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LEWIS, Meriwether (1774-1809). Explorer, Governor of Louisiana.

Kingsley, Nellie F. Four American explorers: Captain Meriwethcr Lewis, Captain William Clark, General
John C. Fremont, Dr. Elisha K. Kane; a book for young Americans. New York, Chicago [etc.] Werner
school book company [1902] 271 p. incl. 111., port., map. 19cm. (The four great Americans series, 8)
[Rev.in:Dial 32(1902)353 "Lewis, Clark, Fremont, and Kane... are chronicled in simple and interesting
language." L.C. 2-12943]
LEWIS, Theodore Hayes (b.1866). Am. archaeologist, writer.

[Theodore Hayes Lewis.] Miss Hist P 6(1902)449.
LEWIS family.

Lewis family. Wm M Q 11(1902)39-47,78,146.

Lewisiana, or Lewis letter. Gullford, Conn. 1902. vol. 12. nos. 7 Jan 12 Jane ; vol. 13. 1 Jan 6 Dec.

[Strictly family history, occasional biog. art and port.]
LEWIS and Clark expedition. An exploration of nearly the whole Northwest, 1804-6.

Dye, Eva Emery. The conquest; the true story of Lewis and Clark... Chicago, A.C.McClurg & company,
1902. ix, [1] p., 1 1., 443 p. front. 21cm. [Rev.in:Dial 33(1902)461-4 "not easy to class this book as
either a history or a romance." L.C. 2-27733]

History of the Expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark to the sources of the Missouri,
across the Rocky Mountains, down the Columbia River to the Pacific in 1604-6. (A reprint of the edition
of 1814) Toronto, Geo. N. Morang & Co., 1902. 3 vols. pp 416; 382; 410. maps. [Rev.ln:Hist Pub
Canad '02.7(1903)109-17 "is a reprint. . .without note or comment."]

Lewis, [Meriwether]. History of the expedition of Captains Lewis and Clark, 1804-5-6; reprinted from the
edition of 1814; with introduction and index by James K. Hosmer... Chicago, A.C.McClurg & co., 1902.
2 T front, (port.) map, plan. 22cm. [Contains facsimile t.-p. of original edition of 1814 Rev.ln:Am



118 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

Hist R 8(1903)588-9 "for the general reader ... entirely satisfactory. . .in most attractive form a reprint
of the Blddle edition of 1814"; Nation 75(1902)380 "Clear and handsome reprint ... Introduction con-
tain [s] .. .view of... causes [of] .. .purchase. .. [of Louisiana] .. .index"; Dial 33(l'J02)461-4(J.O.Plerce)
"faithful reproduction ... graceful Introduction in which the largo import or' that expedition ... [is] tersely
yet felicitously summed up"; Hist Pub Canad '02.7(1903)109-17 "prefatory note is a little high-flown...
Two excellent portraits of. . .Lewis and Clark. . .Index." L.C. 2-25625]

Lewis, [Meriwether], History of the expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark to the
sources of the Missouri, across the Rocky Mountains, down the Columbia River to the Pacific in 1804-6;
a reprint of the edition of 1814 to which all the members of the expedition contributed. . . New York,
New Amsterdam book co., 1902. 3 v. 2 front, (port.) map. 18cm. [Ed. by Paul Allen. Rev. in: Nation
75(1902)91 "...too slavish reprint of Biddle's 1814 recension of the original diaries... no index... [no]
modern maps." L.C. 2-18363]
LEXINGTON, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. 11 m. W.N.W. of Boston.

Piper, Fred S. Lexington the birthplace of American liberty; a handbook containing an account of the bat-
tle of Lexington Paul Revere's narrative of his famous ride a sketch of the town and the places of
historic interest inscriptions on all historic tablets directory map and numerous illustrations... Lex-
ington publishing co., 1902. 31, [3] p. incl. front., 111., plan. 18% x 15cm. [31.Men.in:N E Reg 56
(1902)330(F.W.Parke) "attractively Illustrated. . .compact. . .all that is essential." L.C. 2-12942]

Second field-day at Lexington. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)189-205.
LIBERTY Bell. The bell which hung in Continental Kail, Philadelphia, July 4, 1776.

