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675

29
9
338
3
13
25
95
51
168
238
1.532


34


Maryland...




Dist. of Columbia.
Virginia


17


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North Carolina
South Carolina


11
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3




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2

12


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72
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10
36
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27
23




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North Central Div.
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88
65
754
70
80
128
71
82


58
40
362
41
37
56
48
24




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South Dakota


1
84
39


67
40




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1
14

1


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2


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17
8
152


12
6
155









110 CHICAGO KAII.Y XKWS Al.M \.\AC AND YKAR HOOK FOH 1!>0.'1.



(ilU)WTII OF PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES.









MEDICAL SCHOOLS.




THEOLOGICAL

SCHOOLS.


LAW SCHOOLS.










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7,729


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2.423


14.934


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6.776


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2,494


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478


1 666




149


906


8,050


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604


8.950


113


2.738


18.660


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1 875


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144


869


8,017


78


658


9.780


116


2.902


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493


1 956


K'6-1S97


157


980


8.173




744


10.449


118


3.142


21.438


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582


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155


958


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83


845


11 615


122


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21 002


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996


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11,874


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994


8.009
7.567


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1,106


12.516
13 642


121
123


3,545

3.876


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24.199


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735
639


1,909
1.812



INSTRUCTORS AND STUDENTS IN COLLEGES AND SEMINARIES FOR WOMEN
WHICH CONFER DEGREES (1900-1901).



STATE OB TERRITORY.



PROFESSORS

AND
INSTRUCTORS.



Male. Female



Prepara- Colle- Orad-
tory. giate. uate.



FEMALE STUDENTS.



Total
income.



United States.



132



7,497



J3.635.322



North Atlantic Division.
South Atlantic Division.
South Central Division. .
North Central Division ..
Western Division



436
50!)
476
271
41



1.123
2.178
2.748
1.218
230



5.124
4.961)
4,246
1.574
64



1,812,408
748.S10
581,788
460.766
81.550



North Atlantic Division-
Maine

Massachusetts

New York ..

Pennsylvania



South Atlantic Division-
Mary land

Virginia

West Virginia

North Carolina

South Carolina

Georgia



South Central Division-
Kentucky

Tenn essee

Alabama

Mississippi

Louisiana

Texas

Arkansas



North Central Division

Ohio

Illinois

Wisconsin .

Minnesota

Missouri

Kansas '



11

152



Western Division
California



253
9

41)4
367



314
872
14S
378
44



17:;
l.V,
1(81
76
552

86



230



14

2.835

1.431

844



855
65

833
1.151
1,379



784
1.132



1,147



493
66



16.!SO

795.: vi;>
707.093
293,000



125.083
130.079
14.200
139.215

L:::;.633
206,600



87,691
165.200

47.551
169,957

16.060



.
10,000



70.534
113.041

57.172

7,925

1110.iVSr

21.507



H 1.550



r ATU IOTIC SOCIETIES.



Patriotic Sodctifs of tfyt 2Enitcn States.



SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI.
(Organized June 24, 1783; incorporated Feb. 24, 1814.)

Pennsylvania Richard Dale,

Turner.
Delaware Thomas David Pearce,

Hobart Bell-is.
Maryland Otho Holland Williams, Thomas

Edward Sears.
Virginia John Cropper, Patrick Henry Cary

Cabell.



GENERAL, OFFICERS.

President Gen. Wiuslow Warren, Massa-
chusetts.

Vice-President Gen. James Simons. South
Carolina.

Secretary Gen. Asa Bird Gardiner. Rhode
Island.

Treasurer Gen. F.W.Jackson, New Jersey.



Assistant Treasurer Gen. John Cropper,
Virginia.

Only the thirteen original states have
state societies. These, with names of presi-
dent and secretary of each in the order
named, are:
New Hampshire John Gardner Oilman, F.

Bacon Philbrook.
Massachusetts Winslow Warren, David

Greene Haskins.
Rhode Island Asa Bird Gardiner, George

W. Olney.
Connecticut George B. Sanford, Morris W.

Seymour.

New York Talbot Olyphant (acting), Fran-
cis Key Pendleton.
New Jersey Frank Landon Humphreys, W.

TenBrock S. Imlay.



Samuel M.
Henry



North Carolina Wilson Gray Lamb, Charles

Lukens Davis.
South Carolina James Simons, Henry M.

