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of George Shattuck Selden and His Wife Elizabeth Wright Clark. Oil City,

Pa., Edwin van Deusen Selden [c!931]. 523p.


SCHROEDER, JOHN FREDERICK, Memoir of the Life and Character of Mrs. Mary
Anna Board-man With . . . Genealogical Notices of Many of Her
Kindred and Relatives. New Haven, Privately Printed, 1849. 478p.

SHADDINGER, ANNA E., comp., Micheners in America. Rutland, Vt, Charles
E. Tuttle [1958]. 627p.

SHILSTONE, E. M., Monumental Inscriptions in the Burial Ground of the
Jewish Synagogue at Bridgetown, Barbados. No impr. 205p.

[SLOCUM, ADDIE TIMMONS, and others], Family of Thomas Slocum Who Mar-
ried Martha Ann Rose, Knox County, Missouri. No impr. 5p.

SMITH, GEORGE MARTIN, ed., South Dakota, Its History and Its People.
Chicago, S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1915. 5 Vols.

SOCIETY OF INDIANA PIONEERS, Year Book, 1958. Published by Order of the
Board of Governors, 1958. 142p.

SOUTH DAKOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Collections and Report, Vol. 29, 1958.
Pierre, South Dakota Historical Society, c!958. 521p.

SPRAKER, HAZEL ATTERRURY, The Boone Family; a Genealogical History of the
Descendants of George and Mary Boone Who Came to America in 1717
. . . Rutland, Vt., Tuttle Company, 1922. 707p.

STEPHENS, JOHN H., History of Miami County [Indiana], Peru, Ind., John H.
Stephens Publishing House, 1896. 380p.

STICKNEY, CHARLES E., A History of the Minisink Region ... in Orange
County, New York . . . Middletown, N.Y., Coe Finch and I. F.
Guiwits, 1867. 211p.

SWAYNE, NORMAN WALTON, comp., Byberry Waltons, an Account of Four
English Brothers, Nathaniel 6- Thomas 6 Daniel 6- William Walton . . .
Philadelphia, Stephenson Brothers, 1958. 828p.

SYDENHAM, G. F., History of the Sydenham Family . . . Edited by A. T.
Cameron. Surrey, Privately Printed, 1928. 803p.

Thomas Starnes Family of Tennessee and Indiana. No impr. Photocopy. 13p.

TINKHAM, GEORGE H., History of San Joaquin County, California, With Bio-
graphical Sketches . . . Los Angeles, Historic Record Company, 1923.

TURNER, WILLIAM BRUCE, History of Maury County, Tennessee. Nashville,
Author [c!955]. 404p.

U. S. CENSUS, 1850, [Parts of New York 1850 Census Population Schedules,
Comprising 29 Complete Counties and Five Partial Ones.] Microfilm. 22

VAN NAME, ELMER GARFIELD, Pierre Billiou, the Walloon, Staten Island Pio-
neer. Haddonfield, N. J., Author, n. d. [8]p.

[WALDENMAIER, INEZ RANEY, comp.], Index to the Virginia Court Records in
Pennsylvania (District of West Augusta). N. p. [c!957]. Mimeographed.

WELLS, HARRIETTS HYDE, Several Ancestral Lines of Moses Hyde and His Wife
Sarah Dana . . . Albany, N. Y., Joel Munsell's Sons, 1904. 114p.

WILLIS, WILLIAM L, History of Sacramento County, California, With Bio-
graphical Sketches . . . Los Angeles, Historical Record Company,
1913. 1056p.

WOLFE COUNTY WOMAN'S CLUB, comp., Early and Modern History of Wolfe
County [Kentucky] . . . N. p. [1958]. 340p.


WOODWORTH, ROBERT BELL, ed., Descendants of Robert and John Poage (Pio-
neer Settlers of Augusta County, Va.). Staunton, Va., Privately Printed,
1954. 2 Vols.

WORRELL, ANNE LOWRY, comp., Early Marriages, Wills and Some Revolutionary
War Records, Botetourt County, Virginia. Roanoke, Compiler [1958]. 69p.

WRIGHT, ALBERT HAZEN, Town and Country Histories of New England, New
Jersey and Pennsylvania States Adjoining New Yorfc. Ithaca, N. Y., A. H.
Wright, 1959. Mimeographed. 38p.

scendants of Joseph and Philip, Sons of Philip Taber, Parts 1 and 2. New
York, n. p., 1952-1957. 2 Vols.


