreg Q 3(1902)164-217. 
HOLDEN, Serena (1810-92). Norfolk, Va., school teacher. 

Miss Serena Holden and her school. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)69-72. 
HOLIDAYS. Days of freedom from usual occupations. 

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HOLLY Springs (Miss.). Civil War raid, Dec. 20, 1862. 

B a r r o n, S. B. Van Dorn at Holly Springs. Confed Vet 10(1902)455-6. 
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HOOSAC Tunnel. Tunnel of Boston and Albany R. R. through Hoosac Mt., Mass., opened 1876. 

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HOPEDALE, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 34 m. S.W. of Boston. 

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HOFI Indians. Fueblo tribe of Shoshonean stock of Northern Arizona. 

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Two college presidents. Outl 70(1902)514-7, port. 



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HOPKINS, Mark (1808-87). Mas*. Congregational clergyman, educator, Pros. Williams College. 

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HOPKINS, Pauline Bradford (Mackie) (1.1874). Conn, writer. 

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HOPKINS, Warren M (1839-75). Va. Confederate officer. 

C o 1 1 e y, Thomas W. Col. W. M. Hopkins. Confed Vet 10(1902)421, port. 
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HOPKINTON. N. H. Town of Merrimac Co. S m. W. of Concord. 

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HORSE chair. A colonial vehicle. 

Horse chair for sale, 1774. Va Mag 10(1902)111. 
HOUSTON, Sam (1793-1863). Tenn. lawyer, Governor, Congressman, 1st Pres. of republic of Texas. 

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HOWARD, Memuoan Hunt (1798-1887). Tenn. pioneer lawyer, philanthropist. 

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HOWE (Mrs.) Julia Ward (b.1819). Am. writer and reformer. 

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HUBBARD, Elbert fb.1859). N. Y. lecturer, writer. 

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HUBBARD, Nathaniel Mead (1829-1908). Iowa judge. 

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HUDSON river. River of eastern N. Y. flowing south into New York Harbor. 

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HUGUENOTS (in Am.). French Protestants and their descendents. 

Transaction of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina. Charleston, S. C., 1902. No. 9. pp. 58. paper. 
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HUMBOLDT Co., Cal. County in the N.W. part of California. 

Souvenir of Humboldt county; being a frank, fair, and accurate exposition, plctorially and otherwise, of 
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HUMOR. Literature intended to produce laughter. 

T r e n t, W. P. A retrospect of American humor. Cent 63 ( 1901-2) 45-64, port. 
HUMPHREYS, Willard (1867-1902). Princeton Univ. Professor. 

Young, Clarence H. Willard Humphreys. Columb Q 5(1902)45-7. 
HUNLEY. Confederate torpedo boat which sank the Housatonio off Charleston, 8. C., Feb. 17, 1864. 

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HURON Indians. French name for Wyandots, Iroquois tribe of Canada, later of Kansas. 
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HUTCHINSON, Charles Hare (1803-1902). Phila. lawyer. 

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ILLINOIS. North-central state of the U. S., admitted 1818. 

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IMMIGRATION. The incoming of foreigners for permanent residence. 

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INDIAN Summer. Warm weather in late autumn St. Martins Summer. 

Matthews, Albert. The term Indian Summer. Reprinted from the monthly Weather Review for Jan. and 
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INDIAN Territory. V. S. territory in Southwest, set apart for Indians. 

H a g e r, Charles Moreau. Oklahoma and the Indian Territory as they are to-day. R of Rs 25(1902)177-81. 
INDIAN wars. Wars between Indians and the IT. S. 

H a d 1 e y, C. B. The Plains war In 1865. Nob Hist S 11.5(1902)273-8. 

Pensions to survivors, etc., of Indian wars. Gulf Mag 1(1902)225-6. 

Victor, Frances Fullur. The first Oregon cavalry. Oreg Q 3(1902)122-6,. 
INDIANA. East central state of IT. S., admitted 1816. 

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List of servants who sailed from Dublin, 1746-7, on the Euryal, and arrived at Phila. Penn Mag 26 
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IRON and steel industry, IT. 8. The producing, manufacture and marketing of iron and steel. 

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The famous Wyoming law. Out West 16(1902)329-31. 

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Mead, Elwood. Problems of irrigation legislation. Forum 32(1902)573-81. 

N e w e 1 1, F. H. Irrigation. Smithson R 1901(1902)407-23, ill., map. 

Newell, Frederick Haynes. Irrigation in the United States... New York, T.Y.Crowell & co. [1902] xix, 
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Public works of irrigation. Out West 16(1902)88-92. 

A record of achievement. The epoch-making work of the Water and Forest Association. Out Went 
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JACKSON (Miss.). Civil War engagement, May 14, 1863. 

L a u m a n ' s charge at Jackson. Annals of Iowa 5(1902)386-90. 
JACKSONVILLE. Capital city of Duval Co., northern Florida, on St. John R. 

Rebuilding (The) of Jacksonville. Fla M 4(1902)265-75. 
JAMAICA. British West India Is. 90 m. S. of Cuba. 

Bradford, Mary F. Side trips In Jamaica ... 3d ed. Boston and New York, Sherwood publishing com- 
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JAMES, Edmund Janes (b.1855). 111. educator, Pros. Northwestern Univ. 

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JAMES CITY, Va. Eastern Co. of Va. on James R. 

James City County court-house (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)275. 
JAMES RIVER, Va. River flowing S.E. across Va. into Chesapeake Bay. 

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Lew If, A.. H. Thomas Jefferson, with portraits. Everybody's 7(1902)561(1)). 

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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Neb. Southern Co. of Nebraska bordering on Kansas. 

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JESUITS. Roman Catholic order of "Society of Jesus." 

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JOCELYN, Nathaniel (1796-1881). Connecticut painter. 

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JOHNS Hopkins University. Univ. at Baltimore, Md. f d. 1876. 

Oilman, Daniel C. The launching of a university. Scrib M 31(1902)337-36. 

J a m e 8 o u, J. Franklin. The Johns Hopkins anniversary. Dial 32(1902)143-6. 

The Johns Hopkins celebration. Nation 74(1902)167. 

The Johns Hopkins University. Outl 70(1902)511-13. 

Johns Hopkins university; celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the university and 
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JOHNSON, Andrew (1808-75). 17th President of the United States. 

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R a m a g e, Burr J. Andrew Johnson's administration. So Atlan Q 1(1902)171-81,256-64. 
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Johnson, Bradley T. Johnson's ride around Baltimore in 1864. South Hist Soc Pup 30(1902)215-25. 
JOHNSON, John A. (1832-1901). Wis. pioneer, State senator, philanthropist. 

T h w a 1 1 e s, Reuben G. Death of John A. Johnson. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)20-2. 
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JOHNSON, Sylvanus (1813-1908). Iowa pioneer and business man. 

Springer, John. Sylvanus Johnson. Iowa Hist Rec 18(1902)449-56. 
JOHNSON, Tom L. (b.1854). Cleveland, 0., mayor and capitalist. 

George, Henry. Tom Lof tin Johnson. Cosmopol 34(1902-3)95-7, port. 

Howe, Frederic C. "The best governed community in the world." World's Work 3(1901-2)1723-8, port. 

Tom Johnson to the front. Nation 75(1902)201. 
JOHNSON family. 

Shepard, James. The New Haven and Walliugford (Conn.) Johnsons... Reprinted for the author from 
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Supplementary notes on the Johnson family. N E Reg 56(1902)297-8. 
JOHNSON'S Island, 0. Island near Sandusky, northern O., used as Civil War U. S. prison. 

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Johnson's Island. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)256-65. 
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JOHNSTON, Joseph Eggleston (1807-91). Va, Confederate general, U. S. Congressman, writer. 

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JOHNSTON, Samuel (1733-1816). N. C. lawyer, Governor. 

D i 1 1 a r d, Richard. Hayes and its builder. N C Bookl 2.8(1902)32-9. 
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JOLIETTE, B. Founder of the town of Joliette. 

Hon. B. Joliette, fondateur de la Vllle Ac Joliette. Recb Hist 8(1902)20, full p. port. 
JOLINE, Adrian Hoffman (b.1850). N. Y. lawyer, autograph collector, writer. 

Meditations of an autograph collector. Collect 15(1902)101-2. 
JOLLIET, Louis (d.1700). French Canadian explorer and officer. 
C h a p a i s, Thomas. Louis Jolliet. N..UV Fr 1(1902)41-51. 
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G a g n o n, Ernest. Les freres de Louis Jolliet. Reeh Hist 8(1902)313-4. 
Gagnon, Ernest. Louis Jolliet, Decouvreur du Mississippi et du Pays des Illinois, Premier Seigneur 1'Ile 

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JONES, Gabriel (1724-1806). Va. lawyer, member of Continental Congress, state legislator. 

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JONES, J. H. (b.1338). Kiss, lawyer, Confederate officer. 

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JONES, John Paul (1747-92). Va. naval officer in Am. Revolution. 

B e 1 k n a p, Geo. E. The life and character of John Paul Junes. N H Hist S 1II.2, 1897-9(1902)414-35. 
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JOSEPH, Jacob (1840-1902). N. Y. Hebrew patriarch. 

C a b a n, Abraham. The late Rabbi Joseph, Hebrew patriarch of New York. R of Rs 26(1902)311-14. 
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"JOURNAL des Families (le)." Proposed literary and scientific journal, Canada, 1840. 

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"JOURNAL du Dimanche." Montreal periodical, 1883 sq. 

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JOYFIELD, Mich. Township of Benzie Co. 1 m. S. of Benzonia. 

Joy, Wm. A. Joyfleld Township. Mich Hist Coll '01, 31(1902)146-9. 
JOYNES, Levin (1753-94). Va. officer in Am. Revolution, State senator. 

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JOYNES, Thomas R. (1789-1858). Va. lawyer and planter, officer in war of 1812. 

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KANAWHA VALLEY, W. Va. Watershed of Great Kanawha R. 

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Stone, Miss I. G. The lead and zinc field of Kansas. Trans Kan Hist Soo 1901-2 7(1902)243-00. 
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. City of Jackson Co. on Missouri R. at western border of state. 

Non-resident direct paying taxpayers on Kansas City. Missouri, property. An alphabetically arranged 

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KASKASKIA, 111. Village of Randolph Co. 40 m. S. of Belleville. 

First house of the Sisters of the Visitation at Kaskaskin, Illinois, A. D. 1838. Reminiscence* of Sister 

Mary Josephine Barber. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)211-26. 

KATHAN family. 

Mansfield, David L[ufkin]. ...History of Captain John Knthan, the first settler of Dnmmerston, Vt., and 
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KAVANAGH, Edward (1795-1884). Maine lawyer, acting Gov., U. 8. senator. 

Religious oppression in Mass. Trial of Rev. John Chcverus for marrying Catholics and of Mr. Knva- 

nagh for non-support of the Cong, minister of his township. Am Cath Rrs 10(1902)120-5. 
KAWEAH, Cal. A Utopian community in Tulare Co. from 1882-1891. 

H a s k e 1 1, Bnrnette G. Kaweah. How and why the colony died. Out West 17(1902)300-22, ill, port. 
KEENE, James Robert (b.1838). K. Y. (took broker. 

L e f v r e, Edwin. James Robert Keone. Cosmopol 34(1902-3)31-5. 
KEKCHI Indians. A Maiyan tribe of Gautemala. 

K e k c h i maize products. Am Ant 24(1902)237-8. 
KELLEY, Moses (ft.1776). N. H. pioneer and officer in Am. Rev. 

Moore, William E. Early settlement of Kelley's Falls. Notes and Q 20(1902)49-56. 
KELLOGG. Elijah (1813-1901). Maine Congregational clergyman, writer, lecturer. 

Ray, Isabel T. Rev. Elijah Kellogg author and preacher. New Eng M 26(1902)435-48, 111., port. 
KELLOGG family. 

Ray, Isabel T. Rev. Elijah Kellogg author and preacher. New Eng M 26(1902)435-48, ill., port. 
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Kendall, Amos. Card [1856]. Bost Bull 7(1902)206-7. 

Kendall, Amos. [Letter] to David Hensbaw [1829]. Bost Bull 7(1902)265-6. 
KENRICK, Francis Patrick (1797-1863). Cath. Archbishop of Baltimore, and writer. 

K e n r 1 c k, Francis Patrick. Early letter* of Archbishop K.-nrick. Am Catb Res 19(1902)53-5. 
KENTUCKY. East central state of U. S., admitted 1792. 

Seattle, Francis R. Presbyterian educational work in Kentucky. Presb Q 16(1902-3)518-30. 
Graham, H. W. Weaving, Kentucky. Craftsman l(1902)45(Ja). 

Kentucky. Bur. of agriculture, labor and statistics. Hand book of Kentucky... Issued by I. B. Nail, 
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The Kentucky Confederate Home. Confed Vet 10(1902)558-60. 

P o a g e, Louella Kemper. Kentucky's part In the battle of Point Pleasant. W Va Mag 2.4(1902)17-28. 
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Abbott, John 8[tevens] C[abot]. Cnptain William Kidd and others of the buccaneers. New York, Dodd, 

Mead and company [1902] xi, [9]-373 p. front. 19cm. [L.C. 2-25020] 
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KILHAM family. 

Mills, William Stowell. The early Kilhams. N E Re* 56(1902)344-6. 
KIMBALL, Moses (1810-95). Boston financier, Assemblyman. 

Gumming s, Charles A. Moses Klmball. N E Reg 56(1902)335-40, port. 
KIMBALL, Samuel Sparhawk (1825-99). N. H. banker, R. R. president. 

Samuel Sparhawk Klmball [obituary]. N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)502-3, port. 
KIMBALL family. 

Hobbs, William Herbert. Kirnball-Weston memorial. The American ancestry and descendants of Aloneo 
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The Kimball Family News, being supplemented to Kimball Family History. Vol. 5. No. 6-10. Jane, 

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KINO, Clarence (1842-1901). IT. 8. Geological surveyor, scientist, writer. 

Clarence King. Nation 74(1902)7-8. 

Emmons, 8. F., and Atkinson, Henry M. Clarence King: a memorial. Engineering and Mining Journal, 

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KINO, John C. Fa. German. 

Oakley, Henrietta M. Famous Pennsylvania-Germans. Rev. John C. King, D. D. Pa-Ger 3(1902)99-108. 
KING, William Rufus (1786-1853). Ala. senator, Vice-President of IT. 8. 

King, William R. [Letter on sectional issues, 1850]. Gulf Mag 1(1902)4B. 
KING family. 

A k e r 1 y, Lucy D. Wm. and Dorothy King, of Salem, Mass., and L. I. descendants. N Y Rec 33(1902) 
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Priest, Alice L. King (note). N E Reg 56(1902)206. 
KINO ISLAND, Alaska. Island of Bering Sea. 

H a w 1 e y, R. Newton. Arctic cliff dwellers. World's Work 3(1301-2)1844-7, ill. 
KINO Philip's War. N. E. Indian war, 1675. 

The flintlock used in Philip's war. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)67-92. 
KINO and Queen County, Va. Co. in the E. part of Virginia. 

King and Queen County deeds. Va Mag 9(1902)309-11. 
KINGS COUNTY, Cal. A southeastern Co. of state. 

G o o d r i c h, F. M. Kings County and Hanford. Out West 17(1902)637-44, ill. 
KINGS RIVER, Cal. River of southern Cal. flowing S.E. into Tulare Lake. 

Gibson, Hugh S. The Sierra Club in King's river cafion. Out West 17(1902)565-77, 111. 
KINGSTON, Canada. City of Ontario at outlet of Lake Ontario, 178 m. W. of Montreal. 

Cataraqul. Rech Hist 8(1902)246. 
KINSMAN, William H. (1834-63). Iowa lawyer and officer in Civil War. 

Dodge, Grenvllle W. Colonel William H. Kinsman. Annals of Iowa 5(1902)241-50, port. 
KIOWA Indians. Roving tribe of western plains, now naturalized citizens of Florida. 

J a m t- s Mooney's ethnological work and etudles The Kiowas of W. Oklahoma. Gulf Mag 1(1902)223. 
KIRBY, Ephraim (1757-1804). Conn, and Ala. soldier in Am. Revolution, judge, publicist. 

Owen, Thomas McAdory. Ephraim Kirby, first Superior Court Judge in what is now Alabama. N Y Re* 

33(1902)129-34, port. 
KITTERY, Me. Village of York Co. 51 m. S.W. of Portland. 

Fogg, Wm. The early families of Eliot and Kittery, Me. Old Eliot 5(1902)1-29,39-62,87-154,159-196. 
KLONDIKE. Auriferous region in Yukon District, Canada. 

Production de Tor aux fitats-Unis et au Klondyke en 1901. ftcon Franc 11 Jan(1902). 
KNAGGS family. 

Ross, Robert B. History of the Knaggs family of Ohio and Michigan. Historical, biographical and gene- 
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S a y 1 e 8, Lucy B. A brave knight of the seventeenth century. Conn Mag 7(1902)334-8, ill. 
KNIGHT family. 

Will of William Knight [of Lynn, Mass., ab.1655]. Ess Ant 6(1902)77-8. 



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KNOX, Henry (1750-1806). N. . officer in Am. Revolution, Secretary of War. 

K n o x, Heury. [Letter] to Henry Jackson [1777]. Boat Bull 7(1902)4G2-:>. 
KNOX, Philander Chase (b.1853). Fa. lawyer, V. 8. Attorney-General. 

Coolidge, L. A. Attorney-General Knox, lawyer. McClure 19(1902)471-5, port. 

Philander C. Knox. World's Work 4(1902)2470, port. only. 
KONTI, Isadore (b. 18621. K. Y. sculptor. 

M o s s, K. C. Isadore Konti. Spirit of '76 8(1902)131. 
KOOTENAY Indians. A group of related tribes along the Montana-British Columbia border. 

Chamberlain, Alex. F. Earlier and later Kootonay Onomatology. Am Anthropol VS. 4(1902)229-36. 

Chamberlain, Alex. F. Geographic terms of Kootenay origin. Am Anthropol N.S. 4(1902)348-50. 
KORNER, Gustav Philipp (1809-96). Ger. Am. jurist, diplomat, historian. 

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KRAUTH. Charles Porterfleld (1883-88). Pa. Lutheran clergyman, Professor, writer. 

S p a e t h, A. Charles Porterfleld Krautb. H R B 11,81-4. 
KU-KLTJX Klans. A Secret society in the Southern States in Reconstruction times. 

3 a r r 1 s, (Mrs. iT. J. The conditions that led to the Ku-Klux Klans. N C Bookl 1.12(1902)3-24. 

J a r T i s, ( Mrs. )T. J. The Ku-Klux Klans. N C Bookl 2.1(1902)3-26. 

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LABOR. Productive work and those engaged in it. 

Baker, Ray Stannard. How labor is organized. World's Work 4(1902)2427-32. 

Draper, Wm. R. Solving the labor problem of the wheat belts. R of Rs 26(1902)70-2. 

E a s 1 e y, Ralph M. What organized labor has learned. McClnre 19(1902)483-92, port. 

Enemies of society. Nation 75(1902)394-5 

Howell, George. Labour legislation, labour movements and labour leaders... London, T.F.Unwln, 1902. 
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Labor and capital in building trades. Am Arch 78(1902)59(N22). 

M i n o t, R. S. Labor trusts. Am Arch 78:37(N1). 

Page, Thomas Walker. The San Francisco labor movement in 1901. Pol Sci Q 17(1902)664-88. 

Peters, John P[unnett]. Labor and capital; a discussion of the relations of employer and employed. New 
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Straus, Oscar S. The Conference of Industrial Peace. No Am 174(1902)176-81. 

Taylor, Benjamin. Industrial troubles In America. 19tb Cent 52(1902)732-45. 

van Vorst, B. L'Ouvrifire anx tats-unls. Rev Deux Mond<>s 12(1902)667-90. 

W a n d b y, W. S. Rights and wrongs of labor and capital. Arena 27 (1302)207 (Mr). 

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Winston, Ambrose P. A quarter century of strikes. Atlan 90(1902)666-67. 

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Wright, Carroll D. Consolidated labor. No Am 174(1902)30-45. 

Wright, Carroll D. Labor organizations in U. S. Contemp 82(1902)519-25. 

Wright, Carroll D[avidson], Some ethical phases of the labor question. . . Boston, American Unitarian as- 
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LABRADOR. Peninsula on the E. coast of British North America. 

Daly, Reginald A. The geology of the northeast coast of Labrador. (Bulletin of the Museum of Com- 
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D e 1 & b a r r e, E. B. Report of the Brown-Harvard expedition to Nachvak Labrador, in the year 1900. 

Bull Geog Soc of Phila 3(1902)66-212. 

G a r d n e r, C. Turvllle. Life In Labrador. Wide World M Oct( 1902) 29-34. 
LABEIE, Jacques (b.1831). Canadian physician and hist, writer. 

Le Docteur Labrle. Rech Hist 8(1902)50. port. 
LACE making. The industry of netting thread into artistic fabrics. 

Forbes, (Mrs.)A. S. C. Lace making of Indian women. Out West 16(1902)613-6, ill. 
LACEY, John (1755-1841). Fa. and N. J. politician, Brig. -General in Am. Rev., manufacturer. 

Memoirs of Brigadier-General John Lacey, of Pennsylvania. Penn Mag 25(1901)1-13,191-207,341-54, 

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Owen, Thomas McAdory. Colonel Edward Lacey of the Revolution and s,'>me of his descendants. Gulf 
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LACROSSE. An Indian ball game adopted by Canadians and Americans. 

CoIllson.B. W., and Munro, John K. Lacrosse in Canada. Canad M 19(1902)410-26, ill., port. 
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W r i g h t, D. J. La Fayette et Rochambeau devant les historiens amlrlcains. Rev Hebdom 24 Mai (1902). 
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Wilder, Amos Parker. Governor La Follettee and what he stands for. Outl 70(1902)631-4. 
LACUNA de Tache Grant, Kings and Fresno Cos., Cal. 

H a r r 1 s, W. N. The Laguna de Tache grant. Out West 17(1902)645-52, ill. 
L'HALLE, Constantin de (or Challo) (d.1729). Canadian priest. 

M a s s i c o 1 1 e, B. Z. Les deux Peres de 1'Halle. Rech Hist 8(1902)149-50. 
LAKE County, Ohio. County in the N.E. part of state. 

Daughters of the American revolution. Ohio. New Connecticut chapter, Pameiville. A record of the rev- 
olutionary soldiers buried in Lake County, Ohio, with a partial list of those In Geauga County, and a 
membership roll of New Connecticut chapter, Daughters of the American revolution, t>y New Connecticut 
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M i 1 1 s, W. S. Lake County and its founder. Historical address delivered In Palnesville, Lake County, 
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LAKE ERIE. War of 1818 Naval battle, Sept. 10, 1813. 

Mack, Mrs. J. T. The battle of Lake Erie, September 40, 1813. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)38-45. 
LANCASTER family. 

Lancaster, Harry Fred. The Lancaster family. A history of Thomas and Phebe Lancaster, of Bucks 
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LANCASTER County, Fa. A southeastern Co. of State bordaring on Maryland. 
Christ Church, Lancaster County (note). Va Mag 10(1902)208-10, ill. 

[Franklin, Walter Mayer]. ...Historical points of interest along the Strasiiurg trolley road... Lancaster. 
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LANCASTER, Fa. Capital of Lancaster Co. 69 m. W. of Philadelphia. 

Law, James D[uff] i. e. James. Re-vised and enlarged copy of Lancaster old and new; an address de- 
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LAND Grants. The transfer by the grov't. of public land to private use and ownership. 

The Continental Congress donates land for the support of the Catholic religion and schools. Am 

Cath Res 19(1902)66-6. 

LAND title registration. System whereby th state records and guarantees titles to real estate. 
Jones, Leonard A. Land title registration In the United States. Am Law R .'{6(1902)321-348. 



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LANE, Hugh (1821-1902). Am. Catholic priest. 

R e T. Hugh Lane [port. only]. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)opp.l37. 

LANE family. 

Lane genealogies... Exeter, N. H., The News-letter press, 1891-1002. 3 v. fronts., plate, port. 24cm. 
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Lapham, Mary J. Dr. Increase A. I.apham. Wls Arch 1(1901-2)32-4. 
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Mannhardt, E. Dentsch Thellnehmer am mexlkanischen Krlcge von La Salic County. Deutsch-Am G 

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LA BERRE family. 

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LASSIG, Moritz (1831-1902). 111. Bridge engineer. 

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LA SUETTE. District of province of Quebec. 

Scott, L'Abbe H. A. La Suette. Rech Hist 8(1902)373-4. 
LATIN America. Portions of America inhabited chiefly by Latin raees. 

L'Amerlqne latlne. ficon Franc 11 Jan (1902). 

Bondlnhon, A. La conclle plenler de 1'Amerlque latlne. Canon Contemp Jan Mars (1902). 

Das E v a n g t> 1 1 11 m 1m romanlschen Amerlka. Uebersetzt aim Revlsta orlstlana 1901. Pr W B 
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Lane, Horace M. Protestant education In Latin America. Miss R 26(1902)753-8. 

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LAUZON, Canada. Town on St. Lawrence opposite Quebec. 

Roy, P. G. Saint fitlenne de Lauzon. Rech Hist 8(1902)118. 
LAVAL, Francois de (fl.1663). Catholic prelate of Canada. 

Le Venerable Francois de Laval. Rech Hiat 8(1002)117-8. 
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C h a p a 1 s, Thomas. Le Clnquantenalre de 1'universlte Laval. Nonv Fr 1(1902)138-43. 
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"LAWRENCE." Halifax privateer vessel, 1757. 

MacMechan, Archibald. A Halifax privateer In 1757. Acad 2(1902)155-64. 



1!6 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

LAWRENCE, Mass. Capital city of Essex Co. 26 m. N. by W. of Boston. 
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LEBANON, N. H. Village of Lebanon township, Grafton Co. 65 m. N.W. of Concord. 

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LEBANON, O. County seat of Warren Co. 22 m. S. of Dayton. 

Morrow, Josiah. A brief history of Lebanon, Ohio; a centennial sketch... Lebanon, The Western star 
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L e e, Francis Lightfoot. Continental Board of War to the Governor of Maryland [letter, 1778]. Boat 

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LEHIGH County, Pa. Eastern Co. of Fa. bordering on N. J. 

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present time, Including much valuable Information for the use of schools, families, libraries... [2d ed.J 
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LEITSVILLE, Pa. Village of Northampton Co. 

Horn, Alfred F. ed. Proceedings of the re-union of Apple's church and of tN- Boehm family, celebrated at 
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LENIHAN, Thomas Kathias (1845-1902). Wyo. Catholic Bishop. 

R t. R e v. Thomas Matbias Lenihan, D. D. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)382, port. 
R t. R e v. Thomas Matthias Lenihan. Annals of Iowa 5(1902)316. 
LENOX, Mass. Village of Berkshire Co. 8 m. 8. of Pittsfteld. 

Macadam,! 1 . Estate of Ansou Phelps Stokes, at Lenox. Ctry Life Am 2(1902)221(0). 
Mallary, R[aymond] De Witt. Lenox and the Berkshire highlands... New York and London, G.P.Put- 
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Lenox. Modern Lenox. The vicinage. The geusls of village improvement and the Laurel Hill associa- 
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COte, Geo.-P. Les Annges de Pierre [Leo XIII and Canada.]. Nouv Fr 1(1902)161-8. 
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M i 1 1 e r, G. W. Leomlustcr, Mass. Nat'l M (Bost) 17(192)258(N). 
"L'ESSUI du Michigan." First Frernch paper in U. 8., 1809. 

D 1 o n n e, N. E. Le premier Journal frunc.ais public aux fitats-UnU [Dettoit]. Rech Hist 8(1902)281-3. 
"L'ETUDIANT" (1886-93). Canadiap monthly magazine. 

L'Etudlant. Rech Hist 8(1902)210-18. 
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C a s g r a 1 n, L'Abbe H.-R. Moncalm et Levls. Rech Hist 8(1902)79-80, port. 
LEVY, Henri (1696-1680). Duke of Ventadour, Viceroy of Canada. 

Henri de Levy, due de Ventadour, vlce-rol de la Nouvelle-France. Rech Hist 8(1902)189-91. 
LEWELLING, Lorenzo D. (1846-1900). Kan. journalist, educator, Governor. 

C o s 1 1 g a n, W. J. Lorenzo L. LeweUlng. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)121-26. 
LEWIS, Meriwether (1774-1809). Explorer, Governor of Louisiana. 

Kingsley, Nellie F. Four American explorers: Captain Meriwethcr Lewis, Captain William Clark, General 
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LEWIS, Theodore Hayes (b.1866). Am. archaeologist, writer. 

[Theodore Hayes Lewis.] Miss Hist P 6(1902)449. 
LEWIS family. 

Lewis family. Wm M Q 11(1902)39-47,78,146. 

Lewisiana, or Lewis letter. Gullford, Conn. 1902. vol. 12. nos. 7 Jan 12 Jane ; vol. 13. 1 Jan 6 Dec. 

[Strictly family history, occasional biog. art and port.] 
LEWIS and Clark expedition. An exploration of nearly the whole Northwest, 1804-6. 

Dye, Eva Emery. The conquest; the true story of Lewis and Clark... Chicago, A.C.McClurg & company, 
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History of the Expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark to the sources of the Missouri, 
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Hist R 8(1903)588-9 "for the general reader ... entirely satisfactory. . .in most attractive form a reprint 
of the Blddle edition of 1814"; Nation 75(1902)380 "Clear and handsome reprint ... Introduction con- 
tain [s] .. .view of... causes [of] .. .purchase. .. [of Louisiana] .. .index"; Dial 33(l'J02)461-4(J.O.Plerce) 
"faithful reproduction ... graceful Introduction in which the largo import or' that expedition ... [is] tersely 
yet felicitously summed up"; Hist Pub Canad '02.7(1903)109-17 "prefatory note is a little high-flown... 
Two excellent portraits of. . .Lewis and Clark. . .Index." L.C. 2-25625] 

Lewis, [Meriwether], History of the expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark to the 
sources of the Missouri, across the Rocky Mountains, down the Columbia River to the Pacific in 1804-6; 
a reprint of the edition of 1814 to which all the members of the expedition contributed. . . New York, 
New Amsterdam book co., 1902. 3 v. 2 front, (port.) map. 18cm. [Ed. by Paul Allen. Rev. in: Nation 
75(1902)91 "...too slavish reprint of Biddle's 1814 recension of the original diaries... no index... [no] 
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LEXINGTON, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. 11 m. W.N.W. of Boston. 

Piper, Fred S. Lexington the birthplace of American liberty; a handbook containing an account of the bat- 
tle of Lexington Paul Revere's narrative of his famous ride a sketch of the town and the places of 
historic interest inscriptions on all historic tablets directory map and numerous illustrations... Lex- 
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Second field-day at Lexington. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)189-205. 
LIBERTY Bell. The bell which hung in Continental Kail, Philadelphia, July 4, 1776. 

[ A 1 1 e n t o w n, Pennsylvania.] Am Month M 21(1902)240-4, ill. 
LIBRARIES. Collections of books, mss., etc., for use. 

A m. Library Association. Magnolia Confsrence. Proceedings. Lib 3 27(lW>2)C120-268. 

Buffalo. Public library. ...Class room libraries for public schools, listed by grades; to which is added a 
list of books suggested for school reference libraries. Buffalo, Printed for the Library, 1902. 134 p. 
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American history and historical personages." L.C. 2-12474] 

Cole, George W. Report on gifts and bequesets to American libraries, 1901-1902. Lib J 27(1902)097-119. 

Davis, Horace. Dr. Benjamin Gott's library. N E Reg 56(1902)340-4. 

D r e h e r, Julius D. Libraries as a means of popular education. South Work 30(1901)312-16. 

Meeting of the American Library Association. Nation 75(1902)7-8. 

New York library club. Libraries of Greater New York. Manual and historical sketch of the New York 
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An old library [Jonas Brouck's. Earliest in N. Y.]. Spirit of '76 8(1902)41. 

Putnam, Herbert. The year among the libraries. Indep 54(1902)2753-6, port. 

W e 1 1 m a n, Hiller C. What public libraries are doing for children. Atlan 90(1902)402-9. 

Western library meeting, Madison, Wls., August 28-30, 1902. Lib J 27(1902)825-32. 

Y u 8 t, W. F. Library legislation in 1902. Lib J 27(1902)22-4. 
LIBRARY of Congress. The National library at Washington, D. C. 

P u t n a m, H. Library of Congress; a national library for U. S. Bookman 15 (1902) 51 (Mr). 

Putnam, Herbert. The relation of the National Library to historical research In the D. S. Am Hist 
A Rep '01,1(1902)113-29. 

Putnam, Herbert. The relation of the National library to historical research In the U. S. Euuca R 23 
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Report of the Librarian of Congress, 1901. Lib J 27(1902)19-21. 
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Adams, Charles F. and Wattersou, Henry. Lee, Davis and Lincoln. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)121-4. 

Barrett, Jos. H. Life of Abraham Lincoln. (Biographies of famous men.) Chicago, Donohuhe, 1902. 12o. 

C h o a t e, J. H. Abraham Lincoln. Green Bag 14(1902)77(F). 

Fallows, Samuel. . . .Life of William Ale-Kin ley. our martyred president, with short biographiea of Lincoln 
and Gartteld, and a comprehensive life of President Roosevelt, containing the masterpieces of McKinley's 
eloquence, and a history of anarchy, its purposes and results. . . . assisted by an able corps of contrib- 
utors, with an Introduction by. . .W.E. Mason. .. [International memorial ed.] Chicago, 111., Regan 
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Fish, Carl Russell. Lincoln and the patronage. Am Hist R 8(1902)53-69. 

Gleed, James Willis. Abraham Lincoln: an address to the Republican Club of the city of New York at lt 
sixteenth Lincoln Dinner, February 12, 1902. pp. 27. 

Green, Samuel L. President Lincoln's speech at Gettysburg. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2/^-4. 

Orenfell, Helen L. The birthdays of Washington and Lincoln. Colorado anniversary number. Prepared 
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Gridley, Mr*. Eleanor. The story of Abraham Lincoln; or, The journey from the log cabin to the White 
House... [Chicago, Monarch book co.] c!902. 3 p. 1., 11-355 p. front., plate, port. 24%cm. [L.C. 
3-17956] 

H a 1 s e y, John J. Lincoln's plan of reconstruction. (Rev.) Dial 32(1902)342-5. 

Inzer, John W. How the news of the assassination of President Lincoln was received by the Confed- 
erate prisoners on Johnson's Island, in April, 1865. Gulf Mag 1(1902)194-8. 

Lincoln in Kansas. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)536-52. 

Lincoln's application for a railway-pass. Cent 63(1901-2)558, furs. 

NiooUy, John G[eorge]. A short life of Abraham Lincoln, condensed from Nlcolay & Hay's Abraham Lin- 
coln: a history. New York, The Century co., 1902. xvi, 578 p. incl. frout. (port.) 21%cm. [Kev. in: 
Nation 75(1902)333 "Abridgment. . .well [made] .. .preserves. . .disposition. . .to gloze . . . les's impressive 
aspects of Lincoln's life"; Dial 33(1902)480 "abridgment. . .not only justifiable, but even praiseworthy." 
L.C. 2-22683] 

P r e n 1 1 c e, W. R. On the Dry Tortugas [1865J. McClure 18(1901-2)564-70. 

Proceedings at the sixteenth annual Lincoln dinner of the Republican Club of the city of New York, Feb- 
ruary 12th, 1902. N. Y., F.R.Brooke Co., 1902. pp. 80. 

Smith, Samuel O[eorge]. ...Abraham Lincoln. Cincinnati, Jennings & I'.v; New York, Eaton & Mains 
[1902] 31, [1] p. front. 19cm. (The hero series [v. 3]) ["The address in this booklet, with five 
others, are published in book form under the title of Retribution, and other addresses, by Samuel G. 
Smith, and the 'Words of Lincoln' are taken from Abraham Lincoln, by D. D. Thompson." Contents. 
Abraham Lincoln; an address delivered before the Loyal legion, St. Paul, Minn. Words of Lincoln. L.C. 
2-13807] . tf ^v,.j 

Staples, Ernest Linwood. A man of destiny; being the story of Abraham Lincoln; an epic poem... Shel- 
ton. Conn., Lincoln publishing company, 1902. 71 p. front, (port.) pi. 21cm. [L.C. 3-28] 

Suraner, Edward A. Abraham Lincoln... An oration delivered before the Men's league of the Broadway 
tabernacle church, of New York city, February 10th, 1902. [New York? 1002] 16 p. 23 x 10cm. [Por- 
trait of Lincoln on t.-p. L.C. 2-13799] 

8 u 1 1 o n, Cicero T. Characteristic glimpses of Lincoln. Cent 63(1901-2)558-61, port., facs. 

Button, Cicero T. Lincoln and Kentucky. Cent 63(1901-2)558-6. port. 

Thayer, W[illiara] M[akepeaceJ. Abraham Lincoln, the pioneer boy, and Low he became President; the 
story of bis life. 15th ed., completing sixty-seven thousand. London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1902. xlx, 
395 p. front, (port.) 19cm. [L.C. 3-33025] 

Tltherlngton, R. H. Lincoln Uarneld McKlnley. Munsey 127 (1902) 306 (My). 

