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80 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002.

Laut, A[gnes] C[hristina]. The story of the trapper. . .Illustrated by Arthur Heming and other*. New
York, D.Appleton and company, 1902. xv, 284 p. front., pi. 19%cm. ([The story of the West series])
[Rev.lu:Nation 76(1903)39-40 "perfection and charm of .. .pictures. . .results. . .welcome news. . .to.. .
most thoroughgoing votaries of outing. . .lack [s] nothing but. . .Index"; Hist Pub Canad '02.7(1903)109-17
"a very Interesting popular account of the fur trade." L.C. 2-28285]

Mackenzie. History of the fur trade and voyages to the Arctic. New York, New Amsterdam Co. 2 rol.
1902.

Mackenzie, Alexander. Voyages from Montreal through the continent of North America to the frozen and
Pacific oceans in 1789 and 1763. [For details see same title under subject. Canada.]

Victor, Frances Fuller. The American fur trade in the far West. Oreg Q 3(1902)260-70.
FVRMAN, Howard Van Fleet (ab. 1857-1902). Metallurgist, educator, engineer, writer.

Howard Van Fleet Furman, M. K. Colurab Q 4(1902)285-7.
FVRMAN family.

Brumby and Furman notes (note). S C Hist Mas 3(1902)115-6.
FURNITURE (colonial). Household equipment.

Bickford, Clara Emerson. The homes of our forefathers. Conn Mag 7(1902)493-500, ill.

Mltchelson, John. Household furniture, 1751 ( note). Va Mag 8(1902)425-6.

Morse, Frances Clary. Furniture of the olden time. . . New York, London, The Macmlllan company, 1902.
xvll, 371 p. Incl. 111., pi. front. 21cm. [Rev.ln:Dial 33(1902)474 "examples ... from [1650-1850]. . .nar-
ratlv Is free, unforced, and sufficiently succinct and well digested"; Nation 75(1^^-^504-5 "a book upon
old colonial furniture and nothing else. . .may. . .have its place to fill." L.C. 2-28413]

M., W. S. Colonial furnitura. Bk-Buyer 23(1901-2)553-9, 111.

N o r t o n, C. A. Qnlncy. The lights and lamps of early New England. Conn Mag 7(1902)501-13, 111.

S p a 1 d 1 n g, A. T. The old blue plates. New Eng M 26(1902)54-62, 111.

FYFE family.

Fyfe, John W. James Fyfe of Berlin, Mass., and his descendants. N E Rog 56(1902)167-72.
GABOURY, Marie Anne (fl.1807). Settler in Manitoba.

D u g a s t, Abbe. The first Canadian woman in the Northwest. Hist Soc Manit Trans No. 62(1902)32.
GAINE, Hugh (1726-1807). N. Y. orinter, journalist.

Ford, P. L., ed. Journals of Hugh Gaine, printer. N. Y., Dodd, 1902. 2v. 80., ill ["The first volume
is a biography and bibliography; volume 2, journals and letters. The issues of Hugh Gaine's press,
1752-1800, comprise pages 85-174 of the first volume ... most Interesting ... in the history of publishing
in New York City."]
GALLITZIN (Father). Catholic priest.

Father Gallitzin an abstainer. Am Catb Res 19(1902)71.
GALLOWAY, Joseph (1731-1803). Pa. loyalist, lawyer, writer.

Baldwin, Ernest H[iokok]. Joseph Galloway, the loyalist politician... Philadelphia, 1902. 1 p. 1., 113 p.
25%cm. [Bibliography: p. 110-113. Reprinted from the Pennsylvania magazine of history and biogra-
phy, July-Dec., 1902. L.C. 3-10049]
GAL VAN (Major) (d.1782). French officer in Am. Revolution.

Suicide of Major Galvan. Penn Mag 26(1902)407-8.
GALVESTON, Tex. City and port of Galveston Co. about 550 m. W. by S. of New Orleans.

Halstead, Murat. Galveston. Chicago, Dominion, 1902. 12o.
GAMBIER, 0. Village of Knox Oo. 5 m. E. of Mt. Vernon.
Gorman, Edward A. Monumental inscriptions from Rosso Chapel cemetery, Gambler, O. Old Northw

Q 4(1901)134-6; 5(1902)13-5.

