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(port.) pi., map, faes. 19%cm. (Appletons 1 life histories) [Rev.ln:Hist Pub Canad 7:24-5 "Is not In-
tended to be more than a popular biography, but... as such... far from satisfactory ... character of Mar-
quette. . .well drawn. . .events of his life ... clearly set forth... good many slips... good index. . .maps. ..



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photographs"; Am Hist R 8(1903)384-5(Ames Bain) "is... for young people... has perhaps placed too
high a value upon... share which Marqnette had in... great discovery"; Nation 75(1902)346 "Work of one
...perfectly familiar with. . .missionary services of ... Jesuits ... real biography ... centers in... deeds of
the Father himself"; Dial 33(1902)215 "interesting. . .on the whole... a simple, uneventful life. L.C.
2-16764]
MARRIAGE (and divorce). Legal union of husband and wife.

Holmested, Geo. S. The "Prohibited Degrees" in Ontario. Canada Law Journal 38(1902)99-114.
HARSH, Lucius Bolles (1818-1901). Boston merchant, officer in Civil War, writer.

Col. Lucius Bolles Marsh. N E Reg 56 Suppl (1902)lxiii-lxvi.
MARSHALL, John (1755-1835). Va. Chief Justice U. 8. Supreme Court, writer.

J e n k s, U.F. [Letter] from the Grenville H. Xorcross collection. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)89-92.

Marshall, John. John Marshall [1803]. Bost Bull 7(1902)86-8.
MARSHALL family.

The Marshall family (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)207-9.
MARSHFIELD, Mais. Township of Plymouth Co. about 28 m. 8.E. of Boston.

The vital records of Marshfield, Mass. Mayfl Desc 3(1901)41-3,187-9; 1.125-6.
MARTIAL LAW. The substitution of military for civil gov't. in time of war or disturbance.

Adams, C.. F. John Quincy Adams and martial law. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)436-78.
MARTIN, Jos. (1740-1808). K. C. and Tenn. pioneer, Indian fighter and agent.

Letters from Joseph Martin to Patrick Henry. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)28-32.
MARTIN, Thomas (d.1865). Tennessee Confederate soldier.

D i n k 1 n s, James. The last tragedy of the war. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)1^9-34.
MARTIN family.

Martin, Richard A. An account of sotne of the later generations of the Martin family in America. N. Y.,
1902. pp. 3. 16o. [Ul.Mcn.inr.N E Reg 57(1903)229(F.W.Parke) "names of thirteen of the descend-
ants."]

Tombstone of Martha Martin. Wm M Q 11(1902)146.

A valuable relic [Prayer book 1702]. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)46.
MARTINIQUE. French West Indian Island, in the Lesser Antilles.

Church, James Robb. The Martinique Pompeii. Scrib M 32(1902)20.

The destruction in Martinique. World's Work 4(1902)2268-2268d, ill.

D 1 c k 1 n 8 o n, H. N. Eruption at Martinique. Geog J 20(1902)49(J1).

Dumoret, Mfarcel]. ...Au pays du sucro. Paris, H.E.Martin [1902] 224 p. incl. ill., pi. 23cm. [L.C.
3-2334]

Eruption at Martinique. Geog J 20(1902)431(0).

Everett, Marshall. The complete story of the Martinique hon-or and other great disasters... A full and
graphic description of the destruction of the city St. Pierre, with chapters covering all the great vol-
canic eruptions since the days of Pompeii... [Chicago] 1902. 1 p. 1., [7]-462 p. Incl. ill., pi., port.,
maps, front. 24i/4cm. [L.C. 2-23424]

Garosche, William A. Complete story of the Martinique and St. Vincent horrors6 . special article by Mon-
sieur Vincent Do Messimy. . .comprising also graphic accounts of the world's great disasters from the
destruction of Pompeii to the present time... [Chicago, Monarch book company, 1902] 1 p. 1., [7] -462
p. incl. ill., pi., map. front, (port.) 25cm. [L.C. 2-18459]

G e r 1 a n d, Georg. Der ausbruch der montagne Pelfee ans Martinique. Deutsche Rundschau 112(1902)
425-439.