W h 1 t n e y, H. C. Lincoln's social Isolation. Indep 14(1902)373-81. 
LINCOLN, (Mrs.) Abraham. Nee Todd of Lexington, Ky., married 1842. 

Lincoln, (Mrs.) Abraham. A letter to Charles Sumner. 1866. Indep 54(1902)2803. 
LINCOLN, Levi (1749-1880). Haas. Lieut. -Governor, Congreisman, U. 8. Attorney-General. 

Hoar, George F. [Levl Lincoln.] Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)230-8. 
LINCOLN, Neb. Capital of Nebraska, in Lancaster Co. 64 m. S.W. of Omaha. 

B a 1 1, Franklin. The building of the first Capitol... at Lincoln removal of archives. Neb Hist S 1 1. 6 
(1902)318-22. 

M a 1 1 o y, Thomas. History of the first State Capitol. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)212-16. 

S a w y e r, A. J. History of the Incarceration of the Lincoln city council. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)105-37. 
LINDSAY family. 

Lindsays in Virginia. Va Mag 10(1902)96-7,203. 
L1PPITT, Francis James (1812-1902). D. C. lawyer, officer in Civil War, writer. 

Lippitt, Francis J[ames]. Reminiscences of Francis J. Llppitt, written for his family, his near relatives 
and Intimate frends. Providence, R. I., Preston & Rounds co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 122 p. port. 23%cm. 
[Rev.in:Nation 74(1902)350-1 "Interesting from cover to cover. . .chief value ... consists in ... simplicity 
and frankness... no index." L.C. 2-8227] 
LISTER, Justice (1843-1902). Ontario Judge of the Court of Appeal. 

Death of Mr. Justice Lister. Canada Law Journal 38(1902)97. 
LITCHFIELD family. 

Litohfleld, Winford J. oomp. by. The Lltchfleld family in America. Part I. No. 2. 1902. pp. 97-160. 

80. 111. Price, |1.50. 
LITERATURE. Creative or artistic writings. 

Abernethy, Julian W[illis]. American literature... New York, Maynard, Merrill, & co., 1902. 6, 9-510 p. 
111., chart. 18cm. [Bibliographical notes: "Historical background." "Illustrative literature," etc., at 
end of each chapter; "Biography and criticism," p. 487-502. Rev.ln:Dial 33(1902)123-4 "nothing... 
original. . .but. . .cordially commended. . .excellence of proportion ... sound and conservative critical judg- 
ments"; Sewauee 10(1902)383 "somewhat rhetorical. . .decidedly sprightly ... well selected bibliography." 
L.C. 2-10*20] 



120 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002. 

Bacon, Edgar Mayhew. The literary associations of the Hudson. Critic 41(1902)221-9, 111. 

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Halsey, Francis Whiting. Our literary deluge and some of Its deeper waters... New York, Doubleday, 
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Harking, E[dward] F[rancisJ, Little pilgrimages among the men who have written famous books... Bos- 
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Francis Richard Stockton. Joel Chandler Harris. S. Weir Mitchell. Robert Grant. F. Marlon Craw- 
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Harkins, E[dward] F[rancisJ and Johnston, C. H. L. Little pilgrimages among the women who have writ- 
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Ltuvton, William Cranston. Introduction to the study of American literature... New York and Chicago, 
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degree of completeness. . .naively personal at times. . .trifling defects. . .packed with Ideas and allusions 
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W o o (1 b e P r y, George Edward. Beginnings of American literature. Harper 105(1902)232-8. 
W o o d b e r r y, George Edward. Knickerbocker era of American letters. Harper (1902)677-83. 

LITTLE family. 

Bowman, George Ernest. Thomas Little's will and inventory, and the will of his son Thomas. Mnyfl 

Desc 4(1902)161-4. 
LITTLE BIG HORN R. (Mont.;. Sioux Indian war battle, May 15, 1876. 

[Cookerill, John A.] Custer battlefield, Burlington route. [Chicago, Poole bros., 1902?] cover-title, [15] 
p. 111., port., map (on cover) 15% x 8%cm. [Published by the Chicago Burlington and Qulncy railroad 
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LITTLE MIAMI VALLEY, Ohio. Valley of S.W. part of state. 

G a 1 1 o w a y, W. A. The Revolutionary soldier in the valley of the Little Miami. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 

10(1902)372-77. 
LITTLEFIELD, J. H. (1887-1901). Tex. Confederate officer. 

II u j. J. H. Littlefield. Confed Vet 10(1902)33. 
LITTLEJOHN, Abram Newkirk (1884-1901). L. I. and N. Y. Protestant Episcopal Bishop, writer. 

VanDe Water, G. R. Bishop Littlejohn. Columb Q 4(1901)45-7, port. 
LIVERMOHE family. 

Thwing, Walter Eliot. The Llvermore family of America... Boston, W.K.Clarke company, 1902. 479 p. 
front., pi., port. -M'jcm. [Rev.lniOld Northw Q 6(1903)26-27 "of great value to Llvermores and other 
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LLOYD, Henry Demarett (b.1847). N. Y. and Chicago, editor, writer on political economy. 

Henry Demarest Lloyd. Out West 16(1002)542, port. 
LOEB, Jacques (b.1859). Chicago and Cal. Prof, of physiology, writer. 

S n y d e r, Carl. Dr. Loeb's researches and discoveries. McClure 18(1901-2)386-96, ill., port. 
LOGAN, James (1674-1761). Pa. Chief Justice, Governor, writer. 

[James Logan]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)365. 
LOGAN family. 

...William Maul and Bethlab Uutbrle, ancestors of the Logan family (note). Pcnn Mag 26(1902) 

479-80. 
LONG BEACH, Cal. Sea side resort near Los Angeles. 

Long Beach. Out West 17(1902)136-9, 111. 
LONG ISLAND. Island 110 m. long in Atlantic, forming most 8.E. portion of N. Y. state. 

Ross, Peter. A history of Long Island, from its earliest settlement to the present time. . . New York and 
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LONGFELLOW, Henry Wadsworth (1807-88). Cambridge, Mass., Professor and poet. 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. ...Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Boston and New York, Houghton, 
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ln:Nation 75(1902)308-9 "Help[s] . . .to visualize the man... is rich in personal recollections and In knowl- 
edge of... environment... considerable amount of fresh material"; Dial 34(1903)145-7(W.M.Payne) "per- 
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Livingston, Luther S. Two little-known first editions of American authors. Bibliog 1 (1902)455-7. 
LONGWORTH, Isreal (1885-1902). Nova Scotian lawyer, local historian. 

S t o c k t o n, A. A. In memoriam. Israel Longworth, K. C. Acad 2(1902)139-40. 
LONBDALE, H. I. Village of Providence Co. 7 m. N. of Providence. 

"The Catholic oak," at Lonsdale, R. I. Am Catb Res 19(1002)81-2. 
LORD, Charles E. (1817-1908). N. H. Presbyterian clergyman, Professor and writer. 

Rev. Charles E. Lord, D. D. Granite M 32(1902)185. 
LORD family. 

E. S. T. Lord-Goodwin (note). N E Reg 06(1902)90. 
LOS ANGELES, Cal. City of Los Angeles Co. 345 m. S.E. of San Francisco. 

Willard, C.D. Herald's history of Los Angeles City. Los Angeles, Cal., Kingsley, 1902. 111. 
LOTJISBOURG, Can. French fortification on Cape Breton, captured by British, 1768. 
C a n p e a u, F.-R.-E. La medaille commemorative de Louisbourg. Rech Hist 8(1902)127. 



122 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

LOUISIANA. A Gulf-state of U. 8. admitted 1812. 

Crowder, E. H. Report [of the alleged British supply camp in Louisiana] (1902: 8vo. pp. 15 House doc. 
649). 

H a w o r t h, Paul L. Negro disfranchisernent in Louisiana. Outl 71(1902)163-6. 

Louisiana newspaper flies in the Library of Congress. Gulf Mag 1(1902)128-33. 

Moore, Frederick W. The course of Louisiana politics from 1862 to 1866. So Atlau Q 1(1902)128-44. 
LOUISIANA (territory). The vast tract of Southwest and West, purchased from France, 1803. 

Beer, William. Louisiana history in Government documents. Gulf Mag 1 (i902) 184-93. 

Beer, William. A valuable book on Louisiana [Chambou]. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)341-2. 

B e r t h o u d, Edward L. The Louisiana boundary. Gulf Mag 1(1902)218-7. 

Cession (The) of Louisiana. (Old South leaflets, no. 128.) Boston, Old South Work, 1902. 

P a r r a n d, Mai. The commercial privileges of the treaty of 1803. Ain Hist R 7(1902)494-9. 

Harvey, Margaret. Beyond the Mississippi. Am Month M 21(1902)443-53. 

Hosmer, James K[endall]. The history of the Louisiana purchase. New York, D.Appleton and company, 
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[Rev.in:Am Hist R 8 (1902) 140-1 (D. Y.Thomas) "timely ... readable and scholarly ... most interesting story 
...addition to. . .knowledge on the subject is rather small. . .some. . .additions are questionable"; Nation 
74(1902)483 "Timely book in popular vein... will doubtless have a temporary vogue"; Dial 33(1902)36-6 
(F.H.Hodder) "for the general reader, and even for readers of the younger class well told. . .entirely suc- 
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Howard, James Q[uay]. History of the Louisiana purchase. Chicago. Callaghan & company, 1902. 170 p. 
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sources. . .parallels the authors of standard works. . .time and again"; Dial 34(1903)27 "style. . .in bad. . . 
subject-matter is partly irrelevant and partly erroneous." L.C. 2-23428] 

The Louisiana boundary. Gulf Mag 1(1902)216-7. 
LOVELACE, Francis (ab.1618-ah.1675). Colonial Governor of New Yor. 

Delavan, Edward C. Colonel Francis Lovelace and his plantation on Staten Island. New Brighton, N. Y., 
Natural science association of Staten Island, 1902. cover-title, [47J-79 p. map, diagr. 23 Mi cm. [From 
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LOW, Seth (b.1850). N. Y. President of Columbia Univ., Mayor of Brooklyn and of New York. 

Columbia university. Minutes adopted by the trustees of Columbia college in the city of New ork and by 
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H a w 1 e y, Walter L. Personal responsibility in the city government. Gunton's M 23(1902)66-72. 

8 1 o a n e, W. M. Seth Low. Columb Q 4(1901)1-12, port. 

Woodruff, Clinton Rogers. Municipal situation in New York. Gunton'K M 23(1902)380-4. 
LOWELL, Augustus (1830-1900). Boston merchant, philanthropist. . 

L o t h r o p, Thornton K. Memoir of Augustus Lowell (obituary). Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)169-78 
LOWELL, James Russell (1819-91). Mass, poet and writer, U. S. minister to Spain. 

B 1 1 c h f e 1 d t, E. H. James Russell Lowell as viewed from our generation. Meth R 84(1902)883-98. 

H o r w i 1 1, Herbert W. Lowell's influence in England. New Eng M 27(1602)321-5. 

James Russell Lowell. Qt Rev 196(1902)61-81. 

Johnson, William H. James Russell Lowell. Critic 40(1902)121-5. 

Memorials of two friends, James Russell Lowell: 1819-1891, George William Curtis: 1824-1S92. New York, 
Priv. print. [The Gilliss press] 1902. 5 p. 1., 102. [2] p. 25cm. ["Fifty copies printed at the GilUis 
press for private distribution." Contents. James Russell Lowell, by G. W. Curtis. An epistle to 
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Mlms, Edwin. Lowell as a citizen. So Atlan Q 1(1902)27-40. 

S n y d e r, Henry N. The poetry of James Russell Lowell. Meth R South 51(1902)803-18. 
LOWES MERION, Fa. Township forming southern part of Montgomery Co. 

Harvey, Margaret B. [Rev. patriots born in Lower Merion]. Am Month M 21(1902)299-300. 
LOWER NORFOLK County, Virginia. 

The church In Lower Norfolk county. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)78-89. 

Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, Antiquary. Vol. 4. Quarterly. Baltimore, Md., 1902. pp. 154. 
LOWNDES, Wm. (1782-1828). S. C. planter, Congressman, writer. 
C a r r, Fannie White. William Lowudes. So Atlau Q 1(1902)365-71. 



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LOYALISTS (Tories). The American supporters of the king- in the Am. Revolution. 
Grisbrook, Edward O. A scion of New England. New Ens M 27(1902)477-86. 

Van Tyne, Claude H. The Loyalists in the American Revolution. N. Y., Macmillau, 1902. 12o. [For de- 
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Ward, C. Some old letters. Acad 2(1902)170-8;5. 
LUDLOW, Cornelius (1728 or 9-1812). N. 3. officer in Am. Revolution. 

Cooper, Arthur E. Col. Cornelius Ludloiv. N J Hist S 3(1902)12-50. 
LUDLOW, Vt. Village in Ludlow township, Windsor Co. 25 m. 8.S.E. of Rutland. 

Fletcher memorial library, Ludlow (Vt.) The book of the Fletcher memorial library at Ludlow, Vermont 
... [Ludlow, Printed by the Vermont Tribune, 1902] cover-title, [3]-39 p. front., ill., pi., port. 24cm. 
[Illustrations: half-tones mounted in text. Dedication exercises, etc. of '.he building erected in memory 
of Stoughton A. Fletcher, by his son, Allen M. Fletcher. L.C. 2-21666] 
LUMBER industry. The business of transforming; trees into lumber. 
A y 1 e 1 1, William. Lumber In 1774 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)103. 

S in y t h, Lawrence T. The lumber industry in Maine. New Eiig M 25(1901-2)629-48, ill. 
LUMMIS. Charles Fletcher (b.1859). New Mexico and Cal. editor and writer. 

D u B o 1 s, Constance Goddard. Charles F Lummis, author and man. Critic 40(1902)326-30, ill., port. 
LUNDY family. 

Armstrong, William Clinton. The Lundy family and their descendants of \vuatsoever surname, with a bio- 
graphical sketch of Benjamin Lundy. New Brunswick, N. J., J.Heldingsfeld, printer, 1902. 485 p. 

ront., 111., plate, port., facslrn. 24%cm. [L.C. 3-22580J 
LUTHERAN Church. Church founded by Martin Luther. 

Mubleneberg'8 short sketch of Lutheran congregation in Philadelphia, 1795. Lutb Ch Rev 21 

(902)81-87. 
Kyebroff, J. Gescb. d. ersten deutschen evang.-luth. Syuode in Texas. Zu ihrtm 50 jahrlgen Jubtlaum. 

Chicago, 111., Wartburg Publ. House, pp. 4-r360. ill. 
Stromme, Peer 0. Compend of church History for Lutheran young people. Chicago, J. Anderson publishing 

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Ulery, William Frederick], History of the southern conference of the Pittsburg synod of the Evangelical 
Lutheran church. Ed. and pub. by R-?v. W.F.Ulery, A.M. and A.L.Yount... Greensburg, Pa., Church 
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LYFORD family. 

Welch, William Lewis. Francis Lyford of Boston and Exeter, and some of his descendants... Salem, 
Printed for the Essex institute, 1902. 1 p. 1., 88 p. 24V4em. [From the Historical collections of the 
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LYKAN, Theodore (1792-1849). Boston philanthropist, mayor, State senator. 

Roe, A. S. ...Lyman school for boys, Westborougb, Mass. New Eng M 20(1902)399-416, 111., port. 
LYNCH (d.1882). 8. C. Catholic Bishop. 

Bishop Lynch's death. Am Cath Res 19(1902)7. 

LYNCH law. Summary punishment, especially by death, without process of law. 
K 1 1 g o, John Carlisle. An inquiry concerning lynchlngs. So Allan Q 1(1902)4-13. 
Lynch law in California. Green Bag 14:291 (Je). 
Lynch law In Texas In the Go's. Green Bag 14:382(Ag). 
Matthews, Albert. "Lynch Law." Nation 75(1902)439-41. 
Torture and lynching. Outl 71(1902)533-4. 
LYNCHBURG (Va.). Civil War campaign Hay 2S-June 29, 1864, engagement June 17-18. 

Blackford, Charles M. The campaign and battle of Lyncbburg. South Hist Soe Pap 30(1902)276-332. 
LYNN, Mass. City and seaport of Essex Co. 10 m. N.N.E. of Boston. 

H a w k e s, N. M. Meeting-house of the Third Parish. Lynn Reg 1901(1902)9-11. 
Lynn Historical Society of Lynn, Mais. Register for year 1901. Lynn, Mass. So. 1902. pp. 66. 
LYONS FARMS, N. J. Village of Union Co. 2 m. N. of Elizabeth. 

Lyons Farms Baptist church records. N J Hist S 2(1902)158-68. 
LYTTON, British Columbia. Town on the Fraser R. 57 m. from Yale. 

Smith, Harlan I. Archaeology of Lytton, B. C. Records of the Past 1(1902)205-18. 
McBURNEY, Robert Ross (1837-98). Secretary and leader in Y. M. C. A. 
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MoCALL, John Augustine (b.1849). N. Y. insurance president. 

G 1 e e d, Charles S. John Augustine McCall. Cosmopol 33(1902)302-4, port 

McCARTEE, Divie Bethune (1820-1900). Am. missionary to China and Japan, diplomat, naturalist, writer. 
B a n k 1 n, Henry W. Divie Betbune UcCartee. N E Reg 56 Suppl (1302)xlil-xlUl. 



124 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

McCLEARY, Samuel Foster (1822-1901). Boston lawyer, local hist, writer. 

B u g b e c, James M. Memoir of Samuel Foster McCleary. Mass Hist Soc Proc II.li>(1901-2)255-63, port. 
Samuel Foster McCleary. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)72-7. 
Smith, Charles C. [eulogy]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)75-8. 
MoCLELLAN, George Brinton (1826-85). General in Civil War, Governor of N. J. 

Owen, Frederick D. Notes and specifications of a design for the equestrian statue of the late Maj. Gen. 
G. B. McCllellan, Washington, D. C. Respectfully submitted. General design and pedestal. Assisted by 
U. S. J. Dunbar, sculptor. Horse and rider. Melva B. Wilson, sculptor. Base figures and panels. May 
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McCONOMY, Augustine Jerome (1831-78). Catholic priest. 

Rev. Augustine Jerome McConomy. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)251, port. 
MoDIARMID, A. P. (b.1852). Canadian Baptist clergyman and educator. 

Fox, W. Sherwood. Canadian celebrities. Canad M 18(1901-2)332-3, port. 
MACDONALD, John B. (b.1884). K. V. engineer. 

Stevens, Raymond. The builder of the New York subway. World's Work 5(1902-3)2833-6, port. 
McDONALD, John R. (1843-1902). Ala. Confederate officer, 

Porter, R. R. Maj. John R. McDonald. Confed Vet 10(1902)122-3, po.-t. 
McDONOUGH, Patrick (b.1786). Fa. V. S. o .-fleer in War of 1812. 

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XoGILLIVRAY, Alexander (1746-93). "The Talleyrand of Alabama" U. 8. Gen. Agent to Creek Indians. 

McGillivray, Alexander. McGlllivray Documents, (iulf Mag 1(1902)47-50. 
McGROARTY, Julia (d.1901). Provincial Superior of the Sisters of Noire Dame of Namur. 

Mother Julia. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)55,130, port. 
If AC HENRY COUNTY, 111. Northeastern Co. of state, bordering on Wisconsin. 

Seller, Lena B. Die Pionlere von McHeury County. Deutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)54-56. 
MACHIMOODUS (the places of noises). Name applied by Indians to region about Moodus, Conn. 

Clemens, W. Harry. The legends of Machimoodua. Conn Mag 7(1902)451-8. 
HACKAY, John William (b.1831). Nev. mine owner and capitalist. 

G 1 e e d, Charles S. John William Mackay. Cosmopol 33(1902)40-2, port. 
McKEAN family. 

ICcKean, Cornelius. McKean genealogies, from the early settlement of McKeans or McKeens in America 
to the present time, 1902; with portraits representing the different branches of the family. Des Moiues, 
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MACKENZIE, William Lyon. Canadian journalist. 

Y e I g h, Frank. Some reminders of William Lyon Mackenzie. Ca::ad M 19 (: 002) 195-203, ill., port., facs. 
MACKENZIE family. 

Mackenzie of Garloch (Gairloch). Old Northw Q 5(1902)80-1, ill. 
MACKENZIE COLLEGE. Presbyterian Mission College at San Paulo, Brazil. 

I. a n e, H. M. Mackenzie College, San Paulo, Brazil, S. A. Assembly Heraici ( (1902)216-ai(.. 
McKINLEY, William (1848-1901). 25th President of the United States. 

C o u r s e y, W. S. William McKinley as commauder-in-chief of D. S. N.it'l M (Bost) 16(lCj'\ .-t.t&J.. 
Grand army of the republic. Dept. of Ohio. McKinley post, No. 25. Memorial souvenir of Uuuuurie Wm. 
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Halstead, Murat, and Munson, A. J. Life and services of William McKtnley. Chlca^, >, Dominion, 1902. 

560 p. 12o. 

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printed, and the type distributed." This copy not numbered. [Rev.ln:Dial 34(1903)126 "reprint. . .inter- 
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Brooke, Charles. A short sketch of the origin of the Maryland mission. Am Cath Res 19(1902)126-8. 

Browne, Wm. Hand. Archives of Maryland. Proceedings and acts of the assembly of Maryland, ] 697-8- 
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Carroll, Charles. Correspondence of "First citizen" Charles Carroll of Carrollton, and "Antilon" Daniel 
Dulany, Jr., 1773, with a history of Governor Eden's administration in Maryland. 1769-1776. By Elihu 
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Errors of Catholic American history. The settlement of Maryland. The Toleration act. Am Cath Res 
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Griffin, Martin I. J. The apostate, Lord Baltimore The Calverts Was Maryland a Catholic country ? 
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Gunby, A[ndrew] A[ugustus]. Colonel John Gunby of the Maryland Hue. [For details set same title under 
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m WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTOR1 1902. 

Hall, Clayton Colman. The lords Baltimore and the Maryland palatinate; six lectures on Maryland colonial 
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"here and there thrown some new light on... Lords Baltimore and on the dispute over the boundary be- 
tween Maryland and Pennsylvania. Other than this... chief value. . .in. . .cautious, concise, o.nd dispas- 
sionate narration of... events in the history of colonial Maryland. . .he had two points of view... the per- 
sonality of a lord proprietor [and]... the mere progress of events... has shown us only a loose general 
relation between the two"; Nation 76(1903)93 "agreeably written. . .extremely accurate ... we can com- 
mend this... to all. . .interested in our colonial histories"; Men.in:N Y Rec 34(1903)303 "story of Mary- 
land's colonial period told in masterly manner." L.C. 3-182] 

Harry, James Warner. ...The Maryland constitution of 1851. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press, 1902. 
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History of Confederates in Maryland. Coufed Vet 10(1902)166. 

The Jesuits land In Maryland. Am Cath Res 19(1902)173. 

L e e, F. L. Continental Board of War to the Governor of Md. L1778]. Bost Bull 7(1902)22. 

Lippincott. Constance. Maryland as a palatinate. Philadelphia, J.B.Lipplncott co., 1902. 48 pp. 24 1/3 cm. 
[Printed for private circulation. "Bibliography": pp. 47-48. [Rev.in:N E Reg 56(1902)215(P.W.Parke) 
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Snowden, W[illiam] H. Some old historic landmarks of Virginia and Maryland. [For details see same 
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Some quaint wills of early Catholic settlers in Maryland. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)22-44. 

S t e 1 n e r, Bernard C. Maryland's first courts. Am Hist A Rep '01,1(1902)211-29. 

Steiner, Bernard C[hristian], ...Western Maryland in the revolution... Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins 
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MASON. Charles (1804-82). N. Y. editor, Iowa Judge, XI. S. commissioner of patents. 

Y e w e 1 1, George H. Reminiscences of Charles Mason. Annals of Iowa 6(1902)251-71, port. 
MASON, Lowell (1792-1872). Am. musician and composer. 

Mason, Daniel Gregory. How young Lowell Mason travelled to Savannah. New Bng M 26(1902)236-40. 
MASON COUNTY, 111. Co. in W. central part of state. 

Onstot, Thompson Gains, 1829 Pioneers of Menard and Mason counties; made up of personal reminis- 
cences of an early life in Menard county, which we gathered in a Salem life from 1830 to 1840, and a 
Petersburg life from 1840 to 1850; including personal reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln and Peter Cart- 
right. Forest City, 111., T.G.Onstot, 1902. 400 p. incl. front., 111., port., plan. 23cm. [L.C. 2-27721] 
MASON and Dizon line. Boundary between Pa. and Md. and between free and slave states, surveyed 1766. 

Robinson, Morgan Poitiaux. The evolution of the Mason and Dlxon lino . . . Published* by special request. 
Richmond, Va., Oracle publishing company, 1902. 15 p. incl. 111., facslm. 24%cm. ["Reprinted from 
the April and May, 1902, numbers of the Oracle magazine, Richmond, Virginia." "One thousand copies 
printed." [Rev.in:Va Mag 10(1902)111 "brief and intelligible. . .clear account... of value and Interest"; 
W Va Mag 2.3(1902)83 "carefully prepared. . .well written and interesting." L.C. 2-14119] 
MASSACHUSETTS. An original N.E. state of the United States. 

Adams, Alton D. Municipal gas and electric plants in Massachusetts. .J Pol Kcon ^0(1901-2)214-29. 

Adams, Alton D. Municipal gas and electric plants in Massachusetts. Pollt Sc Q 17(1902)2^7-55. 

B r e n n a n, James F. Jesuits in Massachusetts, 1647. Am Cath Res 19(1902)82-3. 

B r e n n a n, James F. Penalty for observing Christmas in Massachusetts, 1670. Am Cath Res 19(1902)65. 

Catholics as rare as comets [1765]. Am Cath Res 19(1D02)77. 

Chase, Levi B. Interpretation of Woodwards & Lattery's map of 1642, or the earliest Bay path. Qulna- 
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Collins, Charles W. New England Catholic Historical Society publication, No. 4. Pilgrim, Puritan and 
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Colonial Society of Massachusetts Publications. Transactions April- November, 1900. [vol. 7 no. 1. 1902.] 
pp. 5+62. 80. 

Colonial Society of Massachusetts Publications. Vol. V. Boston, Pub. by Soc., 1902. pp. 19+492, 80, ill. 

Crane, Ellery Bicknell. The boston and Worcester turnpike. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)585-98. 

D a b 1 o n, Claude. Father John Pierron's Journey from Acadia to Maryland in 1674. Am Cath Rea 19 
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Davis, Andrew McFarland. Tracts relating to the currency of Massachusetts Bay. [For details see same 
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Ford, Worthington Chauncey. Bibliography of the Journals of the House of Representatives of his 
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WBITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1*02. 1*1 

Ford, Worthington C. The Governor and Council of the province of Massachusetts Bay, August, 1714- 
March, 1715. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)327-62. 

Dresser, Mrs. Geo. K. The Indians of this locality. Quinabaug Hist Soc Leaf 1 [19027] 107-20. 

Excursion to the Metropolitan Water Basin. Wor Soc Ant 13(1902)234-42. 

Green, Samuel Abbott. Ten fac-slmile reproductions relating to New England. Boston, Mass., 1902. 4 p. 
1., 64 p. 111., facslm. 37 x 27^cm. [Edition of 125 copies. Contents. Stephen Daye, the earliest 
printer in this country. Map of Massachusetts, 1637. Benjamin Tompson, the earliest American poet. 
The names of streets, etc., in Boston, 1708. Blodget's plan of the battle uear t.aki> George, 1755. The 
stamp act, 1765. The seat of war, near Boston, 1775. Gen. Kufus Putnam's plan of towns In Worcester 
county, 1785. Dr. Prescott's plan of Groton, Massachusetts, 1794. State street, Boston, 1801. Rev.ln: 
Nation 76(1903)33-4 "limited edition. . .full of careful research and true bibliographical enthusiasm... 
facsimiles are very distinct and admirable." L.C. 2-28280] 

Guild, Amasa. The eighteenth Massachusetts regiment volunteer Infantry In the Rebellion, together 
with some personal reminiscences. Dodh Reg 13(1902)98-105. 

H a 1 1, G. Stanley. Normal schools, especially in Massachusetts. Pedagog Sem 9(1902)180(Je). 

L n m m n s, Henry T. The Established Church of Mass. Lynn Reg 1907(1902)34-52. [Important legal 
ace. with citations, of the church-parish phase of the Dnitarian-Orthodox controversy.] 

Massachusetts anti-Catholic oath of allegiance, 1678. Am Cath Res 19(1902)74-5. 

Massachusetts artillery, 5th battery. 1861-1865. History of the Fifth Massachusetts battery. Organized 
October 3, 1861, mustered out June 12, 1865. Boston, L.E.Cowles, 1902. xlv 991 p. col. front., plate, 
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Massachusetts Democratic platform. R of Rs 26(1902)450-1. 

Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. Seventh series. Vols. 1-2. Boston, 1900-1902. L. 8vo. pp. 
xvl. 491. [Rev.in:N E Reg 55(1901)125(F.H.Parke) "[of] great Interest ... admirable form, thoroughly 
indexed"; Men.in:Am Hist R 9(1903)223 "Part IV. of the Trumbull Papers. . .letters range. . .January of 
1780 to October, 1783." 

Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings. Vol. 15. Boston, Pub. by the Soc. 1901-2. pp. 18+554. 

The Mayflower Descendant. Vol. 4, 1902. Boston, Pub. quarterly by the Soc. 1902. pp. 8+284. 

Old South leaflets. V. 5. nos. 101-125. Boston, Old South Work, 1902. 

Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Yearbook Penn Soc of N T (1902)92-5. 

Religions oppression In Mass. Trial of Rev. John Cheverus for marrying Catholics and of Mr. Kav- 
anagh for non-support of the Congr. minister of his township. Am Cath Res 10(1902)120-5. 

Roe, Alfred S. The governors of Massachusetts. New Eng M 25(1901-2)523 48,651-72, port. 

Rules and regulation of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts. Boston, Alfred 
Mudge ft Son, 1902. pp. 38, 80., 111. 

Smith, Sarah Saunders. The founders of the Massachusetts Bay colony. Washington, Woodward ft Loth 
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Swan, Robert T. Fourteenth report of the custody and condition of the public records of parishes, towns 
and counties. Boston, State Printers, 1902. 8vo. pp. 15. [Rev.ln :Nation 74(1902)113 "Shows ... good 
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Swan, Robert T. The Massachusetts public record commission and its work. Am Hist A Rep '01,1(1902) 
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Trolley trips through southern New England. .. [4th ed.] Hartford, Conn., White ft Warner, 1902. 112 p. 
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Two bills of sale of negro slave [In Mass.]. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)210-11. 

W p c d e n, William B. Three commonwealths, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island; their early de- 
velopment. Am Antlq Soc N S 16 II '02(1903)130-64. 

Wild, Helen Tilden. The Lawrence light guard. Medf Reg 5(1902)73-90, port. 
MASSACHUSETTS Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. Est. X861. 

M u n r o e, James Phinney. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. New Eng M 27(1902)131-53, 111. 
MATHER, Cotton (1663-1728). Mass, clergyman and writer. 

Cone, Kate M. Cotton Mather's borthplace. Gen Q M 3(1902)65-64. 
MATLACK. Timothy (1730-1829). Pa. Revolutionary officer, Continental Congressman. 

Letters of James Allen to Coloney Timothy Matlack, 177S. Penn Mag 26(1902)286-7. 
MATOON, (Mrs.) Mary (Dickinson). (1768-1835). Revolutionary matron. 

Walker, Alice M[orehouse]. Mary Mattoon and her hero of the revolution [General Ebenezer Mattoon] 
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MATTOON, Ebenezer (1755-1843). Mass, officer in War of 1812, Congressman. 

Walker, Alice M[orehouse]. Mary Mattoori and her hero of the revolution [General Ebenezer Mattoou] 
Cover design by Martha Genung. Amherst, Mass. [Press of Carpenter & Morehouse] 1902. 83, [1] p. 
front., pi., port. 18%cm. [L.C. 3-5965] 
MAUL family. 

...William Maul and Bethlah Guthrie, ancestors of the Logan family (note). Penn Mag -j(1902) 

479-80. 
MATJLSBY family. 

Payne, Cora M. (Patty). Genealogy of the Maulsby family for five generation, 1699-1902; comp. by careful 
research among Quaker, government and family records... Dose Moines, G. A. Miller, 1902. 5 p. 1., 142 
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MAUMEE Valley, Ohio. Valley of Maumee R. in northwestern Ohio. 

Gunckel, John E. The early history of the Maumee Valley. Toledo, O., Press of the Hadley printing co., 
1902. 101 p. incl. front., ill., pi. 21 x 18 cm. [61.Men.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)408 "...graphic account... 
likely to be of some service in the preparation of a more complete historv." L.C. 2-22687] 
MAXIM, (Sir) Hiram Stevens (h.1840). Am. inventor and manufacturer, resident of England. 

Price, Charles W. Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim. Cosmopol 33(1902)530-2, port. 
MAXWELL, William Henry (h.1852). N. Y. educator, Supt. N. Y. City schools, writer. 

The head of four hundred schools. World's Work 3(1901-2)1848-51, port. 
MAY, Samuel (1810-1899). Mass. Unitarian clergyman, writer. 

Dodge, BenJ. J. Samuel May. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)11-14. 
MA YES, Edward (b.1846). Miss. Confederate soldier, politician. 

[Edward Mayes]. Miss Hist P 6(1902)307-8. 
MAYHEW, Thomas (1592-1682). Colonial Governor Martha's Vineyard. 

The Owl on Martha's Vineyard. The Owl 3(1902)63-6. 
MAYNARD, Newland (d.1901). N. Y. Episcopal clergyman, writer and lecturer. 

Rev. Newland Maynard (obituary). N Y Rec 33(1902)54. 
MAYO-SMITH, Richmond (1854-1901). Columbia University Prof., writer. 

Sellgman, Edwin R. A. Richmond Mayo-Smith. Columb Q 4(1901)40-5, port. 
MAZZEI, Filippo (b.1730). European Agent of Va. during Am. Revolution. 

Z i m m e r n, Helen. Story of Mazzei. New Eng M 27(1902)198-211. 
MAZZUCHELLI, Samuel Charles (1807-64). Catholic priest. 

Rev. Samuel Charles Mazzuchelll, 0. P. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)250. port. 
MEAD (or Meade) family. 

C a 1 1 a h a n, G. C. Some of the Meads. Win M Q 10(1902)191-7,242-5. 
MEADVILLE, Pa. City of Crawford Co. 36 m. S. of Erie. 

Wilbur, Earl Morse. A historical sketch of the Independent congregationnl church, Meadville, Pennsyl- 
vania, 1825-1900. Meadville, Pa., 1902. vll, 96 p. front., pi., port. 20cm. [L.C. 2-16948] 
MEARS family. 

Mears, (Mrs.) Kate DeRossett. "A group of my ancestral dames of the colonial period." Goldsborov N. C. 
[1902] O. pp. 17. [Rev. in: South Hist A Pub 6(1902)526 "relates mainly to members of the t)eRossetc 
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MEAT packing industry. Business of transforming cattle into meat, and marketing it. 

Shirley, William M. Inside a great packing plant. Nat'l M (Bost) 15(J901-2)581-6, ill. 
MECKLENBURG County, N. C. A south border Co. 

Alexander, J[ohn] B[revard]. The history of Mecklenburg County from 1740 to 1900... Charlotte, N. C., 

Observer printing house, 1902. 1 p. 1., iv, [3]-431 p. front., pi., port., map. 24cm. [L.C. 3-3298] 
Clarkson, Herlot. The hornet's nest. N C Bookl 1.6(1901)3-24. 

MEDAL of Honor Legion of U. 8. Society of recipients of U. S. Medal for service in Civil and Spanish wars. 
Medal of honor legion of the United States. A record of the greeting given by the local members and citi- 
zens of Philadelphia, on Thursday and Friday, November 6 and 7, 1902 and proceedings of the legion in 
Independence hall, Philadelphia, Pa., Friday, November 7, 1902. [Philadelphia, 1902?] 37 p. 2 port. 
23cm. [L.C. 3-29117] 
MEDFIELD, Mass. Village in Medfield township, Norfolk Co., 18 m. S.W. of Boston. 

Medfleld, Mass. Medfleld, Massachushetts: proceedings at the celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth 
anniversary of the incorporation of the town, June 6, 1901. Boston, G.H.Ellis co., printers, 1902. 112 p. 
front., pi., facs. 28%cm. [Rev.lnrN E Reg 56(1902)330(F.W.Parke) "most entertaining. . .church his- 
tories. . .particularly important." L.C. 3-8380] 



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MEDFORD, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. 5 m. N.N.W. of Boston. 

H o 1 1 i s, Benjamin Pratt. Grace church, Medford. An historical monograph. Medf Reg 5(1902)25-43. 

The homo of the Historical Society. Medf Reg 5(1902)69-70. 

Maun, Moses W. Forgotten industries and enterprises. Medf Reg 5(1902)18-9. 

The Medford Historical Register. Vol. 5. Medford, Mass., Pub. by the Medtord Hist Soc., quarterly, ia02. 

pp. 96. 

Medford Square, 1835 to 1850. Medf Reg 5(1902)91-4. 
The "Town House." Medf Reg 5(1902)90. 

Welts, Herbert A. Lawyers of Medford. Medf Reg 5(1902)49-68, port. 