ADAMS, GEORGE WORTHINGTON, Doctors in Blue, the Medical History of the
Union Army in the Civil War. New York, Henry Schuman [c!952]. 253p.

Association, 1958. 88p.

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings at the Annual Meeting Held in
Worcester, October 15, 1958. Worcester, Mass., Society, 1959. [386]p.

Colloquium on Certain Problems in Historical Society Work in the United
States and Canada. Harrisburg, Pa., Association, 1958. 181p.

AMERICAN HERITAGE, Book of the Revolution. New York, American Heritage
Publishing Company [c!958]. 384p.

Americana Annual, an Encyclopedia of the Events of 1954. New York, Ameri-
cana Corporation [c!959]. 893p.

AVER, N. W., and SON'S, Directory of Newspapers and Periodicals, 1959.
Philadelphia, N. W. Ayer & Son [c!959]. 1558p.

BEER, JOHN JOSEPH, Emergence of the German Dye Industry. Urbana, Uni-
versity of Illinois Press, 1959. 168p. (Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences,
Vol. 44.)

BEIDLEMAN, RICHARD C., A Partial, Annotated Bibliography of Colorado
Ethnology. Colorado Springs, Colorado College, 1958. 55p. (Colorado
College Series, No. 2.)

BENNETT, J. HARRY, JR., Bondsmen and Bishops; Slavery and Apprenticeship
on the Codrington Plantations of Barbados, 1710-1838. Berkeley, Uni-
versity of California Press, 1958. 176p. (University of California Pub-
lications in History, Vol. 62.)

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings, Annual Meeting, January 21, 1958. Boston,
Society, 1958. 53p.

BRENTANO, ROBERT, fork Metropolitan Jurisdiction and Papal Judges Delegate
(1279-1296). Berkeley, University of California Press, 1959. 293p. ( Uni-
versity of California Publications in History, Vol. 58. )

BREYFOGLE, WILLIAM, Make Free, the Story of the Underground Railroad.
Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company [c!958]. 287p.

BRIGHAM, CLARENCE S., Fifty fears of Collecting of Americana for the Library
of the American Antiquarian Society, 1908-1958. Worcester, Mass., n. p.,
1958. 185p.


BRINGS, LAWRENCE M., We Believe in Prayer; a Compilation of Personal

Statements of American and World Leaders About the Value and Efficacy

of Prayer. Minneapolis, T. S. Denison & Company [c!958]. 61 6p.
BROWNLEE, RICHARD S., Gray Ghosts of the Confederacy; Guerrilla Warfare

in the West, 1861-1865. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press

[c!958]. 274p.
BUCKERIDGE, J. O., Lincoln's Choice. Harrisburg, Pa., Stackpole Company

[c!956]. 254p.
CAREY, A. MERWYN, American Firearms Makers; When, Where, and What

They Made . . . New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company [c!953].

CARTER, HODDING, The Angry Scar, the Story of Reconstruction. New York,

Doubleday & Company, 1959. 425p.

Ends of the Log; Learning and Teaching in Today's College, Edited by

Russell M. Cooper. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [c!958].

CHASE, AGNES, First Book of Grasses; the Structure of Grasses Explained for

Beginners. Third Edition. Washington, D. C., Smithsonian Institution,

1959. 127p.
CHINDAHL, GEORGE L, A History of the Circus in America. Caldwell, Caxton

Printers, 1959. 279p.
COATES, HELEN (RITTENHOUSE), American Festival Guide . . . New

York, Exposition Press [c!956]. 299p.
COCHRAN, HAMILTON, Blockade Runners of the Confederacy. Indianapolis,

Bobbs-Merrill Company [c!958]. 350p.
COFFIN, TRISTAM P., An Analytical Index to the Journal of American Folklore,

Vols. 1-67, 68, 69, 70. Philadelphia, American Folklore Society, 1958.

COOK, SHERBURNE F., Santa Maria Ixcatldn: Habitat, Population, Subsistence.

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1958. 75p. ( Ibero-Americana:

DANNETT, SYLVIA G. L., comp. & ed., Noble Women of the North. New

York, Thomas Yoseloff [c!959]. 419p.
DICKINSON, A. T., JR., American Historical Fiction. New York, Scarecrow Press,

1958. 314p.
Encyclopedia of American Biography. New Series, Vols. 28-29. New York,

American Historical Company, 1958-1959. 2 Vols.

of Prehistoric Life. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday & Company, 1958.