Turner, Jr.
Georgia Walter Glasco Charlton. F. Ap-

thorp Foster.

The Order of the Cincinnati was organized
by American and French officers who served
in the war of the revolution, for the purpose
of perpetuating the remembrance of that
event and keeping up the friendships then
formed. Membership goes to the eldest
male descendant, if worthy; in case there
is no male descendant, to male descend-
ants through intervening female descend-
ants. Th
600
dent and Alexander^Hamilton the second.



ts. The present membership is about
. George Washington was the first presi-



SOCIETY OF THE WAR OF 1812.

(Organized Sept. 14, 1814.)



GENERAL OFFICERS.
(1902-1904.)

President-General John Cadwalader (of
Pennsylvania society).

Vlce-Presidents-General Capt. Henry H.
Bellas, U. S. A. ; James Edward Carr,
Jr.: Charles W. Galloupe, M. I).; Col.
George Bliss, U.S.A.; George M. Wright;
Hon. James Page Bryan (Illinois); Mar-
cus Benjamin. Ph. D. ; Hon. George C.
Baker; Hon. Appleton Morgan, LL. D. ;
James G. Longfellow.

Secretary-General Henry Randall Webb,
727 19th street N. W., Washington, D. C.

Assistant Secretary-GeneralHenry Har-
mon Noble, 96 Chestnut street, Albany,
N. Y.

Treasurer-GeneralFrederick B. Philbrook,
32 Worcester square, Boston, Mass.

Assistant Treasurer-General William Por-
ter Adams, 278 Madison street, Chicago.

Registrar-General Albert K. Hadel, M. D..
Baltimore, Md.

Surgeon-GeneralGeorge H. Burgin, M. D.



Judge-Advocate General Hon. Aloyslus L.
Kuott.

Chaplain-General Rt. -Rev. Leighton Cole-
man, S. T. 'D., LL. D., bishop of Dela-
ware.



ILLINOIS SOCIETY.
President William Porter Adams.
Secretary Th-eron R. Woodward, 322 Man-
hattan building, Chicago.

State societies have been formed in Penn-
sylvania, Maryland. Massachusetts, Connec-
ticut, Ohio, Illinois, District of Columbia,
New York and New Jersey. Membership is
made up of male persons above the age
of 21 years who participated in or are
lineal descendants of one who served dur-
ing the war of 1812 in the army, navy,
revenue-marine or privateer service of the
United States, upon offering proof thereof
satisfactory to the state society t<> which
they may make application for membership,
and who are of good moral character and
reputation.



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS.

(Instituted 1892.)



OFFICERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETt.

Governor-General Frederic J. de Peyster,

New York.
Vice-Governor-General Howland Pell, New

York.
Secretary-General Samuel V. Hoffman, New

York. .

Treasurer-General Edward Shippen, Phila-
delphia, Pa.
Deputy Treasurer-General Seymour Morris,

Chicago, 111.
Registrar-General George Norbury Macken.

/.ie. Baltimore. Md.
Historian-General Rev. Chillies K. Stevens,

Philadelphia, Pa.



Chaplain-General Rt.-Rev. William Law-
rence.

Surgeon-General V. Mott Francis, M. D.

Chancellor-General Prof. Theodore J 3 .
Woolsey.

SECRETARIES OF STATE SOCIETIES.

California Harrison B. Alexander, Los

Angeles.

Colorado C. E. Dewey. Denver.
Connecticut -George D. Seymour, New

Haven.

Delaware Willard H. Porter.
District of Columbia Harry W. Van Dyke,

Washington.
Georgia John S. Kluzle, Savannah.



11.



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Illinois Roger Sherman, 152 LaSalle street,

Chicago.

Iowa John E. Beaddy, SI. D., Duhuque.
Kentucky Leonard Hacon. Louisville.
Maryland George N. Mackenzie, Baltimore.
Massachusetts E. M. McGlenen, Boston.
Michigan Charles A. Du Charme, Detroit.
Minnesota William G. White. St. Paul.
Missouri Hobart Brinsmade, St. Louis.
Nebraska B. M. Webster, Omaha.



New Hampshire Rev. Howard F. Hill,

Concord.

