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[Albany, Reprinted for J.McDonough, 1902] xl, [13]-191 p. 23y 2 xl8^cm. [No. 43 of a limited edition
of 500 copies. In style of type and arrangement of pages, an almost exact reproduction of the original
edition. 76(1903)132 "reprint. . .largely from manuscripts. . .main[ly]. . .voyages about
1700 up and down the great river ... abound In explanatory r'oot notes." L.C. 3-8717]
MISSISSIPPI Valley. Valley of Hiss, river.

Hamilton, Peter J. The beginnings of French settlemt-nt of the Mississippi Valley. Gulf Mag 1


Hamilton, Peter J. The French settlement of the Mississippi Valley. Reprinted from the American His-
torical Magazine, April, 1902. 80. pp. 14. [ Mag 1(1902)69 "reprinted from the Ameri-
can Historical Magazine."]

Hamilton, Peter J. The French settlement of the Mississippi Valley. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)136-47.
H o am e r, James Kendall. The Mississippi Valley organized. Wise Hist I roe '01(1902)123-36.
Hough, Emerson. The settlement of the West: A study hi transportation. Cent 63(1901-2)200-15,355-69.
Kephart, Horace. Pennsylvania's part in the winning of the West; an address delivered before the Penn-
sylvania society of St. Louis, December 12, 1901... St. Louis, Bureau of publicity of the Louisiana pur-
chase exposition, 1902. 19, [1] pp. 23cm. [Cover-title. K Reg 56(1902)216(F.W.Parke)
"complete knowledge ... and in tensest sympathy. . .displayed." L.C. 2-4706]
Predigerleben im Westen in der Besiedelungszeit. Deutsch-Am G 21(1902)47-9.
MISSOURI. Central state of U. S., admitted 1821.

H a s k e 1 1, J. G. The passing of slavery in Western Missouri. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)28-39.
Marbut, C[urtis] F[letchor]. ...The evolution of the northern part of the lowlands of south-eastern Mls-
souri... [Columbia, Mo.] University of Missouri, 1902. vlii, 63 p. pi.. map. 27cm. (The University
of Missouri studies, v. 1, no. 3) [L. C. 3-8361]

Missouri troops in service during the Civil War. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 80. pp. 336. Sen-
ate Doc. No. 412, 57th Cong. [Rev.ln:Gulf Mag 1(1902)232-3 "exact and circumstantial statement...
more than a local value... full of all pertinent documents."]

Two Missouri Historians. A paper read before the State Historical Society of Missouri, at its first annual
meeting, held at Columbia, Dec. 5th, 1901. Maryville, Mo., Republican Print, 1902. 8vo. pp. 20, ill.
[ E Reg 56(1902)333(F.W.Parke) "Each is appreciatively ami impartially depicted."]
MITCHELL, Donald Grant (b.1822). "Ik Marvel." Essayist.

K i m b a 1 1, Arthur Reed. Glimpses of Edgewood. Bk-Buyer 25(1902-3)99 105, ill.
MITCHELL, John (b.1869). Til. Pres. of United Mine Workers of America.

Morris, Elizabeth Catherine. John Mitchell, the leader and the man. Indep 54(1902)3073-8, ill., port.
Steffens, Lincoln. A labor leader of to-day. John Mitchell and what be stands for. McClure 19

(1902)355-7, port.
MITCHELL family.

Bowman, George Ernest. Experience Mitchell's will and inventory. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)150-2.
MOBILE, Ala. Seaport city of Mobile Co. 165 m. E. by N. of New Orleans.

The El-Centenary of the French settlement of the Southwest. South Hist A Pub 6 (1802) 158-6*.
King, Grace. Fort Louis of Mobile: A commemoration. Outl 79(1902)433-6.
Thomas, David Y. An early decision ou imperialism. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)164-6.
MODERN Language Association.

Modern Language Association and American Dialect Society, 1901 meeting. Nation 74(1902)27-8.
MOHAVE Indians. A Yuman tribe of the lower Colorado B. basin.