GAMBON, Thomas F. (1837-1901). Ky. Catholic chancellor and vicar general.
R t. R e v. Monsignor Thos. F. Gambon. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)56.124, port.
GARDENS. Enclosed cultivated spaces.
Lowell, Guy. American gardens. Boston, Bates & Guild Co., 1902. 112 plate. [Rev.in:Nation 74(1902)

471 "Remarkable collection of photographs. . .introduction. . .Is., .essay on... history of gardening."]
GARDINER family.

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

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details see same title under subject, Haines family.]
GARFIELD, James Abram (1831-81). Twentieth President of the United States.

Fallows, Samuel. . . .Life of William McKlnley, our martyred president, with short biographies of Lin-
coln and Garfleld. [For details see same title under McKinley, William.
Tltherington, R. H. Lincoln Garfleld McKinley. Munsey 27(1902)306.
GARFIELD, James R. (b.1865). Ohio lawyer, V. S. Civil Service commissioner.
The new Civil Service commissioner. Outl 71(1902)27, port.



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 81

GARNETT, Robert Selden (1819-61). Va. Confederate General.

M a x w e 1 1, H. Retreat of General Robert S. Garnett. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2)225-33.
GARRETT, William Robertson (fl.1901). Tenn. Confederate General, educator and writer.

William and Mary College in 1858. Wiii M Q 10(1902)251-7.
GATES, John Warne (b.1855). Chicago capitalist.

L e f e v r e, Edwin. John Warne Gates. Cosmopol 33(1902)535-8, port.
GAZELLE, Pierre (fl. 1793-6). French abbe, resident in Canada.

C h e r T r o t, G. Du. L'abbe Pierre Gazelle. Rech Hist 8(1902)185-6.
GEAR, John Henry (1825-1900). Iowa Governor, U. S. senator.
D e y, Peter A. John Henry Gear (including Senator Allison's memorial address). Iowa Hist Bee 18(1902)

497-509, port.
GEAUGA Co., 0. A county in the N.E. part of Ohio.

A record of the Revolutionary soldiers buried in Lake county, Ohio, with a partial list of those in Geauga

Co. [For details sec same title under subject, Lake Co., O.]
GENEALOGY. Family history.

Extracts from the register of [various parishes] in the County of Wilts, etc. Penn Mag 26(1902)412.
Genealogical guide to the early settlers of America. 225-81 inserted in Spirit of '76 8(1902).
Genealogical Quarterly Magazine. Burlington, Vt. Quarterly. T. 3, 1902. p. 255.
H e r r 1 c k, Lucius C. A list of pedigrees in the visitations of Oxford, 1566, 1574 and 1634. Old Northw

5(1902)16-7.
Lea, J. Henry. Genealogical gleanings among the English archives. N K Reg 55(1901)95-106, 331-41,

432-9; 56(1902)84-7,196-7,308-18,402-7.
Palmer, Henrietta R. A list of genealogies in tho library of the New Jersey Historical Society. N J

Ilist S 3(1902)19-35.

R i d g w a y, Charles Arthur. The relations of genealogy to history. Old Northw Q 5(1902)7-9.
Rye, Walter. The genealogical value of wills. Old Northw Q 4(1901)815; 5(1902)10-12.
Welles, Edwin Stanley. Studies in ancestry. Conn Mag 7(1902)396-402.
Note. Other unanalysed genealogical items may be found In historical and genealogical periodicals. See

subject, Periodicals.
GENERAL federation of women's clubs.

Ba ry, Harriet H. The sixth biennial. Out West 16(1902)557-05, 111., port.
GENEVA, N. Y. Town of Ontario Co. 16 m. E. of Canandaiftua.

Geneva, N. Y. Chamber of commerce. Geneva on Sececa Lake, prepared by Prank H. Taylor... Geneva,

Chamber of commerce, 1902. 108 p. incl. 111., port., map. plan. 17 x 27cm. [L.C. 3-90H)J
GEOGRAPHY. Description of the earth's surface and its inhabitants.

