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John Muir. World's Work 3(1901-2)1802, port. only.
MULHOLLAND. James Eugene (1841-86). Catholic priest.

Rev. James Eugene Mulholland. Am Catb Hist 13(1902)335, port.
MUI.LER. Adam (b. about 1700). Va. settler of Shenandoah Valley.

K e m pe r, Charles E. Adam Muller (Miller), first white settler in the valley of Virginia. Va Mag 10

(1902)84-6.
MULVIHILL, Denis. Bridgeport, Conn., labor mayor.

P o r t e r, Maurice Sherman. Denis M-ilvlhill, stoker and mayor. McClure 18(1901-2)465-71.
MUMFORD family.

M n m f o r d and Mnnford (note). Wm M Q 11(1902)75-6.
MUNICIPAL ownership. Ownership of works of public utility by the city.

Adams, Alton D. Municipal gas and electric plants in Massachusetts. J Pol Ucon 10(1901-2)214-29.

Adams. Alton D. Municipal gas and electric plants in Massachusetts. Pol Scl Q 17(1902)247-55.

Municipal lighting. Nation 75(1902)25-6.

The recent history of municipal ownership In the United States. Munlc AIT 6(1902)524-38.
MURFREESBORO (Tenn.). Civil War battle. Dec. 31, 1862-Jan. S, 1863.

N 1 c h o 1 s, J. H. Experiences in battl" of Murfreesooro. Confed Vet 10(1001-2)162-3.
MURPHY, John Francis (b.1853). N. Y. landscape artist.

L a w r e n c e, H. T. J. Francis Murphy, American landscape painter, with portrait. Brush P 10

(1902)205(J1).
MURPHY, John S. (1847-1902). Iowa editor.

John S. Murphy. Annals of Iowa 5(1902)394.
MURPHY, R. D. (1836-1902). Md. Confederate officer.

8 t e w a r t, R. D. MaJ. Richard Davla Murphy. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)269-70.
MURRAY, John (ab. 1741-1315). Mass, clergyman, founder of Universalism in America.

Mason, Edward Gllman. The founding of a faith. New Eng M 27(1902)464-9, ill.
MURRELL, William (b.1746). 8. C. merchant, officer in Am. Revolution.

F u r m a n, Kate. William Murrell, an old-time merchant in S. C. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)232-40.
MUSIC. The art of producing harmonious sounds.

B r a y 1 c y, Arthur W. The first organ in America. New Eng M 27(1902)212-19, 111.

F 1 n c k, Henry T. Mascagnl in America. Indep 54(1902)2571-4, port.

H a c k e 1 1, K. American music of the 17th century. Music 21(1902)1291 J).

Harpsichord, 1767 (note). Va Mug 10(1902)217.

I> a h e e , Henry C. A century of choral singing In New England. New Eng M 26(1902)102-17.

Mason, Daniel Gregory. Some American composers. Outl 70(1902)674-8.

M a t h e w s, W. S. B. Musical progress In America in 1902. Music 22(1902)254(D).

N o r r 1 8, H. Composing American music. Music 22(1902) 181 (N).

Report of the exhibition of antique musical instruments. Wor Soc Ant 18(1902)105-24.

An organist, 1773. Wanted (note). Va Mag 9(1902)424.

Upton, George P[utnam]. Musical pastels; with Illustrations from rare prints and facsimiles. Chicago,
A.C.McClurg & co., 1902. 6 p. 1., 213 p., 1 1. front., port. 22M,cm. [Contents. Nero, the artist. The
musical small-coals man. Music and religion. The first American composer. The beggar'* opera. The



144 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

first opera. Some musical controversies. A musical royal family. The bullfinch and the nightingale.
The man Beethoven. Rev.in:Dial 33(1902)210-12(Wallace Rice) "more than ordinary promise of becom-
ing a permanent contribution. . .has more than a few pleasant things to say of "The First American
Composer," William Billings, of Boston..." L.C. 2-22507]
NAN TUCKET, Mass. Island in Atlantic Ocean 20 m. 8.E. from mainland.

Bliss, William Root. September days on Nantucket. Boston and New York, Honghton, Mifflin and com-
pany, 1902. 5 p. 1., 145 [1] p. 20cm. [Various opinions concerning "Quaint Nantucket": p. 137-145.
L.C. 2-16101.