K r o e b e r, A. L. Preliminary sketch cf Mohave Indians. Am Anthrop 4(l902)276(Ap).
MOHAWK Lndians. Leading tribe of the Irnquoig Confederacy, occupying lower Mohawk R. valley, K. T.

Brant-SrosJ. O. Dekanawldeh: The law-giver of the Caniegahakas. Man (1901) 166-70.
MOHAWK Valley, K. Y. Central N. Y. Valley of Mohawk E., a tributary of the Hudson.

H a 1 s e y, Francis W. The historic Mohawk Valley. Bk-Buyer 23(1901-2)545-9, 111.
MOHONK Indian Conference. Annual conference at L. Mohonk, N. Y., in interest of the Indians.

D a v i , 3. E. The Mohouk Indian conference. South Work 30(1901)649-S4.
MOKI (Moqui or Hopi) Indians. Pueblo tribe of Arizona.

Holder, Charles Frederick. The snake dancers of Tusayau. New Eiig M 25(1901-2)512-19, ill.
James, George Wharton. Moki and Navaho Indian sports. Outing 39(1901-2)10-15, 111.
MONEY. Any commodity used as medium of exchange.

Arnaune, Auguste. La monnaie, le credit et le change. ...Ouvrage couronne par 1' Academic des sciences
morales et polltlques. 2. ed. rev. et augm. Paris, F.Alcan, 1902. 2 p. 1., viil p., 431 p. diagr. 23cm.
[Rev.iu:Nution 75(1902)188 "Good. . .description of money ... detailed accounts of . . .monetary system...
of. . .United States. . .written. . .clearly." L.C. 3-6441]


Davit, Andrew McFarUnd. Tracts relating to the currency of the Massachusetts Bay, 1682-1720; ed...
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1902. x, 894 p., 1 1. 18 facsim. Incl. front.
22%cm. [Contents. Severals relating to the fund (1681) Some considerations on the bills of credit now
passing in New-England (1691) Some additional considerations addressed unto the worshipful Elisha
Hutchinson, esq. (1691) A model for erecting a bank of credit (1688) A projection for erecting a bank
of credit in Boston, New-England, founded on land security (1714) Objections to the bank of credit,
lately projected at Boston (1714) A letter, from one in Boston, to his trleud In the country (1714)
Some considerations upon the several sorts of banks propos'd as a medium of trade (1716) The present
melancholy circumstances of the province consider'd and methods for redress -umbly proposed 1(719)
An addition to the Present melancholy circumstances of the province considered, &c. (1719) The dis-
tressed state of the town of Boston, &e., considered (1720) A letter from one in the country to his
friend in Boston, containing some remarks upon a late pamphlet, entltuled, The distressed state of the
town of Boston, Ac. (1720) A letter front a gentleman, containing some remarks upon the several
answers given unto Mr. Column's, entltuled, The distressed state of the town of Boston (1720) A vin-
dication of the remarks of one in the country upon The distressed state ol Boston (1720) Reflections on
the present state of the province of Massachusetts-Bay (1720) The distressed state of the town of Bos-
ton once more considered (1720) Some proposals to benefit the province (1720) Rev. in: Am Hist R if
(1902)381 -3(M.M.Bigelow) "solid piece of work... every chapter and page has weight and place. . .several
useful appendices and a good index conclude each part"; Am Hist R 8(1903)586 "editing seems to have
been done with scholarly care. . .accompanied by satisfactory bibliographical notes"; Nation 76(1903)32
"arrangement. . .chronological. . .value. . .lies in the economic as well as the historical aspect"; N E Reg
56(1902) 104 (H.E. Woods) "most valuable contribution to history." L.C. 3-885]

Davis, John, and Martin, Isaac. The counterfeiting of colonial paper money [1735] [1739]. Boat Bull

M a r k h a m, F. G. Early coinage of money in America. Conn Mag 7(1302)381-6, port.

Mitchell, Wesley C. The circulating medium during the Civil War. J Pol Eeon 10(1901-2)537-74.
MONONGALIA County, W. Va. A northern Co. of state, border* on Pennsylvania.

Early marriage licenses in Monongalla County. Transallegheuy Hist M 2(1902)56-63.