H a v e 1 1, H. L. Eruptions of La Soufrlere in Saint Vincent in May, 1902. Macmll 86(1902)221(J1).

H e 1 1 p r i n, Angelo. Mont Pel6e In its might. Fortn N S 72(1902)469-73.

H e 1 1 p r 1 n, Angelo. Varlan, George, lllus. by. Mont Pelee in Its might. McClure 19(1902)358-68, port.

Heilprin, Angelo. Mont IVIiV and the tragedy of Martinique; a study of the great catastrophes of 1902,
with observations and experiences in the field. . .illustrated with photographs largely taken by the author.
Philadelphia and London, J.B.Llppincott company, 1903 [1902] xili, 335 p. front., ill., pi., map. 25cm.
[Rev. in: Nation 76(1903)152-3 "most thorough. . .one of the best descriptions. . .of an active. . .volcano. ..
freely Illustrated"; Dial 34(1903)245-6 "interesting throughout. . .vivid and picturesque style." L.C.
2-30398]

Hess, Jean. ...La catastrophe de la Martlniqne notes d'nn reporter aver. 50 gravures d'apr&s photo-
graphies, desslns et cartes. Paris, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1902. 3 p. 1., Til, 300 p. front, (plan) 111.,
pi. 19cm. ["II a Ste tlr6 de cet ouvrage 20 esemplalres num6rot6s sur papier dn Japon." Contents.
Ce que J'al vn. Dans les mines Cenx qui ont vn. Chez les savants. Notes et documents pour com-
pleter mon reportage. L.C. 3-8082]

Hill, Robert T. A study of Pelee. Cent 64(1902)764-85, 111,



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 129

H o v e y, E. D. Eruptions of La Soufrlere in Saint Vincent in May, 1002. Nat Geog M 13(1902)444(D).

J a c c a c i, August F. Pelee, the destroyer. McClure 19(1902)401-16, ill.

Kemp, James P. Volcanic action and the Martinique tragedy. Outl 71(1002)276-8.

Kennan, George. The tragedy of Pelee; a narrative of personal experience and observation In Martinique;
Illustrated wjth drawings by George Varian and photographs by the author. New York, The Outlook
company, 1902. vii, [1], 257, [1] p. Incl. map. front., pi. 21%cm. [Rev.in:Nation 76(1903)153 "vivid
personal narrative. . .straightforward. . .entertaining. . .except for... too tealistlc descriptions." L.C.
2-26372]

Kennan, George. The tragedy of Pelee. Outl 71(1902)539-42,583-8,680-7,7a5-32,76!)-77,822-7,9?0-5,966-74.

Lf f e in the Doomed City. As reflected by the leading newspaper of St. Pierre. Cent 64(1902)618-33.

MoAlister, Samuel A., Ayme, Louis A., and others. Martinique flood of tire uud burning rain... A thrill-
ing, graphic and accurate account of the awful destruction of St. Pierre. The bursting, burning moun-
tains of Pelee and La Soufrierre. . . Philadelphia and Chicago, P.W.Zlegler & co. [1902] 1 p. 1., vii-xvi,
17-448 p. incl. ill., map. front., pi. 23 14 cm. [L.C. 3-848]

M c G e e, W. J. The West Indian disaster. R of Ra 25(1902)676-86, 111., n-a, .

Mason. William. The destruction of St. Pierre. Indep 54(1902)1461-8, ill.

Miller, J[ames] Martin. The Martinique horror aud St. Vincent calamity, containing a full and complete
account of the most appalling disaster of modern times... in collaboration with Hon. John Stevens Dur-
ham... Philadelphia, National publishing co. [1902] 8, 17-560 p. front., ill., pi., port., map. 23M,cm.
[Issued also under title: True story of the Martinique and St. Vincent calamities. . .by Prof. John Ran-
dolph Whitney. L.C. 2-17542* Cancel]

Morris, Charles. The volcano's deadly work, from the fall of Pompeii to the destruction of St. Pierre... a
virid aud accurate story of the awful calamity which visited the islands of Martinique and St. Vincent,
May 8, 1902, as told by eye-witnesses and by our special representative, General Samuel A. McAlister...
[Philadelphia? 1902] 1 p. 1., vii-xvi, 17-448 p. frout., ill., pi. 23Vjcm. [Issued also under -e title:
The destruction of St. Pierre and St. Vincent. L.C. 2-26658t]

P a r e 1, G. The last days of St. Pierre. Cent 64(1902)610-33.