New Jersey John Eyerman, Easton Pa.
New York Francis F. Spies, New York.
Ohio Herbert Jenney, Cincinnati.
Pennsylvania E. S. Sayres. Philadelphia.
Rhode Island Henry B. Ros. Providence.
Vermont Kben Putnam, Burlington.
Virginia Thomas Boiling, Jr., Richmond.
Wisconsin Howard Greene, Milwaukee.



SONS OF THE REVOLUTION.
(Organized 1875.)



GENERAL, OFFICERS.

General President John Lee Carroll, E.111-
cott City, Md.

General Vice-President Garret Dorset Wall
Vroom, Trenton, N. J.

Second General Vice-President Pope Bar-
row, Savannah, Ga.

General Secretary James Mortimer Mont-
gomery, New York city.

Assistant General Secretary William Hall
Harris, Baltimore, Md.



Cad-



General Treasurer Richard McCall
walader, Philadelphia, Pa.

Assistant General Treasurer Henry Cadle,
Bethany, Mo.

General Chaplain Rev. Thomas E 1 . Green,
Iowa.

General Registrar Walter G. Page, Massa-
chusetts.

General Historian Henry Walbridge Dud-
ley, Chicago.
Organizations exist in thirty-one states

and territories. Membership, 7,000.



SOCIETY OF THE SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
(Organized June 29_ 1876.)



GENERAL OFFICERS.

(Elected May 2, 1902.)

President-GeneralEdwin Warfield, Mary-
land.

Vice-Presidents General Cornelius A. Pugs-
ley, New York; Samuel S. Gross, Illinois;
Noble D. Turner, Washington, D. C. ;
Howard D. Ross, Delaware; Albert J.
Logan, Pennsylvania.



Secretary-General Charles W. Hasklns,
New York.

Treasurer-General Nathan Warren, Massa
chusetts.

Registrar-General A. Howard Clarke, Wash-
ington, D. C.

Historian-GeneralGeorge W. Bates, Mich
igan.

Chaplain-GeneralRev. Rufus W. Clark,
Michigan.



MILITARY ORDER OF THE LOYAL LEGION OF THE UNITED STATES.

(Instituted 1805. Membership July 31, 1902, 8,981.)



GENERAL OFFICERS.

Commander-ln-Chief Lieut.-Gen. John M.
Schofield, U. S. A.

Senior Vice-Commander-in-Chlef Rear- Ad-
miral George Brown, U. S. N.

Junior Vice-Conimander-ln-Uhief Bvt. Col.
Horatio C. King, U. S. V.

Recorder-in-Cbief Bvt. Lleut.-Col. John P.
Nicholson, U. S. V.

Registrar-in-Chief Bvt. Maj. William P.
Huxford, U. S. A.

Treasurer-ln-Chief Paymaster George De F.
Barton, U. S. N.

Chancellor-in-Chief Bvt. Brig.-Gjen. Wil-
liam L. James, U. S. V.

Chaplain-in-Chief^-Bvt. Maj. Henry S. Bur-
rage. D. S. V.

Council-in-Chief Bvt. Ma.1. George W.
Chandler, Capt. Roswell H. Mason, Bvt.
Maj. Henry L. Swords, Bvt. Maj. A. M.
Van Dyke and First Lieut. William I*
Greenleaf.

COMMANDEHIES.

California Rear-Admiral Henry Glass, com-
mander; Col. W. R. Smedberg, recorder.

Colorado Lieut. -Col. Edgar T. Ensign, com-
mander; Lieut. J. R. Savllle, recorder.

District of Columbia Col. George L. An-
drews, commander; Maj. W. P. Huxford,
recorder.

Illinois First Lieut. Oliver W. Norton,
commander; Roswell H. Mason, recorder.



Indiana Admiral George Brown, command-
er; Col. Z. A. Smith, recorder.

Iowa Capt. Henry C. Plumb, commander;
Adjt. J. W. Miffley, recorder.

Kansas Capt. Eugene F. Ware, command-
er; Lieut. -Col. J. T. Dickman, recorder.

iMaiue Bvt. Brig.-Gen. Charles P. Mat-
tocks, commander; Henry S. Burrage, re-
corder.

Massachusetts Gen. W. F. Draper, com-
mander; Col. Arnold A. Rand, recorder.

Michigan Bvt. Brig.-Gen. James H. Kidd,
commander; Gen. F. W. Swift, recorder.