Fust, R. E. Pioneer settlements on tha Western Waters. [Continued.] Transallegheuy iilst M 1
11901-2)169-92,240-53,261-78; 2,1-29.

History and geography [of Monongalla Co.] Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2)293-97.

M a x w e 1 1, H. Pioneers in Monongalla County. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2)284-92.

Monongalla County records prior to 1796. A bibliography. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2)209-10.
MONROE, James (1758-1881). 5th President of the United States.

Burr, Aaron. Aaron Burr to Governor Alston [1815]. Bost Bull 7(1902)lSfi-7.

Monroe, James. [Letter] 1821. Bost Bull 7(1902)142-4.

Monroe, Ja. Writings; ed. by S. M. Ha in 11 1. n. v. 3, 1790-1802, 1900. v. 4, 1803-1800, 1901. v. 5, 1807-16.
v. 6, 1817-1823. N. Y., Putnam, 1902. 80. [Rev.(v.6)lu:Am Hist R 8(1903)781 -2(J.F. Jameson) "im-
portant contribution ... needs more explanatory foot-uotes. . .[150] pages [cf] Inaugural addresses and...
messages to Congress."]
MONROE Doctrine (1883). Contravention of foreign interference in American affairs.

B r n n 1, B. Kunst u. Monroedoctrin. Zelt(1902)Nr.428.

Ford, Worthington C. Some Original Documents on the Genesis of the Monroe Doctrine. Mats Hist Soc
Proc 11.15(1901-2)373-436.

Ford, Worthlngton Channcey. John Qulnt-y Adams and the Monroe Doctrine. Am illst u 7(1902)670-98;

Foster, John W. Canada and the Monroe Doctrine. Indep 54(1902)721-3.

L e e c h, H. Brougham. The Monroe Doctrine. Fortn R 78(1902)837-51.

Pollock, George. The Monroe doctrine. 19th Cent 52(1902)533-63.

Stanwood, Edward. The moral aspects of the Monroe Doctrine. Outl 70(1902)371-4.

Venezuela and the Monroe Doctrine. Outl 72(1902)971-3.
MONTAGUE, Andrew Jackson (b.1862). Va. Attorney-General, Governor.

Andrew Jackson Montague. World's Work 4(1903)2136, port. only.
MONTANA. A northwestern state of U. S., admitted 1889.

Montana's oapitol, dedicated at Helena, Montana, July 4, 1902... Great Kails, Mont., W.T.Rldgley print-
ing company [1902] [24] p. incl. 111., port. 16',<,x24M-cm. [L.C. 2-25810J

Sixth Biennial Report of the Librarian of the Historical and Miscellaneous Department of the Montana

State Library, 1901-1902. Helena, Montana, Independent Pub. Co., 1902. 50 pp. 80.
MONTCALM, Louis Joseph, Marquis de (1712-59). Commander of the French troops in Canada.

C a s g r a 1 n, H.-R. Montcalm et Levis. Rech Hist 8(1902)79-80, port.

C a s g r a i u, P. B. La Maisou Moutcalm sur les remparts a Quebec. Rech Hist 8(1902)225-37,257-67.


C a B g r a 1 11, P. B. Une Autre Maison Montcalm & Quebec 1T59. Rech Ulst 8(1902)329-40.
C h a p a i s, Thomas. Montcalm et Townshend. Nouv Pr 1(1302)409-18.
Doughty, Arthur G. La Cuirassc de Montcalm. Nouv Fr 1(1902)438-41.
" L'E 1 o g e historique du marquis de Moutcalm." Rech Hist 8(1902)374.
La lettre de Montcalm a Townshend. Rech Hist 8(1902)305.
La " M o r t de Montcalm," Par Wattean. Rech Hist 8(1902)300.
Raymond, Andrew V. V. Montcalm. N Y Hist A 2(1902)39-45.
MONTE JO, Francisco de (ab.1479-ab.1549).

