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Texas newspaper files In the Library r.f Congress. Gulf Mag 1(1902)33-7.
NEWTON County, Miss. Co. in E. part of Missippi.

B r o w n, A. J. Antiquities of Newton county, Mississippi. Miss Hist P 0(1902)441-8.
NIAGARA FALLS. Cataract of Niagara R. which connects Lakes Erie and Ontario.

D u n 1 a p, (trrin E. Niagara The scene of perilous feats. Cosmopol 32(1901-2)358-70, ill., port.
L a u g e r, H.- Nlagarafalle. Voiu Pels z Meer (1902)13.H., ill.

L a n g s 1 o w, R. A Niagara Falls tourist of the year 1817. Being the journal of Captain Richard Langs-
low of the Honorable East India Service. Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)111-33.
W e 1 c h, T. V. How Niagara was made free. The passage of the Niagara Reservation Act in 1885. Pub

Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)325-59.

NICARAGUA. A republic of Central America, between Honduras and Costa Rica, Atlantic and Pacific ocean.
D a w I e y, Thomas R. Nicaragua: The country and the people. Outl 70(1002)1015-19.

Walker, J[ames] W[ilson] G[rimes]. Ocean to oc-ean; au account, personal and historical, of Nicaragua

and its people... U. S. N.; with illustration)) from original photographs and mnps. Chicago, A.C.McClurg

& co., 1902. 1 p. 1., 309 p., 1 1. front., pi., map. 21%fm. [Rev.iu:Dlal 32(1902)380? Wallace Rice) "a

pleasant recital of his own experiences. . .an historical account of Nlcarngua. . .of value.' L.C. 2-7638]

NICHOLSON, Francis (tt.1700). Va. and Md. Governor.

Papers relating to the administration of Governor NichoUou and to the founding of William and Mary

College. Va Mag 9(1902)251-62.

NIEMCEWICZ, J. U. (ab. 1758-1841). Polish poet and patriot, visited Am. In the interests of his country.
K <> z 1 o w a k i, W. M. Ford, Wortbington C. A visit to Mt. Vernon a century ago. A few pages of an

unpublished diary of the Polish poet, J. C. Nlemcewlcz. Cent 63(1901-^)510-22, ill., port., facs.
NILES, John Milton (1787-1866). Conn. U. 8. cenator, Postmaster-General, writer.

N i 1 e s, John M. [Letter] to David Henshaw [1830]. Boat Bull 7(1902)267-8.
NINDE, William Xavier (1832-1901). Am. Methodist Bishop over China, Japan and Korea.

[Ninde, Mary L [ William Xavier Ninde; a memorial, by his daughter... New York, Katon & Mains;

Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye [1902] 9, [1], 21)0 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 23cm. [L.C. 2-21375]
NISSOURI, Ontario. Village in Oxford Co. 8 m. N. of Thamesford.

B ro w n, L. D. Indian occupation in Nlsaourl. Ontario Annual Archeol Rep 1901(1902)38-43.
NIXON, Lewis (b.1861). N. Y. shipbuilder and politician.

Matthews, Franklin. "Who is Nixon?" World's Work 3(1901-2)1996-2002, port.
The real Tammany. Nation 74(1902)401-2.
NOLAN, Thomas (d.1900). N. Y. lawyer.

Stansbury, Charles Frederick. The barrister; being anecdotes of the late Tom Nolan of the New York bar

(With portrait)... New York, Mab press [1902] viii, 204 p. front, (p.)rt.) 18%cm. iL.C. 2-10353]
NOME, Alaska. Cape and mining town on central Alaskan coast.

McKoe, Lanier. The land of Nome; a narrative sketch of the rush to our Bering sea gold-fields, the coun-
try, Its mines and its people, and the history of a great conspiracy 1900-1901, by Lanier McKee. New
York, The Grafton press [1902] U p., 1 1., 260 p. 19%cro. [Rev.ln:Nation 74(1902)296 "...true to life
.. .interest. . .lies in... details of... most remarkable conspiracy to defraud. . .a mining community by pro-
cess of law"; Dial 32(1902)380(Wallaee Rice) "breezily told narrative. ' L.C. 2-10024]
' 8 c r o g g s, Josephine V. Fourth of July at Nome, Alaska. Overland n s 40(1902)59(J1).
S c r o g g s, Josephine V. Nome, Alaska; a day's journey on the Wild Goose Railway. Overland n a 39


NOOTKA Sound Episode. British-Spanish clash in Vancouver Is. *. 89-90.
Turner, Frederick J. English policy towards America In 1790-1791. Am Hist R 7(1902)706-35.


