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1948. [27]p.

THOMPSON, ALBERT W., They Were Open Range Days; Annals of a Western
Frontier. Denver, The World Pr^ss, Inc., c!946. 194p.

WESTERNERS, DENVER, Brand Book, 1949. Denver, The Westerners, 1950.
309p.

, Los ANGELES, Brand Book, 1949. [Los Angeles, The Los Angeles

Westerners, c!950.] 263p.

WINTHER, OSCAR OSBURN, The Old Oregon Country; a History of Frontier
Trade, Transportation, and Travel. Stanford, Cal., Stanford University Press
[cl950]. 348p.

GENEALOGY AND LOCAL HISTORY

ALBEMARLE COUNTY [VIRGINIA] HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Papers, Vol. 11, 1950-
1951. Charlottesville, Albemarle County Historical Society, 1951. 63p.

ALLEN, WILLIAM G., A History of Story County, Iowa . . . Des Moines,
Iowa Printing Company, 1887. [492]p.

AMERICAN CLAN GREGOR SOCIETY, Year Book Containing the Proceedings of the
1950 Annual Gathering. Washington, D. C., The American Clan Gregor
Society [c!951]. 78p.

American Genealogical Index, Vols. 39-44. Middletown, Conn., Published by a
Committee Representing the Co-operating Subscribing Libraries . . .
1950-1951. 6 Vols.'

A MES, CONSTANCE LE NEVE ( GILMAN ) , The Story of the Gilmans and a Gil-
man Genealogy of the Descendants of Edward Gilman of Hingham, England,
1550-1950. Yakima, Wash. [Shields Rainier Printing Company, c!950].
190p.

BAKER, ELIZABETH (HOPKINS), Mullikins of Maryland; an Account of the De-
scendants of James Mullikin of the Western Shore of Maryland. State Col-
lege, Pa., Author, 1932. 204p.

BASKERVILL, P. HAMILTON, Andrew Meade of Ireland and Virginia; His An-
cestors, and Some of His Descendants and Their Connections, Including
Sketches of the Following Families: Meade, Everard, Hardaway, Segar,
Pettus, and Overton. Richmond, Old Dominion Press, Inc., 1921. 170p.

BAYLES, RICHARD MATHER, ed., History of Newport County, Rhode Island.
. . . New York, L. E. Preston and Company, 1888. 1060p.



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BENTON, ELBERT JAY, Cultural Story of an American City, Cleveland. Part 3.
Under the Shadow of a Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1877. Cleve-
land, Western Reserve Historical Society, 1946. 91p.

Biographical History of Preble County, Ohio. Chicago, The Lewis Publishing
Company, 1900. 573p.

Biographical Review . . . Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens of
Franklin and Oxford Counties, Maine. Boston, Biographical Review Pub-
lishing Company, 1897. 639p.

Biographical Review Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Camden
and Burlington Counties, New Jersey. Boston, Biographical Review Pub-
lishing Company, 1897. 531p.

Biographical Review Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Worcester
County, Massachusetts. Boston, Biographical Review Publishing Company,
1899. 1229p.

BLAISDELL, JAMES ARNOLD, Elijah Blaisdell [1740-1769] and His Descendants
to 1949. No impr. Mimeographed. [99] p.

BODDIE, JOHN BENNETT, Colonial Surry. Richmond, The Dietz Press, 1948.
249p.

BOGUE, VIRGIL T., Bogue and Allied Families. Holly, Mich., Herald Printers,
c!944. [498]p.

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings, Annual Meeting, January 16, 1951. Boston,
Society, 1951. 67p.

BRENNER, ALLEN LEWIS, and BERTHA ANN (BRENNER) FLEMING, Brenner-
James Genealogy. N. p. [1949]. 304p.

[BROUGHTON, CARRIE L.], comp., Marriage and Death Notices in Raleigh Reg-
ister and North Carolina State Gazette, 1846-1855. Raleigh, North Carolina
State Library, 1949. [124]p.

BUNGE, WALTER W., comp., Genealogical Chart or Family Tree of John Gott-
fried Bunge, Hanover, Germany, as of June 1st, 1950. Chart.

