Ernest Cushing Richardson.

Writings on American history, 1902 : an attempt at an exhaustive bibliography of books and articles on United States history published during the year 1902 and some memoranda on other portions of America online

. (page 9 of 54)
Online LibraryErnest Cushing RichardsonWritings on American history, 1902 : an attempt at an exhaustive bibliography of books and articles on United States history published during the year 1902 and some memoranda on other portions of America → online text (page 9 of 54)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook

\V h i t e, Andrew D. The Cardiff Giant. The true story of a remarkable deception. Cent 64(1902)948-55.
CAREY, Matthew (1760-1840). Pa. printer, writer, publisher.

S e 1. from the correspondence of Matthew Carey, writer, printer, publisher. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)237-47.
CARIBS. West Indian race, now in Cent, and S. A. along Carribean Sea.

A y m e, Louis H. The forgotten language of the Caribs. Notes and Q 20(1902)179-80.
CARLETON, Canada. Village of Bonaventiere Co., Quebec, 5 m. N.E. of Daihousie, N. B.

Chouinard, L'Abbe E. P. Saint Joseph de Carleton. Rech Hist 8(1902)137-8.
CARLETON College. Congregational College at Northfield, Minn., founded 1866.
Maxwell, Charles H. Connecticut and the building of a western college. Conn Mag (1902)553-6.


CARMELITES. R. C. orders of monks and nuns.

Historical picture gallery [Carmelite costumes]. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)121-6.
CARNEGIE, Andrew (b.1837). Fa. capitalist, philanthropist.

Andrew Carnegie's gifts to American libraries In 1901. Lib 3 27(1902)24-5.
Glee d, Charles S. Andrew Carnegie. Cosmopol 33(1902)297-301, port.
M a h I e, Hamilton. Andrew Carnegie. Cent 64(1902)956-8.

CARNEGIE Institution. Washington, D. C., lust, for promoting scholarly research.
The Carnegie Institution. Nation 74(1902)46.

Carnegie institution, Washington, D. C. ...Articles of Incorporation, deed of trust, etc. Washington,
I). C., [Lancaster, Pa., Press of the New era printing co.] 1902. 15 p. 23cm. [With Carnegie institu-
tion, Washington, D. C. The Carnegie institution. Washington, 1902] [Publication no. 2. L.C. 3-7026]
Carnegie institution, Washington, D. C. The Carnegie Institution of Washington, D. C. Founded by An-
drew Carnegie, 1902. Washington, D. C., [Lancaster, Pa., Press of the New era printing co.] 1902. 16
p. 23cm. (Its [Publication] no. 1) [L.C. 3-7025]

G i 1 m a n, Daniel C. The Carnegie Institution. Cent 63< 1901 -2) 794-7.
G 1 1 m a n, Daniel C. The Camegle Institution. Indep 54(1902)679.
CAROLINA. That part of Atlantic coast granted to the Lords Proprietors in 1663.

C a r r, F. The state of Carolina to the King by the Lords Proprietors. Trinity Arch 15(1902)372-81.
CARPENTER, Alonzo Philetus (1889-98). N. H. Chief Justice.

A 1 o n c o Philetus Carpenter, LL.D. [obituary]. N H Hist 8 111.2,1897-9(1902)297-9.
CARR family.

Carr, Edson I. Genealogy of Joseph Carr, of Jamestown. Rhode Island. Copied from the Carr family

records by Edson I. Carr, and carried to the tenth generation by Mary E. Burt. Fall River, Mass.,

Ferdinand H. Clifford. 1902. STO. pp. 64. 111. [Rev.ln:N E Rog 56(1902)413(F.W.Parke) "[some]

statements are. . .questionable."]

CARRIERS Indians* Cacullies or Cakalis or Cakhelhne). A tribe of Rocky Hts. Indians of the Dene family.

M o r 1 c e, Rev. A. G. Carriers and Ainos at home. Am Ant 24(1902)88-93.
CARROLL, Charles (1737-1832). Md. signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Carroll, Charles. Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, on the evils threatening the Government, etc. Am

Cath Res 19(1902)56-8.