Reader . . . New York, A. S. Barnes & Company [c!958]. Slip.
FOOTE, SHELBY, The Civil War, a Narrative. Volume 1, Fort Sumpter to

Perryville. New York, Random House [c!958]. 840p.
FORBES, ROBERT H., The Expanding Sahara. Tucson, University of Arizona

Press [c!958]. Unpaged.
FORSEE, AYLESA, American Women Who Scored Firsts. Philadelphia, Macrae

Smith Company [c!958]. 253p.


FREEMAN, DOUGLAS SOUTHALL, Lee of Virginia. New York, Charles Scribner's

Sons [c!958]. 243p.
Funk 6- Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology and Legend.

New York, Funk & Wagnalls Company [c!949, 1950]. 2 Vols.
GARDNER, ALEXANDER, Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the Civil War.

New York, Dover Publications [c!959]. Unpaged.
GRAY, WOOD, and others, Historians Handbook; a Key to the Study and

Writing of History. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company [c!959]. 58p.
GUERARD, ALBERT, France, a Modern History. Ann Arbor, University of

Michigan Press [c!959]. [590]p.
HAMMOND, JOHN MARTIN, Quaint and Historic Forts of North America.

Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1915. [309]p.
HARPER, DONALD V., Economic Regulation of the Motor Trucking Industry

by the States. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1959. 320p. (Illinois

Studies in the Social Sciences, Vol. 43.)
HASKELL, FRANK ARETAS, Battle of Gettysburg, Edited by Bruce Cation.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company [c!958]. 169p.
HEYMAN, MAX L., Prudent Soldier, a Biography of Major General E. R. S.

Canby, 1817-1873 . . . Glendale, Cal., Arthur H. Clark, 1959. 418p.
HITCHCOCK, WILLIAM R., The Background of the Knights' Revolt, 1522-1523.

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1958. 128p. (University of

California Publications in History, Vol. 61.)
HOEHLING, A. A., Last Train From Atlanta. New York, Thomas Yoseloff

[c!958]. 558p.
HOFFMAN, WILLIAM S., Andrew Jackson and North Carolina Politics. Chapel

Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1958. 134p. ( The James Sprunt

Studies in History and Political Science, Vol. 40. )

HORNUNG, CLARENCE P., Wheels Across America; a Pictorial Cavalcade Illus-
trating the Early Development of Vehicular Transportation. New York,

A. S. Barnes & Company [c!959]. 341p.

JEFFERSON, THOMAS, Papers, Index, Vols. 7-12. Princeton, Princeton Uni-
versity Press, 1958. 207p.
, Papers. Vol. 15, 27 March 1789 to 30 November 1789. Princeton,

Princeton University Press, 1958. 677p.
JENSEN, AMY LAFOLLETTE, The White House and Its Thirty-Two Families.

New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company [c!958]. [280]p.
JOKELSON, PAUL, Antique French Paperweights. N. p. [c!955]. 254p.
JONES, JOHN B., A Rebel War Clerk's Diary. New York, Sagamore Press

[c!958]. 545p.

JONES, MARY EIRWEN, Romance of Lace. London, Springbooks, n. d. 171p.
KERBY, ROBERT LEE, Confederate Invasion of New Mexico and Arizona,

1861-1862. Los Angeles, Westernlore Press, 1958. 159p.
KOGAN, HERMAN, and LLOYD WENDT, Chicago; a Pictorial History. New

York, E. P. Dutton and Company, 1958. 224p.
KOHN, S. JOSHUA, The Jewish Community of Utica, New York, 1847-1948.

New York, American Jewish Historical Society, 1959. 221p.
KRATVILLE, WILLIAM, and HAROLD E. RANKS, Motive Power of the Union

Pacijic. [Omaha, Barhart Press, 1958.] 253p.


KUHNS, FREDERICK IRVING, American Home Missionary Society in Relation to
the Antislavery Controversy in the Old Northwest. Billings, Mont., n. p.,
1959. 53p.

LAFORA, NICOLAS DE, The Frontiers of New Spain . . . 1766-1768, [Edited
by] Lawrence Kinnaird. Berkeley, Quivira Society, 1958. 243p.

LARRABEE, ERIC, ed., American Panorama; Essays by Fifteen American Critics
on 350 Books, Past and Present, Which Portray the U.S.A. in Its Many As-
pects. New York, New York University Press, 1957. 436p.