R e 1 d, S. C. Introduction and notes by. The catastrophe in St. Vincent. Cent 64(1902)634-42, ill.

Boyoe. Frederick. The burning of St. Pierre and the eruption of Mont :'!<'; a graphic account of the
greatest volcanic disaster in the history of the world... Descriptions of Martinique, St. Vincent, Fort
de France, and Mont I ..-i Souf riere, and the history, customs, and character of the people . . . Chicago aud
NVw York, Continental publishing company [1902] iv, [5]-192 p. front., pi., fold. map. 19cm. (Ori-
ental library, no. 53) [L.C. 2-15185]

Russell, Israel C. Phases of the West Indian eruptions. Cent 64(1902)786-800, ill., map.

Scott, Ellery S. The eruption of Mount Pelee. Cosmopol 33(1902)243-52, ill.

Welch, J. Herbert, and Taylor, H. . . Destruction of St. Pierre, Martinique. New York, R.F.Fenno &.
company [1902] 240 p. 19cm. [Contents. The destruction of St. Pierre. La Soufrlere the catastro-
phe on St. Vincent Island. Other eruptions and some earthquakes. The causes of volcanic action. L.C.
2-17541]

Whitney, John Randolph. True story of the Martinique and St. Vincent calamities. . .including an account
of the destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneiun and accounts of all the most noted volcanic eruptions...
Philadelphia, National publishing co. [1902] 8, 17-560 p. front., ill., pi., map. 23% cm. [Issued also
under the title: The Martinique horror and St. Vincent calamity .. .by J. Martin Miller... in collaboration
with Hon. John Stevens Durham. L.C. 2-19281* Cancel]
MARYLAND. An original middle Atlantic state of 0. 8. between Fa. and Va.

Alsop, George. A character of the province of Maryland; reprinted from tbe original edition of 1666, witb
introduction and notes by Newton D. Mereneas... Cleveland, The Burrows brothers company, 1902. 113
p. incl. facsim. front, (port.) map. 23^cm. ["Of this edition, two hundred and fifty copies have been
printed, and the type distributed." This copy not numbered. [Rev.ln:Dial 34(1903)126 "reprint. . .inter-
esting. . .[250] copies"; 31. Men. in: Am Hist R 8(1903)605 "introduction and notes by Professor Newton D.
Mereness. . .ample and satisfactory." L.C. 3-1876]

Brooke, Charles. A short sketch of the origin of the Maryland mission. Am Cath Res 19(1902)126-8.

Browne, Wm. Hand. Archives of Maryland. Proceedings and acts of the assembly of Maryland, ] 697-8-
1699. Baltimore. 1902.

Carroll, Charles. Correspondence of "First citizen" Charles Carroll of Carrollton, and "Antilon" Daniel
Dulany, Jr., 1773, with a history of Governor Eden's administration in Maryland. 1769-1776. By Elihu
S. Riley. Baltimore, King bros., state printers, 1902. xl p., 1 1., 252 p. 25cm. [L.C. 3-7678]

Errors of Catholic American history. The settlement of Maryland. The Toleration act. Am Cath Res
19(1902)147-9.

Griffin, Martin I. J. The apostate, Lord Baltimore The Calverts Was Maryland a Catholic country ?
Am Cath Res 19(1902)58-60.

Gunby, A[ndrew] A[ugustus]. Colonel John Gunby of the Maryland Hue. [For details set same title under
subject, Gunby, John, etc.]



m WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTOR1 1902.

