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PUBLICATION No. 18
GENEALOGICAL LIST
Osborne

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PUBLICATION NUMBER EIGHTEEN
of the
ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL LIBRARY




A List of the
GENEALOGICAL WORKS
in the
ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL LIBRARY
Springfield, Illinois





Georgia L. Osborne, Compiler
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Springfield, Ill.
Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers
1914

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PREFATORY NOTE
In preparing a list of the works on Genealogy to be found in the Illinois State Historical Library it must be taken into consideration that this Department of the Library was only begun in 1907. Previous to that time there had been collected many important works along this line, but no especial effort had been made to make a separate department of Genealogy.

While our collection cannot yet be classed with such depositories as the Library of Congress; the Wisconsin Historical Society at Madison; the New England Genealogical and Historical Society at Boston; the collections at New York City, Albany, and the Genealogical department of the Newberry Library at Chicago; still considering that we have been doing a special work along this line only for the last six years, we think our collection has been wisely and judiciously selected and that we have made a commendable start in what will prove, as time goes on, a great library for the genealogical student. There is no department in the Library except the Lincolniana, that is used and consulted more than the Genealogical department. We have students working day in and day out, from all parts of the State and other states, and we have many letters asking assistance and information on genealogical subjects. We try to meet fully these demands, but it would take the entire time of a very alert person to do the reference work desired by these correspondents.

The State Library of the State of Illinois which is entirely separate from this Library has quite a collection also in the way of State records (Revolutionary records) town histories and local material which we hope eventually will be added to our collection, but as the two libraries are at present on the same floor in the Capital building, these volumes can easily be consulted when the material asked for is not to be found in this Library.

A valuable part of the work of this department, is the compiling of the list of Revolutionary soldiers buried in Illinois. This is the painstaking and careful work of Mrs. Edwin S. Walker, a member of the Committee on Genealogy and Genealogical Publications of the Illinois State Historical Society, assisted by members of the local chapters of the daughters of the American Revolution, and is being published in the Quarterly Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, begun in April Journal, 1912. These lists are compiled by counties, and no name placed on the list until it is verified and is absolutely correct. The following counties have been listed: Cass, Clark, Cook, Greene, Macon, Madison, Menard, Iroquois, Peoria, Sangamon, Morgan, and Warren, the latter being compiled by Mrs. Helen Nye Rupp, of Momouth, Ill.

If it is found on further investigation that other names should be added to these county lists, they will be published in subsequent issues of the Journal.
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We have made an appeal from time to time in our annual reports for contributions of the following nature to this Department:

Old record books of early churches. Inscriptions on gravestones in country burying grounds. Records copied from old family bibles. Manuscripts narrative of the pioneers of Illinois. Biographical sketches of pioneers, old diaries, letters, deeds, wills. Lists of soldiers of the War of 1812 who received bounty-land grants in Illinois.

Information concerning family histories being compiled, or those already compiled that an attempt may be made to secure a copy for the Library.

The works in this list are arranged alphabetically, first by states, second by family histories, third by general works and periodicals.

The publications of the Illinois State Historical Library and Society contain a large number of articles useful to the genealogist; they are accounts of pioneer persons, places and events relating to Illinois and the old Northwest. While these cannot be classified as strictly genealogical works they are very helpful to students working on the ancestry of Illinois and western families. A list of these publications of the Library and the Society may be found at the end of this volume.

By co-operation of members of the Society in this work we hope to build up the Genealogical Department of the Illinois State Historical Library until in time it shall be classed as one of the great genealogical collections of the West.

Georgia L. Osborne
Assistant Librarian Illinois State Historical Library, and Chairman of the Committee on Genealogy and Genealogical Publications Illinois State Historical Society
Springfield, Ill., April, 1914.
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ALABAMA
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY, DEPARTMENT OF ---
Alabama Official and Statistical Reporter, 1911.
Thomas M. Owen, LL.D., compiler. 367 p. 8
°, Montgomery, Ala, 1912.
The Brown Printing Co., publishers.

EARLY SETTLERS OF ALABAMA ---
By Col. James Edmonds Saunders, Lawrence County, Ala. With notes and genealogies, by his granddaughter, Elizabeth Saunders Blair Stubbs. Part. I.
Col. James Edmonds Saunders. 530 p. 8
°, New Orleans, La., 1899. L.
Graham & Sons, publishers.

MOBILE ---
The Founding of Mobile, 1702-1718. Studies in the history of the first capital of the Province of Louisiana, with map showing its relation to the present city.
Peter J. Hamilton, LL.D. 104p. 12
°, Mobile, Ala., 1911.
Commercial Printing Co., publishers.

PICKENS COUNTY ---
History of Pickens County, Alabama; from its fist settlement in 1817 to 1856.
Nelson F. Smith. 272 p. 12
°, 1856, Carrollton, Ala.
Printed at the Pickens Republican Office.

ARKANSAS
ARKANSAS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION ---
Vols. I, II, III, 1906, 1908, 1909. John Hugh Reynolds, Secretary.
Published at Fayetteville, Ark., 1906-1909.

CALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ---
History, constitution, by-laws, membership.
Col. A.S. Hubbard, compiler. 29 p. 8
°, San Francisco, 1893.
Published by the Society.

THE SPANISH ARCHIVES OF CALIFORNIA ---
Paper read before the California Genealogical Society, July 13, 1901.
Pam. 8 p. 8
°, San Francisco, 1901. The Murdock Press

CONNECTICUT
BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790.
John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.
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DELAWARE - GEORGIA
NEW CASTLE COUNTY ---
A calendar of Delaware wills, New Castle County, 1682-1800.
Abstracted and compiled by the historical research committee of the Colonial Dames of Delaware. Copyright, 1911. By Frederick H. Hitchcock.
218 p. 8
°, Wilmington, Del., 1910. Frederick H. Hitchcock, publishers, New York.

SUSSEX COUNTY ---
Some records of Sussex County, Delaware.
C.H.B. Turner, compiler. 387 p. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1909. Allen, Lane & Scott, publishers.

WILMINGTON ---
The records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, Del., from 1697 to 1773. Translated from the original Swedish by Horace Burr, with an abstract of the English records, from 1773, to 1810. Papers of the Historical Society of Delaware, IX.
Horace Burr. 722 p. 8
°, Delaware Historical Society, publishers, Wilmington, Del., 1890.

GEORGIA
BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; to the 1st of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton County, Va., July 4, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

COLONIAL RECORDS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA ---
Compiled and published under authority of the Legislature.
Vol. I, 1732, to Vol. XXII, 1739. Except No. 20, not yet compiled.
Allen D. Candler, A.M., LL.D., compiler. Atlanta, Ga., 1904-1910.
Harrison Law Book Co., publishers. (The Franklin-Turner Co.)

CONFEDERATE RECORDS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA ---
Vol. I, 1860, to Vol. IV, 1868. Vol. VI, 1868.
Allen D. Candler, A.M., LL.D., compiler. Atlanta, Ga., 1909-1910.
The Franklin-Turner Co. publishers.

REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA ---
Vol. I, 1769, to Vol. III, 1784.
Allen D. Candler, compiler. 8
°, Atlanta, Ga., State Printer, 1909-11912.

DEAD TOWNS OF GEORGIA ---
Charles C. Jones, Jr. 263 p. 8
°, Savannah, Ga., 1878. Morning News Steam Printing House.

EBENEZER ---
The Salzburgers and their descendants; being the history of a colony of German (Lutherans) Protestants, who emigrated to Georgia in 1784, and settled at Ebenezer, 25 miles above the city of Savannah. Rev. P.A. Stobel. 308 p. 12
°, Baltimore, 1855. T. Newton Kurtz, publisher.
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GEORGIA-ILLINOIS
HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA ---
Containing the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. etc.
Rev. George White, M.A. 688 p. 8
°, New York, 1854. Pudney & Russell, publishers.

HISTORY OF GEORGIA ---
2 vols. 8
°, Boston, 1883. Charles C. Jones, Jr., LL.D. Houghton, Mifflin & Co., publishers
History of Georgia; from its first discovery by Europeans to the adoption of the present constitution, in 1798. 2 vols. 8
°, New York, 1847. Rev. William Bacon Stevens, M.D.
Appleton & Co., publishers

LANDMARKS, MEMORIALS AND LEGENDS OF GEORGIA ---
Lucian Lamar Knight 1065 p. 8
°, Atlanta, Ga. Byrd Printing Co., 1913.

MIDWAY ---
History of the Midway Congregational Church. James Stacy.
283 p. 8
°, Newman, Ga., 1903. S.W. Murray, printer.

REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS OF THE SSTATE OF GEORGIA ---
Vol. I, 1769, to Vol. III, 1784.
Allen D. Candler, A.M., LL.D., compiler. Atlanta, Ga., 1909-1912.
The Franklin Turner Co., publishers.

ST. MARY'S ---
Historical sketches of old St. Mary's, compiled from the files of the Southeast Georgian.
J.T. Vocelle and others. 12 p. 8v, St. Marys, Ga., n.d. (A crudely printed local which was issued as a present to subscribers to a local newspaper.)

SALZBURGERS, (THE) AND THEIR DESCENDANTS ---
Being the history of a colony of German (Lutheran) Protestants, who emigrated to Georgia in 1743, and settled at Ebenezer, 25 miles above the city of Savannah. Rev. P.A. Strobel.
308 p. 12
°, Baltimore, 1855. T. Newton Kurtz, publisher.

STEPHENS --
Brief account of the causes that have retarded the progress of the colony of Georgia, in America, attested upon oath; being a proper contrast to a state of the province of Georgia, attested upon oath; and some other misrepresentations on the same subject.
Thomas Stephens. 101 p. 12
°, London, 1743. publisher not given.

ILLINOIS
COUNTY HISTORIES OF ILLINOIS ---
Histories of the one hundred and two counties, contain biographical sketches of pioneers, and early settlements in the State, also war records. General histories of Illinois, contain biographical material as well as history of early settlements.
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ILLINOIS
Regimental histories, War of the Rebellion. Contain material.
Also separate histories of towns and cities and villages in the State are sources to be consulted. College and school catalogues, church directories, year books, and club programmes are also useful.

CHICAGO, CONTINENTAL GUARD IN THE STATE OF IIINOIS, HISTORY OF ---
Charter and by-laws. List of officers and members, together with the revolutionary services of their ancestors. Publication No. I.
24 p. 8v, Chicago, 1895. Compiled by the Adjutant of the Guard. David Olliphan, printer.

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, ILLINOIS SOCIETY ---
Annual conferences. Reports 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1911, 1912, 1913. No printed reports prior to 1905. Year books of the following chapters: Bloomington, Chicago, Danville, Decatur, Galesburg, Jacksonville, Kewanee, Moline, Monmouth, Springfield.

GENEALOGICAL NOTES OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS ---
For the years 1909, 1910
Milo Custer. n.p. Bloomington, Ill., 1909, 1910. Typewritten copy.

HOYNE'S ---
Annual Directory of Homeopathic Physicians in the State of Illinois for the year 1879.
Vol. I, No. 7, 31 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1879.
Vol. I, No. 10, 1882, 35 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1882, T.S. Hoyne, publisher

KASKASKIA ---
Early settlers of. A directory, business mirror and historical sketches of Randolph County. By E.J. Montague. 245 p. 12
°, Alton, Ill., 1859. Courier Steam Book & Job Printing Co.

LETTERS PATENT ---
Issued to Zadoe W. Flinn, of Morgan County, Ill., David Clopton, Sangamon County, and Zadoc W. Flinn, assignee for John Doonigan, 14 numbers. Dated 1826, 1827, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1837, 1839, 1841.

McCLEAN COUNTY ---
Heads of families of McLean County, Ill., at the census of 1840.
(Taken by Jacob Spawr, 1,092 names.)
Copied and re-arranged by Milo Custer. Bloomington, Ill., 1911.

Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located in McLean County, Ill.
Milo Custer, compiler. n.p. 8v, Bloomington, Ill., 1912. Publisher not given.

Some old gravestone inscriptions in Bloomington and Randolph townships, McLean County.
Milo Custer. Typewritten Mss.
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ILLINOIS
MADISON COUNTY ---
Gazetteer of Madison County, Ill.
James T. Hair, compiler and publisher. 292 p. 8
°, Alton, Ill., 1866.

MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS ---
Illinois Society of Mayflower Descendants.
Publications Nos. 2 and 3, 1905, 1911.
4
°, Chicago, 1905, 1911. Published by The Society. Oliphant Printing Co. R.R. Donnelly & Sons.

MILITIA, RANGERS AND RIFLEMEN ---
War 1812. See Illinois War of 1812. Elliott, Isaac H.

OBITUARIES ---
Central Illinois Obituaries, 1871-1880. (Compiled from old newspapers and other sources.)
Milo Custer, Bloomington, Ill., 1912. N.P. 8
°, Bloomington, Ill., 1912. Publisher not given.

PENSION ROLL ---
1816-1835 21 p. 8
°. Place and publisher not given.

PEORIA COUNTY ---
War of 1812. Soldiers of the War of 1812, whose bounty land grants were located in Peoria County, Ill. Compiled by Milo Custer. 8
°, n.p. Bloomington, Ill., 1913.

PIONEER MOTHERS OF ILLINOIS ---
A collection of letters written by pioneer women of the State, collected for the Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; 18 letters. Mss.

REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS ---
See War of the Revolution.

SANGAMON COUNTY ---
History of early settlers of Sangamon County, Ill. "Centennial Record." John Carroll Power and Mrs. S.A. Power, compilers. 797 p. 8
°, Springfield, 1876. Edwin A. Wilson & Company.

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ---
Illinois Sons of the American Revolution.
Organized January 14, 1890. Constitution and by-laws. List of members. Year Books, 1895, 1896, 1913.

SONS OF THE REVOULTION ---
Year Books, 1895, 1913.

STEPHENSON COUNTY CATHOLIC CHURCH ---
The Golden Jubilee Souvenir, the history of Catholicity in Stephenson County, Ill.
212 p. 8
°, Freeport, Ill., 1896. F. Charles Donohue, printer.

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION ---
The army led by Col. George Rogers Clark in his conquest of the Illinois, 1778-79. A list of officers, non-commissioned officers and private soldiers, constituting the Illinois Regiment of Volunteers.
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ILLINOIS
WAR OF THE REVOLUTION ---
See Publication No. 8, 1903. Illinois State Historical Library. pp. 166-178. Springfield, Ill.
State Printer, 1904

Illinois Ancestry among the Daughters of the American Revolution. Catherine C. Sparks (Mrs. Edwin Erle Sparks). pp. 137-143. In Publication No. 7. Illinois State Historical Library, 1902.

A list of non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Illinois Regiment and the Western Army under the command of General George Rogers Clark who are entitled to bounty in land.
pp. 12-13. In Virginia Document No. 32. Published Richmond, Va. August 19, 1833.

A list of officers of the Illinois Regiment who have not received lands for revolutionary services.
See p. 11. In Virginia Document No. 32. Published Richmond, Va. August 19, 1833.

A list of Captain Francis Charloville's volunteers entitled to 200 acres of land each.
p. 29. In Virginia Document No. 32.

Isaac Bowman Lieutenant Illinois Regiment in the War of the Revolution. Petition of Isaac S. Bowman, son and executor of Isaac Bowman.
See Mr. Rogers' report on Revolutionary Claims. U.S. House of Representatives, 33d Congress, First Session. Feb 16, 1854. Pamphlet

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Cass, Warren, Henderson, Macon and Iroquois counties.
Revolutionary soldiers buried in Sangamon County, Ill. Tablet placed on the Sangamon County Courthouse by Springfield Chapter D.A.R., October 19, 1911.
Compiled by Mrs. Edwin S. Walker and Mrs. Helen Nye Rupp. See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. V. No. 2, July, 1912.
See Article on by Mrs. Edwin S. Walker in Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. V, No. 1, April, 1912.

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Madison County. Tablet placed in Courthouse, Edwardsville, Ill., by Ninian Edwards Chapter D.A.R.
See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. V, No. 3, October, 1913.

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Clark County, Ill. Compiled by Mrs. Edwin S. Walker.
See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. VI, No. 2, July, 1913.

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Ogle County. By J.W. Clinton, Polo, Ill.
Vol. 6, No. 2, July, 1913, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society.