Alba, [Maria del Rosario (Falco y Osorio) Fitz James] 9. duquesa de Berwick y 16. duquesa de. Nuevos
aut6grafos de Cristobal Col6n y relaciones dc ultramar. [For detail see same title under subject, Col-
umbus, Chr.]
MONTEREY, (Mexico). Battle and siege of Mexican War, Sept. 20-25, 1846.

Duncan, James (letter of). The battle of Monterey. Collect 15(1902)45-6.
MONTGOMERY, John (tl.1766). Md. Episcopal clergyman.

The Rev. John Montgomery, A.M. [note]. Penn Mag 20(1902)154-5.
MONTGOMERY, Joseph E. (1817-1902). Ky. Mississippi pilot, Confederate commodore.
Commodore J. E. Montgomery. Confed Vet 10(1902)41(3-7, port.
Death of Commodore Joseph . Montgomery. Gulf Mag 1(1902)154-6.
MONTGOMERY, Mass. Township of Hampden Co. about 16 in. N.W. of Springfield.

Montgomery, Mass. Vital records of Montgomery, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. . . Boston, 1902. 66
p. 23%cm. (New-England historic genealogical society. [Vital records of the towns of Massachu-
setts]) [Ed. by Henry Ernest Woods. L.C. 3-5252]

MONTICELLO, Va. Estate of Thomas Jefferson, 3 m. S.E. of Charlottesville.
Monticello, seat of T. Jefferson. Ctry Life Am 2(1902)56(Je).
Townsend, George Alfred ("Gath"). Monticello and its preservation, since Jefferson's death, 1826-1902.

[Washington, D. C., Gibson bros., printers, 1902] 56 p. front., pi., port. 20cm. [L.C. 2-14593]
MONTPELIER, Vt. Capital of Vt. 40 m. E.S.E. of Burlington.

D e w e y, William T. Copied from the town clerk's rec. Marriages in Montpelier, Vermont. Vt Ant 1


MONTREAL, Canada. City of the province of Quebec 180 m. S.W. of Quebec.
A u d e t, V. J. Coroners de Montreal. Rech Hist 8(1902)244.

A u d e t, F. J. Lee Maitres de Poste de Montreal depuis !:, cession. Rech Hist 8(1902)16-9.
A u d e t, F. J. Sherifs de Montreal (1). Rech Hist 8(1902)200.
Caverne de Saint-Michel, Montreal. Rech Hist 8(1902)252-5.
Gard, Anson A[lbert]. The wandering Yankee; or, The fun of seeing Canada... New York, The Emerson

press [1902] 4 p. 1., [ll]-349 p. ill. 19cm. [L.C. 2-20677]

Huguet-Latour, L. A. Ouverture du chemln Papineau a Montreal -a 1810. Rech Hist 8(1902)82-4.
Le buste de George III. a Montreal. Rech Hist 8(1902)21-2.
Profaning sacred objects. Am Catb Res 19(1902)175.

Richardson, Martha E. Montreal street names. Cauad M 18(1902)355,535-7.
Rochemonteix, Camille de. L'affaire du prie-Dleu. Rech Hist 8(1002)181-5.
MONTRESON, John (ft. 1764). British chief of engineers in America.

Severance, Frank H. The achievements of Capt. John Moutresou ou the Niagara, and the first con-
struction of Fort Erie. Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)1-19.
MOODY, William Henry (b.1853). Mass, lawyer, Secretary of the Navy.
The new Secretary of the Navy. Outl 70(1902)807, port.
W. H. Moody, '76, Secretary of the Navy. Harv Grad M 10(1901-2)524-5, |*>rt.
MOORE, Roger (1838-1901). N. C. Confederate officer.

Col. Roger Moore. Confed Vet 10(1902)32, port.
MOORE family.

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

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details see same title under subject, Haines family.]
MORAVIAN Church. A branch of the Lutheran church noted for its missionary zeal.

C 1 e w e 1 1, J. H. Moravian settlement in North Carolina. N C Bookl 2.4(1902)3-21.
MORE family.

The Historical Journal of the More family, No. 9, 1902. Annual, p. 122-136. Bangor, Pa.
MORGAN, Daniel (ab. 1733-1802). Va. General in Am. Revolution, Congressman.