Carroll, Charles. ...Unpublished letters of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, and of bin father, Charles Car-
rol? of Doughoregan. Comp. and ed. with a memoir by Thomas Meagher Field. New York, The United
States Catholic historical society, 1902. 1 p. 1., 250 p. front., port., facsim., geneal. tab. 23cm. (The
United States Catholic historical society. Monograph series, I) [no. 549 of edition of 750 copies.
LC. 2-13387]

Charles Carroll of Carrollton destroyed his Rev. correspondence. Am Cath Res 19(1902)177.
CARROLL, John (1735-1815). Bishop of Md., first Catholic bishop of the H. S.

The beginning of the hierarchy In the United States. The appointment of a Superior. Benjamin
Franklin's recommendation of Rev. John Carroll, his companion on the embassy to the Canadians, In
1776. Am Cath Res 19(1902)155-9.

Carroll. Bishop Carroll and borrowed books. Am Cath Res 19(1902)71.
CARROLL, William (1788-1844). Tenn. statesman and Governor, officer.

T n c k e r, Emma Carroll. Governor William Carroll. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)388-96, port.
CARSON, Christopher ("Kit Carson") (1809-68). Mo. hunter and soldier.

Burdett, Charles. Life of Kit Carson, the great western hunter and guide... with an account of various
government expeditions to the far West ; with an introduction by G. Mercer Adam . . . New York, The
Perkins book company [c!902] Iv, ili-zill, 376 p. front, (port.) pi. 19cm. ([Heroes of history]) [L.C.
CARTER (Father) (fl.1884). Philadelphia Catholic priest.

A vow to the blessed Virgin the Church of the Assumption, Philadelphia. Am Cath Res 19(1902)110.
CARTER, Peter (1825-1900). N. Y. publisher.

Peter Carter, 1825-1900. Privately pr. 1901-2. 80.
CARTER, Robert ffl.1773). Virginia planter, "King's Councillor."

Williams, John Rogers, ed. A catalogue of books tn the library of 'Councillor" Robert Carter, at

Nomlni Hall, Westmoreland county, Va. Wm M Q 10(1902)232-41; 11,21-8.
GARY, William (d.1902). New York writer, editor.

William Cary. Cent 63(1^01)477-8.
CART family.

Will of Wilson Cary, 1772. Va Mag 10(1902)189-93.


CASA8, Bartholome do Las (1474-1566). Bishop of Chiapa.

Dutto, L[ouis] A[nthony], The life of Bartolomfi de Las Casas and the first leaves of American ecclesi-
astical history. St. Louis, Mo., B.Herder, 1902. 592 p. 20 cm. [L.C. 2-16216]
CASS family.

Ebenezer Cass (note). N E Reg 56(1902)410.

S t o w e 1 1, William. A branch of the Cass family. N E Reg 56(1902)305-8.
CASSATT, Alexander Johnston (b.1839). Fa., President F. R. R.

G 1 e e d, Charles S. Alexander Johnston Cassatt. Cosmopol 33(1902)421-3, port.
CASTRO, Ciprano (fl.1902). Fresident of Venezuela.

B o w e n, Marion P. President Castro and the city of Caracas. Indep 54(1902)3083-91, ill., port.
CATEECHE. S. C. Indian girl, heroine in the Am. Revolution.

R u s s e 1 1, May. Anderson, South Carolina. Gen. Robert Anderson. Am Month M 21(1902)482.
CATHOLIC Church. Church under the government of the Roman hierarchy.

A., G. Die "Missionare fur Nichtkatholiken" in don Vereinigten Staatcn. H Bl 130, 288-94.
American Catholic Historical Researches. Parkesburg, Pa. 80. quarterly, v. 19. 1902. pp. 190+10.
American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia. Records. Phila. Pub. by the Society 80 Quarterly,

v. 13 1902.

B e k k e r s, B. J. The Catholic Church in Miss, during the Colonial times. Miss Hist P 6(1901)351-7.
Bogus Catholic history. Am Cath Res 19(1902)30-1.

Catholic historical events ought to be commemorated. Am Cath Res 19(1902)169-70.
Catholic historical notes. Am Cath Res 19(1902)34-8,84-94,141-144,132-192.
C o r t e s i, Salvatore. Catholicism in the United States. Indep 54(1902)1815-7, ill.
D. Katholiken i. d. Verein. Staat. v. N.-A. Kath Kirchenbl f Sachsen(1902)No23.
E b e n r e c h t, J. M. Progr&s du catholicisme en Ainfirique et autre pays de langue anglaise. Rev Cath

Avril Mal(1902).

