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of actcrs. Charles Fechter. Edwin Booth. Toiumaso Salvlni. Adelaide Nellson. Memorable experi-
ences of sigle plays and artists. An American theatre privately endowed. Henry Irving. Rev.ln:
Nation 75(1902)17-8 "Pleasant reading and. . .valuable. . .a capable and welcome addition to. . .literature
of modern drama"; Dial 33(1902)68-60(1. A. Pyle) "judgements an- in the main remarkably just and true
...notably free from. . .extravagant laudation ... perhaps somewhat too conscious." L.C. 2-14130]

Hamm, Margherita Arlina. Eminent actors in their homes; personal descriptions and interviews... New
York, J.Pott & CO., 1902. xii. 336 p. front., pi. 18%cm. [L.C. 2-9474]

McKay, F. E., and Wingate, C. E. L. Famous Amer. actors of to-day. [Holiday <>d.] N. Y., Crowell, 1902.

Morris, Clara. Stage confidences. Boston. Lothrop. 1902. 111.

R h o d e s, H. G. The American Invasion of the London stage. Cosmopol 33(1902)26-32, port.

Stoddart, J. H. Recollections of a player. N. Y. Century Co. 1902.

Strang, Lewis C[linton] Famous actors of the day in America. Second series... Boston, L.C.Page and
co., 1902 [1901] viii, [2], 11-343 pp. front., port. 16o. (Stage lovers' series( [L.C. 1-23741 M 1 Oct.31]

Strang, Lewis C[linton]. Famous actresses of the day in Airertca. Second series... Boston, L.C.Page
and co., 1902 [1901] 5 p. 1., 11-340 pp. front., pi. 16o. (Stage lovers' series) [Rev.ln:Dlal 31(1901)
249&2S6 "many popular favourites of the younger set." L.C. 1-23413 M 1]

Strang, Lewis C[linton]. Players and plays of the last quarter century; an historical summary of causes
and a critical review of conditions as existing In the American theatre at the close of the nineteenth
century... Boston, L.C. Page & company, 1903 [1902] 2 T. front., pi., port. 20cm. (Sage lovers'
series) [Rev.ln:Natlon 76(1903)75-6 "it is a more than commonly flagrant instances of book-making...
his personal comment Is... of the smallest possible value." L.C. 2-25632]



208 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

Streatfeild, RUohard] A. The opera: a sketch of the development of opera. With full descriptions of all
works in the modern repertory; with an Introduction by J. A. Fuller-Maitland. New ed., rev. and enl.
London, J. C. Nimmo; Philadelphia, J.B.Lippincott company, 1902. xx, 351 p. 21%cm. [L.C. 3-14936]
Whitton, 'Joseph. ...Wags of the stage... [fidition de luxe] Philadelphia, G.H.Rigby, 1902. 6 p. 1.,
264 p. port. 25cm. edition of 500 copies. [Contents. The author's introduction. Junius Brutus
Booth. John Brougham. Peter Richings. William Rufus Blake. Edwin Forrest. William B. Burton.
John Drew. William J. Florence. "Mr. Jones." H. L. Bnteman. Sam Hemple. P. T. Barnum.
Charles M. Barras. Edward A. Sothern. James Quin. Samuel Foote. William Wheatley and an epi-
sode of Nicaraguan life. Rev.in:Nation 75(1902)31 "Anecdotes concerning stage-f oik . . . not worth re-
peating ... most interesting part. . .is. . .adventures in Nicaragua with William Wheatley ... no fresh in-
formation." L.C. 2-14129]
8TALLO, John Bernhard (1823-1900). German-American philosopher, jurist, statesman.

Rattermann, H[einrich] A[rmin]. Johann Bernhard Stallo, deutfch-amerikanischer philosoph, jurist und
staatsmann. Denkrede gehalten im Deutschen litterarischen club von Cincinnati am 6. november 1901...
Cincinnati, Verlag des verfassers, 1902. 2 p. 1., 11-54 p. 23% cm. [L.C. 2-22440]
STANDARD Oil Company. Petroleum trust.

Clemens, Will M. The genesis of Standard oil. New Eng M 26(1902)76-9.
Miss Tarbell's history of the Standard Oil Company. McClure 19(1902)589-92.