P e a y, (Mrs.) George K. The battle of Cowpens, and its hero, Daniel Morgan. Am Month M 21(1902)


MORGAN, George (1742-1810). Officer in Am. Revolution, 1st V. S. Indian Commissioner, writer.

V r o o m, Hon. G. D. W. Interesting letters of George Morgan and Aaron Burr. Penn Mag 26(1902)370-4.
MORGAN, John Pierpont (b.1837). N. Y. financier.

G I e e d, Charles S. John Pierpont Morgan Cosmopol 3o( 1902) 33-5, port.
M e a d e, Edward Sherwood. Mr. Morgan as a financier. Indep 54(1902)3055-9, port.
MORGAN, Louis (b.lSK). Kentucky artist.

[ P r 1 c e, S. W.] Louis Morgan. Fllson Club Pub 17(1902)125-44.
MORGAN, William J. (1840-1900). N. Y. State Comptroller, officer in Civil War.

Hon. William J. Morgan. N Y Hist A 2(1902)8.
MORGAN family.

Morgan, Appleton, i. e. James Appleton. A history of the family of Morgan, from the year 1089 to PITS
ent times. Of the twenty-seventh generation of Cadivor-fiuvr. New York, For subscribers only [1902?]
297 p. Incl. 111., pi., port, front., pi. 21>4cm. [Five hundred copies prji.ted, of which this Is no. 461.
L.C. 3-11084]

MORMONS. A religious sect, founded by Jos Smith, located mainly in Utah.
Campbell, William 11. Mornionism and purity. Miss H 25(1902)133-7.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints, [v. 1]... An introduction and notes by B. H. Roberts. Pub.
by the church. Salt Lake City, Utah, Deseret news, 1902. maps. 23cm. [Contents. [v. 1] Period 1.
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James, Mrs. D. R. While Men Slept. Ass Her 7(1902)398-400.
Kirkeberg, O. L. Der Mormonlsmus. Kopeuhagen, 1902.

Linn, William Alexander. The story of the Mormons, from the date of their origin to the year 1901. New
York, London, The Macmillau co., 1902. xxv, 637 p. facslm., diagr. 23%cui. [ Hist R 8
(1903)373-5 "first critical and thorough treatment. . .first consistent account of... fight against polygamy
...thoroughly Indexed ... well illustrated with documents from Mormon sources"; Natlou 75(1902)154-5
"Best that has appeared. . .testimony. . .compactly stored ... fairly Interpreted and weighed. . .[no] bibliog-
raphy .. .abounds In citations"; Dial 34(1903)16-17( W.H.Carrtith) "sources are chiefly. . .Mormon. . .ref-
erence Is constant and entirely adequate. . .not much that is new... takes a middle path." L.C. 2-4701]
I. 11 n n, George R. A study of Mormonism. I. Religious character. Bib Sac 59(1902)341-65.
M c M 1 1 1 a n, D. J. Conversion of a Mormon prlent. Ass Herald 7(1902)401-4.

Miller, Glen. The Mormons:. A successful cooperative society. World's Work 5(1902-3)2881-94, 111.
Nutting, John D. A study of the present Mormon problem. Indep 54(1902)924-30, 111.
Riley, I[saao] Woodbridge. The founder of Mormonism; a psychological study of Joseph Smith, Jr. [For

details see same title under subject. Smith. Joseph.]

Shoemaker, J. The Mormons, a cooperative commonwealth. Arena 27(J902)164(F).
Winder, John R. Mormonism not a menace In V. 8. Nat'l M< Best) 16(1902)563-61, 111., port.
MOR08. A tribe or race in the Philippines.

Bonsai, Stephen. The Moros and their country. Outl 71(1902)115-9.
MORRILL, Jacob (1648-1718). Massachusetts citizen.

Johnson, John French. The Quaker burial place, Salisbury, Mass, (not-i. N E Reg 56(1902)205.
MORRIS. Mary White (fl.1767). Wife of Robert Morris.