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Cook, McLean, Marshall, Ogle and Peoria County prepared by Mrs. Clara K. Wolf, Historian, Peoria Chapter D.A.R.
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ILLINOIS
WAR OF THE REVOLUTION ---
McLean County prepared by Mrs. H.M. Rollins, Historian, Letitia Green Stevenson Chapter D.A.R., assisted by Milo Custer.
See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. VI. No. 3, October, 1913.

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Morgan County. Compiled by Mrs. E.S. Walker.
See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 7, No. 1, April, 1914.

Rock River in Revolution. By William A. Meese.
See pages 97-103, in publication No. 14, Illinois State Historical Library, 1909.

Soldiers in the War of the Revolution, Illinois. (Doe. No. 32.)
A letter to the executive of Virginia dated Richmond, August 19, 1833, signed John H. Smith, in relation to public lands and the rights of certain persons to them as land bounty for military services in the War of the Revolution of themselves or their ancestors as officers or soldiers in the Illinois or other western regiments. List of officers and soldiers entitled to such lands.
24 p. 4
°, n.d.

WAR OF 1812 --- MILITARY BOUNTY LAND. "MILITARY TRACT" ---
Set apart under an Act of Congress passed May 6, 1812, as bounty lands for soldiers in the War of 1812. The lands in Illinois embraced in this Act were situated between the Illinois and Mississippi rivers. The "Tract" embraced the present counties of Calhoun, Pike, Adams, Brown, Schuyler, Hancock, McDonough, Fulton, Peoria, Stark, Knox, Warren, Henderson and Mercer, with parts of Henry, Bureau, Putnam and Marshall.
Bounty lands in the Military Tract advertised in the name of the original patentee and taxed according to the class to which they belong.
See Illinois Intelligencer, Extra, Saturday, September 18, 1823. Governor Edward Coles' file.

WAR OF 1812. DANA, E. ---
Bounty lands in the State of Illinois, description of, also the principal roads and routes by land and water through the territory of the United States, etc.
108 p. 12
°, Cincinnati, 1819. Looker, Reynolds, & Co., printers.

WAR OF 1812. EDWARDS ---
History of Illinois from 1778 to 1833; and Life and Times of Ninian Edwards. By his son, Ninian W. Edwards. 549 p. 8
°, Springfield, Ill., 1870. Journal Co., publishers.

WAR OF 1812. THE EDWARDS PAPERS ---
Being a collection of the letters, papers and manuscripts of Ninian Edwards. Edited by E.B. Washburne.
(Chicago Historical Society's Collection, Vol. III.) 633 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1884. Fergus Printing Co.
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ILLINOIS
WAR OF 1812. ELLIOTT, ISAAC H. ---
Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk War, 1831-32, and in thee Mexican War, 1846-48. With an appendix giving a record of the services of the Illinois Militia Rangers and Riflemen in protecting the frontier from the ravages of the Indians, from 1810 to 1813.
343 p. 8
°, Springfield, Ill. H.W. Rokker, printer. 1882.

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS, McLEAN COUNTY ---
soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located in McLean County, Ill.
Milo Custer. N.p. Bloomington, Ill., 1912. Publisher not given.

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS, PEORIA COUNTY ---
Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located in Peoria County, Ill.
Compiled by Milo Custer, 8
°, n.p. Bloomington, Ill., 1913. Publisher not given.

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS. NICHOLAS BIDDLE VAN ZANDT ---
A full description of the soil, water, timber and prairies of each lot, or quarter section of the military lands, between the Mississippi and Illinois rivers, also description of Missouri Territory.
Nicholas Biddle Van Zandt. 127 p. 8
°, Washington City, 1818. Printed by P. Force, Penn. Avenue.

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS. NICHOLAS BIDDLE VAN ZANDT ---
A full description of the soil, water, timber and prairies of each lot, or quarter section of the military lands, between the Mississippi and Illinois rivers, also description of Missouri Territory.
Nicholas Biddle Van Zandt. 127 p. 8
°, Washington City, 1818. Printed by P. Force, Penn. Avenue.

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS ---
Vellum Document No. 7687. Signed by President James Monroe, granting to Henry Corey 160 acres of land in the territory of Illinois for military services. Dated December 13, 1817.

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS ---
Vellum Document No. 1963. Signed by President James Monroe, granting to John Oliver 160 acres of land in the territory of Illinois for military services. Dated December 13, 1817.

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS, WOODFORD COUNTY ---
Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located in Woodford County, Ill.
n.p. Bloomington, Ill., 1913. Publisher not given.

WAR OF 1812. REYNOLDS' PIONEER HISTORY OF ILLINOIS ---
John Reynolds, 348 p. 12
°, Belleville, Ill., 1852. Also, 2d edition, 459 p. 8°, Fergus Printing Co., Chicago, 1887.

WAR OF 1812. STEVENS, FRANK E. ---
See pp. 62-197. In Publication No. 9. Illinois State Historical Library, 1904. Springfield, Ill. Phillips Bros., printers.
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ILLINOIS
BLACK HAWK WAR, 1831-32 ---
Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk War, 1831-32, and in the Mexican War, 1846-48, containing a complete roster of commissioned officers and enlisted men of both wars, taken from the official rolls on file in the War Department, Washington, D.C., with an appendix giving record of the services of the Illinois militia, rangers and riflemen, in protecting the frontier from the ravages of the Indians, from 1810 to 1813.
Isaac H. Elliot, Adjutant-General, State of Illinois. 343 p. 8
°, Springfield, 1882. H.W. Rokker, State Printer. Also Adjutant-General's Reports, Revised, Vol. IX.

Illinois troops in the Black Hawk War.
Original (Mss.) order book and muster rolls of the Illinois troops in the Black Hawk War.
(Mss.) Order and letter book of Brig. Gen. Henry Atkinson, 1832.

General Atkinson's report of his conduct of the Black Hawk War, written November, 1832. (Mss.)

BLACK HAWK WAR, 1831-32 ---
Orderly book of Governor John Reynolds, April-May, 1832. (Mss.)
Militia Documents of Governor Reynolds, 1832. (Mss.)
Order book of Lieut. Albert Sidney Johnston, 1832. (Mss.)
Notes by Professor John Russell intended to be used in writing a history of the Black Hawk War. (Mss.)

BLACK HAWK WAR, 1831-32 ---
Stevens, Frank E. The Black Hawk War, including a review of Black Hawk's life.
323 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1903. Frank E. Stevens, publisher.

Stevens, Frank E. Stillman's defeat.
See pp. 170-179 in Publication No. 7, Illinois State Historical Library, 1902.

Wakefield, John Allen. History of the war between the United States and the Sac and Fox nations of Indians, and parts of other disaffected tribes of Indians in the years 1827, 1831-32.
142 p. 16
°, Jacksonville, Ill., 1834. Printed by Calvin Goudy.
Also, Reprint of. By Frank E. Stevens. Published by The Caxton Club, Chicago, 1908.

MEXICAN WAR, 1846-48 ---
Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk War, 1831-32, and in the Mexican War, 1846-48, containing a complete roster of commissioned officers and enlisted men of both wars, taken from the official rolls on file in the War Department, Washington, D.C., with an appendix giving record of the services of the Illinois militia, rangers and riflemen, in protecting the frontier from the ravages of the Indians, 1810 to 1813.
Isaac H. Elliot, Adjutant-General, State of Illinois. 343 p. 8
°, Springfield, 1882. H.W. Rokker, State Printer. Also Adjutant-General's Reports, Revised, Vol. IX.
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ILLINOIS
MEXICAN WAR --- ILLINOIS TROOPS IN ---
An account of the services of the Illinois troops in the Mexican War.
Charles P. Johnson. See pp. 27-58, in Publication No. 9, Illinois State Library, 1904.

MEXICAN WAR --- ILLINOIS TROOPS IN ---
The Fourth Illinois Infantry in the War with Mexico.
Ezra M. Prince. See pp. 172-187 in Publication No. 11, Illinois State Historical Library, 1906.
Illinois Association Mexican War Veterans, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1879-93, 1909.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Adjutant General State of Illinois Reports, 1861-66. I.N. Haynie, Adjutant General.
Revised by Adj.-Gen. J. W. Vance. 8 vols. Springfield, 1887. Also revised 1900-1902 by J. N. Reece, Adj.-Gen. 9 vols. Vol. 9 contains Records of Illinois Soldiers in Spanish American War 1898.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Martyrs and Heroes of Illinois.
James Barnet, editor. 263 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1865. J. Barnet, book and job printer.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
County histories of Illinois contain war records.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Diary of Edward Crippen, 27th Illinois Vol., 1861-63.
Edited with notes and introduction by Robert J. Kerner. See pp. 220-282.
Publication No. 14. Illinois State Historical Library, 1909.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
The Patriotism of Illinois. A record of the civil and military history of the State in the War for the Union.
Biographical sketches of many eminent citizens of the State and soldiers and officers.
T.M. Eddy, D.D. 2 vols. 8
°, Chicago, 1865-66. Clarke & Co., publishers

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Recollections of the War between the States.
Major H. C. Connelly. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. V, No. 4, January, 1913, pp. 458-467. Vol. VI, No. 1, April, 1913, pp. 72-111.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Regimental histories and reunions of the following regiments: 7th, 8th, 13th, 14th, 21st, 24th, 31st, 33d, 34th, 36th, 39th, 45th, 46th, 47th, 50th, 55th, 59th, 73d, 74th, 75th, 81st, 84th, 85th, 86th, 89th, 92d, 93d, 95th, 96th, 102d, 103d, 104th, 115th, 117th, 124th, 125th, 130th, Infantry. Illinois Cavalry Regiments, 3d, 7th, 9th, 10th, 14th.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Richard Yates' Services to Illinois as War Governor.
Dr. William Jayne. See pp. 143-147 in Publication No. 7, Illinois State Historical Library, 1902.
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ILLINOIS-INDIANA
WATERMAN ---
Year Book of Waterman, DeKalb County, Ill., for 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907.
George Edward Congdon, compiler. 12
°, Sac City, Iowa; Hiawatha, Kans.

WOODFORD COUNTY ---
Soldiers of the War of 1812, whose bounty land grants were located in Woodford County, Ill.
A.F. Marshall, L.J. Freese, Milo Custer, compilers. 8
°, n.p., Bloomington, Ill., 1913. Publisher not given.

INDIANA
ALLEN COUNTY ---
History of the Maumee river Basin, Allen County, Ind.
2 vols. 4
°, Indianapolis, Ind., n.d. Col. Robert S. Robertson, editor, assisted by others. Bowen & Slocum, publishers.

BOONE COUNTY ---
Portrait and biographical record of Boone and Clinton counties, Indiana.
908 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1895. A.W. Boone & Co., publishers.

CARROLL COUNTY ---
Recollections of the early settlement of Carroll County, Ind.
Dr. James Henry Stewart. 372 p. 12
°, Cincinnati, 1872. Printed for the author by Hitchcock & Walden.

CLAY COUNTY ---
Counties of Clay and Owen, Indiana. Historical and Biographical.
Charles Blanchard, editor. 966 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1884. F.A. Battey & Co., publishers.

CLINTON COUNTY ---
See Boone County.

DEARBORN COUNTY ---
History of Dearborn and Ohio counties, Indiana, from their earliest settlement.
F.E. Weakley & Co., publishers, 987 p. 4
°, Chicago, 1885.

DELAWARE COUNTY ---
Our county. Its history and early settlement by townships, entry of public lands, present owners, reminiscences of pioneer life, etc., with original poems.
John P. Ellis. 194 p. 8
°, Muncie, Ind., 1898. Neely Printing Co., publishers.

DILLON'S HISTORY OF INDIANA ---
From B. Dillon. 637 p. 8
°, Indianapolis, 1859. Bingham & Doughty, publishers.
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INDIANA
EVANSVILLE ---
A history of Evansville and Vanderburgh County, Ind.
Joseph P. Elliot. 499 p. 8
°, Evansville, Ind., 1897. Keller Printing Co., publishers.

FAYETTE COUNTY ---
Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin counties, Indiana.
2 vols. 4
°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers.

FRANKLIN COUNTY ---
Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin counties, Indiana.
2 vols. 4
°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers.

FRANKLIN ---
Franklin College. First half century Franklin College, Franklin, Ind., Jubilee exercises, June 5-12, 1884.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, PUBLICATIONS OF ---
Vol. I, 1897, to Vol. IV, 1911. Published at Indianapolis, Ind., by the society.

HOYNE'S ---
Annual Directory of Homeopathic physicians in the State of Illinois for the year 1879. Vol. I, No. 7, containing also an alphabetical list of homeopathic physicians residing in the state of Indiana, Missouri and Kansas.
31 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1879. T.S. Hoyne, M.D., publisher. Also for the year 1882. Vol. I, No. 10. Chicago, 1882.

INDIANAPOLIS ---
Pictorial and biographical memoirs of Indianapolis and Marion County, Ind. Together with biographies of many prominent men of other portions of the state, both living and dead.
Goodspeed Bros., publishers. 466 p. 4
°, Chicago, 1893.

MARION COUNTY ---
See Indianapolis.

OHIO COUNTY ---
See Dearborn County.

OWEN COUNTY ---
See Clay County.

PARKE COUNTY ---
History of Vigo and Parke counties, together with historic notes of the Wabsh Valley.
H.W. Beckwith, H.H. Hill and N. Iddings, publishers. 1293 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1880.

SAINT JOSEPH COUNTY ---
History of St. Joseph County, Ind.
Charles C. Chapman & Co., publishers. 971 p. 4
°, Chicago, 1880.
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INDIANA
SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, INDIANA SOCIETY OF ---
Register for 1908. With roll of members and their revolutionary ancestors.
163 p. 8
°, Indianapolis, 1908. Published by the Society.

UNION COUNTY ---
Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin counties, Indiana.
2 vols. 4
°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers.

VANDERBURGH COUNTY ---
See Evansville, Ind.

VIGO COUNTY ---
See Parke County, Ind.

VINCENNES ---
Colonial history of Vincennes under the French, British and American governments.
John Law. 156 p. 8
°, Vincennes, 1858. Harvey, Mason & Co., publishers.

VINCENNES ---
A history of the city of Vincennes, Ind., from 1702 to 1901.
Henry S. Cauthron. 220 p. 12
°, copyright by Margaret C. Cauthron, 1902.
Moore & Lange Printing Co., Terre Haute, Ind.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Indiana at Antietam. Published by the Indiana Antietam Monument Commission.
153 p. 8
°, Indianapolis, Ind., 1911. The Aetna Press, publishers.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Indiana at Shiloh. John W. Coons, compiler.
310 p. 8
°, Indianapolis, Ind., 1904. William B. Byford, State Printer.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Indiana at Visksburg.
Henry C. Adams, Jr., compiler. 476 p. 8
°, Indianapolis, Ind., 1911.
William B. Byford, State Printer.

WAYNE COUNTY ---
Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin counties, Indiana.
2 vols. 4
°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers.

WOOLLEN, WM. WESLEY ---
Biographical and historical sketches of early Indiana.
568 p. 8
°, Indianapolis, 1883. Hammond & Co., publishers.

IOWA
ANNALS OF IOWA ---
Third Series. Vol. III, No. 8, January, 1899.
Vol. IV, No. 1, April, 1899.
Vol. V, 1901, to Vol. X, 1913.
DesMoines, Iowa. Iowa Department History, publishers.
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IOWA-KANSAS-KENTUCKY
BAPTIST OF ---
Historical sketches of Iowa Baptists.
Rev. S.H. Mitchell, compiler. 504 p. 8
°, Burlington, Iowa, 1886. Burdette Co., publishers.

IOWA JOURNAL OF HISTORY AND POLITICS ---
Vol. I, 1903, to date, 1914.
Benjamin F. Shambaugh, editor, Iowa City, Iowa. Published by the Society.

JOURNAL OF HISTORY ---
Published by the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Lamoni, Ia. Vol. I, 1908, to Vol. VII, 1914, Lamoni, Ia.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Iowa and the Rebellion. History of troops furnished by Iowa.
L.D. Ingersoll, compiler. 473 p. 8
°, Philadelphia, Pa., 1866. J.B. Lippincott & Co., publishers.

KANSAS
EARLY DAYS IN KANSAS ---
Along the Santa Fe Trail. Green's Historical Series, Vols. I and II. Council City, 1854-55; Superior, 1856. Burlingame, 1856-64. Charles R. Green. Published 1912-1913.
Along the Santa Fe Trail. Green's Historical Series, Vol. II.
8
° 102 p., Council City, 1854-55; Superior, 1856. Charles R. Green, Burlingame, 1856-64.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, COLLECTIONS OF ---
Vol. I to Vol. XII, 1886-1912. Topeka, Kans. Published by the society.