Dudley, Myron S. Two centuries of churches and pastors in Nantucket, Mass. N E Reg 56(1902)17-26.
Dudley, Myron Samuel. Churches and pastors of Nantucket, Mass., from the first settlement to the pres-
ent time. 1659-1902... Boston, D.Clapp & son, 1902. 21 p. front. 24cm. [Reprinted, In enlarged
form, from New England historical and genealogical register for Jan. 1902. Rev.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)
2!9(K.W.Parke) " "genuine history" ... reprint from the [New Eng. Hist, and Gen.] Register ... two hun-
dred and fifty copies." L. C. 2-23880]

Starbuck, Mary E. Whale oil and spermaceti. New Eng M 26(1902)515-24, ill.

Wyer, Henry S[herman]. Ssa-girt Nantucket; a hand-book of historical and contemporaneous Information
for visitors... Nantucket, H.S.Wyer, 1902. 204 p. front., 111., pi., fold. map. 17cm. [L.C. 2-17872]
NARRAGANSETT Bay, R. I. Inlet of Atlantic in southern part of state.

K n o w 1 e s, Harry. Famous farm houses in the Narragansett country. New Eng M 26(190^)387-98.
NASH family.

A. H. T. Nash Sampson Sonle (note). N E Reg 56(1902)205.
NASHUA, N. H. City of Hillsborougrh Co. 35 m. 8. of Concord.

G u s t a v u s, A. C. The Nashua of to-day. Granite M 33(1902)150-77, ill., port.
W a r re n, B. E. Nashua, N. H. Nafl M (Bost) 16(1902)745-9, 111.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. City, capital of state and of Davidson Co., north of center of state.
A t c h i s o n, Elizabeth. [Washington Inn.] Am Month M 21(1902)42-4.
H o w e 1 1, Morton B. First streets of Nashville. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)179 89.
Thruston, Gates P. The Nashville Inn. Am Hist Ma* 7(1902)174-7.
NASHVILLE, University of. Institution at Nashville, Tenn., est. 1828.

Memorial of . . .Univ. of Nashville, to the Congress of the U. S. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)80-7.
NAST, Thomas (1840-1902). Am. caricaturist, lecturer.

M a u r 1 c e, A. B. Thomas Nast and his cartoons. Bookman 15(1902)19(Mr).
NATCHEZ, Miss. City, capital of Adams Co., on Miss. R. 100 m. 8.W. of Jackson.

M c G r a w, Daniel. Appeal of the Catholics of Natchez, Miss., to Archbishop Carroll for a priest 1816.

Am Cath Res 19(1902)64.

W 1 1 c o x, (Mrs.)G. Grlfllng. War time in Natchez. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)135-8.
NATIONAL Academy of Science, organized 1863.

The National Academy of Sciences. Nation 74(1902)322-4.
NATIONAL parks. Parks set apart by the U. S. Gov't.

M u 1 r, J. United States National parks. Nat'l M (Bost) 15(1901-2)533-40, ill., map.
"NATIVE AMERICANISM." A term for anticatholic movements in TJ. S.

D e s m o n d, H. J. Native Americanism. Am Cath Q 27(1902)747-60.
NATURAL gas. Hydrocarbon gas for heating and illumination piped from well* to consumer.

S c o t t, C. F. The discovery and development of natural gas in Kansas. Trans Kan Hist Soc (1901-2)

7(1902)126-30.
NATURALIZATION. Investing a foreigner with native rights.

F r a n k 1 1 n, F. G. The legislative history of naturalization in the United States, 1776-1796. Am Hist A

Rep '01,1(1902)299-317.

NAVAHO (or Navajo) Indians. An Athapascan tribe of New Mexico and Arizona.
James, Geo. Wharton. Moki and Navaho Indian sports. Outing 39(1901-2)10-15, 111.
P e p p e r, G. H. Navajo blanket-making. Everybody's 3(1902)33(Ja).
Snow, Clara M. An experience. South Work 30(1901)543-8, 111.
NAVY See Army and Navy.

NEBRASKA. The central state of U. S., admitted 1867.

Carr, Daniel M[athewJ. Progressive men of Nebraska; a book of portraits. Dodge County ed. ; introduc-
tion by Ross L. Hammond; historical review of Dodge County; comp. from public and private records,
with an appendix: information for the citizen and taxpayer. Fremont, Neb., Progress publishing com-
pany, 1902. 170 numb. 1. incl. ill., pi., port. 26 x 21%cui. [Printed on cue side of leaf only. No. 222.
L.C. 3-562]



WHITINGS ON AMEHICAN HISTORY 1902. 145

Cole, Gilbert L. Along the overland trail iu Nebraska in 1852. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)172-81.