Hart, Charles Henry. Two women of the eighteenth century. Cent 63(1901-2)374-7, port.
MORRIS, Robert (1734-1806). Signer of Declaration of Independence, financier of Am. Revolution.
The ancestry of Robert Morris, the "Financier of the Revolution." Penn Mag 26(1902)153-4.
Morris, Robert. [Letter] to John Nicholson [1799]. Boat Bull 7(1902)35-6.
Robert Morris (letter). Collect 15(1902)72.
MORRIS, Thomas (1776-1844). Ohio IT. 8. senator, judge.

S w 1 n g, J. B. Thomas Morris. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)352-60.
MORRIS County, N. J. A northern Co. of state.

Crayon, J[oseph] Percy. Rockaway records of Morris county, N. J., families. Cemetery records, church
history, military records, local history, genealogies of the old families, nearly 20,000 data... Rock-
away, N. J., Rockaway publishing co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 300, [4] p. front., pi., port. 20%cm. [L.C.
MORROW County, Ore. Co. in north-central part of state.

Parsons William. An illustrated history of Cmatllla County, and of Morrow County, by W. S. Shlach ;
with a brief outline of the early history of the state of Oregon, [n. p.] W.H.Lever, 1902. xv, 581 p.
pi., port. 30x23%cm. [L.C. 2-29728]

MORSE, Jedidiah (1761-1826). Mass. Congregational clergyman, cartographer, writer.
Morse, Jedldiab. Jedldlab Morse to MoBes Flsk. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)372-4,


MORTON, John (1724-77). Signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Clark, Martha Bladen. Homes of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. John Morton's. Am
Month M 21(1902)23-5, ill.

MORTON, Levi Parsons (1824-64). N. Y. Governor, Vice-President of the United States.

Estate of Lev! P. Morton. Ctry Life .Am 1(1902)9(N '01).
MOSBY family.

Rivers, Flournoy. Littleberry Mosby William Cannon. Va Mag 10(1902)99-100.
MOSELEY, Edward Strong (1813-1900). Massachusetts.
Edward Strong Moseley. In Memoriam 1813-1900. Privately printed, 1002. 1 vol. 8vo. pp. 72. [51. E Reg 56(1902)332(F.W.Parke) "appreciative contributions of friends."]
MOSSOM, David (fl.1729). Va. 1st Episcopal clergyman ordained in the Colonial church.
(I r 1 n n a n, A. G. Rev. David Mossom's note book (uote). Va Mag 10(1002)102-3.
MOTLEY, John Lothrop (1814-77). Am. diplomat, historian, minister to Austria.

John Lothrop Motley (letter). Collect 16(1902)1-2.
MOTT, George Scudder (1829-1901). N. J. Preshyterian clergyman, writer.

C o n n e t, John L. Memorial on the death of Rev. George Scudder Mott, D.D. Jerseym 8(1902)1-4, ill.
MOTJLTON family.

Will of Robert Moulton, sr. [of Salem, Mass., ab. 1655]. Ess Ant 6(1902)78.
MOUNDS, Indian. Prehistoric Am. monuments.
Albright, James G. Exploration of a mound on Fox island in Rest Lake, Vilas County [Wis.]. Wi

Arch 2(1902-3)14-5.

B a u g h m a n, A. J. Prehistoric Earthworks of Richland County. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)67-71.
Boyle, David. Indian Mounds Ontario Annual Archaeol Rep 1901(1902)22-35.
Fowke, Gerard. Archaeological history of Ohio; the Mound builders and later Indians. [For details see

same title under subject, Ohio.]

G r e e r, Henry Burns. Thomas Jefferson on Prehistoric Americans. Am Ant 24(1902)224-8.
H a 1 b e r t, H. S., and Brown, A. J. Published accounts f prehistoric temains. Miss Hist P 5(1902)


Hulbert, Archer Butler. . . .Paths of the mound-building Indians and great game animals. . . Cleveland, O.,
The A.H.Clark company, 1902. 140 p. incl. maps. 26M>cm. (His Historic highways of America, v. 1)
["Fifty sets were printed on large paper, of which this is one of two setc for copyright."
Hist R 8(1902)539-41(E.R.Sparks) "occasionally the deduction. . .may be questioned ... aside from the
proof of his theories. . .he writes very entertainingly. . .many interesting f acts ... smoother diction...
harmony both of statement and of style [desirable]." L.C. 2-27730]
K n a b e n s h u e, S. 8. Mound Builders' Fort Within Toledo's Limits. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)


