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R u f f n e r, W. H. The Ruffners. No. IV. Henry. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)60-74; 2.3:36-44.
RUFFNER, William Henry (b.1824). Va. Presbyterian clergyman, educator, writer.

Barclay, Anne H. R. William Henry Rnffner, LL. D. W Va Mag 2.4(1902)33-43, port.
RUNNELL8, Moses T. (d.1902). Congregational clergyman, writer.

Rev. Moses T. Runnells. Granite M 32(1902)268-69.
RUSH, Benjamin (1745-1813). Fa. physician, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Clark, Martha Bladen. Benjamin Rush. Am Month M 21(1902)110-2, ill.

RUSH, Richard (1780-1859). U. S. Attor.-Gen., minister to England and France, Sec. of Treas., writer.
[Letter] to Asbury Dickens [1846]. Bost Bull 7(1902)317-20.

RUSKIN COLONY, Tenn. and Ga. A socialistic cooperative experiment, 1894-1901.

Broome, Isaac. The last days of the Ruskin co-operative association... Chicago, C.H.Kerr & company,
1902. 183 p. front., pi. 17%cm. (Standard socialist series) [L.C. 2-15152]

M c D i 1 1, H. C. Why the Rnskin colony failed. Gunton's M 22(1902)434-43.

Why all "Ruskin colonies" fall. Gunton M 22(1902)444-51.
RUSSIAN JEWS. Jewish inhabitants of Russia.

A b e 1 1, W. Maltland. The new departure In American diplomacy. Gunton'H M 23(1902)476-87.

F 1 8 h b e r g, Maurice. The Russian Jews In America. R of Rs 26(1902)315-8.



190 WETTINGS ON AMERICAN BISTORT 1002.

RUTLAND, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. about 12 m. N.W. of Worcester.

Phillipps, David Everett, Contr. by. Monumental inscriptions In the old cemetery of Rutland, Wor-
cester Co., Mass. Old Northw Q 5(1002)85 138, ill.

Phillips, David Everett. Monumental inscriptions in the old cemetery at Rutland, Worcester County,
Mass., "laid out" June 7, 1717... Columbus, 0., The "Old Northwest" genealogical society, 1902. 36
p. front. 23%cm. [Title vignette. Inscriptions transcribed in 1880 by J. A. Smith, and collated by
L. M. Hanff. Limited edition of 100 copies. [Rev.in:N E Re? 57(1903) 125(F.W.Parke) "Excellent...
footnotes...valu[able]." L.C. 2-24852]
RYERSON family.
Ryerson, Louis Johnes. The genealogy of the Ryerson family in America. 1646-1902. New York, Pres

of Jenkins & McCowan, 1902. 89 p. front. 21cm. [L.C. 2-24852]
SABLE Is. Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia island in the Atlantic, 90 m. 8.E. of Cape Canso.

Scott, Marshall Owen. Sable Island, Nova Scotia. Canad M 18(1901-2)341-9, ill., map.
SACRAMENTO, Cal. Capital city of state, in Sacramento Co. 75 m. N.E. of San Francisco.

C o g g i n s, Paschal H. Reminiscence of the flood of '61. Out West 17(1902)59-64.
SACRAMENTO valley, Cal. Valley of Sacramento R. which flows through northern Cal. into San Francisco

Bay.

r e e n, W. S. The Sacramento valley. Out West 16(1902) 447-62, 111.
SAGE, Dean (1841-1902). Business man, philanthropist, writer.
[Dean Sage] [obituary]. Nation 75(1902)12.

ST. ANDREWS island, Nova Scotia.

G a n o n g, W. P. The naming of St. Andrews. Acad 2(1902)184-8.

SAINT-ANTOINE DE TILLY, Canada. Town of Quebec on St. Lawrence R. about 100 m. abor city of
Quebec.

Saint-Antoine de Tilly. Rech Hist 8(1902)321-8.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. Seaport city of St. John's Co. about 36 m. S.S.E. of Jacksonville.

S h e a, J. G. First Mass in America. Am Catb Res 19(1902)2.
ST. CLAIR, Arthur (1734-1818). Brit, officer in Canada, and later Am. General in Revolutionary war.

The home of General Arthur St. Clair. Am Month M 21(1902)20-3, ill., port.