NORFOLK County, Mats. Co. in the E. part of state.

Old Norfolk County records. Ess Ant 5(1901)12-15,46-8,77-9,133-8,179-83; 6(1902)41-4,83-6,131-5,171-80.
NORFOLK County, Va. County in S.E. part of state.

Abstracts from Norfolk county marriage bonds. Low Norf Aut 3(1901)124-9; 4(1902)9-24,54-63.
NORFOLK, Va. City and port of Norfolk Co. 106 m. S.E. of Richmond.
Norfolk Academy. 1848. Low Norf Aut 4(1902)26-32.

Old St. Paul's and the bombardment of Norfolk January 1, 1776. Am Mouth M 21(1902)284-8.
St. Paul's church, Norfolk, 1848. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)8-9, ill.
Schools [Va.] Low Norf Ant 4(1902)36-9.
NORRIS, Frank (1870-1902). American writer.

The death of Mr. Frank Norris. World's Work 5(1902-3)2830, port. p. 2815.
NORSEMEN in America. Pre-Columbian discovery by Norwegians.

B 1 u d a u, A. Entdeckgn. d. Normanucn in Amerika. Germania (1902) No. 13-16.

Fischer, Joseph. Die entdeckungeu der Normauueu iu Amerika. Unter besonderer berlickslchtigung der
kartographischen dar stellungeu. Mil einein titelbild, zohu kartenbeilugen uud mehrsren skizzeu...
Freiburg im Breisgau [etc.] Herdersche verlagshaudluiig, 1902. ill, 126 p. iucl. map. front: (facsim.)
map (partly fold.) 23Viicm. [Erganzuugshefte zu den ,,Stiiumen aus Maria-Laach," 81. Bibliography:
p. ix-xii. Rev.iu:Hist Pub Canad 7:16. L.C. 2-16380]

L a m p e, F. Entdeckgu. d. Normannen in Amerika. Nr. 32. Umschau (l02).
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. Town of Berkshire Co. 20 m. N.N.E. of Pittsfleld.

B., L. V. North Adams, Mass. Nat'l M (Bost) 16(1902)625-9, ill.
NORTH AMERICA. Northern continent of western hemisphere.

K 1 o s s e 1, M. H. Grund u. Boden in Nordam. Beit z Kolon Pol ( 1902)770-78.
Moltke, O. Nord- Amerika... Ber. Mettler, 1902. 80. M. 1-60.
NORTH CAROLINA. An original South Atlantic state of U. 8.
A 1 1 e n, W. C. Whigs and tories. N C Bookl 2.5(1302)3-24.

B e s t, J. A. North Carolina in the French and Indian War. Trinity Arch 15(1902)382 88.
B 1 a n c h a r d, J. C. North Carolina in the first National Congress. Trinity Arch 15(1902)389-410.
Clark, Walter. Indian massacre and Tusearoru war 1711-'13. N C Bookl 2.3(1902)3-16, map.
Dodd, William E. North Carolina in the revolution. So Allan Q 1(1902)156-61.
H a y w o o d, Marshall DeLancey. Revolutionary records of North Carolina. Gulf Mag 1(1902)52-3.
Ivey, T N North Carolina Methodist handbook and almanac for 1902. Raleigh, N. C. ( ?) O. pp. 128.

1902(?) [61.Men.ln:South Hist A Pub 61 1902)181 "statistics of that church in the State."]
Lederer, John. The discoveries, In three several marches from Virginia, to the west of Carolina [etc.].

[For details see same title under subject, Virginia.]