Hall, Clayton Colman. The lords Baltimore and the Maryland palatinate; six lectures on Maryland colonial
history delivered before the Johns Hopkins university in the year 1902... Baltimore, J. Murphy company,
1902. xvli, 216 p. front, (port.) fold. map. 20cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 9(1903)199-200(N.D.Mereness)
"here and there thrown some new light on... Lords Baltimore and on the dispute over the boundary be-
tween Maryland and Pennsylvania. Other than this... chief value. . .in. . .cautious, concise, o.nd dispas-
sionate narration of... events in the history of colonial Maryland. . .he had two points of view... the per-
sonality of a lord proprietor [and]... the mere progress of events... has shown us only a loose general
relation between the two"; Nation 76(1903)93 "agreeably written. . .extremely accurate ... we can com-
mend this... to all. . .interested in our colonial histories"; Men.in:N Y Rec 34(1903)303 "story of Mary-
land's colonial period told in masterly manner." L.C. 3-182]

Harry, James Warner. ...The Maryland constitution of 1851. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press, 1902.
86 p. 24cm. (Johns Hopkins university studies in historical aud political science, series XX, nos. 7-8)
[L.C. 3-12908]

History of Confederates in Maryland. Coufed Vet 10(1902)166.

The Jesuits land In Maryland. Am Cath Res 19(1902)173.

L e e, F. L. Continental Board of War to the Governor of Md. L1778]. Bost Bull 7(1902)22.

Lippincott. Constance. Maryland as a palatinate. Philadelphia, J.B.Lipplncott co., 1902. 48 pp. 24 1/3 cm.
[Printed for private circulation. "Bibliography": pp. 47-48. [Rev.in:N E Reg 56(1902)215(P.W.Parke)
"A bibliography Is added ... shows careful preparation." L.C. 2-3943 M 1]

Opposition by Virginia to Lord Baltimore's settlement of Maryland. Am Cath Res 19(1902)28-9.

Snowden, W[illiam] H. Some old historic landmarks of Virginia and Maryland. [For details see same
title under subject, Virginia.]

Some quaint wills of early Catholic settlers in Maryland. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)22-44.

S t e 1 n e r, Bernard C. Maryland's first courts. Am Hist A Rep '01,1(1902)211-29.

Steiner, Bernard C[hristian], ...Western Maryland in the revolution... Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins
press, 1902. 57 pp. 24%cm. (Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political science,
series 20, no. 1) [L.C. 2-6098]
MASON. Charles (1804-82). N. Y. editor, Iowa Judge, XI. S. commissioner of patents.

Y e w e 1 1, George H. Reminiscences of Charles Mason. Annals of Iowa 6(1902)251-71, port.
MASON, Lowell (1792-1872). Am. musician and composer.

Mason, Daniel Gregory. How young Lowell Mason travelled to Savannah. New Bng M 26(1902)236-40.
MASON COUNTY, 111. Co. in W. central part of state.

Onstot, Thompson Gains, 1829 Pioneers of Menard and Mason counties; made up of personal reminis-
cences of an early life in Menard county, which we gathered in a Salem life from 1830 to 1840, and a
Petersburg life from 1840 to 1850; including personal reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln and Peter Cart-
right. Forest City, 111., T.G.Onstot, 1902. 400 p. incl. front., 111., port., plan. 23cm. [L.C. 2-27721]
MASON and Dizon line. Boundary between Pa. and Md. and between free and slave states, surveyed 1766.

Robinson, Morgan Poitiaux. The evolution of the Mason and Dlxon lino . . . Published* by special request.
Richmond, Va., Oracle publishing company, 1902. 15 p. incl. 111., facslm. 24%cm. ["Reprinted from
the April and May, 1902, numbers of the Oracle magazine, Richmond, Virginia." "One thousand copies
printed." [Rev.in:Va Mag 10(1902)111 "brief and intelligible. . .clear account... of value and Interest";
W Va Mag 2.3(1902)83 "carefully prepared. . .well written and interesting." L.C. 2-14119]
MASSACHUSETTS. An original N.E. state of the United States.