Wilson, F. E. St. Glair's defeat. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)378-80; 11:30-43.

Wilson, Frazcr Ells. St. Clair's defeat. Am Month M 21(1902)7-19.
ST. CLAIR Co., 111. County in 8.W. part of state.

Bine romantische Geschichte ans der Plonierzeit. Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)48.
SAINT CLAIR, Fort. Preble Co., 0. Fort built 1791-2.

[ R a n d a 1 1, E. O.] Fort St. Clair. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)161-163.
ST. CROIX COUNTY, Wis. Co. in W. part of Wisconsin bordering on Minnesota.

Graham, James Elaine. The population of St. Croix Co., >Vis., 1850-70. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)182-9
SAINT-DENIS, Joseph-Charles Juchereau de (b.1696). French Canadian pioneer in Louisiana.

L ' A b b e Daniel. Joseph-Charles Juchereau de Saint-Denis. Rech Hist 8(1902)154-6.
SAINT DENIS, Louis Juchereau de. (b.1676). French pioneer on the Miss. R.

C 1 a r k, R. C. Louis Juchereau De Saint-Denis and theRe-establishment of the Tejas Missions. Quar

Tex Hist Ass 6(1902)1-26.
ST. HELENA Island, S. C. One of the sea-islands of Beaufort Co.

'The Queen of St. Helena." South Work 30(1901)185-6.

T o w n e, Laura M. Pioneer work on the sea islands [negro school]. South Work 30(1901)396-401, ill.
SAINT-JEAN Fort-Joli. Village and parish on the St. Lawrence 71 m. N.E. of Quebec.

Roy, P. G. Saint-Jean Port-Joll. Rech Hist 8(1902)81.
ST. JOHN, N. B. City of St. John Co. on Bay of Funday, 190 m. N.W. of Halifax.

Be Id Ing, A. M. River and city of St. John, N. B. Nat'l M(Bost)16(1902)217-22, 111.
ST. LAWRENCE. River flowing out of Lake Ontario N.W. into Gulf of St. Lawrence.

S h o r 1 1, Prof. Down the St. Lawrence on a lumber raft. Queen's Quarterly 10(1902) July.
SAINT Liquori, Canada. Village in Montcalm Co., Quebec, 39 m. N. of Montreal.

Dugas, A. C. Historie de la paroisse de Saint Lignori, Comptfi de Montcalm, P. Q. Avec une notice bio-
graphique du saint patron. Montreal, 1902. pp. 8+222. [Rev.in:Hist Pub Canad '02, 7(1903)95 "al-
most wholly ... ecclesiastical matters."]
ST. LOUIS, Mo. City of St. Louis Co. on the Miss R.

D a 1 t on, Mary Louise. Saint Louis, Missouri, in the Revolution. Am Month M 21(1902)193-7.

D r a p e r, W. R. The St. Louis bribery disclosure. Indep 54(1902)2402-6.



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN BISTORT 1902. 191

F 1 a g e t, Benedict Joseph. Erection of the see of St. Louis, Missouri; Bishop Flaget's views there-
on. His opposition to his translation thereto. Am Cath Res 19(1902)108-9.
Francis, David R. The Louisiona Purchase Exposition. Indep 54(1902)324-7, ill.

Frauenthal, Barney W. Barney's information guide to St. Louis; a condensed and accurate guide for the
World's fair city... Saint Louis, Barney's Information guide pub. co., 1902. 232 p. ill., fold. map.
19%cm. [Fold, map in pocket. L.C. 2-15634]

Hoch, E. S. Residences of the rich, St. Louis, Mo. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)16(O).
The new St. Louis. [St. Louis, F.Graf eng. co., 1902] [40] pp. ill. 15%x24cm. [Illustrated from

photos, by Fred Graf. L.C. 2-4704]

Thurston, John M. The Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904. Cosmopol 34(1902-3)3-12, ill.
W e t m o re, Claude H. and Steffens, Lincoln. Tweed days in St. Louis. McClure 19(1902)577-86, ill.
SAINT-PATRICE de Beaurivaire. Parish of province of Quebec.
Saint-Patrice de B^aurivage. Reoh Hist 3(1902)170.
ST. PAUL, Minn. Capital city of state and of Ramsey Co. 10 m. . of Minneapolis.