W 1 1 d, H. T. Current events, 1724-1734. Extracts from town records of Medford. Medf Reg 5(1902)13-7. 
Wild, Helen T. Medford In the war of the Revolution. Medf Reg 5(1902)24. 
MEDICINE. Art of heading and drugs employed. 

Carney, S. H. Early days of medicine and surgery in America. Munsey 28(1902)377(D). 
Llcencies des bureaux medicaux du Canada-est de 1788 a 1848. Rech TUst 8(1902)175-80,201-9. 
The new medical education. Nation 75(1902)259-60. 
A Virginia doctor's medicines, 1729 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)216-7. 
MEIGS, John (fl.1639). Conn, pioneer. 

B e n t o n, Charles F. Little journeys to ancestral firesides. Conn Mag 7(1002)557-9. 
MEIGS family. 

Meigs, [Henry Benjamin]. Meigs chart of American ancestry. [Baltimore, 1902] sheet. 43% z 7%cm. 

[ l.Men.in:01d Northw Q 5(1902)154 "historical references. . .valuable notes." L.C. 3-3193] 
Meigs, H. B. Record of the descendants of Vincent Melgs. Baltimore, H.B.Meigs, 1902. 80., ill. 
MEIRCKEN, (Mrs.) Peter (Snowden) (b.1777). Wife of Peter Meircken, a merchant of Fhila. 

Hart, Charles Henry. Two women of the eighteenth century. Cent 63(1901-2)377, port. 
MELR08E, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. 7 m. M. of Boston. 

Goss, Elbridge Henry. The history of Melrone, county of Middlesex, Massachusetts. Melrose, The city, 

1902. xvlll, 508 p. front., 111. (incl. port., facslm.) pi. 24%cm. [L.C. 3-11847] 
MENARD County, 111. County in W. central part of state. 

Onstot. T[hompson] G[ains]. Pioneers of Meuard and Mason counties; made up of personal reminiscences 
of an early life In Menard county, which we gathered in a Salem life from iou^ to 1840, and a Peters- 
burg life from 1840 to 1850; Including personal reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln and Peter C'art right. 
Forest City., 111., T.G.Oustot, 1902. 400 p. Incl. front., 111., port., plan. 23cm. [L.C. 2-27721] 
MENOMONIE, Wis. County seat of Dunn Co. 26 m. W. by E. of Eau Claire. 

Chappie, Joe Mitchell. The Stout Manual Training School. Nat'l M(Bost)]5(1901-2)501-7, ill., port. 
MENOTOMY, Mass. Ancient name of a precinct of Cambridge. 

Brown, Abram English. Menotomy parsonage. New Eng M 26(1901)80-92, ill., port. 
MERCHANT Marine. Vessels employed in domestic or foreign commerce. 

Abbot, Willis J[ohn]. American merchant ships and sailor-*... illustrated by Ray Brown. New York, 
Dodd, Mead & company, 1902. 1 p. 1., x, 372 p. front., ill., pi. 21cm. [Rev.ln:Nation 75(1902)481 
"popular and fascinating account of .. .development of... oar mercantile marine. . .only lacks. . .bibliog- 
raphy to make It of real value to... student of history"; Dial 34(1 90.") 89-110 "popular. .. [not much] 
minuteness of detail... can be cheerfully recommended." L.C. 2-25189] 

Marvin, Winthrop L[ippitt]. The American merchant marine; Its history and romance, from 1620 to 1902. 
New York, C.Scribner's sons, 1902. xvi p., 1 1., 444 p. 21%cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)541-2(W. 
B.Weeden) "sketchy and Interesting ... few of the qualities of history ... patriotic romance appeals to all 
of ns"; Nation 76(1902)421 "somewhat incoherent enthusiasm. . .entertaining. . .other works on these 
subjects... not likely to be superseded"; Dial 34(1903)89-90 "technical. . .explicit. . .copious. . .interesting 
reading ... can be cheerfully recommended." L.C. 2-24825] 
MERION, Pa. Village of Montgomery Co. 19 m. N.W. of Philadelphia. 

Smith, Benjamin H. The lands of Edward Jones and company In Merlon. Penn Mag 26(1902)52-57, ill. 
MEBRICK family. 

Merriok, George Byron. Genealogy of the Merrick Mirick Myrlck family of Massachusetts, 1636-1902. 
Madison, Wis., Tracy, Gibbs & company, 1902. vi, [2], 494 p. 3 pi. (1 col.) 12 port. (Incl. front.) 
23cm. [Rev.in:01d Northw Q 6(1903)27 "Printing. . .and binding. . .elegant. . .model genealogy." L.O. 
3-18025] 

MERRILL, Samuel (b.1822). Iowa soldier, Governor. 

Fleming, Wm. H. Governor Samuel Merrill. Annals of Iowa 5(1902)335-51, port. 
MERRILL family. 

Will of Nathaniel Merrill [of Newbnry, Mass., ab. 1655]. Ess Ant 6(1902)38-9. 



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MEERIMAC-MONITOE battle. Civil War naval battle in Hampton Roads, Va., March 8-9, 1868. 

B r o o k e, St. G. T. The Merrimac-Monitor battle. Transallegheuy Hist M 2(1902)30-42. 
MESA GRANDE, Cal. Village of Messina Indians. 

L u m m 1 s, Charles F. Two days at Mesa Grande. Out West 16(1902)602-12, ill., port. 
METHODIST Church. Arminian church founded by John Wesley, having several branches in U. S. 

C a 1 h o u n, John C. Documents on the Division of the Methodist Church 111 1844. Gulf Mag 1(1902)212. 

King, Rev. I. F. Introduction of Methodism in Ohio. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)165-219. 

Methodist Episcopal church. The constitution of the Methodist Episcopal church, and the constitutions and 
charters of the several organizations authorized by the General conference, to which is added the con- 
stitution of the Methodist Episcopal church. South. Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye; New York, Eaton it 
Mains [c!902] vii, 313 p. 18cm. [Edited by R.T.Miller and W.F.Whltlock, D.D. L.C. 3-4985] 

Methodist Episcopal church, South. The doctrines nnd discipline. 1902. Ed. by Jno. J. Tigert. . .Nash- 
ville, Tenn., Dallas, Tex., Publishing house of the M. E. church, South, Bigham & Sminth, agents, 1902. 
Till. 41S p. 16cm. [L.C. 3-4206] 

S i b 1 e y, Hiram L. The constitution of 1808. Meth R South 51(1902)659-6J. 

p e e r, J. Patriotism and education in the Methodist church. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)494-500. 

Tigert, John J[ames]. The doctrines of the Methodist Episcopal church in America, as contained in the 
disciplines of said church from 1788 to 1808, and so designated on their title-pages; comp. and ed. with 
an historical introduction.. Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye; New York, Eaton & Mains, 1902. 2 v. 15cm. 
(Little books on doctrine) [Contents. v. 1. The Scripture doctrine of predestination, election and rep- 
robation. Serious thoughts on the infallible, unconditional perseverance of all that have once experi- 
enced faith in Christ. Extract on the nature and subjects of Christian baptism. Against antinomian- 
ism. v. 2. A plain account of Christian perfection, as believed and taught by the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, 
from the year 1725 to the year 1765. Oi' Christian perfection. [51.Men.!n:Am Hist R 8(1902)200 "of 
interest to students of American church history." L.C. 2-18962] 

T u r r e n 1 1 n e, S. B. Methodism's educational mission in national life. Meth R South 51(1902)88-103. 
METHTJEN, Mass. Town of Essex Co. 2 m. N.N.W. of Lawrence. 

Mann, Charles W. The king's highway from Swan's Ferry to Back River Mill. New Eng M 26(1902) 

525-35, iU. 
MEXICAN War. War between U. S. and Mexico, April, 1846-Sept.. 1847. 

French, Samuel G[ibbsJ. Two wars: an autobiography... Mexican war; war between the States, a diary; 
reconstruction period, his experience; incidents, reminiscences, etc. Nashville, Tenh., Confederate vet- 
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[Letter] to Col. Jefferson Davis [1846]. Boat Bull 7(1902)330. 

Mannbardt, R. Deutsche Tbeilnehmer am Mexlkanischen Kriege von La Salle County. Deutsch-Am 

G 2.3(1902)48-9. 
MEXICO. Republic of southern N. A. bounded by U. 8., Atlantic, Guatemala, and Pacific. 

A n d r u s, S. G. Men and affairs in Mexico. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)345(D). 

A u s 1 1 n, O. P. Commerce of Mexico and the U. S. Nat Geog M 13(1902)25(Ja). 

B o y c e, Isaac. Mission work among Indians of Hob country, Vera Cruz, Mexico. "S*s Her 6(1902)221-3. 

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Davit, Andrew McFarUnd. Tracts relating to the currency of the Massachusetts Bay, 1682-1720; ed... 
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MONTGOMERY, Mass. Township of Hampden Co. about 16 in. N.W. of Springfield. 

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MORRIS, Thomas (1776-1844). Ohio IT. 8. senator, judge. 

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MORRIS County, N. J. A northern Co. of state. 

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MORROW County, Ore. Co. in north-central part of state. 

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MULVIHILL, Denis. Bridgeport, Conn., labor mayor. 

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MURPHY, John S. (1847-1902). Iowa editor. 

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Memorial of . . .Univ. of Nashville, to the Congress of the U. S. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)80-7. 
NAST, Thomas (1840-1902). Am. caricaturist, lecturer. 

M a u r 1 c e, A. B. Thomas Nast and his cartoons. Bookman 15(1902)19(Mr). 
NATCHEZ, Miss. City, capital of Adams Co., on Miss. R. 100 m. 8.W. of Jackson. 

M c G r a w, Daniel. Appeal of the Catholics of Natchez, Miss., to Archbishop Carroll for a priest 1816. 

Am Cath Res 19(1902)64. 

W 1 1 c o x, (Mrs.)G. Grlfllng. War time in Natchez. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)135-8. 
NATIONAL Academy of Science, organized 1863. 

The National Academy of Sciences. Nation 74(1902)322-4. 
NATIONAL parks. Parks set apart by the U. S. Gov't. 

M u 1 r, J. United States National parks. Nat'l M (Bost) 15(1901-2)533-40, ill., map. 
"NATIVE AMERICANISM." A term for anticatholic movements in TJ. S. 

D e s m o n d, H. J. Native Americanism. Am Cath Q 27(1902)747-60. 
NATURAL gas. Hydrocarbon gas for heating and illumination piped from well* to consumer. 

S c o t t, C. F. The discovery and development of natural gas in Kansas. Trans Kan Hist Soc (1901-2) 

7(1902)126-30. 
NATURALIZATION. Investing a foreigner with native rights. 

F r a n k 1 1 n, F. G. The legislative history of naturalization in the United States, 1776-1796. Am Hist A 

Rep '01,1(1902)299-317. 

NAVAHO (or Navajo) Indians. An Athapascan tribe of New Mexico and Arizona. 
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P e p p e r, G. H. Navajo blanket-making. Everybody's 3(1902)33(Ja). 
Snow, Clara M. An experience. South Work 30(1901)543-8, 111. 
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NEBRASKA. The central state of U. S., admitted 1867. 

Carr, Daniel M[athewJ. Progressive men of Nebraska; a book of portraits. Dodge County ed. ; introduc- 
tion by Ross L. Hammond; historical review of Dodge County; comp. from public and private records, 
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Cole, Gilbert L. Along the overland trail iu Nebraska in 1852. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)172-81. 

H a r d y, H. W. Reminiscences. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)207-11. 

Johnson, Hadley U. Communication of Hadley D. Johnson. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)51-8. 

L e 1 g h t o n, (Mrs.)Harriet W. Reminiscences of the crusade in Nebraska. Neb Hist S 11.6(1902)165-71. 

L o b i n g i e r, Charles Sumner. The Nebraska constitution. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)96-104. 

Marvin, George P. Bull-whacking days. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)226-30. 

Miller, George L. Newspapers and newspaper men [in Neb.]. Neb Hist 8 11.5(1902)31-47. 

Morton, 3. Sterling. Territorial journalism [Neb.]. Neb Hist S 11.5(1302)11-30. 

XI u n n, Eugene. Early freighting and claims club days In Nebraska. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)313-7. 

Nebraska. Bur. cf labor and industrial statistics. Nebraska's industries and resources. General descrip- 
tion of the state; counties and townships described: Omaha, Lincoln and South Omaha: statistical sum- 
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Nebraska State Historical Society proceeding* and collections. Second Scries. Vol. 5. 1902. Lincoln, 
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R a s t a 1 1, John B. Underground railroad in Nebraska. Neb Hlat S II.5(102)323. 

R e n n e r, F. Reminiscences of territorial days. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)60-8. 

R o 1 f e, D. P. Overland freighting from Nebraska City. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)279-93. 

S h e 1 d o n, A. E. A Nebraska episode of the Wyoming cattle war. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)138-49. 

T h a y e r, John M. The Pawnee war of 1859. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)231-46. 

Thompson,.!. M. The Farmers' Alliance In Nebraska. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)199-206. 

Tipton, Thomas Western. Forty years of Nebraska at home and In Congress. United States senator for 
Nebraska, 1867-1875. A special publication of the Nebraska state historical society. Lincoln, Neb.. 
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NEEDHAM, Matt. Village of Norfolk Co. 12 m. S.W. of Boston. 

Clarke, George K. Needhain marriages. 1720-1798. N E Reg 56(1902)30-9. 

C 1 a r k e, George Kuhn. Baptisms recorded by the ministers. . .of Needham, 1798-1849. 
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Clark .<:. K. Births recorded by the Rev. Jonathan Townsond in Neelham. 1749-1762. 
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Clarke, George Knhn, LL. B. Deaths recorded by the Rev. Jonathan Townsend, Needbam. 1749-1762. 

X E Reg 56(1902)265-70. 
NEGROES. Colored people of African birth or descent. 

Blair, Henry W. The negro problem. Indep 54(1902)442-4. 

Bryce, James. The relations of the advanced and backward races of mankind. Romanes lecture delivered 
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Calhoun, William P[atrick], The Caucasian and the nojrro in the United States. They must separate. If 
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Caste and anti-caste. Nation 75(1902)436. 

Conrad, Kate B. Uncle Stephen. South Work 30(1901)153-6, port. 

C o u n c 1 1 1, W. H. The American negro: an answer. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)40-4. 

D 1 c e y, A. V. Mr. Bryce and the relation between whites and Macks. Nation 75(1902)26-8. 

D o w d, Jerome. Colored men as cotton manufacturers. Gunton's M 23(1902)254-6. 

D n B o 1 s, W. E. Burghardt. Crime and the colored population. Nation 75(1902)499. 

D u B o i s, W. E. Burghardt. Of the training of black men. Atlan 90(1902)289-97. 

D u B o i s, W. E. Burghardt. The problem of housing thi- Negro. V. Tht- Southern city Negro of the 
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E 1 1 i o t, G. M. Crime and criminality In the Negro race. South Work 30(1901)636-41. 

H a w o r t h, Paul L. Negro disfranchlsement In Louisiana. Outl 71(1902)163-6. 

Higher education for the negro. Nation 74(1902)381-2. 

H o 1 c o m b e, A. R. Negro conditions sensibly discussed. Outl 72(1902)170-3. 

H o u t, J. Ant. Moeurs Amerioainpa. Blanc et nolrs. Nouv Fr 1(1902)368-80. 

L e g e r, A. Le reltvement des nfegres aux fttats-Unls. Corresp 10 F6v |UK)2). 



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List of works relating to the American Colonization Society, Liberia, negro colonization, ect., in the 
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Mcllwaine, Richard. Suffrage. An address before the Conference of Democratic Members of the Constitu- 
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Miller, Kelly. The expansion of the negro population. Forum 32(1902)671-9, table. 

The Negro Problem. How it appeals to a Southern white woman. Indep 54(1902)2224-2228. 

P o e, Clarence H. Should southern whites aid negro schools? Outl 71(1902)1010-3. 

P o e, Clarence H. Suffrage restriction in the South; its causes and consequences. No Am 175(1902)534-43. 

Punishment for a negro rebel [1688]. Wm M Q 10(1902)177-8. 

'The Q u e e n of St. Helena." South Work 30(1901)185-6. 

The reign of passion. So Atlan Q 1(1902)301-9. 

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S 1 e d d, Andrew. The negro: another view. Atlan 00(1902)65-73. 

S 1 1 m s o n, Henry A. The crux of the negro question. Bib Sac 59(1902)717-29. 

Terrell, Mary Church. Club work of colored women. South Work 30(1901)435-8. 

Tillinghast, Joseph Alexander. ...The negro in Africa and America... New York, For the American eco- 
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Honorable John Neilson. Rech Hist 8(1902)246, port. only. 
NELSON River, Canada. River of western Canada, connecting L. Winnipeg and Hudson Bay. 

D u g a s t, L'Abbe. Riviere Nelson. Rech Hist 8(1902)359. 
NEMAHA County, Kan. Co. in N.E. part of state. 

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Dr. Karl Neubert. Deutsch-Am G 2.2(1302)71. 
NEW BERN, N. Carolina. Port and capital of Craven Co. 108 m. E.S.E. of Raleigh. 

Kennedy, (Mrs.)Sara Beaumont. Colonial New Bern. N C Bookl 1.2(1901)3-20. 
NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada. An eastern Maritine province of the Dominion cf Canada. 

Bailey, Joseph Whitman. Some features of New Brunswick rivers. Acad 2(1902)114-8, ill. 

Oanong, William F. A monograph of the evolution of thn boundaries of the province of New Brunswick. 
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Bailey, Hollis Russell. Acadia and New England. Acad 2(1902)98-106. 

A brief description of the towns in New England, A. D. 1650. With an introduction, by Samuel A. 
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Carryl, Guy Wetmore. New England fisher-folk [Descriptive, not historic]. Harper 105(1902)909-16. 

Chamberlain, M. French ace. of raid upon the New England frontlet- in 1694. Acad 2(1902)249-66. 

Clark's 111 news from New-England: or a narrative of New-England persecution. Bibliog 1(1902)311-12. 



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Crawford, Mary C. ...The romance of old New England rooftrees... Boscou, L.C.Page & company, 1908 
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Flake, John. New France and England. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mlfflln and company, 1902. 1 p. 
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Ford, Worthington Chauncey. John Cotton's Mooes his Judlcialls and abstract of the laws of New Eng- 
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Kurd, Charles Edwin, comp. under. New England library of genealogy and personal history. Boston, New 
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Johnson, Clifton. New England and its neighbors. New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1902. 
TV, 335 p. incl. front., 111. pi. 20'jcm. [Contents. Midwinter in Valley Forge. When the White 
Mountains are white. A ruin beside Lake Champlaln. In the Adlrondacks. The home of Fenimore 
Cooper. An historic town In Connecticut. A Jaunt on Long Island. Life on a Green Mountain top. 
Down in Maine. Along the Jnnia'ta. Dwellers among the Catskills. A canal-boat royage on the Hud- 
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M 1 m s, Edwin. The renaissance in New England (1830-75). So Atlan Q 1(1902)224-37. 

Montague, Cha. Action of privy Council on petition of John Usher, treasurer and receiver general of 
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M o u 1 t o n, Augustus F. Church and state In New England. New Eng M 27(1902)96-111. 

Nash, Elizabeth Todd. Fifty Puritan ancestors, 1628-1660; genealogical notes, 1560-1900, by their lineal 
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"nothing unsubstantiated by original sources or acknowledged authorities"; N Y Rec 33(1902)188 [Con- 
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of research. . .accurate. . .good table of contents." L.C. 2-8223] 

New England and the tariff. Outl 72(1902)724-31. 

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Vol. 56. 1902. Boston, Pub. by the Society, 
quarterly 1902. 418+60. 

New England Magazine. New Series Vol. 25 A 26, 1901-2. Boston, American Co. Pub. quarterly. Vol. 
25, 1901-2. Vol. 26, 1902. pp 776, 768, 111. 

N o r t o a, C. A. Qulncy. The lights and lamps of early New England. Conn Mag 7(1902)501-13, 111., port. 

Peck, Grace Brownell. Amateur art in enrly New England. Harper 104,( 1901-2) 987-94, ill. 

Prentice, Thomas Morgan. Historical taverns in New England. Conn Mag 7(1902)469-72, 111. 

Proceedings at the Twenty-second Annual Meeting and Twenty-second Annual Festival of the New England 
Society In the city of Brooklyn. Officers, Directors, Council, Members, Standing Committees, and By- 
Laws of the Society. Borough of Brooklyn, 1902. 82 (1) pp. 4o. 

a m a 1 1, W. H. New England Grammar School, 1636-1700. School R 10(1902)513(S). 

Smyth, Egbert C. Mary Griffin and her creed. Am Antlq Soc N S 15 I (1902)9-24. 

Southwick, Jeanle Lea. A brief account of manners and customs in the New England colonies before 
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Tooker, W. W. Researches relating to th early Indians of New York and New England. No. 9 & 10. 
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Underbill, John. News from America, or a new and experimental discovery of New England. Underbill 

Soc. of Am. 1902, pp44, 80, pamphlet. 
NEW GERMANTOWN, New Jersey. Village of Hunterdon Co. 86 m. N. of Trenton. 

Fisher, Ben van D. Records of the Corporation of Zion In New Germantown In Weset Jersey. If Y 

Rec 32(1901)36-9,97-100,138-41,200-3; 33(1902)21-31,108-13,141-4,220-2. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. An original New England state of TJ. 8. 

B r e n n a n, James E. Association In New Hampshire, to stand by the Protestant succession, 1697. Am 
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Colby, James Fairbanks. Manual of the constitution of the state of New Hampshire. Comp. from official 
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Granite Monthly. A New Hampshire magazine devoted to history, biography, literature and state papers. 

Concord, v. 32, 1902. p. 6+399 (1) So. Same order as N. E. Mag and Conn. Mag. 111. magazine with 

some fiction and poetry, etc., but chiefly historical and descriptive state articles. 
J e n k i n s, F. W. Whittier's New Hampshire. Granite M 33(1902)201-13, ill. 
New Hampshire Historical Society Proceedings, v. 3. pt. 2. 1897-1899. Concord, N. H. 1902. pp. 173-534. 

So. 

Notes and Queries. Vol. 20. 1902. Manchester, N. H., S. C. & L. M. Gould, 1902. 
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S t o c k i n g, W. Michigan's New Hampshire pathmakers. Granite M 33(1902)81-9, port. 

NEW HARMONY, Ind. Village of Posey Co. 24 m. W.N.W. of Evansville. 

Lockwood, George Browning. The New Harmony communitii-s. Marion, Ind., The Chronicle Co., 1902. pp. 
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. City and port of New Haven Co. 74 m. E.N.E. of New York. 

Baldwin, Ernest H. How New Haven came to be in Connecticut. New Bug M 27(1902)379-87. 

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Crofts, Harold E. A traitor's daughter. Conn Mag 7(1902)273-83, ill. 

H a d 1 e y, Mary Hamilton. An old time pilgrimage in pursuit of science. New Eng M 25(1901)760-9. 
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Smith, Helena. The story of a New England canal. New Eng M 25(1901-2)707-11. 
NEW JERSEY. An original Middle Atlantic State of U. S. 

Batchellor, E. Ellen. Homes of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Am Month M 21 
(1902)205-6. 

Books and pamphlets relating to New Jersey history and biography, published in 1897. N J Hist S 2 
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Budd, Thomas. Good order established in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. [For details see same title under 
subject, Pennsylvania.] 

Glimpses of New Jersey coast resorts. A collection of choice photographic views of Asbury Park, Ocean 
Grove, Avon, Belmar, Spring Lake, Sea Girt, Allenhurst, Interlaken, Deal, Elberon, Hollywood, Mon- 
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The Jerseyman. Vol. 8. 1902. Flemingfon, N. J., H.E.Deats, pub. quarterly, 1902. pp. 34. 

LEE, Francis Bazley. New Jersey as a colony and as a state; one of the original thirteen; associate board 
of editors: William S. Stryker, LL. D. : William Nelson, A. M. : Garret D. W. Vroom: Ernest C. Richard- 
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map. 24%cm. [Rev.inrNation 74(1902)372-3 "Share of... Board of Editors. . .has. . .been a small one... 
uneven. . .often superficial and... is disappointing and unsatisfactory .. .good in part." L.C. 2-4711] 

M c R e y n o 1 d b, S. The home of trusts. World's Work 4(1902)2526-32, ill., facs. 

Mills, W[eymer] Jay. Historic houses of New Jersey; with numerous photogravure illustrations from 
drawings by John Rae & from photographs and rare prints. Philadelphia and London, J.B.Lippincott 
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Nelson, William. The New Jersey coast in three centuries; history of the New Jersey coast with genea- 
logical and historic-biographical appendix... New York and Chicago, The Lewis publishing company, 
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Saint Patrick's pence in New Jersey 1682. Am Cath Hist 19(1902)138-9. 

Some unpublished Revolutionary manuscripts, chiefly N. J. N J Hist S 3(1902)85-92. 
NEW MEXICO. A southwestern territory of the TT. S. 

Boyd, Nathan E. New Mexico and statehood. Admission Into the union essential to territory's material 
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citations from the laws of the United States relating to the use of watci for Irrigation. Washington, 
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d f P e r e a, Estlvan. Second "Report" on New Mexico 1632-3. Out West 15(1001)465-9. 

F e w k e 8, J. W. Ruined Pueblo In New Mexico. Am Geog Soc Bull 34O902)217(Je). 

Hyde, Albert E. The old regime In the Southwest. The reign of the revolver In New Mexico. Cent 
63(1901-2)690-701, ill. 

L. A week of wonders. II. Out West 15(1901)425-37; 16(1902)19-24, ill. 

Past year in New Mexico [In Presby. missions]. Ass Her 7(1902)429-431 

P r i n c e, L. Bradford. Holidays in New Mexico. Indep 54(1902)1468-72, ill. 

S w a n, A. M. Stone circles. Am Ant 24(1902)182. 

U. 8. Congress. Senate. Committee on territories. New statehood bill. [For details see same title under 
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Weeks, Stephen B. The Spaniards in the South and Southweset. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)241-52. 
NEW NANTUCKET. A former name of Baker Island, Oceanic*, acquired by V. S. 1856. 

Hague, James D. Our equatorial Islands. Cent 64(1902)653-70, ill., port. 
NEW ORLEANS, La. City and port on Miss. B. 141 m. W. by 8. of Mobile, Ala, 

G a s t o n, Will. Judge William Gastou to Bishop Neale concerning the "factious part of the New Orleans 
congregation," 1816. Am Cath Res 19(1902)06. 

H a 1 b e r t, Henry S. Bulbancha, Choctaw word for the town of New Orleans. Gulf Mag 1(1902)53-4. 

H o 1 c o m b e, A. R. The separate street-car law in New Orleans. Outl 72(1902)746-7. 

Zacharie, James 8. New Orleans guide, with descriptions of the routes to New Orleans, sights of the city 
arranged alphabetically. . .also, outlines of the history of Louisiana... New Orleans, F.F.Hansell & bro., 
ltd. [1902] 323 p. front., ill., col. pi., fold, map, plan. 19Vfccm. [L.C. -1137] 
"NEW THOUGHT." A metaphysical movement in V. 8. 

T y n e r, Paul. The metaphysical movement. R of Us 25(1902)312-20, port. 
NEW YORK. An original Middle Atlantic state of U. 8. 

Beach, William H[arrisonj. The first New York (Lincoln) cavalry from April 19, 1861 to July 7, 1865... 
New York, The Lincoln cavalry association, 1902. vli, 579 p. pi., port. 23%cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 
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Golden, Cadwallader. The history of the Five Indian nations of Canada which are dependent on the prov- 
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[For details see same title under the subject, Iroquois Indians.] 

Cost of the New York state Government. Nation 75(1902)125-6. 

Denton, Daniel. A brief description of New York, formerly called New Netherlands; reprinted from the 
original edition of 1670, with a bibliographical Introduction by Felix Neumann... Cleveland, The Bur- 
rows brothers company, 1902. 63 p. incl. facslm. 23%cm. ["Of this edition, ten copies only have been 
printed" 1. e. 10 copies printed on Japanese vellum, and 250 copies printed on handmade paper. This 
copy not numbered. With facsimile of t.-p. taken from the copy In the Library of Congress. Rev.in: 
Nation 75(1902)481 "commendable taste. . .shown. . .has been assigned to an expert editor. . .original 
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Fielde, Adele M[rion]. A political primer of New York city and state, the city under the revised charter 
of 1902... New York, The League for political education, 1902. xlt pp., 1 1., 118 pp. map. 17%cm. 
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The governor and the state hospitals. Char 9(1902)102-5. 

Hamm, Margherita Arlina. Famous families of New York; historical an<l biographical sketches of fami- 
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York, London, G.P.Putnam's sons [1902] 2 v. front., pi., port., facslm. 29cm. ["This work is based 
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Harrison, Mitchell C., comp. New York state's prominent and progressive men. N. Y., Tribune Assoc., 
1902. 3 v. 4o. 

Johnson, Clifton. New England and Its neighbors. [For details see same title under subject, New England.] 

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. Vol. 33. 1902. N. Y., Pub. by the Soc. quarterly. 
1902. pp. 5+283. 

New York (State) Adjutant-general's office. New York in the Spanish American war 1898. Rev. ed. 
Part of the report of the state. Transmitted to the Legislature of 1902. . . Albany, J.B.Lyon company, 
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New York (State) Council of appointment. Military minutes of the Council of appointment of the state 
of New York, 1783-1821. Comp. and ed. by Hugh Hastings, state historian. Henry Harmon Noble, chief 
clerk. Pub. by the state... Albany, J.B.Lyon, state printer, 1901-02. 4 v. front., 3 pi. 23cm. 



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[Paged continuously; vol. I: IT p., 1 1., 948 p.; vol. II: 1 p. 1., [949]-1840 p.; vol. Ill: 1 p. 1., [1841]-2446 
p.; vol. IV: [2447]-3038 p. Vol. I-III have running title: Annual report of the state historian. Vol. IV 
contains the Index of names and general inder. L.C. 3-14053] 

New York State Historical Association proceedings. Vol. 2. 1902. Pub. by the Association, 1902. pp. 74. 

Passengers to New Netherland [1654 to 1664]. Year book Holland Soc (1902)1-37. 

S k I n n e r, F. W. New Bast river bridge-, bridge builders' triumph. Munsey 26 ( 1902) 717 (F). 

South worth, Gertrude Van Duyn. The storj of the Empire state; history of New York told In story form; 
a supplementary reading-book for grammar grades. New York, D.Applaton and company, 1902. x, 213 
p. front., 111. 19%cm. [4J.Mun.ln:Dlal 34(1903)93 "interestingly written and illustrated." L.C.2-24853] 

Tooker, W. W. Researches relating to the early Indians of New York and New England. No. 9 & 10. 
N. Y., F.P.Harper, 1902. [For detail see same title under subject, New England.] 

Wolley, Charles. A two years' journal lu New York, and part of its territories In America. Reprinted 
from the original edition of 1701. With an Introduction and notes by Edward Gaylord Bourne... Cleve- 
land, The Burrows brothers company, 1902. 75 p. incl. facslm. 23 1 / &cm. [With facsim. t.-p. of 1st and 
2d Imprint, 1701. "Of this edition, two hundred find fifty copies have been printed, and the type dis- 
tributed." This copy not numbered. Rev.ln:Nation 75(1902)481 "commendable taste ... shown ... has 
been assigned to an expert editor. . .original title-pages are given In facsimile": Nation 76(1903)163 "re- 
print... very entertaining ... from its quaint style." L.C. 2-23619] 
NEW YORK (City), N. Y. Metropolis and chief port of America, on New York Bay. 

A g a r, John G. Legislative interference In New York. Munic Aff 6(1902)198-211. 

Architecture, N. Y. City. Archlt Rec 11 no 3(1902)84(Ja). 

A r n e 1 1, F. S. Evolution of New York city. Munsey 28(1902)172. 

Banta, Theodore M. prep. by. Year book of the Holland Society. 1902. pp. 14+179, L 80. cloth. [Rev.ln: 
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Blorkman, Edwin. The New York police court. Cent 65(1902-3)9-25. 

Blackshaw, Randall. The new New York. Cent 64(1902)493-513, 111. 

Brooks, Sydney. London and New York. Harper 104(1901-2)295-303, ill. 

Brace, Charles L. What the cities are doing for the children of the poor. New Eng M 25(1901-2)63-73. 

Changes in city land values. Nation 75(1901)476-6. 

r h u D in a n, F. M. American Museum of Natural History, New York. World's Work 5(1902)2761(N). 

Chapman, Frank M. Natural history for the masses. World's Work 5(1902-3)2761-70, ill. 

Childe, Cromwell. ...Trolley exploring; au electric railroad guide to historic and picturesque places about 
New York, New Jersey, and New England... [1903 7th rev. ed.] Brooklyn, Brooklyn daily eagle, 
1903. 112 p. front, (map) ill. 15%cm. (On cover: Brooklyn eagle library, no. 65) [also ed. 1902] 
[Advertising matter: p. 94-112. L.C. 3-12328t] 

Creedmoor, W. Problem of life in New York city. Munsey 27(1902)034(Jl),777(Ag). 

C r o 1 y, H. The contemporary N. Y. residence. Archit Rec 12(1902)704(D). 

D u e r, Elizabeth. New York society a generation ago. Harper 105(1902)109-14, 111. 

''Flatlron' 1 buildlntr. Archlt Rec 12(1902)528(0). 

Fort Washington, Published by the Empire State Soc. of the Sons of the Am. Rev. N. Y., 1902. pp. 123, 
imp. 80., boards, 111., maps. [Rev.in:N Y Rec 34(1903)305 "account of identification of site and dedica- 
tion of monument."] 

Friedman, Lee M. The changes In the allegiance and laws of colonial New York. Harvard Law Re- 
view 15(1901-2)810-28. 

Gage, Lyman J. The Chamber of Commerce and the currency. Indep 54(1902)3065-8, port. 

G o o d n o w, Frank J. The charter of the city of New York. Pol Sci Q 17(1902)1-23. 

Greater New York and one hundred miles around it, how reached. New York Crawford & Hyatt [1902] 
cover-title, 98 numb. 1. fold. map. 17^cm. [Printed on one side of leaf only. L.C. 2-10356] 

Hall, Edward Hagaman. The Old Martyrs' Prison, New York. Reprinted from "The City Record" of Oc- 

. tober 23, 1902. pp. 16. 

Hemstreet, Charles. Literary landmarks of New York. Critic 41(1902)41-9,168-65,238-45,333-40,427- 
32, 111., port., facs., map. 

Hemstreet, Charles. When old New York was young... New York, C.Scrlbner's sons, 1902. xi, 364 p. 
incl. ill., pi., plan. 21%cm. [Rev.ln:Am Hist R 8(1902)169(E.K.Alden) "[not] an historical authority 
...owing to the total absence of citations. . .readable"; Nation 74(1902)453 "Simple style ... accuracy ... 
careful research. . .solid information and clear precision." L.C. 2-12293] 

Hemstreet, Charles M. In the footsteps of Washington. Outl 70(1902)300-8, ill. 

The Independent vote of New York City. Nation 75(1902)374-6. 

Innei, J H. New Amsterdam and its people; studies, social and topographical of the town under 

Dutch and early English rule... New York, C.Scribner's sons, 1902. xlv p. 1 1., 365 p. front., pi., 
port., map, plan. 22cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)585(E.K.Alden) "fairly interesting group of studies 
traces of wide reading and has the hall-mark of scholarship ... illustrations and maps are well chosen... 
Udex ... scholarly and graphic"; Nation 75(1902)487-8 "much interesting variety of treatment. . .In these 



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little biographies la gathered a mine of incident and adventure. . .a full Index"; Dial 34(1903)202(E. Gran- 
ger) "style is not. . .to be commended. . .full of the material of history and romance, and worthy of care- 
ful study." L.C. 2-26626] 

L o o m 1 s, Charles Battell. New Year's day twenty years ago. Cent 63(1901-2)471-74. 

The Low administration. Nation 74(1902)5-6. 

L o w r y, Edward. The Bowery savings bank. World's Work 4(1902)2229-32. 

Matthews, Franklin. How New York educates its citizens. World's Work 4(1902)2211-16. 

Matthews, Franklin. "The organized conscience of the rich" [N. Y. Chamber of Commerce]. Wonu * 
Work 4(1902)2626-31. 

Korey, William C[arey . ...The government of New York; its history and administration... New York, 
London, The Macmlllan company, 1902. xili, 294 p. 19%cm. (Handbooks of American government) 
["References" at beginning of each chapter. L.C. 2-2267CJ 

New York library club. Libraries of Greater New York. Manual and historical sketch of the New York 
library club. New York, 1902. ill, 185 p. 20cm. [Preface signed: Geoige Watson Cole, Charles Alex- 
ander Nelson, Arthur Elmore Bostwlck. "The Committee is indebted to> its chairman for compiling the 
List of libraries, to Mr. Nelson for the 'Historical sketch' and the other historical matter in the 'Man- 
ual,' and to Mr. Boetwlck for the List of 'Members' of the club." 283 libraries reported. Data fur- 
nished under each name: Librarian, history, regulations, resources. "Index to special collections": p. 
100-104. Rev.ln:Nation 75(1902)32 "List of libraries in [New York]. . .valuable index to special collec- 
tions. . .historical sketch of... club"; Dial 32(1902)393 "alphabetical and annotated. . .historical sketch." 
L.C. 2-14711] 

Petition of the Catholics of New York to the Continental Congress, December, 1783. Am Cath Res 
19(1902)67. 

