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Membership.
Mrs. Theodore Coles Miss Georgia Bull Miss Lily Higinbotham
Mrs. Kate A. Brown M. Eugene Barlow

Rooms and Properties.
Norman L. Cramer Miss Louise Higinbotham

Miss Nellie Vrooman
MEETINGS, 1910.
February 16, April 20, June 29, October 19, November 16.
ADDRESSES, 1910.
"The Barge Canal," by N. E. Whitford, of the State Engineering Depart-
ment.
"Robert E. Lee," by Hon. C A. Hitchcock.

"In the Light of History," by Professor John Green, of Colgate Univer-
sity.
"Early History of Wampsville and Its Surroundings," by Ex-Judge Jos-
eph Beal.



CLOSER RELATIONS. 479

"The New State School of Agriculture," by J. A. Johnson.
"The Twelfth Annual Meeting of the New York State Historical Associa-
tion, October 4-6, at Lake Champlain," by Mrs. Theodore Coles.
"Rome and the Mohawk Valley," by Hon. Eugene Rowland.

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
None issued.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Incorporated, May 10, 1904.
Annual Meeting, Second Wednesday in June.
OFFICERS, 1910.
President — Robert M. Hartley.
First Vice-President — William J. Kline.
Second Vice-President — John K. Warnick.
Third Vice-President — C. F. Van Home.
Secretary — Charles E. French.
Corresponding Secretary — W. Max Reid,

Post Office Address, Amsterdam, New York.
Treasurer — Edward O. Bartlett.
Historian — Charles F. McClumpha.
Curator and Librarian — W. Max Reid.
Custodian — Alpha Childs.

COMMITTEES, 1910.

Executive.

Robert M. Hartley Charles E. French John K. Warnick

William J. Kline Charles Stover, M. D.

Literary.

vv''. Max Reid Mrs. Fred R. Greene Charles F. McClumpha

Museum.

W. Max Reid Mrs. Fred R. Greene Fred R. Greene

Mrs. W. G. Waldron

E. Corning Davis Mrs. Frazier Whitcomb

Archaelogical.

W. Max Reid Robert H. Hartley S. L. Frey C. F. Van Home

D. S. Bussing G. Van Hartley

MEETINGS, 1910.
June 8, October 28.

ADDRESSES, 1910.
"Local Historical Societies in Their Relation to History and Patriotism,"

by Victor Hugo Paltsits.
"Kateri Tekakwitha," by W. Max Reid.
"Pottery Hill," by Robert M. Hartley.
"Garoga," by S. L. Frey.
"Canawaroda," by W. Max Reid.

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
None issued.



480 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.

MORRIS MEMORIAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Organized, January 10, 1911.

OFFICERS, 1910.
President — Frank H. Wood.
Vice-President — John C. Carpenter.
Secretary — Earl W. Fellows,

Post Office Address, Chatham, New York.
Treasurer — Samuel Kaufman.

COMMITTEES, 1910.
On Program.
Prank H. Wood R. L. Ross H. A. Humphrey

THE ONONDAGA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.
Incorporated, April 29, 1863.
Annual Meeting, Second Friday in January.
OFFICERS, 1910.
President — A. Judd Northrup.

Vice-Presidents — Salem Hyde, Dr. William M. Beauchamp.
Recording Secretary — Franklin H. Chase,

Post Office Address, Syracuse, New York.
Corresponding Secretary — William Eames.
Treasurer — Charles W. Snow.
Librarian — Mrs. L. L. Goodrich.

COMMITTEES, 1910.
Executive.
A. Judd Northrup Franklin H. Chase Salem Hyde

C. W. Snow E. A. Powell

Lectures and Historical Meetings.
George G. Fryer Miss Florence M. Keene Mrs. M. W. Chase
Ways and Means.
Hon. Charles Andrews Hon. Theodore E. Hancock

Clinton T. Rose Hon. Charles L. Stone

A. Judd Northrup
Local History.
Rev. Dr. William M. Beauchamp Mrs. Mary T. Leavenworth

Miss Frances P. Gifford Mrs. Sarah Sumner Teall

MEETINGS, 1910.
February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 4; Pioneer Day, cele-
brated at Frenchman's Island, November 11, December 9.
ADDRESSES, 1910.
"West Indies," by Irving A. Savage.
"Army Life on the Plains and Warfare With the Western Indians," by

Gen. S. S. Sumner.
"The Diamond: Birthstone of April,' by Professor Philip F. Schneider.
"Onondaga Cemeteries and Revolutionary Soldiers," by Dr. W. M. Beau-
champ.