Adams, Alton D. Municipal gas and electric plants in Massachusetts. .J Pol Kcon ^0(1901-2)214-29.

Adams, Alton D. Municipal gas and electric plants in Massachusetts. Pollt Sc Q 17(1902)2^7-55.

B r e n n a n, James F. Jesuits in Massachusetts, 1647. Am Cath Res 19(1902)82-3.

B r e n n a n, James F. Penalty for observing Christmas in Massachusetts, 1670. Am Cath Res 19(1902)65.

Catholics as rare as comets [1765]. Am Cath Res 19(1D02)77.

Chase, Levi B. Interpretation of Woodwards & Lattery's map of 1642, or the earliest Bay path. Qulna-
bauf Hist Soc Leaf l[1902?]185-98.

Collins, Charles W. New England Catholic Historical Society publication, No. 4. Pilgrim, Puritan and
Papist In Massachusetts. Boston, 1902. pp. 33, 80, pamph.

Colonial Society of Massachusetts Publications. Transactions April- November, 1900. [vol. 7 no. 1. 1902.]
pp. 5+62. 80.

Colonial Society of Massachusetts Publications. Vol. V. Boston, Pub. by Soc., 1902. pp. 19+492, 80, ill.

Crane, Ellery Bicknell. The boston and Worcester turnpike. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)585-98.

D a b 1 o n, Claude. Father John Pierron's Journey from Acadia to Maryland in 1674. Am Cath Rea 19
(1902)76-7.

Davis, Andrew McFarland. Tracts relating to the currency of Massachusetts Bay. [For details see same
title under subject, Money.]

Ford, Worthington Chauncey. Bibliography of the Journals of the House of Representatives of his
Majesty's province of the Massachusetts Bay, 1715 to 1 726-30. BIbltog 1 ( 1902)347-61,447-54.



WBITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1*02. 1*1

Ford, Worthington C. The Governor and Council of the province of Massachusetts Bay, August, 1714-
March, 1715. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)327-62.

Dresser, Mrs. Geo. K. The Indians of this locality. Quinabaug Hist Soc Leaf 1 [19027] 107-20.

Excursion to the Metropolitan Water Basin. Wor Soc Ant 13(1902)234-42.

Green, Samuel Abbott. Ten fac-slmile reproductions relating to New England. Boston, Mass., 1902. 4 p.
1., 64 p. 111., facslm. 37 x 27^cm. [Edition of 125 copies. Contents. Stephen Daye, the earliest
printer in this country. Map of Massachusetts, 1637. Benjamin Tompson, the earliest American poet.
The names of streets, etc., in Boston, 1708. Blodget's plan of the battle uear t.aki> George, 1755. The
stamp act, 1765. The seat of war, near Boston, 1775. Gen. Kufus Putnam's plan of towns In Worcester
county, 1785. Dr. Prescott's plan of Groton, Massachusetts, 1794. State street, Boston, 1801. Rev.ln:
Nation 76(1903)33-4 "limited edition. . .full of careful research and true bibliographical enthusiasm...
facsimiles are very distinct and admirable." L.C. 2-28280]

Guild, Amasa. The eighteenth Massachusetts regiment volunteer Infantry In the Rebellion, together
with some personal reminiscences. Dodh Reg 13(1902)98-105.

H a 1 1, G. Stanley. Normal schools, especially in Massachusetts. Pedagog Sem 9(1902)180(Je).

L n m m n s, Henry T. The Established Church of Mass. Lynn Reg 1907(1902)34-52. [Important legal
ace. with citations, of the church-parish phase of the Dnitarian-Orthodox controversy.]

Massachusetts anti-Catholic oath of allegiance, 1678. Am Cath Res 19(1902)74-5.

Massachusetts artillery, 5th battery. 1861-1865. History of the Fifth Massachusetts battery. Organized
October 3, 1861, mustered out June 12, 1865. Boston, L.E.Cowles, 1902. xlv 991 p. col. front., plate,
port., map. 25cm. [L.C. 3-17523]

Massachusetts Democratic platform. R of Rs 26(1902)450-1.

Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. Seventh series. Vols. 1-2. Boston, 1900-1902. L. 8vo. pp.
xvl. 491. [Rev.in:N E Reg 55(1901)125(F.H.Parke) "[of] great Interest ... admirable form, thoroughly
indexed"; Men.in:Am Hist R 9(1903)223 "Part IV. of the Trumbull Papers. . .letters range. . .January of
1780 to October, 1783."

Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings. Vol. 15. Boston, Pub. by the Soc. 1901-2. pp. 18+554.

The Mayflower Descendant. Vol. 4, 1902. Boston, Pub. quarterly by the Soc. 1902. pp. 8+284.

Old South leaflets. V. 5. nos. 101-125. Boston, Old South Work, 1902.

Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Yearbook Penn Soc of N T (1902)92-5.

Religions oppression In Mass. Trial of Rev. John Cheverus for marrying Catholics and of Mr. Kav-
anagh for non-support of the Congr. minister of his township. Am Cath Res 10(1902)120-5.

Roe, Alfred S. The governors of Massachusetts. New Eng M 25(1901-2)523 48,651-72, port.

Rules and regulation of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts. Boston, Alfred
Mudge ft Son, 1902. pp. 38, 80., 111.

Smith, Sarah Saunders. The founders of the Massachusetts Bay colony. Washington, Woodward ft Loth
rop, 1902. I2.i., 111. [51.Men.in:Ain Hist R 8(1902)201 " "a careful research of the earliest records of
many of the foremost settlers of the New England colony, compiled from the earliest church and state
records." "]

Swan, Robert T. Fourteenth report of the custody and condition of the public records of parishes, towns
and counties. Boston, State Printers, 1902. 8vo. pp. 15. [Rev.ln :Nation 74(1902)113 "Shows ... good
affect of a law. . .enabling towns to choose ... clerk for three years Instead of annually."]

Swan, Robert T. The Massachusetts public record commission and its work. Am Hist A Rep '01,1(1902)
95-112.

Trolley trips through southern New England. .. [4th ed.] Hartford, Conn., White ft Warner, 1902. 112 p.
incl. front., 111., 9 map. ie%rm. p. 90-112 advertising matter. [L.O. 2-24147]

Two bills of sale of negro slave [In Mass.]. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)210-11.

W p c d e n, William B. Three commonwealths, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island; their early de-
velopment. Am Antlq Soc N S 16 II '02(1903)130-64.

Wild, Helen Tilden. The Lawrence light guard. Medf Reg 5(1902)73-90, port.
MASSACHUSETTS Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. Est. X861.

M u n r o e, James Phinney. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. New Eng M 27(1902)131-53, 111.
MATHER, Cotton (1663-1728). Mass, clergyman and writer.

Cone, Kate M. Cotton Mather's borthplace. Gen Q M 3(1902)65-64.
MATLACK. Timothy (1730-1829). Pa. Revolutionary officer, Continental Congressman.

Letters of James Allen to Coloney Timothy Matlack, 177S. Penn Mag 26(1902)286-7.
MATOON, (Mrs.) Mary (Dickinson). (1768-1835). Revolutionary matron.

Walker, Alice M[orehouse]. Mary Mattoon and her hero of the revolution [General Ebenezer Mattoon]
Cover design by Martha Genung. Amherst, Mass. [Press of Carpenter ft Morehonse] 1902. 83, [1] p.
front., pi., port. 18%cm. [L.C. 3-5965]



132 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

MATTOON, Ebenezer (1755-1843). Mass, officer in War of 1812, Congressman.

Walker, Alice M[orehouse]. Mary Mattoori and her hero of the revolution [General Ebenezer Mattoou]
Cover design by Martha Genung. Amherst, Mass. [Press of Carpenter & Morehouse] 1902. 83, [1] p.
front., pi., port. 18%cm. [L.C. 3-5965]
MAUL family.

...William Maul and Bethlah Guthrie, ancestors of the Logan family (note). Penn Mag -j(1902)

479-80.
MATJLSBY family.