Rand, XoNally tc oo.'t handy guide to New York city, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and other districts Included 
In the enlarged city. By Ernest Ingersoll... 12th ed... Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally & co., 
1902. 228 p. front., ill., fold. map. 18cm. [L.C. 2-19888] 

The religious condition of New York. Miss R 26(1 902 )?17-18. 

Riis, Jacob A[ugust]. The battle with the slum... New York, London, The Macmlllan company, 1902. 
xl, 465 p. incl. 111., pi. front (port.) 21^cm. ["The battle with the slum" Is properly the sequel to 
"How the other half lives." Rev.lnrNation 76(1903)338-9 "most... is a republlcatlon ... copiously Illus- 
trated... has plenty of real Interest without the pictures"; Dial 34(1903)119-20(T.D.A.CockereU) "style 
Is rambling. . .occasionally obscure. . .but. . .Is a live book, full of human interest, and is the record of 
great things done." L.C. 2-25775] 

R 1 o r d a n, Roger. The building of a cathedral. Cent 63(1901-2)562-4, 111. 

Roosevelt, T. New York city Police force. Chamb J 79(1902)673(0). 

Rnge, Cl. New Yorker Knnstleben. Kunstchron. (1902) No. lit. 

K u h 1, Arthur. Building New York's subway. Cent 04(1902)894-907, ill., port. 

8 h e p a r d, Edward M. The second mayoralty election in Greater New York. Atlan 89(1902)192-208. 

Singleton, Esther. Social New York under the Georges 1714-1776; houses, streets and country homes, with 
chapters on fashions, furniture, china, plate and manners... New York, D.Appleton and company, 1902. 
xlx, 407 p. incl. front., ill. 24cm. [Rov.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)550-1 (Ruth Putnam) "morsels are chosen 
with Judgment and discrimination. . .fairly graphic whole. . .painstaking and conscientious. . .has real 
value as a study of conditions. . .treatment is effective and suggestive"; Nation 76(1903)153 valuable... 
very good view... a provincial museum, not to be neglected by any one who cares for history"; Dial 33 
(1902)471 "clear picture. . .documentary tone... grows a little wearisome. . .of real historical value." 
L.C. 2-28275] 

8 t e 1 n e r, Edward A. The Russian and Polish Jew in New York. Outl 72(1902)523-39, 111. 

The tone of Lincoln (Reform campaign 1901). Cent 63(1901-2)474-5. 

W 1 c k h a m, Gertrude Van Rensaelaer. The naming of New York. Am Month M 21(1902)1-6. 

Williams, Jetse Lynch. New York sketches... New York, C.Scribner's sons, 1902. xli, 133 p. col. 
front., 111. 26 x 18%cm. [Contents. The -water-front. The walk up-town. The cross streets. Rural 
New York city. Rev.ln:Nation 76(1903)153 "neither text or pictures are thoroughly satisfactory... 
rather a prettified New York"; Dial 33(1902)472 "not associations, literary or historical, that interest... 
bnt the pulsing humanity and fascinating variety." L.C. 2-27728] 

Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. New York: old & new; Its story, streets, and landmarks. . .with many illustra- 
tions from prints and photographs, and with decorations by Edward Stratton Holloway. Philadelphia & 
London, J.B.Llppincott company, 1902. 2 v. front., pi. 21cm. [Contents. v. 1. section 1. New Am- 
sterdam and its burghers, section 2. The sway of the English, section 3. New York as a free city. 
v. 2. section 1. Through the old city, section 2. The Common to Love lane, section 3. Bloomingdale and 
beyond. Rev.in:Dlal 34 (1903) 202-3 (E. Granger) "popular ... fairly good index. . .entertaining, and... in- 
structive. . .has succeeded very well... most serious fault... Is the frequent use of quotations without 
specifying their authors. . .entire absence of notes"; Nation 76(1903)153 "not very well written ... too 
much... for a handbook." L.C. 2-26088] 



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Woodruff, Clinton Rogers. Municipal situation In New York. Gunton's M 23(1902)380-4. 

The world's financial centre. World's Work 4(1902)2040-4. 
NEW YORK Evening Post. Daily paper founded 1801. 

New York Evening Post: hundredth anniversary number, Nov. 16, 1801-1901. N. Y., N. Y. Eve. Post, 1902. 
N. Y. PUBLIC LIBRARY. Combination of Aster, Lenox and Free circulating libraries with Tilden Trust. 

B 1 1 1 1 n g s, J. S. Report of the director for the year ending June 30, 1902. N Y Bull 6(1902)388-415. 

Laying of the cornerstone of the New York public library. Lib J 27(1902)941-2. 
NEWARK, N. J. City of Essex Co. 9 m. from New York. 

Hill, Frank Pierce, and Collins, Varnum Lansing. Books, pamphlets and newspapers printed at Newark, 
New Jersey, 1776-1900. Privately printed [Newark, Private press of Courier-Citizen company] 1902. 
296 p. 23cm. 1553 titles, arranged chronologically; followed by index of printers, "authors and titles. 
Running title: Newark Imprints. "Edition limited to three hundred copies." Appendix; titles obtained 
too late for Insertion In the body of the book: p. [238]-269. Rev.in:Natiou 76(1903)53 "Incomplete... 
very laudable and useful undertaking. . .edition. . .limited." L.C. 3-2045] 

Russell, Imogen. Old-time days in Newark and a half-century of St. Mark's parish. Newark, N. Y., J.H. 
Teller, 1902. 64 p. front., pi. 22cm. [L.C. 2-20480] 

Thowless, Herbert [Lando]. Historical sketch of the city of Newark, New Jersey. [Newark, Holbrook 
Newark directory co., 1902] cover-title, 54 p. 111. 23 1 / cm. [Originally printed as an Introduction to 
the 1902 edition of Holbrook's Newark directory. 250 to 300 copies separately printed for private circu- 
lation. (Letter from author) L.C. 3-6346] 

NEWBURG, N. Y. City of Orange Co. on Hudson R. 60 m. N. of New York. 
The Palatines' church at Newburg.' N. Y. Pa-Ger 3(1902)87-9, 111. 

Historical Papers. No. IX. Newburg, N. Y., 1902. 8vo. pamplet, FP- 64. [Rev.in:N Y Rec 34(1903)7(1 
NEWBURY, Mass. Township of Essex Co. 

Currier, John J[ames]. History of Newbury, Mass., 3635-1902... Boston, Damrell & Upham, 1902. 755 p. 
incl. ill., map, facslm. front. 24cm [Rev.lu:N Y Rec 34(1903)302-3 "latest and best... aside fro-' Its 
historical value useful to genealogists. . .complete index"; N E Reg 57(1903)235(6. A. Gordon) "historical 
spirit pervades. . .appendix of valuable statistics. . .full index." L. C. 2-30402] 
NEWBURY, Vt. Village and township of Orange Co. 30 m. E.8.E. of Montpelier. 

Wells, Frederic P. History of Newbury, Vermont, from the discovery of the Coos country to present time. 
With genealogical records of many families. ...In behalf of the town. St. Johnsbury, Vt., The Cale- 
donian co., 1902. xlv p., 1 1., 779 p. front., pi., port., map. 25cm. [Rev.ln:N Y Rec 33(1902)255 
"most creditable to all concerned." L.C. 2-7819] 

NEWBURYFORT, Mass. City and port of Essex Co. 35 m. N.N.E. of Boston. 
Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of The Meeting House of the First Religious Society in New- 

buryport. Oct. 31, 1901. Newburyport. 1902. pp. 61, 80. 
NEWCOMB College. Women's Dep't. of Tulane Univ., New Orleans, La. 

1) n v i e s, M. (H. Sophie) Newcomb College for Women. Nat'l M (Bost) 17(1902)195(N). 
NEWFOUNDLAND. Large island in Atlantic 0. at mouth of Gulf of St. Lawrence, a British Colony. 
Bond, Robert. Newfoundland's hopes and trials. Indep 54(1902)2335-9, pert. 
L o r i n, Henri. La question de Terre Neuve. Quest Dlpl et Colon June(l.X)2)644-53. 
M ' G r a t h, P. T. The Anglo-French-American shore. No Am 174(1902)113-23. 
M c G r a t h, P. T. Relentless pursuit of the Newfoundland caribou. Outing Oct(1902)60-9. 
P r o w s e, D. W. The Hay-Bond treaty. Nation 75(1902)498-9. 

A year book and almanac of Newfoundland for 1902. St. John's, Newfoundland, J.W. Withers, 1902. pp. 
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NEWFOUNDLAND Fishing Banks. Submarine plateaus along coast of Newfoundland. 

M c G r a t h, P. T. On the Grand Banks. Ainslee's M Mar(1902)172-80. 
NEWLAND. William Augustine (1813-91). Fbila. Cath. organist, musical composer. 

R e u s s, Francis X. Sketch of the life of Professor William Augustine Newland, last of the old time 

Philadelphia Catholic organists. A.D. 1813-1801. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)285-324,378, port. 
NEWMARCH, John (d.1754). Maine clergyman. 

D e n n e t t, M. and others. Death of the rev'd John Newmarch. Kittery 1754. Old Eliot Me 6(1902)81-8(5. 
NEWPORT, R. I. City and Summer resort of Southern Rhode Island. 
Manners, Mary. Life at Newport. Everybody's 7(1902)486(N). 
NEWRY, 8. C. A new mill town in foot hills of the Blue Ridge Mts. 
A Southern mill village. Goofed Vet 10(1902)514-5, ill., port. 
NEWSAM, Albert (1809-1864). Phila. deaf mute lithographic artist. 

Stauffer, D. McN. Lithographic portraits of Albert Ntwsam. Penn Mag 25(1901)109-13(Addenda); 26 
(1902)382-6( Addenda) . 



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NEWSPAPERS, Am. Periodical giving- record of current, events. 

American newspaper annual for 1902. Phila., N.W.Ayer & Son. [Rev.in:Nation 75(1902)207 "Gazetteer 

and atlas serviceable to others than advertisers. . .has an established place at the front."] 
Check list of Brooklyn and Long Island newspapers in the N. Y. Public Library. N Y Bull 6(1002)20-1. 
Dana, John Cotton. What we read. World's Work 3(1901-2)1892-3. 
Fisher, Brooke. The newspaper industry. Atlan 89(1902)745-53. 

Griffin, Martin I. J. Some early day Catholic papers. Am Cath Res 19(1902)153-4. 
II u 1 1, A. L. Bound newspaper files in the library of the University of Georgia, at ...hens. Gulf Mag 

1(1902)205-6. 

Louisiana newspaper flies in the Library of Congress. Gulf Mag 1(1902)128-33. 

[Rowell, George Fresbury]. Leading newspapers, considered from the advertiser's standpoint. Seven sep- 
arate selections, comp. by the editor of Printers' ink from the American newspaper directory... New 
York, G.P.Rowell & Co. [c!902] 204 p. front, (port.) 13y a cm. [L.C. 3-10381] 
Texas newspaper files In the Library r.f Congress. Gulf Mag 1(1902)33-7. 
NEWTON County, Miss. Co. in E. part of Missippi. 

B r o w n, A. J. Antiquities of Newton county, Mississippi. Miss Hist P 0(1902)441-8. 
NIAGARA FALLS. Cataract of Niagara R. which connects Lakes Erie and Ontario. 

D u n 1 a p, (trrin E. Niagara The scene of perilous feats. Cosmopol 32(1901-2)358-70, ill., port. 
L a u g e r, H.- Nlagarafalle. Voiu Pels z Meer (1902)13.H., ill. 

L a n g s 1 o w, R. A Niagara Falls tourist of the year 1817. Being the journal of Captain Richard Langs- 
low of the Honorable East India Service. Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)111-33. 
W e 1 c h, T. V. How Niagara was made free. The passage of the Niagara Reservation Act in 1885. Pub 

Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)325-59. 

NICARAGUA. A republic of Central America, between Honduras and Costa Rica, Atlantic and Pacific ocean. 
D a w I e y, Thomas R. Nicaragua: The country and the people. Outl 70(1002)1015-19. 

Walker, J[ames] W[ilson] G[rimes]. Ocean to oc-ean; au account, personal and historical, of Nicaragua 

and its people... U. S. N.; with illustration)) from original photographs and mnps. Chicago, A.C.McClurg 

& co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 309 p., 1 1. front., pi., map. 21%fm. [Rev.iu:Dlal 32(1902)380? Wallace Rice) "a 

pleasant recital of his own experiences. . .an historical account of Nlcarngua. . .of value.' L.C. 2-7638] 

NICHOLSON, Francis (tt.1700). Va. and Md. Governor. 

Papers relating to the administration of Governor NichoUou and to the founding of William and Mary 

College. Va Mag 9(1902)251-62. 

NIEMCEWICZ, J. U. (ab. 1758-1841). Polish poet and patriot, visited Am. In the interests of his country. 
K <> z 1 o w a k i, W. M. Ford, Wortbington C. A visit to Mt. Vernon a century ago. A few pages of an 

unpublished diary of the Polish poet, J. C. Nlemcewlcz. Cent 63(1901-^)510-22, ill., port., facs. 
NILES, John Milton (1787-1866). Conn. U. 8. cenator, Postmaster-General, writer. 

N i 1 e s, John M. [Letter] to David Henshaw [1830]. Boat Bull 7(1902)267-8. 
NINDE, William Xavier (1832-1901). Am. Methodist Bishop over China, Japan and Korea. 

[Ninde, Mary L [ William Xavier Ninde; a memorial, by his daughter... New York, Katon & Mains; 

Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye [1902] 9, [1], 21)0 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 23cm. [L.C. 2-21375] 
NISSOURI, Ontario. Village in Oxford Co. 8 m. N. of Thamesford. 

B ro w n, L. D. Indian occupation in Nlsaourl. Ontario Annual Archeol Rep 1901(1902)38-43. 
NIXON, Lewis (b.1861). N. Y. shipbuilder and politician. 

Matthews, Franklin. "Who is Nixon?" World's Work 3(1901-2)1996-2002, port. 
The real Tammany. Nation 74(1902)401-2. 
NOLAN, Thomas (d.1900). N. Y. lawyer. 

Stansbury, Charles Frederick. The barrister; being anecdotes of the late Tom Nolan of the New York bar 

(With portrait)... New York, Mab press [1902] viii, 204 p. front, (p.)rt.) 18%cm. iL.C. 2-10353] 
NOME, Alaska. Cape and mining town on central Alaskan coast. 

McKoe, Lanier. The land of Nome; a narrative sketch of the rush to our Bering sea gold-fields, the coun- 
try, Its mines and its people, and the history of a great conspiracy 1900-1901, by Lanier McKee. New 
York, The Grafton press [1902] U p., 1 1., 260 p. 19%cro. [Rev.ln:Nation 74(1902)296 "...true to life 
.. .interest. . .lies in... details of... most remarkable conspiracy to defraud. . .a mining community by pro- 
cess of law"; Dial 32(1902)380(Wallaee Rice) "breezily told narrative. ' L.C. 2-10024] 
' 8 c r o g g s, Josephine V. Fourth of July at Nome, Alaska. Overland n s 40(1902)59(J1). 
S c r o g g s, Josephine V. Nome, Alaska; a day's journey on the Wild Goose Railway. Overland n a 39 

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NORFOLK County, Mats. Co. in the E. part of state. 

Old Norfolk County records. Ess Ant 5(1901)12-15,46-8,77-9,133-8,179-83; 6(1902)41-4,83-6,131-5,171-80. 
NORFOLK County, Va. County in S.E. part of state. 

Abstracts from Norfolk county marriage bonds. Low Norf Aut 3(1901)124-9; 4(1902)9-24,54-63. 
NORFOLK, Va. City and port of Norfolk Co. 106 m. S.E. of Richmond. 
Norfolk Academy. 1848. Low Norf Aut 4(1902)26-32. 

Old St. Paul's and the bombardment of Norfolk January 1, 1776. Am Mouth M 21(1902)284-8. 
St. Paul's church, Norfolk, 1848. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)8-9, ill. 
Schools [Va.] Low Norf Ant 4(1902)36-9. 
NORRIS, Frank (1870-1902). American writer. 

The death of Mr. Frank Norris. World's Work 5(1902-3)2830, port. p. 2815. 
NORSEMEN in America. Pre-Columbian discovery by Norwegians. 

B 1 u d a u, A. Entdeckgn. d. Normanucn in Amerika. Germania (1902) No. 13-16. 

Fischer, Joseph. Die entdeckungeu der Normauueu iu Amerika. Unter besonderer berlickslchtigung der 
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. Town of Berkshire Co. 20 m. N.N.E. of Pittsfleld. 

B., L. V. North Adams, Mass. Nat'l M (Bost) 16(1902)625-9, ill. 
NORTH AMERICA. Northern continent of western hemisphere. 

K 1 o s s e 1, M. H. Grund u. Boden in Nordam. Beit z Kolon Pol ( 1902)770-78. 
Moltke, O. Nord- Amerika... Ber. Mettler, 1902. 80. M. 1-60. 
NORTH CAROLINA. An original South Atlantic state of U. 8. 
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1902(?) [61.Men.ln:South Hist A Pub 61 1902)181 "statistics of that church in the State."] 
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[For details see same title under subject, Virginia.] 

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North Carolina in the Civil War. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)328-34. 
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NORTH DAKOTA. A northwestern state of U. S., admitted 1889. 

B 1 a c k b u r n, W. M. Historical sketch of North and South Dakota.. . S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902) 

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NORTH Londondery, N. H. Hamlet of Rookingham Co. 6 m. S.E. of Manchester. 

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NORTHAMPTON, Mass. Village of Hampshire Co. 17 m. N. by W. of Springfield. 

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...Northampton of today; depicted by pen and camera [1902-03] Frederick Kuab, artist. Northampton. 
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NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 36 m. W. of Boston. 

White, Martha E. D. Westborough and Northborough. New Eng M 20(1902)721-38, ill. 
NORTHERN Securities Co. R. R. securities Trust attacked under the Anti-Trust law. 

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Railway consolidation. Chant 34(1901-2)354-5. 
NORTHUMBERLAND County, Va. An eastern Co. of Virginia. 

B e a 1 e, G. W. Early tombs in Westmoreland, Richmond and Northumberland counties. Win M Q 11 

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NORTHWEST boundary. Boundary between U. 8. and Canada, west of tho Rooky Hts. 

U. 8. Congress. Senate. Committee on foreign relations. Foreign office correspondence. 1856-1871. 
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NORTHWEST, U. 8. 

Chittenden, Hiram M. American fur trade of the far west, etc. [For details see same title under sub- 
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Colonization of the Old Northwest Territory. Ess Ant 6(1902)145-7, ill. 
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NORTHWOOD, N. H. Township of Rookingham Co. 

Gate, George W. Address delivered by Hon. George W. Cate at the "Old Home Week" celebration at 

Northwood, N. H., on Friday, Aug. 22, 1902. Northwood, N. H., 1902. pp. 12. 80, port. 
NORWALK, Conn. Town of Fairfleld Co. 22 m. 8. of Danbury. 

Scott, Angelina. Norwalk, Connecticut. New Eng M 26(1902)588-606, 111. 
NOVA SCOTIA. The most easterly maritime province of the Dominion of Canada. 
An act for the importation of salt into Nova Scotia, 1761. Acad 2(1902)118-21. 
Du Boscq de Beaumont, Gaston. ...Une France oubll&e; 1'Acadie, par Gaston Du Boseq de Beaumont... 

[For details see same title under subject, Canada.] 

Report of the Department of Mines [Nova Scotia] for the year ending 30th September, 1901. Halifax, 
N. S., T.C.Allen & co, 1902. [Rev.ln:Hlst Pub Canad '02, 7(1903)153-5 "unsatisfactory. . .although sta- 
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Silver, Arthur P. Moose-hunting in Nova Scotia. Empire R 4 400-4. 
OAKLAND County, Mich. Co. in the 8.E. part of Michigan. 

B a 1 d w 1 n, A. C. Oakland County Its bench and bar prior to 1840. Mich Hist Col '01,31(1901)152-72. 
OAKLEY, Violet (fl.1902). Am. illustrator, designer in glass. 

Morris, Harrison S. Violet Oakley. Bk-Buyer 24(1902)294-9, 111., port. 
OBER family. 

Putnam, Eben. Richard Ober, of Beverly, Mass., nnd his parentage. Gen Q M 3(1902)93-4. 
O'BRIEN, Jeremiah (1744-1818). Captain in the navy in Am. Revolution. 

Sherman, Andrew M[agoun]. Life of Captain Jeremiah O'Brien, Machine, Maine, commander of the first 
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156 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

O'BRIEN, John P. J. (1818-50). Phila. officer in the Mexican War. 

O'Reilly, Isabel. ...Brevet-Major Johii P. J. O'Brien. A. D. 1818-150. Ain Cath Hist 13(1902)137- 

64,257-84. 
OCCANEECHEE Island, Va. Is. in Roanoke R. near Clarksville, Mecklenburg Co. 

Occaneechee Island. Wm M Q li (1902)121-2. 
OCHS, Adolph 8. (b.1858). Am. newspaper publisher. 

A d o 1 p h S. Ochs. World's Work 4(1902)2474, port. only. 
OCHTERLONEY family. 

W a t k I n a, W. K. The Scotch ancestry of MaJ.-Gen. Sir David Ochterloney, Bart, a native of Boston, 

in New England. N E Reg 56(1902)187-95, port. 
O'CONNOR, Charles P. (1340-97). Pa. Cath. educator. 

Rev. Chas. P. O'Connor, D. D. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)56,125. port. 
ODELL, Benjamin B. (b.1354). N. Y. Congressman, Governor. 

B e a t t i e, Robert H. Governor Odell: A character sketch. R of Rs 26(1902)676-8, port. 

The Governor and the state hospitals. Char 9(1902)102-5. 
ODLIN, Woodbridge (1810-98). N. H. banker and merchant. 

Woodbridge Odlin [obituary]. N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)300-3, port. 
O'DONNELL, Lawrence (1818-1902). Catholic priest. 

Brother Lawrence O'Donnell, 0. S. F. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)252, poit. 
OGALALA Indians. A branch of the Sioux, Pine ridge reservation. 

S c o v 1 1 1 e, Annie Beecher. Ogalala days in school. South Work 30(1001)646-9. 
OGBEN, Robert C. (b.1836). N. Y. merchant, philanthropist. 

Robert C. Ogden. Worold's Work 3(1901-2)1913, port. only. 
OHIO. A north central state of U. 8. admitted 1802. 

Fowke, Gerard. Archaeological history of Ohio; the Mound builders and later Indians. Published by the 
Ohio state archaeological and historical society. Columbus, O., Press *jt F.J.Heer, 1902. xvi, 760 p. 
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184-5 "purely archaeological. . .has historical value of a negative character ... on the constructive side... 
practically nothing. . .real Independence of view cautious. . .as to opinions"; Nation 75(1C02)509 "accu- 
rate and sane in treatment. . .a valuable book... will do> much to substitute. . .fact for romance con- 
cerning our Mound Builders and later Indians"; Am Ant 24(1902)255-8 "calculated to do 
more harm than good" ... "contains inor<- abusive, slanderous and unbecoming language than has ap- 
peared In any sclantiflc book for years" ... "total unreliability"; Am Antiq 24(1902)258-61 (J.P.McLean) 
"7CO pages, profusely illustrated. . .attractive in appearance ... most dogmatic, arrogant, intolerant, 
waspish and llbelous book. . .errors. . .numerous. . .great disappointment iu almost every particular. . .au- 
thor... not familiar with. . .antiquities of Ohio." L.C. 2-16102] 

King, Rev. I. F. Introduction of Methodism in Ohio. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)165-219. 

Knabenshue, S. S. Indian laud cessions in Ohio. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)249-55. 

M ' C 1 1 n t o c k, W. T. Ohio's birth struggle. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)44-70. 

M c F a r 1 a n d, R. W. The Chillicothes. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)230-31. 

M a 1 t b i P, Milo Roy. Home rule in Ohio. Munic Aff 6(1902)234-44. 

Mathews, Alfred. Ohio and her Western Reserve, with a story of three st-ites leading to the latter, from 
Connecticut, by way of Wyoming, its Indian wars and massacre. . . New York, D.Appleton and com- 
pany, 1902. xxiii, 330 p. incl. 111., map. front., pi., port. 19%cm ([Expansion of the republic 
series]) [Rev.in:Dial 35(]903)345-8(J.O.Pierce) "packed full of interesting statistical information. 
Connecticut's charter claims reached westward over the northern limits of the present states of Penn- 
sylvania and Ohio;. . .story of the attempts of Connecticut to make. . .western claims actual possessions 
by organized settlements, Is here retold by Mr. Mathews with all its inherent glamour of romance": 
Nation 76(1903)98-9 "treated with energy, eloquence, and plausibility, with provincial prejudice. . .must 
provoke much damaging criticism and. . .refutations"; Am Hist R 8(1903)585-6 "vigorous style. . .inter- 
esting[ly] popular. . .material is not original. V L.C. 2-29422] 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Publication. v.10(!90l-2)pp.593. v.ll(1902)pp.486 (Including an 
index to first 11 vols. p.267-486. Columbus, O., Pub. by Ohio State Arch, and Hist. Soc. 80. 

Ohio Day at Pan-American Exposition. July 18,1901. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)123-45. 

Ohio. Library commission. Sketches of Ohio libraries. Comp. by C. B. Galbreath, state libra: inn. Board 
of library commissioners: J. F. McGrew, president, O. E. Niles, Charles Orr. Columbus, F.J Heer, state 
printer, 1902. 394, 268 p. ill., fold. map. 25cm. [Appendix (also issued separately earlier in the 
year) is separately paged and has special index ;md t.-p. : Newspapers and periodicals in Ohio state 
library, other libraries of the state, and lists of Ohio newspapers in tco Library of Congress and the 
Historical society of Wisconsin... Index: p. 367-369. [L.C. 3-25386] 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 157 

Ohio, the site of thi garden of Bilen. The Serpent Mount, the house of Adam aud Eve. The theory of 

Rev. Landon West. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)225-31. 
The "Old Northwest" Genealogical quarterly, vol. 5. Columbus, O. Pub. by "Old Northwest" Geneological 

Society. 1902. pp. 171-80. 

r t h , S. P. The municipal situation In Ohio. Forum 33(1902)430-7. 

R a n (1 u 1 1, E. O. Ohio in early history tmd during the Revolution. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)395-434 

R a n d a I 1, E. O. Ohio's part In the American Revolution. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902') 102-7. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Ohio. Am Mouth M 21(1902)460-2. 

Roberts, Frank H. H. The nation and the state: civil government of Ohio... with an Introduction by 
Grace Raymond Hebard... Syracuse, X. Y., C.W.Bardaen, 1902. 22i) p. incl. front., map. IS^cm. 
[L.C. 2-16234] 

Seventeenth annual meeting of the Ohio State Archaeological aud Historical Society. Ohio Arch 
& Hist Pub 11(1902)71-92. 

8 i k e s, George C. The city government question in Ohio. Outl 71(1902)1008-10. 

Wallace, Frederick Stephen. The SIxty-nrst Ohio volunteers, 1861-1865. Written and comp... Marys- 
vllle, O., Pub. for private circulation by T. Mullen, 1902. 37 p. 19%cin. [L.C. 3-7949] 

Wilson, Stella S[hoemaker]. ...Ohio... New York, London, The MacmUlau company, 1902. viil, 100 p. 

ill., map. 18% x 15*4cm. (Tarr and McMurry geographi-'s. Supplementary volume) [L.C. 2-14680] 
OHIO valley. Watershed of Ohio R. in Ohio, Ind. . 111. and Xy. 

R i c h t e r, Aug. Vor hundert Jahren. Deutftch-Am G 2.2(1902)63-5. 

Wilson, William Bender. From the Hudson to the Ohio. A region of historic, romantic and sceuio inter- 
est, and other sketches. Philadelphia, Kensington press, 1902. 206 p. Incl. 111., pi., port. 24 [L.C. 
2-19411] 
OJIBWA (or Chippewa) Indians. The largest Algonquian tribe, of the Great Lake region. 

Barrows, Mabel Hay. "Hiawatha" among the Ojibwa Indians. Soufi Work 30(1901)771-6, ill. 
OKLAHOMA. A territory of the U. S. partitioned from Indian Territory, 1893. 

Elder, Frederick 8. The public lands of Oklahoma: or, What ere you going to do about it? [Norman, 
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H a rg e r, C. M. Oklahoma and the I. T. as they are to-day. R of Rs 25(1902)177-81, ill. 

James Mooney'8 ethnological woik The Klowus of western Oklahoma. Gulf Mug 1(1902)223. t 

V. 8. Congress. Senate. Committee on territories. New ctatehood bill. [For details see same title un- 
der subject, Arizona.] 
OLIVE industry. Raising and marketing of olives. 

Jones, Helen Lukens. A great American olive ranch. World's Work 3(1901-2)1751-6, ill. 
OMAHA Indians. A Siouan tribe of Nebraska. 

<; 1 e a son, F. D. Social life among the Indians, II. Omaha burials. So-nti Work 30(1901)156-8. ill. 
OMAHA, Neb. City of Douglas Co. on Missouri R. at eastern border of state. 

Cox, W. W. My first trip to Omaha. Neb Hist S II. 5(19-12)69-82. 

1 r v i n e, C. Recollections of Omaha, 1855-61. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)150-60. 
Lighten, William R. Omaha, the prairie city. Atlan o9( 1902)545-54. 

ONONDAGA Indians. A tribe of the Iroquoii Confederacy of N. Y. state. 

H e n n 1 n g, Charles L. Hiawatha and the Onondaga Indians. Open Court 16(iC02) 459-66; 550-8, port. 
ONONDAGO County, N. Y. A central Co. of the state. 

8 e 1 s c o, L. D. Onondaga County record* 1789-90. N Y Rec 32(1901)25-30,108-11,156-60,204-6; 33(1902) 

17-21,76-8,156-60,242-6. 

ONTARIO. Province of Canada bounded by Ottawa and St. Lawrence rivers and Great Lakes. 
Boyle, David. Indian Mounds. Ontario Annual Arcbaeol Rep 1901(1902)22-35. 
Eleventh Report of the [Ontario] Bureau of Mines 1002. Toronto, L.K. Cameron, 1902. pp. 309. maps. 

[Rev.ln:Hlst Pub Canad "02,7(1903)153-4 "covers numerous subjects. . .statistical and. . .geological."] 
Trojan, Johannes. Auf der anderen selte; streifzfige am Ontario-See. Berlin, G.Grole, 1902. 3 p. 1., 236 
p. 17^cm. ([Grote'sche sammluug von werken zeitgeniisslscher schriftsteller. 78. bd.J) [Rev.in: 
Hist Pub Cauad 7:104-6 "spent eight weeks in Canada... his observations. . .on business activity, man- 
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curate and full of insight." L.C. 3-11725] 

"ONTARIO," U. S. 8. sent under Capt. Bidwell to resume possession of Oregon 1818. 
Documents. ([Relating to U. S. S Ontario 1817, etc.] Oreg Q 3(1902)010-3. 
ORATORY. Art of public speaking. 

Q u i n c y, Josiah P. The decline of oratory as a factor in history. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)500-6 
OREGON. A north Pacific state of U. 8. between Cal. and Oregon, admitted 1859. 
Documents. [Relating to U. S. S. Ontario 1817, etc.] Oreg Q 3(1902)310-13. 
Dryer, Susan H. Famous men and women of Washington and Oregon. Am Month M 21(1902)364-71. 



158 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

F e n t o a, Win. D. Political history of Oregon from 1865-1876. Oreg Q 3(1902)38-70. 

G e o r g e, M. C. Political history of Oregon from 1876-1893 inclusive. Oreg Q 3(1902)107-22. 

Homer, John B. Oregon literature... 2d ed. Portland, Or., The J.K.Gill co., 1902. [L.C. 3-466] 

An illustrated history of Baker, Grant, Malheur and Harney counties, with a brief outline cf the early 
history of the state of Oregon. [Chicago?] Western historical publishing company, 1902. xxiii, 788 p. 
14 pi., port. 29% x 23%cm. [L.C. 3-26284] 

[Letter] to Asbury Dickens [1846]. Bost Bull 7(1902)317-20. 

Oregon. Adjutant-general's office. The official records of the Oregon volunteers in the Spanish war and 
Philippine insurrection. Conip. by Brigadier-General C. D. Gantenleln, adjutant general. . . Salem, Or., 
W.H.Leeds, state printer, 1902. xv, 700 p. front, (port.) pi., facs. 24cm. [L.C. 3-8390] 

Oregon Historical Society Quarterly. Portland, Oregon, Pub. by the Society. So. v. 3. 1902. 

Robertson, James R. The social evolution of Oregon. Oreg Q 3(1902)1-37. 

Sheep husbandry in Oregon. The pioneer era. Orego Q 3(1902)219-47. 

Smith, Jane Kinney. Recollections of Grandma Brown [pioneer school teacher]. Oreg Q 3(1902)287-95. 

Victor, Prances Fullur. The first Oregon cavalry. Oreg Q 3(1902)123-03. 
ORENDA (Iroquois word). An occult power. 

H e w i 1 1, J. N. B. Orenda and a definition of religion. Am Anthropol n a 4(1902)33-46. 
"ORIGINAL." Vessel shipwrecked on Cape Diamond, 1750. 

Le naufrage de "1'Orignal." Rech Hist 8(1902)306-12. 
ORINOCO R. River of Venezuela, 8. A., flowing E. by N. into Atlantic. 

Guzman, Juan Perez de. La exploraci6n del Orinoco. Esp Mod 166(1002)72-113. 

P6rez Triana, 8. Down the Orinoco in a canoe, by S. Perez Triana, with an introduction by R.B.Cunning- 
hame Graham... London, W.Heinemann, 1902. xv, 253 p. fold. map. 20cm. [Spanish original pub- 
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ORLEANS Island, Canada. Island about 100 m. long in St. Lawrence R. 35 m. below Quebec. 

Roy, P. G. Les dimensions de 1'ile d'Orleans. Rech Hist S(1902)3i8-9. 
ORLEANS, Mass. Village of Barnstable Co. 94 m. S.E. of Boston. 

B a s t h a m and Orleans, Mass., vital records. Mayfl Desc 3(1901)229-31; 4,29-34,140-2. 
OSAGE Indians. A Siouan tribe of the plains between Arkansas and Missouri rivers, now in Okl. 

O s a g e Indians grant to Catholic mission. Am Cath Res 19(1902)189. 
08TERTAG, Blanche (ft. 1896). Chicago artist. 

M c D o u g a 1, Isabel. Blanche Ostertag, artist. Bk-Buyer 25(1902)-3)303-15, ill., port. 
OTIS, John Carter (1825-1900). Mass, merchant. 

John Carter Otis (obituary)- Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)119-21. 
OTSEGO County, N. Y. County in the S.E. of central part of tate. 

Bacon, Edwin F[axon]. Otsego County, New York; geographical and historical, from the earliest Bettle- 

ment to the present time, with county and township maps from original drawings. Oneonta, N. Y., The 

Oneonta herald, 1902. 85, [1] p. incl. front., ill. map. 23%cm. [L.C. 2-23429] 
OTTAWA Indians. An Algonquian tribe of the eastern Great Lakes region 

H u n t e r, A. F. Wampum records of Ottawas. Ontario An Arch Kept 1901(1902)52-5. 

OTJABACHE Indians. 

Dunn, Jacob Fiatt. The Mission to the Ouabache. Indiana Historical Society Publications. Vol. 3. No. 
IV. Indianapolis, Bowen-Merrill Co., 1902. 8vo. pp. 255-30. [61.Men.ln:N B Reg 56(1902)216(F.W. 
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OTTRY, Eve (d.1848). Revolutionary War heroine of Fort Hannastown, Pa. 

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PALON, Francisco. California Franciscan missionary. 

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Parker, William Prentiss. Augustus Parker. N E Reg 56 Suppl (1902)1-11. 



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B a 8 s e t t , John Spencer. Francis Parkman, the man. Sewanee 10(1902)286-301. 
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The Reid memorial library, Passaic, N. J. Lib J 27(1302)137-8. 
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PATCH. Nathan (fl. 1760-99). Worcester, Mass., tavsrn keeper. 

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PATRICK'S PENCE Newbie coppers. Coins used in N. J. ab. 1682. 

S a i n t Patrick's pence in New Jersey 1082. Am Cath Res 19(1902)138 0. 
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"PEGGY, Stewart." Brig burned at Annapolis. 

Baltimore, Maryland, Boston tea party. Am Month M 21(1902)470-2. 



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Randall, James R. The gallant Pelbam. South Hist 3oc Pap 30(1902j:i38-45. 
PELHAM, Mass. Hamlet and township of Hampshire Co. about 8 in. S.E. of Nashua. 

Felham, Mass. Vital records to the year 1850. . . Boston, 1902. 177 p. 23tacm. (New-England historic 
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John Henry Pell (obituary). N Y Bee 33(1902)121-2. 
PELZEB, 8. C. Town of Anderson Co. in N.W. of state. 

Ely, Richard T. An American industrial experiment. Harper 106( 1902 < 30-45, ill. 
PEMAOUID, Me. Village of Lincoln Co. 18 m. E. of Bath. 

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PENDLETON family. 

Letters of Edmund Pendleton. Wm M Q 10(1902)200-2. 
FENN, William (1644-1718). Founder of Pennsylvania. 