[ A 1 1 e n t o w n, Pennsylvania.] Am Month M 21(1902)240-4, ill.
LIBRARIES. Collections of books, mss., etc., for use.

A m. Library Association. Magnolia Confsrence. Proceedings. Lib 3 27(lW>2)C120-268.

Buffalo. Public library. ...Class room libraries for public schools, listed by grades; to which is added a
list of books suggested for school reference libraries. Buffalo, Printed for the Library, 1902. 134 p.
24%cm. [Rev.ln:Nation 74(1902)289-90 "wholly praiseworthy ... stress is laid in the subject-index on
American history and historical personages." L.C. 2-12474]

Cole, George W. Report on gifts and bequesets to American libraries, 1901-1902. Lib J 27(1902)097-119.

Davis, Horace. Dr. Benjamin Gott's library. N E Reg 56(1902)340-4.

D r e h e r, Julius D. Libraries as a means of popular education. South Work 30(1901)312-16.

Meeting of the American Library Association. Nation 75(1902)7-8.

New York library club. Libraries of Greater New York. Manual and historical sketch of the New York
library club. [For details see same title under subject, New York City.]

An old library [Jonas Brouck's. Earliest in N. Y.]. Spirit of '76 8(1902)41.

Putnam, Herbert. The year among the libraries. Indep 54(1902)2753-6, port.

W e 1 1 m a n, Hiller C. What public libraries are doing for children. Atlan 90(1902)402-9.

Western library meeting, Madison, Wls., August 28-30, 1902. Lib J 27(1902)825-32.

Y u 8 t, W. F. Library legislation in 1902. Lib J 27(1902)22-4.
LIBRARY of Congress. The National library at Washington, D. C.

P u t n a m, H. Library of Congress; a national library for U. S. Bookman 15 (1902) 51 (Mr).

Putnam, Herbert. The relation of the National Library to historical research In the D. S. Am Hist
A Rep '01,1(1902)113-29.

Putnam, Herbert. The relation of the National library to historical research In the U. S. Euuca R 23
(1902)217-32.

Report of the Librarian of Congress, 1901. Lib J 27(1902)19-21.
LINCOLN, Abraham (1809-65). 16th President of the United State*.

Adams, Charles F. and Wattersou, Henry. Lee, Davis and Lincoln. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)121-4.

Barrett, Jos. H. Life of Abraham Lincoln. (Biographies of famous men.) Chicago, Donohuhe, 1902. 12o.

C h o a t e, J. H. Abraham Lincoln. Green Bag 14(1902)77(F).

Fallows, Samuel. . . .Life of William Ale-Kin ley. our martyred president, with short biographiea of Lincoln
and Gartteld, and a comprehensive life of President Roosevelt, containing the masterpieces of McKinley's
eloquence, and a history of anarchy, its purposes and results. . . . assisted by an able corps of contrib-
utors, with an Introduction by. . .W.E. Mason. .. [International memorial ed.] Chicago, 111., Regan
printing house [1901] xi, 13-453 pp. front., pi., port. 24%cm. [L.C. 1-25382 M 2]

Fish, Carl Russell. Lincoln and the patronage. Am Hist R 8(1902)53-69.

Gleed, James Willis. Abraham Lincoln: an address to the Republican Club of the city of New York at lt
sixteenth Lincoln Dinner, February 12, 1902. pp. 27.

Green, Samuel L. President Lincoln's speech at Gettysburg. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2/^-4.