HOYNE'S ---
Annual Directory of Homeopathic physicians in the State of Illinois for the year 1879. Vol. I, No. 7, containing also an alphabetical list of homeopathic physicians residing in the states of Indiana, Missouri and Kansas. Vol. I, No. 7, 1879. Also Vol. II, No. 10, 1882. Published Chicago, 1882.

KENTUCKY
BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; to the 1st of November, 1790.
John Asplund. Southampton County, Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

BUTLER'S HISTORY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY ---
By Mann Butler, A.M.
396 p. 12
°, Louisville, Ky., 1834. Published by Wilcox, Dickerman & Co.

CAMPBELL COUNTY ---
History of Campbell County, Ky., as read at the centennial celebration of 4th of July, 1876.
Mary K. Jones. 16 p. 8
°, Newport, Ky., 1876. Publisher not given.

CATHOLIC MISIONS ---
Sketches of the early Catholic missions of Kentucky from their commencement in 1787 to the jubilee of 1826-27.
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KENTUCKY
CATHOLIC MISSIONS ---
M. J. Spalding, D.D. 308 p. 12o, Louisville, Ky., 1844. B.J. Webb & Bros., publishers.

COLLINS ---
Historical sketches of Kentucky; embracing its history, etc., with anecdotes of pioneer life.
Lewis Collins, 560 p. 8
°, Maysville, Ky., 1847. 2nd edition revised and enlarged by Richard H. Collins. 912 p. 8°, Louisville, Ky., 1877. Published by Richard H. Collins.

EBENEZER PRESBYTERY OF KENTUCKY ---
History of . See Rev. James P. Hendrick, D.D. Memoris, with an appendix containing history of Ebenezer Presbytery and other papers.
William J. Hendrick, A.M. 335 p. 8
°, Cambridge, Mass., 1907 Printed at the Riverside Press.

ESTILL COUNTY ---
History of Irvine County and Estill County, Ky.
n.p. 4
°, Irvine, Ky., n.d. E.C. Park, publisher.

FILSON CLUB PUBLICATIONS ---
Publications Vol. I, 1884, to Vol. XXV, 1910.
Louisville, Ky., 1884-1910. Filson Club, publishers.

HISTORIC FAMILIES OF KENTUCKY ---
With special reference to stocks immediately derived from the valley of Virginia; tracing in detail their various genealogical connections and illustrating from historic sources their influence upon the political and social development of Kentucky and the states of the South and West.
Thomas Marshall Green, First Series. 304 p. 8
°, Cincinnati, 1889.
Robert Clarke & Co., publishers.

IRVINE COUNTY ---
History of Irvine County and Estill County, Ky.
n.p. 4
°, Irvine, Ky., n.d. E.C. Park, publisher.

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY ---
Register of Kentucky State Historical Society, Frankfort, Ky. Vol. IV, No. 9, May, 1906. Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911. Vol. X, Nos. 28,29,30, January, 1912, to September, 1912. Vol. XI, Nos. 31, 32, 33, January, 1913, to September, 1913. Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, Secretary and Treasurer.
8
° Louisville and Frankfort, Ky., 1906, 1911, 1912, 1913. Kentucky State Historical Society, publishers.

LEXINGTON ---
The trial of Rev. John H. Brown, by the West Lexington Presbytery, on charge of misrepresentation, fraudulent sale and unchristian character, etc.
234 p. with a synopsis of 6 p. and appendix of 64 p. 8
°, Lexington, Ky., 1853. D.S. Goodloe, publisher.

LOUISVILLE ---
The history of Louisville from its earliest settlement to 1852.
Ben Casseday. 255 p. 16
°, Louisville, 1852. Hull & Brothers, publishers.
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KENTUCKY-LOUISIANA
METHODISM ---
History of Methodism in Kentucky.
3 vols. 8
°, Nashville, Tenn., 1868. Rev. A.H. Redford. Southern Methodist Publishing Co., publishers.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ---
History of the Presbyterian Church in the state of Kentucky; with a preliminary sketch of the churches in the Valley of Virginia.
Rev. Robert Davidson, D.D. 371 p. 8
°, New York, 1867. Robert Carter, publisher.

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, KENTUCKY SOCIETY ---
Year Book of the Kentucky Sons of the American Revolution, containing a roll of the officers of Virginia line who received land bounties; a roll of the Revolutionary pensions in Kentucky; a list of the Illinois regiment who served under George Rogers Clark in the northwest campaign. Also a roster of the Virginia Navy.
286 p. 8
°, Louisville, Ky., 1896. Published by The Society.

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, KENTUCKY SOCIETY ---
Year Book of the Kentucky Sons of the American Revolution in the commonwealth of Kentucky, 1894-1913, and catalogue of military land warrants granted by the commonwealth of Virginia to soldiers and sailors of the Revolution.
Compiled by Samuel M. Wilson, from records in the State Land Office of Kentucky.
363 p. 8
°, Lexington, Ky., 1913. Published by The Society.

UNION COUNTY ---
History of Union County, Ky.
896 p. 8
°, Evansville, Ind., 1886. Courier Co., publishers.

WAR 1812 ---
See Filson Club Publications, Nos. 15, 18 and 19, Louisville, Ky.
Louisville, Ky., Filson Club, publishers.

Kentuckians in the Battle of Lake Erie. A.C. Quisenberry. See pp. 43-49. In the Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society. Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911.

Kentucky's Part in the War of 1812. Samuel Wilson. See pp. 27-34. In the Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society. Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911.

Letter of Samuel Overton to his father, Waller Overton, written during the War of 1812. See pp. 37-39. In the Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society. Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911.

LOUISIANA
HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF LOUISIANA ---
Embracing translations of many rage and valuable documents relating to the natural, civil and political history of that state. Compiled with historical and biographical notes and an introduction by B. F. French.
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LOUISIANA-MAINE
LOUISIANA ---
Vol. I, 1846, published in New York, 1846. Wiley & Putnam, publishers.
Vol. II, 1850, published in Philadelphia, 1850. Daniels & Smith, publishers.
Vol. III, 1851, published in New York, 1851, D. Appleton & Co., publishers.
Vol. IV, 1852, published in New York, 1852, Redfield, Clinton Hall, publishers.
Vol. V, 1853, published in New York, 1853, Lamport, Blakeman & Law, publishers.
Second edition, Part II, published in 1850, Philadelphia, Daniels & smith publishers.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, PUBLICATIONS OF ---
Vol. II; Parts I, III, Iv; 1897, 1900, 1901.
Vol. III; Parts I, II, III; 1902, 1904, 1905.
Vol. IV; 1908.
Published by The Society, New Orleans.

Essai Historique sur La Louisiane.
Par. Charles Gayarre, 2 vols. in one. N.O. 1830. 1831. Benjamin Levy.

Histoire de la Louisiane.
Charles Gayarre, 1st edition, 2 vols. 8
°, New Orleans, 1846.

Also editions of above in English, 1852 and 1903.
Louisiana. Its colonial history and romance.
Charles Gayarre, 546 p. 8
°, N.Y., 1851.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY --- OFFICIAL PROGRAMME ---
Official programme of the commemoration of the transfer of Louisiana from france to the United States. Commemorated by the Louisiana Historical Society at New Orleans, La., December 18, 19 and 20, 1903.
James M. Augustin, editor and publisher, New Orleans, 1913. Picayune Job Print.

MAINE
BROOKSVILLE ---
History of Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Maine, including the ancient settlement of Pentagoet.
George Augustus Wheeler, A.M., M.D. 401 p. 8
°, Bangor, Me., 1875. Burr & Robinson, publishers.

BUXTON ---
Records of the proprietors of Narraganset township No. 1, now the town of Buxton, York County, Maine, from August 1, 1733, to January 4, 1811; with a documentary introduction, by William F. Goodwin, Captain United States Army.
400 p. 8
°, Concord, N.H., 1871. Privately printed. Press of Butterfield & Hill.

BUXTON ---
Report of the proceedings at the celebration of the first, centennial anniversary of the corporation of the town of Buxton, Maine, held at Buxton August 14, 1872. By J.M. Marshall.
288 p. 8
°, Portland, Me. Dresser, McClellan & Co., publishers.

CASTINE ---
History of Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Maine, including the ancient settlement of Pentagoet.
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MAINE
CASTINE ---
George Augustus Wheeler, A.M., M.D. 401 p. 8
°, Bangor, Me., 1875. Burr & Robinson, publishers.

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY ---
Thirteenth annual report of the Maine Genealogical Society for the year 1896. Reports of the directors and officers presented at the annual meeting January 9, 1897. Also by-laws, list of officers and members, etc. 45 p. 8
°, Portland, Me., 1897. Smith & Sale, Printers.

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY ---
Reports of the directors and officers presented at the annual meetings, January 20, 1904, and January 18, 1905. Reports presented at annual meeting January 18, 1911.
2 vols. 8
°, Portland, Me., 1905, 1911.

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RECORDER ---
Vol. IX, No. 2, February, 1898.
S.M. Watson, editor. Published at Portland, Me., 1898.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS ---
Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. I, 1831, Portland, Me. Published by Day, Fraser & Co., 1831. Series II, Vols. VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, 1895-1899. Series III, Vols. I and II, 1904-1906. 8
°, Portland, Me. Published by The Society.

LINCOLN COUNTY ---
The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Me., 1760 to 1800. Compiled and edited by William D. Patterson. 368 p. 8
°, Portland, Me., 1895. Published by the Genealogical Society of Maine.

PENOBSCOT ---
History of Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Me., including the ancient settlement of Pentagoet.
George Ausustus Wheeler, A.M., M.D. 401 p. 8
°, Bangor, Me., 1875. Burr & Robinson, publishers.

PENTAGOET ---
See Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Me.

POPHAM COLONY ---
Memorial volume of the Popham celebration, August 29, 1862; commemorative of the planting of the Popham Colony on the Peninsula of Sabino, August 19, O.S. 1607, establishing the title of England to the continent.
Rev. Edward Ballard. 144 p. 8
°, Portland, Me., 1863. Bailey & Noyes.

PORTLAND ---
Portland Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Rebellion. By members of Bosworth Post, G.A.R.
56 p. 8
°, Portland, Me., 1884. Printed by B. Thurston & Co.
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MARYLAND
BALTIMORE ---
The Chronicles of Baltimore; being a complete history of "Baltimore Town" and Baltimore City from the earliest period to the present time.
Col. J. Thomas Scharf. 756 p. 8
°, Baltimore, 1874. Turnbull Bros., publishers.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790.
John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8V, 1791.

MARYLAND CALENDER OF WILLS ---
Vol. I, Wills from 1635. (Earliest probated) to 1685.
Vol. II, Wills from 1685 to 1702
Vol. III, Wills from 1703 to 1713.
Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton), compiler. 8
°, Baltimore, Md., 1904, 1906, 1907. Kohn & Polleck, publishers.

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY ---
Archives of Maryland. Proceedings and acts of the General Assembly of Maryland. April 1715-August, 1716.
640 p. 4
°, Baltimore, Md., 1910. Maryland Historical Society, publishers.

NORTH POINT AND FORT McHENRY ---
The citizen soldiers at North Point and Fort McHenry, September 13 and 14, 1814. Resolves of the citizens in town meeting particulars relating to the battle, official correspondence and honorable discharge of the troops. Also celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary, 1889. (Reprint.) Charles C. Saffell, publisher. 137 p. 12
°, Baltimore, Md. n.d.

SANDY SPRING, MONTGOMERY COUNTY ---
Annals of Sandy Spring or Twenty Years History of a Rural Community in Maryland.
William Henry Farquhar. 325 p. 12
°, Baltimore, 1884. Cushings & Bailey, publishers.

SIDE LIGHTS ON MARYLAND HISTORY ---
By Hester Dorsey Richardson.
2vols. 8
°, Baltimore, Md., 1913. Richardson & Richardson, publishers.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR ---
Bureau of the Census. Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790, Maryland. 189 p. 4
°, Washington, D.C. U.S. Government, publishers.
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MASSACHUSETTS
ABINGTON ---
History of the town of Abington, Plymouth County, Mass., from its first settlement.
Benjamin Hobart, A.M. 453 p. 8
°, Boston, 1866. T.H. Carter & Son, publishers.

ANDOVER ---
South Church of, historical manual of the South Church in Andover, Mass.
Printed by Warren F. Draper.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790.
John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

BILLERICA ---
History of Billerica, Mass., with a genealogical register.
Rev. Henry A. Hazen, A.M. 509 p. 8
°, Boston. A. Williams & Co., publishers.

BOSTON ---
Epitaphs from Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Boston, with notes.
Thomas Bridgman. 252 p. 12
°, Boston & Cambridge. James Monroe & Co., publishers.

History of South Boston; formerly Dorchester Neck, now Ward XII, of the city of Boston, 1857.
David Clapp, publisher.

Marriages of Rev. Thomas Foxcroft, A.M., Boston, 1717-1769.
Transcribed by Rev. Anson Titus. Reprinted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register for April and July, 1888.

Old South Church. (Third church) Boston, Mass. A historical catalogue of, 1669-1882.
370 p. 8
°, Boston, 1883. Privately printed. Press of David Clapp & Son.

Report of the Record Commissioners of the city of Boston, containing Dorchester births, marriages and deaths to the end of 1825.
392 p. 8
°, Boston, 1890. City of Boston, publishers. Rockwell & Churchill, printers.

Roxbury Town. History of Roxbury Town.
Charles M. Ellis. 146 p. 8
°, Boston, 1847. Published by Samuel G. Drake.

BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH COUNTY ---
History of the early settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Mass., including an extensive family register.
Nahum Mitchell. 400 p. 8
°, Boston, 1840. Printed for the author by Kidder & Wright.

CAMBRIDGE ---
The Register Book of lands and houses in the "New Towne" and the town of Cambridge.
Cambridge, City of, publishers. 8
°, Cambridge, Mass, 1896.
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MASSACHUSETTS
CHARLESTON ---
The Genealogies and Estates of Charleston, in the county of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818.
Thomas Bellows Wyman. 2 vols. 8
°, Boston, 1879. David Clapp & Son, publishers.

COLONIAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS ---
Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts.
Vol. I, 1892-1894, to Vol. 10., 1904-1906. 8
°, Boston, Mass., 1895-1906. Published by The Society.

DEDHAM ---
Published by the joint committee of the two churches. 1638-1888.
Commemorative services at the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the gathering of the First Church in Dedham, Mass., observed November 18 and 19, 1888.
114 p. 8
°, Dedham, Mass, 1888. Published by Joint Committee.

DORCHESTER ---
Report of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Boston, containing Dorchester births, marriages and deaths to the end of 1890. Rockwell & Churchill, printers. See Boston.

DOUGLAS ---
History of the town of Douglas, Mass., from the earliest period to the close of 1878.
William A. Emerson. 359 p. 8
°, Boston, 1879. Frank W. Bird, publisher.

DUXBURY ---
Copy of the old records of the town of Duxbury, Mass. From 1642 to 1770. Made in the year 1892.
George Etheridge, compiler. 348 p. 8
°, Plymouth, 1893. Avery & Doten, printers.

History of the town of Duxbury, Mass., with genealogical registers.
Justin Winsor. 360 p. 8
°, Boston, 1849. Crosby & Nichols, publishers.

EASTHAMPTON ---
History of Easthampton; its settlement and growth, its material, educational, and religious interests. Together with a genealogical record of its original families.
Payson W. Lyman. 192 p. 12
°, Northampton, Mass., 1866. Trumbull & Gere, publishers.

ESSEX COUNTY ---
The Essex Antiquarian. A monthly magazine devoted to the biography, genealogy and history of Essex County, Mass. Vol., I, 1897, to Vol. XIII, 1909. (Publication ceased with Vol. 13, 1909.)
Sidney Perley, editor. 8
°, Salem, Mass., 1897-1909.

FRAMINGHAM ---
A history of Framingham, Mass., including the plantation, from 1640 to the present time, with an appendix containing a notice of Sud-
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MASSACHUSETTS
FRAMINGHAM ---
bury and its first proprietors; also a register of the inhabitants of Framingham before 1800, with genealogical sketches. Wm. Barry. 456 p. 8
°, Boston, 1847. James Munroe & Co., publishers.