Dixon, W[illiam] Hepworth. A history of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania... New York, New 
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Papers of William Penn. Yearbook Penn 8oc of N Y (1902)90-1. 

T a y 1 o r, E. E. The "Holy Experiment" of William Penn. G?nt M n 4 n(Je02)3S^(O). 
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P c n n 1 m a n, G. W. The Penniman family. Robinson Family Gen & ll'st Assn (1902)38-47. 
PENNSYLVANIA. An original Kiddle State of the U. 8. 

Annual proceedings. Pennsylvania Society of the Sons of -.he Revolution. 1901-1902. Phlla. 1902. pp 94, 
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Bond, B. W. The whiskey insurrection In Pennsylvania. Branch Pap No 2(1902)68-87. 

Budd, Thomas. Good order established in Pennsylvania and New Jersey; reprinted from the original edi- 
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Clark, Martha Bladen. Homes of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, John Morton. Am 
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The Colonial society of Pennsylvania. Charter, constitution, by-laws, officets, committees, members, etc 
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Die Deutschen In Pennsylvania. Deutsche Rundschau 112(1902)462-8. 

England. Papists and Quakers in Pennsylvania. Am Cath Res 19(1'.X#)79. 

From Reading to York. Pa-Ger 3(1902)163-17, 111. 

Oans, E. W. A Pennsylvania pioneer: biog. sketch. Mansflold, O., Knhl, 1 902. So. 

Historical anniversaries and celebrations 1901. Year book Penn So- of N Y (1902)115-19. 

Historical buildings. Year book Penn Soc of N Y (1902)122-24. 

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sylvania society of St. Lonis, December 12, 1901. [For details see same title under subject, 
Valley.] 

M I n n t e of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 1902. Penn Mag 26(1902)483-4. 



184 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

Myers, Albert Cook. Immigration of thu Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750. with their early his- 
tory in Ireland... Swarthmore, Pa., The author, 1902. xxil, 477 p. front., ill., pi., port., fac., tab. 
25%cm. ["Printed from type; edition limited." Bibliography: p. 431-444 Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903) 
357-9 (Elizabeth Lloyd) "contains many interesting documents. . .appen.1-x. . .contains genealogical rec- 
ords... of value ... valuable contribution"; Nation 75(1902)291 "Throws. . .flood of life. . .upon. . .manners 
and customs, ways of living. . .of .. .interest. . .especially <o Friends"; Pial 33(1902)325-6(F.W.Shepard- 
son) "bibliography ... index ... real contribution to American race history. . .valuable." L.C. 2-19191] 

Over the Clay Pike to Boyertown and back. Pa-Ger 3(1902)3-32, 111., port. 

Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Year book Penn Sou of N Y (1902)92-95. 

Pennsylvania infantry. 127th reg't, 1862-1863. Pennsylvania volunteers, lamiliarly known as the "Dau- 
phin County regiment." Authorized by the regimental association arnl prepared by its committee. 
[Lebanon, Pa., Press of Report publishing company, 1902?] 2 p. !., 3G5 ]>. pi., 32 port. (incl. front.) 
20cm. [L.C. 3-24761] 

The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, quarterly. Phlla. pub. by the Hist. Soc. of Penn- 
sylvania, v. 26. 1902. pp. 508. 

Pennsylvania monument* and memorials, proposed and erected In 1901. Year book Penn Soc of 
N Y (1902)112-14. 

The Pennsylvania society of New York. Year book of the Pennsylvania society of New York. New York, 
The Society, 1902. front., ill., pi. 24cm. [Edited by Barr Ferree. Rcv.ln:Nation 7 -(1903)374 'main- 
tains the interesting character of the series." L.C. 2-llflOS] 

Pilcher, James Evelyn. The seal and arms of Pennsylvania... Harrlsburg, W.S.Ray, state printer 1902. 
22 p. front., ill., plate (partly col.) facs. 25cm. [Rev.tn:Old Northw Q 6(1903)101(L.C.H.) profusely 
ill. ... in Interesting form... a credit to state. L.C. 3-15736] 

Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. May, 1902. 1300 Locust St. Vol. II. No. 2. 
Phila., Printed for the Society by the Wickersham Printing Co., Lancaster, Pa. Sm. 4to. 93-235. 

Register of members and and miscellaneous statistical information concerning the Pennsylvania Sons of 
the Revolution. 1902. Phila., 1902, pp 137, 4o, 111. 

Regnemer, Wm. The Slav in the coke regions <>f southwestern Pennsylvania. Ass Her 7(1902)321-5. 

Sharpless, Isaac. A Quaker experiment In government; history of Quaker government In Pennsylvania. 
1682-1783... Popular ed Philadelphia, Ferris & Leach, 1902. 2 pts. in 1 \. 19cm. [pt. 2 has sub- 
title: "Thte Quakers in the revolution." Issued In 1899 under title: ''A history of Quaker government 
in Pennsylvania." Rev.in:Nation 74(1902)171 "Meritorious work. . .popular edition. . .we. . .wish. . .index 
had been enlarged and moderlzed and made veracious." L.C. 2-i>945 M 2j 

W o 1 c o t t, Oliver. [Letter] to Topping Reeve [1781]. 3ost Bull 7(1902)CS-4. 

Woodruff, Clinton Rogers. The Pennsylvania rippers. Munic Aff 6(lf>02)212-9. 
PENNSYLVANIA, University of. Univ. at Philadelphia. 

Henry White Physlck [Tuition Mil U. of P. 1773]. Penn Mag 26(1902)287. 
PENNY COOK (or Fenaoook), N. H. Ancient name for Concord, N. H. 

Brown, David Arthur. The history of Penacook, N. H., from Its flrst settlement In 1734 up to 1900. Con- 
cord, N. H., The Rumford press, 1902. viii, 570 p. front., 111. (Incl. port.) pi. 24%cm. [L.C. 3-8592] 

W a 1 k e r, J. B. The genesis of a New England plantation. Granite M 3:1(1902)41-8. 
PENSIONS. Annual allowances for past services, especially military. 

F e n n i n g, Frederick. Comparative pension systems. Forum 33(1902)3-16-8. 

Gardner, Washington. Discussing United States pensions. Confed \Vt 30(1002)173-5. 

Glasson, W. H. Nation's pension system as applied to the civil war and the war with Spain. (Pub. of 
the sec. no. 331.) Phlla. Am. Acad. Pol. Sci. 1902. 80. 

Glasson, William H. The national pension system as applied to t^c civil war and th-- war with 
Spain. Ann Am Acad Pol Sci 19(1902)204-26. 

Glasson, William H. The south and service pension laws. So Atlan Q 1(1902)351-60. 

Relief by States for Confederate Soldiers. Confad Vet 10(1902)202. 
FEQUOT INDIANS. An Algonquian tribe of Conn, and R. I. 

Thresher, Calista Potter. Homes and Haunts of the Pequots. New Eng M 25(1901-2)742-54. 
PERCY, Hugh (1742-1817). British officer in Am. Revolution. 

Bolton, Charles Knowles. Letters of Hugh Earl Percy from Boston ana New York 1774-1776. Boston, 
Charles E. Goodspeed, 1902. 4to. pp. 88. Portrait. [Rev.in:Nation 7i>(1902)346 "Carefully edited... 
relate... to affairs of the time... well worth printing. . .interest. . .larp>iy due to. . .personality of tho 
writer"; Dial 33(1902)287 "valuable addition ... every one contains some Item of interest or value"; 
Men.ln:Am Hist R 8(1903)403 "some interesting material for the study of Revolutionary history."] 
PEREA, Estevan (fl.1632). Custodian of the missions of New Mexico 1632-3. 

P e r e a, Estevan. Second "Report" on New Mexico 1632-3. Out West 15(1901)460-90. 



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PERIODICALS and Transactions. 

This subject includes only a selection of the periodicals and transactions whose chief aim is historical. 
For others, especially those which have only occasional historical articles, see Introduction. 

Aoadiensis, A quarterly devoted to the interests of the Maritime provinces of Canada. So. St. John, N. B. 
v. 2 1902. pp. 287. [Issued under the auspices of the Acadian Society. Some poetry, etc., but hist, arts 
In general fair. Articles and documents, but chiefly former.] 

American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal, The. Stephen D. Feet, ed. Bimonthly. Chicago. So. v. 24. 
1902. pp. 490. [Not wholly American. Am. articles, especially those by the editor, excellent. Various 

. departments of "notes" not analyzed in this work.] 

American Antiquarian Society. Proceedings, Worcester, Mass. The Society, v. 15. pt. 1 (p. 1-106) At 
the semi-annual meeting, Boston, Apr. 30, 1902. (1902). v. 15. pt. 2 (p. 107-266) at Annual meeting, 
Worcester, Oct. 21. 1902 (1903). 

American Catholic Historical Researches. Quarterly, Parkesburg, Pa. Martin I. J. Griffin, Pub. and Ed. 
So. v. 19. 1902. pp. 192+10. [Full of good material. The department of Catholic historical notes" Is 
full of Interesting material generally too brief for analysis In this work.] 

American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia, Records. Phlla. Pub. by the Society. So. Quarterly, 
v. 13 1902. [Arts, and documents. Dep't of "Historical picture gallery" has only brief notices but is 
analyzed in this work.] 

American Heraldic Journal, The. An eclectic quarterly magazine. Columbus. So. v. 2, 1902. [General 
heraldry. Analyzed for Am. articles.] 

American Historical Association, Annual Report for 1901. 2 vola. Washington, Gov't. Printing office, 1902. 
v. 1, pp5S3, v. 2, pp360. 80. 

The American Historical Magazine and Tennessee Historical Society Quarterly. Nashville, Tenn. So. v. 
7. 1902. pp. 398. [Formerly under auspices of Peabody Normal College, now of Teun. Hist. Soc. Val- 
uable documents and excellent articles.] 

The American Historical Review. Quarterly. New York, Macmlllau Co. So. v. 7, nos2-4. (p. 203-868) 
and v. 8, no.l. (p. 1-204)=1902. [Official organ of A. H. A. A review of general history, admirably 
edited. Review department is only rivalled by reviews in the N. Y. Nation as an authoritative critical 
source on publications in Am. history.] 

American Jewish Historical Society Publications. Pub. by the Society. So. No 10, 1902. p. 13+202. 

American Monthly Magazine, The. Washington, D. C. The Nat. Soc. of the D. A. R. So. v. 20, 21, 1902. 
[Organ of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Popular, not scholarly, but contains occasional 
articles of historical value and a good deal of source matter scattered through the articles and depart- 
ments of "Revolutionary Records," "Work of the Chapters," "Genealogical Notes and Queries" and 
"Real Daughters." Of these departments only that of "Revolutionary Records" is analyzed in this 
Index.] 

Annals of Iowa. A historical quarterly published by the historical department of Iowa. Des Moines, la. 
So. 3 st-r. v. 5, nos. 4, 5, 6, 7. 1902. [Department of "Notable deaths" Is analyzed only by selection, in 
general nothing less than % page notice taken.] 

Boston Public Library, Monthly bulletin of books added to. Boston, So. v. 7. 1902. pp904. [Contains many 
useful documents, chiefly individual letters, from the mss.J 

Buffalo Historical Society, Publications. Edited by Frank H. Severance. Buffalo, N. Y. The Society. So. 
v. 5. 1902. pp535. 

Bunker Hill Monument Association, Proceedings at the annual meeting, June 17, 1908. Boston, Pub. by the 
Association. So. 1902. pp67. [Addresses, documents and reports.] 

Collector, The. A monthly magazine for autograph and historical collectors. New York, Benjamin, v. IB. 
1901-2. pp!47. v. 16 new ser. 1902. [Trade magazine with many original letters, etc.] 

Colonial Society of Massachusetts Publications. So. Transactions April-November, 1900. [vol. 7 no. 1. 
1902.] pp. 6+62. 

Columbia Historical Society, Washington, D. C., Records. So. Washington, The Society, v. 5. 1902. pp 
329. [Incl. Proceedings, etc.] 

Confederate Veteran. Published monthly in the Interest of Confederate veterans and kindred topics. Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 80. v. 10, 1902. p. 573. [A great amount of interesting material, Including many bio- 
graphical articles and portraits. In analysis for this work biographies of persons below the rank of 
Major not Included.] 

Connecticut Magazine, The. Devoted to Connecticut in its various phases of history, literature, picturesque 
features, science, art and industry. Hartford, Conn. So. Bimonthly. 1902. v. 7, nos. 3, 4, 5. pp. 212- 
650. [Fully Illustrated, many admirable local articles, some poetry and fiction.] 

Dedham historical register. Dedham, Mass. 80. Quarterly, v. 13, 1902. p. 127. [Chiefly local but many 
articles of general interest.] 

Deutsoh-Ameriokanisohe Gesohiohtsblatter, Vierteljahrsschrift, herausgegeben von den Deutsch-Amerikan. 
hiitor. Geoellscbaft von Illinois, Chicago, . 3. 1902. [p. 272.] [Each no. paged separately.] 



166 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

PERIODICALS and Transactions (cent.)- 

Essex Antiquarian, The. A quarterly devoted to the biography, genealogy, history and antiquities of Essex 
Co., Mass. Sidney Perley, Ed. Salem, Mass. 80. v. 6. 1902. pp202. [Excellently edited for its field. 
Much useful material, especially in genealogy and strictly local history. Not much of wider interest.] 

Filson Club Publication No. 17. The old Masters of the Blue Grass, Samuel Woodsen Price, Editor. Louis- 
Tille, Ky. J.P.Morton & Co. 1902. pp. 17i-181. 4o. 

Florida Magazine. A monthly magazine devoted to general literature. Jacksonville, Fla. v. 4, p. 371, 
v. 5, p. 353, 1902. 

Genealogical Quarterly Magazine, Burlington Vt. So. Quarterly, v. 3. 1902. p. 255. [Ed. by Eben Put- 
nam, formerly of various Salem, Mass., publications. Contains largely Essex Co., Mass., local historical- 
genealogical material with some Vt. matter.] 

The Genealogist. A quarterly magazine. Exeter (Eng.) v. 19 (1902-3) July- Apr. [Apr. 1903. good 
American article.] 

Granite monthly. A New Hampshire magazine devoted to history, biography, literature and state progress. 
Concord. 80. v. 32, 1902. p. 0+389 (1). [Same order as N. E. Mag. and Conn. Mag. 111. Magazine with 
some fiction, poetry, etc., but chiefly historical and descriptive state articles.] 

Gulf States Historical Magazine, The. Thomas M. Owen, Editor. Montgomery, Ala. 80. Bimonthly, v. 1. 
nos. 1-3 (July-Nov. ) 1902. p. 1-237. [Chielly articles of goo*! historical quality, some documents, de- 
partments of "Minor topics" (analyzed) and "Historical news" (analyzed by selection). "Book notes 
and reviews" fairly numerous and good.] 

Historical Quarterly, The. An ill. mag. containing the contributions of the Manchester Historic Ass. and 
misc. matter of local and general interest. Manchester, N. H. Vol. 3. 1902. p. 120. with supplement in 
each number. 

Holland Society of New York, Year Book for 1902. Prep, by the Secretary, Theodore M. Banta. New 
York. Knickerbocker Press. (Cop. 1902.) pp!79. 4o. 

Huguenot Society of South Carolina, Transactions. No. 9. Charleston. 80. 1902. pp58. [Minutes, offi- 
cers, etc., and address.] 

Indiana History Society Publications. Indianapolis. 80. v. :5 uo. 1, 1895, no. 2, 1896, no. 3, 1900, no. 4, 
1902. pp255-330. 

Iowa Historical Record, The. Pub. quarterly by the State Historical Society. Iowa City. So. v. 18, 1902. 
[Vols. 16-18, 1900-1902, have one title-page (1902) and one pagination.] 

Ipswich Historical Society. Salem, Mass. 80. XI. Waters, Thos. Franklin, The Meeting House Green 
[Ipswich, Mass.] with Proceedings, Dec. 2, 1901. 1902 p. 51. 

Jeneyman, The. A quarterly magazine of local history and genealogy, principally of Hunterdon Co., N. i. 
So. v. 8. Flemlngton, N. J. H. E. Dears, E. and Pub. 1902. pp34. [Chiefly genealogical.] 

John P. Branch Historical Papers of Eandolph-Maoon College. Published Annually by the Dept. of His- 
tory. So. No. 2. 1902. 

Kansas State Historical Society Transactions, 1901-2. Topeka, Kan. 80. v. 7, 1902. p. 619. 

La Nouvelle France. Revue des interets religieux et uationaux du Canada Francais. Sciences-lettres-arts. 
Quebec. So. Monthly, v. 1. 1902. pp591. [French Roman Catholic magazine, rather more religious 
than historical, but historical articles sometimes of good critical value. Rev.in:Hist Pub Canad '02,7 
(1903)69-70 "the expression of the most cultivated French-Canadian opinion of the present day... good 
medium through which to study the intellectual status... of Quebec."] 

Lancaster Co. (Pa.) Historical Society Papers, v. 7. no. I. 1902. p. 16. 

Literary and Historical Society [of Quebec], Transactions. No. 24. Sessions of 1900-2. Quebec, 80. 1902. 
pp3C. 

Lost Cause, The. A monthly illustrated Journal of History, devoted to the collection and preservation of 
the Records of the Confederacy. Louisville, Ky. 1902. [Organ of the "Daughters of the Confederacy" 
not received in time for analysis in this volume.] 

Lower Norfolk County Virginia Antiquary. Baltimore, Md. 80. Quarterly. V. 4, 1902. pp. 164. 

Lynn Historical Society of Lynn, Mass., Register for year 1901. Lynn, Mass. 80. 1902. pp66. [Const. 
Reports, etc. also two papers and necrologies of members (iiecrol. not analyzed).] 

McLean County Historical Society of Bloomington, 111., Transactions. 

Magazine of American History, n. s. no. 1, 1902. [Attempt to revive the old Mag. Am. Hist.] 

Massachusetts Historical Society, Proceedings. Vol. 15. Boston, Pub. by the Soc. 1901-2. pplS+554. 

Mayflower Descendant, The. A quarterly magazine of Pilgrim genealogy and history. Boston. Pub. by the 
Mass. Society of Mayflower descendants. 80. v. 4, 1902. pp8+284. 

Medford Historical Register, The. Medford, Mass. Published by the Medford Hist. Soc. 80. quarterly 
v. 5. 1902. pp96. [Strictly local but excellent in kind.] 

Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society, Collections and Researches, v. 31. 1901. Lansing, Mich. 1902. pp. 
4+649. 

Mississippi Historical Society, Publications of. Franklin L. Riley, Ed. Oxford, Miss. 80. v. 6. pp383. 
. 6. pp567. 1902. [Of noteworthy historical value, ranking with the very best state work.] 



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PERIODICALS and Transactions (cont.)- 

Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, The Carnegie Library. 80. v. 7, 1902 
pp375. [Some good documents.] 

Nebraska State Historical Society, Proceedings and collections. Second Series. Lincoln, Neb. Jacob North 
and Co. 80. v. 5. 1902. pp38l. 

New England Catholic Historical Society Publications. Boston, So. no. 3. pp. 66, no. 4. pp. 33, 1902. 

New England Historical and Genealogical Record, The. Boston, Pub. by the Society. 80. quarterly, v. 
16, pp. 418 with supplements, pp. 139, 1902. [Long the leading hlstorlco-genealogical periodical. Articles 
of high standard and volumes elaborately indexed. Best source for bibliography of local history and 
genealogy, but reviews have fallen off greatly In number and extent. Dept. "Notes and queries" ana- 
lyzed by selection only.] 

New England Magazine. An Illustrated monthly review of New England life and achievement. N. Y. and 
Boston. N. S. v. 25 (1901-2) v. 26 (1902) v. 27 (1902-3) [High class, popular, chiefly historical, but 
also poetry and Action. Book notices not very important for history.] 

New Hampshire Historical Society, Proceedings. Concord. 80. v. 3. pt. 2 (1897-1899) 1902. p. 173-504. 

New Jersey Historical Society, Proceedings. Paterson, N. J. So. v. 2, no. 3 (few 1897) v. 3, no. 4 (for 
18U8) 1902. [Has department of notes and queries (not analyzed) and necrology.] 

New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, devoted to the interests of American genealogy and biog- 
raphy. New York. Pub. by the N. Y. Gen. and Blogr. Society. 4o. Quarterly, v. 83. 1902. pp283. 
[Class of the New Eng. Register and second only to It as source for local historical literature and re- 
views of books not noticed In general reviews. Depts. of Notes and Queries analyzed by selection only.] 

New York Public Library Bulletin. Astor Lenox and Tilden foundations. New York. 80. v. 6. 1902. 
[Contains various valuable bibliographies and documents.] 

New York State Historical Association, Proceedings. The 3d annual meeting, 1901. Pub. by the Associa- 
tion. 80. v 2 1902. pp74. [Rather popular and rhetorical with a few bits of useful contribution.] 

North Carolina Booklet, The. Raleigh, N. C. 16o monthly, v. 1, no. 1 (May '01) Y. 2, no. 8 (Dec. '02) 
[Series of monographic parts each about the value of a good magazine article.] 

Notes and queries and Historic magazine, A monthly of history, folklore, mathematics, literature, science, 
art, Arcane societies, etc. Manchester, N. H. S.C. and L.M.Gould. 80. v. 20. nos. '1-6. 1902. pp200. 
[Well denned elements of occultism and good local historical articles. 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Publications, Columbus, O. Pub. by the Society. 80. v. 10 
(1901-2) pp503. 11 (1902) pp486 (including an Index to first 11 vols. p267-486). 

Old Continental. Des Molnes, Iowa. Pub. by Iowa Society, Sons of the American Revolution. Elbrldge 
Drew Hadley, Ed. Bimonthly. 4o. v. 1 nos 3-8=1902. pp4 to a number. [Occasional article of general 
Interest.] 

Old Eliot. Eliot, Me. 80. v. 5. 1902. [A few articles of more than local interest.] 

"Old Northwest" Genealogical Quarterly, The. Columbus, O. Pub. by Old Northwest genealog. Soc. v. 6 
1902 pp!71. [Contains departments of Notes and Queries (analyzed by selection for this work), acces- 
sions to the Society's library, books in preparation, book notices (done for this work), and indexes of 
names and places. Much on the lines of the New England Register.] 

Oregon Historical Society, The quarterly of the. Portland, Or. Pub. by the Society. 80. v. 3. 1902. 
[Chiefly excellent sets of personal reminlscenes. ] 

The Owl. Kewauuee, Wis. v. 3, nos. 5&6, and v. 4, uos. 1*2=1902. [Wing family. Well edited with 
many articles on collateral families, a good number of articles of general interest.] 

Patriotic Review. Boston, Mass. 4o. 1902. [Devoted to the interests of the Patriotic societies. Little 
historical value except "for the history of the organizations themselves. ] 

Pennsylvania German, The. Lebanon, Pa. Quarterly, v. 3. 1902. 

The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Quarterly. Phila., pub. by the Hist. Soc. of Penn- 
sylvania, v. 26. 1902. pp508. [Excellent documents and source articles. Dept. of notes contains many 
documents and items of first 'rate Importance and is analyzed fully for this work. Reviews few.] 

Quinabaug Historical Society Leaflets. Southbridge, Mass. (Many of these fall In 1902.) [Local.] 

Recherches Historiques, Bulletin d'Archeologie, d'Histoire, de Biographic, de Bibliographic, de Numis- 
matique, etc., etc., public par Pierre-Georges Rey. LCvls 80. v. 8. 1902. pp. 384. [Rev.ln:Hist Pub 
Canad '02,7(1903)69 "usef ul . . . keen eye for... new results of research. . .Canadian history ... indispens- 
able... for the personal history of leaders."] 

Royal Historical Society. Transactions of the. London. Offices of the Society. 80. n. s. v. 16. 1902. pp296. 

South Atlantic Quarterly, The. John Spencer Bassett, Editor. Durham, N. C. 80. v. 1. 1902. pp9+386. 
[General, but with great preponderance of American historical articles of first class quality. Moderate 
number of good book reviews, some signed.] 

South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine. Published quarterly by the S. C. Historical Society. 
80. Charleston, S. C. v. 3. 1902. pp. 183. [Docs., geneal. articles and notes. List of publications re- 
ceived useful bibllographlcally and has now and then a good critical review.] 

South Dakota Historical Collections. Compiled by the State Hist. Society. Aberdeen, v. l. 1902. pp. 481. 



168 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

PERIODICALS and Transactions (cent.). 

Southern Historical Society Papers, edited by R. A. Brock, 80. Richmond, Va. Pub. by the Society. T. 30, 
1902 pp. 5+3+876. [Chiefly reprints from newspapers and other sources of articles relating to the Civil 
War. Extreme Southern standpoint. Largely personal reminiscences.] 

Southern History Association Publications, Cclyer Meriwether, Editor. Bimonthly. 80. Washington, 
D. C. Pub. by the Society, v. 6. 1902 pp562. [High class documents and serious source articles covers 
all periods, especially the earlier. Reviews and notices many and good, often signed and much attention 
given to periodical literature. Dep't of "Notes and news" analyzed in this work only for select notes.] 

Spirit of '76, Devoted to the principles, incidents and men of '76 and colonial times. New York, Monthly 
v. 8. 1902. [Accounts of meeting of patriotic societies, dedications of monuments, etc., with occasional 
articles of historical value or interest and a few documents and facsimiles. Selected titles analyzed.] 

Texas State Historical Association, Quarterly of the, Austin, Tex. 80. Quarterly July-Apr, v. 5 July 
1901-Apr. 1902 (tit. 1902) p(6)357 (13). v. 6 July, Oct. 1902 pp. 1-168. 

Transallegheny Historical Magazine. Published by the Trausallegheny Historical Society. Morgantown, W. 
Va. 80. Quarterly, v. 1. Oct. '01, Jan-July 1902 pp. 19+305 v. 2 no. 1 Oct. '02 ppl-72. 

United States Catholic Historical Society. Monograph Series So. 1, 1902. 

Vermont Antiquarian, The. A quarterly magazine devoted to the history and antiquities of Vermont and 
the Champlaln and Connecticut Valleys. Burlington Vt. v. 1, no. 1. Sept., no. 2. Dec. 1902, p. 1-73. 
[Has dept. of Notes and Queries from which selections only given in this work. An Eben Putnam publi- 
cation. ] 

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, The. Published quarterly by the Virginia Hist. Soc., Rich- 
mond, v. 9, nos. 3&4, p225-480 and v.' 10, uos. 1&2, pl-224=1902. [Documents and articles of highest 
character. Dept. of Genealogy and Notes and queries of equally high character. Bibliographical value 
only moderate.] 

West Virginia Historical Magazine, The. Pub. by the West Virginia Hist, and Antiq. Society. W. S. 
Lardley, Ed. 80. Charleston, W. Va. v. 2. 1902. pp340 (Illustrated). [Chiefly papers. Documents and 
strict source articles few. Character between the popular and the scholarly local historical type.] 

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine. Ed. Lyon G. Tyler. Willlamsburg, Va. Win. 
& Mary College, v. 10, nos. 3&4, p!45-284 and v. 11, nos. 1&2, pl-148=1902. [Scholarly. Chiefly docu- 
mentary. Genealogical arts, and notes good. Bibliographical help scant.] 

Wisconsin State Historical Society Proceedings. 1901. 80. Madison, Wis. 1902. pp211, ill. 

Worcester Society of Antiquities, Proceedings of the. Worcester, Mass. The Society. 80. v. 17 1901, pp 
668. [Published 1902]; v. 18, 1902, nos. 1-6 pp. 276. [Actually issued 1902-3 but for the year 1902 and 
with title page so dated.] 

Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Proceedings and collections. Edited by Horace E. Hayden, 

Wllkes Barre, Pa. The Society. 80. v. 7 for the year 1901. 1902 pp. 258 111. [Wyoming, Pa.] 
PERKINS, Henry Bishop (1824-1902). Ohio State senator. 

[ R a 11 d a 1 1, E. ().] Henry Bishop Perkins. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)164-65. 
PERRAULT, Jean-Baptiste Olivier (1773-1827). Canadian judge. 

R o y, P. G. L'Hon. Jean-Baptiste Olivier Perrault. Rech Hist 8(1902)33-6.' port. 
PERRY, John T. (1832-1902). If. H. and Ohio editor and writer. 

J o h n T. Perry. Granite M 32(1902)61. 
PERRY. William Flake (1823-1901). Ky. Confederate General. 

Gen. W. F. Perry. Confed Vet 10(1902-36), port. 
PERRY County, 0. Co. in the S.E. central part of Ohio. 

Martzolff, Clement L. History of Perry county, Ohio. New Islington, <>., Ward it, Wellaad; Colum 

bus, O., Press of F.J.Heer, 1902. xii, 195 p. front., pi., p<>r>. , diagr. 0cm. [L.C. 2-20872] 
PERRYVILLE (Ky.). Civil War battle, Oct. 8, 1862. 

F i n 1 e y, Luke W. Battle of Perryvllle. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)238 50. 
PERU. Republic of South America on Pacific between Ecuador and Chile. 

Amadei, P. Mapa geograflco e histdrico del Peru. Lima, 1302. Ferrer 6 ptftB. 

Apuntes historioos del Fern y notioias orono!6gicas del Cuzoo. Lima, Imprenta del estado, 1902. V p. 1., 
101, ii, 260 p. 24%cm. [Contents. Apuntes Mstoricos por el general Manuel de Mendiburu... 
Noticlas cronolAgicas del Cuzco. Gobierno incasico y primer siglo de la conqulsta. Apendlce. El 
aprendiz dc rlco, poeinita en silva, por Espinosa Medrano (El Lunarejo) [L. C. 3-12492] 

Baessler, Arthur. Altperuanlsche kuust; beitraege 7ur archaeologie des Inca-reichs, nach seinen sainm- 
lungen. Berlin, A.Asher & co., 1902-03. 4 v. 165 pi. (partly col.) 51x38cm. [In 10 portfolios. 
Limited edition of 200 copies. Contents. 1.-3. od. Zelchnungen und malerelen, relief-und plastlsche 
darstellungen auf nordperuanischen thongefaessen. i. bd. Malereien auf thongefaessen von Pachacamac. 
Auserlesene stuecke. L.C. 3-27382] 



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Baessler, Arthur. Ancient Peruvian art; contributions to the archaeology of the empire of the Incas, 
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T h o m p s o n, R. A. Petaluma, Sonoma county. Out West 16(1902)683-97, 111. 
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liography of the writings of Edgar A. Poe": v. 16, p. 355-379. Content* v. 1. Biography [by James 
A. Harrison] v. 2-6. Tales. v. 7. Poems. v. 8-13. Literary criticism. v. 14. Essays and miscella- 
nies. v. 15. Literati. Autography. v. 16. Marginalia. Kureka. v. 17. Foe and hi* friends. Letters 
relating to Poe. Rev. In. Nation 75(1902)445-7 "an old-fashioned labor of lot e ... endeavor to reconsti- 
tute the text. . .notwithstanding its shortcomings rnd errors... Is heartily welcome. . .collects. . .much. .. 
scattered [matter]"; Dial 33(1902)277-S( W.M.Payne) "fully justified by the new matter which it offers, 
as well as by Its corrections In the text. . .Indispensable. . .complete bibliography." L.C. 2-20043] 

R i ch a rd son, Charles F. Edgar Allen Poe. world-author. Critic 41(1902)138-47, 111. 

Stoddard. Richard Henry. Reminiscences of Hawthorne and Poe. Indou 54(1902)2756-8, 111., port. 



174 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

POETRY (Am.). 

Baton, Wyatt. Recollections of American poets. Sketch of the author. Cent 64(1002)842-51, tort. 

Falblsaner, Adolf. Das deutsche Lied In der deutsch-amerlkanischeu Dichtung. Deutsch-Ain 6 2.2 
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M a b 1 e, Hamilton W. The poetry of the South. Internat Mo 5(1902)200-23. 
POINT Pleasant (W. Va.). Battle between Va. troops of Lord Dunmore and Indians, Oct. 10, 1774. 

Hunte-r, W. H. First battle of the American Revolution. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)93-102. 

Lewis, Virgil A. The national character of the battle of Point Pleasant. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)35-8. 

M c A 1 1 1 s t e r, J. T. Contrlb. The battle of Point Pleasant. Va Mag 9(1902)395-407; 10,76-82, 

M ' C u 1 1 o c h, D. A. Point Pleasant. Transallegheny Hist M 2(1902)43-55. 

M a x w e 1 1, H. The last survivor of the Battle of Point Pleasant. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2) 
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One hundred and twenty-seventh anniversary of the battle of Point Pleasant. The first battle of the 
Revolution, October 10th, 1774. W Va Mag 2.1(1902)19-36, port. 

Poage, Louella Kemper. Kentucky's part In the battle of Point Pleasant. W Va Mag 2.4(1902)17-28. 
POLISH Americans. Natives of Poland resident in the IT. 8., and their descendants. 

Tomkiewicz, John W. S. Polanders in Wisconsin. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)148-52. 
POLITICAL parties, XJ. S. Voluntary associations of citizens for united action in political affairs. 

F e n t o n, Wm. I). Political history of Oregon from 1865-1876. Oreg Q 3(1902)38-70. 

O g d e n, Rollo. New powers of the national committee. Atlan 89(1902)76-81. 

Schmitt, Alfred C. Entsteuung der natlonal-politischon parteien In den Verelnlgten Staaten von Nord- 
Amerika... Rossweln 1. S., Druck von A.Haubold, 1902. 86 p., 1 1. 24cm. [Inaug.-dis. Leipsig. 
Vita. L.C. 3-8118] 
POLITICS and gov't. Affairs of the state. 

Adams, Charles Francis. An undeveloped function [Political debate]. Am Hist A Rep '01. 1(1902)47-93. 

Ashley, Roscoe Lewis. The American federal state; a text-book in civics for high schools and academies. 
New York, London, The Macmillan co., 1902. xlv, 599 p. 21cin. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1902)183 "a 
text-book nn politics for high schools. . .much more comprehensive treatment than the conventional 
books on civil government. . .sometimes inaccurate. . .nncouth words and phrases abound"; Nation 74 
(1902)493-4 "Shows skill in . . . selection of facts. . .general presentation. . .clear, accurate and sensible... 
will prove useful to. . .teachers"; Dial 32(1902)283 "attractive In presentation and logical in arrange- 
ment... has long been needed. . .for. ..higher grades of... school work"; So Atlan Q 1(1902)378-9 "in- 
conclusive and pointless manner. . .managed to leave unsaid... a great deal he ought to have said... too 
long for primary text book... not scholarly enough for a reference book." L.C. 2-5846] 

Boutmy, imile. elements d'une psychologle polltique du peuple Amerlcaln. Paris, Armand Colin, 1902. 
pp. 10+366. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1902) 152-4( A. L.Lowell) "a companion to M. Boutmy's 'Psychologic 
Politique du peuple Anglais an XIXc Sl&cle,' and like that It Is interesting and suggestive; but it Is a 
better book... more closely connected by a central idea. . .less. . .fanciful or exaggerated."] 

Boutwell, George 8[ewall]. Reminiscences of sixty years In public affairs... New York, McClure, Phil- 
lips & co., 1902. 2 v. front, (port.) 23Vjcm. [Rev.ln:Natlon 75(1902)18 "Most valuable feature... 
is. . .terse characterization of. . .men. . .judgments. . .affectod by. . .stern partisanship. . . rugged style. . . 
some repetition ... Interesting and valuable." L.C. 2-14595] 

Clark, Salter Storrs. The government; what It is, what it does... New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Ameri- 
can book company [1902] 304 p. ill. 19cm. [61.Men.in:Dlal 32(1902)424 "elementary school text- 
book ... covers a good deal of ground in a simple way." L.C. 2-13407] 

Johnston, Alexander. History of American politics... Rev. and enl. by William M. Sloane ... continued 
by Wintbrop More Daniels... New York, H.Holt and company, 1902. sill, 437 p. 16cm. (Hand- 
books for students and general readers) ["Authorities": p. v-vll. L.C. 2-19196] 

Lansing, Robert, and Jones, Gary M. Government; Its origin, growth, and form in the United States, 
with special treatment of the constitution and government <>f New York state... New York, Boston 
[etc.] Silver, Bnrdett and company [1902] 2 pts. in 1 v. pi. 19%cm. [L.C. 2-22675] 

L o w e 1 1, A. Lawrence. The influence of party upon legislation in England and America. Am Hist A 
Rep '01, 1(1902)319-542, chart. 

Martin, George H. Civil government In the United States... Rev. ed. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
American book company [1902] 335 p. 19cm. [L.C. 2-12100] 

Ritchie, David G[eorge]. Studies in political and social ethics... London, S.Sonnenschein & co., limited; 
New York, The Macmillan co., 1902. Ix, 283 p. 19'/6cm. [Contents. Social evolution [International 
journal of ethics, January, 1896] Equality [Contemporary review, October, 1892] Law and liberty: 
the question of state interference [Society for the study of social ethics, Oxford. Journal, October, 
1891] Civic duties and party politics [Co-operative wholesale societies' annual for 1898] 1792 Year 1 
[International journal of ethics, October, 1892] War and peace [International Journal of ethics, Jan- 
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ethics, July, 1886] [L.C. 2-11863] 



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Roberts, Frank H. H. The nation and the state; civil government of Ohio, with an introduction by Grace 
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S t e v e n s, C. Ellis. The evolution of American free government. N Y Hist A 2(1902)46-66. 
West, Henry Ldtchfield. American politics. Forum 54(1902-3)3-17,163-76. 
FOLK, James Enox (1795-1849). llth President of the United States. 