H a r d y, H. W. Reminiscences. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)207-11.

Johnson, Hadley U. Communication of Hadley D. Johnson. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)51-8.

L e 1 g h t o n, (Mrs.)Harriet W. Reminiscences of the crusade in Nebraska. Neb Hist S 11.6(1902)165-71.

L o b i n g i e r, Charles Sumner. The Nebraska constitution. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)96-104.

Marvin, George P. Bull-whacking days. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)226-30.

Miller, George L. Newspapers and newspaper men [in Neb.]. Neb Hist 8 11.5(1902)31-47.

Morton, 3. Sterling. Territorial journalism [Neb.]. Neb Hist S 11.5(1302)11-30.

XI u n n, Eugene. Early freighting and claims club days In Nebraska. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)313-7.

Nebraska. Bur. cf labor and industrial statistics. Nebraska's industries and resources. General descrip-
tion of the state; counties and townships described: Omaha, Lincoln and South Omaha: statistical sum-
mary... by Cyrus E. Watson, state deputy commissioner of labor... Lincoln, Neb., 1902. 245 p. incl.
front., ill." fold. map. 23%cm. (Its Bulletin no. i:) L.C. 2-27754]

Nebraska State Historical Society proceeding* and collections. Second Scries. Vol. 5. 1902. Lincoln,
NVh., Jacob North and Co., 1902. pp. 381.

R a s t a 1 1, John B. Underground railroad in Nebraska. Neb Hlat S II.5(102)323.

R e n n e r, F. Reminiscences of territorial days. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)60-8.

R o 1 f e, D. P. Overland freighting from Nebraska City. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)279-93.

S h e 1 d o n, A. E. A Nebraska episode of the Wyoming cattle war. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)138-49.

T h a y e r, John M. The Pawnee war of 1859. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)231-46.

Thompson,.!. M. The Farmers' Alliance In Nebraska. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)199-206.

Tipton, Thomas Western. Forty years of Nebraska at home and In Congress. United States senator for
Nebraska, 1867-1875. A special publication of the Nebraska state historical society. Lincoln, Neb..
State journal <>., printers, 1902. [viil, 570 p. front., port. 23cm. ([Nebraska state historical society.
Proceedings and collections. 2d ser., v. 4]) Rev.ln:N Y Rec 34(1903)71 "Sketches (fifty-two...) of the
Governors. . .Senators and Representatives [of Nebraska]." L.C. 3-2324]
NEEDHAM, Matt. Village of Norfolk Co. 12 m. S.W. of Boston.

Clarke, George K. Needhain marriages. 1720-1798. N E Reg 56(1902)30-9.

C 1 a r k e, George Kuhn. Baptisms recorded by the ministers. . .of Needham, 1798-1849.
(1901)70-4,115-23; 13(1902)111-2.

Clark .<:. K. Births recorded by the Rev. Jonathan Townsond in Neelham. 1749-1762.
(1902)141-9.

Clarke, George Knhn, LL. B. Deaths recorded by the Rev. Jonathan Townsend, Needbam. 1749-1762.

X E Reg 56(1902)265-70.
NEGROES. Colored people of African birth or descent.

Blair, Henry W. The negro problem. Indep 54(1902)442-4.

Bryce, James. The relations of the advanced and backward races of mankind. Romanes lecture delivered
In the Sheldonian theatre, Oxford, Jun 7, 1902, by James Bryce, D. C. L. N. Y., Oxford University
Press. [Kev.liKlMal 33(1902)208-101 Kelly Miller) 'little thrt is new, yet the clearest and most compre-
hensive. . .utterance. . .treatment. . .concise [and thematic]."]

B u b o 1 s e, W. E. Burgbardt. The problem of bousing the Negro. The home of the village Negro. South
Work 30(1901)601-4.

Calhoun, William P[atrick], The Caucasian and the nojrro in the United States. They must separate. If
not, then extermination. A proposed solution: colonization... Columbia, S. C., The K.I. .Bryan, 1902.
171 p. front, (port.) 19cm. [Rev.in:South Hist A Pub 6(1902)442-3 "negro government in South Caro-
lina between 1868 and 1876. . .whole. . .an argument. .. [for] separation. . .possesses some value." L.C.
2-10728]

Caste and anti-caste. Nation 75(1902)436.