T a r b e 1 1, Ida M. The history of the Standard Oil Company. McClure 20(1902-3)3-16,115-28, 111., port.
STANDING ROCK Indians. Indians living on Standing Rook Ind. Reservation, N. and 8. Dakota.
K e n n a n, George. Have the Standing Rock Indians been fairly treated? Outl 71(1902)90-6.
K e n n a n, George. Settlement of the Standing Rock Indian case. Outl 72(1902)907-8.
The Standing Rock Indian case I. Commissioner Jones's statement. Outl 70(1902)651-5.
U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian affairs. ...Leasing of Indian lands. Hearings. . .[Jan.
16, 23, February 4,13, 1902] on the resolution submitted by Mr. Rawllns proposing an inquiry relative to
leases of Indian lands. Senate bill 145, in relation to certain lands within the Dintah Indian reservation,
and the resolution submitted by Mr. Jones, of Arkansas, in regard to leases of the Standing Rock Res-
ervation lands. February 22, 1902. Submitted by Mr. Platt, of Connecticut, and ordered to be printed
... Washington, Gbv't print, off., 1902. 120 p. 23cm. (57th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. no. 212)
[L.C. 2-23952]

W., H. [Welsh, Herbert.] The action of the interior department in forcing the Standing Rock Indians to
lease their lands to cattle syndicates. Bulletins 61462, pp28+2. Phila., Indian Rights Association. 19?.
STANDISH, Myles (ab. 1584-1656). Mayflower pilgrim, Indian fighter.

H o d g e s, George. Captain Myles Standish. New Eng M 25(1901-2)686-706, 111.
STANFORD University. The Leland B. Stanford, Jr. Univ. at Palo Alto, Cal. fd. 1886.

I r w 1 n, Will. Richly endowed Stanford University. World's Work 4(1902)2089-97, 111., port.
J o r d a n, D. S. The ideals of Stanford University. Overland n s 40(1902)303(8).
STANLEY, Henry Morton (b.1840). African explorer.

Godhey, A. M. Life of Henry M. Stanley. (Biographies of famous men.) Chicago, Donohue, 1902. 12o.
STANTON, Dorothy (fl.1696), of Stonington, Conn.

Wheeler, Richard A. Esq. Dorothy Stanton. N E Reg 56(1902)153-6.
STANTON, Elizabeth Cady (1815-1902). N. Y. woman's rights advocate, writer.
H a r p e r, Ida Hersted. Elizabeth Cady Stanton. R of Rs 26(1902)715-20, 111.
Harper, Ida Husted. Tha passing of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Indep 64(1902)2622-5, port.
STAPLES, Samuel Elias (1822-1902). Mass, merchant, local historical writer.

(Rice, Franklin P.) Samuel Elias Staples. 1822-1902. Founder and first President of the Worcester So-
ciety of Antiquity, Worcester, Massachusetts. (Worcester. 1902.) 8vo. pp. 16. Portrait. iHev.ln:
N E Reg 57(1903)122-3(F.W.Parke) "Fine sketch."]

Rice, Franklin P. Samuel Elias Staples. Wor Soc Ant 18(1902)02-103, port.
Samuel E. Staples. Wor Soc Ant 18(1902)103-5.
STARK, John (1728-1822). N. H. General in Am. Revolution.

B o y n t o n, H. John Stark, His place in American history. Granite M 33(1902)228-46, ill.

S a n b o r n, F. B. General John Stark: his genius and achievements as factors in the accomplishment of

American independence. N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)391-414.
STARK family.

Stark family [Note]. Wm M Q 11(1902)148.
8TARKE County, Ind. Co. in the N.W. part of state.

McCormick, Chester A. McCormick's guide to Starke County: or, A past and a present view of our terri-
tory... [Knox, In.] The author, 1902. 102 p. Incl. front., 111., port. 15%cm. [L.C. 3-3213]



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. 307

"THE STATES." Colloquial British name for the TT. S.

Matthews, Albert. "The States." Nation 74(1902)343-4.
STEAM BOATS. Vessels propelled by steam power.

K i n g s b u r y, Frederick J. An Ericsson propeller en the Farmington canal. Conn Mag 7(1902)329-33.

The Norfolk and Richmond steam-boat, 1816. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)49-54.
STEARNS (Mrs.) Mary Elizabeth (Preston) (1821-1901). Massachusetts philanthropist.

Mrs. George Luther Stearns. Medf Reg 5(1902)21-2.
STEEL ENGRAVING. The art of preparing steel plates for printing purposes.

Weltenkampf, Frank. The evolution of steel engraving in America. Bk-Buyer 23(1901-2)93-5, ill.
6TEELE, John Washington.