LEHNER, ERNST, comp., American Symbols, a Pictorial History. New York,
William Penn Publishing Corporation [c!957]. [96]p.

LENGYEL, CORNEL, Four Days in July, the Story Behind the Declaration of
Independence. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday and Company, 1958. 360p.

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, "House Divided" Address . . . a Reproduction
. . . Springfield, Illinois State Historical Society, 1958. 16p.

Low, WILLIAM G., A. A. Low & Brothers' Fleet of Clipper Ships. Second
Edition. N. p., 1922. Unpaged.

Lurz, ALMA, Susan B. Anthony; Rebel, Crusader, Humanitarian. Boston,
Beacon Press [c!959]. 340p.

MCDERMOTT, JOHN FRANCIS, The Lost Panoramas of the Mississippi. [Chicago]
University of Chicago Press [c!958]. 21 lp.

MAYER, FRANK H., and CHARLES B. ROTH, The Buffalo Harvest. Denver, Sage
Books [c!958]. 96p.

MEHLING, HAROLD, Scandalous Scamps. New York, Henry Holt and Company
[c!959]. 211p.

MERA, HARRY P., Indian Silverwork of the Southwest, Illustrated. Globe, Ariz.,
Dale Stuart King, 1959. 122p.

MILLER, MRS. FLORENCE HAZEN, comp., Memorial Album Revolutionary Sol-
diers, 1776. N. p., 1958. 406p.

MORGAN, JAMES, Our Presidents; Brief Biographies of Our Chief Magistrates
From Washington to Eisenhower, 1789-1958. New York, Macmillan Com-
pany, 1958. 470p.

Mount Vernon, Va. [Association, c!959]. 72p.

National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Vol. 42. New York, James
T. White & Company, 1958. 693p.

NICHOLS, ROY FRANKLIN, Franklin Pierce, "Young Hickory of the Granite Hills.
Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press [c!958]. 625p.

NOBLE, NOAH, Messages and Papers Relating to the Administration of Noah
Noble, Governor of Indiana, 1831-1837, Edited by Dorothy Riker and Gayle
Thornbrough. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, 1958. 645p. (In-
diana Historical Collections, Vol. 38. )

OWENS, WILLIAM A., Fever in the Earth. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons
[c!958]. 384p.

Pattersons American Education, Vol. 55. North Chicago, 111., Educational
Directories [c!958]. 2 Vols.

PATTISON, WILLIAM D., Beginnings of the American Rectangular Land Survey
System, 1784-1800. Chicago, University of Chicago, 1957. 248p.

PEFFER, NATHANIEL, The Far East, a Modern History. Ann Arbor, University
of Michigan Press [c!958]. [501]p.



PERKINS, SIMEON, Diary, 1780-1789, Edited With an Introduction by Dr. D. C.

Harvey . . . Toronto, Champlain Society, 1958. 531p. (Publications

of the Champlain Society, Vol. 36.)
PINCHOT, AMOS R. E., History of the Progressive Party, 1912-1916, Edited

. . . by Helene Maxwell Hooker. New York, New York University

Press, 1958. 305p.
POUND, LOUISE, Nebraska Folklore. Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press,

1959. 243p.
PRATT, RICHARD, and DOROTHY PRATT, The Second Treasury of Early American

Homes. New York, Hawthorn Books [c!954]. 143p.
PRESTON, RICHARD A., ed., Kingston, Before the War of 1812; a Collection of

Documents. Toronto, Champlain Society, 1959. 428p. (Publications of

the Champlain Society. Ontario Series, Vol. 3.)

REISCHAUER, EDWIN O., Our Asian Frontiers of Knowledge. [Tucson, Uni-
versity of Arizona Press, c!958.] 26p. (University of Arizona Bulletin

Series, Riecker Memorial Lecture, No. 4.)
RIPPY, J. FRED, Latin America, a Modern History. Ann Arbor, University

of Michigan Press [c!958]. [599]p.

ROBERTSON, FRANK C., Ram in the Thicket; the Story of a Roaming Home-
steader Family on the Mormon Frontier. New York, Hastings House

[c!959]. [312]p.

Ross, THOMAS RICHARD, Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver, a Study in Political Integ-
rity and Independence. Iowa City, State Historical Society of Iowa, 1958.