North Carolina Booklet. Vol. 1 & 2, 1902. Raleigh, Capital Printing Co. v. 1. 1902. v. 2, 1903.
North Carolina in the Civil War. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)328-34.
North Carolina regimental histories, 1861-'66; ed. and written by participants in the war. Raleigh, N. C.,

M.O.Sherrill, 1902. 5 v. 12o.
Park, (Mrs.) Robert E. Homes of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Am Month M 20

(1902)325-8, port.

P 1 1 1 m a n, Thomas M. The Revolutionary Congress of North Carolina. N C brookl 2.6(1902)3-18.
8 c h a u b, J. L. Fourth and Fourteenth North Carolina. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)537, port.
Sltgreaves, John. Conditions in North Carolina in 1783. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)509-11.
A sketch of North Carolina. By North Carolina Board of Agriculture. Charleston, S. C., 1902. O. pp. 160,
ill. [Rev. in: South Hist 4 Pub 6(1902)357 "made up mainly from North Carolina and its resources...
short historical account."]
NORTH DAKOTA. A northwestern state of U. S., admitted 1889.

B 1 a c k b u r n, W. M. Historical sketch of North and South Dakota.. . S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902)

NORTH Londondery, N. H. Hamlet of Rookingham Co. 6 m. S.E. of Manchester.

Locke, Arthur, Historical sketch of North Londonderry, N. H., and of the Baptist church therein for 100

years, 1799-1899... Haverhill, Mass., C.C.Morse & son, 1902. 1 p. 1., 11 p. 22cm. [L.C. 3-31645]
NORTHAMPTON. County, Va. A southeastern Co. of Virginia.

R o b e r t s o n, T. .B. List of tithables in Northampton County, Virginia, August, 1666. Va Mag 10

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. Village of Hampshire Co. 17 m. N. by W. of Springfield.

Gere, Henry S. Reminiscences of old Northampton, sketches of the town as it appeared from 1840 to 1860,
by Henry S. Gere... [Northampton, Gazette printing company] 1002. 151 p. incl. ill., port., plan,
front. 23%cm. [Molt of these sketches appeared originally in the Hampshire gawtte, 1902. cf. Pref.
L.C. 8-82080]


...Northampton of today; depicted by pen and camera [1902-03] Frederick Kuab, artist. Northampton.
Mass., Picturesque publishing company, 1902. 96 p. incl. front., ill. soujom. [Advertising matter inter-
spersed. L.C. 3-847]
Sprague, Homer B[axter]. Memorial day and its lessons; an address delivered at Northampton, Mass..

May 30, 1902... [n. p., 1902] 22 p. 23%cm. [L.C. 2-23882]

Trumbull, James Russell. History of Northampton, Mass., from its settlement in 1654. vol. II. North-
ampton, 1902. pp. 20+699. 80, cloth. [ Y Rec 34(1903)148-9 "splendid history."]
NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 36 m. W. of Boston.

White, Martha E. D. Westborough and Northborough. New Eng M 20(1902)721-38, ill.
NORTHERN Securities Co. R. R. securities Trust attacked under the Anti-Trust law.

Cutting, Robert L. The Northern Securities Company and the Sherman Anti-Trust law. No Am 174


Railway consolidation. Chant 34(1901-2)354-5.
NORTHUMBERLAND County, Va. An eastern Co. of Virginia.

B e a 1 e, G. W. Early tombs in Westmoreland, Richmond and Northumberland counties. Win M Q 11

NORTHWEST boundary. Boundary between U. 8. and Canada, west of tho Rooky Hts.

U. 8. Congress. Senate. Committee on foreign relations. Foreign office correspondence. 1856-1871.
Forty-ninth parallel west of the summit of the Rocky Mountains. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902.
109 p. 23% cm. ([57th Cong., 1st sess. Senate]) [Correspondence with members of the commission
to determine boundary between the British possessions and the United States, under the treaty of 1846.
L.C. 2-24588]

Chittenden, Hiram M. American fur trade of the far west, etc. [For details see same title under sub-
ject, fur trade.]