Steele, John Washington. Coal oil Johnny; story of bis career as told by himself. (John Washington

Steele) Franklin, Pa., 1902. 211 p. front., pi., port. 18%cm. [L.C. 2-10028]
STEIGER, Rodolphe (1780-1847). Swiss-English officer, resident in Canada, physician in War of 1818.

W y s s, Fred. Le capitaine Rodolphe Stelger. Rech Hist 8(1902)187-8.
STEPHENS, Alexander Hamilton (1812-83). Ga. lawyer. 17. S. Congressman, Governor, writer.

Stephens, Alex. H. Leter [to R. S. Bnrch] 1854. Am Htst R 8(1902)91-7.
STEPHENS family.

S m y t h, R. D. & Steiner, Bernard C. John Stephens of Guilford (Conn.) and his dlscendants. N E Reg

56(1902)356-61.
8TEPTOE family.

B s k r 1 d g e, Steptoe, Ac. Va Mag 10(1902)96.
STERNE, Limon (1838-1901). Phila. and N. Y. editor, writer.

[ L 1 in n n Sterne obituary]. Am Hist R 7(1902)406.
STEVENS, Atherton H. (a.1860). Officer in Civil War.

The first Federal to enter Richmond. South Hist Soc Pap SOI 1902) 152-3.
STEVENS, Benjamin Franklin (1833-1902). Am. Bibliographer. Bookseller in London.

[Benjamin Franklin Stevens]. Am Hist R 7(1902)616.

[Benjamin Franklin Stevens obituary]. N E Reg 56(1902)334.
STEVENS, William (1816-97). N. H. banker, legislator, mayor of Dover, N. H.

William S. Stevens [obituary]. N H Hist S 1 1 1. 2, 1897-11(1902) 303-4.
STEVENSON, Andrew (1784-1857). Va. Congressman, minister to Great Britain.

Stevenson, Andrew. [Letters] to David Henshaw aud George Tlchnor [1828, 1840] Bost Bull 7

(1902)263-5.
STEVENSON family.

Stevenson, John R. Thomas Stevenson, of London, Eng., and his descendants. Flemlngton, N. J. Hiram
Edmund Deats, Publisher, 1902. 8vo, cloth, pp.180. [Rev.in:N Y Rec 34(1903)70 "Most careful labor
and erudition."]
STEWART, James C. Am. engineer and builder.

An American builder in England. World's Work 5(1902-3)2786-8, port. 2712.
STEWART, James Turner (1834-1901). Ga. Confederate officer.

M a J. James Turner Stewart. Confed Vet 10(1902)127. port.
STILES, Ezra (1727-95). Conn. Congregational clergyman, President Yale college, writer.

J a s t r o w, M. References to Jews in the diary of Ezra Stiles. Pub Am Jew Hist Soc 10(1902)5-36.
STILES, Samuel Edward (1844-1901). N. Y. librarian, physician and genealogist.

Stiles, Samuel Edward. M. D. NY Rec 33(1902)1-3. port.
8TOCKARD, Henry Jerome. North Carolina poet.

Townsend, (Mrs.)F. L. Henry Jerome Stockard. Meth R South 51(1902)832-7.
STOCKBRIDGE. Mass. Village of Berkshire Co. 17 m. 8. by W. of Pittsfteld.

Plnnkett, (Mrs.)H. M. The evolution of beautiful Stockbridge. New Eng M 25(1901-2)205-19, ill.
STOCKTON, Francis Richard (1834-1902). N. Y. and N. J. novelist, editor.

Two American novelists. R of Rs 25(1902)698-9. port.
STOCKTON, Robert Field (1795-1866). N. J. Commodore V. 8. navy, senator.

The adventures of Captain Stockton '13. Princeton Alnmn W 3(1902-3)38-40.
8TODDARD, Charles Warren (b.1843). California writer, journalist, educator.

L n m m 1 s, Charles F. In Western letters. Charles Warren Stoddard. Out West 17(1902)46-7, port.
8TODDART, James Henry (b.1727). English actor in America.

S t o d d a r t, J. H. The recollections of a player. Cent 64(1902)51-62,290-303, port.



208 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902.

STODDAB.T. James Henry (b.1827). English actor resident of America.