Lange, [Dietrich]. Paul and Lange's twin city guide, St. Paul and Minneapolis: a compendium of infor-
mation for visitor and citizens... [St. Paul? Minn., 1902] 2 pts. in 1 v. ill., fold. map. 18V.. cm.
[Advertising matter interspersed, [pt. 2] has special t.-p. : Paul and Lange's twin city guide, Minne-
apolis and St. Paul. L.C. 3-17937]
SAINT Pierre and Miquelon island*. French Islands near southern shore of Newfoundland.

Lea lies Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. Rech Hist 8(1902)151-3.
SAINT-RIAL, J. R. Vallieres (fl.1834). French Canadian judge.
A u d e t, F.-J. I'D Judge en prison. Rech Hist 8(1902)113-6.
BAINT-RtGIS (Canada). Jesuit Indian mission (1758) on the St. Lawrence.

Forbes, L'Abbfi G. Saint-Regis. Rech Hist 8(1902)12-13.
BT. THEODORE, Sister (1798-1856). Catholic sister.

Sister St. Theodore. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)204. port.
SAINTE-ANNE de la Perade. Can. Village 55 m. W. by N. of Quebec.

R o y, P. G. Cures de Sainte-Anne de la Perade. Rech Hist 8(1902)126-7.
SALEM, Mass. Seaport city of Essex Co. 14 m. N. by E. of Boston.
Farrell, H. F. E. Salem, Mass. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)248(N).
Gardner, Frank A. The old planters at Salem. Gen Q M 3(1902)3-18.
Salem quarterly court records and flies. Ess Ant 5(1901)26-9,55-7.88-91,120-2,169-73; 6(1902)24-30,79-

80,107-11,158-64.
Visitors' Guide to Salem. Salem, Mass., 1902. Paper, small quarto, pp. 160, ill. [Rev.ln:Ess Ant 6

(1902)192 "arrangement. . .systematic. . .stranger con readily find his way alone."]
SALEM, N. T. Former name of a settlement of Westchester Co.

Records of the Church of Christ in Salem, Westchester Co., N. Y. N Y Rec 32(1901)12-16,71-6,164-

8,241-4; 33(1902)38-42,113-8,161-4,208-11.

SALISBURY. Mass. Village of Eisex Co. about 11 m. N.E. of Haverhill.
Deed of sale by John Ayer to John Stevens, both of Salisbiry. Bost Bull 7(1902)344-5.
Hoyt, David W. The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, with some related fam-
ilies of adjoining towns and of York County, Maine. Parts Six and Seven (Parts One and Two of Vol-
ume II.). Providence, R. I., 1902. 2 vols. 8vo. pp. 415-92; 493-572. Price $1.00, each part. [Rev.
ln:Natlon 74(1902)345 "Mostly derived from eighteenth-century records of Salisbury and Amesbury
churches"; N E Reg 56(1902)331 (F.W.Parke) "splendid work"; Old Northw Q 5(1902)156 "valuable."]
Johnson, John French. The Quaker burial place, Salisbury, Mass. (note). N E Reg 56(1902)205.
SALMON fishing.

C h a m b e r s, E. T. D. Salmon-fishing in Canada. Ctry Life Am 2(1902)176(8).
H a 1 1 o c k, C. Salmon-fishing. Everybody's 7(1902)22(J1).
SALT. Table condiment chloride of sodium.

An act for the Importation of salt Into Nova Scotia 1761. Acad 2(1902)118-21.
SALT Lake trail. Overland-road from St. Joseph, Mo., Co., Fort Kearney, and Salt Lake City.

C r o f t, A. J. From Meridian to Fort Kearney. Neb Hist S 11.5(1902)294-5.
SALT Spring Island, B. C. Island, Strait of Georgia, ab. 40 m. N. of Victoria.

Philips, F. M. Saltspring Island. 1902. British Columbia. [Salt Spring Island?] Colonist presses [1902]
cover-title, [16] p. ill., fold. map. 22% cm. ["Published with the authority of the Islands farmers'
institute of British Columbia": p. [1] L.C. 3-9955]
SALVATION Army. Religious organization founded by General Booth.

Shaw, Albert. A successful farm colony in the Irrigation country. R of Rs 26(1902)561-6, 111.