CLOSER RELATIONS. 481

"Scandinavia, Land of Midnight Sun," by E. P. Bates.
"The Handsome Lake Doctrine and Customs of the Iroquois," by Jairus
Pierce,

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
None issued.

PUTNAM COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Incorporated, September 3, 1908.
Annual Meeting, First Saturday in June.

OFFICERS, 1910.
President — Gouvemeur Kemble.
First Vice-President — Stuyvesant Fish.
Second Vice-President — Mrs. Daniel Butterfield.
Recording Secretary — Miss Mary H. Haldane,

Post Office Address, Kingston, New York.
Corresponding Secretary — Joseph A. Greene.
Treasurer — Otis Montrose.
Librarian — Mrs. Richard Giles.

DIRECTORS, 1910.

Gouverneur Paulding A. Augustus Healey William H. Haldane

Rev. Elbert Floyd Jones Hon. William Wood.

COMMITTEES, 1910.

Executive.

Rev. Elbert Floyd Jones Mrs. Louis Fitzgerald

Mrs. Henry C. Baxter

Mrs. Cornelia Reilly Miss Katherine O. Paulding

On Restoration of Mile Stones on Post Road.

Rev. Elbert Floyd Jones Mrs. Richard Giles Charles Griffin

Tablet.

Rev. Elbert Floyd Jones Mrs. Coryell Clark

On Prize Essays.

Captain Henry Metcalfe Rev. Elbert Floyd Jones

The subject of the biographical sketch for 1910, competed for by

the school children of Putnam County, was Hon. Gouverneur Kemble,

Founder of the West Point Foundry.

MEETINGS, 1910.
July 16.

ADDRESSES, 1910.
"Those Who Made the Guns in the Civil War at the West Point Foun-
dry, the Committee of Safety, and the Women's Central Relief Com-
mittee," by Stuyvesant Fish.

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
Calendar, Putnam County Historical Society.
A List of the Local Veterans of the Civil War.



482 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.

SCHENECTADY COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Incorporated, June 30, 1905.

Annual Meeting, First Tuesday in June.

OFFICERS, 1910.
President — Henry G. Reist.
First Vice-President — Gen. Charles L. Davis.
Second Vice-President — Dr. Charles C. Duryee.
Third Vice-President — Charles P. Sanders.
Treasurer — Rev. Egbert C. Lawrence.
Secretary — DeLancey W. Watkins,

Post Office Address, Schenectady, New York.
TRUSTEES, 1910.
Alonzo P. Strong Prank S. Hoffman

Benjamin H. Ripton Henry G. Reist

Allen W. Johnston Charles P. Sanders

J. W. Smitley Percy Van Epps

Martin P. Swart Jay A. Rickard

George W. Featherstonhaugh Gen. Charles L. Davis

William T. B. Mynderse Frank Van der Bogert, M. D.

DeLancey W. Watkins Langdon Gibson

James R. Truax Dr. Charles F. Clowe

M. F. Westover Dr. C. C. Duryee

Hanford Robison Hon. Jacob W. Clute

William A. Wick Gerardus Smith

Rev. E. C. Lawrence
MEETINGS, 1910.
December 15.

ADDRESSES, 1910.
"The History and Names of Schenectady Streets," by Hon. Jacob W.
Clute.

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
None issued.

THE SCHOHARIE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Incorporated, March 4, 1889.

Annual Meeting, Second Tuesday in January.

OFFICERS, 1910.
President— Charles M. Throop.
First Vice-President— Solomon Sias.
Second Vice-President— Rev. Frank Walford.
Secretary— Henry F. Kingsley, M. D.,

Post Office Address, Schoharie, New York.
Treasurer — Frank K. Grant.
Curator — Henry Cady.



CLOSER RELATIONS. 483

COMMITTEES, 1910.

Addresses.

Solomon Sias Henry F. Kingsley, M. D. Charles E. Nichols

Membership.

Frank K. Grant Henry Cady S. A. Scranton

Biography.

William E. Roscoe George L. Danforth Chauncey Rickard

Publications.

Solomon Sias W. E. Bassler A. D. Mead

Finance.

Henry Livingstone Robert A. Dewey Arthur H. Woods

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
None issued.