CALICO, FORREST, History of Garrard County, Kentucky, and Its Churches.
New York, The Hobson Book Press, 1947. 518p.

CANDLER, JOHN, A Friendly Mission: John Candler's Letters From America,
1858-1854. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1951. 134p. (Indiana
Historical Society Publications, Vol. 16, No. 1. )

CAUTHEN, CHARLES EDWARD, South Carolina Goes to War, 1860-1865. Chapel
Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1950. 256p. (The James
Sprunt Studies in History and Political Science, Vol. 32. )

CHAPMAN, BLANCHE (ADAMS), and CATHERINE LINDSAY KNORR, Marriage
Bonds of Southampton County, Virginia, 1750-1800. N. p., Chapman and
Knorr, 1948. lOOp.

Charlestown Directory for 1782 and the Charleston Directory for 1785. [Rich-
mond, Va., Whittet and Shepperson, 1951.] [24]p.

COMLY, GEORGE NORWOOD, comp., Comly Family in America, Descendants of
Henry and Joan Comly, Who Came to America in 1682 From Bedminster,
Somersetshire, England . . . Philadelphia, Privately Printed, 1939.
1148p.

County of Williams, Ohio. Historical and Biographical . . . Chicago,
F. A. Battey and Company, 1882. 820p.



RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 141

Cumulative Index of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vols. 1-40, July,
1897- April, 1937. Austin, The Texas State Historical Association, 1950.
367p.

CUTTER, WILLIAM RICHARD, Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and
Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachu-
setts. New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1908. 4 Vols.

DARNELL, CHARLES A., Benjamin Darnell, Fort Darnell and Early Settlements
of Marshall County [Illinois]. A Family History. No impr. 47p.

DAUGHTERS OF COLONIAL WARS, KENTUCKY SOCIETY, Kentucky Pioneers and
Their Descendants. [Frankfort, Ky., Roberts Printing Company] n. d. 460p.

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, MARY LITTLE DEERE CHAPTER,
Genealogical Records, Vol. 2. Port Byron, Illinois, Records of Methodist
Episcopal Church, 1833 to 1900, Congregational Church, 1849 to 1900, and
Extracts From Diary of August Henry Wendt, 1881 to 1900. N. p., 1951.
119p.

, NORTH CAROLINA, Genealogical Register Members and Revolutionary

Ancestors . . . 1890 Through 1947. New Bern, N. C., Owen G. Dunn
Company, 1948. 185p.

DODGE, CHRISTINE HUSTON, ed., Vital Records of Old Bristol and Nobleboro in
the County of Lincoln, Maine . . . Vol. 1, Births and Deaths. [Bruns-
wick, Me., The Record Press] 1951. 780p.

DORSEY, MAXWELL JAY, and others, The Dorsey Family: Descendants of
Edward Darcy-Dorsey of Virginia and Maryland for Five Generations, and
Allied Families. N. p., 1947. 270p.

DRAGOO, DON W., Archaeological Survey of Shelby County, Indiana. Indian-
apolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, 1951. 37p.

DUTCH SETTLERS SOCIETY OF ALBANY, Yearbook, Vols. 25-26, 1949-1951. Al-
bany, n. p., 1951. 49p.

EAST TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Publications, No. 22, 1950. Knoxville,
The East Tennessee Historical Society [c!950]. 206p.

EASTWOOD, ERIC KINGMAN, The Worden Family; an Account of Some of the
Descendants of Peter Worden of Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Pittsburgh,
Pa., Privately Printed, 1951. 20p.

ELY, REUBEN POWNALL, and others, An Historical Narrative of the Ely, Revell
and Stacye Families Who Were Among the Founders of Trenton and Bur-
lington in the Province of West Jersey, 1678-1683, With the Genealogy of
the Ely Descendants in America. New York, Fleming H. Revell [c!910].
445p.

EMORY, FREDERIC, Queen Anne's County, Maryland. Its Early History and
Development . . . Baltimore, The Maryland Historical Society, 1950.
629p.

Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, Vol. 27. New York, Lewis His-
torical Publishing Company, Inc., 1950. 471p.

ESSEX INSTITUTE, The Essex Institute Historical Collections, Name, Place and
Subject Index of Volumes 68 to 85, 1931-1949. [Salem, Newcomb and
Gauss Company] 1951. 343p.

FRANCIS, CHARLES EDWARD, Francis; Descendants of Robert Francis of Weth-
ersfield, Conn. . . . New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor
Company, 1906. 217p.



142 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

GETZ, NADINE M., We Would Remember; a Near Complete Genealogical Com-
pilation of the Mollat Immigrants of 1833 and 1851. Dayton, Ohio, The
Otterbein Press [c!950]. 264p.

HAMILTON, PHEBE ELLEN (UPTON), Gleanings From Upton Family Records,
June 1,1916. No impr. [32]p.

HE ACOCK, ROGER LEE, The Ancestors of Charles Clement Heacock, 1851-1914,
With an Account of the Descendants of Joel and Huldah Gaskill Heacock.
Baldwin Park, Cal., Baldwin Park Bulletin, 1950. 172p.

HEAGLER, ETHEL CONGER, comp., Conger History, 1664-1941. Cooksville, 111.,
1941. 64p.

, History of Nathaniel White, Hannah Finch White and Their De-
scendants. Cedar Rapids, The Torch Press, 1938. 62p.

HEALD, EDWARD THORNTON, The Stark County Story, Vol. 1, Being the First
76 Scripts Covering the Years 1805-1874 on the Cities, Towns and Villages
of Stark County, Ohio. Canton, Ohio, Stark County Historical Society,
1949. 688p.

, The Stark County Story, Vol. 2, The McKinley Era, 1875-1901.

Canton, Ohio, Stark County Historical Society, 1950. 706p.

HEFFELFINGER, JOHN BYERS, The Heffelfinger Genealogy (Through Philip
Heffelfinger, the Revolutionary Soldier, From Martin Heffelfinger, the Swiss
Immigrant, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1740) N. p.,

1951. Mimeographed. 61p.

HIESTAND, JOSEPH E., An Archaeological Report on Newton County, Indiana.
Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, 1951. 49p.

HINSHAW, WILLIAM WADE, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy,
Vol. 6, Virginia. Ann Arbor, Mich., Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1950. 1049p.

Historical and Biographical Encyclopaedia of Delaware. Wilmington, Aldine
Publishing and Engraving Company, 1882. 572p.

History of Crawford County, Pennsylvania . . . Chicago, Warner, Beers
and Company, 1885. 1186p.

History of Geauga and Lake Counties, Ohio, With Illustrations and Bio-
graphical Sketches of Its Pioneers and Most Prominent Men. Philadelphia,
Williams Brothers, 1878. 259p.

History of Hocking Valley, Ohio . . . Chicago, Inter-State Publishing
Company, 1883. 1392p.

History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa . . . Spring-
field, 111., Union Publishing Company, 1884. 933p.

History of the Elkhorn Valley, Nebraska, an Album of History and Biography
. . . Chicago, The National Publishing Company, 1892. 779p.

HODGES, MARGARET ROBERTS, comp., General Index of Wills of St. Mary's
County, Maryland, 1633-1900 ... No impr. Mimeographed. 135p.

HONIG, Louis O., Westport; Gateway to the Early West. [North Kansas City,
Mo., Industrial Press] c!950. 149p.

HUGUENOT SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Transactions, No. 55. Baltimore,
Waverly Press, Inc., 1950. 72p.

ILLINOIS (TER.), The Laws of Illinois Territory, 1809-1818. Springfield,
Illinois State Historical Library, 1950. 386p. (Collections of the Illinois
State Historical Library, Vol. 25. Law Series, Vol. 5.)

Index to the Colorado Magazine, Volumes 1 to 25 (1923-1948). Denver, The
State Historical Society of Colorado, 1950. 296p.



RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 143

INDIANA (TER.), GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Journals, 1805-1815. Indianapolis,
Indiana Historical Bureau, 1950. 1106p. (Indiana Historical Collections,
Vol. 32.)