192 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902

SAMPSON, William Thomas (1840-1902). Rear- Admiral IT. S. navy.

Benjamin, Park. The real Admiral Sampson. Indep 54(1002)1163-6, port.

L o n g, John D. Rear-admiral William T. Sampson. McClurc 19(1902)214-7, port.

Long, John D. Rear Admiral William T. Sampson. Fortn R 78 n. 8.72(1902)227-230.

M a h a n, A. T. Rear Admiral William T. Sampson. Fortn R 78 n. 8.72(1902)230-39.

M a h a n, A. T. Sampson's naval career. McClure 19(1902)217-21.
SAMPSON Maaon family.

Mason, Alverdo Hayward. Genealogy of the Sampson Mason family. East Bralntree, Mass. Printed by
Alverdo Hnyward Mason, 1902. 4to. pp. 144, ill., map. [Rev.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)328(F.W.Parke)
"matters of interest ... well worthy of perpetuation."]

SAN BERNARDINO Valley, Cal. Valley of Southern California.

Cafcalleria [y Collell], Juan. History of San Bernardino Valley from the padres to the pioneers, 1810-
1851; illustrated by Constance Farrls. [Son Bernardino, Cal., Times-index press, 1902] 4 p. 1., 17-130 p.
front, (port.) 111. 20%cm. [L.C. 3-30* Cancel]
BAN-DIEGO, Cal. Seaport city of extreme southern Cal. 127 m. S.S.E. of Los Angeles.

San-Diego de Californie. Un hotel ameTLcain, Un 6tablissoment thftosophlque. Tour Monde 9 et 16

Aon t( 1902).
BAN DIEGO County, Cal. The most southern Co. of California.

Wood, H. P. A Southern principality. Ont West 16(1902)337-51, ill.

Wood, H[enry] P[attonj. Home-land; being a brief description of the many attractions of the city and
county of San Diego, California; written for the Chamber of commerce of San Diego, California. 2d
ed. [San Diego, Frye, Garrett & Smith, 1902* 34, [2] pp. incl. front., 111. 14%cm. [L.C. 2-2441 M2]
SAN FERNANDO de Bexar. Former name for San Antonio, Texas.

C o x, I. J. Educational efforts in San Fernando de Bexar. Quar Tex Hist Ass 6(1902)27-63.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. Chief city and port of the Pacific coast, on San Franoisoo Bay.
California historic-genealogical society. Publication no. 3. San Francisco, Publication committee of the
society, 1902. port. 25cm. [Rev.in:N E Reg B7(1903)127(F.W.Parke) "Names and places are in-
dexed"; N Y Rec 34(1903)73. L.C. 2-22725]

Keeler, Charles [Augustus]. San Francisco and thereabout, by Charles Keeler. San Francisco, The Cali-
fornia promotion committee, 1902. 4 p. 1., 07 p. front., pi. 23%cm. [Rev.inrDlal (1903)157 "simple
and direct... brief history of the city's romantic past and a Just description of its present life." L.C.
2-30399]

Page, Thomas Walker. The San Francisco labor movement In 1901. Pol Sci Q 17(1902)664-88.
W r i g h t, H. San Francisco, California. Nat'l M(Bost)17(1902)200(N).
SAN JACINTO. Closing battle of war for Texan Independence, 1836.

W i n t e r s, J. W. An account of the battle of San Jaclnto. Quar Tex Hist Ass 6(1902)139-44.
SAN JOAQTTIN Valley, Cal. Valley of Central part of state.

The San Joaquin Valley of the state of California; a brief description of the topography, climatic condi-
tions, industrial development and resources of the region... Fifteenth thousand. Los Angeles, Pas-
senger dep't of the Santa F, 1902. 90, [1] p. 111., 2 fold. map. 17%cm. [L.C. 2-24660*
SAN LUIS Valley, Col. Valley of San Luis R., southern Colorado.

G o u d y, Frank C. Irrigation in San Luis valley. Nat'l M(Bost)15(1901-2)718-22, ill.
SAN MATEO County, Cal. A western Co. of California.

D e J u n g, Wm. San Mateo County. Out West 16(1902)221-33, ill.
8ANBORNTON. N. H. Village of Belknap Co. 22 m. N. of Concord.