Orenfell, Helen L. The birthdays of Washington and Lincoln. Colorado anniversary number. Prepared
for the public schools by superintendent of public instruction, February, 1902. [Denver, The Smith-
Brooks co., printers, 1902] cover-title, 69 p. 111. 23cm. [L.C. 3-11786]



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 119

Gridley, Mr*. Eleanor. The story of Abraham Lincoln; or, The journey from the log cabin to the White
House... [Chicago, Monarch book co.] c!902. 3 p. 1., 11-355 p. front., plate, port. 24%cm. [L.C.
3-17956]

H a 1 s e y, John J. Lincoln's plan of reconstruction. (Rev.) Dial 32(1902)342-5.

Inzer, John W. How the news of the assassination of President Lincoln was received by the Confed-
erate prisoners on Johnson's Island, in April, 1865. Gulf Mag 1(1902)194-8.

Lincoln in Kansas. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)536-52.

Lincoln's application for a railway-pass. Cent 63(1901-2)558, furs.

NiooUy, John G[eorge]. A short life of Abraham Lincoln, condensed from Nlcolay & Hay's Abraham Lin-
coln: a history. New York, The Century co., 1902. xvi, 578 p. incl. frout. (port.) 21%cm. [Kev. in:
Nation 75(1902)333 "Abridgment. . .well [made] .. .preserves. . .disposition. . .to gloze . . . les's impressive
aspects of Lincoln's life"; Dial 33(1902)480 "abridgment. . .not only justifiable, but even praiseworthy."
L.C. 2-22683]

P r e n 1 1 c e, W. R. On the Dry Tortugas [1865J. McClure 18(1901-2)564-70.

Proceedings at the sixteenth annual Lincoln dinner of the Republican Club of the city of New York, Feb-
ruary 12th, 1902. N. Y., F.R.Brooke Co., 1902. pp. 80.

Smith, Samuel O[eorge]. ...Abraham Lincoln. Cincinnati, Jennings & I'.v; New York, Eaton & Mains
[1902] 31, [1] p. front. 19cm. (The hero series [v. 3]) ["The address in this booklet, with five
others, are published in book form under the title of Retribution, and other addresses, by Samuel G.
Smith, and the 'Words of Lincoln' are taken from Abraham Lincoln, by D. D. Thompson." Contents.
Abraham Lincoln; an address delivered before the Loyal legion, St. Paul, Minn. Words of Lincoln. L.C.
2-13807] . tf ^v,.j

Staples, Ernest Linwood. A man of destiny; being the story of Abraham Lincoln; an epic poem... Shel-
ton. Conn., Lincoln publishing company, 1902. 71 p. front, (port.) pi. 21cm. [L.C. 3-28]

Suraner, Edward A. Abraham Lincoln... An oration delivered before the Men's league of the Broadway
tabernacle church, of New York city, February 10th, 1902. [New York? 1002] 16 p. 23 x 10cm. [Por-
trait of Lincoln on t.-p. L.C. 2-13799]

8 u 1 1 o n, Cicero T. Characteristic glimpses of Lincoln. Cent 63(1901-2)558-61, port., facs.

Button, Cicero T. Lincoln and Kentucky. Cent 63(1901-2)558-6. port.

Thayer, W[illiara] M[akepeaceJ. Abraham Lincoln, the pioneer boy, and Low he became President; the
story of bis life. 15th ed., completing sixty-seven thousand. London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1902. xlx,
395 p. front, (port.) 19cm. [L.C. 3-33025]

Tltherlngton, R. H. Lincoln Uarneld McKlnley. Munsey 127 (1902) 306 (My).

W h 1 t n e y, H. C. Lincoln's social Isolation. Indep 14(1902)373-81.
LINCOLN, (Mrs.) Abraham. Nee Todd of Lexington, Ky., married 1842.

Lincoln, (Mrs.) Abraham. A letter to Charles Sumner. 1866. Indep 54(1902)2803.
LINCOLN, Levi (1749-1880). Haas. Lieut. -Governor, Congreisman, U. 8. Attorney-General.

Hoar, George F. [Levl Lincoln.] Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)230-8.
LINCOLN, Neb. Capital of Nebraska, in Lancaster Co. 64 m. S.W. of Omaha.