GENEALOGICAL AND PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF MASSACHUSETTS ---
Wm. Richard Cutter and Wm. Frederick Adams, compilers.
4 vols. 4
°, New York, 1910. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., publishers.

GRAFTON ---
History of Grafton. Frederick Clifton Pierce.
623 p. 8
°, Worcester, 1879. Press of Charles Hamilton.

GROTON ---
Addresses delivered at Groton, Mass., July 12, 1905. By request of the citizens on the celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of its settlement.
100 p. 8
°, Groton, Mass., 1905. Published by a committee of the citizens of the Town of Groton.

HILLS, JOSEPH ---
Joseph Hills and the Massachusetts Law of 1648. Reprinted from History of Malden, Mass., 1633-1785, for private distribution. 8
°, Boston, 1899. Pamphlet.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS ---
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1792-1896.

Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1791 to 1909.

First Series, 1791 to 1883, with index. Second Series, 1884 to 1907. Third Series, 1907 to 1909. 59 vols. 8
°, Boston. Published by The Society.

HUTCHINSON, THOMAS ---
The diary and letters of his excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Esq. B.A. (Harvard) LL.D. (Oxon) Captain-General and Governor-in-chief of his late Majesty's Province of Massachusetts Bay in North America. Peter Orlando Hutchinson. 2 vols. 8
°, London, 1883-86.

LEICESTER ---
Historical sketches of the town of Leicester, Mass., during the first century from its settlement.
Emory Washburn. 476 p. 8
°, 1860, Boston. Printed by John Wilson & Son.
Contains also a brief sketch of the history of Leicester Academy.
Part I.
Emory Washburne. 158 p. 8
°, Boston, 1855. Phillips, Sampson & Co., publishers.

LENOX ---
History of Lenox and Richmond, Mass.
Charles J. Palmer. 48 p. 8
°, Pittsfield, Mass., 1904. Sun Printing Co., publishers.

MARRIAGE NOTICES, 1785-1794 ---
For the whole United States, copied from the Massachusetts Centinel and Columbian Centinel. Charles Knowles Bolton, compiler.
139 p. 8
°, Salem, Mass., 1900. Eben Putnam, publisher.
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MASSACHUSETTS
MEDFORD ---
History of the town of Medford, Middlesex County, Mass., from its first settlement in 1630 to 1855. By Charles Brooks. Revised, enlarged and brought down to 1885. By James M. usher.
592 p. 8
°, Boston, 1886. Rand, Avery & Co., publishers. The Franklin Press.

MIDDLESEX COUNTY ---
History of Middlesex County, Mass., containing carefully prepared histories of every city and town in the county, by well known writers; and a general hsitory of the county, from the earliest to the present time. In two volumes.
Samuel Adams Drake. 2 vol. 4
°, Boston, 1880. Estes & Lauriat, publishers.

NEW PLYMOUTH COLONY ---
Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England; Court Orders. Vol. I, 1633-1640.
Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, M.D., editor. 202 p. 4
°, Boston, Mass., 1855. Press of William White.

PALMER ---
History of the town of Palmer, Mass., early known as the Elbow Tract; including records of the plantation district and town, 1716-1889. With a genealogical register.
J.H. Temple. 602 p. 8
°, Springfield, Mass., 1889. Published by the Town of Palmer.
Clark W. Bryan Co., publishers.

PITTSFIELD ---
History of Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Mass. Vol. I, 1734 to 1800. Vol. II, 1800 to 1876.
J.E.A. Smith, compiler, under the direction of a general committee.
2 vols. 8
°, Boston, 1869, 1876. Published by authority of the Town.

PLYMOUTH ---
Ancient landmarks of Plymouth.
Part I. Historical Sketch and Titles of Estates.
Part II. Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families.
William T. Davis. 312 p. 8
°, Boston, 1883. A. Williams & Co., publishers.

REHOBOTH ---
Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896.
James N. Arnold. 926 p. 4
°, Providence, R.L., 1897. Narragansett Historical Publishing Co., publishers.

RICHMOND ---
History of Lenox and Richmond, Mass.
Charles J. Palmer. 48 p. 8
°, Pittsfield, Mass., 1904. Sun Printing Co., publishers.

ROXBURY TOWN ---
History of Roxbury Town. Charles M. Ellis.
146 p. 8
°, Boston, 1847. Published by Samuel G. Drake. See Boston.
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MASSACHUSETTS
SCOTCH-IRISH PIONEERS IN ULSTER AND AMERICA ---
Charles Knowles Bolton, 398 p. 8
°, Boston, 1910. Bacon & Brown, publishers.

SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI ---
Proceedings of the Massachusetts State Society of the Cincinnati from its organization. June 9, 1783, to July 4, 1811. Bound in copy of the Society of the Cincinnati. See General Works, Society of the Cincinnati. 112 p., 8
°, Boston, 1812. Printed by Thomas B. Wait & Co.

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, MASSACHUSETTS COCIETY ---
Historical memoranda with lists of members and their revolutionary ancestors.
294 p. 8
°, Boston, 1899. Published by The Society.

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OF MASSACHUSETTS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR ---
A compilation from the archives prepared and published by Wm. M. Olin, Secretary of the Commonwealth. 17 vols. 8
°, Boston, 1896-1898. Wright & Potter, State Printers.

SOWANS ---
With Ancient records of Sowans and parts adjacent. Illustrated. Thomas Williams Bricknell. 195 p. 4
°, Cleveland, Ohio, 1908. The Arthur H. Clark Co., publishers.

SPRINGFIELD ---
Annals of Chicopee Street, 1675-1875. Records and reminiscences of an old New England Parish for a period of 200 years. Clara Skeele Palmer. 87 p. 8
°, Springfield, Mass., 1899. Henry R. Johnson, publisher.

History of the First Church in Springfield. An address delivered June 22, 1875. With an appendix. 60 p. 8
°, Springfield, Mass., 1875. Whitney & Adams, publishers.

SUDBURY ---
See Framingham, Mass. By William Barry.

SUFFOLK COUNTY DEEDS ---
Published by the authority of the Board of Aldermen of the City of Boston, acting as county commissioners for the county of Suffolk. Vol. I, 1880, to Vol. XIV, 1906. 8
°, Boston, 1880-1906. Rockwell & Churchill, State Printers.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR ---
Bureau of Census. Heads of families at the first census of the United States, taken in the year 1790. Massachusetts. 363 p. 4
°, Washington, D.C., 1908. U.S. Government, publishers.

WATERTOWN, WALTHAM, WESTON ---
Genealogies of the families and descendants of the early settlers of Watertown, Mass., including Waltham and Weston. To which is
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MASSACHUSETTS-MICHIGAN
WATERTOWN ---
appended the early history of the town, with illustrations, maps and notes, 2d edition. With a memoir of the author, by Horatio Gates Jones, A.M. Henry Bond, M.D. 2 vols. in one. 1094 p. 8
°, Boston, 1860. N.E. Historical & Genealogical Society, publishers.

WESSANGUSSET ---
See Weymouth, Mass.

WEYMOUTH ---
Historical Sketch of the Town of Weymouth, Mass., form 1622 to 1884.
Gilbert Nash, compiler. In Vol. 2, Weymouth Historical Society Collections. 346 p. 8
°, Weymouth, 1885. Published by the Town of Weymouth.

Wessangusset and Weymouth. Historical address by Charles Francis Adams, Jr.
Weymouth in its firt thirty years. Gilbert Nash.

Weymouth thirty years later. Charles Francis Adams.
See Weymouth Historical Collections No. 3, 1905.
Published by The Society.

Weymouth Historical Society Publications, Nos. 1, 2, 3.
Published by The Society, Weymouth, Mass., 1881, 1885, 1905.

WOBURN ---
Woburn records of births, deaths, and marriages, 1640 to 1873.
Bound with annual reports city government of Woburn.
Edward F. Johnson. 8
°, Woburn, Mass., 1890-1894.

WORCESTOR ---
History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion.
Abijah P. Marion. 578 p. 8
°, Cleveland, Ohio, 1870. The Arthur H. Clark Co., publishers.

MICHIGAN
DETROIT ---
Early days in Detroit. Papers written by General Friend Palmer, of Detroit. Being his personal reminiscences of important events and descriptions of the city for over 80 years.
1032 p. 8
°, Detroit, Mich. 1906. Copyright by Hunt & June. Printed by Richmond & Backus Co.

Early Detroit. A Sketch of some of the interesting affairs of the olden times.
C.M. Burton. 52 p. 8
°, Detroit, Mich., 1909. Speaker-Hines Press.

Centennial Celebration of the Evacuation of Detroit by the British, July 11, 1766-July 11, 1896. Report of the Proceedings with the addresses of Col. H.M. Duffield, Senator J.C. Burrows, and President James B. Angell. 179 p. 8
°, Detroit, Mich., 1896. John F. Erby & Co., printers
--- 3 H S
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MICHIGAN-MINNESOTA-NEBRASKA-MISSISSIPPI
GRAND RAPIDS ---
Historical Society Publications.
Parts 1, 6, 1906-11. Published at Grand Rapids, Mich.

PIONEER SOCIETY OF MICHIGAN ---
Michigan Pioneer Collections, Vol. I, 1874, to Vol. XXXVIII, 1912; with Index, Vols. I to XXX, 1874-1906. 8
°, Lansing, Mich. Published by The Society.

MINNESOTA
MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY ---
Collections of, 1864, 1867, Vols. I, III, V, VIII, IX, XII-XIV, 1872 to 1912.
Published at St. Paul, Minn., by The Society.

NEBRASKA
INDIAN WAR OF 1864 ---
Being a fragment of the early history of Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, and Wyoming.
Eugene F. Ware. 601 p. 12
°, Topeka, Kans., 1911. Crane & Co., publishers.

SOLDIERS ---
Soldiers, sailors and marines of the War of 1812. Mexican War, and the War of the Rebellion, residing in Nebraska June 1, 1893.
John C. Allen, Secretary of State, compiler. 227 p. and index 20 p. 8
°, Lincoln, Neb., 1893. State Printer

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS ---
Transactions and Reports ---
Vol. I, 1885, to Vol. V, 1893.
Vol. I (second series), 1894-95, (Vol. I).
Vol. I (second series), 1899, (Vol. III).
Proceedings and Collections ---
Vol. XI (second series II, Vol. VI), 1906.
Vol. XII (second series II, Vol. VII), 1907.
Vol. XV (second series II, Vol. X), 1907.
Vol. XVI, 1911.

MISSISSIPPI
DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY ---
Fourth annual report, October 1, 1904, to October 1 1905.
43 p. 8
°, Nashville, Tenn. Brandon Printing Co.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MISSISSIPPI ---
Publications of, Vol. X, 1909; Vol. XI, 1910.
Edited by Franklin L. Riley, secretary. Published at University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss.
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MISSISSIPPI-MISSOURI
HISTORY OF MISSISSIPPI ---
From the discovery of the great river by Hernando De Soto, including the earliest settlement made by the French under Iberville, to the death of Jefferson Davis. Robert Lowry and William H. McGardle.
648 p. 8
°, Jackson, Miss., 1891. R.H. Henry & Co., publishers.

OFFICIAL AND STATISTICAL REGISTER OF MISSISSIPPI ---
1904 ---
Dunbar Rowland, compiler. 694 p. 8
°, Nashville, Tenn., 1904. Press of the Brandon Printing Co.

MISSOURI
CREOLES OF ST. LOUIS ---
Paul Beckwith.
169 p. 8
°, St. Louis, 1893. Nixon-Jones Printing Co., publishers.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MISSOURI, ST. LOUIS ---
Collections of, Vol. II, 1900, to Vol. V, 1913.
Published at St. Louis, Mo., by The Society.
Missouri Historical Review.
Vol. I, No. 1, October, 1906.
Vol. II, Nos. 1-4, 1907-08.
Vol. III, Nos. 1-4, 1909.
Vol. IV, Nos. 1, 2, 4, 1910.
Vol. V, Nos. 1, 2, 1911.
Vol. VI, No. 1, 1911-12.
Vol. VIII, 1914.
Published at Columbia, Mo., by Historical Society.

HISTORY OF MISSOURI ---
From the earliest explorations and settlements until the admission of the state into the Union.
Louis Houck. 3 vols. 8
°, Chicago, 1908. R.R. Donnelley & Sons, publishers.

HOYNE'S ---
Annual directory of homeopathic physicians in the State of Illinois for the year 1879. Vol. I, No. 7. Containing also an alphabetical list of homeopathic physicians residing in the states of Indiana, Missouri and Kansas.
T.S. Hoyne, M.D. 31 p. 8
°, Chicago, 1879. T.S. Hoyne, M.D., publisher.
Also Vol. I, No. 10, 1882.

PIONEERS OF MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS ---
See pp. 1-8 in Vol. III, No. 1, January, 1912, of the Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine. Francis M. Lyman.

SPANISH REGIME IN MISSOURI ---
A collection of papers and documents relating to Upper Louisiana, principally within the present limits of Missouri, during the dominion of Spain, from the Archives of the Indies at Seville, etc., translated from the original Spanish into English, and including also some papers concerning the supposed grant to Col. George Morgan, etc.
Louis Honck. 2 vols. 8
°, Chicago, 1909. R.R. Donnelley & Sons, publishers.
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MISSOURI-NEW HAMPSHIRE
WAR OF 1812, BOONE COUNTY, MISOURI ---
List of Soldiers petitioning for pensions.
See p. 102, in Vol. VIII, No. 2, January, 1914.
Missouri Historical Review, Columbia, Mo. Published by The State Historical Society.

WAR OF THE REBELLION ---
Missouri troops in service during Civil War.
U.S. Government, publishers. Senate Document, Vol. 28, 57th Congress, 1st Session. 1901-1902.

NEW HAMPSHIRE
AMHERST ---
History of the town of Amherst, N.H., 1728 to 1882, with genealogies of Amherst families.
Daniel F. Secomb. 978 p. 8
°, Concord, N.H., 1883. Evans, Sleeper & Woodbury, publishers.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°.

CANDIA ---
History of the town of Candia, Rockingham County, N.H., from its first settlement to the present time.
J. Bailey Moore. 528 p. 8
°, Manchester, N.H., 1893. George W. Browne, publisher.

CHARLESTON ---
History of Charleston, N.H., the old No. 4, embracing the part borne by its inhabitants in the Indian, French and Revolutionary wars, and the Vermont controversy, also genealogies and sketches of families, from its settlement to 1876. Rev. Henry H. Saunderson. 726 p. 8
°, Claremont, N.H., 1876. Printed for the Town by The Claremont Manufacturing Company.

CONCORD ---
The history of Concord, (N.H.) form its first grant in 1725 to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks, (with map).
Nathaniel Bouton. 786 p. 8
°, Concord, 1856. Benning W. Sanborn, publisher.

FIRST NEW HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT ---
War of the Revolution. History of the First New Hampshire Regiment in the War of the Revolution.
Frederic Kidder. 184 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1868. Joel Munsell.

HAVERHILL ---
History of Haverhill, N.H.
Rev. J.Q. Bittinger. 442 p. 8
°, Haverhill, N.H., 1888. Cohos Steam Press.
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NEW HAMPSHIRE-NEW JERSEY
PROVINCIAL AND STATE PAPERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ---
Vols. I to XXX, 1623-1768.
Nathaniel Bouton, D.D., Isaac W. Hammond and Albert Stillman Batchellor, compilers. 8
°, Concord, H.H. Published by the State, 1867-1907.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR ---
Bureau of the Census. Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790. New Hampshire. 71 p. 4
°, Washington, D.C., 1908. U.S. Government, publishers.

NEW JERSEY
ARCHIVES OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY ---
Journal of Governor and Council.
First Series ---
Vol. XIII, Vol. I, 1682-1714.
Vol. XIV, Vol. II, 1715-1738. Calendar of Records.
Vol. XXI, 1664-1703.
Vol. XXII, Marriage Records, 1665-1800.
Vol. XXIII, Vol. I, 1670-1730. Calendar of New Jersey Wills.
Vol. XXIV, Vol. V, 1762-1765. Extracts from American newspapers relating to New Jersey.
Vol. XXV, Vol. VI, 1766-1767. Extracts from American newspapers relating to New Jersey.
Vol. XXVI, Vol. VII, 1768-1769. Extracts from American newspapers relating to New Jersey.
Vol. XXVII, Vol. VIII, 1770-1771. Extracts from American newspapers relating to New Jersey.
Second Series ---
Vol. II, 1778. Extracts from American newspapers.
Vol. III, 1779. Extracts from American newspapers.
Trenton, N.J., 1890-1906

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual Baptist register of the Baptist denomination in North America, to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

BERGEN ---
Annals of the classes of Bergen, of the Reformed Dutch Church, and of the churches under its care; including the civil history of the ancient township of Bergen, N.J. Benjamin C. Taylor, D.D. 479 p. 12
°, New York, 1857.Board of Publication of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church. Hosford & Co., printers.