Payne, Cora M. (Patty). Genealogy of the Maulsby family for five generation, 1699-1902; comp. by careful
research among Quaker, government and family records... Dose Moines, G. A. Miller, 1902. 5 p. 1., 142
p., 1 1., 10 1., [2] p. ill., pi., port., fold, map, facsim. (partly fold.) 24cm. [L.C. 3-3828]
MAUMEE Valley, Ohio. Valley of Maumee R. in northwestern Ohio.

Gunckel, John E. The early history of the Maumee Valley. Toledo, O., Press of the Hadley printing co.,
1902. 101 p. incl. front., ill., pi. 21 x 18 cm. [61.Men.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)408 "...graphic account...
likely to be of some service in the preparation of a more complete historv." L.C. 2-22687]
MAXIM, (Sir) Hiram Stevens (h.1840). Am. inventor and manufacturer, resident of England.

Price, Charles W. Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim. Cosmopol 33(1902)530-2, port.
MAXWELL, William Henry (h.1852). N. Y. educator, Supt. N. Y. City schools, writer.

The head of four hundred schools. World's Work 3(1901-2)1848-51, port.
MAY, Samuel (1810-1899). Mass. Unitarian clergyman, writer.

Dodge, BenJ. J. Samuel May. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)11-14.
MA YES, Edward (b.1846). Miss. Confederate soldier, politician.

[Edward Mayes]. Miss Hist P 6(1902)307-8.
MAYHEW, Thomas (1592-1682). Colonial Governor Martha's Vineyard.

The Owl on Martha's Vineyard. The Owl 3(1902)63-6.
MAYNARD, Newland (d.1901). N. Y. Episcopal clergyman, writer and lecturer.

Rev. Newland Maynard (obituary). N Y Rec 33(1902)54.
MAYO-SMITH, Richmond (1854-1901). Columbia University Prof., writer.

Sellgman, Edwin R. A. Richmond Mayo-Smith. Columb Q 4(1901)40-5, port.
MAZZEI, Filippo (b.1730). European Agent of Va. during Am. Revolution.

Z i m m e r n, Helen. Story of Mazzei. New Eng M 27(1902)198-211.
MAZZUCHELLI, Samuel Charles (1807-64). Catholic priest.

Rev. Samuel Charles Mazzuchelll, 0. P. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)250. port.
MEAD (or Meade) family.

C a 1 1 a h a n, G. C. Some of the Meads. Win M Q 10(1902)191-7,242-5.
MEADVILLE, Pa. City of Crawford Co. 36 m. S. of Erie.

Wilbur, Earl Morse. A historical sketch of the Independent congregationnl church, Meadville, Pennsyl-
vania, 1825-1900. Meadville, Pa., 1902. vll, 96 p. front., pi., port. 20cm. [L.C. 2-16948]
MEARS family.

Mears, (Mrs.) Kate DeRossett. "A group of my ancestral dames of the colonial period." Goldsborov N. C.
[1902] O. pp. 17. [Rev. in: South Hist A Pub 6(1902)526 "relates mainly to members of the t)eRossetc
family."]
MEAT packing industry. Business of transforming cattle into meat, and marketing it.

Shirley, William M. Inside a great packing plant. Nat'l M (Bost) 15(J901-2)581-6, ill.
MECKLENBURG County, N. C. A south border Co.

Alexander, J[ohn] B[revard]. The history of Mecklenburg County from 1740 to 1900... Charlotte, N. C.,

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MEDAL of Honor Legion of U. 8. Society of recipients of U. S. Medal for service in Civil and Spanish wars.
Medal of honor legion of the United States. A record of the greeting given by the local members and citi-
zens of Philadelphia, on Thursday and Friday, November 6 and 7, 1902 and proceedings of the legion in
Independence hall, Philadelphia, Pa., Friday, November 7, 1902. [Philadelphia, 1902?] 37 p. 2 port.
23cm. [L.C. 3-29117]
MEDFIELD, Mass. Village in Medfield township, Norfolk Co., 18 m. S.W. of Boston.



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