B a 1 1, Franklin. The building of the first Capitol... at Lincoln removal of archives. Neb Hist S 1 1. 6
(1902)318-22.

M a 1 1 o y, Thomas. History of the first State Capitol. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)212-16.

S a w y e r, A. J. History of the Incarceration of the Lincoln city council. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)105-37.
LINDSAY family.

Lindsays in Virginia. Va Mag 10(1902)96-7,203.
L1PPITT, Francis James (1812-1902). D. C. lawyer, officer in Civil War, writer.

Lippitt, Francis J[ames]. Reminiscences of Francis J. Llppitt, written for his family, his near relatives
and Intimate frends. Providence, R. I., Preston & Rounds co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 122 p. port. 23%cm.
[Rev.in:Nation 74(1902)350-1 "Interesting from cover to cover. . .chief value ... consists in ... simplicity
and frankness... no index." L.C. 2-8227]
LISTER, Justice (1843-1902). Ontario Judge of the Court of Appeal.

Death of Mr. Justice Lister. Canada Law Journal 38(1902)97.
LITCHFIELD family.

Litohfleld, Winford J. oomp. by. The Lltchfleld family in America. Part I. No. 2. 1902. pp. 97-160.

80. 111. Price, |1.50.
LITERATURE. Creative or artistic writings.

Abernethy, Julian W[illis]. American literature... New York, Maynard, Merrill, & co., 1902. 6, 9-510 p.
111., chart. 18cm. [Bibliographical notes: "Historical background." "Illustrative literature," etc., at
end of each chapter; "Biography and criticism," p. 487-502. Rev.ln:Dial 33(1902)123-4 "nothing...
original. . .but. . .cordially commended. . .excellence of proportion ... sound and conservative critical judg-
ments"; Sewauee 10(1902)383 "somewhat rhetorical. . .decidedly sprightly ... well selected bibliography."
L.C. 2-10*20]



120 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002.

Bacon, Edgar Mayhew. The literary associations of the Hudson. Critic 41(1902)221-9, 111.

Bacon, Edwin M[unroe], Literary pilgrimages in New England to the homes of famous makers of Ameri-
can literature and among their haunts and the scenes of their writings. [For details see same title un-
der subject, New England.]

Catalogue of literary annuals and gift books In the New York Public Library. N Y Bull 6(1902)270-5.

C h a p h a m, H. S. Influence of Puritanism on American literature. Macmil 86(1902)183(J1).

C o r b 1 n, John. The American drama. Forum 34(1902-3)63-76.

E n d e, A. v. Amerlkan. Belletrlstik. Deut. Stlmmen (1902)8.1167-74.

B n d e, A. v. Amerikan. Lltteraturverhaltnlsse. Zeit (1902)No.384.

E n d e, A. v. Amerikan. Romane v. soz.-politlsch. Bedeutg. Zelt Nr.411.

Gilder, J[eannette] L[eonardJ. Authors at home; personal and biographical sketches of Well-known Amer-
ican writers. New York, A.Wessels company, 1902. 3 p. 1., 398 p. front., port. 20cm. [L.C. 2-26436]

Hale, Edward Everett. ...American essays... New York and Chicago, Globe school book company [1902]
xli, 257 p. 17%cm. (The Hawthorne classics) [Contents. From "The sketch book," by Washington
Irving. From "Prue and I," by George William Curtis. From "My study windows," uy James Russell
Lowell. From "Essays: first series," by Ralph Waldo Emerson: History. [L.C. 2-18353]

Halsey, Francis Whiting. Authors of our day In their homes, personal descriptions & interviews... New
York, J.Pott & co., 1902. xli, 299 p. front., pi., port. 19cm. "These papers were printed originally in
the New York times Saturday review of books." [Rev.ln:DIal 32(1902)284 "Interesting. . .number of au-
thors included Is twenty-two." L.C. 2-9470]