Amerika. Xlteste Karte m. d. Namen. Amertka. Hist. -Pol. Bl. f. d. Kath.( 1902) 697-710.
A m c r 1 k a. D. alteste Karte m. d. Namen amerika. Borsemb. f. d. dtschn. Buchh. (1902)No.l6.
Bartholomew, J. G. Twentieth century cltisen's atlas of the world. N. Y., Scribuer, 1902. fo.
Bartholomew, J[ohn] G[eorge]. The international student's atlas of modern geography; a series of 101

physical, political, and statistical maps, compiled from British and foreign surveys and the latest re-
sults of international research... London, G.Newnes, limited [1902] viil, 90 p. (map), 1 1., 69, [1] p.

34cm. [Rev.inrNatlon 74(1902)307 "Index... N. British Empire. . .best looked after. . .maps. . .clear and

well executed." L.C. 2-13322]
Gannett, Henry. . . .The origin of certain place names in the United States. Washington, Gov't print.

off., 1902. 280, [Hi] p. 23cm. (U. S. Geological survey. [Bulletin no. 197. ser. F. Geography, 32])

["Authorities": p. 12-16. L.C. 3-11774]
McMurry, Charles [Alexander]. A teacher's manual of geography to accompany Tarr and McMurry's seriei

of geographies. New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1902. 2 p. 1., 107 p. 19cm. ["Refer-
ences to books, articles, etc.": p. 95-107. L.C. 2-20488]
Place names of the D. S. Nat Geog M 13(1902)403.
Roddy, H[enry] Justin. Complete geography... New York, Cincinnati [etc.] American book company

[1902] 144 p. incl ill., maps. 32cm. [61.Men.ln:Dlal 33(1902)125 "more simplified treatment ... than ...

in most school books." L.C. 2-16215]
Roddy, H. Justin. Elementary geography... New York, Cincinnati [etc] American book company [1902]

128 p. incl. ill., map. 19cm. [61.Men.ln:Dlal 33(1902)125 '-more simplified treatment ... than ... in most

school books." L.C. 2-13094]
Soulsby, Basil H[anington]. The first map containing the name America... [London and Beccles, W.

Clowes & sons, 1902] cover- title, 9 p. 25cm. "From 'The Geographical Journal' for February, 1902."

[L.C. 3-8383]
Sydow, E. v. it Habenicht, H. Methodiscber wand-atlas 6.-Nord-Amerika 7.-Sf1d- Amerika. Gotha, Perthes,

1902.



82 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

GEORGE, Henry, Jr. (b.1862). N. Y. journalist.

George, H. jr. Lage In d. Vereln Staat v. N.-A. Dtsche. Volkstlmme (.1902)28-31.
GEORGE, J. Z. (1826-97). Miss, politician, V. S. senator, Confederate General.

Johnston, Frank. The conference of October 15th, 1875, between General George and Governor Ames.

Miss Hist P 6(1902)65-77.
GEORGIA. One of the Gulf States of the TT. 8.

Butts, Sarah Harriet. The mothers of some distinguished Georgians of the last half of the century...
New York, Press of J.J.Llttle & co [1902] 7 p. 1., 196 p. port. 30cm. IL.C. 3-26]

Daughters of the American revolution. Georgia. Joseph Habersham chapter. Atlanta. Historical collec-
tions. Dalton, Ga., The A.J.Showalter co., printers, 1902. v. 23cm. [Ed. by Mrs. William Lawson
Peel. [Rev.ln. -South Hist A Pub 6(1902)439 " 'full of defects. . .will do Incalculable harm,' " but great
mass of material. L.C. 2-7321]

Joseph Gault's fifth edition of his Reports, entitled A coat of many colors. Amertcus, Ga., Amerlcus law
book co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 56 p. 23%cm. [L.C. 3-29125]

Georgia's new Confederate Home. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)490-1, ill., port.

Hillyer, S[haler] G[ranby]. Reminiscences of Georgia Baptists. . .together with a story of the author'*
life, written by his daughter [Louisa C. Hillyer] Atlanta, Ga., Foote & Davles company, 1902. vll p.,
1 1., 294 p. front, (port.) 20cm. [L.C. 2-24390]

Hiihner, Leon. The Jews of Georgia in colonial times... From the Publications of the American Jewish
historical society, no. 10, 1902. [Baltimore, 1902] cover-title, [65]-95 p. 24%cm. [L.C. 3-31541]

H u 1 1, A. L. Bound newspaper files in the library of thi> University of Georgia, at Athens. Gulf Mag
1(1902)205-6.