[IOWA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY], One Hundred Years of Iowa Medicine, Com-
memorating the Centenary of the Iowa State Medical Society, 1850-1950.
Iowa City, The Athens Press, 1950. 483p.

KINSEY, WILLIAM, A History of Jacob Kinsey (Jacob Kintzy) and His De-
scendants. Union Bridge, Md., The Pilot Publishing Company, 1934. 202p.

KLEES, FREDRIC, The Pennsylvania Dutch. New York, The Macmillan Com-
pany, 1951. 451p.

KNOLLENBERG, BERNHARD, Pioneer Sketches of the Upper Whitewater Valley,
Quaker Stronghold of the West. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society,
1945. 171p. (Indiana Historical Society Publications, Vol. 15, No. 1.)

KNORR, CATHERINE LINDSAY, comp., Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns
of Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1754-1810. N. p., Author [c!950].
109p.

LACKEY, WALTER FOWLER, History of Newton County, Arkansas. Independ-
ence, Mo., Zion's Printing and Publishing Company [c!950]. 432p.

LEONARD, LEVI WASHBURN, and JOSIAH LAFAYETTE SEWARD, The History of
Dublin, N. H. . . . Published by the Town of Dublin, 1920. 1018p.

[LEVERETT, CHARLES EDWARD], A Memoir, Biographical and Genealogical, of
Sir John Leverett, KNT., Governor of Massachusetts, 1673-9; of Hon. John
Leverett, F. R. S., Judge of the Supreme Court and President of Harvard
College; and of the Family Generally. Boston, Crosby, Nichols and Com-
pany, 1856. 203p.

Lux, LEONARD, FATHER, The Vincennes Donation Lands. Indianapolis, Indi-
ana Historical Society, 1949. [74]p. (Indiana Historical Society Pub-
lications, Vol. 15, No. 4.)

MACDONALD, HOWARD DAVID, Genealogy: Major Robert Baker and His Pos-
terity; Baker, Askey, Bennett, MacDonald and Other Lineages . . .
N. p., 1922. Mimeographed. 46p.

McGHEE, LUCY KATE, comp., Historical Records of Old Crab Orchard, Lincoln
County, Stanford, Kentucky. No impr. Mimeographed. 2 Vols.

MACLURE, WILLIAM, and MARIE DUCLOS FRETAGEOT, Correspondence of 1820-
1833; Education and Reform at New Harmony. Indianapolis, Indiana His-
torical Society, 1948. [132]p. (Indiana Historical Society Publications,
Vol. 15, No. 3.)

McPHERsoN, HANNAH ELIZABETH (WEIR), The Holcombes, Nation Builders
. . . Their Biographies, Genealogies and Pedigrees. N. p., 1947. 1352p.

MARYLAND, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Proceedings and Acts, October 1773 to
April 1774. Baltimore, Maryland Historical Society, 1947. 462p. (Archives
of Maryland, Vol. 64.)

Master Tales Diary, a Narrative of Events in the Town of Somersworth (now
Rollinsford) New Hampshire, From 1747 to 1778. No impr. Typed. 155p.

MEADOWS, CLARENCE WATSON, State Papers and Public Addresses, Clarence
W. Meadows, Twenty-Second Governor of West Virginia, 1945-1949.
Charleston, W. Va., [Jarrett Printing Company, 1950]. 432p.

MILLER, ELBERT H. T., Genealogies of Miller and Tillotson; Fraser, Christie,
Smith, Wheeler, by Laura Miller. Scottsville, N. Y., n. p., 1951. 39p.



144 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

MOODY, DALLAS DONALD, Aerial Gunner From Virginia; the Letters of Don

Moody to His Family During 1944. Richmond, Virginia State Library,

1950. 366p.
MOUNT VERNON LADIES' ASSOCIATION OF THE UNION, Annual Report, 1950.