Philbrook, H. S. A few memories and traditions of Sanbornton. Granite M 32(1902)177-82.
SANDEMANIANS. A religious sect founded by John Glas, of Scotland, in 1725.

Walker, Wllliston. The Sandemanians of New England. Am Hist A Rep '01, 1(1902)131-62.
W i n s 1 o w, Erring. A Loyalist in the siege of Boston. N E Reg 56(1902)48-94.
SANDY Spring, Md. Village of Montgomery Co. 18 m. N. of Washington, D. C.

[Moore, Eliza Needles (Bentley)]. Annals of Sandy Spring; or, Twelve years history of a rural com-
munity in Maryland... Baltimore, Thomas & Evans, 1902. <! p. 1., [xlii'-xvi, 347 p. 19cm. [Forms
v. 2 of Wm. H. Farquhar's "Annals of Sandy Spring: or, Twenty years history of a rural community
in Maryland." L.C. 2-19193]
SANFORD family.

Hodges, Almon D. Notes of the Sanford family of Portsmouth, R. I. N E Reg 56(1902)294-7.
Sanford-Stratton (note). N E Reg 56(1902)409-10.



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1S02. 10

SANTA Catharina, Brazil. A state of southern Brazil.

Fabri, C. Deutsche siedelungsarbeft im staato Santa Catharina, Siidbrasilien, in fttufjilhrigem werde-
gange. Kritische studie. Hamburg, Klttlersche l.uchhandluiig, 1902. 111 p. 23%cm. [L.C. 3-9005]

N. N. Die deutschen Franziskaner 1m Staate Sa. Catharina [Eras.] Kath. Missionen 1902-1903, No. 7 ff.
SANTO Domingo. A West Indian republic occupying eastern end of Is. of Haiti.

G r i m k e, Archibald H. Some phases of life In Saoto Domingo. South Work 30(1901)161-7, ill., port.
SARATOGA Springs. N. Y. A town and health resort of Saratoga Co. 38 m. N. of Albany.

Revolutionary soldiers burled at Greenbrldge cemetery, Saratoga Springs. Am Month M 21
(1902)118.

Williams, Jesse Lynch. Saratoga and its people. Outing 41(1901-2)265-75, ill.

SARCHET family.

[Sarohet, Cyrus P. B.] The genealogy of the Sarcbet family, from the Island of Guernsey to Cambridge,

Ohio, in 1806. [Cambridge, O., Herald print, 1902] 1 p. 1., [11] p. ill. 23%cra. [L.C. 3-22476]
SARGENT, Winthrop (1753-1820). Secretary of the Northwest Terr., officer in Am. Rev., Gov. of Hiss Terr.
Sargent, Winthrop. Winthrop Sargent, Governor of th<- Mississippi Territory. Gulf Mag 1(1902)140-1.
SATJGERTIES, N. Y. Village of Ulster Co. 100 m. above N. Y. on the Hudson.
Brink, Benjamin Myer. The early history of Saugerties, 1660-1S25... Kingston, N. Y., R.W.Auderson &

son. 1902. viii p., 1 1., 365 p. pi., port. IScm. [L. C. 2-17064]
8AUNDERS, Charles Hioks (1821-1901). Boston merchant.

H a y w a r d, Silvanus. Charles Hicks Saundero. N E Reg 56 Suppl(1902)lxxt-lxxil.
SAVINGS banks. Institutions for receiving and investing moderate savings.

Hamilton, James Henry. Savings and savings Institutions. N. Y., Macmlllan co., 1902. [ReY.ln:Nation
75(1902)212-13 "Praiseworthy undertaking. . .has collected many facts. . .account. . .satisfactory. .. [has]
not. . .comprehensive grasp of. . .subject."]
SAWYER, Eugene T. Dime novelist.

B u r g e s s, G. Eugene T. Sawyer, dime novelist. Bookman 15()902)528<Ag).
8AYBROOK, Conn. Village of Middlesex Co. 32 m. E. of New Haven.

Hart, Samuel. Yale college in Old Saybrook. Conn Mag 7(1902)266-72, 111., port.
J o h n s o n, Clifton. An historic town In Connecticut. New Eng M 26(1902)562-74, ill.
SCARBOROUGH, N. Y. Village of Westohester Co. on the Hudson, 4 m. N. of Tarrytown.