Mitchell, Fes. L. Georgia land and people. Atlanta, Ga., F.L.Mitchell, 1902. 12o.

Phillips, THrich Bonnell. ...Georgia and state rights. A study of the political history of Georgia from
the revolution to the civil war, with particular regard to federal relations. Washington, Gov't irlnt.
off., 1902. 224 p. pi., maps. 23%cm. [From v. II of the Annual report of the American historical as-
sociation for 1901. Bibliography: p. 211-220. Rev.inrAm. Hist R 8(1903)785-6(J.A.Woodburn) "fulfils its
title... of Interest, not only to the special student. . .but to the general student of American politics...
good index." L.C. 3-3217]

Phillips, Dlrlch Bonnell. Georgia and state rights. Am Hist A Rep '01.2(1902)3-220, maps.

R a m a g e, B. J. Georgia and the Cherokees. Am Hist Hag 7(1902)199-208.

S e m m e s, R. Georgians in the Naval service of the Confederacy. Gulf Mag 1(1902)139-40.
GEORGIA University. State University at Athens, Ga.. fd. 1785.

The Centennial of the University of Georgia. South Work 30(1901)426-7.

Ellis, Leonora Beck. Georgia's educational center. R of Rs 25(1902)571-4, ill., port.
GERMAINE, M. 1851-1901). Catholic nun and teacher.

Mother M. Germalne. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)59,133, port.
GERMAN-AMERICAN relations. Public and social relations between Germany and the U. 8.

Beck, Carl. Der Commers alter deutscher Studenten in Amertka ZH Ehron des Prlnzen Heinrich in New
York. Am Germ 4(1902)342-9.

Beckmann. Die evang. Gesellschaft fur d. prot. Deutschen In Amerika. Deutsch-Bvangeliseg. (1902)
171-6.

Dtschld. u.d. Vereinigt. Stnat. Bayer. Handelszelt. (1902)Nr.34.

Falbisaner, Adolf. Das deutsche Lied in der deutsch-am. Dlchtung. Deutsch-Am G 2.2(1902)33-9.

F 1 c k, H. H. German controbutions to American progress. Educa 22(1902)363(F).

F 1 s k, George M. German-American diplomatic and commercial relations, historically considered. R of
Rs 25(1902)223-8.

F r a n c k e, Kuno. Deutsche cultur In den Verelnlghten Staaten und das germanlsche museum der Har-
vard-Unlversitat. Deutsche Rundschau 111(1902)127-45.

Halle, E. v. Dtschld. u. d. Off. Melng. i. d. Verein Staat v. N.-A. Preuss. Jahrb. (1902)107.8.189-212.

Rosengarten, J. G. German influence in America. Lipplne 69(1902)501 (Ap).

H 8 t z s c h. Dtschld. u. d. nordamerik. Irnperlallsmus. Akad Blatter (1902)16.J.377-83.

J a f f 6, B. Dtschld. u. ameriknn. Konkurrenz [nuch A. Weber]. Dtsche. Runds. (1902)108.8.146-52.

Schiemann, Th. Deutschland und die Grosse polltik anno 1901. Berlin, Reimer, 1902. [Rev.in:Am Hist
R 8(1902) 184(Poultney Blgelow) "reads like a gospel of hatred ... full of Jingo phrases. . .deplorable
Ignorance of things in England and the United States. . .idea. . .Is excellent. . .half .. .represents opinions
of no value, or worse than none."]

Steinberg, America's first embassadorlal building In Berlin. Overland n s 40(1902)139.

V i e r e c k, L. Die veretalgung alter deutscher studenten In Amerika. Am Germ 4(1902)155-206.

von Ruville, Von Albert. Die Deutsche Elnigungswerk 1m Lichte des Amerikanischen. Halle, Max Nie-
meyer, 1902. pp. 128. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1902)179 "Interesting. . .of things American Is generally
appreciative and sometimes laudatory ... falls ... to do justice... In regard to the Monroe doctrine ... care-
ful, thoughtful and suggestive."]



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 88

GERMAN-AMERICANS. Americans of German birth or (loosely) ancestry.

Bittinger, Lucy Forney. The Pennsylvania Germans. New Bng M 26(1002)366-84,498-512,617-24.
Bruncken, Ernest. The political <actlTlty of Wisconsin Germans, 1854-60. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)

190-211.