Conrad, Kate B. Uncle Stephen. South Work 30(1901)153-6, port.

C o u n c 1 1 1, W. H. The American negro: an answer. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)40-4.

D 1 c e y, A. V. Mr. Bryce and the relation between whites and Macks. Nation 75(1902)26-8.

D o w d, Jerome. Colored men as cotton manufacturers. Gunton's M 23(1902)254-6.

D n B o 1 s, W. E. Burghardt. Crime and the colored population. Nation 75(1902)499.

D u B o i s, W. E. Burghardt. Of the training of black men. Atlan 90(1902)289-97.

D u B o i s, W. E. Burghardt. The problem of housing thi- Negro. V. Tht- Southern city Negro of the
lower class. South Work 30(1901)688-93, ill.

E 1 1 i o t, G. M. Crime and criminality In the Negro race. South Work 30(1901)636-41.

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

Higher education for the negro. Nation 74(1902)381-2.

H o 1 c o m b e, A. R. Negro conditions sensibly discussed. Outl 72(1902)170-3.

H o u t, J. Ant. Moeurs Amerioainpa. Blanc et nolrs. Nouv Fr 1(1902)368-80.

L e g e r, A. Le reltvement des nfegres aux fttats-Unls. Corresp 10 F6v |UK)2).



146 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

List of works relating to the American Colonization Society, Liberia, negro colonization, ect., in the
New York Public Library. N Y Bull 6(1902)265-9.

Mcllwaine, Richard. Suffrage. An address before the Conference of Democratic Members of the Constitu-
tional Members of the Constitutional Convention of Virginia, January 6, 1902. pp. 14.

Miller, Kelly. The expansion of the negro population. Forum 32(1902)671-9, table.

The Negro Problem. How it appeals to a Southern white woman. Indep 54(1902)2224-2228.

P o e, Clarence H. Should southern whites aid negro schools? Outl 71(1902)1010-3.

P o e, Clarence H. Suffrage restriction in the South; its causes and consequences. No Am 175(1902)534-43.

Punishment for a negro rebel [1688]. Wm M Q 10(1902)177-8.

'The Q u e e n of St. Helena." South Work 30(1901)185-6.

The reign of passion. So Atlan Q 1(1902)301-9.

Robinson, John L. The hope of the negro. Open Court 16(1902)614-9.

S 1 e d d, Andrew. The negro: another view. Atlan 00(1902)65-73.

S 1 1 m s o n, Henry A. The crux of the negro question. Bib Sac 59(1902)717-29.

Terrell, Mary Church. Club work of colored women. South Work 30(1901)435-8.

Tillinghast, Joseph Alexander. ...The negro in Africa and America... New York, For the American eco-
nomic association by the Macmillan company; London, S.Sonnenschein & Co., 1902. 1 p. 1., vi, 231 p.
24%cm. American economic association. Publications, 3d series, v. 3, no. 2) ["Bibliography": p.
[229]-231. Contents. pt. 1. The negro in West Africa. pt. 2. The negro under American slavery. pt.
3. The negro as a free citizen. L.C. 2-24739]

Walton, Fletcher. What we did for the negro before the war. Meth R South 51(1902)897-905.

Washington, Booker T. The national negro business league. World's Work 4(1902)2671-5.

Winston, Robert Watson. An unconsidered aspect of the negro- question. So Atlan Q 1(1902)285-8.
NEGB.OS Za., F. I. Central island of the Philippine group.

N o r r 1 s, W. F. Legal conditions in Island of Negros. Green Bag 14(1902)19(Ja).
NEILS ON. John (1745-1833). N. J. officer in Am. Revolution, member Continental Congress 1778-9.

Honorable John Neilson. Rech Hist 8(1902)246, port. only.
NELSON River, Canada. River of western Canada, connecting L. Winnipeg and Hudson Bay.

D u g a s t, L'Abbe. Riviere Nelson. Rech Hist 8(1902)359.
NEMAHA County, Kan. Co. in N.E. part of state.

Creveooeur, F[erdinand] F[rancis], Old settlers' tales. Historical and biographical sketches of ^ae early
settlement and settlers of northeastern Pottawatomle and southwestern Nemaha counties, Kansas, from
earliest settlement to the year 1877. [Onaga, Kan., 1902] 162 p. 15 x 23%cm. [L.C. 3-7941]
NENO, Paoifioo Antonio (1833-89). Catholic priest.