England. Papists and Quakers in Pennsylvania. Am Catb Res 19(1902)79.
Index of historical pamphlets in the library of St. Charles' Seminary, Overorook, Pa. Am Cath Hist


M a r k o e, L. J. Public schools and the Roman Catholic Church. Cath World 75(1902)327(J1)
Notable events In Catholic American history. Am Cath Res 19(1902U70-2.
Ragey, pfire mariste. ...Une nouvelle France. Paris, A.Challamel, 1902. 2 p. 1., viii, 263, [1] p. 19cm.

[At head of title: P. Ragey, mariste. L.C. 3-45]

The [R. C.] Church in Boston in 1819. Am Cath Res 19 (1902) 11 3-1.
Select documents. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)165-73,251-95,375-87.
Some errors of Catholic history. Am Cath Res 19(1902)49-52.
Wishart, Alfred Wesley. A short history of monks and monasteries. [2<1 od.] Trenton, N. J., A.Brandt,

1902. 462 p. 20cm. ["Bibliography": p. 12-15. L.C. 2-27431]
CATSKILL mountains. Group in Greene and Ulster Cos., N. Y. , some 7 m. from Hudson r.

Catskill mountain summer resorts. . .containing selected list of hotels, boarding houses and farm houses
where summer guests are entertained. New York, American resort association, 1902. 112 p. incl. ill.,
map. 20 x 10%cm. [L.C. 2-19007]

Ingersoll, Ernest. Rand, McNally & co.'s Illustrated guide to the Hudson river and Catskill mountains.
10th ed. Chicago and New York, Rand, McXally & co., 1902. 245 p. incl. front, pi., fold, maps, plan.
17cm. [L.C. 2-19283]

Ulster and Delaware railroad company. The Catskill mountains. The most picturesque mountain region
on the globe... Rondout, N. Y. [Press of K. Freeman] 1902. 179 p. front., ill., fold. map. 22% em.
Illus. t.-p. Advertising matter: p. 135-179. [L.C. 2-14868]
CATTLE industry. Raising and marketing of cattle.

H a r g e r, C. M. Modern methods in the cattle industry. Outl 72(1902)38-47, ill., port.
Mayo, Earl. A day's work on a cattle ranch. World's Work 3(1901-2)1638-45, ill.

Michelson, C. Sheep men and cattle men of the West; war for the range. Munsey 28(1902)380(D).
Miller, T[imothy] L[athrop], History of Hereford cattle, proven conclusively the oldest of Improved
breeds. With which is Incorporated a history of the Herefords in America, by Wm. H. Sotham. Chilli-
cothe, Mo., T.F.B.Sotham, 1902. 592 p. front., ill., col. pi., port., facsirn. 27cm. [L.C. 2-20955]
Ward, Leonard. Lost Steer, 1767 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)217.
CAUCUS. Meeting of members of ona political party of a legislative body.
F a v r e a u, J. A. L'origine du mot "caucus." Rech Hist 2(1902)157-8.

Thompson, C[harles] S[eymour], An essay on the rise and fall of the congressional caucus as a machine
for nominating candidates for the presidency... [New Haven, 1902?] 46 p. 27cm. [Cover-title: Yale
university. The John Addison Porter prize in American history. First prize essay for the year 1902.
Bibliography: p. 9-12. L.C. 2-30563]


CATTLK'8 Field (Md.)- War of 1812 battle, 1814.

General Philip Reed and Caulk' s Field memorial. Report of the remarks of Rev. Christopher T. Denroche
and Captain Columbnis[!] A. Leary; also the historical address on that occasion of Hon. William M.
Marine, and the remarks of A. K. Hadel, M. D., at the ceremonies attending the unveiling of a stone to
mark the Caulk's Field battle ground, In Kent County, Maryland, held on the field, Saturday, October
18, 1902. 94 p. front, (port.) 23cm. [Cover-title: General Philip Reed and Caulk's Field. Cere-
monies attending the unveiling of a battle-marker on Caulk's Field, and a slab at General Reed's grave.
L.C. 3-14052]
CEDAR Creek (Va.). Civil War battle, Oct. 19, 1864.

Buck, Samuel D. Battle of Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 19th, 1864. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)104-10.

M o o r m a n n, M. N. Recollections of Cedar Creek and Fisher's Hill. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)371-2.