K u nst- n, G. C. Das Frankfurter Attontat. (Cause of emigration to A.). Deutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)1-15.
D e i I e r, H. Zahlenmftssiger Rtickgang d. DentschlHnder. Dtsche. Erde (1902)170.
Deutsch-Amerikanische Geschichtsblatter, vierteljahrssohrift herausarepeben von der Deutsch-Amerikan.

histor. Gesellschaft Ton Illinois, Chicago, v. 3. 1902. p. 272.

D e u t s c h und schwelzer Rlchter in Illimois 1m ISten Jahrhundert. Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)62.
D 1 b e 1 i u s, W. Lage d. Dtschtums in d. Verein Staat T. N.-A. Polytech. Centralbl (1902)Mai 239-49.
Die Deutschen in Ponnsylvanien. Deutscho Rundschau 112(1902)462-8.
Dtsche. i. Kriegsdienst d. Verein. Staat. Mil. Wochenbl. (1902)Nr.61.
D t 8 c h e. i. Kriegsdienst d. Verein Staat. Mll-Ztg(1902)Nr.27.

G o t w a 1 d, Frederich Gebharf. The Teutonic factor in American history- Luth Ch Rer 21 (1902) 299-423.
Hatfield, James Taf t. Deutsche Im spanlsch-amcrikanischen Kriege. Ein Beltrag cur neuesten Ges-

rhlchte. Dentsch-Am G 2.2(1902)43-5.

Hense-Jensen, W. Influence of the Germans in Wisconsin. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)144-7.
Hense-Jensen, Wilhelm. Wisconsin's Dentsch-Amerikaner, bin rum schlnss des neunzehnten jahrhnndertR.

[For details see same title under subject, Wisconsin.]
Jahresberichte. Die Deutsch-Amerlk Hlstorische GeKellschaft an die Mitglleder. Deutsch-Ara G

2.1(1902)58-60.
Mannbardt, E. Deutsch Thellnehmer am Mezlkanischen Kriege Ton La Salle county. Deutsch-Am G

2.3(1902)48-9.

Mannhardt, E. Deutsches Blut in Mt. Morris township, Ogle county, 111. Deutsch-Am 2.3(1902)45-7.
N e u e Z&hlg. d. Deutschen Nordamerikas. Echo (1902)Nr.50.
Pennsylvania German, The. Lebanon, Pa. Quarterly, T.3. 1902.
Roberstein, Paul. Gescblchte der Deutschen in Buffalo and Erie county, N. Y . [For details see same title

under subject, Buffalo, N. Y.]

Rosengarten, J[oseph] G[eorge] 1836 ...German Influence In America... [Philadelphia?] 1902. 4 p.
24cm. [Caption title. Reprinted from Lipplncott's magazine for April, 1902. L.C. 2-28241]
S t r a n t s, K. T. D. Deutsch-amerlkaner. Gegenwart (1902)No.8.

Wannhardt, Emil. Die altesten dentschen Ansiedler TOD Illinois. II. Deutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)49-54.
Way land, John W. The Germans of the valley. Va Mag 8(l02)337-52,422-3[note] ; 10,33-48,113-50.
\V Ir tb, Albr. Dentschtum In Amerika. Dtsch. Ztsch. (1902)Aprll 2-5.
GERMANNA. Va. A German settlement (1714), Orange Co.. now extinct.
Mannhardt, Emil. Der uraprnng Germanna's, der ersten dentschen Niederlassung in Virginien.

Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)28-32.

GERMANTOWN. Fa. A former independent town, now annexed to Philadelphia.
Jenkins, Charles F[ranoi]. The guide book to historic Germantown, prepared for the Site & relic society.

Germantown, 1902. 170 p. incl. front., pi. fold. map. 16cm. [''A partial bibliography of German-
town": p. 9-10. L.C. 2-17638]

L i n c o 1 n, C. H. Washington's plan for the attack at Germantown. Penn Mag 26(1902)387-8.
GERRY, El bridge (1744-1814). Mass, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

.1 e n k s, H. F. comma, by. [Letter of] Jared Sparks. Mans Hist Soc Proc II 15(1901-2)89-92.
GETTYSBURG (Pa.). Civil War battle, July 1-8, 1863.
A s h c, S. A. The charge at Gettysburg. N C Bookl 1.11(1902)3-28.
V. S. Gettysburg national military park commission. . . . Annual reports to the secretary of war. 1893-

1901. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 56 p. J83 pi. 24cm. [Issued also as Senate doc. no. 453.