CAPE MAY COUNTY ---
The history of Cape May County, N.J., from the aborigianl times to the present day. Lewis Townsend Stevens. 480 p. 8
°, Cape May City, 1897. See Ludlam Family History.
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NEW JERSEY
CONTINENTAL LINE OF NEW JERSEY ---
In the Virginia Campaign of 1781.
William S. Stryker. 45 p. 8
°, Trenton, 1882. John L. Murphy, printer.

ELIZABETH ---
Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. John's Church at Elizabeth, N.J., 1664-1892. William Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, Compilers.
355 p. 8
°, New Haven, Conn. Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor.

ELIZABETH TOWN ---
The history of St. John's Church, Elizabeth Town, N.J., from the year 1703 to the present time.
Samuel A. Clark. 203 p. 12
°, Philadelphia, 1857. J.B. Lippincott & Co., publishers.

GERMANS OF NEW JERSEY ---
The early Germans of New Jersey, their history, churches and genealogies.
Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers. 667 p. 8
°, Dover, N.J., 1895. Dover Printing Co., publishers.

HACKENSACK ---
Historical discourse delivered on occasion of the reopening and dedication of "The First Reformed (Dutch) Church." Hackensack, N.J., May 2, 1869. Rev. Theodore Romeyn.
23 p. 8
°, New York, 1870. Board of Publication, R.C.A. Hosford & Sons, printers.

HANOVER, MORRIS COUNTY ---
Church members, marriages and baptisms, at Hanover, Morris County, J.J., during the pastorate of Rev. Jacob Green, and to the settlement of Rev. Aaron Condit, 1746-1796.
William Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, compilers. 32 p. 8
°, Morristown, N.J., 1893. The Jerseyman Printing Office. See also Whippany and Hanover, N.J.

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF NEW JERSEY ---
Containing a general collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, and biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc., relating to the history and antiquities, with geographical descriptions of townships in the state.
John W. Barber and Henry Howe, compilers. 519 p. 8
°, Newark, N.J., 1855. Published by Benjamin Olds for Justus H. Bradley.

HUDSON COUNTY ---
History of the county of Hudson, New Jersey, from its earliest settlement to the present time.
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NEW JERSEY
HUDSON COUNTY ---
Charles H. Winfield. 568 p. 8
°, New York, 1874. Kennard & Hay Printing Co., publishers.

MORRISTOWN ---
History of the First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, N.J.
Part I. Records of Trustees and Sessions, form 1742 to 1882.
Part II. The Combined Registers, 1742 to 1885.
8
°, Morristown, N.J., 1885. Published by the Board of Trustees, First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, N.J.

OFFICIAL REGISTER ---
Of the officers and men of New Jersey in revolutionary War.
Printed by the order of the Legislature. William S. Stryker.
872 p. 8
°, Trenton, N.J., 1872. William T. Nicholson & Co., printers.

SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI ---
The Cincinnati, with the by-laws and rules of the New Jersey State Society.
78 p. 8
°, New Jersey, 1876. Society of The Cincinnati, publishers.
Roster of the New Jersey officers of the Continental line in the Revolutionary War, who were eligible to membership in the Society of the Cincinnati.
49 p. 8
°. Published by the New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati, 1911.

TRENTON ---
History of the Presbyterian church in Trenton, N.J., from the first settlement of the town.
John Hall, D.D. 453 p. 12
°, New York, 1859. Anson D.F. Randolph, publisher.

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION ---
See Official Register.

WHIPPANY, MORRIS COUNTY ---
Inscriptions on the tombstones and monuments in the graveyards at Whippany and Hanover, N. J., Morris County. William Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, compilers.
92 p. 8
°, 1894. Place and publisher not given.

WILLS ----
Index of Wills, office of Secretary of State, New Jersey, 1804 to 1830.
By the surrogates of the several counties: Bergen County, 1804 to 1830; Burlington County, 1804 to 1830; Cape May County, 1804 to 1830; Cumberland County, 1804 to 1830; Essex County, 1804 to 1830; Gloucester County, 1804 to 1830; Hunterdon County, 1804 to 1830; Middlesex County, 1804 to 1830; Monmouth County, 1804 to 1830; Morris County, 1804 to 1830; Salem County, 1804 to 1830; Somerset County, 1840 to 1830; Sussex County, 1804 to 1830; Warren County, 1825 to 1830.
154 p. 8
°, Trenton, N.J., 1901. The John L. Murphy Publishing Co., publishers. Printed under direction of the Secretary of State of New Jersey.
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NEW YORK
ABSTRACTS OF WILLS ---
On file in surrogate's office. City of New York, 1665-1771.
New York Historical Collections, 1892-1898 (7 vols.). 8
°, New York Historical Society, publishers.

ALBANY COUNTY ---
Contributions for the genealogies of the first settlers of the ancient county of Albany. From 1630 to 1800. Prof. Jonathan Pearson.
182 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1872. Joel Munsell, publisher.

ALBANY ---
Contributions for the genealogies of the first settlers of Albany, with a key to the names of persons occurring in the early Dutch records of Albany and vicinity. From old church and other records. pp. 84-184, inc. 8
°, Albany, n.d.

ANNUAL REGISTER AND MILITARY ROSTER ---
Containing the names and rank of the principal civil officers of the government of the United States since its organization, and of the state of New York, since the adoption of its constitution in 1777, including county officers, etc., also the names and rank of the militia officers of this state, now in office. B. Thalhimer. 272 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1821. Printed by E. and E. Hosford.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

COHOES ---
History of Cohoes, N.Y., from its earliest settlement to the present time.
Arthur H. Masten. 327 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1877. Joel Munsell, publisher.

DANKERS AND SLUYTER JOURNALS ---
Journal of a voyage to New York and a tour in several of the American colonies in 1679-80. By Jasper Dankers and Peter Sluyter, of Wiewerd in Friesland. Translated from the original manuscript in Dutch for the Long Island Historical Society, and edited by Henry C. Murphy.
440 p. 8
°, Brooklyn, 1867. Vol. I, Long Island Historical Memoirs.

DUCHESS COUNTY ---
General history of Duchess County, from 1609 to 1876, inclusive. Illustrated with numerous wood cuts, maps and full page engravings.
Phillip H. Smith. 507 p. 8
°, Pawling, N.Y., 1877. Published by the author. DeLacey & Walsh, printers, Amenia, N.Y.

FLATBUSH, KINGS COUNTY, LONG ISLAND ---
The history of the town of Flatbush, in Kings County, Long Island.
Thomas M. Strong, D.D. 188 p. 12
°, New York, 1842. Thomas R. Mercein, Jr., printer.
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NEW YORK
GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK ---
Officers, committees, and members of the society, 1908.
40 p. 12
°, New York, 1908. New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, publishers.

Genealogical and Biographical Record.
Vol. I, 1870, to Vol. XLV, 1914. (Also Index Vol. I to Vol. XXXVIII, 1907.)
45 vols. 4
°, N.Y., 1870-1914. Published by The Society.

HAMILTON ---
The First Half Century of Madison University, Hamilton, N.Y., (1819-1869), or the Jubilee Volume, containing sketches of eleven hundred living and deceased alumni; with fifteen portraits of founders, presidents and patrons.
505 p. 8
°, New York, 1872. Madison University, publishers. Sheldon & Co., publishers.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY ---
Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year 1814.
Vol. II, N.Y., 1814. Printed by Van Winkle & Wiley.
Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year 1821.
Vol. III, N.Y., 1821. Published by E. Bliss and E. White.
Collections of the New York Historical Society. Second Series.
Vol. I, N.Y., 1841. H. Ludwig, publisher.
Collections of the New York Historical Society. Second Series.
Vol. III, Part I, N.Y., 1857. D. Appleton & Co., publishers.
Proceedings of the New York Historical Society for the year 1846.
N.Y., 1847. Press of the Historical Society.
Collections of the New York Historical Society. Vol. I, 1868 to Vol. XLIV, 1911.
N.Y. Historical Society, publishers. 1868-1908.

HUNTINGTON ---
Silas Wood's sketch of the town of Huntington, L.I. From its first settlement to the end of the American Revolution. Edited with genealogical and historical notes.
William S. Pelletreau, A.M. 63 p. 8
°, New York, 1898. Francis P. Harper, publisher.

KING'S BRIDGE ---
See Westchester County, N.Y.

KING'S COUNTY ---
Genealogical Club Collections. Vol. I, No.1, June, 1882, VOl. I, Nos. 5, 6, 1894.
8
°, N.Y., 1882, 1894. Kings County Genealogical Club, publishers.
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NEW YORK
LANSINGBURGH ---
History of Lansingburgh, N.Y., from the year 1670 to 1877.
A.J. Weise, A.M. 44 p. 8
°, Troy, N.Y., 1877. William H. Young, printer.

LESLIE'S HISTORY OF GREATER NEW YORK --- NEW YORK CITY ---
Daniel Van Pelt. 3 vols. 4
°, N.Y. Copyright, 1898. Askell Publishing Co.

LINCKLAEN JOURNAL ---
Travels in Pennsylvania, New York, and Vermont, journals of John Lincklaen, agent of the Holland Land Company, with a biographical sketch and notes.
John Lincklaen. 162 p. 8
°, New York, 1897. G.P. Putnam, publisher.

LITTLE BRITAIN ---
The Centennial Memorial, a record of the proceedings on the occasion of the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the A.R. Presbyterian Church of Little Britain, N.Y., etc.
Archibald C. Niven, editor. 251 p. 12
°, New York, 1859. Robert Carter & Bros., publishers.

LONG ISLAND GENEALOGIES ---
Being kindred descendants of Thomas Powell.
Mary Powell Bunker. 350 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1895. Joel Munsell Sons, publishers.

MARRIAGE LICENSES ---
Names of persons for whom marriage licenses were issued by the Secretary of the Province of New York, pervious to 1784. Printed by order of Gideon J. Tucker, secretary of State.
Gideon J. Tucker, compiler. 480 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1860. Weed, Parsons & Co., publishers.

MINUTES OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF NEW YORK ---
for detecting and defeating conspiracies in the state of New York. Albany County Sessions, 1778-1781
Vol. I, 1778-1779.
Vol. II, 1780-1781.
Victor Hugh Paltsits, editor. 4
°, Albany, N.Y., 1909. State of New York, publishers.

MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ---
Of the Province of New York. Administration of Francis Lovelace, 1668-1673.
Vol. I. Minutes, collateral and illustrative documents, I-XIX.
Vol. II. Collateral and illustrative, XX-XCVIII.
Victor Hugh Paltsits, editor. 2vols. 8
°, N.Y., 1910. Published by the State.

MONROE COUNTY ---
See Phelps and Gorham Purchase, New York.

MORRISANIA ---
See Westchester County, N.Y.
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NEW YORK
NEW PALTZ ---
History of New Paltz, N.Y., and its old families, from (1678 to 1820), including the Huguenot Pioneers and others who settled in New Paltz previous to the Revoultion.
593 p. 8
°, Albany, 1903. Ralph LeFevre. Copyright, Ralph LeFevre.

ONEIDA COUNTY ---
Annals and Recollections of Oneida County. Pomroy Jones.
893 p. 8
°, Rome, N.Y., 1851. Published by the Author.

ONONDAGA ---
Onondaga's Soldiers of the Revolution. Official records.
Compiled by Frank H. Chase, Secretary of The Onondaga Historical Association. 47 p. 8
°, Syracuse, N.Y., 1895. Published by the Onondaga Historical Association.

OYSTER BAY, QUEENS COUNTY ---
A documentary history of the Dutch congregation of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau. (Now Long Island.)
Henry A. Stoutenburgh. 40 p. 8
°, New York, 1902. Eben Storer, publisher.
PHELPS AND GORHAM PURCHASE ---
History of the Pioneer Settlement of Phelps and Gorham's Purchase and Morris Reserve; to which is added a supplement of the pioneer history of Monroe County.
O. Turner. 624 p. 8
°, Rochester, N.Y., 1851. William Alling, publisher..

QUEENS COUNTY ---
History of Queens County, N.Y., with illustrations, portraits and sketches of prominent families and individuals.
576 p. 4
°, New York, 1882. W.W. Munsell & Co., publishers.

ST. MARK'S CHURCH ON THE BOWERY ---
Parish Annals. A sermon giving historical notices of St. Mark's Church in the Bowery, N.Y. (From A.D. 1795, to A.D. 1845) delivered in said church, May 4, 1845.
Henry Anthon, D.D. 58 p. 8
°, New York, 1845. Stamford & Sword, publishers.

SAINT NICHOLAS SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY ---
Charter, constitution and by-laws. List of members.
98 p. 12
°, New York, 1907. Douglas, Taylor & Co., publishers.

Charter, constitution, and list of members of the Saint Nicholas Society of the City of New York, organized February 28, 1835. Incorporated April 17, 1841.
113 p. 12
°, New York, 1913. Printed by order of The Society. Douglas-Taylor & Co., publishers.

Genealogical Records of the St. Nicholas Society.
334 p. 8
°, New York, 1905. Published by The Society.

SALEM ---
The Salem Book, records of the past and glimpses of the present. Prepared for publication by a group of Salem's sons and daughters.
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NEW YORK
SALEM ---
250 p. 8
°, Salem, N.Y., 1896. The Salem Press Review. Salem Sons and Daughters, publishers.

SCHENECTADY ---
Contributions for the genealogies of the descendants of the first settlers of the patent and city of Schenectady, from 1662 to 1800.
Rev. Jonathan Pearson. 324 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1873. Joel Munsell, publisher.

A History of the Schenectady patent in the Dutch and English times; being contributions toward a history of the lower Mohawk Valley.
Prof. Jonathan Pearson, A.M. 466 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1883. Edited by J.W. MacMurray, A.M., U.S.A. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers.

SCHOHARIE COUNTY ---
History of Schoharie County and border wars of New York; containing also a sketch of the causes which led to the American Revolution; and interesting memoranda of the Mohawk Valley; together with much other historical and miscellaneous matter never before published.
Jeptha R. Simms. 672 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1845. Munsell & Tanner, publishers.

SHELTER ISLAND ---
Historical papers on Shelter Island and its Presbyterian Church, with genealogical tables of the descendants of Brinley Sylvester, Samuel Hopkins, Joel and John Bowditch, Samuel Hudson, John Havens, George Havens, Jonathan Havens, Jos. Havens, Henry Havens, Noah Tuthill, Thomas Conkling, Abraham Parker, Daniel Brown, Sylvester L'Hemmedien, and others.
Rev. Jacob E. Mallman, compiler. 332 p. 8
°, N.Y., 1899. Printed for the Author.

SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION OF NEW YORK ---
Year Book of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution of New York.
690 p. 4
°, New York, 1899. Francis E. Fitch, publisher.

STEUBEN COUNTY ---
History of Steuben County, N.Y.; with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers.
Prof. W. W. Clayton. 460 p. 4
°, Philadelphia, 1879. Lewis, Peck & Co., publishers.

SUFFOLK COUNTY ---
Historical and descriptive sketches of Suffolk County, and its towns, villages, hamlets, scenery, institutions and important enterprises; with a historical outline of Long Island, from its first settlement by Europeans.
Richard M. Bayles. 424 p. 12
°, Port Jefferson, L.I. Published by the Author. W.A. Overton, Jr., & Co.

TYRON COUNTY ---
Annals of Tyron County; or the border warfare of New York, during the Revoultion.
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NEW YORK-NORTH CAROLINA
TYRON COUNTY ---
William W. Campbell. 78 p. 8
°, New York, 1831. J. & J. Harper, publishers.

The Minute Book of the Committee of Safety of Tyron County, the old New York frontier, now printed verbatim for the first time, with an introduction by J. Howard Hanson, and notes by Samuel Ludlow Frey. 151 p. 8
°, New York, 1905. Dodd, Mead & Co., publishers.