Minnesota Bvt. Col. R. R. Henderson, com-
mander; Lieut. I). L. Ki.ngsbury, recorder.

Missouri Bvt. Lieut. -Col. Charles Parsons,
commander; Capt. W. R. Hodgee, recorder.

Nebraska Capt. A. Allee. commander;
Lieut. Frank B. Bryant, recorder.

New York Gen. Henry L. Burnett, com-
mander; Paymaster A. N. Blakeman, re-
corder.

Ohio Lieut. A. B. Isham, commander; Maj.
W. R. Thrall, recorder.

Oregon Acting Ensign J. G. Megler, com-
mander; Capt. Gavin E. Caukin, recorder.

Vermont Capt. Theodore S. Peck, com-
mander; Lieut. W. F. Greenleaf, recorder.

Washington Lieut. T. M. Young, command-
er: Lieut. J. E. Noel, recorder.

Wisconsin Lieut. Albert H. Hollister, com-
mander; Lieut. A. Ross Houston, re-
corder.



PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES.



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.

(First post organized at Decatur, 111., April 6, 1866.)



GENERAL. OFFICERS.

Conimauder-in-Chief Gen. Thomas J. Stew-
art, Norristown, Pa.

Senior Vice-Commander William M. Olin,
Massachusetts.

Junior Vice-Commander Jobn P. Averill,
Atlanta, Ga.

Surgeon-General A. W. Atchison, Texas.

Chaplain Re,v. D. J{. Shuey, Kansas.



OFFICIAL STAFF.

Adjutant-GeneralJohn W. Schall, Noi-ris-

town, Pa.
Assistant Adjutant-General J. Henry Hoi-

comb, Philadelphia.
Quartermaster-General Charles Burrows,

Kutherford, N. J.
General Headquarters Independence hall,

5th and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, Pa.



DEPARTMENT COMMANDERS 1902-1903.



Department. Commander.

Alabama E. D. Bacon Birmingham

Arizona C. F. Schumacher... Tucson

Arkansas John H. Avery Hot Springs

Cal. and Nevada.. .W.G. Hawley San Jose ,

Col. and Wyoming. J. W. Huff Victor, Col

Connecticut N. B. Rogers Danbury ,

Delaware John C. yarner Smyrna

Florida S. H. Lancey Maitland

Georgia W. M. Scott Atlanta

Idaho G. M. Parsons Boise

Illinois H. M. Trimble Princeton

Indiana Benj. Starr Richmond

Indian Territory. .B. F. Harris ...Muskogee

Iowa John Lindt CouncilBluffs.

Kansas H. C. Loomis Wintield

Kentucky T. F. Beyland Bellevue

La.and Mississippi.C. W. Keeting NewOrleans...

Maine J. L. Merrick Waterville

Maryland John W. Worth Baltimore ,

Massachusetts W. W. Blackmar Boston

Michigan E. C. Anthony Negaunee



Assistant Adiutaiit-Grneral.
. .Thos. K. Gocki'l ...... Birmingham.

..W. F. R.Schindler... Phoenix.

. .Samuel Hamblen ____ Hot Springs.

..T. C. Masteller ....... San Francisco.

..W. \V. Ferguson ..... Victor.

. . J. H. Thacher ........ Hartford.

. .J. 8. Litzenberg ...... Wilmington.

..C. F. Harkins ......... Sanford.

. James P. Averill ..... Atlanta.

. .G eorge Hoskins ...... Boise.

..C. A. Partridge ....... Chicago.

. .K. M. Smock .......... Indianapolis.

. .8. U. Smith ........... Muskogee.

.G.A.Newman ...... Cedar Falls.



.W. W. Denison
..T. A. Casey ..... .



Topeka.
Dayton.



.R. B. Baquie New Orleans.

.Silas Adams Waterville.

.H. A. Maughlin Baltimore.

.Ed P. Preble Boston,

Fayette Wycoff Lansing.



Minnesota P. Starkweather Minneapolis O. S. Clark Minneapolis.



Missouri Ira T. Bronson Sedalia.

Montana A. N. Bull Bozeman

Nebraska C. F. Steele Fairbury

New Hampshire... W. S. Carter Lebanon

New Jersey Enos F. Hann Atlantic City...

New Mexico J. W. Edwards Albuquerque...



.T. B. Rodgers St. Louis.