Most Rev. Paciflco Antonio Neno, D. D., O. S. A. Am Oath Hist 13(1902)249, port.
NEtTBERT, Karl (1818-1901). 111. physician and editor.

Dr. Karl Neubert. Deutsch-Am G 2.2(1302)71.
NEW BERN, N. Carolina. Port and capital of Craven Co. 108 m. E.S.E. of Raleigh.

Kennedy, (Mrs.)Sara Beaumont. Colonial New Bern. N C Bookl 1.2(1901)3-20.
NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada. An eastern Maritine province of the Dominion cf Canada.

Bailey, Joseph Whitman. Some features of New Brunswick rivers. Acad 2(1902)114-8, ill.

Oanong, William F. A monograph of the evolution of thn boundaries of the province of New Brunswick.
No. S of Contributions to the history of New Brunswick. 450 pp; from the transactions of the Royal So-
ciety of Canada, Second Series, 1901-1902, Vol. VII, Sec. II. [Rev.inrAeadleu 2(1902)215-6 "copiously
Illustrated with. . .maps. . .of value. . .interesting."]
NEW ENGLAND. The states of Me., N. H., Vt.. Mass., Conn., R. I., in the Northeast of V. S.

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... New York, Boston [etc.]
Silver, Burdett & company [1902] xiii, 532 p. incl. front, (map) ill. 20^cm. [Rev.ln:Nation 76(1903)
209 "Guide-book. . .[for] Eastern Massachusetts. . .skillfully managed. . .commended for use in schools as
well as by pilgrims"; Dial 35(1903)15 "Rollo-book plan... in spite of .. .manner of presentation ... inter-
esting. . .illustrations. . .add. . .attractiveness and value." L.C. 3-32]

Bailey, Hollis Russell. Acadia and New England. Acad 2(1902)98-106.

A brief description of the towns in New England, A. D. 1650. With an introduction, by Samuel A.
Green. Cambridge, J.Wilson and son, 1902. 8 p. 24cm. [Perhaps the work of John Eliot (1604-1690)
Communication made by Dr. Green at a meeting of the Massachusetts historical society, Jan. 9, 1902.
L.C. 2-7928]

Carryl, Guy Wetmore. New England fisher-folk [Descriptive, not historic]. Harper 105(1902)909-16.

Chamberlain, M. French ace. of raid upon the New England frontlet- in 1694. Acad 2(1902)249-66.

Clark's 111 news from New-England: or a narrative of New-England persecution. Bibliog 1(1902)311-12.



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1002. 147

Crawford, Mary C. ...The romance of old New England rooftrees... Boscou, L.C.Page & company, 1908
[1902] 1 p. 1., x, 11-390 p. front., pi., port. ISV&cm. (Little pilgrimages series) [Rev. In: Nation 75
(1902)362 "A case of book-making. . .collected a number of illustrations showing houses that hare hls-
tories." L.C. 2-23427]

Flake, John. New France and England. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mlfflln and company, 1902. 1 p.
1., v-xxlil p., 1 1., 378 p., 1 1. front., maps. 20%cm. [For details see same title under subject, Can-
ada.]

Ford, Worthington Chauncey. John Cotton's Mooes his Judlcialls and abstract of the laws of New Eng-
land... Cambridge, J. Wilson and son, 1902. 16 p. 24^cm. ["Reprinted from the Proceedings of the
Massachusetts historical society, October, 1902." "250 copies printed." "How far Moses judicial* bind
Massachusetts]": p. 12-16 L.C. 3-14352]

Greene, Samuel A. A brief description of the towns In New England, A. I). 1650. Cambridge, John Wil-
son & Son, UnlT. Press, 1902. 8vo. pp. 8. [Rey.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)216(F.W.Parke) "supposed to have
been written by John Eliot."]

Kurd, Charles Edwin, comp. under. New England library of genealogy and personal history. Boston, New
Eng. Hist. Pub. Co., 1902. pp. 836. Sq. 4o. 111.

Johnson, Clifton. New England and its neighbors. New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1902.
TV, 335 p. incl. front., 111. pi. 20'jcm. [Contents. Midwinter in Valley Forge. When the White
Mountains are white. A ruin beside Lake Champlaln. In the Adlrondacks. The home of Fenimore
Cooper. An historic town In Connecticut. A Jaunt on Long Island. Life on a Green Mountain top.
Down in Maine. Along the Jnnia'ta. Dwellers among the Catskills. A canal-boat royage on the Hud-
son. The autumn tattle show. Cape Cod folks. L.C. 2-23603* Cancel]

Long-well, C Arthur. Vacation impressions ... [New York? 1902] 51 p. ill., pi. 23cm. L.C. 8-27]

M 1 m s, Edwin. The renaissance in New England (1830-75). So Atlan Q 1(1902)224-37.