Polk, James K. [Letter] to William C. Beach [1844]. Boat Bull 7(1902)316-7. 
The Polk papers (note). South Hist A Tub 6(1902)94-5. 
POLK, Leonidas (1806-64). Ala. Confederate General and Episcopal Bishop. 

Lieut. Gen. Leonidas Polk. Confed Vet 10(1902)204, port. 
POLLARD family. 

Letters of Edmund Pendleton. Wm M Q 10(1002)200-2. 

Pollard, Stephen. Pollard Genealogy; being a Record of One L'ue of the Pollard Family descended from 
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POMO Indians. A linguistic group of California tribes. 

Pnrdy, Carl. The Porno Indian baskets and their makers. Out West 15(1901)438-49,9-19,150-8,262-73. 
PONCE de Leon, Juan (ab. 1460-1521). Spanish explorer, discoverer of the coast of Florida. 

Brown, G[eorge] H. Ponce de Leon land anri Florida war record. 4th ed... St. Augustine, Fla [The 
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Parkman, Fi. Conspiracy of Pontiac. (Home lib.) N. Y.. Burt. Jfl02. 12o. 
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Beane, S. C. General Enoch Poor. N H Hist S III. 2, 1897-9(1902)435-73. 
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POFHAU Beach, Me. 

Wilson, Joseph Keuuard. The door-step of New England. New Eng M 27(1902)3-14, ill. 
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PORTER, Edward Griffin (1837-1900). Mass. Congregational clergyman. 

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G r e e n, S. S. Memoir of the Rev. Edward Grlfflu Porter. Pub Col Soc of Mass Trans 7(1902)55-62. 

PORTER families. 

C o p e, P. F. Porter families of Chester anil York Co., Pa. Penn Mag 26(1902)156-8. 
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Rich, M. N. Portland, the metropolis of Maine. Nat'l M(Bost) 15(1901-2)712-17, 111., port. 
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Lewiston commercial club, Lewiston, Id. Abstracts from editorials in the newspapers of the Columbia 
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Allen, Charles H. How Civil Government was established in Porto Rico. No Am 174(1902)159-74. 
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A u s 1 1 n, O. P. Our trade with Hawaii and Porto Rico. Ann Am Acad Pol Sci 19(1902)377-82. 
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17 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

B t n i e r, Ruth Schaffner. The educational problem in Porto Rico. South Work 30(1901)260-4,352-7, 111. 

Henderson, C. Hanford. Some Impressions of Porto Rico arid her schools. Atlan 90(1902)783-92. 

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The new Porto Rican law codes. R of Rs 26(1902)205-7. 

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Porto Rico. Military governor. George W. Davis, 1899-1900. . . . Report on civil affair*. Washington, 
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Wade, Mary Hazelton. Our little Porto Rican cousin: illustrated by L. J. Bridgman. Boston, L.C.Page 
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PORTSMOUTH, N. H. City and port of Rookingham Co. 54 m. N. by E. of Boston. 

B r a y 1 e y, Arthur W. The first crgan in America. New Eng M 27(1902)212-9, ill. 

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Gurney, C[aleb 8[tevens . Portsmouth, historic and picturesque, a volume of Information; being a very 
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PORTSMOUTH. Va. City and seaport of Norfolk Co. about 1 m. 8. W. of Norfolk. 

Trinity church, Portsmouth. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)72-4. 
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Reagan, John H. An account of the organization and operations of the postofflce department of the 
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Tunell, George Gerard. Railway mall service: an historical sketch; being a lecture delivered at the Dnl- 
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POTTAWATOMIE County, Kan. Co. in the N.E. part of state. 

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Potter, Joe H. Chandler Eastman Potter. Notes and Q 20(1902)81-91. 
POTTER, Cora Urquhart (fl.1900). American actress. 

Kaufman, Emma B. Cora Urquhart Potter. Cosmopol 34(1902-3)185-90, port. 
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L a w s o n, Publlus V. A list of the aboriginal earthenware in Wisconsin collections. Wis Arch 1(1901-2) 
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POWDERLY, Terence Vincent (b.1848). Labor leader, politician, IT. 8. Commis. of Immigration, writer. 

'Labor 1 ' and Principle. Nation 74(1002)282-3. 
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Lincoln, (Mrs.) M. D. (Bessie Beech.) John Wesley Powell. Open Court 16(1902)706-15. 

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Major Powell and his work. Am Ant 24(1902)484-5, port. 

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POWELL, Leven (ft 1 . 1787). Virginian. 

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POYTHRE88 family. 

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PRATT, Phineaa (d.1630). Plymouth, Has*., early settler. 

Macdonough, Rodney. Pblneas Pratt of Plymouth and Chnrlestowu. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)87-98, 

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'Mayflower'' ancestry of Mr. Jeremiah Richards of the city of New York, through Phlneaa Pratt. 

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PREAKNESS. N. J. Hamlet of Passaic Co. 

Labaw, George Warne. Preakness and the Prcakness Reformed church, Passaic county. New Jersey. 
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PRENTIS. Noble L. (1883-1900). Kan. editor and writer. 

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M i n t o n, H. C., and Seattle, F. R. Presbyterian Church in the U. S. Presb & Ref R 13(1902)619(0). 

Presbyterian church in the U. 8. General assembly. ...Centennial of home missions in connection with 

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Le gonverneur Prescott et sa famllle. Rech Hist 8(1902)90-3. 
PRESCOTT, Arizona. Village of Yavapai Co. about 190 m. N.N.W. of Tucson. 

Hall, Sharlot M. Prescott, Arizona. Out West 16(1902)101-15, 111. 
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[Title in red and black; captions and Initials In red. Title vignette. Added t.-p., engr. "Department 
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PRINCE Edward County, Va. Co. in S. part of state. 

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PRINCE Edward Island. A province of the Dominion of Canada, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 

L'l 1 c du Prince-Edouard. Rech Hist 8(1902)286-7. 
PRINCESS Anne County, Va. Southeasternmost Co. of state. 

Land and slave owners Princess Anne county, 1778. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)1-7. 
A list of white persons and bouses in Princess Anne in March, 1785. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)75. 
Marriages performed by Rev. Smith Sherwood. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)89-92. 
The owners of watches, Princess Anne county, 1859. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)47-9. 
Princess Anne county marriages. Low Norf Ant 4"(1902)40-6. 
Slave owners, Princess Anne county. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)24-6,34-5,64-9,76-7. 
PRINCETON, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 16 m. N. by W. of Worcester. 

Princeton, Mass. ...Vital records Massachusetts, to the *nd of the year 1849. Worcester, Mass., F.P. 
Rice, 1902. 195 p. 23%cm. (Systematic history fund [publications]) [Prepared under the direction 
of F.E.Blake. L.C. 3-5656] 



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PRINCETON University. At Princeton, N. X., I'd. 1746 as College of N. J., incorp. 1896 as Princeton U. 

Bridges, Robert. Princeton University the kind of men who made it. Outl 71(1902)834-8, ill., port. 

C 1 e T e 1 a n d, Grorer. The address for the Board of Trustees [at inauguration of Pres. Wilson]. 
Princeton Alumni W 3(1902-3)98-102. 

Collins, Varnum Lansing. Indian wards at Princeton. Princeton Bull 9-13(1896-02)101-6. 

C r a n e, L. Burton. The presidency of Princeton University. Indep 64(1902)1481-4. 

The Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson, Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D., as president of Princeton Univer- 
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P a t t o n, Francis Landey. Address [at inauguration of Pres Wilson]. Princeton Alumni W 3(1002-3) 
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Wilson, Woodrow. Princeton for the Nation's service. Prlncaton Alumni W 3(1902-3)89-98. 

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269(J1). 
PRIVATEERS. Privately armed vessels licensed for warfare. 

Rowland, Henry R. A British privateer In the American Revolution. Am Hist R 7(1902)286-303. 
PROTECTION. Policy of encouraging home industries by preferential treatment. 

R o u z e 1. La protection a-t-elle pronte aux fitats-Unis? Jour ficon 61(1902)349-62. 

T r 1 c o c h e, G. N. La decadence du protectionism!- auz fitats-Unls. Jour ficon v. 60(1902)90-2. 
PROTESTANT Episcopal Church, Am. Church with Episcopal form of Gov't. 

The church In Lower Norfolk county. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)78-89. 

C r a m, R. A. Heraldry of the American church. Am. Herald J 2(1902)7-28. 

Cross, Arthur Lyon. The Anglican episcopate and thi> American colonies. [For details see same title 
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Juhlin, G. Protestantlska eplskcpala kyrkans mission bland svenskarne I Norra Amerika. Karlstad, 1902. 

Peterkin, George W[illiam]. A history and record of the Protestant Episcopal church in the diocese of 
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Westcott, Frank N[ash]. Catholic principles ns illustrated in the doctrine, history, and organization of 
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PROVIDENCE. R. I. The northernmost Co. of R. I. 

C a r pe n t e r, E. J. Roger Williams and the plantations at Providence. New Eng M 26(1902)353-64. 

Field. Index to the Probate Records of the Municipal Court of the City of Providence, Rhode Inland, 
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PUBLIC Debt (Am.). Formal obligations of a nation to its creditors. 

A u s t i n, O. P. The public debt of the United States. I. No Am 175(1902)566-76,701-20. 

B o n t e 1 1, Henry Sherman. The sinking fund and the public debt. Forum 23(1902)704-22. 
PUBLIC LANDS. Lands owned by the state. 

G 1 b s o n, P. United State public lands for home seekers. Nat'l M (Bost) 16(1902)698-702, port. 

U. S. Congress. House. Committee on public lands. . . .Hearings. . .on the question of leasing the pub- 
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Alabama department of archives and history- Gulf Mr 1(1902)64. 

The Alabama department of archives and history (note). South Hist A Pub 6(1902)90-1. 

MacDonald, William. Report of the public archives commission. [A. H. A.] Am Hist A Rep '01,2 
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Mississippi department of archives and history. Gulf Mag 1(1902)65. 

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Swan, Robert T. The Massachusetts public record commission and its work. Am Hist A Rep '01,1 
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Tables of and annotated index to the Congressional Series of United States public documents, part II. 
[Rev.in:Natlon 74(1902)309 "Covers. . .issues of .. .fifteenth to. . .fifty-second Congress. . .far bettor than 
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FUEBLO INDIANS, Village (Spanish Pueblo) or semi-civilized Indians of southwestern V. 8. 

F e w k e s, J. W. Pueblo settlements near El Paso, Texas. Am Anthrop 4(1902)57(Ja). 

Lewis, Frances W. Life ampng the Pueblos. South Work 30(1901)757-60. 
PULITZER, Joseph (b.1847). New York journalist. 

Brisbane, Arthur. Joseph Pulitzer. Cosoiopol 33(1902)51-4, port. 
PURGATORY RIVER, Col. River in 8.E. of state, flowing N.W. into Arkansas R. 

Matthews, Albert. The Purgatory River of Colorado. Renrinti-d from the Publications of the Colonial 

Society of Massachusetts, vol. VI. Cambridge, Jolin Wilson & Son, Univ. Press. 1902, pp 11, 80. 
PUTNAM, Israel (1718-90). Conn. General in Am. Revolution. 

Gen. Israel Putnam's commission. Gulf Mate 1(1902)144-5. 
PUTNAM family. 

Converse Putnam. Vt Ant 1(1902)34. 
PUTNAM, Pa. Township of Luzerne Co. in N.E. of state. 

Original records of Putnam Township, Luzerne County, I'a. Proc Wyoming Hist Soc 7(11902)157-70. 

O 8 t e r h o u t, P. M. The early history of Putnam Township, Luzerne County, Pa. Proc Wyoming Hist 

Soc 7(1902)151-6. 
PYRAMIDS. Ancient monuments in pyramid form. 

P e e t, Stephen D. Pyramids and palaces In America. Am Ant 24(1902)429-50, 111. 
QUAKERS. The religious society of Friends. 

The church In Lower Norfolk county. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)78-89. 

C o f f 1 n, W. H. Settlement of the Friends In Kansas. Traas Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)322-61. 

Early Quaker records In Virginia. South Hist A Pub 0(1902)220-38,304-13,408-14,499-508. 

England. Papists and Quakers In Pennsylvania. Am Cath Res 19(1902)79. 

H o x 1 e, H. N. The Wings as Friends. Owl 3(1902)96-100. 

Myers, Albert Cook. Immigration of the Irish Quakers Into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750, with their early his- 
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Myers, Albert Cook. Quaker arrivals at Philadelphia, 1682-17(4), being a list of certificates of removal 
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Sharpless, Isaac. A Quaker experiment In zovernmeut; hUtory of Quaker government In Pennsylvania, 

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QUANTRILL, William C. (fl.1860). Kansas outlaw. 

J o h n s o n, W. A. Early life of Quantrill In Kansas. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)212-29. 
QUAYLE, Wm. (1825-1901). Tex. Confederate officer. 

Col. William Quayle. Confed Vet 10(1902)372-3, port. 
QUEBEC, Can. A province of Canada on the St. Lawrence R. and its capital. 

American prisoners at Quebec during the Revolution. Gen Q M 3(1902)43-7. 

A u d e t, F. J. Coroners de Quebec. Rech Hist 8(1902)147. 

Bouchette, Errol. L'fivolution fconomique dans la Province de Quebec. Royal Soc of Canad N 8 7 
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C a s g r a i n, P. B. La Maison Montcalm sur les remparts, a Quebec. Rech Hist 8(1902)225-37. 

Cathollques ot protestants dans le rneme temple (St. Pierre). Rech Hist 8(1902)127 [St. Pierre] 

C h a n n e 1 1, L. S. Eastern townships of Canada. Canad M 19(1902)34-9. ill. 

C h a r 1 a n d, R. P. Paul- Victor. La chapelle Sainte-Anne ou du Pomalne. Rech Hist 8(1902)193-7. 

Codman, John. Arnold's expedition to Quebec. New York, London, The Macmillan co. Ix, 340 p. front., 
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C o u r b o n, Pierre. Les FStes de Quebec. Nouv Fr 1(1902)305-10. 

De Celles, A. D. Pages d'epopee. Nmiv Fr 1(1902)311-18. 

Desjardins, Joseph. Guide parlementalre historlque de la Province de Quebec, 1792 a 1902. Quebec, 1902. 
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Doughty, A. and Parmelee, G. W. The Selge of Quebec and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. Que- 
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and views. [Rev.ln:Hlst Pub Canad '02,7(1903)33-9 "a vory big book... six volumes dealing with a 
single siege and battle. . .three. . .volumes form an .\ppeudlx containing. . .material of the story... im- 
mense amount of detail. . .amidst abundance traces of great industry, we find little that is really new... 
too many digressions ... unique undertaking ... calls for hearty recognition from historical scholars."] 

G a g n o n, Ernest. Le college des Jesuites a Quebec. Recb Ulst 5(1902)247-9. 

G o s s e 1 1 n, L'Abbo A. H. Cures en Titre de Quebec. Rech Hist 8(1902)276. 

Kelvin, James Journal private soldier in Arnold's expedition against Quebec in the year 1775. With 
notes and an introduction by Andrew A. Melviu. Portland, Me., H.W.Bryant, 1902. 1 p. 1., 90 p. ill. 
21% cm. ["Edition limited to> two hundred and fifty copies, numbered, of which this is number 83." 
Rev.in:Hlst Pub Canad 7:46-7 "excellent Introduction and notes by the editor, who has mastered his 
subject thoroughly. . .accurate. . .always fairminded" ; Nation 75(1902)72 "Reprinted with notes... oc- 
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Murray, [Jameg]. Report of the state of the government of Quebec in Canada, June 5, 1762. . . Quebec, 
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O ' F a r r e 1 1, G.D. Notes on the lighthouses i-f the Province. Trans Literary & Hist Soc 110. 24 (1902) 24-36 

Ordinance respecting lack of reverence iu the churches of Quebec 1686. Am Cath Res 19(1902)16. 

Perrault, Frs. Bishop's charge. Providing for the celebration of the anniversary of the evacuation 
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Lea pupitres de la Chambre IV Assembles. Rech Hist 8(1902)199. 

Roy, P. G. Coroners do Quebec. Rech Hist 8(1902)78. 

Scott, H. A. Notre-Dame de Saiute-Foy, une Parolsse Historique de la Nouvelle-France. Histoire Civile 
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lery, and other places. . .conspicuous in the early history of Canada. . .among the best Canadian parish 
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...scholarly and attractive."] 

Tetu, Mgr. Henri. Le musee Chasseur a Quebec. Rech Hist 8(1902)251-2. 

Transactions of the Literary and Historical Society [of Quebec], No 24. Sessions of 1900-1902. Quebec. 
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QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Canada. 

W a t o n, John. Thirty years of Queen's University. Queen's Q Oct( 1902) 188-96. 
QUERNS. Iriih handmills formerly used in America. 

O ' F 1 y n n, Timothy. Querns. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)580-3. 
QUETZAL. Sacred bird of Central America, a Phoenix or Sun-bird. 

C r o n a u, Rudolf. The Phoenix of the Aztecs. Harper 104(1901-2)155-61, 111. 
QUINCY, Mass. City of Norfolk Co. 8 m. 8. of Boston. 

M a y n a r d, George. Field day at Quincy. Wor Soc Ant 18(1902)166-76. 

Wilson, Daniel Munro. Where American independence began; Quincy, its famous group of patriots; their 
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memorial volume which he edited. . .on. . .occasion of the 250th anniversary of the First Church In 
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QUINCY, m. City of Adams Co. 104 m. W. of Springfield. 

B o r n m a n n, Helnrlch. Geschlchte der Deutschen Qulncy's. IV. Deutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)24-31,2.2.20- 

8,2.3.34-42,2.4.43-7. 
RADCLIFFE COLLEGE. Women*' College at Cambridge, Mass. est. 1879, and incorp. 1894. 

Goes, Mary. Radcllffe College. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)69-80. 
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RAILROAD Y. M. C. A. Social clubs for railroad employees under auspices of the T. M. C. A. 
Carnegie, Andrew, and Arthur, P. M. Capital and Labor: the estimate that a prominent representative of 
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C u n n 1 f f, M. G. Social clubs for railroad men [Y. M. C. A.]. World's Work 3(1901-2)2002-5. 
RAILROADS. Roads with track of parallel rail*. 
C o u p 1 n, H. (?) Dfiveloppement enorme <ies voles ferrees aux fitats-Unis Les trusts des chemlas de fer. 

Tour Monde 12 et 19 Juil (1902). 

C u n n 1 f f, M. G. Increasing railroad consolidation. World's Work 3(1901-2)1775-80, map. 
G r e g o r y, W. D. The folly of railway subsidies. Cantd M 19(1902)47-9. 
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M c L e a n, S. J. Railway rate regulation in Canada. Forum 33(1902)419-29. 

M a y e s, B. Origin of the Pacific railroads, and esp. of the Sout. Pacific. Miss Hist P 6(1902)307-37. 
N e w c o m b, H. T. The Anthracite-carrying railways. R of Rs 26(1902)66-9, map. 
N e w c om b, H. T. The industrial commission on transportation. Pol Sci Q 17(1902)568-608. 
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T u n e 1 1, George G. American and German high-speed trains. J PoJ Econ 10(1901-2)361-93. 
RALE (Rale, Rasles, Ralle, Rasle), Sebastien (1657-1724). Jesuit missionary to Abenaki*. 

Father Halle's scalp. Am Cath Res 19(1902)12-13. 
RALEIGH, N. C. State capital, Wake Co., 386 m. S.8.W. of Washington. 

Amis, Moses N. Historical Raleigh from Its foundation in 1792; descriptive, biographical, educational, 
industrial, religious; reminiscences reviewed and carefully compiled... [Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton, 
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Battle, Kemp P. Raleigh and the old town of Bloomsburg. N C Bookl 2.7(1902)3.20. 
EAMSAY, David (1749-1815). 8. 0. writer of American hittory. 

L 1 b b y, Orin Grant. Ramsay as a plagarlst. Am Hist R 7(1902)697-703. 
RAMSOUR'S Mill, N. C. Revolutionary battle, June 20, 1780. 

B u 1 1 e r, A. P. ...the battlefield of Ramsour's Mill. Am Month M 21(1902)361-4. 
RANDOLPH family. 

H u t c h i n s o n, Cary T. Randolph family (note). Wm M Q 11(1902)146-7. 
RANDOLPH MACON COLLEGE. Meth. college at Ashland, Va. est. 1830. 

Dodd, William E. ed. The John P. Branch historical papers (No. 3) Randolph-Macon College. [Rev.ln: 
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RAKSONE (or Ransoms) family. 

R a n g o n e family. Wm M Q 10(1902)264-7. 
RAVENEL, Samuel Prioleau (1828-1908). 8. 0. merchant. Confederate oAoer. 

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RAWDON, Francis (1754-1886). British officer in Am. Revolution. 

Letter of Capt., Right Hon. Francis, Lord Rawdon. Proc Hunker Hill Mon A*s'n 42-5. 
RECIPROCITY. V. 8. policy of mutual tariff preference. 
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Charltou, John. Reciprocity with Canada. Outl 72(1902)209-12. 
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RECONSTRUCTION. Period of adjustment in South after the Civil War. 

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above bis befogging theories, be moves with a force of reasoning and earnestness of conviction that will 
make the volume almost a classic. . .The country, the South, owes the Professor a debt of unspeakable 
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D n B o s e, William Porcher. Wade Hampton. Sewanee 10(1902)364-8. 

F 1 e m 1 n g, W. L. Churches of Ala. during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Gulf Mag 1(1902)108-27. 
Johnston, Frank. Suffrage and Reconstruction In Mississippi. Miss His P 6(1902)141-244. 
L Incoln, (Mrs.) Abraham. A letter to Charles Sumner. 1866. Indep 54(1902)7-10. 
Ogg, Frederick Austin. The Reconstruction period. Current Hist 12(1902)7-10. 
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R a m a g e, B. J. Wade Hampton. Sewanee 10(1902)368-73. 
RED RIVER SETTLEMENT, Canada. Agricultural community in southern Manitoba. 

Hunt, Frank L. Britain's one Utopia. Hist. & Scien Soc of Manitoba, Transao. No. 61. 1902 pp 16. 
REED, Fanny. 

Reed, Fanny. Reminiscences, musical and other... Boston, Knight and Millet, 1903 [1902] iz p., 1 1., 
158 p. front., pi., port., facslm. 20cm. [Contents. Early days. Liszt. The marquise de Bloquevllle. 
Paul Deschanel. Benjamin-Constant. Munkaczy. Madeleine Lemaire. Coquelin. Massenet. Pade- 
rewski. Bayreuth. Finale. Rev.in:Nation 76(1903)298 "on friendly terms with Liszt, etc... has rea- 
son to write her reminiscences." Dial 34(1903)150-2(1. A. Pylt>) "a trifle too laudatory. . .racy, gossipy... 
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REED, Philip (d.1829). Md. officer in Am. Revolution, V. S. senator. 

General Philip Reed and Caulk's Field memorial. [For details see same title under subject, Caulk's Field 

(Md.) Battle of.] 
REED, Thomas Bracket! (1839-1902). Me. Congressman, Speaker of House. 

Speaker Reed. Nation 75(1902)456. 
REED, Walter (b.1861). Am. physician and writer. 

Walter Reed. A. M. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)334-5. 
REFORM SCHOOLS. Institutions for correction of wayward children. 

Roe, Alfreds. . ..Lyman school for boys, Wus thorough, Mass. New Bng M 26(1902)399-416. ports., ill. 
REFORMED Church in America. Am. denomination, formerly Ref. Prot. Dutch Church. 

Corwin, Edward Tanjore. A Manual of the Reformed Church In America (formerly Ref. Prot. Dutch 
Church) 1628-1902. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged. New York, Board of Pub. of Ref. Oh. 1902. 
pp. 1082,80. 111. [Rev.ln:N Y Rec 34(1903)69 "Remarkable and permanent addition to. ..American 
biography ... most valuable, chronological lists of the pastors and churches."] 
D r u ry, J. B. Synod of Reformed church in America. Presb & Ref R 13(1902)634(0). 
REFORMED Church of the 17. 8. Formerly German Reformed Church. 

Dubbs, J. H. The Reformed Church In Pennsylvania. Lancaster, Pa. Pennsylvania-German Society, pp 

104687. 
REFORMED Episcopal Church. Am. denomination separated from the Prot. Episo. Church. 

Price, Mrs. Annie Darling. A history of the formation and growth of the Reformed Episcopal Church, 
1873-1902. Philadelphia, J.M.Armstrong, 1902. vlll, 808, [4] p. front., pi., port. 19^ cm. [L.O. 
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REGICIDES. Judges who condemned Charles II., refugees in America. 

L y d 1 a Fisher. Dedh Reg 13(1902)95-6. 
REICHEL, Adolph D. (1834-1902). Quincy. 111. German American. 

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R o b o t, C. Acclimation du rennedous 1' Alaska. Nature 11 Jan (1902). 
RELIGION. Man's relations to the superhuman. 

A b b o 1 1, Ernest Hamlin. Religious life in America. Outl 70(1902)131-7,175-83,625-31,968-72; 71:455-9, 

498-503,783-8; 72:122-8,366-71,589-96. 
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written matter ... exaggeration" ; 61. Men. in: Am Hist R 8(1903)403 "traces toleration In America to our 
Colonial religion." L.C. 8-4367] 



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Coleman, L. A history of the American Church to tbe close of the 19th century [Oxford Church text 
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M ' C u 1 1 o c h, J. E. The place of revivals in American church history. Meth R South 61(1902)681-97. 

Newman, Alb. Henry. Der Protestantisinus in Nord-amerika. Pr W B [s 6], 1113-48. 

O a i m e t, Gustave. La devotion a sainte Anne au Canada. Reeh Hist 8(1902)218-9. 

S c h 1 n z, A. Quelques notes sur le sectarlsme en Amgrique. R Th Ph 36, 60-60. 
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY. Freedom to act according to one's conscience in religious matters. 

B a r g y, H. L'origine de la tolerance aux tats-Unis. Rev. de synthCse hlstorique [P.] 5, 17-42. 

Cobb, Sanford H[oadleyj. The rise of religious liberty in America; a history... New York, London, The 
Macmillan company, 1902. xx p., 1 1., 541 p. 23cm. "Authorities" : p. xvii-xx. [Rev.in:Dial 36(1903) 
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American doctrine. . .as well as of the peculiar features of the Old- World theory .. .Illustrated with per- 
spicuity the differences. . .exhibits the true, historical spirit"; Nation 76(1903)119 "...essential outlines 
...of considerable service ... not to be depended upon in detail and [needs] ... very thorough revision"; 
Am Hist R 8(1903)350-2(W.M.West) "unfortunate that the task fell to hands so ill-prepared. . .much 
zealous labor ... perfectly open-ininded ... eminently fair and honest; but these statements exhaust the 
praise that can be given ... commonest details of colonial history are mis-stated." L.C. 2-13240] 

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Hunt, Gaillard. James Madison and religious liberty. Am Hist A Rep '01,1(1902)163-71. 
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D r. Ira N. Remsen. World's Work 3(1901-2)1801. port. only. 

Johns Hopkins university. Johns Hopkins university; celebration of the twenty -fifth anniversary of tbe 
founding of the university and inauguration of Ira Remsen, LL. D. [For details see same title under 
subject, Johns Hopkins Univ.] 
RENICK family. 

The Renick family. Va Mag 10(1902)92-3. 
REPUBLICAN PARTY. One of the two chief parties in the U. S., founded in 1854. 

The Connecticut! Republican platform. R of Rs 26(1902)461-3. 

Halstead, Murat. Victorious republicanism. Chicago, Dominion, 1902. 12o. 
REUTERDAHL, Henry (b.1371). N. Y. artist. 

Jane, Fred T. A marine illustrator. Bk-Buyer 24 (1902) .183-7. 111. 
REVERE, Paul (1735-1818). Boston patriot, one of the Boston tea party. 

G e t t e m y, Charles Ferris. The true story of Paul Revere's Ride. New Eng M 26(1902)131-61, 111. 
REYNOLDS family. 

Tenth Annual Reunion. The Reynolds Family Association. Middle-town, Conn. Pelton & King, 1902. 8vo. 

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RHODE ISLAND. An original N. E. state of U. 8. 

Field, Edward. State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations at the end of tbe century: a history, 
Illustrated with maps, fac-slmilea of old plates and paintings and photographs of ancient landmarks... 
Boston & Syracuse, The Mason publishing company, 1902. 3 v. ill., port., map, plan, facs. 26cm. 
[Contents. v. 1. History of the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations, by C. S. Brigham. 
The wars and the militia, by E. Field. The sea force in war time, by H. P. Smith. v. 2. Epidemics 
and medical institutions, by C. V. Chapiu. Religions societies, their history and present condition, by 
D. Goodwin. Growth of public education, by H. P. Smith. The sea trade and its development, by R. 
Grieve. The printer and the press, by H. P. Smith. The growth of the library, by W. E. Foster and 
H. P. Smith. v. 3. The political development of the towns, by G. G. Wilson. The struggle for Judicial 
supremacy, by E. C. Stlness. Public and private finance, by H. K. Stokes. Industrial development, by 
J. B. Bowdltch. The poor, the defective and the criminal, by J. H. Nutting. Frefe masonry and odd 
fellowship, by H. 'P. Smith. Early habits and customs and old landmarks, by E. Field. Appendix: 
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methods of detail. . .securing from all Imaginable sources the unpublished correspondence belonging to 
that period ... supplemented ... by a list of such letters of the same period... in Mr. Bartletts Colonial 
Records of Rhode Island. . .exhaustive topical index. . .exceptional. . .list of contents. . .Judicious Insight 
marks thhe. . .annotations. . .minute accuracy."] 
Legislation concerning children in Rhode Island. Char 9(1902)99-100. 

Murray, Thomas Hamilton, 1857 Gen. John Sullivan and the battle of Rhode Island. A sketch of the 
former and a description of the latter. [For details see same title under subject, Sullivan, John.] 



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Richman, Irving Berdine. Rhode Island; Its making snd Its meaning: a survey of the annals of the com- 
monwealth from its settlement to the death of Roger Williams, 1636-16S3, with an introduction by 
James Bryce... New York and London, G.P.Putnam's sons, 1002. 2 v. fold. map. 22%cm. [Men. in: 
Am Hist R 8(1003)404-5 ".. .important. . .has a place in the field of general history .. .introduction by 
Mr. James Bryce"; Am Hist R 8(1003)545-6(H.L.Osgood) "ready sympathy and an attractive style... 
not a little original investigation and generalizing power. . .ex celleut. . .accurate and fair"; Nation 76 
1903)10-7 "plain narrative. . .from 1636-1683. . .unusually careful and impartial. . .investigation. .. 
valuable contribution. . .[no] bibliography"; Dial 35(1903)345-8(J.O.Pierce) "essentially a biography of 
Roger Williams... a keen Investigation into primitive government ... the best exposition extant of the 
Rhode Island experiment." L.C. 2-26760] 

Rhode Island (Colony) Governor*. Correspondence, 1723-1775; pub. by the National society of the Col- 
onial dames of America iu the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations; ed. by Gertrude Sel- 
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23cm. [Rev. in: Nation 76(1903)227 "spelling and punctuation of the originals have been followed... 
notes... give precisely the ... supplementary aid. . .wish[ed for]... well done"; Nation 76(1903)354 "sec- 
ond. . .volume. . .confirms the favorable Judgment we passed upon the first. . .can-fully prepared index... 
work of the editor. . .shows. . .restraint, exactness, and good judgment. . .most valuable"; Dial 34(1903) 
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development. Am Antlq Soc N S 15 II. '02(1903)130-64. 

RHODES Scholarships. Oxford scholarship* for American* founded by Cecil Rhode*. 
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Dyer, Louis. The Rhodes scholarships [for Americans]. Outl 72(1902)884-7. 

Stephens, H. Morse. The Rhodes scholarships for Americans at Oxford. World's Work 4(1902)2222-8 
RICHARD (Father) Gabriel. French Catholic priest in America. 

Pa the r Richard's escape. Am Catb Res 19(1902)168. 
RICHARDS, Dexter (1818-90). N. H. manufacturer, State senator. 

Hon. Dexter Richards [obituary]. N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)506-10. port. 
RICHARDS family. 

''Mayflower' 1 ancestry of Mr. Jeremiah RIchardb through Phincas Pratt. Gen Q M 3(1902)48-54. 
RICHARDSON, John (1796-1858). Canadian soldier, writer. 

Carstairs, John Stewart. Richardson's War of 1S12. Canad M 10(1902)72-4. 
HIGHLAND COUNTY, 0. A Co. in N. central part of state. 

B a u g h m a n, A. J. Pre-hlstorlc earthworks of Richard County. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)67-71. 
RICHMOND. Va. Capital city of Va. on James R. about 100 m. 8. by W. from Washington. 
The first Federal to enter Richmond. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)152-3. 

G a r n e 1 1, James Mercer. Seven days' battle around Richmond. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)147-51. 
James, Edward Wilson, commu. Some death notices in the "Richmond Enquirer" (note). Wm M Q 

11(1902)147-8. 
RICHMOND COUNTY, Va. A Co. in the . part of state. 

Be a 1 e, G. W. Early tombs in Westmoreland, Richmond cud Northumberland counties. Wm M Q 11 

(1902)123-30. 

RICHER, Henrich Franz (b.1822). 111. German American merchant and banker of Quincy. 
Z w e 1 c-rfolgrelche deutsche Finanzm&nner von Illinois. Eduard Abend, Heinrlch Franc Joseph Rlcker. 

Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)22-5. 
RICKET8ON, Daniel (1813-98). American writer. 

Rioketion, Anna. Daniel Ricketson and his friends; letters, poems, sketches, etc., ed. by his daughter 
and son... Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflln and company, 1902. 5 p. 1., 397, [1] p. front., 
pi., port., facslm. 22%cm. [Contents. Sketch of Daniel Ricketson, by F. B. Sanborn. Sketch of 
Henry D. Thoreau, by D. Ricketson, Letters of Daniel Ricketson and Henry D. Thoreau. Letters of 
Sophia E. Thoreau and Daniel Ricketson. Letters of Mr. *ind Mrs. A. B. Alcott, Daniel Ricketson, and 
Frank B. Sanborn. Letters of William Ellery Channlng and Frank B. Sunburn. Letters of "Theo." 
Brown. Letters of Daniel Ricketson and Alexander H. .Tanp, LL. D. -Letters of Daniel Ricketson and 
Henry S. Salt. Letters of Daniel Ricketson and Samuel A. Jones, M. D. Extracts from Daniel Rlcket- 
son's journal. Extracts from Henry D. Thoreau's journal. Poems by Daniel Ricketson. Rev.ln:Natlou 
76(1903)277-8 "With much [to] commend ... nowhere glv[o]...us In sequence the main facts and inci- 
dents of Mr. Rlcketson's life"; Dial 34(1903)40-2(A.R. Marble) "Letters, Journal-extracts, and poems 
are here collated ... all are interesting revelations. . .edited with the most delicate taste and sympathy... 
[no] index." L.C. 2-26089] 



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RICORD, Frederick Wm. (1819-97). N. J. state super, of pub. schools, writer, librarian. 

Frederick William Rlcord. N J Hist S 2(1902)194-5. 
KIDDLE, Albert Gallatin (1816-1902). Ohio legislator, U. 8. consul to Matanzas, writer. 

Albert Gallatin Riddle. Am Hist R 7(1902)821. 
EIDOWAY family. 

R 1 d g w a y, C. A. Rldgway family of Burlington Co., N. J., and Columbus, O. Old Nortliw Q 5(1902) 
5-6,39-40. 

R i d g w a y, (Mrs.)J. L. Rldgway family of Penii. and Wiufleld, Iowa. Old Northw Q 5(1902)40-2. 

HIGAL, Jose (1861-96). Filipino physician, writer, insurrectionist. 

Clifford, Hugh. The story of Jos6 Rizal the Filipino. Blackwood 172(1902)620-38. 
KIGAUVILLE, Jean-Maria des Bergeres (b.1720). 

Suite, Benjamin. L'honorable Jean-Marie des BergOres de Riguuville. Rech Hist 8(1902)350-1. 
EILEY, Franklin L. C. (b.1866). Miss. Professor of history, writer. 

How a young man built up history In Mississippi. So Allan Q 1(1902)372-7. 

KILEY, James Whitcomb (b.1835). Indiana poet. 

[Hartpenoe, William Ross] Early recollections of James Wttltcomb Rlley. By Major Rldgeway [pseud.] 
... Harrison, O., 1902. 2 p. i., 89 p. incl. pi., porl., facs. front, (port.) 17 x 14cm. [L.C. 2-20019] 
RING family. 

B o w m a n, George Ernest, Transc. by. Andrew Ring's will an<l Inventory. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)193-8. 

RIO GRANDE DO SUL, Brazil. A state in the extreme of Brazil. 

Funke, Alfred. Aus Deutsch-Brasilien. Bilder aus dem leben der Deutschen im staate Rio Grande do Sul. 
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Funke, Alfred. Deulsche siedlung ttber see. Eln abriss ihrer geschichte und Ihr gedeihen in Rio Grande 

do Sul... Halle a. Saale, Gebauer-Scbwetschke, 1902. 2 p. 1., 80 p. Incl. map. 22cm. [L.C. 3-5679] 
RITCHIE, Thomas (fl.1830). Richmond, Va. editor. 