Taylor, John H. Battle of Cedar Creek. Confed Vet 10(1902)22.
CEDAR Mountains (Va.). Civil War battle, Aug. 9, 1862.

New York infantry. 28th regt. 1862, Cedar Mountain, August ninth, 1902. [n. p., 19027] 33, [2] p. Incl.
S ports, front. 24cm. [Caption title: Dedication of the monument to the 28th New York volunteer*,
Cnlpeper, Va., August 8, 1902. Prepared by Horatio C. King. L.C. 3-32529]
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa. City of Linn Co. on Cedar River, 81 m. W. of Clinton.

K i m b a 1 1, W. P. The Iowa Masonic library. Lib J 27(1902)837-8.
CEDARS, Can. Revolutionary engagement, Kay 19, 1776.

A 1 d r i c h, Edgar. The affair of the Cedars and the service of Colonel Timothy Bedel in the Rev. N H

Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)194-231.

CENSUS. Official enumeration of population and wealth.
H o f f m a n, F. L. Vital statistics of census of 1900. Am Statis Assoc 8(1902)127(D).

M e r r i a m, William R. Need of a permanent census office. N > Am 174(1902)106-12.

Notes on the U. S. Census, 1900. Am Statis Assoc 8 (1902) 30 (Mr).

T/. S. Census office. 12th census, 1900. ...Abstract. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. zlll, 396 p.
23%cm. [Prepared by S. N. D. North, Walter F. Wlllcox and Henry Gannett. "List of publications
issued by the Census office since ... March 3, 1899": p. 391-395. L.C. 3-3218]

TT. S. Census office. 12th census, 1900. . . . Bulletins Issued from October 0, 1900 to [October 20, 1902] . . .
number 4[ 247] Washington, Census office, 1900-02. 244 nos. In 6 v. ill. 29cm. [Published at irreg-
ular intervals under title "Census bulletin." No. 1-3, of an administrative character, were not issued
April 5-Nov. 1, 1901. [v. 3] No. 107-163; Nov. 1, 1901-April 29, 1902. [v. 4] No. 164-208; April 29-June
21, 1902. [v. 5] No. 209-232; June 25-July 8, 1902. [v. 8] No. 233-247; Aug. 1-Oct. 20, 1902. L.C.

XT. 8. Census office. 12th census, 1900. Reports... William R. Merrlam, director... Washington,
United States Census office, 1901-02. 10 v. pi., maps, tab., diagr. (partly col.) 30cm. [Contents. v.
I-II. Population; prepared under the supervision of William C. Hunt. v. III-IV. Vital statistics; pre-
pared under the supervision of William A. King: pt. I. Analysis and ratio tables, pt. II. Statistics of
deaths. V. V-VI. Agriculture; prepared under the supervision of Le Grand Powers: pt. I. Farms, llvo
stock and animal products, pt. II. Crops and irrigation. V. VII-X. Manufactures; prepared under tho
supervision of S. N. D. North: pt. 1. United States by industries, pt. II. States and territories, pt.
III.IV. Special reports on selected industries. L.C. 3-1263]
CENTRAL America. Portion of N. A. between isthmuses of Panama and Tehuantepeo.

Bureau of the American republics, Washington, D. C. A list of books, magazine articles, and maps relat-
ing to Central America, including the republics of Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and
Salvador, 1800-1900. Prepared by P. Lee Philips... Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 109 p.
23%cm. [L.C. 2-18674]

G n S r 1 n, U. A travers I'Aint'riqin- Centrale. Rev Monde Csth 1 Aon (1902).

Jung, E. Dtsche. Interessen in Central-amerika. Beit. z. Kolonlalpol. ( 1902) 638-40.

Karsten, G. P. Preuss' Expedition nach Central-n. Sfld-amcrika, 1899-1900. Geog. Ztsch.( 1902) 222-27.

S a p p e r, K. D. geogr. Forschg. i. Mlttel-amerika 1. 19. Jhdt. Verb. d. 13 dtschn. geog.( 1902) 285-302.

Sapper, Karl. Mlttelamerlkanlsche reisen und stndlen aus den Jahren 1888 bis 1900, von Dr. Karl Sapper
Braunschweig, F. Vleweg und sohn, 1902. xlll, 426 p. Incl. 111., tab., music, fold, front., pi.
(partly fold.) 4 fold, maps, tab. (partly fold.) 22cm. [L.C. 3-60]

Sapper, K. Mittel amerikan. Landschaft. Geog. ztschr. (1902(489-515. 4Taf.