57th Cong., 1st BOSS. L.C. 3-5231]

GIBATTLT, Pierre (fl.1779). French Canadian priest of Kaskuskia.

Peyton, Pauline Lancaster. Pierre Gibault, priest nnd patriot, or the Northwest in the eighteenth cen-
tury. Records Am Cath Hist Soc Phila 12( 1902 )No.4, 452-98.
GIBBON, John (1827-96). Union General in Civil War, writer.

Gibbon, John. Personal recollections of Appomattos. Cent 63(1901-2)936-43.
GIBBS. Mifflin Wlstar (b.1823). Pa. jurist, U. 8. Consul to Madagascar.
Gibbs, Mifflin Wistar. Shadow and light; an autobiography with reminiscences of the last and present

century. With an introduction by Booker T. Washington... Washington, D. C., 1902. XT, [2], 4-372

pp. front., pi., port. 20cm. [L.C. 2-4974]
GIBSON, William Hamilton (18(0-96). Conn, artist, writer.

Adams, John Coleman, D. D. Gibson, the artist -naturalist of Connecticut. Conn Mag 7(1902)340-55.



84 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

GIFFARD, Ignace Marie Francis de Saint. First Canadian nun.

La premifire religieuse canadienne: Marie -Francois Giffard de Saint-Ignace. Messenger canadien du

Sacrfi-Coeur de Jesus. Feb. 1902.
GIFFARD, Robert (fl.1658). Founder of Beauport, Canada.

Robert Giffard, etait-il noble? Rech Hist 8(1902)314-5.
GILBERT family.

Brainard, Homer W. One of the Gilbert family of New England; ancestry of Sarah Rebecca (Gilbert)
Bloss, (wife of John B. Bloss, of Washington, D. C.), eighth In descent from Jonathan Gilbert, of Hart-
ford, Conn. Washington, D. C., Jndd .% Detweiler, printers, 1902. 17 p. 23V 2 cm. [L.C. 3-3195]
GILDER8LEVE, Basil Lanneau (1.1831). Johns Hopkins Univ. professor, writer.

Gildersleeves, B. L. Studies in honor of Basil L. Gilderslevt>. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, 1902. So.
GILL school city. School with self-gov't on the model of city gov't.

White, James T. The Gill school city. Gunton's M 22(1902)535-43.
GILLET, Louis Florent (1813-92). Catholic priest.

Rev. Louis Florent Gillet, C. SS. R. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)383, port.
GILMAN, Daniel Coit (b.1813). President Johns Hopkins Univ. and Carnegie Institution, writer.

Oilman, Daniol C. Pleasant incidents of an academic life. Scrlb M 31(1902)614-24.

(I i J in a ii, Daniel C. Some noteworthy scholars. Scrib M .31(1902)460-71.
GILMORE, Mich. Township of Benzie Co. on Lake Michigan.

Perry, John S. Early history of Gilmore and South Frankfort. Mich Hist Coll '01.31(1902)125-30.
GILPIN, Edward Woodward (1803-76). Del. Chief Justice.

Lore, Charles B[rown], ...The life and character of Edward W. Gilpin... Read before the Historical
society of Delaware, Jan. 20, 1902. Wilmington, The Historical society of Delaware, 1902. 17 p. front.,
pi., port. 24%cin. (Delaware historical society. Papers [no.] 34) [L.C. 3-14084]
GIROD, Amury (fl.1837). Canadian author and General.

H u g u e t - L a t o u r, L.-A. Bellefeuille, L.-E. de. Amury Girod. Rech Hist 8(1902)139-46.
GIROUARD family.

G 1 rou a rd, Desire. La famille Girouard en France. Rech Hist 8(1902)289-91(93).

M. d e s Goals. Notes de. Rech Hist 8(1902)294-300.
GLEASON family.

Cole, Prank T. Gleason [family]. Old Northw Q 4(1901)7-8; 5(1902)82-4,130-2.
GLOUCESTER, Mass. City and port, Essex Co., 28 m. N.N.E. of Boston.

