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1902. 83 p. incl. port. pi. 22^cm. [L.C. 2-11607]

G o o d e 1 1, Abner C. [observations on Webster]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)166-8.

McCall, Samuel Wfalker]. Daniel Webster. Boston and A'ew York, Houghton, Mifflln and company, 1902.
2 p. 1., 124 p., 1 1. front, (port.) 18%cra. [Rer.tn:Dial 33(1902)40 "excellent oration... a fine sum-
mary of the Important facts... in every way worthy of the great occasion. . .of permanent value for both
Its form and its content"; Am Hist R 8(1902)177(C.H.Van Tyue) "an appreciation. . .not. . .[to be cou-
Hult[ed] for accurate inf ormatlon . . . is eulogistic and argumentative" ; Nation 74(1902)445 "An apology
that falls little short of... a panegyric..." L.C. 2-13390]

MoMaster, John Bach. Daniel Webster. . . New York, The Century co., 1902. xl, 343 p. incl. pi., port,
front. 21%cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)782(Willlam MacDonald) "popular. . .as such is cordially to
be commended ... pleasantly written and easy to read... no particularly new contributions. . .admirable
index"; Nation 75(1902)421 "Not. ..add much to our knowledge ... readable and. . .impartial. . .repre-
sented rather as... a politician than. . .statesman" : Dial 33(1902)46-7(C.H.Cooper) "perhaps the best
account. . .nothing of the personal side... but., .the great figure in American history"; N E Reg 57(1903)
232(F.W.Parke) "terse style. . .plain diction ... well indexed." L.C. 2-22086]

Warren, Winslow. [Letters of Daniel Webster]. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)278-81.

Webster, Daniel. The letters ... from documents owned principally by the New Hampshire historical so-
ciety; ed. by C. H. Van Tyne... New York, McClure, Phillips & co., 1902. xxli, 769 p. incl. front,
(port.) 23%cm. [Rev.in:Am Hist R 8(1903)782-5(Willlam MacDonald) "valuable. . .errata. . .not num-
erous, numerous footnotes are brief, but generally sufficient. . .absence of an index is extraordinary...
full table of contents ... useful chronological indexes of the papers"; Nation 76(1903)134-5 "arrangement
...will... be generally approved. . .footnotes. . .capricious. . .too numerous typographical errors ... nothing
of importance is revealed to affect the Judgment of Webster by friend or foe." L.C. 2-26743]

Webster, Daniel. [Letters] to William Plumer, Jr. ond Theophilus Parsons [1830, 1840]. Bost Bull

7(1902)268-70.
WEKHRLIN, Ludwig (fl.1776). Swabian journalist.

W a 1 1 z, J. A. Three Swabian Journalists and the Am. Rev. Ludwig Wekhrlln. Am Germ 4(1902)267-91.
WELZ-FLEET (formerly Eastham) Mass. Village of Barnstable Co. 106 m. by railroad S.E. of Boston.

Bowman, George Ernest. The records of Wellefleet, formerly the north precinct of Eastham, Mass.
Mayfl Dec 4(1902)227-32.



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WELLFORD, Robert (1763-ab.94). Britiih surgeon in Am. Revolution, Fredericksburg (Va.) doctor.

W e 1 If o r d, Robert. Diary. . .during. . .whiskey insurrection In 3794. Win M Q 11(1902)1-19.
WENTWORTH County, Ont. Co. of Ontarion, situated at the head of Lake Ontario.

Wentworth Historical Society, Journal and Transactions of. v::. Hamilton, Can. 1902. pp. 107. 111. So.

[Rev.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)417(F.W.Parke) all of Interest]
WESTBOROUGH, Mass. Village of Worcester Co. 18 m. E. of Worcester.

Roe, Alfred S. Creating character at the Lyman school for boys, Westborough, Massachusetts. New Eng
M 25(1902)399-416, 111., port.

White, Martha E. D. Westborough and Northborough. New Eng M 26(1902)721-38, 111.
WEST, Douglas (1825-1901). Hiss. Confederate officer.

M u j. Douglas West. Confed Vet 10(1902)125.
WEST INDIES. System of Islands la Atlantic extending from Florida to N. coast of S. A.