[Mount Vernon, The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union,

cl951.] 47p.
MUMFORD, JAMES GREGORY, Mumford Memoirs, Being the Story of the New

England Mumfords From the Year 1655 to the Present Time. Boston, The

Merrymount Press, 1900. 248p.
NATIONAL SOCIETY DAUGHTERS OF COLONIAL WARS, Membership List and

Index of Ancestors With Brief Histories and Reports of National and State

Organizations. [Somerville, Mass., Somerville Printing Company, Inc.,

1950.] 486p.

NAY, ERNEST OMAR, Genealogy of the Nay Family, a Record of the Descend-
ants of Jacob Nay of Virginia From 1723 to 1949, With Supplement. N. p.

[c!949]. 512p.
NEW CANAAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Annual, June 1951. New Canaan, Conn.,

The New Canaan Historical Society, 1951. Tip.
NEWCOMB, BETHUEL MERRITT, comp. and reviser, Andrew Newcomb, 1618-

1686, and His Descendants, a Revised Edition of "Genealogical Memoir"

of the Newcomb Family . . . By John Bearse Newcomb . . .

New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company, 1923. 1021p.
NEWLAND, ROBERT ELIJAH, and LEON L. NEWLAND, The Newland (Newlon)

Family . . . N. p. [c!946]. 72p.
OAKES, RENSSELAER ALLSTON, comp., Genealogical and Family History of the

County of Jefferson, New York . . . New York, The Lewis Publishing

Company, 1905. 2 Vols.
O'NEIL, CHARLES I., DeWitt C. O'Neil, a Biography and Israel O'Neil, a

Genealogy. Kalispell, Mont., The O'Neil Printers, 1945. 29p.
PALMER, CLARISSA ELIZABETH (SKEELE), ed., Annals of Chicopee Street;

Records and Reminiscences of an Old New England Parish for a Period of

Two Hundred Years. Chicopee, Mass., n. p., 1898. 91p.
Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, Vol. 22. Canyon, Tex., Panhandle-Plains

Historical Society, c!949. 97p.
PARKER, WILLIAM THORNTON, Gleanings From Colonial and American Records

of Parker and Morse Families, A. D. 1585-1915. Northampton, Mass., 1915.

[68]p.
, Great Grandfather's Clock at the Old Parker Homestead, Bradford,

Massachusetts, A. D. 1760. Northampton, Mass., 1913. lOp.
, Lieut. Colonel Moses Parker 27th Regiment of Foot of the Continental

Army . . . Northampton, Mass., 1914. 20p.
Portrait and Biographical Record of Effingham, Jasper and Richland Counties,

Illinois. Chicago, Lake City Publishing Company, 1893. 607p.
Portrait and Biographical Record of Johnson, Poweshiek and Iowa Counties,

Iowa . . . Chicago, Chapman Brothers, 1893. 737p.
Portrait and Biographical Record of Marion and Hardin Counties, Ohio . . .

Chicago, Chapman Publishing Company, 1895. 560p.
ROBBINS, DANA W., History of the Robbins Family of Walpole Massachusetts.

Descendants of William and Priscilla Robbins. Salt Lake City, Robbins

Genealogical Society, 1949. 22 Ip.



RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 145

Ross, EARLE D., Iowa Agriculture, an Historical Survey. Iowa City, The State
Historical Society of Iowa, 1951. 226p.

SCALES, JOHN, History of Stratford County, New Hampshire, and Representative
Citizens. Chicago, Richmond-Arnold Publishing Company, 1914. 953p.

SCOTT, GEORGE TRESSLER, The Family of John Tressler and Elizabeth Loy
Tressler. Loysville, Pa., The Tressler Orphans' Home [1949]. 73p.

SELLARDS, ELIAS HOWARD, The Sellards Through Two Centuries. Austin, Tex.,
n. p., 1949. 132p.

SHERMAN, ANDREW MAGOUN, Historic Morristown, New Jersey: the Story of Its
First Century. Morristown, The Howard Publishing Company, 1905. 444p.

Shipleys of Maryland; a Genealogical Study, Prepared by Committees Appointed
At the Shipley Reunion . . . August 29, 1937. [Baltimore, Reese Press,
1938.] 281p.