RUBIN, Louis D., JR., and JAMES JACKSON KTJLPATRICK, eds., The Lasting

South; Fourteen Southerners Look at Their Home. Chicago, Henry Regnery

Company, 1957. 208p.
SCHTEDER, THEODOH, ed., The Expulsion of the German Population From the

Territories East of the Oder-Neisse-Line, a Selection and Translation

. . . Bonn, Federal Ministry for Expellees, Refugees and War Victims,

n. d. 370p.
SHETLER, CHARLES, Guide to Manuscripts and Archives in the West Virginia

Collection. Morgantown, West Virginia University Library, 1958. 160p.
SLOANE, ERIC, American Barns and Covered Bridges. New York, Wilfred

Funk [c!954]. 112p.

, American Yesterday. New York, Wilfred Funk [c!956]. 123p.

, Our Vanishing Landscape. New York, Wilfred Funk [c!955]. 107p.

SMITH, DANEEL M., Robert Lansing and American Neutrality, 1914-1917.

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1958. 241p. (University of

California Publications in History, Vol. 59.)
SMITH, DENIS MACK, Italy; a Modern History. Ann Arbor, University of

Michigan Press [c!959]. [536]p.
STEINBERG, ALFRED, Mrs. R., the Life of Eleanor Roosevelt. New York, G. P.

Putnam's Sons [c!958]. 384p.
TAYLOR, ORVILLE W., Negro Slavery in Arkansas. Durham, N. C., Duke

University Press, 1958. 282p.
THOMPSON, RAYMOND H., ed., Migrations in the New World Culture History.

Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 1958. 68p. (University of Arizona

Bulletin Series, Social Science Bulletin, No. 27.)


THOMPSON, STITH, Motif-Index of Folk-Literature . . . Revised and

Enlarged Edition. Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1955]. 6 Vols.
U. S. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, Abraham Lincoln; an Exhibition at the Library

of Congress in Honor of the 150th Anniversary of His Birth. Washington,

D. C., Library of Congress, 1959. 94p.
VAN AKEN, MARK J., Pan-Hispanism; Its Origin and Development to 1866.

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1959. 166p. (University of

California Publications in History, Vol. 63.)
WALLACH, KATE, Research in Louisiana Law. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State

University Press [c!958]. 238p. (Louisiana State University Studies.

Social Science Series, No. 6.)

WALSH, WARREN BARTLETT, Russia and the Soviet Union. Ann Arbor, Uni-
versity of Michigan Press [c!958]. [663]p.
WEBER, EUGEN, The Nationalist Revival in France, 1905-1914. Berkeley,

University of California Press, 1959. 237p. (University of California

Publications in History, Vol. 60.)
Who's Who in the Midwest. Chicago, Marquis Who's Who [c!956, c!959].

2 Vols.
Who's Who of American Women, a Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living

American Women. Chicago, A. N. Marquis Company, 1958. 1438p.
WILCOX, VIRGINIA LEE, Colorado; a Selected Bibliography of Its Literature,

1858-1952. Denver, Sage Books [c!954]. 151p.
WOLFORD, LEAH JACKSON, Play-Party in Indiana, Edited and Revised by W.

Edson Richmond and William Tillson. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical

Society, 1959. 326p. (Indiana Historical Society Publications, Vol. 20,

No. 2.)
YALE, WILLIAM, The Near East, a Modern History. Ann Arbor, University of

Michigan Press [c!958]. [504]p.

Bypaths of Kansas History


From the Washington Weekly Republican, July 18, 1873.

A beautiful little story comes to us from down the Kansas Pacific. Out on
the plains, about two hundred miles from Denver [near the Kansas-Colorado
border], is a vertical bluff seventy-five feet high. A party of hunters recently
stampeded a herd of buffaloes right to the brink of the precipice. The fore-
most brutes, appreciating their critical situation attempted to avert the calamity,
but the frightened hundreds behind crowded forward with characteristic
persistency. The front rank, with legs stretched toward each cardinal point
of the compass, bellowed in concert and descended to their fate. Before the
pressure from behind could be stopped, the next rank followed, imitating the
gestures and the bellowing of the first. For thirty seconds it rained buffaloes
and the white sand at the foot of that bluff was incarnadine with the life-blood
of wild meat, and not until the tails of fifty or seventy-five of the herd had
waved adieu to this wicked world did the movement cease. Denver News-


From the Holton Recorder 6- Express, November 4, 1875.

BREAD AND MILK SOCIAL. The ladies of the M. E. Church will hold their
social Friday evening next, at Walker's Hall. Bread and milk and cake and
coffee will be served for refreshments.


From The Commonwealth, Topeka, July 27, 1876.