R o w e, L. S. The extension of American influence in the West Indies. No Am 175(1902)254-62.

Stokes, Anson Phelps. Cruising in the West Indleus, &c New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1902. 126 p.

20%cm. [Rer.in:Dial 33(1902)468(C.A.Kofoid) 'brief appendix deals with the political future of these
Islands., .good map, a list of books." L.C. 2-18102]
WEST INDIES, Danish. Several islands east of Porto Rico, belonging to Denmark,

U. 8. Congress. House. Select committee on purchase of Danish West Indies. . . . Report [on a document

which purported to be a secret report to the Danish government, by Capt. W. Christmas Dirckinck Holni-

feld, to bring about the purchase of the Islands by the United States; with testimony. Washington,

Gov't print, off., 1902. vli, 118 p. 23cm. (57th Cong., 1st sess. House. Rept. no. 2749) [L.C. 2-26715]

WESTMINSTER, Vt. Village of Windham Co. 4 m. below Bellows Falls.

Daughters of the American revolution. Vermont. Brattle boro chapter. On historic ground; the site of the
old court house at Westminster marked by the Daughters of the American revolution, September 17, 1902
...programme and exercises of the day; historical address of Alfred S. Hall... Brattleboro, Press of
E.L.Hlldretb & co., 1902. 21, [2] p. ill. 23cm. [L.C. 3-20611]
WESTMORELAND County, Pa. A Co. in the 8.W. part of state.

Taylor, (Mn.)Jeffery M. Some pensioners of the Rev. War in Westmoreland County, Pa. Am Month

M 21(1902)115-8.
WESTMORELAND County, Va. A Co. in the E. part of state.

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

(1902)123-30.
WEST POINT(N.Y.). Village, site of U.S. Military Academy, in Orange Co. on Hudson R., 52 m.K. of N.Y.

Barnes, James. A hundred years of West Point. Outl 71(1902)590-601, ill., port.

Bulletin Number 2 of the Association of Graduates of the United States Military Academy West Point.
N. Y. 1902 paper, pp93. [Rev.ln:South Hist A Pub 6(1902)350-1 "packed with valuable details on the
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Davis, Richmond P. Athletics at the United States Military Academy. Outing 39(1901-2)384-91, 111.

Farley, Joseph Pearson. West Point in the early sixties, with Incidents of the war. . . Troy, N. Y., Pa-
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Graduates [Confederate] of the Military Academy at West Point. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)34-78

Hancock, H[arry] Irving. Life at West Point; the making of the American army officer: bis studies, disci-
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nam's sous, 1902. x p., 1 1., 260 p. front., pi. 20cm. [Rev.ln:Nation 75(1902)130 "Admirably de-
scribes ... candidate ... and ... rigorous and vigorous treatment. . .from. . .hour he reports until. . .gradua-
tion"; Dial 33(1902)214-5 "no better account of th actualities of life at West Point could have been
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Palmer, Frederick. West Point after a century. World's Work 4(1902)2433-51, 111., port.

T 1 1 1 m a n, Samuel E. West Point and Its centenary. R of Rs 26(1902)45-53, 111.
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Fast, Richard Ellsworth. A Southern experiment in township government. Sewanee 10(1902)134-42.

Hall, Granville Davisson. The rending cf Virginia, a history. By Granvllle Davisson Hall... [For detail
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L a 1 d 1 e y, W. S. Birthplace of President Andrew Jackson. (?) W Va Mag 2.4(1902)5-10.

Lough, Myrm Carelton. Early education In Western Virginia. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2)119-68.

Members of the W. Va. Constitutional Convention. Transallegheny Hist M 1(1901-2) 2 pages facing
224.

Roller, Robert Douglas. Giant's axe. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)86.

Transallegheny Historical Magazine. Pub. by the Transallegheny Historical Society quarterly. Morgan-
town, W. Va. v. 1, no* 3*4, and v. 2, no. 11902.



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Whitehall, A. R. History of education In West Virginia. Contributed by U. S. Bureau of Education. 1902,

80, pp 165. 33 platea.
The West Virginia Historical Magazine Pub. quarterly by the West Virginia Hist, and Antlq. Society.