S e 1 e r, E. Uroprnng d. mittel-amerlkan. Kulturen. Ztsch. d. Ges. f. Erdkuride z. Ber. (1902)537-52.

Wafer, Lionel Winship, G. P., ed. A new voyage and desc. of the Isthmus of America; repr. Cleveland.

O., Burrows, 1902. 80. ill.
CHABOT f ft. 1776). French Canadian officer of British army, Am. Revolution.

Le capltalnc Chabot. Rech Hist 8(1902)280-1.
CHAMBERLAIN, George W (d.1902). Fresb. missionary to Brazil.

L a n e, H. M. George W. Chamberlain. Ass Her 7(1902)365-6.


CKAMPLAIN, Samuel de (1567-1635). French navigator.

Sedgwick, Henry Dwight. Samuel de Chainplaln, by Henry Dwlght Sedgwick, jr. Boston, Houghtou,
1902. 3 p. 1., 126 p., 1 1. front, (port.) 17%cm. (Riverside biographical series, no. 14) [
Hist Pub Canad 7(1902)19-21 "condensed and popular. . .most readable IHtle volume ... fitted ... hero Into
his period with great skill. . .appreciations are remarkably happy... few slips and errors. . .very success-
ful"; Am Hist R 8(1902)168-9( James Bain) "have done well in adding to their excellent collection, a
life of Champlain... interesting but slightly florid style"; Dial 32(1902)151 "of value and interest. . .[a J
good piece... of work." L.C. 2-10027]
CHAMPLAIN Valley. Watershed of Lake Champlain which divides N. Y. from Vt.

Kellogg, David Sherwood. Early mention of some events and places in the valley of Lake Champlain. A
paper read before the Vermont historical society, in the hall of the House of representatives, October
30, 1902. (In Vermont historical society. Proceedings. 1901-1902. [Burlington] 1903. 23cm. p. [51]-
64) [L.C. 3-19763]
CHANDLER family.
Plckford, (Mrs.)A. M. Geneal. of the Chandler family. Dedh Reg 12(1901)101-7,132-5; 13(1902)27-

CHANNING, William Ellery (1780-1842). N. E. Unitarian clergyman, theologian, writer.

Higglnson, Thomas Wentworth. Two New Eng. heretics: Channing and Parker. Ind 54(1902)1234-6.
CHANNING, William Ellery (1818-1901). Boston poet, essayist.

Marble, Annie Russell. The late William Ellery Chanuing. Critic 40(1902)114-5.
S a n b o r n, F. B. Ellery Channing in New Hampshire. Granite M 32(1902)156-64, ill.
Walks with Ellery Channing. Atlan 90(1902)27-34.
CHAPLINE family.
Dare, Mrs. Marie Jane (Liggett). Chaplines from Maryland and Virginia. [Washington, The Franklin

print, 1902] 3 p. 1., 113, xiii p., 1 1. front., facs. 23%. 23%em. [L.C. 2-23425]
CHARITY. The relief of poverty.

Bishop, Samuel H. The new movement in charity. Am J Sociol 7(1901-2)565-610.
B r a c e, C. L. What the cities are doing for the children of the poor. Now Eng M 25(1901-2)63-73.
The charity legislation of 1901-2. Char 9(1902)3-12.
Crawford, V. Some aspects of charity of Canada. Month, Bd. 99.

M U n s t e r b e r g, E. Poor relief in the United States. Am J Sociol 7(1901-2)501-38,659-86.
The national conference. Detroit, May 28-June 3, 1902. Char 9(1902)13-33.
Zimmermann, A. Amerikanische Wohltatigkeitsanstalten. 1902. 30 p [Frankf. Zeitgemasse Brochttren.

N. F. 21, 8].
CHARLES CITY County, Va. Co. in 8.E. of state.

Patents issued during the Regal Government. Charles City Co. Book No. 3. Wm M Q 10(1902)245-

51; 11.88-92.
CHARLES River Valley, Mass. Region of Middlesex Co. drained by Charles river.

Kellogg, Augusta W. The Chariest river valley. New Eng M 26(1902)045-666, ill., port.
CHARLES, S. C. City of Charleston Co. 115 m. N.E. of Savannah.