WAR OF THE REVOULTION ---
History of New York during the Revoultionary War, and of the leading events in the other colonies of that period. By Thomas Jones, with notes, contemporary documents, maps and portraits.
Edward Floyd de Lancey, editor. 2 vol. 8
°, New York, 1879. New York Historical Society, publishers.

New York in the Revolution as a colony and as a state. These records were discovered, arranged and classified in 1895, 1896, 1897 and 1898.
James A. Roberts, compiler. 2d edition, 534 p. 4
°, Albany, 1898. Brandow Printing Co.

WESTCHESTER COUNTY ---Early wills of Westchester County, N.Y., from 1664 to 1784, with a careful abstract of all wills recorded in New York surrogate's office and at White Plains, N.Y. Also the genealogy of "The Havilands" of Westchester County, and descendants of Hon. James Graham (Watkinson and Ackerley families).
William S. Pelletreau, S.A.M. 488 p. 8
°, N.Y., 1898. Francis P. Harper, publisher.

History of Westchester County, N.Y., including Morrisania, Kings Bridge, and West Farms, which have been annexed to New York City.
J. Thomas Scharf. 2 vols. 4
°, Philadelphia, 1886. L.E. Preston & Co., publishers.

WEST FARMS ---
See Westchester County, N.Y.

WHITE PLAINS ---
See Westchester County, N.Y.

NORTH CAROLINA
ABSTRACT OF NORTH CAROLINA WILLS ---
Compiled from original and recorded wills in the office of the Secretary of State.
670 p. 8
°, Raleigh, N.C., 1910. E.M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

COLONIAL OFFICER, (A) AND HIS TIMES, 1754-1773 ---
A biographical sketch of Gen. Hugh Waddell, of North Carolina.
Alfred Moore Waddell. 242 p. 8
°, Raleigh, N.C., 1890. Edwards & Broughton.
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NORTH CAROLINA
COLONIAL RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA ---
Published under the supervision of the trustees of the public libraries. By order of the General Assembly.
Vol. I, 1622, to Vol. XXVI, 1790.
Vol. XXVII and XXVIII. Index A to L (2 vols.).
William Saunders, Walter Clark and Stephen Wells, editors. Published by the state.
Raleigh & Goldsboro, N.C., 1886-1905, 1910.

GERMAN SETTLEMENTS IN NORTH CAROLINA ---
History of the German settlements and of the Lutheran church in North and South Carolina, from the earliest period of the colonization of the Dutch, German, and Swiss settlers to the close of the first half of the present century.
G.D. Bernhein. 557 pp. 12
°, Philadelphia, 1872. The Lutheran Book Store, publishers.

GREENSBORO, 1808-1904 ---
Facts, figures, traditions and reminiscences.
James W. Albright (collected by). 134 p. 8
°, Greensboro, N.C., 1904.
Joseph J. Stone & Co., publishers.

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF NORTH CAROLINA ---
Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, January, 1900-October, 1900.
Vol. II, Nos. 1-4, January, 1901-October, 1901.
Vol. III, Nos. 1-3, January, 1903-July, 1903.
J.R.B. Hathaway, editor and publisher. 8
°, Edenton, N.C.

HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF NORTH CAROLINA ---
From 1584 to 1851. Compiled from original records, official documents, and traditional statements, with biographical sketches of her distinguished statesmen, jurists, lawyers, soldiers, divines, etc.
John H. Wheeler. (2 vols. In 1.) 8
°, Philadelphia, 1851. Lippincott, Grambo & Co., publishers.

LINCOLN COUNTY ---
See Sketches of North Carolina
C.L. Hunter

MECKLENBURG COUNTY ---
See Sketches of North Carolina.
C.L. Hunter

NATIONAL SOCIETY D.A.R. (OF NORTH CAROLINA) ---
The North Carolina Booklet.
Vol. X, 1910, Vol. XI, 1911, Vol. XII, 1912, Vol. XIV, 1914.
Raleigh, N.C., 1910-1913. National Society, D.A.R., publishers.

NEW HANOVER COUNTY ---
A History of New Hanover County and the lower Cape Fear Region, 1723-1800 (I vol.).
Alfred Moore Waddell. 232 p., Willimgton, N.C., 1909. Published by the Author.
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NORTH CAROLINA-NORTH DAKOTA
NORTH CAROLINA, 1780-1781 ---
Being a history of the invasion of the Carolinas by the British Army under Lord Cornwallis in 1780-81. With the particular design of showing the part borne by North Carolina in that struggle for liberty and independence, and to correct some of the errors of history in regard to that state and its people.
David Schenck, L.L.D. 498 p. 8
°, Raleigh, N.C., 1889. Edwards & Broughton, publishers.

Revolutionary incidents and sketches of character, chiefly in the "Old North State." E.W. Caruthers. Two editions.
1
st ed. 431 p. 12°, Philadelphia, 1854; 2d ed. 448 p. 12°,, Philadelphia, 1856. Hayes & Zell, publishers.

REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONERS IN NORTH CAROLINA ---
Under the Acts of 1818 and 1832. As reported by Secretary of State to Congress, 1835.
See Vol. XXII, North Carolina Colonial Records.
Walter Clark. Published by the State, Goldsboro, N.C., 1907.

BOWAN COUNTY ---
See Sketches of North Carolina.
C.L. Hunter.

Rowan County Wills in North Carolina Booklet. Vol. X, 1910, Vol. XI, 1911. By Mrs. M.G. McCubbins. Jerome Dowd. 320 p. 12
°, Raleigh, N.C., 1888. Edwards & Broughton, publishers.

Sketches of Western North Carolina, historical and biographical. Illustrating principally the revolutionary period, of Mecklenburg, Rowan, Lincoln, and adjoining counties, accompanied with miscellaneous information, much of it never before published.
C.L. Hunter. 357 p. 8
°, Raleigh, N.C., 1877. The Raleigh News, State Printer.

NORTH DAKOTA
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ---
Collections of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Vol. I, II, III, 1906, 1908, 1910.
Published by The Society, Bismark, N.D.

KENSAL ---
History of Kensal, N.D., with Directory.
18 p. 8
°, Carrington, N.D., 1910. The Carrington Record Press.

NORTH DAKOTA ---
Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota. Vol. I, 1910, to Vol. IV, 1914.
Published at University of North Dakota.
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OHIO
ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF OHIO ---
Publications of. Vol. I, 1887, to Vol. XXIII, 1914. Published by The Society, Columbus, O.

ATHENS COUNTY ---
History of Athens County, Ohio, and incidentally of the Ohio Land Co., and the first settlement at Marietta, with personal and biographical sketches of the early settlers, narratives of pioneer adventure, etc.
Charles M. Walker. 600 p. 8
°, Cincinnati, O., 18679. Robert Clarke & Co., publishers.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL MEMORIS ---
Of the early pioneer settlers of Ohio, with narratives of incidents and occurrences in 1775. By S.P. Hildreth, M.D. TO which is annexed a journal of occurrences which happened in the circles of the aurthor's personal observation in the detachment commanded by Col. Benedict Arnold, consisting of two battalions from the United States Army, at Cambridge, Mass. In A.D. 1775.
By Col. R.J. Meigs, 539 p. 8
°, Cincinnati, O., 1852. H.W. Derby & Co., publishers.

BUTLER COUNTY ---
Pioneer Biography. Sketches of the lives of some of the early settlers of Butler County, Ohio.
James McBride. 2 vols. 8
°, Cincinnati, 1869. Robert Clarke & Co., publishers.

CINCINNATI ---
Cincinnati College Catalogue of Officers and Students, 1836-37. Printed by N.S. Johnson, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1837.

Cincinnati in 1841. Its early annals and future prospects. Charles Cist. 300 p. 12
°, Cincinnati, 1841. E. Morgan & Co., publishers.

Directory 1819. Oliver Farnsworth, publisher. 156 p. 12
°, Cincinnati, 1819.

Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in 1851. Charles Cist. 363 p. 12
°, Cincinnati, 1851.
William H. Moore & Co., publishers.

Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in 1859. Charles Cist. 367 p. 12
°, Cincinnati, 1859.

COLUMBUS ---
Its history, resources and progress. Jacob Studer, publisher. 584 p. 8
°, 1873, Columbus, O.

GEAUGA COUNTY ---
Revolutionary soldiers buried in.
See New Connecticut Chapter, Painesville, O., D.A.R.

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF OHIO ---
2 vols. 4
°, Columbus, O., 1890.
Also the Ohio Centennial edition, 3 vols.
Published at Cincinnati, 1904. C.J. Krehbiel & Co., publishers.
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OHIO
HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF OHIO ---
The quarterly publication of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio.
Vol. III, No. 3, July-September, 1908.
Vol. III, No. 4, October-December, 1908.
Vol. IV, Nos. 1-4, January-December, 1909.
Vol. V, No. 1, January, March, 1910.
Vol. VIII, Nos. 2-3, June-September, 1913.
8
°, Cincinnati, O.

HISTORICAL SKETCHES ---
Of our twenty-five churches and missions, and their work in mission. Local growth and social life. With full directories of members to January 1, 1896.
Edited by Rev. A.B. Christy, Pastor Lake View Congregational Church.
259 p. 8
°, Cleveland, O., 1896. The Williams Pub. And Electric Co.

KNOX COUNTY ---
The Biographical Record of Knox County, Ohio. To which is added an elaborate compendium of national biography. 218 p. 4
°, Chicago, 1902. The Lewis Publishing Co., publishers.

LAKE COUNTY ---
Revolutionary soldiers buried in.
See New Connecticut Chapter, Painesville, O., D.A.R.

NEW CONNECTICUT CHAPTER, D.A.R., PAINESVILLE ---
A record of the revolutionary 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. 94 p. 8
°,, Columbus, O., n.d. The Champlin Press.

OHIO ANNALS ---
Historic events in the Tuscarawas and Muskingum valleys.
Edited by C.H. Mitchener. 358 p. 8
°, Dayton, O., 1876. Thomas W. Odell, printer.

PLYMOUTH ---
See Plymouth, Conn.

RECOLLECTIONS OF LIFE IN OHIO ---
From 1813 to 1840. By William Cooper Howells, with an introduction by his son, William Dean Howells. 207 p. 4
°, Chicago, 1902. The Lewis Publishing Co., publishers.

LAKE COUNTY ---
Revolutionary soldiers buried in.
See New Connecticut Chapter, Painesville, D.A.R.

NEW CONNECTICUT CHAPTER, D.A.R., PAINESVILLE ---
A record of the revolutionary 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 Revoultion. 94 p. 8
°, Columbus, O., n.d. The Champlin Press.

OHIO ANNALS ---
Historic events in the Tuscarawas and Muskingum valleys.
Edited by C.H. Mitchener. 358 p. 8
°, Dayton, O., 1876. Thomas W. Odell, printer.

PLYMOUTH ---
See Plymouth, Conn.

RECOLLECTIONS OF LIFE IN OHIO ---
From 1813 to 1840. By William Cooper Howells, with an introduction by his son, William Dean Howells. 207 p. 8
°, Cincinnati, 1895. The Robert Clarke Co.

SENECA COUNTY ---
History of Seneca County, containing a detailed narrative of the principal events that have occurred since its first settlement down to the present time; a history of the Indians that formerly resided within its limits; geographical descriptions, early customs, biographical sketches, etc.
Consul W. Butterfield. 251 p. 12
°, Sandusky, O., 1848. D. Campbell & Sons, publishers.
--- 4 H. S.
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OHIO-PENNSYLVANIA
WESTERN RESERVE ---
Pioneers of the Western Reserve.
Harvy Rice, 350 p. 12
°, Boston, 1883. Lee & Shepard, publishers.

SOUTH CHARLESTON ---
Sketches of South Charleston, O. Reminiscences of early scenes, anecdotes and facts about early residents. Albert Reeder, 39 p. 8
°, Columbus, O., 1910. The New Franklin Printing Company.

PENNSYLVANIA
ARCHIVES OF PENNSYLVANIA ---
Vol. I, 1664, to Vol. XII, 1790, with appendix. General Index to Colonial Records and Pennsylvania Archives, 1 vol.
Second Series, Vol. III.
Second Series, Vol. VI.
Second Series, Vol. XIII.
Second Series, Vol. XIV.
William Egle, M.D., and John Linn, editors. 8
°, Harrisburg, 1875, 1887, 1890.

Fourth Series, Vol. I, 1682, to Vol. XII.
Fifth Series, Vol. I to Vol. VIII.
Sixth Series, Vol. I to Vol. XIV.
Vol. XV, Index in two parts to Series V.
Names of persons who took the oath of allegiance to the state of Pennsylvania between the years 1776-1794, second series, Vol. III, Pennsylvania Archives.
John B. Linn and William H. Egle, M.D., editors. 811 p. 8
°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1875.
B.F. Meyer, printer.
Second series, Vols. XIII and XIV. Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution. Association Battalions and Militia.
Vol. I, 1775-1783.
Vol. II, 1775-1783.
William H. Egle, M.D., editor. 8
°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1887.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

BEAVER COUNTY ---
History of Beaver County, Penn., and its centennial celebration. Rev. Joseph Bausman, A.M.
2 vol. 8
°, New York, 1904. The Knickerbocker Press.

BIOGRAPHICAL ANNALS ---
Deceased residents of the West Branch, Valley of the Susquehanna, from the earliest times to the present. J.F. Meginness (John of Lancaster). 272 p. 8
°, Williamsport, Pa., 1889.
Gazette & Bulletin Printing House.
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PENNSYLVANIA
COLLECTION OF NAMES ---
Collection of upwards of 30,000 names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776, with a statement of the names of ships, whence they sailed and the date of their arrival at Philadelphia, chronologically arranged, etc.
Prof. I. Daniel Rupp. 495 p. 12
°, Philadelphia, 1876. Ig. Kohler, publisher.

COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA ---
Register of Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America.
Instituted April 8, 1891. Incorporated July 13, 1891.
193 p. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1898. J.B. Lippincott Co., publishers.

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA ---
Vol. I, 1683, to Vol. XVI, 1790. With general index. Colonial Records and Pennsylvania Archives, 1 vol. 8
°, Harrisburg, Pa. Published by The State.

DAUPHIN COUNTY ---
Scraps of Dauphin County History.
E.W.S. Parthemore. 16 p. 8
°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1896. Harrisburg Publishing Co., publishers.

EASTON ---
Some of the first settlers of "The Forks of the Delaware," being a translation from the German of the record books of "The First Reformed Church of Easton, Pa., from 1760 to 1852," together with an historical introduction. In commemoration of the one hundred and fifty-seventh anniversary of the founding of the congregation, 1754-1902.
Rev. Henry Martyn Kieffer, D.D. 404 p. 8
°, Cleveland, O., 1902. The Arthur H. Clark Co.

FRENCH OCCUPATION IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA, 1631-1764 ---
Papers relating to.
See Pennsylvania Archives, second series, Vol. VI.
William H. Egle, M.D., and John B. Linn, editors.

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PUBLICATIONS OF ---
Vol. I, No. 1, January, 1895.
Vol. I, No. 2, July, 1896.
Record Series No. 1, July, 1896.
Vol. I, No. 3, July, 1897.
Vol. I, No. 4, December, 1898.
Vol. II, No. 2, May, 1902.
Vol. II, No. 3, June, 1903.
Vol. III, No. 1, January, 1906.
Vol. III, No. 2, January, 1907.
Vol. III, No. 3, June, 1908.
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PENNSYLVANIA
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PUBLICATIONS OF ---
Vol. IV, No. 1, March, 1909.
Vol. IV, No. 2, March, 1910.
Pennsylvania Historical Society, publishers, Philadelphia, Pa.

HUNTINGDON COUNTY ---
History of Huntingdon County, in the state of Pennsylvania, from the earliest times to the centennial anniversary of American Independence, July 4, 1876.
Milton Scott Lytle, compiler. 316 p. 8
°, Lancaster, Pa., 1876. William H. Roy, Publisher.

JUNIATA VALLEY ---
History of the early settlement of the Juniata Valley; embracing an account of the early pioneers, and the trials and privations incident to the settlement of the valley; predatory incursions, massacres, and abductions by the Indians, during the French and Indian wars and the War of the Revolution. U.J. Jones, 380 p. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1856. Henry B. Ashmead, publisher.