W. S. Laidley, ed. v. 2. Charleston, W. Va. 1902. pp. 340. ill. 80.

WESTERN RESERVE. K.E. section of Ohio reserved by Conn, when ceding: western lands to U. S. 1786.
Mathews, Alfred. Ohio and her Western Reserve, with a story of three states leading to the latter, from
Connecticut, by way of Wyoming, its Indian wars and massacre. [For details see same title under sub-
ject, Ohio.]
WE8TFALL family.

Collins, Holdridge Oero. The Westfall family. N Y Rec 33(1902)10-4,87-90.
WESTINGHOUSE, George (b.lS46). Fa. inventor and manufacturer.

M c F a r 1 a n d, W. M. George Westinghouse, with portrait. Cassier 23(1902)373(D).
Price, Charles W. George Westinghouse. Cosmop 33(1902)167-9, port.
WETHEHSFIELD, Conn. Village of Hartford Co. 3/i m. 8. of Hartford.

Hicks, Rev. Lewis Wilder. "The first civil settlement in Connecticut." Conn Mag 7(1902)213-32, ill.
WETMOHE family.

Jack, David Russell. The Wetmore family, of Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Acad 2(1902)90-7,166-9
WHALE fishery.

Starbuck, Mary E. Whale oil and spermaceti. New Eng M 26(1902)515-24, ill.
Wing, Mitchell. An old time Whaler. The Owl 3(1902)105-8.
WHEATLEY family.

Mheatley, Hannibal P[arihj. Genealogy of the Wheatley or Wheatleigh family. A history of the family

in England and America [Farmlngton, N. U., E.H.Tbomas, 1902] 1 p. 1., 154 p. ill., plate, port.

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WHEATON, Henry (1785-1848). R. I. lawyer, minister to Prussia, publicist.

Kellen, William Vail. Henry Wheaton, an appreciation; being the address delivered before the alumni of
Brown university on the occasion of the one hundredth anniversary of his graduation, June seventeenth,
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WHEELER, Joseph (b.1836). Ala. Confederate General, Congressman, officer in Spanish-American War.

S o d 1 e r, David M. Johnston's last volley. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)174-8.
WHEELER family.

Crane, Ellery Blcknell. President's address. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)310-20.
WHIFFLE, Henry B. (1828-1901). Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Minn., friend of Indians.
Gates, Merrill E. Bishop Henry B. Whlpple, apostle to the Indians. Miss R 26(1902)40-5.
N 1 c h o 1 s, H. P. An apostle to the American Indians. Cent 63(1901-2)702-7, ports.

Whipple, H. B. Lights and shadows of a long episcopate. N. Y., Macmlllan, 1902. 80. [Rev. in: Nation
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WHIFFLE, William (1780-85). N. H. judge, Signer of Declaration of Independence, Rev. Gen.

Little, A. William Whipple, signer of the Declaration of Independence. N H Hist 111.2,1897-9(1902).
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WHISKEY rebellion. Uprising in Pennsylvania 1794.

Wellford, Robert. Diary during whiskey insurrection in 1794. Wm M Q 11(1902)1-19.
WHISTLER, James Abbott McNiel (b.1884). Am. artist, resident in England.

B o w d o i n, W. G. James McNeill Whistler, the man and his work. London, The De La More Press,

1902. 78 p. 80. ["Contains a bibliography of works by and about Whistler."]
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WHISTLER family.

Smith, J. C. C. Hathorne Whistler (note). N E Reg 56(1902)204.
WHITE, Andrew (d.1656). Md. R. C. priest.

D e v i 1 1, B. I. Father Andrew White. Am Cath Res 19(1902)72-4.
WHITE, Andrew D. (b.1838). Am. Prof., writer, Pres. Cornell Univ., Ambassador to Germany. *

E d w a r d s, E. J. Andrew D. White, educator and diplomat. R of Rs 26(1902)697-701, port.

Hull, Charles H. Andrew D. White. World's Work 4(1902)2675-7, port, p.2582.

gclii.rbraud, Wolf Ton. Ambassador White's work. No An 171(1902)632-41, . ;



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WHITE, Stewart Edward (b.1873). Author, naturalist.