The old Exchange (note). S C Hist Ma* 3(1902)114-5.
CHARLESTON, S. C., West Indian Exposition, 1902.

B e 1 1 s, Lillian W. Sunny days at the exposition. Outl 71(1902)120-4.
Charleston and her "West Indian Exposition." R of Rs 25(1902)58-61. ill.
K e n n a n, George. The Charleston Exposition. Outl 70(1902)713-8.
S m 1 1 h, T. Cuyler. The Charleston Exposition. Indep 54(1902)142-51, ill., port.
Townsend, James B. A gieat Southern Exposition. Cosmopol 32(1901-2)523-34, ill.
TJ. S. Congress. House. Select committee on industrial arts and expositions. Charleston exposition.
Hearing before the committee, House of representatives. June 11, 1902. [Washington, Gov't print, off.,
1902] 21 p. 23%cm. Caption title. L.C. 3-7474]
CHARLESTOWN, Mass. City of Mass., in 1873 annexed to Boston.

Hersey, Ira C. The Charlcstown mill pond. Reprinted from the New Eng. Historical and Genealogical

Register for July, 1902. Boston, Press of David Clapp & Son, 1902. 8vo. pp. 8.

Sawyer, Timothy T. Old Charlestown; historical, biographical, reminiscent. Boston, J.H.West company,
1902. 527 p. front, (port.) 20%cm. [First pub. The Charlestown enterprise, 1888-1902. :Dial
33(1902)336 "history. . .biographies. . .all summed up gracefully and entertainingly. . .wealth of lively
reminiscences"; N. B. Reg 57(1903)123(F.W.Parke) "admirably written. . .valuable. . .well Indexed."
L.C. 2-20016]

CHASE, Salmond Portland (1808-72). O. Chief Justice U. S. Supreme Court.
J o n e s, F. R. Salmond Portland Chase, with portrait. Green Bag 14(1902)155(Ap).


CHASSEUR, Pierre (d.1842). Quebec naturalist and founder of museum.

T S t u, Mgr. Henri. Le musee Chasseur Quebec. Rech Hist 8(1902)251-2.
CHATELETS, Noel Juchereau, Sieur des (d.lG48). French Canadian colonist.
I g n o t u s, Noel Juchereau, sieur des Chatelets. Reoh Hist 8\ 1902)86-9.
CHATHAM, Mass. Village of Barnstable Co. 20 m. E. of Barnstable.

B o w m a u, George Ernest.Trause. by. Chatham, Mass.. vital records. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)182-5,198-202.
CHATTANOOGA (Tenn.). Civil War campaign, 1863.

U. S. Chicamauga and Chattanooga national park commission. ...The campaign for Chattanooga. His-
torical sketch descriptive of the model !r. relief, of the region about Chattanooga, and of the battles
illustrated thereon. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. 47 p. map. 26cm. [L.C. 2-24667]
CHAUNCEY, Elihn (fl.1824).

Chauncey, Elihu. [Letter] to A. Dickens [1824]. Bust Bull 7(1902)181.
CHAUSSEGROS DE LERY, Louis Rene (b.!7C2). Canadian officer.

L'honorable Louis- Reng Chaussegros de Lory. Rech Hist 8(1902)158-9.
CHAUTAUQUA. Summer and correspondence school on Lake Chautnuqua, N. Y., founded 1874.

Evolution of ChautaiiQiia. Chaut 35(1902)349-53.
CHELAN Lake. Wash, lake among Cascade Mts.

L y m a n , William D. The i.ninted rocks of Lake Chelan. Am Antiq Sot- N t> 15 II '02(1903)259-61.
CHELMSFORD, England. Town of Essex Co. 29 m. E.N.E. of London.

Adams, Oscar Fay. Our English parent towns. Chelinsford. N E Reg ? 6(1902) 375-9, ill.
CHEROKEE Indians. Tribe of Maskoki stock of S. Eastern IT. 8., now in Ind. Ter.
'Cherokee Advocate" suspended. Gulf Mag 1(1902)58.
R a m a g e, B. J. Georgia and the Cherokees. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)190-208.
CHEROKEE War. A war between British and Cherokee Indians of Tenn., 1760-61.

Officers of the S. C. regiment in the Cherokee War, 1760-61. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)202-6.
CHESNEY, Pharaoh Jackson (b.1781). Tenn. pioneer.