Pickford, Mrs. Anna M. Marriages from the almanac diary, 1761-1764. of Rev. Samuel Chandler of

Gloucester, Mass. N E Reg 56(1902)318-9.
GOAT ISLAND, R. I. Island in Newport harbor.

Herreshoff, Grace. The U. S. Naval torpedo station. New Eng M 26(1902)167-81, 111.
GODKIN, Edwin Lawrence (1831-1902). N. Y. editor, writer.

Bishop, Joseph B. Personal recollections of Er L. Godkiii. Cent 64(1902)694-700.

Edwin Lawrence Godkin. Nation 74(1902)403-4.
GOLD. Precious metal used as standard of value.

Harvey, Charles M. Another revolutionary Increase of gold. World's Work 5(1902-3)2737-41.

Production de 1'or anx fttats-Onls et au Klondyke en 1901. ficon Franc 11 Jan (19021.

Rice, George M. Gold: its distribution, identification, and metallurgy. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)389-402.
GOOCHLAND County, Va. County in center of state.

Goochland county militia officers, 1771 and 1781 (note). Va Mag 9(1902)424-5.
GOODYEAR, Henry A. (1818-1901). Mich, pioneer, State senator.

Henry A. Goodyear (obituary). Mich Mist Coll '01.31(1902)14-5.
GORDON, James (d.1768). Va. merchant and officer.

Journal of Col. James Gordon, of Lancaster County, Va. Wm M Q 11(1902)98-112.
GORGETS (Indian).

B r o w n, C. E. Pierced tablets or gorgets in the W. H. Ellsworth collection at Milwaukee. Wis Arch 1

(1901-2)37-41, plate.
GORHAM, Charles T. (1812-1901). Mich, banker, Major General, diplomat.

Charles T. Gorham (obituary). Mich Hist Coll '01.31(1902)27-31.
GORHAM family.

Bowman, George Ernest. Captain John Gorham's estate. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)153-8, facs.

Bowman, George Ernest. Desire (Howland) Gorham's estate. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)217-20.



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Gorham, Henry S. Gorhams of Hardwiek, Muss. Boston, Press of David Clapp & Son, 1902. 8vo. pp. 8.
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arranged."]

G o r h a m, Henry S. Gorbams of Hardwiek, Mass. N E Reg 56(1902)75-50, facs.
GOSMEB, John (d.1660). L. I. pioneer, town magistrate.

Woodruff, Francis E. Mr. John Gosmer. N J Hist S 3(1902)36-42.
GOTT, Benjamin (1706-1751). MASS, physician.

Davis, Horace. Dr. Benjamin Gott's library. N E Reg 56(1902)340-4.
GRAFLY, Charles (b.1862). Philadelphia sculptor.

D a 1 1 1 n, Vittoria C. Charles Grafly's work. New Eng M 25(1901-2)228-35, ill., port.
GRAND Army of the Republic. Association of Union veterans of the Civil War.

Grand army of the republic. Dept. of Wisconsin. George A. Ouster post, no. 140. Roster of Custer post,
no. 140, G. A. R. Ashland, Wisconsin, [n. p., 1902?] cover-title, 8 p. incl. port., diagr. 22cm. [L.C.
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Journals of the Encampment Proceedings of the Department of Massachusetts G. A. R., from 1881 to
1887, inclusive. Reprinted by order of the Department Encampment of 1900. Boston, Mass., E.B.Still-
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. City of Kent Co. 60 m. W.N.W. of Lansing.

T holts, A. T. Grand Rapids, the furniture city. Nat'l M (Bost) 16(1902)479-86, ill.
GRANDMAISON (fl. 1759-74). Canadian, active in Acadian affairs.

L. e s 1 e u r Grandmaison. Koch Hist 8(1902)347-60.
GRANT, Ulysses S. (1822-85). Eighteenth President of U. S.

B e a t t y, J. Ulysses S. Grant. A characterization sketch. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)232-45.
Poore, B. P., and Tiffany, 0. K. Life of U. S. Grant.( Biog. of famous men.) Chicago, Donohue, 1902. 12o.
GRAVES (Grave) family.

S m y t h, R. D. George Grave, or Graves, and his descendants. N E Rog 56(1902)260-4.
T a 1 c o t t, Mary K. Graves (note). N E Reg 56(1902)409.
GREAT LAKES, The. Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario.



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