L u m m 1 s, Charles F. Stewart Edward White. Out West 17(1902)47-8, 111., port.
WHITE, Theodore 6. (1878-1901). Columbia professor, scientist, writer.

P 1 n e, John B. Theodore G. White. Columb Q 4(1902)50-2. port.
WHITE family.

Lothrop, Thomas J[ack*on], The Nicholas White family, 1043-1900... Tauutou, Mass. [Printed by C.A.
Hack & son] 1902. 1 p. 1., 493 p. geneal. tab. 24cm. [Rev.ln:N E Reg 57(1903)420 no sources
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WHITE HOUSE. Official residence of the President of the United States.
K e n n a n, George. The White House. Outl 70(1902)287-99, ill., plans.
Fendel, Thomas F[ranses]. Thirty-six years in the White house; Lincoln-Roosevelt. Washington, The

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WHITE PLAINS, K. Y. Village of Westohester Co. 22 m. N. by E. of New York.

Rosen, John. Picturesque White Plains, New York... [White Plains, N. Y., J. Roach, 1902] cover-title,

47, [1] p. 111. 30%cm. [L.C. 3-14980]
WHITEHEAD family.

a r 1 1 s, C. B. Daniel Whitehead and some of his descendants. N V Rec 33(1902)101-3.
Whltehead family deeds. Wm M Q 11(1902)139-41.
WHITING family.

Laxell, Theodore 8[tudley], Whiting genealogy. Nathaniel Whiting of Dedham, Mass., 1641, and five gen-
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M a g e e, James F. Whltlnit family. Dedh Reg 13(1902)64-5.
The old Whiting mills on Mother Brook. Dedh Reg 13(1902)97-8, 111.
WHITFIELD, James (1770-1834). Archbishop of Baltimore.

Archbishop Whltefield's report to the Propaganda. Am Cath Res 19(1902)107.
WHITEHEAD, John (d. 16951). Connecticut citizen.

Shepard, James. John Whitehead of New Haven and Branford, Conn. (Reprinted from New-Eng. histor-
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WHITING, William Henry Chase (1886-66). Confederate General.

Wright, Marcus J. Diary of a march from El Paso to San Autoaio. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)283-94,

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WHITMAN, Marcus (1802-47). N. Y. Presbyterian clergyman, missionary to Oregon.

Brain, Bella M. The true story of Marcus Whitman. Miss R 25(1902)641-53, ill., map.
Eells, Myron. A reply to Professor Bourne's "The Whitman legend;"... Walla Walla, Wash., Statesman
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H o d d e r, F. H. The Marcus Whitman legend. (Rev.) Dial 32(1902)40-3.
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Trowbrlilge, John Townsend. Reminiscences of Walt Whitman. Atlau 89(1902)163-75.
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[1902] [10 v. fronts., plate, port., facs. 23%cm. The book-lover's Caniden edition. Limited edition
of 500 signed and numbered sets. This set not numbered. Title in red and green within green orna-
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Whitman, Walt. Letters written to his mother from 1866 to 1872, together with certain papers prepared
from material now first utilized; ed. by Thomas B. Harned... New York and London, G.P.Putnam's
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WHITMARSH family.

Bates, N. W. Genealogy of the Whitmarsh Family. Revised edition, 1902. West Bloomfleld, N. Y.
16mo. pp. 9. [21.Men.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)328(F.W.Parke) "some of the descendants of John Whit-
inarsh [of ] . . . Weymouth, Mass."]
WHITMORE, William Henry (1836-1900). Boston merchant, genealogist, antiquarian, historian.

Appleton, William S. Memoir of William Henry Whitmore. Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)96-104.
Gordon, Geo. A. William Henry Whitmore. A. M. N E Reg 56(1902)67-9.
WHITNEY, Barney. N. Y. teacher.

Whitney, Barney. Fifty years a teacher. (School bulletin pub.) Syracuse, N. Y., Bardeen, 1902.
WHITNEY, William C. (b.1841). N. Y. financier, IT. 8. Secretary of Navy.
G 1 e e d, Charles S. William Collins Whitney. Cosmopol 33(1902)419-20, port.
K e n n y, W. J. K. William C. Whitney. World's Work 4(1902)2708-11, port.
WHIXTIER, John Greenleaf (1807-92). Hats, abolitionist, editor, poet.