SIMMONDS, FRANK WILLIAM, John and Susan Simmonds and Some of Their De-
scendants With Related Ancestral Lines. Rutland, Vt, The Tuttle Publish-
ing Company, Inc. [1940]. 222p. "

SIMONS, WILFORD COLLINS, From the Landing of the Pilgrims in 1620, a Brief
But Accurate Genealogy Concerning the Families of Jennie Bessie Gowdy
and Her Husband, Adolphus Ezra Simons ... No impr. 132p.

SOCIETY OF INDIANA PIONEERS, Year Book, 1950. Published by Order of the
Board of Governors, 1950. 127p.

STOUGH, DALE P., comp., History of Hamilton and Clay Counties, Nebraska.
Chicago, The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1921. 2 Vols.

VAN HOOSEAR, DAVID HERMON, comp., The Pillow, Philo, and Philleo Gene-
alogy; a Record of the Descendants of John Pillow, a Huguenot Refugee
From France. Albany, Joel MunselTs Sons, 1888. 274p.

WAYLAND, JOHN WALTER, Historic Harrisonburg. Staunton, Va., The McClure
Printing Company, 1949. 419p.

, The Lincolns in Virginia. Staunton, Va., The McClure Printing Com-
pany, 1946. 299p.

WILSON, GEORGE ROBERT, and GAYLE THORNBROUGH, The Buffalo Trace. Indi-
anapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1946. [102]p. (Indiana Historical So-
ciety Publications, Vol. 15, No. 2. )

WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Proceedings One Hundred and Third Annual
Business Meeting Held at Appleton, September 9, 1949. Madison, The So-
ciety, 1950. 79p.

WYATT, WILBUR CARL, Families of Joseph and Isaac Wyatt, Brothers, Who
Were Sons of Zachariah ("Sacker") and Elizabeth (Ripley) Wyatt, of Durant's
Neck, Perquimans County, North Carolina. N. p., 1950. 206p.

YOUNG, WILLIE PAULINE, comp., Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville Dis-
trict Wills and Bonds As on File in the Abbeville, South Carolina, Court-
house. [Greenville, Greenville Printing Company, 1950.] 638p.

GENERAL

ADAMS, LEE M., The Table Rock Basin in Barry County, Missouri. [Columbia,
Mo., 1950.] 61p. (Memoir of the Missouri Archaeological Society, No. 1.)

ALEXANDER, EDWIN P., American Locomotives. New York, W. W. Norton and
Company, Inc. [c!950]. 254p.

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings at the Semi-Annual Meeting
Held in Boston, April 19, 1950. Worcester, Mass., Society, 1950. 160p.



146 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

American Book-Prices Current. Index 1945-1950. New York, R. R. Bowker

Company [c!951]. 1405p.
Americana Annual, an Encyclopedia of the Events of 1949, 1950. New York,

Americana Corporation, 1950, 1951. 2 Vols.
APPLETON, LE ROY H., Indian Art of the Americas. New York, Charles Scrib-

ner's Sons, Ltd. [c!950]. 279p.
ARMY ALMANAC, A Book of Facts Concerning the Army of the United States.

[Washington, D. C.] United States Government Printing Office, 1950. 1009p.
AYER, N. W., and SON'S, Directory of Newspapers and Periodicals, 1951. Phila-
delphia, N. W. Ayer and Son, Inc. [c!951]. 1480p.
BAKELESS, JOHN EDWIN, The Eyes of Discovery; the Pageant of North America

As Seen by the First Explorers. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company

[c!950]. 439p.
BARNOUW, VICTOR, Acculturation and Personality Among the Wisconsin Chip-

pewa. [Menasha, Wis.] American Anthropological Association, 1950. 152p.

(Memoir No. 72.)
BARTLETT, RUHL JACOB, John C. Fremont and the Republican Party. Columbus,

The Ohio State University [c!930]. 146p. (The Ohio State University

Studies, Contributions in History and Political Science, No. 13. )
BOLIVAR, SIMON, Selected Writings of Bolivar. New York, The Colonial Press,

Inc., 1951. 2 Vols.
BROGAN, DENIS WILLIAM, The Era of Franklin D. Roosevelt; a Chronicle of the

New Deal and Global War. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1950. 382p.