Colonization of the Old Northwest Territory. Ess Ant 6(1902)145-7, ill.
H a m 1 1 n, Conde. The new tide of Northwestern migration. R of Rs 25(1902)708-12.
Kinzie. (Mrs.) Juliette A. M. K. Wau-Bau, the "early day" of the Northwest. New ed. . . . Notes and

index... by R. G. Thwaltes. Chicago, Caxton Club, 1902. 111.
Ordinance of 1784 and Jefferson's services for the Northwest Territory. (Old South leaflets, no. 127.)

Boston, Old South Work, 1902.

[ K a n (1 a 1 1, E. ().] The Northwest under three flags. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1002)101-18.
Verelnigte Staaten v. N.-A. Erschllcssgg. d. ncrdwestl Staaten. Export U 902) no. 6.
NORTHWOOD, N. H. Township of Rookingham Co.

Gate, George W. Address delivered by Hon. George W. Cate at the "Old Home Week" celebration at

Northwood, N. H., on Friday, Aug. 22, 1902. Northwood, N. H., 1902. pp. 12. 80, port.
NORWALK, Conn. Town of Fairfleld Co. 22 m. 8. of Danbury.

Scott, Angelina. Norwalk, Connecticut. New Eng M 26(1902)588-606, 111.
NOVA SCOTIA. The most easterly maritime province of the Dominion of Canada.
An act for the importation of salt into Nova Scotia, 1761. Acad 2(1902)118-21.
Du Boscq de Beaumont, Gaston. ...Une France oubll&e; 1'Acadie, par Gaston Du Boseq de Beaumont...

[For details see same title under subject, Canada.]

Report of the Department of Mines [Nova Scotia] for the year ending 30th September, 1901. Halifax,
N. S., T.C.Allen & co, 1902. [Rev.ln:Hlst Pub Canad '02, 7(1903)153-5 "unsatisfactory. . .although sta-
tistics...^ profusion."]

Silver, Arthur P. Moose-hunting in Nova Scotia. Empire R 4 400-4.
OAKLAND County, Mich. Co. in the 8.E. part of Michigan.

B a 1 d w 1 n, A. C. Oakland County Its bench and bar prior to 1840. Mich Hist Col '01,31(1901)152-72.
OAKLEY, Violet (fl.1902). Am. illustrator, designer in glass.

Morris, Harrison S. Violet Oakley. Bk-Buyer 24(1902)294-9, 111., port.
OBER family.

Putnam, Eben. Richard Ober, of Beverly, Mass., nnd his parentage. Gen Q M 3(1902)93-4.
O'BRIEN, Jeremiah (1744-1818). Captain in the navy in Am. Revolution.

Sherman, Andrew M[agoun]. Life of Captain Jeremiah O'Brien, Machine, Maine, commander of the first
American naval flying squadron of the war of the revolution... LMorristown, N. J.J G.W.Sherman,
1902. xvli p., 1 1., 247 p. front., pi., facsim., tab. 21%cm. [41. Men. in: Am Hist R 8(1902)199 "en-
ters considerably Into the Revolutionary War... John D. Long contributes the introduction"; N E Reg
57(1903)122(F.W.Parke) "Minutely and appreciatively narrated." L.C. 2-19889]


O'BRIEN, John P. J. (1818-50). Phila. officer in the Mexican War.

O'Reilly, Isabel. ...Brevet-Major Johii P. J. O'Brien. A. D. 1818-150. Ain Cath Hist 13(1902)137-

OCCANEECHEE Island, Va. Is. in Roanoke R. near Clarksville, Mecklenburg Co.

Occaneechee Island. Wm M Q li (1902)121-2.
OCHS, Adolph 8. (b.1858). Am. newspaper publisher.

A d o 1 p h S. Ochs. World's Work 4(1902)2474, port. only.

W a t k I n a, W. K. The Scotch ancestry of MaJ.-Gen. Sir David Ochterloney, Bart, a native of Boston,

in New England. N E Reg 56(1902)187-95, port.
O'CONNOR, Charles P. (1340-97). Pa. Cath. educator.

Rev. Chas. P. O'Connor, D. D. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)56,125. port.
ODELL, Benjamin B. (b.1354). N. Y. Congressman, Governor.

B e a t t i e, Robert H. Governor Odell: A character sketch. R of Rs 26(1902)676-8, port.