LANCASTER COUNTY ---
A biographical history of Lancaster County. Being a history of early settlers and eminent men of the county; as also much other unpublished historical information, chiefly of a local character.
Alex Harris. 638 p. 8
°, Lancaster, Pa., 1872. Elias Barr & Co., publishers.

History of Lancaster County, Pa., with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers, and prominent men. Frank Ellis and Samuel Evans, compilers. 1101 p. 4
°, Philadelphia, 1883.
Everts & Peck, publishers.

LANCASTER ---
The Lancaster Barracks where the British and Hessian prisoners were detained during the Revolution. (Reprinted from Notes and Queries, Harrisburg Daily Telegraph.)
Samuel M. Sener. 20 p. 4
°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1896. Harrisburg Publishing Co.

LINCKLAEN, JOHN ---
See Travels in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont.

MONONGAHELA OF OLD ---
Or historical sketches of southwestern Pennsylvania, to the year 1800.
James Veech. 259 p. 8
°, Pittsburgh, 1858-1892. (Publisher not given.)
For private distribution only. Copyright, 1892, by Mrs. E.V. Blaine.
Copyright, 1910, by James Hadden.

NOTES AND QUERIES ---
Historical, biographical and genealogical, relating chiefly to interior Pennsylvania.
Third Series (reprint), Vols. I, II, III, 1895, 1896.
Fourth Series, Vol. I, 1893.
Annual Volumes, 1896-1900, 5 vols.
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PENNSYLVANIA
NOTES AND QUERIES ---
William Henry Egle, M.D., editor. 8
°, Harrisburg, Pa. Harrisburg Publishing Co.

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE ---
Oath of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania, between the years 1776 to 1794.
Names of persons.
Pennsylvania Archives, second series, Vol. III.
William H. Egle, M.D., and John B. Linn, editors. Harrisburg, Pa., 1875. State Printer.

PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE ---
        Pennsylvania Magazine of Biography and History.
Vol. I, 1877, to Vol. XXXVIII, 1914.
Philadelphia, 1877-1914. 8
°, Pennsylvania Historical Society, publishers.

PLYMOUTH MEETING ---
Its establishment and the settlement of the township, with historical genealogical and biographical data from records of Friends.
Ellwood Roberts. 235 p. 8
°, Norristown, Pa., 1900. Roberts Publishing Co., publishers.

SNYDER COUNTY ---
Snyder County Marriages, 1835-1899.
Miscellaneous marriages, 1868-1898.
Rev. Casper's Marriage Record, 18399-1882.
Rev. Shindel's Marriage Record, 1835-1888.
Rev. C.G. Erlenwiger's Marriage Record, 1840-1875.
With index of surnames.
George Wagenseller, W.A.M., compiler. 266 p. 8
°,, Middleburgh, Pa., 1899.
Wagenseller Publishing Co.

TRAVELS ---
Travels in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont. Journals of John Lincklaen, agent of the Holland Land Company. With a biographical sketch and notes.
John Lincklaen. 162 p. 8
°, New York, 1897. G.P. Putnam's Sons, publishers.

UPLAND ---
The Record of the Court at Upland in Pennsylvania, 1676 to 1681. And a military journal kept by Major E. Denny, 1781 to 1795. 485 p. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1860. Pennsylvania Historical Society.

VENANGO COUNTY ---
Centennial Discourse. A Sketch of the history of Venango County, Pa., delivered at Franklin, Pa., July 4, 1876. S.J.M. Eaton, D.D. 48 p. 8
°, Franklin, Pa., 1876. Venango Spectator Job Office.

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION ---
Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution. Associated Battalions and Militia, 1775-1783.
Vols. I and II.
Pennsylvania Archives, second series, Vols. XIII and XIV.
2 vols. 8
°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1887-1888. William H. Egle, M.D., editor.
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PENNSYLVANIA-RHODE ISLAND
WASHINGTON COUNTY ---
History of Washington County, from its first settlement to the present time, first under Virginia as Yohogania, Ohio, or Augustus County until 1781, and subsequently under Pennsylvania. 2d ed., revised and enlarged.
Alfred Creigh, L.L.D. 132 p. 8
°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1871. B. Singerly, printer.

WESTMORELAND ---
Old Westmoreland. A history of Western Pennsylvania during the Revolution.
Edgar W. Hassler. 200 p. 8
°, Cleveland, O., 1900. The Arthur H. Clark Co., publisher.

WYOMING HISTORICAL AND GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY ---
History, charter, by-laws, and list of officers. Members, etc.
Proceedings and collections of, Vol. III, 1886, to Vol. XII, 1912.
Published at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., by The Society.

RHODE ISLAND
ANCESTRY ---
Ancestry of thirty-three Rhode Islanders born in Eighteenth Century; also twenty-seven charts of Roger William's descendants to the fifth generation; and an account of Lewis Latham, falconer to King Charles I, with a chart of his American descendants to the fourth generation; other prominent Rhode Islanders.
John Osborne Austin, compiler. 139 p. folio, Albany, 1889. Joel Munsell Sons, publishers.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

BLOCK ISLAND ---
A copy of the old epitaphs in the burying-ground of Block Island, R.I.
Edward Doubleday Harris. 66 p. 12
°, Cambridge, 1883. Press of John Wilson & Son.

COLONY OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATION ---
Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England.
John Russell Bartlett, editor. Vol. II, 1664-1677.
John Russell Bartlett, editor. Printed by order of the Gen. Assembly, Providence, R.I., 1857.
609 p. 8
°. State Printers.

GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF RHODE ISLAND ---
Comprising three generations of settlers who came before 1690 (with many families carried to the fourth generation).
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RHODE ISLAND-SOUTH CAROLINA
GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF RHODE ISLAND ---
John Osborne Austin. 443 p. 4
°, Albany, N.Y., 1887. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers.

NARRAGANSETT ---
History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, R.I.; including a history of other Episcopal churches in the state; with an appendix, containing a reprint of a work now extremely rare, entitled "America Dissected," by the Rev. J. MacSparran, D.D., with notes containing genealogical and biographical accounts of distinguished men, families, etc.
Wilkins Updike. 533 p. 8
°, New York, 1847. Henry M. Onderdonk.

PROVIDENCE PLANTATION ---
History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantation. From the settlement of the state, 1636, to the adoption of the Federal Constitution, 1790. In two volumes. Vol. I, 1636-1700; Vol. II, 1700-1790. Samuel Greene Arnold. 8
°, New York, 1860. D. Appleton & Co., publishers.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR ---
Bureau of the Census. Heads of families at the first census of the United States, taken in the year 1790. Rhode Island. 71 p. 4
°, Washington, D.C., 1908. U.S. Government, publishers.

WARREN ---
History of Warren, R.I., in the War of the Revolution, 1776-1783.
Virginia Baker. 68 p. 8
°, Warren R.I., 1901. Published by the Author.

SOUTH CAROLINA
BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southhampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8
°, 1791.

CHARLESTON ---
The Siege of Charleston, by the British Fleet and Army. Under the command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, which terminated with the surrender of that place on the 12
th of May, 1780. 224 p. 4°, Albany, 1867. J. Munsell, publisher.

COLLECTIONS OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA ---
Vols. I, II, IV, V, 1857-1897.
8
°, Charleston, S.C., 1857-1897. South Carolina Historical Society, publishers.

GERMAN SETTLEMENT ---
History of the German settlements and of the Lutheran church in North and South Carolina, from the earliest period of the colonization of the Dutch, German and Swiss settlers to the close of the first half of the present century.
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SOUTH CAROLINA
GERMAN SETTLEMENT ---
G.D. Bernhein. 557 p. 12
°, Philadelphia, 1872. The Lutheran Book Store, publishers.

GREENVILLE ---
The Greenville Century Book; comprising an account of the first settlement of the county, and the founding of the city of Greenville, S.C. 162 p. 8
°, Greenville, S.C., 1903.
Press of the Greenville News.

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE ---
Vol. I, 1900, to Vol. XV, 1914.
8
°, Charleston, S.C., 1900-1914. South Carolina Historical Society, publishers.

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA ---
Embracing many rare and valuable pamphlets, and other documents, relating to the history of that state, from its first discovery to its independence in the year 1776.
B.R. Carroll, compiler. 2 vols. 8
°, New York, 1836. Harper & Bros., publishers.

MARRIAGE NOTICES IN SOUTH CAROLINA GAZETTE AND ITS SUCCESSOR, 1732-1801---
A.S. Salley, Jr., compiler. 174 p. 8
°, Albany N.Y., 1902.

ORANGEBURG COUNTY ---
The history of Orangeburg County, S.C., from its first settlement to the close of the Revolutionary War. A.S. Salley, Jr. 572 p. 8
°, Orangeburg, S.C., 1898. R. Lewis Berry, printer.

RAMSAY'S ---
History of South Carolina, from its settlement in 1670, to the year 1808.
David Ramsay, M.D. 2 vols., 8
°, Charleston, S.C.
Published by David Longworth for the Author, 1809.

History of the Revolution of South Carolina, from a British province to an independent state.
David Ramsay, M.D. 2 vols. 8
°, Trenton. Printed by Isaac Collins, 1785.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ---
The History of South Carolina in the Revolution.
Vol. I, 1775-1780.
Vol. II, 1780-1783.
2 vols. 8
°, N.Y., 1902. Edward McCrady. The Macmillan Co., publishers.

South Carolina in the Revolutionary War; being a reply to certain misrepresentations and mistakes of recent writers, in relation to the course and conduct of this State.
(By a Southron.) W. Gilmore Simms. 177 p. 12
°, Charleston, S.C., 1853.
Walker & Jones, publishers.

The History of the Revolution of South Carolina, from a British province to an independent state.
David Ramsey. 2 vols. 8
°, Trenton, 1785. Printed by Isaac Collins.

Revolutionary Soldiers of South Carolina. Copied and arranged by Mrs. Amos G. Draper.
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SOUTH CAROLINA-SOUTH DAKOTA-TENNESSEE
REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS ---
See Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, March, July, August, September, October, 1913. Published by The National Society D.A.R., New York.

ST. THOMAS AND ST. DENIS PARISH ---
The Annuals and Parish Register of St. Tomas, and St. Denis Parish, in South Carolina, from 1680 to 1884. Rev. Robert F. Clute. 111 p. 8
°, Charleston, S.C., 1884.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, printers.

A sketch of the history of South Carolina to the close of the proprietary government by the Revolution of 1719, with an appendix containing many valuable records hitherto unpublished.
William James Rivers. 470 p. 8
°, Charleston, S.C., 1856. McCarter & Co., publishers.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR ---
Bureau of the Census. Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790. South Carolina. 150 p. 4
°, Washington, D.C., 1908. U.S. Government, publishers.

SOUTH DAKOTA
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH DAKOTA ---
Collections of. Vol. I, 1902, to Vol. V, 1910. Published at Aherdeen, S.D., by The Society.

TENNESSEE
ANNALS OF ---
Annals of Tennessee to the end of the Eighteenth Century, comprising its settlement as the Watauga Association, from 1769 to 1777; a part of North Carolina, form 1777 to 1784. The state of Franklin, a part of North Carolina, from 1784 to 1788; a part of North Carolina from 1788 to 1790, etc. J.G.M. Ramsay, M.D. 774 p. 8
°, Charleston, 1853. Walker & James, publishers.

CIVIL HISTORY ---
The civil and political history of the state of Tennessee, from its earliest settlement up to the year 1796; including the boundaries of the state.
John Haywood. 504 p. 8
°, Knoxville, Tenn., 1823. Printed for the Author by Heiskell & Brown.

SUMNER COUNTY ---
Historic Sumner County, Tenn., with genealogies of the Bledsoe, Cage and Douglass families, and genealogical notes of other Sumner County families.
Jay Guy Cisco. 319 p. 8
°, Nashville, Tenn., 1909. Folk, Keelin Printing Company.
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VERMONT-VIRGINIA
WAR OF THE REVOLUTION ---
Roll of Vermont Soldiers in the Revolutionary War, 1775 to 1783.
Published by the authority of the Legislature.
John E. Goodrich, compiler and editor. 927 p. 8
°, Rutland, Vt., 1901.
The Tuttle Co., Publishers.

VIRGINIA
ACCAWMACKE ---
Accawmacke, or the eastern shore of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century.
Jennings Cropper Wise. 406 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1911.
The Bell Book and Stationary Co., publishers.

ALEXANDRIA ---
Christ Church. An historical sketch of Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. Together with a brief description of the cemetery services therein November 20 and 22, 1873.
30 p. 8
°, Alexandria, Va., 1888. Press of Robert Bell's Sons.

AUGUSTA COUNTY ---
Abstracts from the records of Augusta County, Va. Extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 1745-1800.
Lyman Chalkley. Published by Mary S. Lockwood.
Complete in 3 vols. 8
°, Rosslyn, Va. The Commonwealth Co., publishers.

Annals of Augusta County, Va., with reminiscences, biographical sketches. A dairy of the War 1861-65, and chapter on reconstruction, with a supplement volume.
Joseph A. Waddell. 374 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1886. William Ellis Jones, publisher.

Historical Register and Literary Note Book. Virginia, April 1850, Augusta County.
120 p. 8
°, Va., 1850.

BAPTIST CHURCH ---
The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund, Southampton County, Va., July 14, 1791.

BAPTIST MINISTERS OF VIRGINIA ---
By James B. Taylor. With an introduction by Rev. J.B. Jeter, D.D. In two series (Series I).
516 p. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1859. J.B. Lippincott & Co., publishers.
Also have earlier edition, published in Richmond, 1838.

BARFORD, LANCASTER COUNTY ---
The descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter, of Barford, Lancaster County, Va., with genealogical notes of many of the allied families.
Joseph Lyon Miller, M.D. 388 p. 8
°. Whitlet & Shepperson, printers. Thomas, W. Va., 1912.
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VIRGINIA
PRISTOL PARISH ---
A history of Bristol Parish, Va., with genealogies of families connected therewith and historical illustrations. Rev. Phillip Slaughter, D.D. 2d edition. 237 p. 12
°, Richmond, Va., 1879
J.W. Randolph & English, publishers.

The Vestry Book and Register of Bristol Parish, Va., 1720-1789.
Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne.
419 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1898. Privately printed, copy No. 318. William Ellis Jones, printer.

CHALKLEY COLLECTION ---
See Augusta County Records.
See Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish in Virginia.

CHRIST CHURCH, MIDDLESEX COUNTY ---
The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Va., from 1653 to 1812.
Virginia National Society of Colonial Dames of America, publishers.
341 p. 4
°, Richmond, Va., 1897. William Ellis Jones, printer.

CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH-IRISH SETTLEMENT ---
Extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 1745-1800, 3 vols. (Complete in 3 vols.) Lyman Chalkley. Rosalyn, Va., 1912. Mary S. Lockwood, publisher.
The Commonwealth Printing Co.

CHURCHES IN THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ---
History of the Presbyterian Church in th estate of Kentucky; with a preliminary sketch of the churches in the Valley of Virginia.
Rev. Robert Davidson, D.D. 371 p. 8
°, New York, 1867. Robert Carter, publisher.

COLLECTIONS OF THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY ---
New Series, Vol. I-XI, 1882-1891. Published by The Society, 1882-1891.

COLONIAL DECISIONS ---
The reports by Sir John Randolph and by Edward Barradall of decisions of the general court of Virginia, 1728-1741.
R.T. Barton, editor. 2 vols., 8
°, Boston, Mass., 1909. The Boston Book Co., publishers.

COLONIAL MILITIA OF VIRGINIA, 1651-1776 ---
William Armstrong Crozier, F.R.S. 144 p. 8
°, New York, 1905.
The Genealogical Association, publishers.

COLONIAL PERIOD ---
Manors of Virginia in Colonial Times.
Edith Tunis Sale. 309 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1907. Times-Dispatch Co., publishers.
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VIRGINIA
COLONIAL VIRGINIA ---
A Trial Bibliography of Colonial Virginia, (1754-1776). Special report of the Department of Bibliography. Virginia State Library.
See Sixth Annual Report of the Library Board, Virginia State Library, 1908-1909.
Richmond, Va., 1910. State Printer.

COLONIAL VIRGINIA REGISTER ---
A list of governors, councillors, and other higher officials, and also of members of the House of Burgesses, and the revolutionary conventions of the Colony of Virginia.
Mary Newton Stanard and William G. Stanard.
349 p. 8
°, Albany, N.Y., 1902. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers.