L a TV s o n, Pnblius V. The Great Serpent Mounds at Menasha [Wis.]. Wis Arch 1(1901-2)35-6, chart.
M 1 1 1 s, W. C. Excavations of the Adena Mound. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)451-79.
Moore, Clarence B[loomfleld]. Certain aboriginal remains of the northwest Florida coast. [For details

see same title under subject, Florida.]
Ohio, the Site of the Garden of Eden. The Serpent Mound, the Hmiso of Adam and Eve. The Theory

of Rev. Landon West. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)225-31.

Perkins, Edward C. The Vonburn Mounds near Pralre du Lac. Wis Arch 1(1901-2)93-4, chart.
Peterson, C. A. The mound buUding age in North America. [St. Louis, Mo., 1902] cover-title, 16 p.
24Vacm. ["Read before the Missouri historical society, St. Louis, Mo., February 13th, 1902."
South Hist A Pub 6(1902)444 " 'no. . .evidence'. . .mound builders. . .different. . .from the Indiana...
strong, scholarly argument." L.C. 2-17427]

P o r t e r, R. L. The Cutter Mounds at Wankesha [Wis.]. Wis Arch 1(1901-2)41-2.
XT. MORRIS, 111. Township of Ogle Co. 108 m. W. by N. of Chicago.

Mannhardt, Emil. Deutsches Blut iu Mt. Morris township, Ogle county, 111. Deutsch-Am G 2.X

MT. VERNON, Va. Estate of George Washington on the Potomac 15 m. below Washington city.

K o z 1 o w s k i, W. M. Ford, Worthington C., Intro, by. A visit to Mt. Vernon a century ago. A few
pages of an unpublished diary of the Polish poet, J.U.Niemcewicz. Cent 13(1901)510-22, ill., port., facs.

Snowden, W[illiam] H. Some old historic landmarks of Virginia and Maryland, described in a hand-book
for the tourist over the Washington, Alexandria and Mount Vernon electric railway, by W. H. Snow-
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MOUNTAIN Mary. Pa. religious enthusiast and recluse.

Hollinshead, Benjamin. Mountain Mary (Die Berg Maria). Pa Ger vol 3, pp. 133-142.


MOUNTAIN Meadow (Utah). Massacre of emigrant! to Cal. by Indian* incited by Mormon*, 1867.

Carleton, J[amesJ H[enry]. ...Mountain Meadow massacre... Special report of the Mountain Meadow
massacre... [Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902] 17 p. 23cm. ([U. S.] 57th Cong., 1st sess.
House. Doc. no. 605) [Dated, Camp at Mountain Meadows, Utah Territory, May 25, 1859, and
addressed to the Assistant Adjutant-General, D. S. A., San Francisco, Cal. In the House of Represen-
tatives, May 10, 1902. Resolved, That there be printed us a House document 5,000 copies. L.C. 2-23951]
MOUNTAIN Whites. Poor mountaineers of the Southern Statns.

Campbell, Robert F. Classification of Mountain Whites. South Work 30(1901)110-16.
MUHLENBERG, Frederick Augustus Conrad (1750-1801). N. Y. clergyman, Congressman.

Richards, Henry Melchior Muhlenburg. Famous Pennsylvania-German*. Frederick Augustas Conrad

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MUHLENBEHG, Gotthilf Henry Ernest (1753-1816). Fa. Lutheran clergyman and writer.

Richards. Gottbilf Henry Ernest Muhlenberg, D.D. Pa Ger vol. 3, 116-55, port.
MUHLENBERG, John Peter Gabriel (1746-1807). Clergyman, IT. S. senator, officer in Am. Revolution.

Famous Pennsylvania Germans. Gen. John Peter G. Muhlenberg. Pa Ger 3(1902)3-21, 111.
MTJTR, John (b.1838). Am. explorer, naturalist, writer.

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