Stoddart, J[ames] H[enry]. Recollections of a player... New York, The Century co., 1902. xxl, 255 p.
front., port., facs. 21cm. [Rev.in:Nation 75(1902)488 "autobiographical notes chiefly valuable as a
revelation of the man himself... a record of Indefatigable industry, intense conscientiousness, and rare
modesty"; Dial 34(1903)116-7(1. A.Pyle) "modest and expressive language ... invaluable ... happily illus-
trated with many old portraits ... and rare old play-bills." L.C. 2-22689]
STONE, Ellen Maria (b.1843). Am. missionary to Macedonia.

L y 1 e, E. P. Ellen M. Stone, among the brigands, with portrait. Everybody's 6(1902)45(Ja).
Stone, Ellen M. Six months among brigands. McClure's 19(1902)2-16,99-109,222-31,464-71,562-70, ill.
STONE, Frederick Dawson (1841-97). Pa. and N. J. librarian, hist, writer.

Frederick Dawson Stone. N J Hist S 2(1902)197-8.
STONE family.

Stone family. Wor Soc Ant 18(1902)127-41.
STONEHAM, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. N. of Boston.

B u c k n a m, Wilton F. Church records at Stoneham, Mass. N E Reg 55(1901)142-5; 56(1902)63-6,289-94
STONY POINT (N.Y.). Revolutionary battle July 16, 1779.

Chaf f ee, Wm. Battle of Stony Point [narrative]. Spirit of '76, 8(1902)222.
Hall, Edward Hagaman. Halsey, Francis Whitin?. introduction by. Stony Point Battle-field. N. Y.,

Amer. Scenic and Historic Preservation Soc. 1902. pp40.

Pennypacker, Samuel W. The capture of Stony Point [oration]. Penn Mag 26(1902)360-9.
STORY, Isaac (1818-1901). Boston lawyer, teacher, politician.

Gordon, George A. Isaac Story. N E Reg 56 Suppl (1902)lxlii-lxxv.
STORY, Joseph (1779-1845). Mass. U. S. Congressman, Supreme court Judge, writer.

Smith, Charles C. Selections from the Story Papers. Miss Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)201-24.
STORY, William Wetmore (1819-95). American sculptor, writer.

Norton, Charles Eliot. [Tribute to William W. Story]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)368-371.
Norton, Charles Eliot. William Wetmore Story. Harv Grad M 10(1901-2)351-4.
STOUGHTONHAM (now Sharon) Mass. Village in Norfolk Co.

Mann, William R. Deaths in Stonghtonham (now Sharon). Dedh Reg 13(1902)88-94,107-11.
Mann, William R. Marriages from the records of Stoughtonham (now Sharon). Dedh Reg 12(1901)24-

7,60-3,97-100,125-9; 13(1902)21-5.57-64.

STOW, Mass. Village of Middlesex Co. about 26 m. W. by N. of Boston.
Moulton, J. Sidney & Beane, Samuel Collins. The two hundredth anniversary of the First Parish Church

of Stow, Mass. 1902. pp 28. 80.

Stow, Mass. First Parish Unitarian church. 1702-1902. The two hundredth anniversary. Sermons by
Rev. J. Sidney Moultoii, pastor, and Samuel Collins Beane, D. U. July 27, 1902. [Stow? Mass.] 1902.
28 p. 111. 22%cm. [L.C. 3-28372]
8TRANG, James Jesse (b.1813). Leader of Mormon settlement on Beaver Is. Michigan.

W a t r o u s, Edward Frost. "King James" of Beaver Island. Cent 63(1901-2)685-9, port.
8TRATHCONA, Donald Alexander Smith (b.1820), Lord. Canadian statesman.

Wilson, Beckles. Lord Strathcona, the story of his life. Toronto, G.N.Morang A Co. 1902. pp!2+288. ill.
[Rev.in:Hlst Pub Canad '02,7(1903)62-4 "remarkable career lends itself to picturesqnes biography. . .bat
...material available bus not been used effectively, and the book is distinctly second rate... too hastily
done. ..English is deplorably bad."]
STRATTON, Winfleld Scott (1848-1902). Col. miner, capitalist.

M o f f e 1 1, Samuel E. Winfleld Scott Stratton. Cosmopol 34(1002-3)88-91. port.
STRATTON family.

Sanford-Stratton (note). N E Reg 56(1902)409-10.
STRIKER, William Soudder (1838-1900). N. J. Adj. General in Civil War, hist, writer.

General William S. Stryker. N Y Hist A 2(1902)9.
STRIKES. Combined refusal of laborers to work.