( Chronicles of America Series, Vol. 52. )
BROWN, ESTHER E., The French Revolution and the American Man of Letters.

Columbia, The Curators of the University of Missouri, 1951. 171p. (The

University of Missouri Studies, Vol. 24, No. 1.)
BRUCKER, GENE A., Jean-Sylvain Bailly, Revolutionary Mayor of Paris. Urbana,

The University of Illinois Press, 1950. 134p. (Illinois Studies in the Social

Sciences, Vol. 31, No. 3.)
BULEY, ROSCOE CARLYLE, The Old Northwest, Pioneer Period, 1815-1840.

Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1950. 2 Vols.
CARLSON, THEODORE LEONARD, The Illinois Military Tract; a Study of Land

Occupation, Utilization, and Tenure. Urbana, The University of Illinois

Press, 1951. 218p. (Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences, Vol. 32, No. 2.)
CHRISTENSEN, ERWIN OTTOMAR, The Index of American Design. New York,

The Macmillan Company, 1950. 229p.
CLARK, ANN (NOLAN), Little Boy With Three Names; Stones of Taos Pueblo.

[Chilocco, Okla., Chilocco Indian Agriculture School, 1950.] 76p.
, Little Herder in Autumn, in Winter. [Phoenix, Phoenix Indian School,

1950.] 199p.
CLYMER, JOSEPH FLOYD, Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925.

New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. [c!950]. 213p.
COMMAGER, HENRY STEELE, ed., The Blue and the Gray; the Story of the Civil

War As Told by Participants. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company,

Inc. [c!950]. 2 Vols.

COOK, SHERBURNE FRIEND, The Historical Demography and Ecology of the
Teotlalpan. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1949. 59p. (Ibero-

Americana: 33.)



RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 147

, and LESLEY BYRD SIMPSON, The Population of Central Mexico in the

Sixteenth Century. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1948. 241p.
(Ibero- Americana: 31.)

, Soil Erosion and Population in Central Mexico. Berkeley, University

of California Press, 1949. 86p. (Ibero- Americana: 34.)

DEBO, ANGIE, The Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma. [Philadelphia] Indian
Rights Association, 1951. 35p.

DELLQUEST, AUGUSTUS WILFRID, United States Coins, a Guide to Values. New
York, M. Barrows and Company, Inc. [c!951]. 187p.

DIPESO, CHARLES C., The Babocomari Village Site on the Babocomari River,
Southeastern Arizona. Dragoon, Ariz., The Amerind Foundation, Inc.,
1951. 248p.

DOLAN, PAUL, The Organization of State Administration in Delaware. Balti-
more, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1951. 154p. (The Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity Studies in Historical and Political Sciences, Series 68, No. 1.)

DRAKE, THOMAS E., Quakers and Slavery in America. New Haven, Yale Uni-
versity Press, 1950. 245p.

Encyclopedia of American Biography. New Series, Vol. 22. New York, The
American Historical Company, Inc., 1950. 306p.

FAULKNER, HAROLD UNDERWOOD, The Decline of Laissez Faire, 1897-1917.
New York, Rinehart and Company, Inc. [c!951]. 433p. (The Economic
History of the United States, Vol. 7.)

, From Versailles to the New Deal; a Chronicle of the Harding-Coolidge-

Hoover Era. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1950. 388p. ( Chronicles
of America Series, Vol. 51.)

FISH, SIDNEY M., Aaron Levy, Founder of Aaronsburg. New York, American
Jewish Historical Society, 1951. 81p. (Studies in American Jewish His-
tory, No. 1.)

FLETCHER, SYDNEY E., The Big Book of Indians. New York, Grosset and
Dunlap, c!950. [26]p.

GALBRAITH, JOHN S., The Establishment of Canadian Diplomatic Status at
Washington. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1951. 119p. (Uni-
versity of California Publications in History, Vol. 4l.)

GOULD, FRANK W., Grasses of Southwestern United States. Tucson, University
of Arizona, c!951. 352p. (Biological Science Bulletin, No. 7.)

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