Mrs. Elliott F. Shepard. Residence t Scarborough. Archit Rec 12(1902)549(0)
SCARLETT family.

Tombstones of the Scarlett family. Win M Q 11(1902)145.
SCHILLER, Friedrick. Swabian journalist in Am. Revolution.

W a 1 z, John A. Three Swabian journalists and the Am. Rev. I. Friedrich Schiller. Am Germ 4(19O2)

95-129.
SCHLEY, Winfield Scott (b.1839). Rear-Admiral U. S. navy.

Graham. George Edward. Srhley and Santiago: an historical account of the blockade and final destruc
tion of the Spanish fleet under command of Admiral Pasquale Cervera, July 3, 1898. By George Edward
Graham, together with a personal narrative of the fight, by Rear-Admiral Wiufleld Scott Schley, U.S.N.
Illustrated with photographs taken by the author during the cruise, and during the battle. Chicago,
W.B.Conkey co. [1902] 474 p. front., pi., port. I9i^cui. [2-3286 M 2]
G r 1 n n e 1 1, C. E. Legal view of Schley court of inquiry. Green Bag !4(1902)99(Mr).
T e a g u e, Merrill A. Errors touching the Schley court of Inquiry. Forum 32(1902)747-58.
U. S. Navy dept. Schley court of inquiry. . . . Record of proceedings of a court of Inquiry in case of
Rear-Admiral Winfleld S. Schley, U. S. navy. Convened at the Navy-yard, Washington, D. C., Sep-
tember 12, 1901... Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 2 v. fold, map, plan., diagr. 23cm. (67th
Cong., 1st sess. House. Doc. no. 485) [Collation: (v. 1) 1 p. 1., 1259 p.; (v. 2) 1 p. 1., 1259-1936,
[343], 11 p. Included In v. 2: Findings of the court, and opinion of Admiral Dewey. Rear- Admiral
Schley's "Petition for relief from the findings and report of a court of inquiry, and accompanying
papers." "The President's memorandum upon the appeal of Admiral Schley." Appendix, containing
logs of the battle ships, signals, etc. Index prepared In the office of the superintendent of documents.
L.C. 2-23448]

W 1 1 s o n, H. W. The Schley court of Inquiry. Nat Rev 38(1902)789-800.
SCHMITT. Edmond John Peter (1865-1901). Tex. Catholic priest and historical writer.

C o x, I. J. Father Edmond John Peter Schmitt. Quar Tex Hist Ass 5(1902)206-11.
8CHUREMAN family.

Wynkoop, Richard. Schuremana, of New Jersey. 2d ed. New York, Printed by the Knickerbocker press,
1902. 1 p. 1., 142 p. port. 24om. [Rev.lntN Y Rec 33(1902)190. L.C. 2-15180]



194 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

SCHUYLER, Montgomery (1814-96). Episcopal clergyman, writer.

Schuyler, W. Ambassador of Christ: biog. of Rev. Montgomery Schuyler. N. Y., Gorham, 1902. 80.
SCHTTYLKILL Valley. Valley of Schuylkill R., a tributary of the Delaware.

Down the Schuylkill Valloy. Pa Get- 3(1902)27-43, ill., port.
SCHWAB, Charles Michael (b.1862). Pa. Fres. U. S. Steel Corporation, capitalist.

M o f f e t t, Samuel B. Charles Michael Schwab. Cosmopol 33(1902)284-8, ill., port.
SCIENCE. Systematic pursuit of knowledge and its ordered results.

Abbe, Cleveland. Meteorology and the position of science in America. No Am 174(1902)833-44.
N e w c o m b, Simon. Conditions which discourage scientific work In America. No Am 174(1902)145-58.
S n y d e r, Carl. America's inferior position in the scientific world. No Am 174(1902)59-72.
SCOTCH-IRISH. Descendants of Scotch settlers in Ireland.

B r y d e n, James A. The Scots in Wisconsin. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)153-8.
Griffin, Martin I. J. The Scotch-Irish. Am Cath Res 19(1902)115-8.