COUNTY NAMES ---
Two Hundred and Seventy Years of Virginia History.
Charles M. Long, M.A., Ph.D. 207 p. 8
°, New York, 1908. Neale Publishing Co., publishers.

CULPEPER COUNTY ---
Genealogical and historical notes of Culpeper County, Va., embracing a revised and enlarged addition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's history of St. Mark's Parish.
Pt. I, 120 pp.
Part II, 160 pp.
Raleigh Travers Green. 8
°, Culpeper, Va., 1900. Exponent Printing Office.

EARLY IMMIGRANTS ---
Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666.
George Cabell Greer. 376 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1912. W.C. Hill Printing Company.

ECKENRODE, H.J. ---
See Revolutionary War.

EMIGRANTS TO VIRGINIA ---
Some Emigrants to Virginia.
W.G. Stanard, compiler. 79 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1911.
The Bell Book and Stationery Co., publishers.

FAIRFAX (LORD) ---
Or the Master of Greenaway Court. A chronicle of the valley of the Shenandoah.
John Esten Cooke. 405 p. 12
°, New York, 1868. G.W. Carleton & Co., publishers.

FREDERICK COUNTY ---
Shenandoah Valley Pioneers, and their Descendants. A history of Frederick County, Va. From its formatin in 1738 to 1908.
T.K. Cartmell, compiler. 587 p. 8
°, Winchester, Va., 1909. Copyright 1909, T.K. Cartmell.
The Eddy Press Corporation.

FIRST SETTLERS OF VIRGINIA ---
An historical novel.
J. Davis. 284 p. 8
°, New York, 1806. Printed for I. Riley & Co.
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VIRGINIA
GIST'S VIRGINIA REGISTER, 1777 ---
Names of the captains and privates of Colonel Nathaniel Gist's Virginia Regiment in 1777.
See also List of Virginia officers with the dates of their commission in 1776, pp. 285-289, in Records of the Revolutionary War. W.T.R. Saffell., N.Y., 1858.

GLEANINGS OF VIRGINIA HISTORY ---
An hsitorical and genealogical collection, largely from original sources.
William Fletcher Boogher, compiler. 442 p. 8
°, Washington, D.C., 1903.
Copyright William Fletcher Boogher, publisher.

GLENGARRY McDONALDS OF VIRGINIA ---
With an introductory sketch of the early history of the Glengarry Clan.
Mrs. Flora McDonald Williams. 340 p. 8
°, Louisville, Ky., 1911.
George G. Fetter Co., publishers.

HENING'S STATUTES OF VIRGINIA ---
Statutes at alrge; being a collection of all the laws of Virginia, from first session Legislature, 1619 to 1792, 13 vols.
8
°, Richmond, Va., 1809-1823. William Waller Hening; also continuation of same by Samuel Shepherd, 1792-1806. 3 vols. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1835-1836.

Vol. VII. Gives military list for a number of counties in Virginia, showing the names of the men serving in the French and Indian War. Pp. 179-231. Vol. VII.

The new Virginia Justice, comprising the office and authority of a justice of the peace in the commonwealth of Virginia. (Contains a list of the subscribers to the work.)
456 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1795. William Waller Hening. Printed by T. Nicolson.

HENRICO PARISH ---
History of Henrico Parish and Old St. John's Church, Richmond, Va., 1611-1904.
J. Staunton Moore, editor and compiler. 541 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va.

Addenda. The Vestry Book of Henrico Parish, Va., 1730-1773. From the original manuscript, with notes and appendix. Dr. R.A. Brock. 221 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1904.
Williams Printing Company.

HIGHLAND COUNTY ---
A history of Highland County, Va.
Oren F. Morton, B.L. 419 p. 8
°, Monterey, Va., 1911. Published by the Author.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Co., Roanoke, Va.

HISTORIC FAMILIES OF KENTUCKY ---
With special reference to stocks immediately derived from the Valley of Virginia.
See Kentucky. Thomas Marshall Green.
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VIRGINIA
HISTORICAL COLLECTINS OF VIRGINIA ---
Containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc., relating to its history and antiquities, together with geographical and statistical descriptions. To which is appended an historical and descriptive sketch of the District of Columbia.
Henry Howe. 544 p. 8
°, Charleston, S.C., 1849. W.R. Babcock.

Historical Rigister and Literary Note Book, Virginia, April, 1850, Augusta County, Va.
120 p. 8
°, Virginia, 1850. Publisher not given.

History of the Presbyterian Church in the state of Kentucky; with a preliminary sketch of the churches in the valley of Virginia.
Rev. Robert Davidson. 371 p. 8
°, N.Y., 1867. Robert Carter, publisher.

History of the Valley of Virginia. By Samuel Kercheval. 3d ed. Revised and extended by the author. 403 p. 8
°, Woodstock, Va., 1902. W.N. Grabill, publisher.

HUGUENOT EMIGRATION TO VIRGINIA ---
Documents, chiefly unpublished, relating to the Huguenot emigration to Virginia and to the settlement at Manakin Town, with an appendix of genealogies.
R.A. Brock. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1886.

LYNCHBURG ---
Sketches and recollections of Lynchburg. By the oldest inhabitants.
363 p. 12
°, Richmond, Va., 1858. C.H. Wynne, publisher.

M'DONALDS OF VIRGINIA ---
See Glengarry McDonalds.

MAGAZINE OF BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY ---
Vol. I, 1893, to January, 1914.
8
°, Richmond, Va., 1893-1914. Published by the Virginia Historical Society.

MANAKIN TOWN ---
See Huguenot Emigration to Virginia.

MANORS ---
Manors of Virginia in Colonial Times.
Edith Tunis Sale. 309 p. 8
°, Philadelphia and London, 1909. J.B. Lippincott & Co., publishers.

MEADE'S OLD CHURCHES ---
Ministers and Families of Virginia.
(Bishop) William Meade. 2 vols. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1889. (Without index.)

Index to names of persons and churches in Meade's Old Churches.
By J.M. Toner, M.D. Revised by Hugh A. Morrison. 8
°, Washington, 1898.
Published by the Southern Historical Association.
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VIRGINIA
MEADE'S OLD CHURCHES, ETC. ---
Wise's digested index and genealogical guide to Bishop Meade's Old Churches, ministers and families of Virginia, embracing 6,900 proper names.
114 p.
, Richmond, Va., 1910, The Evans Press.

NEILL, EDWARD D. ---
See Virginia Carolorum.

NEW KENT COUNTY ---
The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent County, Va., from 1680 to 1787.
Parish Record, Series No. 2.
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia, publishers.
206 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1904. William Ellis Jones, book and job printer.

NORFOLK ---
Historical and descriptive sketches of Norfolk and vicinity, including Portsmouth and the adjacent counties. William S. Forrest. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1853.

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE ---
Oath of Allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Signers of.
See pp. 134-137. In Virginia Historical Collections, No. 6, New Series.

OFFICIAL RECORD ---
Official Records of Robert Dinwiddie, Lieutenant Governor of the Colony of Virginia, 1751-1758, now first printed from the manuscript in the collection of the Historical Society, with an introduction and notes, by R.A. Brock.
2 vols. 8
°, Richmond, 1883-84. Collections of the Virginia Historical Society.

ORANGE COUNTY ---
From its formation in 1734 (O.S.) to the end of reconstruction in 1870; compiled mainly from original records. With a brief sketch of the beginning of Virginia, a summary of local events to 1907, and a map. W.W. Scott. 292 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1907. Everett Waddey Co., publishers.

ORDERLY BOOK ---
Orderly Book of Gen. John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg. March 26-December 20, 1777.
See Pennsylvania Magazine of Biography and History, January, 1911.

PATRICIAN AND PLEBEIAN IN VIRGINIA ---
Or the origin and development of the social classes of the Old Dominion.
Thomas J. Wertenbaker, M.A. 239 p. 12
°, Charlottesville, Va., 1910. The Michie Co., printers.
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VIRGINIA
PENSIONERS, WAR OF THE REVOLUTION ---
Roll of the officers of Virginia who received land bounties Revolutionary War. Also a roster of the Virginia Navy. See Year Book Kentucky Sons of the American Revolution, 1896.
Louisville, Ky., 1896. John P. Morton & Co., publishers. See Spotsylvania County, Va.

PORTSMOUTH ---
See Norfolk, Va.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ---
Eckenrode, H.J., Archivist.
List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for 1911. Also supplement published in report of 1912.
Richmond, Va., 1912-1913. State Printer.

Virginia soldiers in the Revolution. A bibliography of muster and pay-rolls, regimental histories, etc., with introductory and explanatory notes. By C.A. Flagg, catalogue division, and W.O. Waters, bibliography division, Library of Congress.
See Virginia Magazine of Biography and History.
Vol. XIX, No. 4, October, 1911.
Vol. XXII, No. 1, January, 1914.
Records of the Revolutionary War.
W.T.R. Saffell. 8
°, N.Y., 1858. Also, Index to same.
Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. McAllister data.
J.T. McAllister. 337 p. 8
°, Hot Springs, Va., 1913. McAllister Publishing Co., publishers.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY ---
A history of Rockingham County, Va.
466 p. 8
°, Dayton, Va., 1912. Ruebush-Elkins Co., publisher.

SAFFELL, W.T.R. ---
Records of the Revolutionary War.
8
°, N.Y., 1858.
List of Virginia soldiers in the Revolution. Also index to.
337 p. 8
°, Hot Springs, Va. Copyright 1913. J.T. McAllister Co., publishers.

ST. MARK'S PARISH ---
Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Va. Embracing a revised and enlarged edition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's St. Mark's Parish.
Part I, 120 pp.
Part II, 160 pp.
Raleigh Travers Green, compiler and publisher. 8
°, Culpeper, Va., 1900.
Exponent Printing Office.
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VIRGINIA
SAINT PETER'S PARISH ---
The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent County, Va., from 1680 to 1787.
Parish Record Series No. 2
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia, publishers.
206 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1904. William Ellis Jones, book and job printer.

SELDENS ---
Seldens of Virginia, and allied families. Mary Selden Kennedy.
2 vols. 8
°, New York, 1911. Frank Allaben Genealogical publishers.

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE IN VIRGINIA ---
A Study in the Development of the Revolution.
See Sixth Annual Report of the Library Board, State of Virginia, 1908-1909, under head Virginia State Library.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY ---
The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
John Walter Wayland, B.A., Ph.D. 272 p. 8
°, Charlottesville, Va., 1907.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY PIONEERS ---
See Frederick County Va.

SHEPHERDSTOWN ---
Historic Shepherdstown. Danske Dandridge.
362 p. 8
°, Charlottesville, Va., 1910. The Michie Co., publishers.

SKETCHES ---
Sketches of Virginia, Historical and Biographical.
Rev. William Henry Foote, D.D. 2 Series. 2d edition. 596 p. 8Year only, Philadelphia, 1856.
J.B. Lippincott & Co., publishers.

SOME PROMINENT VIRGINIA FAMILIES ---
In four volumes.
Louise Pecquet du Bellet. 8
°, Lynchburg, Va., 1907. J.P. Bell & Co., publishers.

SOME VIRGINIA FAMILIES ---
Being genealogies of the Kenney, Stribling, Trout, McIlhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, McCormick, and other families of Virginia.
Hugh Milton McIlhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. 274 p. 8
°, Staunton, Va., 1903.
Stoneburner & Pruber, printers.

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY ---
Virginia County Records, Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800. Being transcriptions from the original files at the county courthouse of wills, deeds, administrators and guardians' bonds, marriage licenses, and lists of revolutionary pensioners.
William Armstrong Crozler, F.R.S. 576 p. 8
°, New York, 1905. Fox Duffeld & Co., publishers.
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VIRGINIA
STATUTES AT LARGE ---
Being a collection of all the laws of Virginia, from first session of Legislature in 1619 to 1792.
William Waller Hening, compiler. 13 vols. 8
°, Richmond, 1809-1823.
Also Samuel Shepherd's continuation to Hening's statutes. 3 vols. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1835-1836.

TRURO PARISH ---
The History of Truro Parish, Virginia. Edited with notes and addenda.
Rev. Edward L. Goodwin and Rev. Philip Slaughter, D.D. 164 p. 12
°, Philadelphia, 1908.
George W. Jacobs Co., publishers.

VIRGINIA CAROLORUM ---
The Colony under the rule of Charles the first and second, A.D. 1625-A.D. 1685. Based upon manuscripts and documents of the period. Edward D. Neill, 446 p. 4
°, Albany, N.Y., 1886.
Joel Munsell's Sons.

VIRGINIA COMPANY OF LONDON ---
An introduction to the records of the Virginia Company of London. With a bibliographical list of the extant documents.
Susan Kingsbury, M.A.M., Ph.D. 214 p. 4
°, Library of Congress.
U.S. Government, publisher, 1905. Washington, D.C.

History of; to and from the first colony, never before printed.
Edward D. Neill. 432 p. 12
°, Albany, 1869. Joel Munsell, publisher.

VIRGINIA CONVENTION OF 1776 ---
A discourse delivered in the chapel of William and Mary College, July 3, 1855.
Hugh Blair Grisby. 8
°, Richmond, 1855.

VIRGINIA STATE PAPERS ---
Calendar of Virginia State Papers and other manuscripts, 1652-1781. Preserved in the Capitol at Richmond. Arranged and edited by William P. Palmer. 8 vols. 4
°, Richmond, 1875.

VIRGINIA STATE REPORTS ---
Digested index to the Virginia reports containing all the points argued and determined in the Court of Appeals of Virginia, from Washington to second Randolph, inclusive. With a table of the names of the cases reported. Everard Hall. 654 p. 8
°, Richmond, 1825.
Published by Peter Cotton.

Washington County, Va. History of southwest Virginia, 1746-1786. Washington County, 1777-1870. Lewis Preston Summers. Lewis Preston Summers. 921 p. 8
°, Richmond, 1913.

WESTMORELAND COUNTY, 1653-1912 ---
Parts I and II. A Short Chapter and Bright Day in its History.
T.R.B. Wright, compiler. 153 p. 8
°, Richmond, Va., 1912. Whittet & Shepperson, printers.

WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY ---
Vol. I, 1892, to Vol. XXII, January, 1914. (Except Vol. III, No. 1, July, 1894; Vol. VI, No. 1, July, 1897.)
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VIRGINIA-WASHINGTON STATE-WEST VIRGINIA
WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY --- Concluded
Lyon G. Tyler, M.A., editor. Williamsburg, Va., 1892-1914.
William and Mary College, publishers.

WILLIAMSBURG ---
The Orderly Book of that portion of the American Army stationed at, or near Williamsburg, Va., under the command of General Andrew Lewis, from March 18, 1776, to Aughst 28, 1776. Printed from the original manuscript, with notes and introduction.
Charles Campbell. 100 p. 8
°, privately printed. Copy No. 74, Richmond, Va., 1860.

WASHINGTON STATE
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ---
The Washington Historical Quarterly.
Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, 1906.
Vol. II, No. 1, 1908.
Washington University, Seattle, Wash. Published by The Society.
The Washington Historian.
Vol. I, No. 1, September, 1899.

WEST VIRGINIA
ALER'S HISTORY ---
Aler's History of Martinsburg and Berkeley County, W. Va.
F. Vernon Aler. 452 p. 8
°, Hagerstown, Md., 1888. The Mail Publishing Company.

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY OF WEST VIRGINIA ---
Biennial reprots, 1906-1910.
Virgil Lewis, archivist. 8
°, Charleston, W. Va., 1906-1911. State Printer.

HISTORY ---
History of Early Settlement and Indian Wars of West Virginia.
Wills De Hass. 8
°, Philadelphia, 1851.

HOW WEST VIRGINIA WAS MADE ---
Virgil Lewis. 337 p. 8
°, Charleston, W. Va., 1909.

SHEPHERDSTOWN ---
Historic Shepherdstown.
Danske Dandridge. 362 p. 8
°, Charlottesville, Va., 1910. The Michie Co., printers.

WEST VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE ---
Published quarterly. Vol. I, 1901, to Vol. V, 1905.
Published at Charleston, W. Va. J.S. Hale, editor. W.S. Laidley, editor.

WEST VIRGINIA, HISTORY ---
Natural Resources, Industrial Enterprises and Institutions.
390 p. 8
°, Charleston, 1904. Virgil Lewis. Tribune Printing Co.
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