Letlers of Thomas Ritchie glimpses of the year 1830. Branch Pap No 2(1902)147-54. 
RIYINGTON, James. Am. loyalist printer and journalist in the Am. Revolution. 

Ford, Paul Leicester. "The battle of Brooklyn." BiblioR 1(1002)69-71. 
HO ADS, Public. Way* for public travel. 

Crane, Bllery Blcknell. The Boston and Worcester turnpike. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)585-98. 

Dodge, Martin. The good roads movement. R of Rs 25(1902)66-72, 111. 
ROANE, Archibald (1755-1818). Tenn. lawyer, judge, Governor. 

Gov. Archibald Roane. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)322-4, porl. 
EOANOKE Is. North Carolina. Island between Albemarle and Famlioo Sound in N.E. of state. 

Celebration of Raleigh's altempt al settlement (note). South Hist A Pub 6(1902)194-6. 

Daves, Graham. Virginia Dare. N C Bookl 1.1(1901)3-16. 

RO BARDS family. 

R o B a r d s, John Lewis. The RoBards family. Va Mag 10(1902)98-9,205-6. 

ROBERTS, Charles (fl. 1846-1902). Pa. merchant, public citizen. 

I n memorlam Charles Roberts [obituary]. Penn Mag 26(1902)144. 
ROBERTS, George (1756-1829). N. H. soldier and sailor in Am. Revolution. 

R o b e r t s, C. H. A sketch of the life of George Roberts. Granite M 33(1902)91-97. 
ROBERTS, Isaac (1754-1816). Tenn. pioneer, Brigadier General. 

R o b e r I s papers. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)349-61. 

ROBERTS family. 

Grant, Mrs. Amorena [(Roberts)]. The Roberts family; a genealogy of Joseph Roberls of Windham, 
Maine. 18lh cenlury... Chicago, West Chicago press association [1902] J43 p. 111. (incl. port.) 23cm. 
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3-17711] 
ROBESON, George Maxwell (1829-97). N. J. Attorney General, U. 8. Secretary of navy, Congressman. 

George Maxwell Robeson. N J Hist S 2(1902)195-7. 
ROBINSON, Charles (1818-94). Am. physician, lawyer, editor, Governor of Kansas, writer. 

Blackmar, Frank W[ilson . The life of Charles Robinson, the firot statet governor of Kansas. . . Topeka, 
Kan., Crane & co., 1902. 438 pp. front., pi., port. 21cm. [Rev.ln:Am Hist R 8 (1902) 142-4 (L.W. 
Spring) "notably moderate and judicial In temper. . .does not throw much new light... more effective 
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ROBINSON, Increase (1642-ab.l699). Citizen of Taunton, Mass. 
D e a n, J. H. Iueras Robinson, senior, of Taunton. Robinson Family Gn * Hist Ass'n (1902)15-99. 



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ROBINSON family. 

R o b 1 n s o n, C. E. Historical sketch of the Robinsons, early emigrants to America. Robiuson Family 

Gen & Hist Ass'n (1902)61-98. 

The Robinson Family Genealogical and Historical Association. Officers. Constitution and by-Laws, His- 
torical sketches of early Robinson emigrants to America, Illustration's, Armorial Bearings, Members of 
Association. New York. Published by the Association 80 1902. 104pp. 
R o b 1 u s o n, M. G. Thomas Robinson, of Hartford, Conn., 1040, and Gullford, 1664, and some of his 

descendants. Robinson Family Gen & Hist Ass'n (1902)31-7. 
Robinson Notes (note). N B Reg 56(1902)206. 
R o b i n s o n, W. A. Rev. John Robinson, of Leyden, and soiue of his descendants. Robinson Family 

Gen & Hist Ass'n (1902)27-30. 
S m y t h, R. D. Comp. by. and Stelner, Bernard 0. Comma, by. Mr. Thomas Robinson of tiullford (Conn.) 

and his descendants. N E Reg 56(1902)57-9. 

ROCHAMBEAU, Jean Baptiste Donation de Vimeure, Comte de (.1725-1807). French Gen. in the Am. Rev. 
du Pouteray, J. Les fetes de Rocbambeau (En Amerique). Gaulols 24-2fi Mai 1902). 
Bochambeau. Nation 74(1902)418-9. 

Society of the Cincinnati, New York. Dinner in honor of the official delegates from France to the United 
States, on the occasion of the dedication, at Washington, if the statue of Count de Rochambeau . . . and 
of the representatives of the families of Rochambeau and Lafayette, given by members of the order, 
May twenty-seventh, 1902. [New York, Printed by T.D.Rich, 1902J 4 1. 23cm. [Contents. Menu. 
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W r i g h t, D. J. La Fayette et Rochambeau devaut les bistoriens amerlcans. Rev Hebdom 24 Mai (1902) 
ROCHESTER, N. Y. City of Monroe Co. 360 m. by rail N.W. of New York. 

Hooker, Susan H. Planting of school grounds in Rochester, N. Y. Ctry Life Am l(1902)219(Ap). 
ROCK RIMMON. Cliff near Manchester, N. H. 

Moore, William Ellery. Rock Rlmmon. Notes and Q 20(1902)150-1. 
ROCKAWA Y, N. J. Village of Morris Co. 9 m. N. by W. of Morristown. 

Crayon, Joseph] Percy, 1841 Rockaway records of Morris county, N. J., families. Cemetery records, 
church history, military lecords, local history, genealogies of the old families, nearly 20,000 data... 
Rockaway, N. J., Rockaway publishing co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 300, [4] p. front., pi., port. 20%cm. [L.C. 
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ROCKEFELLER, John Davison (b.1839). N. Y. capitalist. 

Beannler, A. L'homme le plus rich dn moude (M. John Rockefeller) Jour Debats 25 Juiu (1902). 
R a 1 p b, Julian. John Davison Rockefeller. Cosmoool 33 ( 1 902 j 160-3. port. 
ROCKEFELLER, William (b.1841). N. Y. capitalist. 

Mo ffe t t, Samuel E. William Rockefeller. Cosmopol 33(1902)407-11. port. 
ROCKHILL, William Woodville (b.1854). Director Bureau of Am. Republics. 

W. Wood vl He Rockhlll. World's Work 3(1901-2)1577. port. only. 
HOCKINGHAM. Vt. Hamlet and township of Windham Co. 5 m. N. of Bellows Falls. 

Peck, Thomas Bellows. Records of the First Church of Rockingham, Vermont, from Its Organisation, Oc- 
tober 27, 1773, to September 25, 1839, with an historical introduction. Boston, David Clapp tc Son, 1902. 
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ROCKWOOD, Elias Jefferson (1838-98). Worcester, Mass, local antiquarian. 

Dickinson, Thos. A. Sketch of E. J. Rockwood [obituary]. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)189-188. 
ROCKY MTS. Mountain range of western IT. 8. and Canada. 

Beaton, Welford W. A new Canadian glacier. Canad M 18(1901-2)213-9, 111. 
C h a p m a n, R. H. Our northern Rocky Mountains. Nat Geog M 13(1902)361(0). 
O n t r a m, James. The Ottertail group, Canadian Rockies. Appalachla, 10(1902)1-19. 
W 11 cox, W. D. Recent explorations in Rocky Mountains. Nat Geog M 13(1902)141 (My), 185(Je). 
ROEBLING, Ferdinand William (fl.1902). N. J. wire manufacturer. 

P r 1 c e, Charles W. Ferdinand William Rcx-bllne. Cosmopol 34(1902-3)98-9. 
ROEBLING, Washington Augustus (b.1837). N. J. civil engineer. 

Washington A. Roebling, with portrait. Cassler 22(1902)542(Ag). 
ROGERS, Benjamin Armstead (1835-1902). Ala. Confederate officer. 

M a J. B. A. Rogers. Confed Yet 10(1902)423, port. 
ROGERS, Henry Huddleston (fl.1902). Mass, capitalist. 
M o f f e t t, Samuel E. Henry Huddleston Rogers. Cosmopol 3ii( 1902) 532-5, port. 



188 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

ROGERS, James (1686-1755). Londonderry, N. H., early settler. 

I) r u iii in o n (1, J . H. The Two James Rogers . . . Reprinted from a pamphlet published by S. C. Gould, in 

1897, with notes and revision by the author. Historic Quart 3(1902)97-106. 
ROGERS, James (d.1752). Dunbarton, N. H., early settler. 

D r u IB m o n d, J. H. The two James Rogers. . .Reprinted from a pamphlet published by 8. C. Gould, in 

1897, with notes and revision by the author. Historic Quart 3(1902)97-106. 
ROGERS family. 

Rogers, Ja. S. James Rogers of New London, Ct., and his descendants. Boston, J.S.Rogers, 1902. 12o. 
[Rev.in:Old Northw Q 6(1903)27-8 "Compiler has done his work in excellent manner ... full Index., 
table of contents. . .illustrated. . .printing fine. . .binding elegant. . .most important contribution"; N E 
Reg 57(1903)120-l(George Clark) "Original sources ... thoroughly and carefully examined ... Index is 
very . complete ... valuable contribution"; N Y Rec 34(1903.173 "Valuable. . .painstaking research ... com- 
plete., .index."] 

Rogers, James Swift. Hope Rogers (note;. N E Reg 06(1902)408-9. 
ROOD, Ogdon Nicholas (1831-1902). Columbia Univ. Professor of physics, writer. 

Van. Amringe, J. H. Ogden N. Rood. Columb Q 5(1902)47-62. 
ROOSEVELT, Theodore (1831-78). New York, prominent citizen. 

New York (City) Union league club. Theodore Roosevelt, senior, a tribute; the proceedings at a meeting 
February 14, 1878. New York, Published by request, 1902. 2 p. 1., 9-27 p. front, (port.) 22cm. [Re- 
print, with preface by William E. Dodge. L.C. 3-940] 
ROOSEVELT, Theodore (b.1858). 26th President of the United States. 

A ue r b a c h, Joseph S. President Roosevelt and "The Trusts". No Am 175(1902)877-94. 

B o n, J. A. des Rotours. La greve charbon et M. Roosevelt. Ret BOC 16 Nov (1902). 

Conant, R. W. comp. Theodore Roosevelt. (Student's ser. of four penny classics.) Chicago, O. Brewer. 
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D e n 1 o n, Lindsay. The President on his tours. World's Work 5(1902-3)2754-60, ill. 

Fallows, Samuel. ...Life of William McKinley, our martyred president, with short biographies of Lincoln 
and Garfleld, and a comprehensive life of President Roosevelt. [For details see same title under sub- 
ject, McKinley, William.] 

Halstead, Murat. The life of Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-fifth president of the United States... Akron, 
O., New York [etc.] The Saalfleld publishing eo., 1902. xxl, 23-391 p. incl. front, pi., port. 24%cm. 
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Meyers, Robert C[ornelius] V. Theodore Roosevelt, patriot and statesman; the true story of an ideal 
American... Philadelphia, Pa. and Chicago, 111., P.W.Zieglei- & co. [c!902] 526 p. incl. front., plate, 
port. 23%cm. [L.C. 3-23487] 

Nelson, Henry Loomls. Three months of President Roosevelt. Atlan 89(1902)145-54. 

P a r s o n 8, F. President Roosevelt and the trusts. Arena 28(1902)449(N). 

The personality of President Roosevelt. Cent 63(1901-2)277-9. port. 

President Roosevelt at Cincinnati. Outl 72(1902)204-6. 

President Roosevelt at the general assembly. Outl 71(1902)338-40. 

President Roosevelt's first year. No Am 175(1902)721-45. 

Preslden Roosevelt's message. Sat R 92(1902)706-7. 

The president's message. Outl 72(1902)768-72. 

Qnelques Idfies du president Roosevelt. Quest Act 29 Dec (1902). 

Ralph, Julian. The story of Theodore Roosevelt's life. V. His first public service. Cosmopol 32(1901- 
2)559-62. 

Les recits de chasse du President Roosevelt. Petit Temps 9 Mai (1902). 

R 1 i s, Jacob A. The story of Theodore Roosevelt's life. Cosmopol 32(1901-2)406-10. 

Roosevelt, T. Message to the two houses at the beginning of the session of the 57th Congress. Albany, 
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Roosevelt, T. Works. N. Y., Putnam, 1900. Sagamore ed. 15 v. 16o; 1902. Standard lib. ed. 8 v. So.lll. 

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Roosevelt, Theodore. Three college-bred Americans. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)1-5. 

[Storey, Moorfield]. Secretary Root's record. "Marked severities" In Philippine warfare. An analysis of 
the law and facts bearing on tho action aud utterances of President Roosevelt and Secretary Root... 
Boston, G.H.Ellis co., printers, 1902. 119 p. 22cm. [Signed: Moorfleld Storey, Julian Codman. Rev. 
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W a t e r s, Theodore. American heroes: Lleutenant-Comman.ler Hoper. New Eng M 25(1901-2)123-8, HI. 
ROSLER. Gustav Adolph (d.1855). HI. German Am. politician and editor. 

Stelnwedell, Wllhelm. Gustax Adolph RSsler. Deutseh-Am G 2.2(1902)39-41. 
ROSS, George (1730-79). Pa. lawyer, signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

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Boss, George. Circular letter from Governor Ross [1776]. Host Bull 7(1902)21. 
ROSS family. 

Owen, Thomas McAdory. The Ross family, with a sketch of Jack Ferrlll Ross, flrst territorial and state 

treasurer of Alab. Gulf Mag 1(1902)207-11, silhouette. 
ROU, Louis (fl.1734). N. Y. Huguenot clergyman. 

The lost manuscript of the Reverend Lewis Ron's 'critical remarks upon the letter to the craftsman on 
the game of chess' written in 1734 and dedicated to his exctllency William Crosby, Governor of New 
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ROUMANIANS. Inhabitants of Roumania, a state of 8.E. Europe. 

P r a n k e 1, L. K. Secretary Hay's note to the powers [concerning the Roumanians] Char 9(1902)327-32. 
ROUND BOTTOM, W. Va. Hamlet of Wayne Co. 10 m. from Huntington. 

M a t b e w s, Wm. Burdette. Round Bottom, Marshall County. W Va Mag 2.1(1902)73-5. 
ROUSS, Charles Broadway (1836-1908). N. Y. merchant. 

Death of Charles Broadway Rouss. Goofed Vet 50(1902)131-2, port. 
SOUTH. Randolph-Isham (1782-1858). British Gen. in Canada. 

R o y, P. G. Sir Randolpb-Isham Routh. Rech Hist f?(1902)lll-12. 
ROWLAND, Henry A. (1848-1901). Johns Hopkins Univ. prof., scientist. 

Mendenhall, Thomas C. Commemoration of Prof. Henry A. Rowland. Smlthson R 1901(1902)739-53. 
ROWLEY, Mass. Village of Essex Co. 31 m. N.N.E. of Boston. 

S h e p a r d, Jeremiah. [Letter] to the Church of Christ at Rowley, 1674. Host Bull 7(1902)343-4. 
ROY, J. E. (fl.1860). Am. Congregational clergyman, missionary superintendent. 

A ''Veterans'* life-story. Am Miss 50(1902)7-9. 
RUCK8TUHL, F. Wellington (b.1856). N. Y. sculptor. 

d e Kay, Charles. "The spirit of the confederacy". Outl 71(1902)644-6, ill. 

Ladegast, Richard. Frederick Wellington Ruckstuhl, sculptor. New Bug M 25(1901-2)615-22, Ul. 
RUFFNER, David (1767-1848). Virginian magistrate, legislator, philanthropist. 

Ruffner, W. H. The Ruffners. III. David. W Va Mag 2.1(1902)45-68. 
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Barclay, Anne H. R. William Henry Rnffner, LL. D. W Va Mag 2.4(1902)33-43, port. 
RUNNELL8, Moses T. (d.1902). Congregational clergyman, writer. 

Rev. Moses T. Runnells. Granite M 32(1902)268-69. 
RUSH, Benjamin (1745-1813). Fa. physician, signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Clark, Martha Bladen. Benjamin Rush. Am Month M 21(1902)110-2, ill. 

RUSH, Richard (1780-1859). U. S. Attor.-Gen., minister to England and France, Sec. of Treas., writer. 
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RUSKIN COLONY, Tenn. and Ga. A socialistic cooperative experiment, 1894-1901. 

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Why all "Ruskin colonies" fall. Gunton M 22(1902)444-51. 
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A b e 1 1, W. Maltland. The new departure In American diplomacy. Gunton'H M 23(1902)476-87. 

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RUTLAND, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. about 12 m. N.W. of Worcester. 

Phillipps, David Everett, Contr. by. Monumental inscriptions In the old cemetery of Rutland, Wor- 
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Phillips, David Everett. Monumental inscriptions in the old cemetery at Rutland, Worcester County, 
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Scott, Marshall Owen. Sable Island, Nova Scotia. Canad M 18(1901-2)341-9, ill., map. 
SACRAMENTO, Cal. Capital city of state, in Sacramento Co. 75 m. N.E. of San Francisco. 

C o g g i n s, Paschal H. Reminiscence of the flood of '61. Out West 17(1902)59-64. 
SACRAMENTO valley, Cal. Valley of Sacramento R. which flows through northern Cal. into San Francisco 

Bay. 

r e e n, W. S. The Sacramento valley. Out West 16(1902) 447-62, 111. 
SAGE, Dean (1841-1902). Business man, philanthropist, writer. 
[Dean Sage] [obituary]. Nation 75(1902)12. 

ST. ANDREWS island, Nova Scotia. 

G a n o n g, W. P. The naming of St. Andrews. Acad 2(1902)184-8. 

SAINT-ANTOINE DE TILLY, Canada. Town of Quebec on St. Lawrence R. about 100 m. abor city of 
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Saint-Antoine de Tilly. Rech Hist 8(1902)321-8. 
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. Seaport city of St. John's Co. about 36 m. S.S.E. of Jacksonville. 

S h e a, J. G. First Mass in America. Am Catb Res 19(1902)2. 
ST. CLAIR, Arthur (1734-1818). Brit, officer in Canada, and later Am. General in Revolutionary war. 

The home of General Arthur St. Clair. Am Month M 21(1902)20-3, ill., port. 

Wilson, F. E. St. Glair's defeat. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)378-80; 11:30-43. 

Wilson, Frazcr Ells. St. Clair's defeat. Am Month M 21(1902)7-19. 
ST. CLAIR Co., 111. County in 8.W. part of state. 

Bine romantische Geschichte ans der Plonierzeit. Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)48. 
SAINT CLAIR, Fort. Preble Co., 0. Fort built 1791-2. 

[ R a n d a 1 1, E. O.] Fort St. Clair. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)161-163. 
ST. CROIX COUNTY, Wis. Co. in W. part of Wisconsin bordering on Minnesota. 

Graham, James Elaine. The population of St. Croix Co., >Vis., 1850-70. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)182-9 
SAINT-DENIS, Joseph-Charles Juchereau de (b.1696). French Canadian pioneer in Louisiana. 

L ' A b b e Daniel. Joseph-Charles Juchereau de Saint-Denis. Rech Hist 8(1902)154-6. 
SAINT DENIS, Louis Juchereau de. (b.1676). French pioneer on the Miss. R. 

C 1 a r k, R. C. Louis Juchereau De Saint-Denis and theRe-establishment of the Tejas Missions. Quar 

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ST. HELENA Island, S. C. One of the sea-islands of Beaufort Co. 

'The Queen of St. Helena." South Work 30(1901)185-6. 

T o w n e, Laura M. Pioneer work on the sea islands [negro school]. South Work 30(1901)396-401, ill. 
SAINT-JEAN Fort-Joli. Village and parish on the St. Lawrence 71 m. N.E. of Quebec. 

Roy, P. G. Saint-Jean Port-Joll. Rech Hist 8(1902)81. 
ST. JOHN, N. B. City of St. John Co. on Bay of Funday, 190 m. N.W. of Halifax. 

Be Id Ing, A. M. River and city of St. John, N. B. Nat'l M(Bost)16(1902)217-22, 111. 
ST. LAWRENCE. River flowing out of Lake Ontario N.W. into Gulf of St. Lawrence. 

S h o r 1 1, Prof. Down the St. Lawrence on a lumber raft. Queen's Quarterly 10(1902) July. 
SAINT Liquori, Canada. Village in Montcalm Co., Quebec, 39 m. N. of Montreal. 

Dugas, A. C. Historie de la paroisse de Saint Lignori, Comptfi de Montcalm, P. Q. Avec une notice bio- 
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ST. LOUIS, Mo. City of St. Louis Co. on the Miss R. 

D a 1 t on, Mary Louise. Saint Louis, Missouri, in the Revolution. Am Month M 21(1902)193-7. 

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F 1 a g e t, Benedict Joseph. Erection of the see of St. Louis, Missouri; Bishop Flaget's views there- 
on. His opposition to his translation thereto. Am Cath Res 19(1902)108-9. 
Francis, David R. The Louisiona Purchase Exposition. Indep 54(1902)324-7, ill. 

Frauenthal, Barney W. Barney's information guide to St. Louis; a condensed and accurate guide for the 
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Hoch, E. S. Residences of the rich, St. Louis, Mo. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)16(O). 
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Thurston, John M. The Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904. Cosmopol 34(1902-3)3-12, ill. 
W e t m o re, Claude H. and Steffens, Lincoln. Tweed days in St. Louis. McClure 19(1902)577-86, ill. 
SAINT-PATRICE de Beaurivaire. Parish of province of Quebec. 
Saint-Patrice de B^aurivage. Reoh Hist 3(1902)170. 
ST. PAUL, Minn. Capital city of state and of Ramsey Co. 10 m. . of Minneapolis. 

Lange, [Dietrich]. Paul and Lange's twin city guide, St. Paul and Minneapolis: a compendium of infor- 
mation for visitor and citizens... [St. Paul? Minn., 1902] 2 pts. in 1 v. ill., fold. map. 18V.. cm. 
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SAINT Pierre and Miquelon island*. French Islands near southern shore of Newfoundland. 

Lea lies Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. Rech Hist 8(1902)151-3. 
SAINT-RIAL, J. R. Vallieres (fl.1834). French Canadian judge. 
A u d e t, F.-J. I'D Judge en prison. Rech Hist 8(1902)113-6. 
BAINT-RtGIS (Canada). Jesuit Indian mission (1758) on the St. Lawrence. 

Forbes, L'Abbfi G. Saint-Regis. Rech Hist 8(1902)12-13. 
BT. THEODORE, Sister (1798-1856). Catholic sister. 

Sister St. Theodore. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)204. port. 
SAINTE-ANNE de la Perade. Can. Village 55 m. W. by N. of Quebec. 

R o y, P. G. Cures de Sainte-Anne de la Perade. Rech Hist 8(1902)126-7. 
SALEM, Mass. Seaport city of Essex Co. 14 m. N. by E. of Boston. 
Farrell, H. F. E. Salem, Mass. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)248(N). 
Gardner, Frank A. The old planters at Salem. Gen Q M 3(1902)3-18. 
Salem quarterly court records and flies. Ess Ant 5(1901)26-9,55-7.88-91,120-2,169-73; 6(1902)24-30,79- 

80,107-11,158-64. 
Visitors' Guide to Salem. Salem, Mass., 1902. Paper, small quarto, pp. 160, ill. [Rev.ln:Ess Ant 6 

(1902)192 "arrangement. . .systematic. . .stranger con readily find his way alone."] 
SALEM, N. T. Former name of a settlement of Westchester Co. 

Records of the Church of Christ in Salem, Westchester Co., N. Y. N Y Rec 32(1901)12-16,71-6,164- 

8,241-4; 33(1902)38-42,113-8,161-4,208-11. 

SALISBURY. Mass. Village of Eisex Co. about 11 m. N.E. of Haverhill. 
Deed of sale by John Ayer to John Stevens, both of Salisbiry. Bost Bull 7(1902)344-5. 
Hoyt, David W. The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, with some related fam- 
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Johnson, John French. The Quaker burial place, Salisbury, Mass. (note). N E Reg 56(1902)205. 
SALMON fishing. 

C h a m b e r s, E. T. D. Salmon-fishing in Canada. Ctry Life Am 2(1902)176(8). 
H a 1 1 o c k, C. Salmon-fishing. Everybody's 7(1902)22(J1). 
SALT. Table condiment chloride of sodium. 

An act for the Importation of salt Into Nova Scotia 1761. Acad 2(1902)118-21. 
SALT Lake trail. Overland-road from St. Joseph, Mo., Co., Fort Kearney, and Salt Lake City. 

C r o f t, A. J. From Meridian to Fort Kearney. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)294-5. 
SALT Spring Island, B. C. Island, Strait of Georgia, ab. 40 m. N. of Victoria. 

Philips, F. M. Saltspring Island. 1902. British Columbia. [Salt Spring Island?] Colonist presses [1902] 
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SALVATION Army. Religious organization founded by General Booth. 

Shaw, Albert. A successful farm colony in the Irrigation country. R of Rs 26(1902)561-6, 111. 



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SAMPSON, William Thomas (1840-1902). Rear- Admiral IT. S. navy. 

Benjamin, Park. The real Admiral Sampson. Indep 54(1002)1163-6, port. 

L o n g, John D. Rear-admiral William T. Sampson. McClurc 19(1902)214-7, port. 

Long, John D. Rear Admiral William T. Sampson. Fortn R 78 n. 8.72(1902)227-230. 

M a h a n, A. T. Rear Admiral William T. Sampson. Fortn R 78 n. 8.72(1902)230-39. 

M a h a n, A. T. Sampson's naval career. McClure 19(1902)217-21. 
SAMPSON Maaon family. 

Mason, Alverdo Hayward. Genealogy of the Sampson Mason family. East Bralntree, Mass. Printed by 
Alverdo Hnyward Mason, 1902. 4to. pp. 144, ill., map. [Rev.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)328(F.W.Parke) 
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SAN BERNARDINO Valley, Cal. Valley of Southern California. 

Cafcalleria [y Collell], Juan. History of San Bernardino Valley from the padres to the pioneers, 1810- 
1851; illustrated by Constance Farrls. [Son Bernardino, Cal., Times-index press, 1902] 4 p. 1., 17-130 p. 
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BAN-DIEGO, Cal. Seaport city of extreme southern Cal. 127 m. S.S.E. of Los Angeles. 

San-Diego de Californie. Un hotel ameTLcain, Un 6tablissoment thftosophlque. Tour Monde 9 et 16 

Aon t( 1902). 
BAN DIEGO County, Cal. The most southern Co. of California. 

Wood, H. P. A Southern principality. Ont West 16(1902)337-51, ill. 

Wood, H[enry] P[attonj. Home-land; being a brief description of the many attractions of the city and 
county of San Diego, California; written for the Chamber of commerce of San Diego, California. 2d 
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SAN FERNANDO de Bexar. Former name for San Antonio, Texas. 

C o x, I. J. Educational efforts in San Fernando de Bexar. Quar Tex Hist Ass 6(1902)27-63. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. Chief city and port of the Pacific coast, on San Franoisoo Bay. 
California historic-genealogical society. Publication no. 3. San Francisco, Publication committee of the 
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Keeler, Charles [Augustus]. San Francisco and thereabout, by Charles Keeler. San Francisco, The Cali- 
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Page, Thomas Walker. The San Francisco labor movement In 1901. Pol Sci Q 17(1902)664-88. 
W r i g h t, H. San Francisco, California. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)200(N). 
SAN JACINTO. Closing battle of war for Texan Independence, 1836. 

W i n t e r s, J. W. An account of the battle of San Jaclnto. Quar Tex Hist Ass 6(1902)139-44. 
SAN JOAQTTIN Valley, Cal. Valley of Central part of state. 

The San Joaquin Valley of the state of California; a brief description of the topography, climatic condi- 
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SAN LUIS Valley, Col. Valley of San Luis R., southern Colorado. 

G o u d y, Frank C. Irrigation in San Luis valley. Nat'l M(Bost)15(1901-2)718-22, ill. 
SAN MATEO County, Cal. A western Co. of California. 

D e J u n g, Wm. San Mateo County. Out West 16(1902)221-33, ill. 
8ANBORNTON. N. H. Village of Belknap Co. 22 m. N. of Concord. 

Philbrook, H. S. A few memories and traditions of Sanbornton. Granite M 32(1902)177-82. 
SANDEMANIANS. A religious sect founded by John Glas, of Scotland, in 1725. 

Walker, Wllliston. The Sandemanians of New England. Am Hist A Rep '01, 1(1902)131-62. 
W i n s 1 o w, Erring. A Loyalist in the siege of Boston. N E Reg 56(1902)48-94. 
SANDY Spring, Md. Village of Montgomery Co. 18 m. N. of Washington, D. C. 

[Moore, Eliza Needles (Bentley)]. Annals of Sandy Spring; or, Twelve years history of a rural com- 
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SANFORD family. 

Hodges, Almon D. Notes of the Sanford family of Portsmouth, R. I. N E Reg 56(1902)294-7. 
Sanford-Stratton (note). N E Reg 56(1902)409-10. 



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SANTA Catharina, Brazil. A state of southern Brazil. 

Fabri, C. Deutsche siedelungsarbeft im staato Santa Catharina, Siidbrasilien, in fttufjilhrigem werde- 
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N. N. Die deutschen Franziskaner 1m Staate Sa. Catharina [Eras.] Kath. Missionen 1902-1903, No. 7 ff. 
SANTO Domingo. A West Indian republic occupying eastern end of Is. of Haiti. 

G r i m k e, Archibald H. Some phases of life In Saoto Domingo. South Work 30(1901)161-7, ill., port. 
SARATOGA Springs. N. Y. A town and health resort of Saratoga Co. 38 m. N. of Albany. 

Revolutionary soldiers burled at Greenbrldge cemetery, Saratoga Springs. Am Month M 21 
(1902)118. 

Williams, Jesse Lynch. Saratoga and its people. Outing 41(1901-2)265-75, ill. 

SARCHET family. 

[Sarohet, Cyrus P. B.] The genealogy of the Sarcbet family, from the Island of Guernsey to Cambridge, 

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SARGENT, Winthrop (1753-1820). Secretary of the Northwest Terr., officer in Am. Rev., Gov. of Hiss Terr. 
Sargent, Winthrop. Winthrop Sargent, Governor of th<- Mississippi Territory. Gulf Mag 1(1902)140-1. 
SATJGERTIES, N. Y. Village of Ulster Co. 100 m. above N. Y. on the Hudson. 
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8AUNDERS, Charles Hioks (1821-1901). Boston merchant. 

H a y w a r d, Silvanus. Charles Hicks Saundero. N E Reg 56 Suppl(1902)lxxt-lxxil. 
SAVINGS banks. Institutions for receiving and investing moderate savings. 

Hamilton, James Henry. Savings and savings Institutions. N. Y., Macmlllan co., 1902. [ReY.ln:Nation 
75(1902)212-13 "Praiseworthy undertaking. . .has collected many facts. . .account. . .satisfactory. .. [has] 
not. . .comprehensive grasp of. . .subject."] 
SAWYER, Eugene T. Dime novelist. 

B u r g e s s, G. Eugene T. Sawyer, dime novelist. Bookman 15()902)528<Ag). 
8AYBROOK, Conn. Village of Middlesex Co. 32 m. E. of New Haven. 

Hart, Samuel. Yale college in Old Saybrook. Conn Mag 7(1902)266-72, 111., port. 
J o h n s o n, Clifton. An historic town In Connecticut. New Eng M 26(1902)562-74, ill. 
SCARBOROUGH, N. Y. Village of Westohester Co. on the Hudson, 4 m. N. of Tarrytown. 

Mrs. Elliott F. Shepard. Residence t Scarborough. Archit Rec 12(1902)549(0) 
SCARLETT family. 

Tombstones of the Scarlett family. Win M Q 11(1902)145. 
SCHILLER, Friedrick. Swabian journalist in Am. Revolution. 

W a 1 z, John A. Three Swabian journalists and the Am. Rev. I. Friedrich Schiller. Am Germ 4(19O2) 

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SCHLEY, Winfield Scott (b.1839). Rear-Admiral U. S. navy. 

Graham. George Edward. Srhley and Santiago: an historical account of the blockade and final destruc 
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Illustrated with photographs taken by the author during the cruise, and during the battle. Chicago, 
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tember 12, 1901... Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 2 v. fold, map, plan., diagr. 23cm. (67th 
Cong., 1st sess. House. Doc. no. 485) [Collation: (v. 1) 1 p. 1., 1259 p.; (v. 2) 1 p. 1., 1259-1936, 
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Schley's "Petition for relief from the findings and report of a court of inquiry, and accompanying 
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SCHMITT. Edmond John Peter (1865-1901). Tex. Catholic priest and historical writer. 

C o x, I. J. Father Edmond John Peter Schmitt. Quar Tex Hist Ass 5(1902)206-11. 
8CHUREMAN family. 

Wynkoop, Richard. Schuremana, of New Jersey. 2d ed. New York, Printed by the Knickerbocker press, 
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194 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

SCHUYLER, Montgomery (1814-96). Episcopal clergyman, writer. 

Schuyler, W. Ambassador of Christ: biog. of Rev. Montgomery Schuyler. N. Y., Gorham, 1902. 80. 
SCHTTYLKILL Valley. Valley of Schuylkill R., a tributary of the Delaware. 

Down the Schuylkill Valloy. Pa Get- 3(1902)27-43, ill., port. 
SCHWAB, Charles Michael (b.1862). Pa. Fres. U. S. Steel Corporation, capitalist. 

M o f f e t t, Samuel B. Charles Michael Schwab. Cosmopol 33(1902)284-8, ill., port. 
SCIENCE. Systematic pursuit of knowledge and its ordered results. 

Abbe, Cleveland. Meteorology and the position of science in America. No Am 174(1902)833-44. 
N e w c o m b, Simon. Conditions which discourage scientific work In America. No Am 174(1902)145-58. 
S n y d e r, Carl. America's inferior position in the scientific world. No Am 174(1902)59-72. 
SCOTCH-IRISH. Descendants of Scotch settlers in Ireland. 

B r y d e n, James A. The Scots in Wisconsin. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)153-8. 
Griffin, Martin I. J. The Scotch-Irish. Am Cath Res 19(1902)115-8. 

Hanna, Charles A[ugrustus]. The Scotch-Irish; or, The Scot In North Britain, north Ireland, and North 
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not a history ... not even well arranged. . .but a collection of materials much irrelevant"; Nation 74 
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readable matter. . .very serviceable for reference and... public libraries"; Dial 33(1902)325(F.W.Shepard- 
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1888. The chapter on "How the Irish name" is based upon articles contributed to the Boston pilot, 
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SCOTT, Winfield (1786-1866). Officer in War of 1812, General-in-Chief in Mexican War, writer. 

Gen. Winfleld Scott (letter). Collect 15(1902)102-3. 
SCTTDDER, Horace Elisha (1838-1902). N. E. editor, historian, writer. 

H I g g 1 n B o n, Thomas W. [Tribute to Horace E. Scudder.] Masn Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)494-6. 
SEAL fishing. Industry of hunting the fur-bearing seals. 

McGrath, P. L. Seal fishery of Newfoundland Banks. Idler 22(1902)286(D). 
SEARS, Barnas (1802-80). Mass. Baptist clergyman, professor. 

Hovey, Alvah. Barnas Sears, n Christian educator; his making and work... New York, Boston [etc.] 

Silver, Burdett & company [1902] Iv p., 3 1., 184 p. front., pi., port. 20cm. [L.C. 2-30129] 
BEATON, William Winston (1785-1864). Am. journalist, regent of Smithsonian Institution. 
M e 1 1 e n, George Frederick. Famous southern editors: William Winston Seaton. Meth R South 51(1902) 

569-82. 

SEATTLE, Wash. City of King Co. 22 m. N.N.E. of Tacoma. 
The Argus, Christmas number, v. 9, no. 46; Dec. 20, 1902. Seattle, Wash. [H.A.Chadwick] 1902. 80 p. 

ill. (incl. port). 31cm. [Descriptive of Seattle and the state of Washington. L.C. 3-15275] 
SECESSION. Doctrine of the right of a state to resume independence. 

Adams, Charles Francis. Speech of Charles Francis Adams, of Mass., December 22, 1902, at the banquet 
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Calhoun and secession. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)415-6. 
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Reagan, John H. [Letter to Pres. Johnson.] Southern political views, 1865. South Hist A Pub 6 

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Woods, Thomas H. A sketch of the Miss. Secession Convention of 1861. Miss Hist P 6(1902)91-104. 
SECOND RIVER, N. J. 
Register of baptisms, births, marriages, membership, in the Dutch Reformed Church at Second 

River, New Jersey. N J Hist S 2(1902)177-85. 
SECRET Service. Detective department of the gov't. 
M o r a n, W. Herman. The Secret Service. New Eng M 26(1902)752-9, ill. 



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"SECURITY-HOLDING Company." A stock and bond trust-corporation. 

T r 1 c o c h e, George Nestler. Un Nouveau rou.ige financier aux fitats-Unis. "The Security-Holding Com- 
pany." Jour ficou 50(1902)380-6. 

SEDGWICK, John (1813-33). Conn, officer in Mexican and Civil Wars. 

Sedgwick, John. Correspondence, MaJor-Genpral. v. 1. [New York] Printed for C. and E.B.Stoeckel [by 
the De Vinne press] 1902. v. front, (port.) 23cm. [Vol. 1: edition of 300 copies. Rev.in:N B Reg 
56(1902)414(F.W.Parke) "clear in style. . .of interest." L.C. 2-16763] 
SEE, Adam (b.1764). Virginia lawyer, legislator. 