The Governor and the state hospitals. Char 9(1902)102-5.
ODLIN, Woodbridge (1810-98). N. H. banker and merchant.

Woodbridge Odlin [obituary]. N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)300-3, port.
O'DONNELL, Lawrence (1818-1902). Catholic priest.

Brother Lawrence O'Donnell, 0. S. F. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)252, poit.
OGALALA Indians. A branch of the Sioux, Pine ridge reservation.

S c o v 1 1 1 e, Annie Beecher. Ogalala days in school. South Work 30(1001)646-9.
OGBEN, Robert C. (b.1836). N. Y. merchant, philanthropist.

Robert C. Ogden. Worold's Work 3(1901-2)1913, port. only.
OHIO. A north central state of U. 8. admitted 1802.

Fowke, Gerard. Archaeological history of Ohio; the Mound builders and later Indians. Published by the
Ohio state archaeological and historical society. Columbus, O., Press *jt F.J.Heer, 1902. xvi, 760 p.
ill., pi. 23%cm. [Appendix; Explanation of reference notes: p. 729-71$. Rev.ln:Am Hist R 8(1902)
184-5 "purely archaeological. . .has historical value of a negative character ... on the constructive side...
practically nothing. . .real Independence of view cautious. . .as to opinions"; Nation 75(1C02)509 "accu-
rate and sane in treatment. . .a valuable book... will do> much to substitute. . .fact for romance con-
cerning our Mound Builders and later Indians"; Am Ant 24(1902)255-8 "calculated to do
more harm than good" ... "contains inor<- abusive, slanderous and unbecoming language than has ap-
peared In any sclantiflc book for years" ... "total unreliability"; Am Antiq 24(1902)258-61 (J.P.McLean)
"7CO pages, profusely illustrated. . .attractive in appearance ... most dogmatic, arrogant, intolerant,
waspish and llbelous book. . .errors. . .numerous. . .great disappointment iu almost every particular. . .au-
thor... not familiar with. . .antiquities of Ohio." L.C. 2-16102]

King, Rev. I. F. Introduction of Methodism in Ohio. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)165-219.

Knabenshue, S. S. Indian laud cessions in Ohio. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)249-55.

M ' C 1 1 n t o c k, W. T. Ohio's birth struggle. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)44-70.

M c F a r 1 a n d, R. W. The Chillicothes. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)230-31.

M a 1 t b i P, Milo Roy. Home rule in Ohio. Munic Aff 6(1902)234-44.

Mathews, Alfred. Ohio and her Western Reserve, with a story of three st-ites leading to the latter, from
Connecticut, by way of Wyoming, its Indian wars and massacre. . . New York, D.Appleton and com-
pany, 1902. xxiii, 330 p. incl. 111., map. front., pi., port. 19%cm ([Expansion of the republic
series]) [ 35(]903)345-8(J.O.Pierce) "packed full of interesting statistical information.
Connecticut's charter claims reached westward over the northern limits of the present states of Penn-
sylvania and Ohio;. . .story of the attempts of Connecticut to make. . .western claims actual possessions
by organized settlements, Is here retold by Mr. Mathews with all its inherent glamour of romance":
Nation 76(1903)98-9 "treated with energy, eloquence, and plausibility, with provincial prejudice. . .must
provoke much damaging criticism and. . .refutations"; Am Hist R 8(1903)585-6 "vigorous style. . .inter-
esting[ly] popular. . .material is not original. V L.C. 2-29422]

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Publication. v.10(!90l-2)pp.593. v.ll(1902)pp.486 (Including an
index to first 11 vols. p.267-486. Columbus, O., Pub. by Ohio State Arch, and Hist. Soc. 80.

Ohio Day at Pan-American Exposition. July 18,1901. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)123-45.