. W. Y, Smith Bozeman.

.Mart Howe Lincoln.

.Frank Battles Concord.

.L. C. Albertson Atlantic City.

.W. W. McDonald Albuquerque.



New York A. C. Bakewell, New York city W.F. Brown Albany.



N. Dakota J. C. Gipson Valley City

Ohio Walton Weber Columbus



Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania..

Potomac

Rhode Island. ..

S. Dakota

Tennessee

Texas C.C. Haskell.

Utah W. M. Bostaph.

Vermont R. E. Hathorn..

Va.and N.CarolinaC. D. Grew

Wash'n & Alaska. .B.C. Bedell

West Virginia C.C. Mathews..

Wisconsin James H. Ageu.



. .C. W. Barrett Tower Ctty.

. .John W. Chapin Columbus.



.Wesley Taylor Perry S. P. Strahan Perry.

. . . .M. L. Pratt Portland J. E. Mayo Portland.

. . . .R. P. Scott Butler C. A. Suydam Philadelphia.

B. F. Bingham Washington B. F. Chase Washington.

G. F. Chenery Providence P. S. Chase Providence.

....T. E.Blanchard Pierre S. J. Moore Mitchell.

G. W^Patten St. E Imo W. W. French Chattanooga.

. .Denison H. A. Johnson Sherman.

. .Ogden Thomas Maloney Ogden.

.Ludlow E. A. Howe Ludlow.

. .Portsmouth, Va. . A. A. Hager N'ISol.Home.Va

..Walla Walla E.W.Eliot Walla Walla.

. .Moundsvl lie Smith Uisinger Monndsville.

. . West Superior.. . . Fred A. Bird. Madison.



NATIONAL ENCAMPMENTS AND COMMANDEBS-
IN-CHIEF.

1866 Indianapolis; S. A. Hurlbut, Illinois.

1868 Philadelphia; John A. Logan, Illinois.

1869 Cincinnati; John A. Logan, Illinois.

1870 Washington; John A. Logan. Illinois.

1871 Boston; A. E. Burnside, Rhode Island.

1872 Cleveland; A. E. Burnside, R. I.

1873 New Haven; Charles Devens, Jr.,
Massachusetts.

1874 Harrisburg; Charles Devens, Jr., Mas-
sachusetts.

1875 Chicago; J. F. Hartranft, Pennsyl-
vania.

1876 Philadelphia; J. F. Hartranft, Penn-
sylvania.

1877 Providence; J. C. Robinson, New York.

1878 Springfield: J. C. Robinson. New York.

1879 Albany; William Earnshaw. Ohio.

1880 Dayton, O. ; Louis Wagner, Pennsyl-
vania.



1881 Indianapolis; George S. Merrill, Mas-
sachusetts.

1882 Baltimore; P. Vandervoort, Nebraska.

1883 Denver; R. B. Beath, Pennsylvania.

1884 Minneapolis; John S. Kountz, Ohio.

1885 Portland, Me.; S. S. Burdette, Wash-
ington, D. C.

1886 San Francisco; Lucius Fairehild,
Wisconsin.

1887 St. Louis; John P. Rea, Minnesota.

1888 Columbus, O. ; Wm. Warner, St. Louis.

1^89 Milwaukee; Russell A. Alger, Detroit.

1890 Boston; W. G. Veazey, Rutland, Vt.

1891 Detroit; John Palmer, Albany.

1892 Washington; A. G. Weissert, Mil-
waukee.

1893 Indianapolis; J. G. B. Adams, Lynn,
Mass.

1894 Pittsburg; T. G. Lawler, Roekford. 111.

1895 Louisville; I. N. Walker, Indianapolis.

1896 St. Paul; T. S. Clnrkson, Omaha, Neb.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR HOOK FOR 1908.



1897 Buffalo; J. P. S. Gobin, Lebanon. Pa.
1898 Cincinnati: James A. Sexton, Chicaeo.
1899 Philadelphia; Albert D. Shaw, N. Y.
1900 Chit-ago ; Leo Rassienr, St. Louis.
1901 Cleveland ; Ell Torrance. Minneapolis.
1902 Washington; Thomas J. Stewart, Nor-
ristown, Pa.



MEMBERSHIP BY DEPARTMENTS.



(June 30, 1902.)
Department. Posts.