Webster, J(ohn) C(oram). Last of the ploneors; or, Old times in oast Tenn.; being the life and reminis-
cences of Pharaoh Jackson Cbesney (aged 120 years)... [Knoxville, Tenn., S.B. Newman & co>., print-
ers] 1902. 129 p., pi., port. 18cm. [L.C. 2-20247]
CHESTER, Fa. A city of Delaware Co. 14 m. N.E. of Wilmington, Del.

Papists at Chester, Pa., one hundred and sixty years ago. Quakers engage "A rigid violent Papist"

as school-master. Am Cath Res 19(1902)31-3.
CHESTERFIELD, N. H. Township of Maoomb Co.

Sinr.ett, Charles N. Sketch of Chesterfield, N. H. "Township no. oue." and history of the Congregational
church from 1770 to 1900. Haverhill, Mass., C.C.Morse & son, 1902. 1 p., 1., 14 p. 23% cm. [L.C.
CHEVERUS, John (fl.1801). Mass. Catholic priest.

Religious oppression in Massachusetts. Triul ut Rev. John Cheverus. . .and of Mr. Kavauagh...

Am Cath Res 10(1902)120-5.

The Roman Catholic manual. Am Cath Res 19(1902)179.
CHEYENNE Indians. A tribe of Algonquian stock in western U. 8.

G r i n n e 1 1, G. B. Woman customs of Cheyenne Indians. Am Anthrop 4(1902) 13(Ja).
CHEYENNE, Wyoming. Town of Laramie Co. 106 m. N. of Denver.

The Carnegie public library of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Lib J 27(1902)327.
CHIAPAS. State of southern Mexico.

R u n d a 1 1. W. H. Tabasco and Chianas; two little-known states of South Mexico. Chamb J 79(1902)

CHICAGO, 111. City, metropolis of the West, on Lake Michigan.

B u s h u e 1 1, Charles J. Some social aspects of the Chicago Stock Yards. Am J Sociol 7(1901-2)145-70,

289-330,687-702, ill., map.
Chicago und sein Deutscthum. Cleveland, O., German- American Pub. Co., 1901-2. ill. Rev.ln.-Deutsch.

Am. 2.4(1902)63.

Chicago's awakening. Outl 70(1902)900-1.

Flower, Elliott. Chicago's great river-harbor. Cent 63(1901-2)483-92, ill.

Gale, Edwin 0[scar]. Reminiscences of early Chicago and vicinity; illustrated by W.E.S.Trowb ridge.
Chicago, London [etc.] F.H.Revell company, 1902. 1 p., 1., 452 p. front., pi., port., map. 21%cm.
[ 76(1903)199 "reminiscences wero corrected and completed by research ... [and] corre-
spondence ... no man. . .bettor fitted. . .countless minutiae, particularly date* and names. . .index. . .handy
for ready reference." L.C. 2-24485]


Industrial art league, Chicago, 1902. Craftsman 3(1902)121(N).

M 1 1 1 1 s, H. A. Election of 1902, Chicago. Ann Am Acad Pol Scl 19(1902)485(My).

Millia, H. A. Present street railway situation in Chicago. (Pub. of the soc. no. 352.) Phil. Am. Acad.
Pol. Sci 1902.

S i k e s, George C. The Chicago labor troubles and their settlement. Outl 71(1902)449-50.

Sparling, Samuel B. Chicago's voters' league. Outl 71(1902)495-8.

A symposium on taxation. Open Court 16(1902)184-91.
CHICAGO University. Founded in 1891 by John D. Rockefeller.

Coeducation at the University of Chicago. Nation 75(1902)147-8.

Vincent, George E. The University of Chicago. Outl 71(1902)839-51, ill., port.
CHICKAMAUGA (Ga.). Civil War battle, Sept. 19-20, 1863.

Battle of Chickamauga. South Hist Soc Pap 30(1902)178-88.

[Cunningham, W. H.] Confederate soldier. A history of the battle of Chickamauga, September 19th and
20th, 1863. [Evergreen, Ala., Press of the Orphan's cull, 1902?] 11 p. 15cm. [A letter written by

Online LibraryErnest Cushing RichardsonWritings on American history, 1902 : an attempt at an exhaustive bibliography of books and articles on United States history published during the year 1902 and some memoranda on other portions of America → online text (page 9 of 54)