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. . . . John Greenleaf Whittier. New York, London, The Macmlllau com
pany, 1902. vili p., 1 1.. 196 p. 19%cm. (English men of letters) [Rev.in:Nation 76(1903)440-1
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Whittier, John Greenleaf. Poems, with biographical sketch by Nvthau Haskell Dole. New York, T.Y.
Crowell & company [1902] 1 p. 1., xxiv, 363 p. front, (port.) 19cm. [Added t.-p. : John Greeuleaf
Whittier's poetical works. L.C. 2. -23315]
WICKES family.

Will of Thomas Wicket [Salem. Mass, ab.1656] Ess Ant 6(1902)166-6.
WICKLIFFE family.

David Wickllffe. Wm M Q 10(1902)175-7.

WIEDERHOLDT, Capt. (d.1806). Capt. in American Revolution.
Tagebuch des Capt. Wiederholdt vom 7 October 1776 bis 7 December 1780 [with Introduction by M.

D. Learned.] Am Germ 4 ( 1902) III-X VII. 19-93.
WILDER, Sampson V. 8. (1780-1865). Boston merchant, philanthropist.

Gunnlson, Almon. An old letter from a New England attic. New Eng M 26(1902)344-52, ill., port.

WILDER family.

[Wilder, Sidney Augustus]. Joseph Wilder and his descendants. 2d ed. Pembroke [Me.] Printed by the

compilers, 1902. 10 p. 19cm. [Preface signed: Sidney A. Wilder, Gerald G. Wilder. L.C. 3-27029]
WILKES-BARRt, Fa. City of Luzerne Co. 151 m. by rail N. by W. of Philadelphia.
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WILKES County, N. C. A Co. in the N.W. part of N. C.
Crouch, John. Historical sketches of Wllkes County [North Carolina] . . . Wilkesboro, N. C., J.Croucb,

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WILKESON, Sam (1781-1848). N. Y. State senator, judge, Mayor of Buffalo.
W 1 1 k e B o n, S. Historical writings of Judge Samuel Wilkeson, prefaced with a biographical sketch by

Ills son, the late Samuel Wilkeson, Jr. Pub Buffalo Hist Soc 5(1902)135-45.
WILKINS, Jesse Montgomery (b.1875). Kiss, legislator, local hist, writer.

[Jesse Montgomery Wllklns] Miss Hist P 6(1902)265.
WILL County, 111. A Co. in the N.E. part of state.

Mannhardt, Emll. Die Jeveraner-Kolonie in Will County, 111., und Ihre TOchter-Kolonien. Deutsch-

Am Q 2.1(1902)33-9.
WILLARD, Emma (Hart) (1787-1870). Conn, and N. Y. educator, writer, poet.

Bartlett, Ellen Strong. Emma Willard, a pioneer of education for women. New Eng M 25(1901-2)

565-76, 111., port.
WILLARD, Francis Elisabeth (1889-98). HI. teacher, editor, Temperance advocate and leader.

Babcock, Bernie. An uncrowned queen; the story of the life of Frances E. Willard told for young peopU

. . . Chicago, London [etc.] F.H.Revell company, 1902. 270 p., 1 1. 19cm. [L.C. 2-30130]
WILLARD, George (1824-1901). Michigan clergyman, educator and journalist, Congressmen.

[George Willard obituary] Mich Hist Coll '01,31(1902)23-6.
WILLCOMB family.

Willoomb, Oliver Clifton. Genealogy of the Willcomb family of New England (1655-1902) Together with

a condensed history of the town of Ipswich, Mass viii, 302 p. incl. front., 111., plate, port. 22cm.

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WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY 1901. M7

WILLCOX, Joseph (1728-ab.W). N. C. iron manufacturer, legislator.

W 1 1 1 c o x, Joseph. John Willcox, of Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Am Cath Res 19(1902)17-25.
WILLCOX family.

W 1 1 1 c o x family. Win M Q 11(1902)58-60.
WILLET family.

Carpenter, Daniel H. Willct record. N Y Rec 33(1902)106-7.
WILLIAM AND MARY College. College at Williamsburg, Va., fd. 1093.