Halsey, Francis Whiting. Our literary deluge and some of Its deeper waters... New York, Doubleday,
Page & co., 1902. x, 255 p. 19%cm. [Rev.ln:Nation 75(1902)170 "a chapter on Biographies that are
Histories." L.C. 2-10123]

Harking, E[dward] F[rancisJ, Little pilgrimages among the men who have written famous books... Bos-
ton, L.C.Page & co., 1902 [1901] 332 pp. front., port. 18cm. (Book lovers' series) [Contents. Will-
iam Dean Howells. Bret Harte. Mark Twain. "Lew" Wallace. George W. Cable. Henry James.
Francis Richard Stockton. Joel Chandler Harris. S. Weir Mitchell. Robert Grant. F. Marlon Craw-
ford. James Lane Allen. Thomas Nelson Page. Richard Harding Davis. John Kendr^ck Bangs. Ham-
lln Garland. Paul Leicester Ford. Robert Neilsoii Stephens. Charles D. G. Roberts. Winston Church-
ill. Rev.ln:Dial 32(1902)26 "agreeably chatty ami anecdotical. . .portraits are excellent"; Dial 35(1903)
426 "Mr. Hawkins's idea of a famous book is very clastic and his style savors of newspaper row... thor-
oughly readable." L.C. 1-25688]

Harkins, E[dward] F[rancisJ and Johnston, C. H. L. Little pilgrimages among the women who have writ-
ten books... Boston, L.C.Pago & co., 1902 [1901] 343 p. front., port. 18cm. (Book lovers' series)
[Rev.in:Dlal 32(1902)56 "score of women... all of them American." L.C. 1-26212 M 1]

Ltuvton, William Cranston. Introduction to the study of American literature... New York and Chicago,
Globe school book company [1902] vli, 384 p. 20cm. ["Bibliographical Index": p. 379-381. Bibliogra-
phies and chronological tables at end of chapters. Rev.in:Dlal 34(1903)269-70 [very] "readable. . .somo
degree of completeness. . .naively personal at times. . .trifling defects. . .packed with Ideas and allusions
...unfailing freshness of touch"; Nation 75(1902)246 "grent merit. ..Is Its unconventional treatment."
L.C. 2-20965]

Mason, H[arriet] L. American literature a laboratory method... 2d ed. Philadelphia, Drexel institute,
1902. xxi, 186, [4] p. 19i,6cm. ["Working list of reference books": p. xiil-xxlii. 4 blank pages at end
for general notes. L.C. 3-10916]

Powell, G. H. The mind of America. Contemp 82(1902)111-25.

S a 1 1 e y, A. S. Jr. A bibliography of the women writers of S. C. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)143-57.

Seara, Lorenzo. American literature in tin colonial and national periods... Boston, Little, Brown, aud
company, 1902. xiv, 480 p. 21cm. ['A reading list": p. 463-469. Rev.in:Dlal 34(1903)269-70(W.M.
Payne) "for the general reader. . .distinctly the author's own. . .sobriety of judgment. . .flowing and
graceful style. . .omissions. . .sometimes seem serious." L.C. 2-25402]

Warner, Charles Dudley. Fashions In literature, and other literary and social essays & addresses; intro-
duction by Hamilton Wright Mable. New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 1002. xv, 330 p. 20cm. [Con-
tents. Fashions In literature. The American newspaper. Certain diversities of American life. The
Pilgrim, and the American of to-day. Natban Hale. Some causes of the prevailing discontent. Educa-
tion of the negro. The Indeterminate sentence. The life-saving and life-prolonging art. Literary copy-
right. The pursuit of happiness. Truthfulness. Literature and the stage. "H. H." In southern Cali-
fornia. Rev.ln:Natlon 75(1902)11 "Distinguished by generous. . .feeling and good sense. . .judgments. ..
are of permanent value. . .should be owned by all who take. . .Interest In. . .werfare of our country"; Dial
33(1902)122 "genial humor, unfailing but not unreasoning optimism, and infectious enthusiasm for the
best in American life and letters." L.C. 2-12969]