Hanna, Charles A[ugrustus]. The Scotch-Irish; or, The Scot In North Britain, north Ireland, and North
America. New York and London, G.P. Putnam's sous, 1902. 2 v. front., map. 24%cm. Scotch-Irish
bibliography: p. 529-55]. [Rev.in:An> Hist R 8(1902) 136-7(8. M.Jackson; "much varied Information...
not a history ... not even well arranged. . .but a collection of materials much irrelevant"; Nation 74
(1902)295-6 "Compilation has much genealogical value. . .not. . .readable. . .although. . .contain much
readable matter. . .very serviceable for reference and... public libraries"; Dial 33(1902)325(F.W.Shepard-
son ) ' 'distinctly disappointing . . . aggregation of materials . . . Illogical . . . and . . . boastful . . . bibliography ' ' :
N Y Rec 33(1902)124 ["altogether the work is Invaluable"]; N B Reg 56(1902)217(F.W.Parke) L.C.
2-5217]

Linehan, John C[ornelius]. The Irish Scots and the "Scotch-Irish": an historical and ethnological mono-
graph, with some reference to Scotia Major and Scotia Minor; to which is added a chapter on "How the
Irish came as builders of the nation."... Concord, N. H., The American-Irish historical society, 1902.
138 p. incl. front, (port.) 23cm. [Originally pub. In the Granite monthly, Concord, N. H., Jan. -March.
1888. The chapter on "How the Irish name" is based upon articles contributed to the Boston pilot,
1890, etc., and the Boston Sunday globe, Mar. 17, 1895. "Supplementary facts and comment": p. [83]-
128. Rev.in:N E Reg 57(1903)127(F.W.Parke) "Authorities quoted are weighty." L.C. 3-5238]
SCOTT, Winfield (1786-1866). Officer in War of 1812, General-in-Chief in Mexican War, writer.

Gen. Winfleld Scott (letter). Collect 15(1902)102-3.
SCTTDDER, Horace Elisha (1838-1902). N. E. editor, historian, writer.

H I g g 1 n B o n, Thomas W. [Tribute to Horace E. Scudder.] Masn Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)494-6.
SEAL fishing. Industry of hunting the fur-bearing seals.

McGrath, P. L. Seal fishery of Newfoundland Banks. Idler 22(1902)286(D).
SEARS, Barnas (1802-80). Mass. Baptist clergyman, professor.

Hovey, Alvah. Barnas Sears, n Christian educator; his making and work... New York, Boston [etc.]

Silver, Burdett & company [1902] Iv p., 3 1., 184 p. front., pi., port. 20cm. [L.C. 2-30129]
BEATON, William Winston (1785-1864). Am. journalist, regent of Smithsonian Institution.
M e 1 1 e n, George Frederick. Famous southern editors: William Winston Seaton. Meth R South 51(1902)

569-82.

SEATTLE, Wash. City of King Co. 22 m. N.N.E. of Tacoma.
The Argus, Christmas number, v. 9, no. 46; Dec. 20, 1902. Seattle, Wash. [H.A.Chadwick] 1902. 80 p.

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SECESSION. Doctrine of the right of a state to resume independence.

Adams, Charles Francis. Speech of Charles Francis Adams, of Mass., December 22, 1902, at the banquet
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Calhoun and secession. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)415-6.
King, William R. [Letter, a sectional issue, 1850.] Gulf Mag 1(1902)45.
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(1902)132-42,210-19.

Woods, Thomas H. A sketch of the Miss. Secession Convention of 1861. Miss Hist P 6(1902)91-104.
SECOND RIVER, N. J.
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SECRET Service. Detective department of the gov't.
M o r a n, W. Herman. The Secret Service. New Eng M 26(1902)752-9, ill.



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"SECURITY-HOLDING Company." A stock and bond trust-corporation.

T r 1 c o c h e, George Nestler. Un Nouveau rou.ige financier aux fitats-Unis. "The Security-Holding Com-
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SEDGWICK, John (1813-33). Conn, officer in Mexican and Civil Wars.

Sedgwick, John. Correspondence, MaJor-Genpral. v. 1. [New York] Printed for C. and E.B.Stoeckel [by
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SEE, Adam (b.1764). Virginia lawyer, legislator.

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8EELE. Hermann (1823-1902). Texas pioneer, teacher, lawyer and legislator.

Hermann Seele. D->ntsch-Am G 2.2(1902)69-70.



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