Ohio. Library commission. Sketches of Ohio libraries. Comp. by C. B. Galbreath, state libra: inn. Board
of library commissioners: J. F. McGrew, president, O. E. Niles, Charles Orr. Columbus, F.J Heer, state
printer, 1902. 394, 268 p. ill., fold. map. 25cm. [Appendix (also issued separately earlier in the
year) is separately paged and has special index ;md t.-p. : Newspapers and periodicals in Ohio state
library, other libraries of the state, and lists of Ohio newspapers in tco Library of Congress and the
Historical society of Wisconsin... Index: p. 367-369. [L.C. 3-25386]


Ohio, the site of thi garden of Bilen. The Serpent Mount, the house of Adam aud Eve. The theory of

Rev. Landon West. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)225-31.
The "Old Northwest" Genealogical quarterly, vol. 5. Columbus, O. Pub. by "Old Northwest" Geneological

Society. 1902. pp. 171-80.

r t h , S. P. The municipal situation In Ohio. Forum 33(1902)430-7.

R a n (1 u 1 1, E. O. Ohio in early history tmd during the Revolution. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)395-434

R a n d a I 1, E. O. Ohio's part In the American Revolution. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902') 102-7.

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Ohio. Am Mouth M 21(1902)460-2.

Roberts, Frank H. H. The nation and the state: civil government of Ohio... with an Introduction by
Grace Raymond Hebard... Syracuse, X. Y., C.W.Bardaen, 1902. 22i) p. incl. front., map. IS^cm.
[L.C. 2-16234]

Seventeenth annual meeting of the Ohio State Archaeological aud Historical Society. Ohio Arch
& Hist Pub 11(1902)71-92.

8 i k e s, George C. The city government question in Ohio. Outl 71(1902)1008-10.

Wallace, Frederick Stephen. The SIxty-nrst Ohio volunteers, 1861-1865. Written and comp... Marys-
vllle, O., Pub. for private circulation by T. Mullen, 1902. 37 p. 19%cin. [L.C. 3-7949]

Wilson, Stella S[hoemaker]. ...Ohio... New York, London, The MacmUlau company, 1902. viil, 100 p.

ill., map. 18% x 15*4cm. (Tarr and McMurry geographi-'s. Supplementary volume) [L.C. 2-14680]
OHIO valley. Watershed of Ohio R. in Ohio, Ind. . 111. and Xy.

R i c h t e r, Aug. Vor hundert Jahren. Deutftch-Am G 2.2(1902)63-5.

Wilson, William Bender. From the Hudson to the Ohio. A region of historic, romantic and sceuio inter-
est, and other sketches. Philadelphia, Kensington press, 1902. 206 p. Incl. 111., pi., port. 24 [L.C.
OJIBWA (or Chippewa) Indians. The largest Algonquian tribe, of the Great Lake region.

Barrows, Mabel Hay. "Hiawatha" among the Ojibwa Indians. Soufi Work 30(1901)771-6, ill.
OKLAHOMA. A territory of the U. S. partitioned from Indian Territory, 1893.

Elder, Frederick 8. The public lands of Oklahoma: or, What ere you going to do about it? [Norman,
Okla., F.S.Elder, 1902] [L.C. 2-4967]

H a rg e r, C. M. Oklahoma and the I. T. as they are to-day. R of Rs 25(1902)177-81, ill.

James Mooney'8 ethnological woik The Klowus of western Oklahoma. Gulf Mug 1(1902)223. t

V. 8. Congress. Senate. Committee on territories. New ctatehood bill. [For details see same title un-
der subject, Arizona.]
OLIVE industry. Raising and marketing of olives.

Jones, Helen Lukens. A great American olive ranch. World's Work 3(1901-2)1751-6, ill.
OMAHA Indians. A Siouan tribe of Nebraska.

<; 1 e a son, F. D. Social life among the Indians, II. Omaha burials. So-nti Work 30(1901)156-8. ill.
OMAHA, Neb. City of Douglas Co. on Missouri R. at eastern border of state.

Cox, W. W. My first trip to Omaha. Neb Hist S II. 5(19-12)69-82.

1 r v i n e, C. Recollections of Omaha, 1855-61. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)150-60.
Lighten, William R. Omaha, the prairie city. Atlan o9( 1902)545-54.

ONONDAGA Indians. A tribe of the Iroquoii Confederacy of N. Y. state.