Wegrelin, Oscar. Early American fiction, 1774-1830; being a compilation of the titles of American novels,
written by writers born or residing In America, and published previous to 1831 . . . Stamford, Conn., The
compiler, 1902. 28, [2] p. 23V6cm. [No. 76 of an edition limited to 100 copies L.C. 2-10337]



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 121

W o o (1 b e P r y, George Edward. Beginnings of American literature. Harper 105(1902)232-8.
W o o d b e r r y, George Edward. Knickerbocker era of American letters. Harper (1902)677-83.

LITTLE family.

Bowman, George Ernest. Thomas Little's will and inventory, and the will of his son Thomas. Mnyfl

Desc 4(1902)161-4.
LITTLE BIG HORN R. (Mont.;. Sioux Indian war battle, May 15, 1876.

[Cookerill, John A.] Custer battlefield, Burlington route. [Chicago, Poole bros., 1902?] cover-title, [15]
p. 111., port., map (on cover) 15% x 8%cm. [Published by the Chicago Burlington and Qulncy railroad
company; being a reprint of an article published In the New York herald. L.C. 3-21709]
LITTLE MIAMI VALLEY, Ohio. Valley of S.W. part of state.

G a 1 1 o w a y, W. A. The Revolutionary soldier in the valley of the Little Miami. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub

10(1902)372-77.
LITTLEFIELD, J. H. (1887-1901). Tex. Confederate officer.

II u j. J. H. Littlefield. Confed Vet 10(1902)33.
LITTLEJOHN, Abram Newkirk (1884-1901). L. I. and N. Y. Protestant Episcopal Bishop, writer.

VanDe Water, G. R. Bishop Littlejohn. Columb Q 4(1901)45-7, port.
LIVERMOHE family.

Thwing, Walter Eliot. The Llvermore family of America... Boston, W.K.Clarke company, 1902. 479 p.
front., pi., port. -M'jcm. [Rev.lniOld Northw Q 6(1903)26-27 "of great value to Llvermores and other
families... beautifully illustrated. . .thoroughly indexed"; N E Reg 57(1903)119(James S.Rogers) "Copious
Index... remarkable for the biographical sketches." L.C. 2-30082]
LLOYD, Henry Demarett (b.1847). N. Y. and Chicago, editor, writer on political economy.

Henry Demarest Lloyd. Out West 16(1002)542, port.
LOEB, Jacques (b.1859). Chicago and Cal. Prof, of physiology, writer.

S n y d e r, Carl. Dr. Loeb's researches and discoveries. McClure 18(1901-2)386-96, ill., port.
LOGAN, James (1674-1761). Pa. Chief Justice, Governor, writer.

[James Logan]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)365.
LOGAN family.

...William Maul and Bethlab Uutbrle, ancestors of the Logan family (note). Pcnn Mag 26(1902)

479-80.
LONG BEACH, Cal. Sea side resort near Los Angeles.

Long Beach. Out West 17(1902)136-9, 111.
LONG ISLAND. Island 110 m. long in Atlantic, forming most 8.E. portion of N. Y. state.

Ross, Peter. A history of Long Island, from its earliest settlement to the present time. . . New York and
Chicago, The Lewis publishing company, 1902. 3 v front., ill., pi., port. 27%cm. [Vol. 2-3, biogra-
phies. L.C. 2-14689]
Wilson, Rufut Rockwell. Historic Long Island. New York, The Berkeley press, 1902. 364 p. Incl. front.,

pi. 23 Mi cm. [L.C. 2-30085]
LONGFELLOW, Henry Wadsworth (1807-88). Cambridge, Mass., Professor and poet.