Anderson, Josephine. William and Mary College. Am Month M 21(1902)453-4.

Founders Tablet (note). Wm M Q 10(1901)280.

Papers relating to the administration of Governor Nicholson and to the founding of William and Mary
College. Va Mag 9(1902)251-62.

Tyler, Lyon G. History in William and Mary college. Nation 75(1902)399-400.

William and Mary College in 1858. Wm M Q 10(1902)251-7.
WILLIAMS, George G. (b.1826). New York banker.

Lefevre, Edwin. Mr. Williams and the Chemical national bank... [New York] Doubleday, Page St. com-
pany [1902] [20] p. port. 18cm. [From the World's work, April 1902. L.C. 2-19844]
WILLIAMS, Henry (1816-1901). Boston educator.

H a s k 1 n s, David G. Henry Williams. N E Reg 56 Suppl (1902)11-111.
WILLIAMS, Isaac (1737-1820). Ohio Valley pioneer, Indian fighter, trapper.

G 1 b b e n s, Alvardo F. Isaac Williams. W Va Mag 2. 1(1902) 30-46.
WILLIAMS, James H. Sailor, organizer of the International Seamans Union.

Williams, James H. The autobiography of a labor leader. Indep 54(1902)2634-8.
WILLIAMS, John R. (1782-1854). Michigan pioneer, soldier in war of 1812, General in Black Hawk war.

Williams, John R. Papers of. Comp. by Burton, O. M. The Black Hawk War. Mich Hist Coll '01,

31(1902)313-471, port.
WILLIAMS, Roger (1599-1683). Mass, clergyman, founder of R. I., writer.

C a r p e n t e r, K. J. Roger Williams and the plantations at Providence. New Eng M 26(1902)353-64.
WILLIAMS family.

Goodspeed, Charles S. Williams Bible records. N E Reg 56(lP02)363-4.

Will of George Williams [Salem, Mass, ab.1654]. Boa Ant 6(1902)22.

Will of Marie Williams. [Salem, Mass, ab.1654] Esa Ant 6(1902)23-4.

W i 1 1 I a m s - II I 1 1 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)107.
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. Town of James City Co. about 50 m. E.S.E. of Richmond.

B r u t o n church (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)275.

Capitol landing bridge (near Wllllamfiburg) (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)274.

P 1 a B B a B of the Capitol (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)275.

Proprietors of lots in Williamsburg in 1783. Wm M Q 11(1902)114-6.

Old Wllllamsburg, Va. Ctry Life Am 2:69(Je).
WILLIS, Benjamin (1686-1767). Medford (Mass.) town clerk and deacon.

Extracts from Dea. Willis's diary. Medf Reg 5(1902)95.

WILLIS family.

Blackford, Chas. M. Mildred Washington Willis (note). Va Mag 10(1902)108-10.

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

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details see same title under subject, Haines family.]
WILLIS, N. P. (1806-67). American editor, writer, poet.

W i 1 1 1 s, N. P. (letter). The Forest-Willis trouble. Collect 16(1902)14-5.
WILLS, William Henry (1809-89). N. C. itinerant Methodist preacher, merchant.

Will", Wm. H. A Southern sulky ride In 1837, from N. C. to Ala. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)471-83.
WILMINGTON, N. C. City of Hanover Co. on Cape Fear R. 134 m. 8.S.E. of Raleigh.

S p r u n t, James. Tales of the Cape Fear blockade. N C Bookl 1.10(1902)3-112, ill.
WILSON, James (1797-1881). N. H. politician, legislator, and Congressman.

B r I g g s, J. F. General James Wilson. Historic Quart 3(1902)1-26.

Gen. James Wilson of New Hampshire. Notes and Q 20(1902)110-12.

Briggs, James F. Sketch of General James Wilson of New Hampshire. Manchester, N. H. Manchester
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WILSON, Thomas (1832-1902). Am. anthropologist, writer.

M 1 1 1 s, W. C. Memorial to Thomas Wilson. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 11(1902)157-9.
Moorehead, Warren K. The late Dr. Thomas" Wilson. Am Antiq 24(1902)408.



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