Alabama 11

Arizona 8

Arkansas 41

California and Nevada

Colorado and Wyoming 67

Connecticut j>

Delaware

Florida 19

Georgia

Idaho 20

Illinois 552

Indiana 420

Indian Territory 15

Iowa 386

Kansas 386

Kentucky 90

Louisiana and Mississippi 46

Maine 15 J

Maryland J

Massachusetts

Michigan 361

Minnesota 172

Missouri 287

Montana 13

Nebraska 2 |<>

New Hampshire |

New Jersey 10 |

New Mexico *

New York 62 5

North Dakota 20

Ohio 594

Oklahoma 76

Oregon 57

Pennsylvania *0

Potomac 17

Rhode Island 26

South Dakota 78

Tennessee 51

Texas 30

Utah 5

Vermont 105

Virginia flnd North Carolina. 50

Washington and Alaska 85

West Virginia 51

Wisconsin 258



Members.

110

194

702

5,017

2,445

4,171

628

361

448

400

21,500

15,366

286

12,790

12,817

2,224

1,240

6.411

2,405

17,319

14,052

5,942

9,853

869

5,305

3,245

5,284

121

30,048

380

26,200

1.610

1,873

27.068

2,379

1,665

1,639

1,230

768

210

3,412

917

2,669

1,324

9,378



Total 6,416 263,745

MEMBEHSHIP BY YEABS.



1818 31.016

1879 44.752

1880 60.634

1881 Si,a56

1882 134.701

1883 215.411!

1^1 273.16S

1885 294.787

1886 323.571



18S7 355.916 1895 357.R39



1888 372.960

1889 397.774

1890 4(19.489

407.781



1892 tf.19.8SO

1893 397.223

1894 369,083



1896 340.610

1S97 319.45'i

1898 305.603

1899 287.981

1900 276.1162

1901 919.507

1902 263.745



DEATH KATE BY YEARS.



No. P.ct.

1887. .3.4(10 .'.to

1888.. 4.433 1.18

1889. .4.696 1.18

1890. .5,476 1.33

1S!)1..5,'J65 1.46

1892. .0,404 1.61

Ex
30, 1!



.

1894.. 7.283 2.97
189o.. 7.368 2.06
18%.. 7.293 2.21



1898.. 8.383 2.41



A'.). P.ct.
1899. .7,994 2.78
1'JOU. .7.790 2.80
1901.. 8.166 S.U2
19o2.. 8,299 '3.08



ieuded in relief during year ended June
02, J109.S33.37.



WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS.

(Organized at Denver, Col., July, 1883.)
President Mrs. Lodusky J. Taylor, Minne-

sota.
National Senior Vice-PresidentMrs. Ger-

aldine Frisby, California.
Junior Vice-Presideut Mrs. Mary M. North,

Maryland.
Treasurer Mrs. Sarah E. Phillips, Syra-

cuse, N. Y.

Chaplain Mrs. Jennie L. Day, Gorham.iMe.
Secretary Mrs. Ada E. May. Minnesota.
Counselor Mrs. Mary L. CHIT, Colorado.
Executive Board Mjs. Mary L. Oilman,

Massachusetts; Mrs. A. Bliss. Michigan;

Mrs. Georgia B. Worker, Iowa; Mrs, Har-

riette L. Welton, Oregon,

LADIES OF THE GRAND ARMY OF THE
REPUBLIC.

(Organized in Chicago. September. 1886.)
President Mrs. M. Anna Hall, Wheeling,

W. Va.
Senior Vice-PresidentMrs. Lida J. Smith,

Allegheny, Pa.
Junior Vice-PresidentMrs. Lydia Hinkley,

San Francisco, Cal.
Treasurer Mrs. Anna Michener, German-

town. Pa.

Chaplain Mrs. Mary Stark. St. Louis.
Secretary Miss Ruth Hall, Wheeling. W. Va.
Inspector Mrs. M. J. Guy. Wheeling, W. Va.
Counselor Mrs. Emma Wall. Lawrence, Kas.
Council of Administration Mrs. Nellie H.

Roller. Salida, Col.: Mrs. Ada L. Shan-

non, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Annie E.

Riggs, Columbus. O.
Headquarters, Wheeling, W. Va.



SON'S OF VETERANS. U. S. A.