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. ...Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Boston and New York, Houghton,
Mlffliu and company, 1902. vl, 336 p., 1 1. front, (port.) 18&cm. (American men of letters) [Rev.
ln:Nation 75(1902)308-9 "Help[s] . . .to visualize the man... is rich in personal recollections and In knowl-
edge of... environment... considerable amount of fresh material"; Dial 34(1903)145-7(W.M.Payne) "per-
sonal matters seem... to restrict the space... f of the consideration of literary achievement. . .had. .
sources of Information hitherto 'not much exploited." L.C. 2-23430]

Livingston, Luther S. Two little-known first editions of American authors. Bibliog 1 (1902)455-7.
LONGWORTH, Isreal (1885-1902). Nova Scotian lawyer, local historian.

S t o c k t o n, A. A. In memoriam. Israel Longworth, K. C. Acad 2(1902)139-40.
LONBDALE, H. I. Village of Providence Co. 7 m. N. of Providence.

"The Catholic oak," at Lonsdale, R. I. Am Catb Res 19(1002)81-2.
LORD, Charles E. (1817-1908). N. H. Presbyterian clergyman, Professor and writer.

Rev. Charles E. Lord, D. D. Granite M 32(1902)185.
LORD family.

E. S. T. Lord-Goodwin (note). N E Reg 06(1902)90.
LOS ANGELES, Cal. City of Los Angeles Co. 345 m. S.E. of San Francisco.

Willard, C.D. Herald's history of Los Angeles City. Los Angeles, Cal., Kingsley, 1902. 111.
LOTJISBOURG, Can. French fortification on Cape Breton, captured by British, 1768.
C a n p e a u, F.-R.-E. La medaille commemorative de Louisbourg. Rech Hist 8(1902)127.



122 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

LOUISIANA. A Gulf-state of U. 8. admitted 1812.

Crowder, E. H. Report [of the alleged British supply camp in Louisiana] (1902: 8vo. pp. 15 House doc.
649).

H a w o r t h, Paul L. Negro disfranchisernent in Louisiana. Outl 71(1902)163-6.

Louisiana newspaper flies in the Library of Congress. Gulf Mag 1(1902)128-33.

Moore, Frederick W. The course of Louisiana politics from 1862 to 1866. So Atlau Q 1(1902)128-44.
LOUISIANA (territory). The vast tract of Southwest and West, purchased from France, 1803.

Beer, William. Louisiana history in Government documents. Gulf Mag 1 (i902) 184-93.

Beer, William. A valuable book on Louisiana [Chambou]. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)341-2.

B e r t h o u d, Edward L. The Louisiana boundary. Gulf Mag 1(1902)218-7.

Cession (The) of Louisiana. (Old South leaflets, no. 128.) Boston, Old South Work, 1902.

P a r r a n d, Mai. The commercial privileges of the treaty of 1803. Ain Hist R 7(1902)494-9.

Harvey, Margaret. Beyond the Mississippi. Am Month M 21(1902)443-53.

Hosmer, James K[endall]. The history of the Louisiana purchase. New York, D.Appleton and company,
1902. xv, 230 p. ill., 4 port. (incl. front.) map. 19%cm. (On cover: Expansion of the republic series)
[Rev.in:Am Hist R 8 (1902) 140-1 (D. Y.Thomas) "timely ... readable and scholarly ... most interesting story
...addition to. . .knowledge on the subject is rather small. . .some. . .additions are questionable"; Nation
74(1902)483 "Timely book in popular vein... will doubtless have a temporary vogue"; Dial 33(1902)36-6
(F.H.Hodder) "for the general reader, and even for readers of the younger class well told. . .entirely suc-
cessful"; South Hist A Pub 6(1902)523-4(J.R.Fisklen) "succinct but clear. . .interesting. . .satisfactory. ..
some small inaccuracies. . .bright style." L.C. 3-18965]

Howard, James Q[uay]. History of the Louisiana purchase. Chicago. Callaghan & company, 1902. 170 p.
24cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)587-8(F.W.M.) "comprehensive. . .brief .. .no new material. . .the usual
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