B o g a r t, Ernest L. The machinists' strike, 1901. Yale R 10(1901-2)249-67.
B o g a r t, Ernest Ludlow. The steel strike [1901]. Bib Sac 59(1902)108-28,294-304.
H o r a c k, Frank E. The Horseshoers' strike of Philadelphia (1902). Am J Sociol 8(1902-3)390-7.
S 1 k e s, George C. The Chicago labor troubles and their settlement. Outl 71(1902)449-50.
Wright, Carroll D. Strikes In the United States. No Am 174(1902)757-68, table.

STRONG, James Woodward (b.1833). Minn. Cong, clergyman and pros, of Northfleld (Carleton) College...
Maxwell, Charles H. Connecticut and the building of a western college. Conn Mag 7(1902)553-6.



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1902. - *

STRONG, Motes (1346-1877). Wit. R. R. engineer, archaeological writer, geologist.

L a p h a m, Julia A. Moees Strong. Wis Arch 2(1902-3)4-6.
STUART, Gilbert (1755-1828). American portrait painter.

Hart, Charles Henry. Gilbert Stuart's portraits of ineii. I. George Washington. Cent 63(1001-2)508-9.
Hart, Charles Henry. Maria Snowdon Mrs. Peter Meircken. Cent 63(1901-2)377, port.
Hart, Charles Henry- Mary White Mrs. Robert Morris. Cent 63(1901-2)374-7, port.
STUART, James Elwell Brown (1833-64). Va. Confederate General in Civil War.

D o r s e y, Frank. Wounding of General J. E. B. Stuart. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)236-8.
STUBBS family.
Stubbs, Wm. Carter. Descendants of John Stubbs, of Cappahoslc, Gloucester County, 1652. New Orleans,

1902.
STUDEBAKER, Clement (1831-1901). Ind. manufacturer.

Clement Studebaker. Chaut 34(1901-2)367. port.
STURBRIDGE, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 30 m. . of Springfield.

Chase, Lev! B. Early Indian trails through Tantiusque. Quiiinbang Hist Soc Leaf l[1902?]69-84.

H a y n e s, George H. "The Tale of Tantlusques." The Sturbrldge Lead Mine. Quinabaug Hist Soc

Leaf 1 [1902?] 159-81.
SUBLETTE. 111. Township of Lee Co. in north of state.

Mannhardt, Bmll. Die ersten deutschen Ansicdler von Perkins Grove. Deutsc-Am 2.3(1902)52-63.
SUBMARINE warfare. Use of boats under water.

A 1 e x a n d e r, W. A. The torpedo boat Hnnley. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)164-74.
Fyfe, Herbert C. Fremantle, E. R. and Reed, E. J. Intro, by. Submarine warfare. N. Y. Dutton & Co.
1902. [Rev. In: Nation 76(1902)406-7 "Proof-reading is execrable ... no index ... 'most timely and highly
Instructive work. . .extremely good review... of submarine wiir- vessels.' "]
SUFFOLK County, Mass. County of which Boston is capital.

Hassam, John T[yler], Registers* of deeds for the county of Suffolk, Massachusetts. 1735-1900. Cam-
bridge, J.Wilson and son, 1900. 75 p. 24%cm. [Continuation of the author's Early recorders and reg-
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Hassam, John T[yler]. Registers of probate for the county of Suffolk, Massachusetts. 1639-1799. Cam-
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Suffolk Deeds. Liber XII. Boston, Rockwell and Churchill Press. 1902. 8vo. [Rev.ln:N E Reg 57(1903)125

(F.W.Parke) "Begins with... 1680, and ends. . .1683."]

W e b s t e r, M. P. The Suffolk resolves. New Eng M 27(1902)353-72, ill., port.
SUFFRAGE. Right to vote.

Cory, Chappell. Suffrage In the South: six new state constitutions. R of Rs 25(1902)716-8.
P r. p, Clarence H. Suffrage restriction In the Sonth. No Am 175(1902)634-43.
SUGAR industry. Cultivation, manufacture and marketing of sugar.

Dumoret, M[aroel]. ...Au pays da Sucre. Parts, H.E.Martin [1002] 223 p. Incl. ill., pi. 23cm. [L.C.

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H a r g e r, Charles Morean. The beet-sugar Industry- Outl 72(1902)128-31.
Price of Siurar. 1787. Low Norf Ant 4(1902)36.

R u t t e r, Frank R. The sugar question in the United States. Qu Jour Eco 17(1902)44-81.
The sugar pandemonium. Gunton's M 22(1902)316-25.
"8UIS8." Name given French Protestants of the Province of Quebec.