Montague, Cha. Action of privy Council on petition of John Usher, treasurer and receiver general of
New England, 1689. Bost Bull 7(1902)346-7.

M o u 1 t o n, Augustus F. Church and state In New England. New Eng M 27(1902)96-111.

Nash, Elizabeth Todd. Fifty Puritan ancestors, 1628-1660; genealogical notes, 1560-1900, by their lineal
descendant. New Haven. The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor co., 1902. ill. 182 p. pi., port., facs., tab.
27cm. [8 blank pages at end for "descendants record." Rer.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)327(F.W.Parke)
"nothing unsubstantiated by original sources or acknowledged authorities"; N Y Rec 33(1902)188 [Con-
tains a great deal of valuable genealogical material]; Old Northw Q 5(1C02)66 "shows a great amount
of research. . .accurate. . .good table of contents." L.C. 2-8223]

New England and the tariff. Outl 72(1902)724-31.

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Vol. 56. 1902. Boston, Pub. by the Society,
quarterly 1902. 418+60.

New England Magazine. New Series Vol. 25 A 26, 1901-2. Boston, American Co. Pub. quarterly. Vol.
25, 1901-2. Vol. 26, 1902. pp 776, 768, 111.

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

Peck, Grace Brownell. Amateur art in enrly New England. Harper 104,( 1901-2) 987-94, ill.

Prentice, Thomas Morgan. Historical taverns in New England. Conn Mag 7(1902)469-72, 111.

Proceedings at the Twenty-second Annual Meeting and Twenty-second Annual Festival of the New England
Society In the city of Brooklyn. Officers, Directors, Council, Members, Standing Committees, and By-
Laws of the Society. Borough of Brooklyn, 1902. 82 (1) pp. 4o.

a m a 1 1, W. H. New England Grammar School, 1636-1700. School R 10(1902)513(S).

Smyth, Egbert C. Mary Griffin and her creed. Am Antlq Soc N S 15 I (1902)9-24.

Southwick, Jeanle Lea. A brief account of manners and customs in the New England colonies before
the Revolution. Wor Soc Ant 18(1902)50-64.

Tooker, W. W. Researches relating to th early Indians of New York and New England. No. 9 & 10.
N. Y., F.P.Harper. 1902.

Underbill, John. News from America, or a new and experimental discovery of New England. Underbill

Soc. of Am. 1902, pp44, 80, pamphlet.
NEW GERMANTOWN, New Jersey. Village of Hunterdon Co. 86 m. N. of Trenton.

Fisher, Ben van D. Records of the Corporation of Zion In New Germantown In Weset Jersey. If Y

Rec 32(1901)36-9,97-100,138-41,200-3; 33(1902)21-31,108-13,141-4,220-2.
NEW HAMPSHIRE. An original New England state of TJ. 8.

B r e n n a n, James E. Association In New Hampshire, to stand by the Protestant succession, 1697. Am
Cath Res 19(1902)80.

Colby, James Fairbanks. Manual of the constitution of the state of New Hampshire. Comp. from official
"ources and ed. with sketch of the constitutions of the state, the basis of representation, and appendix.
Concord [Printed by I.C.Evans co.] 1902. 318 p. 23>^em. [Prepared with the cooperation of George
Hill Evans and William Hugh Mitchell. L.C. 3-3137]



148 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

Granite Monthly. A New Hampshire magazine devoted to history, biography, literature and state papers.

Concord, v. 32, 1902. p. 6+399 (1) So. Same order as N. E. Mag and Conn. Mag. 111. magazine with

some fiction and poetry, etc., but chiefly historical and descriptive state articles.
J e n k i n s, F. W. Whittier's New Hampshire. Granite M 33(1902)201-13, ill.
New Hampshire Historical Society Proceedings, v. 3. pt. 2. 1897-1899. Concord, N. H. 1902. pp. 173-534.

So.

Notes and Queries. Vol. 20. 1902. Manchester, N. H., S. C. & L. M. Gould, 1902.
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NEW HARMONY, Ind. Village of Posey Co. 24 m. W.N.W. of Evansville.

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