The Kirwin Chief tells how a couple from Nebraska came to Kirwin to get
married. The preacher told them he could not go ahead without a license
from the Probate Judge who lives at Logan. The bride "lit out" for Logan
Saturday evening and was back by Sunday morning having traveled sixty miles.


From the Greensburg Rustler, April 15, 1886.

There was a little sensation at the billiard hall a few evenings ago. A
husband, who had gone out to meet the boys at the club room, stayed too
long; the wife went out in search of her truant, but could not get admission.
Mild and persuasive language failed to get him out, so the wife had to resort
to the same method the farmer did to get the boy out of the apple tree. A
few stones found their way through the window, causing the "hubby" to
come out and go where all good husbands go to the bosom of his family.


Kansas History as Published in the Press

Several letters written by S. G. Grain to his family during the
opening of the Cherokee strip in 1893 in which he participated, with
an introduction and notes by Hilda Billman, were printed in the
Caldwell Messenger, August 20, September 7, 14, 1959.

Among brief histories of Kansas churches published recently
were: Mt. Orum Baptist church, near Redfield, Fort Scott Tribune,
October 7, 1959; Alert Evangelical Covenant church, near Leonard-
ville, Clay Center Dispatch, October 15; First Presbyterian church,
Fort Scott, Fort Scott Tribune, October 30; Preston Methodist
church, Pratt Tribune, December 3; Halstead Presbyterian church,
Halstead Independent, January 15, 22, 1960; and St. Agnes church,
Grainfield, Grainfield Cap Sheaf, January 15.

History associated with the Little Town well, on the site of pres-
ent Oswego, was discussed by Wayne A. O'Connell in an article
appearing in the Oswego Democrat and the Oswego Independent,
October 16, 1959. Recently the well curbing was restored, and a
bronze tablet, giving a brief history of the spot, has been erected.

Biographical sketches of two senior citizens of Winfield, by
Maudine Banks, recently appeared in the Winfield Daily Courier:
Mrs. Charles Parks in the issue of November 9, 1959, and Mrs. Lottie
Abbott, December 1.

The life of 90-year-old Percy L. Miller was reviewed in Elizabeth
Barnes' column, "Historic Johnson County/' in the Johnson County
Herald, Overland Park, December 10, 1959.

In December, 1869, Joseph Douglass platted the Butler county
town that bears his name, according to a brief history of Douglass
by Gladys Sherar, in the Douglass Tribune, December 16, 1959.
The reminiscences of Mrs. Hattie Nash Adamson, pioneer Douglass
resident, were published in the Tribune, March 9, 16, 23, 1960.

Mrs. Kate Marshall's reminiscences of life in early Thomas county
appeared in the Colby Free Press-Tribune, December 24, 1959. On
February 25, 1960, the Free Press-Tribune began publication of a
series of reminiscences by early settlers of the Colby area, including:
George H. Kinkel, Mrs. A. J. Allen, John Hubbard, and Mrs. Anna
See Kiefer.



Historical articles in recent issues of the Hays Daily News in-
cluded: "Pioneer Justice Administered in Old Stone Barn at Ellis,"
by Kittie Dale, January 3, 1960; "Buffalo Hunting Relieved Monot-
ony for Hardy Pioneers in Old Hays City," January 10; "Baptist
Minister [Rev. A. L. King] and Family Led Tennessee Colonists
Here," and "Early Ellis County Settlers Included Not Two, but 26,
Separate Colonies," January 24; "Legislator [W. N. Morphy] Foiled
[Gen. Philip] Sheridan Attempt to Make Fort Hays Permanent
Post," by Mollie Madden, February 14; "Hays Mapped College in
'80s but Plans Just Disappeared," February 21; and "March of Time
Changes All but Church and Unser Leute [in Hersog]," by Mollie
Madden, March 27.

Historical articles in recent issues of the Jetmore Republican in-
cluded: biographical information by Mrs. Annie Mooney on the
family of her pioneer grandfather, Daniel Gleason, January 28, 1960;
impressions of pioneer life in Hodgeman county as experienced by
Jessie Ruff as a child, February 11; "A History of Mould Family,"
by Dan C. Mould, February 25; and the story of the settlement of
Kidderville, in present Hodgeman county, by the late Sam H. Pitts,
March 10.

Recent historical articles in the Independence Daily Reporter
included: "Montgomery County Carved Out of Indian Land in
1869," by Wilma Schweitzer, January 31, 1960; and "Oak Valley

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