S e e, C. S. M. Historical sketch of Adam See, Esq. W Va Majr 2.3(1902)72-6. 
8EELE. Hermann (1823-1902). Texas pioneer, teacher, lawyer and legislator. 

Hermann Seele. D->ntsch-Am G 2.2(1902)69-70. 

SEMINOLE Indians. A branch of the Creek tribes, formerly of Fla. , now of Ind. Ter. 

Brown, G[eorge] H. Ponce de Leon land and Florida war record. [For details see same title under sub- 
ject. Ponce de Leon.] 
Moore-Wilson, Minnie. Seminoles of Florida, relationship to Aztecs and eastern tribes. Fla M 4 

(1902)1-11. 
8EHMES, Raphael (1809-77). M. Confederate naval officer in Civil War, writer. 

Raphael Semmes in the United States navy. Gulf Mag 1(1902)203-4. 
SENATE (U. 8.). Upper house of Congress. 

D o d d, William E. The principle of instructing United States senators. So Atlan Q 1(1902)326-32. 
Ledge, Henry Cabot. The treaty-making powers of the Senate. Scrib M 31(1902)33-43. 
Presidents pro tempore of the United States Senate. Collect 15(1902)87. 
The Senate as a treaty maker. Nation 74(1902)84-0. 
SENECA Indians. A tribe of the Six Nations of N. Y. state. 

[Samson, William H.] The claim of the Ogden land company. [Rochester, N. Y., 1902] 2 1. 28cm. 
[Caption title. A letter to H. L. Osgood, corresponding secretary of the Rochester historical society, 
signed in ins. by the author. L. C. 2-20205] 
SEQUOYA League. A "league to make better Indians," founded 1908. 

The Seqnoya League. Out West 16(1902)297-302,402-13,519-22.643-50: 17,81-3,214-20,344-9,476-80, 

601-7,731-4. 
SERAPHIM. Mother. Catholic Sister. 

Mother Seraphim. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)377, port. 
SERNOULT Fort. Fort at Detroit, Michigan. 

B a t e s. S. W. [Evacuation of Ft. Sernoult, Detroit.] Spirit of 7<? 8(1902)96-8, plan. 
8ERRA. Junipero (1713-84). Founder of California, apostle to the Indians. 

Jackson, Mrs. Helen [Maria (Fiske)] Hunt Father Jnnlpero and The mission Indians of California: 
illustrated by Henry Sandham. Boston, Little, Brown, ft company, 1902. 3 p. 1., [ii]-xii, 159 p. incl. 
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prepared especially for schools." Pref. note. L. C. 2-17873] 

8 e r r a, Junipero. Diary, 1769. Out West 16(1902)293-6,399-406,513-8,636-42; 17(1902)69-76, fac. 
SETON. Ernest Thompson (b.1860). American naturalist, lecturer, and writer. 

Ernest Seton-Thompson ; a Canadian naturalist. [Nature] Llv Age 232(1902)222(Ja25). 
M c C a b P, Lida Rose. At Windygoul with Ernest Thompson Setcn. Bk-Buyer 25(1902-3)21-84, ill., fac. 
8EWANEE Review. Review edited under the auspices of Sewanee University. 

H c n n e m a n, John Bell. Ten years of the Sewanee Review: A retrospect. Sewanee 10(1902)477-92. 
SEWELL, Samuel (1652-1730). Boston judge in Salem witchcraft trials, writer. 

Green, Samuel A. [Commonplace bock of Samuel Sewell.] Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)521-2, ill. 
SEWELL, William Joyce (1835-1901). N. J. officer in Civil War, U. S. senator. 

Stokes, Edward C. Memorial address upon William J. Sewell, United States senator of New Jersey, deliv- 
ered before the legislature of New Jersey, March 24, 1902. Trenton, N. J., John L. Murphy Pub. Co., 
printers, 1902. pp. 32, port. 
SEYMOUR, Lucy A. (d.1902). Teacher, educator, nurse in Civil War. 

Lacy A. Seymour. South Work 30(1901)239-40. 
SEYMOUR, Conn. Village of New Haven Co. 11 m. N. W. of New Haven. 

Campbell, Hollis A[ndrew], Sharpe, W. C., and Bassett, F. J. Seymour, past and present. Seymour, 
Conn., W.C.Sharpe, 1902. 613 p., 1 1. incl. 111., map. front., nort. 24cra. [Rev.lnrN E Reg 56(1902) 
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198 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002. 

SHAKERS. Popular name of United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing' 

M a c L e a n, J. P. Mobbing the Shakers of Union Village. <>hio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)108-33. 

M a c L e a n, J. P. The Shaker community of Warren County: Its origin, rise, progress and decline. 

Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)251-304, ill. 

M a c L e a n, J. P. Shaker Mission to the Shawnee Indians. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)215-29. 
SHAPLEIGH. Major, 17th Century Quaker. 

Grove, J. Major Shapleigh the Quaker [extract]. Old Eliot 5(1902)35-37. 
SHARP, Joseph L. President first Nebraska territorial legislature, journalist. 

Joseph L. Sharp. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)58. 
SHARP family. 
Haines, George. Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Prickitt, Eves, Evans, Mooro, 

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details se same title under subject, Haines family.] 
SHAW, Leslie Mortier (b.1848). Iowa banker, Governor, IT. 8. Secretary of Treasury. 
B r i g h a m, Johnson. Leslie Mortier Shaw. R of Rs 25(1902)101-6, ill., port. 
Hon. Leslie M. Shaw. World's Work 3(1901-2)1692. uort. only. 
Roberts, George E. Leslie M. Shaw. Indep 54(1902)139-42. port. 
SHAW, Robert Gould (1837-63). Mass, officer in Civil War. 

Higginson, Henry Lee. Four addresses, by Henry Lee Higgluaon. [For details see same title under sub- 
ject, Harvard Univ.] 
SHAWNEE Indians. An Algonquian tribe 8. of E. and S.E. of V. S., now of Indian Territory. 

M a c L e a n, J. P. Shaker Mission to the Shawnee Indians. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)215-29. 
SHAYS Rebellion. Civil uprising in Mass., 1787. 

Noble, John. A few notes on the Shays Rebellion. Am Autiq Soc N S 15 II '02(1903)200-32. 
Wilder, G. [Letter on Shay's Rebellion.] Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)371-3. 
SHEBOYGAN County, Wis. Co. in E. part of state. 
G e r e n d, Alphonse. The archaelogical features of Sheboygan County [Wis.] I. The village sites. Wis 

Arch 1(1901-2)12-21, plat, ill., 60-9. 
SHEEP raising. Industry of raising and marketing sheep and wool. . 

M i n t o, John. Sheep husbandry in Oregon. The pionet-r era. Oreg Q 3(1902)219-47. 
SHELBURNE, Vt. Village of Chittenden Co. 7 m. 8. of Burlington. 

H a z e 1 1 o n, Henry I. Shelburne farms. New Enjr M 25(1901-2)267-77. ill. 
SHELBY, Joseph (b.1831). Mo. Confederate General, V. S. marshall for the western district of Mo. 

Reed, Wallace Putnam. Last forlorn hope of the Confederacy. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)117-21. 
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. City of Shelby Co. 27 m. S.E. of Indianapolis. 

Boetcker. William J[ohn] H[enry]. Picturesque Shelbyvllle. Representing the official, business and so- 
cial relations of Shelby ville, Indiana... Photos taken by: J. F. Orebaugh ... matter contributed by: 
Mr. Chas. H. Tindall... [Shelbyville, Ind.] W.J.H. Boetcker, 1902. 183 p. incl. ill., port. 19%x27cm. 
[L.C. 3-184] 
SHELDON, William (1830-1902). Clergyman. 

Sheldon, Lucy. The life and labors of William Sheldon, written end comp. by his daughter... Mendota, 
111., Western advent Christian publication association, 1902. 304 p. front., pi., port. 20cm. ["A 
model preacher" [poem by Jennie Sheldon Bowden] p. 7-9. L.C. 3-31] 
8HEPARD, Jeremiah (fl.1674). Clergyman. 

S b e p a r d, Jeremiah. [Letter] to the Church of Christ at Rowley, 1674. Bost Bull 7(1902)343-4. 
SHEPHERD, David (d. about 1795). Va. pioneer, Indian fighter. 

C r a n m e r, G. L. Col. David Shepherd, first lieut. commandant of Ohio Co., Va. W Va Mag 2.2 

(1902)631-5. 

C r a n m e r, G. L. A correction as to Col. David Shepherd. W Va Mag 2.3(1902)72. 
SHEPHERD, Thomas (d.1776). English settler of Mecklenburg, now Shepherdstown, W. Va. 

Allen, Fanny Shepherd. Thomas Shepherd. W Va Mag 2.4(1902)28-33, ill. 
SHERIDAN, Philip Henry (1831-88). General in Civil War. 

Sheridan, Philip Henry. Personal memoirs, general United States army. New and enl. ed. with an ac- 
count of his life from 1871 to his death, in 1888, hy Brig. -Gen. Michael V. Sheridan... New York, D. 
Appleton and co., 1902. 2 v. front., ill., port., map, facsim. 22'/&cm. [Rev. in: Nation 74(1902)268 
"Less than 130 pages. . .added. . .by. . .Gen. Michael V. Sheridan. . .relate. . .chief incidents of... life 
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WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 19t 

SHERMAN, LydU Whitney (1804-98). 

Sherman, George W[itherell] and Sherman, Andrew M. Memorials of Lydia Whitney Shermau who passed 
away March eighteen, anno Domini, eighteen hundred and ninety -eight. [Morrlstown, N. J., The Jer- 
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SHERMAN, Roger (1721-93). Conn, signer of the Declaration of Indeoendence, V. S. senator. 

P h y f e, R. Eaton, A.B. Roger Sherman a maker of the nation. Couu Mag 7(1902)234-4$, ill, port. 
SHEKMAN, William T. (1820-91). General in Civil War. 

Johnson, W. F. Life of W. T. Sherman. ^ Biographies of famous men.) Chicago, Oonohue, 1902. 12o. 

Wilson, James Grant. A sheaf of Sherman letters. Indep 54(1902) 213-5. 
SHERMAN family. 

Bowman, 6. K. The estates of William Sherman, jr., and Israel Holmes. Mayo Desc 4(1902)171-4. 
SHERWOOD, Smith (fl.1822). Va. Baptist clergyman. 

Marriages performed by Rev. Smith Sherwood. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)89-92. 
SHERWOOD, William (d. about 1687). Virginia Attorney-General, Va. Burgess. 

Letters of William Sherwood to Sir Joseph Williamson. Wm M Q 11(1902)112-13. 
8HILOH (Tenn.). Civil War battle, Apr. 6-7, 1862. 

H u r s t, T. M. Battle of Shiloh. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)22-37. 

Misfortune to southern arms at Shiloh. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)106-8. 

Moore, John C. Shiloh issues again. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)310-7. 
SHIP subsidies. Bounties for the encouragement of native ship building. 

Coombs, John C. The Isthmian Canal, the subsidy bill and a mighty navy. Nat'l M(Bost)15(1901-2) 
466-77. 

The effectiveness of subsidies. Nation 74(1902)4-5. 

M c V e y, Prank L. The Frye Subsidy bill. Yale R 11(1902-3)38-156. 

Schlffessubventionsges. d. Verelulgt. Staat. v. N.-A. Export(1902)no.8,15. 

The ship-subsidy scheme. Nation 74(1902)106-7. 
SHIPBUILDING. The art and industry of making ships. 

Bergengren, Ralph. Steel ship building in Massachusetts. New Eng M 26(1902)276-89, ill. 

Cramp, Charles H. The Steamship merger and American shipbuilding. No Am 175(1902)5-16. 

Crowell, J. f. Present status and future prospects of Am. shipbuilding. (Pub. of the soc., no. 325.) 
Phila., Am. Acad. Pol. Sol., 1902. 80. 

CrowelLJ. F. Present status and future prospects of Am. shipbuilding. Ann Am Acad Pol Scl 19 
(1902)46-60. 

Goodrich, Arthur. The expansion of the American shipyard. World's Work 3(1901-2)1933-50, 111. 

Hnske, Ellis. [Letter] to Cornelius Waldo [1731]. Bost Bull 7(1902)381-2. 

S e h w a r z, T. Amerlkan. schlffbau 1. letzt. Jahrsebnt. Jahrb d Schlffbautech(1902)3B. 

Spears, John R. Our ships of the sea. Outl 71(1902)631-43. 111. 

W e y e r, B. Warum d. Kaiser s. Yacht In Amerlka bauen Iftsst. Ueberall(1902)no.9,2Abb. 
SHIPP, Bernard (b.1813). Kentucky poet and writer. 

S b 1 p p, Bernard. Reminiscences of a long life. Gulf Mag 1(1902)19-26, port. 
SHIPPEN, Margaret (fl.1793). Wife of Benedict Arnold. 

Walker, Lewis Burd. Life of Margaret Shippen, wife of Benedict Arnold. Penn Mag 25(1901)20-46, 

145-9[Port.of Hamilton]289-302, 452-97; 26(1902)71-80,224-44,322-34,464-8, port. 
SHIPPING. All large apparatus for water transportation. 

A n t e 1 1 der Verelnlgten Staaten an der interuat. Seeschlffahrt. Grenxboten(1902)no.l4. 

Cramp, Charles H. British subsidies and American shipping. No Am 175(1902)829-34. 

Goodrich, Arthur. Merchantmen twice as big as men-of-war. World's Work 3(1901-2)1653-8, ill. 

Les llgnes de navigation franchise sur I'ameriqm- du Nord et le Trust de 1' Ocean. La Crolx 26 Nov 
(1902). 

Marvin, Wluthrop L. The American ship in 1902. Scrib M 32(1902)577-83. 

Nixon, Lewis. The developing of shipping in the United States. Cosmopol 32(1901-2)371-8, ill. 

Passagierverkehr zwlsch. Europa u. New York. Uhlands Vekehr zeit(1902)no.!2. 

Ship registers for the port of Philadelphia, 1720-1775. Penn Mag 25(1901)118-31,266-81,400-16,560-74; 

26(1902)126-43,280-4,390-400,470-5. 
SHIPPING Trust. Combination of N. Atlantic steamship lines, "Internal. Merchant Marine Co." 

Cramp, Charles H. The Steamship merger and American shipbuilding. No Am 175(1902)5-16. 

Elzbacher.. The American Shipping trust. Coutemp 82(1902)69-79. 

L a w s o n, W. R. The Cunard agreement. Contemp 82(1902)703-15. 

Marvin, Winthrop L. The great ship "Combine." R of Rs 26(1902)679-88, ill., port. 



198 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002. 

Schroedter, C. Amerikan.-Engllsch. Schiffs Syndikat u. d. dtschn. Rheederelen. Ueberall(1902)no. 

38,39. 

The shipping deal. Nation 74(1902)380-1. 
The steamship combine. Nation 74(1902)321. 
Trade results of the shipping trust. Sat R 93 (1902.) 659-150. 

Wetherell, W. American millionaires and British shipping. Fortn 77(1902)511-23. 
SHOE industry. Making and marketing: of shoes. 

L ' I u d u s t r i e de la chaussure auz fitats-Unis. Jour con 52(1902)384-6. 
SHORTHAND. Abbreviated forms for rapid writing. 

U p h a m, W. P. Shorthand notes of Jonathan Edwards. Miss Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)514-21, fac. 
SIBLEY, Charlotte Augusta Langdon (Cook) (1819-1902). Mass, local philanthropist. 
[Mrs. Charlotte Augusta Langdon Sibley, obituary.] N E Reg 56(1902)222. 

Sibley, Charlotte Augusta Langdon (Cook) "Mrs. J. L. Sibley." Will of Charlotte Augusta Langdon 
(Cook) Sibley, of Groton. Born in Boston, 6 October, 1819. Died in Groton, Massachusetts, 22 January, 
1902. [Groton, 1902] 6 p. 23%cm. [L.C. 2-17697] 

Young, Joshua, Address at the funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Augusta Langdon Sibley, of Groton, Massachu- 
setts, January 25, 1902. Groton, 1902. 18 p. 24%cm. [L.C. 2-17954] 
SIERRA Nevadas, Cal. Mountain range of California parallel to the Coast. 

King, Clarence. Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada. New York. C.Scribuer's sons, 1902. xi p., 1 1., 
378 p. 19>cm. [Rev.in:Natlon 75(1902)420 "Reprint. . .extraordinary merit as narrative ... noble de- 
scriptions of nature abound"; Dial 33(1902)479 "reprint will be welcome. . .fascinating work." L.C. 
2-27225] 

Roberts, Milnor. On the crest of the Sierra Nevada. Out West 17(1902)429-41, 111. 
Wilson, Obed G[ray]. My adventures in the Sierras. Franklin, O., The Editor publishing co., 1902. 1 

p. 1., 215 p. port. 19%cm. [L.C. 3-845] 
SIGOURNEY, Lydia Howard (Huntley) (1791-ab.l864). American writer, teacher. 

C o 1 1 1 n, Grace Lathrop. Lydia Huntley Sigourney. New Eng M 27(1902)15-30, 111., port. 
BILK industry. Manufactures of silk and their marketing. 

Geargeot, C. Les projcrSs dp 1'lndustrie de la *! aux tats-Unis. Ref Econ 2 Mars(1902). 
Williams, Carrie. Silk culture in California. Overland n s 40(1902)363(0). 
8ILLEBY, Noel Brulart de (1577-1640). French minister of state. 

Scott, H. A. No61 Brulart de Sillery. Nouv Fr 1(1902)169-83. 
8ILSBY, Arthur Wilson (1851-99). N. H. county judge. 

Arthur Wilson Sllsby (obituary). N H Hist S 111.2.1897-9(1902)511-12. 
SILVERWARE. Articles of silver. 

Jack, David Russell. Old plate. Acad 2(1902)147-54, ill. 
SIMPSON, Sampson (1780-1857). Founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York. 

I s a a c s, M. S. Sampson Slmson. Pub Amer Jew Hist Soc 10(1902)109-17. 
SINGLE tax. Theory of taxing land only associated with Henry George. 

Miller, Joseph Dana. Is the single tax movement making progress? Indep 54(1902)2192-4. 
SIOUX (or Dakota) Indians. A collection or race of Indians of Dakota, Neb., and Wyoming. 
Death of Logan Fontanelle. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)161-4. 
Dillon, Lee A. The Indian massacre of 1866. Nob Hist S 11.5(1902)223-5. 
Sketches Historical and Descriptive of the Monuments and Tablets . . . connected with the Indian utbreak 

of 1862. [For details see same title under subject, Minnesota.] 
SKANEATELES, N. Y. Village of Onondaga Co. 7 m. E. by N. of Auburn. 

Leslie, Edmund Norman. Skanea teles; history of Its earliest settlement and reminiscences of later times: 
disconnected sketches of the earliest settlement of this town and village, not chronologically arranged, 
together with Its gradual and progressive advancement in business prosperity and higher education. 
With notes of the Individuality of prominent citizens... New Y'ork, Press of A. H. Kellogg, 1902. xxil, 
477 (i. e. 483) p. incl. 2 front, ill., pi., port. 2ft%cm. [Paging irregular: p. 26a and 26b inserted 
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SKINNER, Charles R. (b.1844). N. Y. state superintendent of public education, writer. 

Charles R. Skinner. World's Work 4(1902)2140, port. only. 
SKOKOMICH Indians. A tribe of British Colombia. 

H i 1 1 - T o u t, C. Communal houses in British Columbia. Am Ant 24(1902)107. 
QU i m b y, Llda W. Among the Skokomlsh Indians. South Work 30(1901)511-13. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 189 

SLAVERY (anti-slavery, abolition, emancipation). Property in human beings. 

A d a m 8, C. F. John Quincy Adams and Martial Law. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)436-78. 

B a 1 1 a g h, James Curtis. The anti-slavery sentiment lii Virginia. So Atlan Q 1(1902)107-17. 

Ballagh, James Curtis. A history of slavery in Virginia. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press, 1902. 1 
p. 1., rili, 160 p. 24cm. (Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political science. Extra 
volume, xxiv) ["Bibliography": p. 149-154. Rev.in:Am llist R 8(1903)356-7(W.E.DuBois) "best local 
study of American slavery. . .yet appeared ... lumper and balance. . .well maintained. . .bibliography and 
an index"; Nation 75(1902)310-11 "Confined ... to ... legal aspects of slavery. . .first-rate piece of work 
...style [while]... Involved... is. ..readable... punctuation [shiftless]"; South Hist A Pub 6(1902)514-6 
"strength lies in reference. . .might have been greatly extended. . .as a constructive study ... Incomplete 
for Virginia alone. . .bibliography of 4 pages where the omission of well-known books Is noteworthy... 
Index ... worse than useless." L.C. 2-13405] 

B a r k e r, B. C. The African Slave Trade In Texas. Quar Tex Hist Ais 6(1902)145-58. 

C o 1 w e 1 1, Percy Robert. The verse of the slavery struggle. Princeton Bull 13(1902)44-5. 

The Confederate plan for arming slaves. South Work 30(1901)475-6. 

Cory, C. E. Slavery In Kansas. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)229-42. 

H a s k e 1 1, The passing of slavery in Western Missouri. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)28-39. 

Helps, Sir Arthur. The Spanish conquest in America and its relation to the history of slavery and to thi 
government of colonies. [For details see same title under subject, America.] 

Land and slave owners Princess Anne county, 1778. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)1-7. 

Little, William. An Indian as property, 1721. [Letter] to Samuel Tllley. Bost Ball 7(1902)74. 

Locke, Mary Stoughton. Anti-slavery in America from the Introduction of African slaves to the prohibition 
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work and fairness. . .extended bibliography. . .index. . .Is what an index should be."] 

Lowell, James Russell. The anti-slavery papers. Boston and New York, Houghton,, Mifflln and company, 
1902. . 2 v. _24cm. [These vovlumes "contain more than fifty articles; the first five contributed during 
1844 to the 'Pennsylvania freeman;' the rest, between 1S45 and 1850, to the 'National anti-slavery 
standard.' " Introduction. Rev.ln:Nation 76(1903)14-5 "need of this elegant reprint. . .not. . .apparent 
...[no] index ... Invited annotation. . .tasteful. . .edition. .. [practically] free from printers' errors"; 
Dial 34(1903)14-6( Wallace Rice) "reprint. . .interesting to trace. . .germs of thought which went Into... 
great poems of freedom and democracy": Hen.ln:Am Hist R 8(1903)608 "Most of the articles. . .were 
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Minor, Charles L. C. The old system of slavery. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)125-9. 

O g g, Frederic Austin. Jay's treaty and the slavery interests of the United States. Am Hist A Rep '01 
(1902)273-08. 

Slave owners. Princess Anne county.. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)24-6,34-5,64-9,76-7 

Stephens, Alexander H. . Letters [to R S. Burch] 1854. . Am Hist R 8(1902)91-7 

Two bills of sale of a negro slave [in Mass.]. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)210-11. . 
SLAVONIC AMERICANS. Members of Slavonic races living in America. 

C h 6 1 a r d, R. Immigration hongroise et panslavlsme ame'ricain. . . Scl soc Nov (1902). 

Regnemer, Win. The Slav in the coke region of southwestern Pennsylvania. Ass Her 7(1902)321-5. 
SLOAN, James (1788-1868). N. T. pioneer and trader. 

S 1 o a n, J. Early trade routes. Adventures and recollections of a pioneer trader, with an account of his 

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BLOAT, John Drake (1781-1867). Admiral TT. 8. navy. 

Sherman, Edwin A [lien]. The life of the late Rear- Admiral John Drake Sloat of the United State navy 
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BLOCUM, Joshua (fl.1902). Mass, seaman who circumnavigated world in 87 ft. sail boat. 

Johnson, Clifton. Captain Joshua Slocum. Outlnc 41(1901-2)35-9, 111. 
SMITH, Ethelbert Marshall (1839-1901). N. H. merchant, U. 8. consul to Amoy. 

Bthelbert Marshall Smith (obituary). N Y Rec 33(1902)122. 
SMITH, Francis Hopkinson (b.1838). American artist and writer. 

M r. F. Hopkinson Smith. World's Work 5(1902-3)2796, port. only. 
SMITH, Isaac William (1825-98). N. H. Supreme Court Judge, legislator, mayor of Manchester, N. H. 

Isaac William Smith [obituary]. N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)512-13, port. 
SMITH, James (ab. 1720-1806). Pa. signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

E a b y, Rachel Alice. James Smith, a signer of the Declaration of Independence from Pennsylvania. 
AM Month M 31 (1W2) 294-6, 111. 



200 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 

SMITH, Jessie Wilcoz (fl.1902). Philadelphia artist. 

Morris, Harrison S. Jessie Wilcox Smith. Bk-Buyer 24(1902)201-5, 111., port. 
SMITH, Joseph (1707-82). First settler of Sturbridge, Mass. 

Weld, Charles W. [and Chase, Levl B.] Joseph Smith, James Deneson, first settlers of Sturbridge and 

Southhridge. Qulnabaug Hist Soc Leaf l[1902?]147-58. 
SMITH, Joseph (1805-44). Founder of Mormonism. 

Riley, I[saac] Woodbridge. The founder of Mormouism; a psychological study of Joseph Smith, Jr., with 
an introductory preface by Prof. George Trumbnll Ladd. New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 1902. 
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cum) "valuable, exhaustive. . .psychological study .. interesting and forceful. . .written with ... freshness 
and. . .clearness. . .complete bibliography"; Nation 75( J902)350-l "Study of .. .characteristics [from]... 
heredity and environment. . .Mr. Riley holds. . .hypnotic psychology furnishes. . .solvent. . .is of wonderful 
ingenuity and readableness" ; Dial 34(1903)16-18(W.H.Carruth) "excellent bibliography .. .interesting. .. 
for its independent spirit and for its attempt to apply psycology ... to the interpretation of [a] historical 
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SMITH, Captain John (1579-1631). Explorer, founder of Virginia, writer. 

Roberts, E. P. The adventures of Captain John Smith, captain of two hundred and fifty horse, and some- 
times president of Virginia... With seventeen illustrations and three maps. London, New York and 
Bombay, Longmans, Green, and co., 1902. xiv, 307 p. front., pi., port., map (partly fold.) 21cm. 
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Simms, W[illiam] Gilmore. The life of Captain John Smith, the founder of Virginia, with an introduc- 
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Woods, Katharine Pearson. Captain John Smith and the American nation. Harper 104(1901-2)470-475. 
SMITH, Joshua Hett (1749-1818). N. Y. loyalist, accomplice of Andre. 

Joshua Hett Smith (note). S C Hist Mag 3(1902)176-7. 
SMITH, T. Watson (ab.1834-1902). Nova Scotian clergyman, editor, historian, writer. 

I n memoriam Rev. T. Watson Smith, D.D., LL. 1). Aoad 2(1902)138-9. 
SMITH, Thomas (1702-95). Me. clergyman. 

Perkins, John Carroll. Rev. Thomas Smith, D. I), and his first parish of Falmouth, now Portland; an ad- 
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SMITH family. 
Reade, Compton. The Smith family. London, Elb.'rt Stock, 1902, pp 14+280. [Rev.tnrN Y Rec 34(1903) 

228 "account of the chief families of the name."] 
SMITHSONIAN Institution. Scientific Inst. at Washington founded by James Smithson. 

S i k e s, Enoch Walter. The work of tho Smithsonian Institution. So Atlan Q 1(1902)269-77. 
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SMYTH, Frederick (1819-99). N. H. Governor, Mayor of Manchester, financier. 
Frederick Smyth [obituary]. N H Hist S III.2,1897-y(1902)514-6, port. 
SNEAD, Thomas Lowndes (1828-90). Mo. historian. 

[Robinson. Hamline E] Two Missouri historians... Maryland (Mo.) Republican print, 1902. 20 p. Incl. 
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SNOW shoeing. Travelling on snow by the use of specially adapted shoes. 

H u b b a r d, Leonidas. The webbed feet of the north. Outlnic 39(1901-2)634-41 ill. 
SOAP. Salts of the fat acids. 

Soap and candles, 1767. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)35. 
SOCIAL REFORM. 

Betts, Lillian W[illiams], The leaven in a great city... New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 1902. vi, 
315 p. front., pi. 19%cm. [Contents. At the bottom. The development of social centers. The 
homes under one roof. Slow-dawning consciousness. Working-girls' clubs. A social experiment. 
Within the walls of home. Financial relations in families. Home standards. Where lies the responsi- 
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the consideration of city problems. . .impressive reading"; Dial 34(1903)27 "sympathetic and expert... 
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SOCI4T* DBS AMIS, LA. Montreal literary society est. 1842. 

Huguet-Latour, L.-A. La Societe des Amis. Rech Hist 8(1902)121-2. 
SOCIETY. The human race in it* organized activities. 

Banks, Charles Eugene, assisted by Cook, G. C. & Everett, Marshall. . . . Beautiful homes and social cus- 
toms of America... a complete guide to correct social forms and artistic living... Chicago, The Bible 
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Hart, Albert Bushnell. . . . How our grandfathers lived, selected and annotated . . . with the collaboration 
of Annie Bliss Chapman... New York, The Macmlllan company, 1902. xiv p., 1 1., 371 p. front., ill. 
HMj-cni. (Source-readers in American history, no. 3) [Rev. in: Nat ion 75(1902)421 "[No] index ... table 
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Neve, J[uergen] L.'udwig]. Charakterztige des anierikanischeu volkes. 2. aufl. Leipzig, H.G.Wallman; 
Burlington, la., German literary board [1902] 94 p. 22Vcm. p. 91-94, advertising matter. L.C.3-21379J 

Kankin, J. E. Esther Burr's journal. 2d ed. Washington, Howard Univ. 1902. 

Robins, Edward. Romances of early America. Philadelphia, U.W.Jacobs and company, 1902. 268 p. 
front., pi., port. 21% em. [Title in blue and orange. Contents. The meschlauza-and love-making: a 
story of old Philadelphia. Peasant and patrician: in colonial Boston. War and flirtation: Miss Wister 
at Penllyn. A belle of Delaware: Miss Vining, of Wilmington and Dover. A disappointment in love: 
legends from Virginia. Conspiracies and Cupid: New York uud her royal governors. Born to be a rebel: 
a pretty Bostonian. Edwin Forrest's first love: New Orleans in the "twenties." An uncompromising 
Tory: North Carolina and loyalism. The ghosts of Graeme park: a Pennsylvania romance. Washing- 
ton as a wooer: sweethearts in Virginia and New York. A Quaker transformed: the leader of Washing- 
ton society. Rev.in:Natlon 75(1902)362 "A rechauffe. . .beginning with... the Mtschianza. . .and travers- 
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8 k a 1, Gv. D. Amerikau. Gesellsch. Nr. 44. Wochc (1902). 

Stiff. Mci'urs americalnes. Tour Monde 9 Aoflt (1902). 

Wharton, Anne Hollingsworth. Social life in the early republic, with numerous reproductions of por- 
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col. front., pi., port. 21'jrm. [Rev.in:Natlou 75(1902)480 "not... to be taken seriously. . .styles. . .easy 
and attractive. ..delicacy of treatment. . .little that is new or original"; Dial 33(1902)471 "most fasci- 
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SOCIETY for Prevention Cruelty to Animals. Society founded by Henry Bergh, 1866. 

M o r r 1 s, Clara. Mr. Henry Bergb. McClure 18(1901-2)411-22. ill., port. 
SOMERVILLE. Mass. City of Middlesex Co. 2 m. from Boston. 

Elliot, Charles D. The Stinted Common, Somervlllo. Somervllle Journal Print. 1902, pplO, 80. 
SONS of St. Tammany of Philadelphia. Patriotic society of early origin. 

C a b e e n, Francis Von A. The society of th<; Sona of Saint Tammany of Philadelphia. Penu Mag 25 

(1901)433-51; 26(1902-3)7-24,207-23,335-47,443-63, port. 
80THERN, E. A. (1827-81). American actor. 

Fuller, Lucy Derby. The humor of the elder Sothern. Ont 64(1902)196-203, ill., port. 
80ULE, George (fl.1687). Plymouth, Mass. (Mayflower) settler. 

B o w m a n, George Ernest. George Soule's autograph. Mayfl Dt-sc 4(1902)98-100, facs. 
SOULE family. 

Bowman, George Ernest. Transc. by. John Soule's inventory and the settlement of his estate. Mayfl 

Desc 4(1902)159-61. 
SOUTH AMERICA. Southern continent of the Western Hemisphere. 

A m e r 1 k a. Auslassgn. e. engllscb. Parlamentariors lib. s. Einclriicke auf e. Tour durch 8ud-amcrika. 
Gartenflora ( 1902) No. 0. 

A m e r 1 k a. Lage u. Handel in Sttd-amerika 1901. Export (1902)No.5. 

A m e r i k a. Thatlgk. d. Nord-amerikauer In Stld-amerika. Gartenflora (iyoiiiNo.il. 

Ave-Lallemant, G. Expansionspolitlk in Siidamerlka. Neue zeit (1902)21. J.Nr.3. 

La crlse vinlcola e gll sbocchi noil' America dol sud. Economista 15 Juln (1902). 

Emerson, Edwin. South America war issues. R of Rs 25(1902)298-303, 111. 

Fountain, Paul. The great mountains and forests of South America... London, New York and Bombay, 
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Germany. Deutsche seewarte, Hamburg. ...Handbuch der ostkiiste Stidamerlkas, zwidchen dem Kap San 
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Handbuch d. Ostkiiste Sttdamerikas zwischen d. Kap San Roque u. d. Magellan Strasse; hrsg. v. d. direct, 
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[is] somewhat narrow, he has done well what he undertook to do... honest and sound Judgment"; Nation 
76(1903)314-6 "one long indictment of Greene. . .attacked with severity and bitterness not easily paral- 
leled in recent historical writing"; Nation 76(1903)336-7 "depreciatory spirit... of Greene... one of the 
most valuable contributions to State history .. .author is first a South Carolinian and second an historian 
...corrected many an error, dissipated more than one illusion, and revealed the weakness and incon- 
sistencies of more than one prominent figure. . .lack of sober, unbiased Judgment and impartial analysis 
...profusion of facts, but... no true historical spirit"; Dial 34(1903)155 "a noble work. . .painstaking. .. 
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State aid to history in South Carolina (note). South Hist A Pub 6(1902)197-8. 
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SOUTH DAKOTA. A northwestern state of the U. S. admitted 1389. 

B 1 a e k b u r n, W. M. Historical sketch of North and South Dakota. . . S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902) 
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Official correspondence pertaining to the Leavenworth expedition of 1823 into South Dakota for the 
conquest of the Ree Indians. With explanatory notes by Dnano Robinson. S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1 
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South Dakota. State historical society. South Dakota historical collections... v. 1. 1902. Aberdeen, 
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Text of several treaties ceding land. S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902)441-63. 
SOUTH EAST, N. Y. Township of Putnam Co. 

Foster, Emma J. and Livingston, Julia R. The Church ->f East Phllippi. N Y Rec 32(1901)213-6; 33 

(1902)21-3,95-6,138-41. 
SOUTHBOKOUGH, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 29 m. W. of Boston. 

White, Martha K. D. Southborougb [Mass]. New Eiig M 27(1902)67-80, ill., port. 
SOUTHBRIDGE, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. about 32 m. E. of Springfield. 

Corey, George W. Southbridge in the Civil War. Quinabaug Hist Soc Leaf 1(19027)121-30. 

Quinabaug Historical Society Leaflets. Soutbbridge, Mass. [Many of these fall in 1902] 
SOUTHERN STATES. South eastern states of the V. S. 

Abbott, Ernest Hamlin. Religious life in America. N. Y., Outlook, 1902. 12+370 p. 80. [Rev.ln:Nation 
77(1903)35 "attractive. . .flue externals do not belle its spiritual contents. . .method is. . .personal and 
Impressionist. . .observations. . .exclusively in the Southern and Middle Western States."] 

B e n n 1 n g, Anna Caroline. Review of histories used in Southern Schools and Southern Homes. Confed 
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Branson, Eugene C. The real southern question. World's Work 3(1901-2)1888-91. 

Brown, William Garrott. The lower South in American history... New York, London, The Macmlllan 
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Two American novelists. R of Rs 25(1902)698-9. port. 
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STODDAB.T. James Henry (b.1827). English actor resident of America. 

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STONEHAM, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. N. of Boston. 

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STOW, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. about 26 m. W. by N. of Boston. 
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Stow, Mass. First Parish Unitarian church. 1702-1902. The two hundredth anniversary. Sermons by 
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STURBRIDGE, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 30 m. . of Springfield. 

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SUBLETTE. 111. Township of Lee Co. in north of state. 

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SURRY County, Va. Co. in the 8.E. part of state. 

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Tallulab Exposition, Georgia, 1901. Nat'l M(Bost)15:418(Ja). 
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TANGUAY, Mgr. . . French Canadian writer. 

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Iowa and the tariff reform. Nation 75(1902)104. 

John Sherman's views. Nation 75(1902)339-40. 

Mr. McKlnley's political legacy. Sat R 92(1902)356-7. 

New England and the tariff. Outl 72 (1902; 724-31. 

A n o 1 d superstition. Nation 75(1902)299-300. 

The open door. Nation 74(1902)342-3. 

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The small producer. Nation 75(1902)301. 

Speaker Henderson's surrender. Nation 75(1902)238-9. 

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