(Organized September, 1879.)
Commander-in-Chief Frank Martin, Indian-

apolis, Ind.
Senior Vice-Commander Frank B. Wils >n,

San Francisco, Cal.
Junior Vice-Commander James B. Adams,

Atlantic City, N. J.
Council-iu-Chief D. B. F. Goulding. Massa-

chusetts: E. F. Buck, Illinois; Walter E.

Smith, Pennsylvania.

DAUGHTERS OF VETERANS.

President Carrie Westhrook. Elmira, N. Y.
Senior Vice-President Ida Warren, Worces-

ter, Mass.
Junior Vice-PresidentBertha Martin, Mas-

sillon, O.

Chaplain Minnie Piper. Manchester, N. H.
Treasurer Myrtle Kramer, Chicago. 111.



GENERAL OFFICERS.

General Commanding Gen. John B. Gordon,

Atlanta, Ga.
Ad1.-Gen. and Chief of Staff Ma j. -Gen.

George Moorman, New Orleans, La.

Army of Northern Virginia Dept. Com-
mander, Gen. O. I. Walker. Charleston,
S. C.



UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS,
(Organized June 10, 1889.)



Kentucky DIv. Commander, Maj.-Gen. J.
M. Poyntz, Richmond, Ky. ; Adj. -Gen. and
Chief of Staff, Col. B. H. Young, Louis-
ville.

Maryland Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. A.
C. Trippe. Baltimore. Md. : Adj. -Gen. and
Chief of Staff, Col. J. S. Saunders, Balti-
more.

North Carolina Div. Commander, Maj.-



PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES.



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Gen. Julian S. Carr, Durham, N. <'. :
Adj. -Gen. and Chiof of Staff, Col. H. A.
London, Pittsboro, N. C.

South Carolina Div. Commander, Maj.-
Gen. C. Irvine Walker, Charleston, S. C. ;
Adj. -Gen. and Chief of Staff, Col. f. G.
Holmes, Charleston.

Virginia Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. Theo-
dore S. Garnett, Norfolk, Va. : Adj. -Gen.
and Chief of Staff, Col. J. V. Bidgood,
Richmond.

West Virginia Div. Commander, Maj.-Geu.
Robert White. Wheeling, W. Va. ; Adi.-
Gi'ii. and Chief of Staff, Col. A. C. L.
Gatewood, Liu wood.

Army of Tennessee Dept. Commander,
Lieut. -Gen. S. D. Lee, Columbus, Miss.;
Adj. -Gen. and Chief of Staff, Brig.-Gen.
E. T. Sykes, Columbus.

Alabama Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. G.
P. Harrison, Opelika; Adj. -Gen. and Chief
of Staff, Col. H. E. Jones, Spring Hill.

Florida Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. E. M.
Law, Bartow; Adj. -Gen. and Chief of
Staff, Col. F. L. Robertson, Tallahassee.

Georgia Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. C. A.
Evans, 442 Peaeh Tree street, Atlanta;
Adj. -Gen. and Chief of Staff, Col. John A.
Miller, Atlanta.

Louisiana Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. Leon
Jastrewiski. Baton Rouge: Adj. -Gen. and
Chief of Staff, Col. A. B. Booth, New
Orleans.

Mississippi Div.-^Commander. Maj.-Gen. B,
V. White. Meridian; Adj. -Gen. and Chief
of Staff, Col. D.. B. Waddll. Meridian.

Tennessee Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. G.
W. Gordon, Memphis, Tenn.; Adj. -Gen.
and Chief of Staff, Col. J. P. Hiekinan,
Nashville.

Transmississippi Dept. Commander, Lieut. -



Gen. W. L. Cabell, Dallas; Adj. -Gen.
and Chief of Staff, Brig. -Gen. A.T.\V:it(s,
liallas.

Arkansas Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. L.
C. Balch, Little Rock; Adj. -Gen. and
Chief of Staff, Col. Louis Vohner, Little
Rock.

Indian Ter. Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. R.
B. Coleuiaii, McAlester, I. T. ; Adj. -Gen.
and Chief of Staff, Col. J. H. Reed, Mc-
Alester.

Missouri Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. Elijah
Gates, St. Joseph; Adj. -Gen. and Chief of
Staff, Col. John C. Laudis, St. Joseph.

Oklahoma Div. Commander, Maj.-Gen. J.
O. Casler, Oklahoma City; Adj. -Gen. and



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