H e n n 1 n g, Charles L. Hiawatha and the Onondaga Indians. Open Court 16(iC02) 459-66; 550-8, port.
ONONDAGO County, N. Y. A central Co. of the state.

8 e 1 s c o, L. D. Onondaga County record* 1789-90. N Y Rec 32(1901)25-30,108-11,156-60,204-6; 33(1902)


ONTARIO. Province of Canada bounded by Ottawa and St. Lawrence rivers and Great Lakes.
Boyle, David. Indian Mounds. Ontario Annual Arcbaeol Rep 1901(1902)22-35.
Eleventh Report of the [Ontario] Bureau of Mines 1002. Toronto, L.K. Cameron, 1902. pp. 309. maps.

[Rev.ln:Hlst Pub Canad "02,7(1903)153-4 "covers numerous subjects. . .statistical and. . .geological."]
Trojan, Johannes. Auf der anderen selte; streifzfige am Ontario-See. Berlin, G.Grole, 1902. 3 p. 1., 236
p. 17^cm. ([Grote'sche sammluug von werken zeitgeniisslscher schriftsteller. 78. bd.J) [
Hist Pub Cauad 7:104-6 "spent eight weeks in Canada... his observations. . .on business activity, man-
ners, domestic life and ... religious practices of Canadians. . .fallen intc gome errors. . .surprisingly ac-
curate and full of insight." L.C. 3-11725]

"ONTARIO," U. S. 8. sent under Capt. Bidwell to resume possession of Oregon 1818.
Documents. ([Relating to U. S. S Ontario 1817, etc.] Oreg Q 3(1902)010-3.
ORATORY. Art of public speaking.

Q u i n c y, Josiah P. The decline of oratory as a factor in history. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)500-6
OREGON. A north Pacific state of U. 8. between Cal. and Oregon, admitted 1859.
Documents. [Relating to U. S. S. Ontario 1817, etc.] Oreg Q 3(1902)310-13.
Dryer, Susan H. Famous men and women of Washington and Oregon. Am Month M 21(1902)364-71.


F e n t o a, Win. D. Political history of Oregon from 1865-1876. Oreg Q 3(1902)38-70.

G e o r g e, M. C. Political history of Oregon from 1876-1893 inclusive. Oreg Q 3(1902)107-22.

Homer, John B. Oregon literature... 2d ed. Portland, Or., The J.K.Gill co., 1902. [L.C. 3-466]

An illustrated history of Baker, Grant, Malheur and Harney counties, with a brief outline cf the early
history of the state of Oregon. [Chicago?] Western historical publishing company, 1902. xxiii, 788 p.
14 pi., port. 29% x 23%cm. [L.C. 3-26284]

[Letter] to Asbury Dickens [1846]. Bost Bull 7(1902)317-20.

Oregon. Adjutant-general's office. The official records of the Oregon volunteers in the Spanish war and
Philippine insurrection. Conip. by Brigadier-General C. D. Gantenleln, adjutant general. . . Salem, Or.,
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Oregon Historical Society Quarterly. Portland, Oregon, Pub. by the Society. So. v. 3. 1902.

Robertson, James R. The social evolution of Oregon. Oreg Q 3(1902)1-37.

Sheep husbandry in Oregon. The pioneer era. Orego Q 3(1902)219-47.

Smith, Jane Kinney. Recollections of Grandma Brown [pioneer school teacher]. Oreg Q 3(1902)287-95.

Victor, Prances Fullur. The first Oregon cavalry. Oreg Q 3(1902)123-03.
ORENDA (Iroquois word). An occult power.

H e w i 1 1, J. N. B. Orenda and a definition of religion. Am Anthropol n a 4(1902)33-46.
"ORIGINAL." Vessel shipwrecked on Cape Diamond, 1750.

Le naufrage de "1'Orignal." Rech Hist 8(1902)306-12.
ORINOCO R. River of Venezuela, 8. A., flowing E. by N. into Atlantic.

Guzman, Juan Perez de. La exploraci6n del Orinoco. Esp Mod 166(1002)72-113.

P6rez Triana, 8. Down the Orinoco in a canoe, by S. Perez Triana, with an introduction by R.B.Cunning-
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