Le s "Suisses" du Canada. Rech Hist 8(1902)72-7.

SULLIVAN, John (1740-95). N. H. General in Am. Rev., delegate to Continental Congress.
Murray, Thomas Hamilton. Gen. John Sullivan and the battle of Rhode Island. A sketch of the former
and a description of the latter. . . [Providence, The American-Irish historical society, 1902] 32 p.
21%cm. [Caption title. "Bibliography of the Sullivan family": p. 29-30. Rev.in:N E Reg 57(1903)
123(F.W.Parke); Ess Ant 6(1902)192. L.C. 3-5815]
8UMNER, Charles (1811-74). Mass lawyer, statesman, U. 8. senator, writer.

Chamberlain, Daniel Henry. Charles Sunnier and the treaty of Washington... A review of parts of an
address by Mr. Charles Francis Adams before the New York historical society, November 19, 1901 . . .
[Cambridge, Mass.] Printed by the Riverside press [1902] 1 p. 1., 40 p., 19%cm. [L.C. 2-19711]
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310 WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 190?.

STJMTER, Thomas (1734-1832). S. C. General in Am. Revolution, Congressman, minister to Brasil.

First mention of Thomas Sumter in South Carolina records (note). S C Hist Mag 3(1902)56-7.

F u r m a n, Kate. General Sumter and his neighbors. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)381-8,484-98.
SUNDAY. First day of the week.

Lewis, Abram Herbert. Sunday legislation; its history to the present time and its results... New ed.,
rev. to date and enl. New York, D.Appleton and Co., 1902. xv, 297 p. 19cm. Subject entries: Sun-
day legislation. [L.C. 2-3565 M 2]

Smart, Lucy Allen. The New England colonial Sabbath. Am Monthly M 21(1902)104-8.
SUPPERNONG. Lake in Tyrelle and Washington Cos. N. C.

Discovery of Lake Suppernong, North Carolina. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)21-7.
SUPREME COURT. Highest tribunal in U. S. practice.

B e n o i s t, Charles. Les deux parlementarismes. La cour supreme des fitats-unls. Rev Deux Mondei
7(1902)284-308.

Justices of the United States Supreme Court. Collect 15(1902)73.
SURNAMES. Family names.

S a y 1 e s, Lucy 6. Origin and development of surnames. Conn Mac 7(1902)531-6.
SURRY County, Va. Co. in the 8.E. part of state.

Extracts from the records of Surry County. Win M Q 11(1902)79-87.
SUSQUEHANNAS (or Conestogas). An extinct tribe of Indians, once inhabiting land on the Susquehanna R.

Alsop, George. A character of the province of Maryland. [For details see same title under subject, Mary-
land.]
BUTTER, John A. (1803-80). California pioneer.

Rice, William S. Last days of Gen. John A. Sutler. Out West 17(1902)441-5, ill., port.
SWAN, Robert T. Early Mass, writer.

Swan, Robert T. [Instructions how to turn a Quaker] (note). N B Re* 66(1902)90.

SWEARINGEN family.
Cole, Frank Theodore. Thomas Worthlngton. Old Northw Q 5(1902)33-7,121-6, port.

SWORD. Weapon.

Barbel, Le port de 1'epee sous 1'ancien regimes. Rech Hist 8(1902)47.
SWINTON, John (1829-1901). Am. journalist, economist.
Waters, Robert. Career and conversation of John Swlntou, journalist, orator, economist... Chicago, C.H.

Kerr & company [1902] 84 p. 19cm. [L.C. 2-25624]
8YME family.

Syme family (note). Wm M Q 11(1902)77-8.
SYRACUSE, N. Y. City of Onondaga Co. 150 m. E. of Buffalo.

Syracuse, N. Y. First Presbyterian church. Early records. From the date of establishment in 1826 to
the end of the first pastorate in 1850, embracing a record of marriages and baptisms by the Rev. John
Watson Adams, D.D., the first minister, and a list of members, etc. Ed. by A. J. Northrup... Syra-
cuse, The Genealogical society of central New York, 1902. 1 p. 1., 53 p. 21cm. ([Bulletin of the
Genealogical society of central New York, no. 1, Nov. 1901]) [L.C. 3-8741]

Syracuse, N. Y. Public library. A finding list of genealogies and local history. Syracuse, N. Y., Lyman
brothers, printers [1902] 131 p. 24cm. [Printed in single column on one half of page only. [Rev.ln:
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TABASCO, Mexico. State in south of Mexico.

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