SENECA FALLS HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Incorporated, June 27, 1904.
Annual Meeting, Third Monday in October.
OFFICERS, 1910.
President — Harrison Chamberlain.
Vice-President — Miss Belle Teller.
Secretary — Miss Emma Maier,

Post Office Address, Seneca Falls, New York.
Treasurer — Wilmot P. Elwell.
Librarian — Miss Janet McKay Cowing.
COMMITTEES. 1910.
Program.
Mrs. S. A. Wetmore, Chairman
Rev. P. E. Smith Prof. W. H. Beach Rev. W. P. Schell

H. A. Carmer Miss Anna Henion

Membership.
Rev. W. B. Clarke, Chairman
Miss Belle Teller Prof. W. H. Beach Rev. W. P. Schell

W. P. Elwell E. W. Medden Miss Janet Cowing

Harrison Chamberlain H. A. Carmer

MEETINGS, 1910.
April, May, October, November, December.

PAPERS AND ADDRESSES, 1910.
'The Situation in Nicaragua," by H. A. Carmer.
'The Laymen's Missionary Movement," by Rev. W. B. Clark.
'The Ancestry of B. F. Beach," by W. H. Beach.
'Roosevelt and the Vatican Incident," by Rev. John Nichols.



484 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.

"Life of Halley," by Harrison Cliamberlain.

"Recollections of Seneca Falls in 1865," by Stephen Monroe.

"The Conservation of Natural Resources," by Rev. Pulaski E. Smith.

"The Early Milliners of Seneca Falls," by Miss Janet Cowing.

"A Trip to Mexico," by Mrs. C. H. Williams.

"New Additions to the Hall of Fame," by Miss Emma Maier.

"Sketch of Jacob Crowninshield, Sr.," by Miss Anna Henion.

"Seneca County in the War of 1812," by Rev. Pulaski E. Smith.

"European Republics," by Miss Blanche R. Daniels.

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
None issued.

THE SUFFOLK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Incorporated, February 18, 1892.
Annual Meeting, Third Tuesday in February.
OFFICERS, 1910.
President — Augustus Floyd.

First Vice-President — Rev. Epher Whitaker, D. D.
Second Vice-President — George F. Stackpole.
Corresponding Secretary — Elihu S. Miller,

Post Office Address, Wading River, New York.
Recording Secretary — Miss Ruth H. Tuthill.
Treasurer — Timothy M. Griffing.
Curator— Rev. William I. Chalmers.

PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
Year Book of the Society, 1909, 6i4x9%, 30 pp.

TICONDEROGA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Incorporated, September 9, 1908.
Annual Meeting, Last Monday in August.

OFFICERS 1910. /

President, Dr. William A. E. Cummings.
First Vice President, David Williams.
Second Vice President, Thomas E. Warren.
Secretary, Joseph Thurlow Weed.
Treasurer, Mortimer Yale Ferris.

COMMITTEES 1910

Publication

David Williams Horace A. Moses Mrs. Georgiana H. Cook

Mrs. Mary Downs Mrs. Alice W. Bascom Frank B. Wickes

Rev. Loyal L. Bigelow

Original Research and Location of Historic Spots

Hon. Clayton H. De Lano Hon. Frank C Hooper

Herbert D. Hoffnagle Dr. John P. H. Cummins L. De Forest Cone

Mortimer Yale Ferris Walter W. Richards Richard P. Downs

Myron J. Wilcox



CLOSER RELATIONS. 485

Marking Historic Spots and IVIonuments

Hon John E. Milholland Harrison B. Moore Frank L. Brust

Alfred C. Bossom William I. Higgins Dr. M. H. Turner

Irving C. Newton

MEETINGS 1910
February 12, March 30, August 29, October 4.

ADDRESSES 1910
"Lincoln, the Mountaineer," by Rev. John M. Thomas, D.D.
"Functions of Local Historical Societies and Their Relations to Patriot-
ism," by Victor Hugo Paltsits, State Historian.
PUBLICATIONS 1910
"The Freedom of the Old Fortress to the Members of the New York

State Historical Association."
"A Memorial Tablet at Ticonderoga — the Landing on the Grande Por-
tage."

THE YONKERS HISTORICAL AND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.

Incorporated, February 15, 1892.
Annual Meeting, Third Tuesday in January.
OFFICERS, 1910.
President — Hon. Stephen H. Thayer.
First Vice-President — Hon. T. Astley Atkins.
Second Vice-President — Max Cohen.
Treasurer — William Shrive.
Recording Secretary — Hon. George N. Rigby.
Corresponding Secretary — DeWitt C. Stevens.
Librarian and Curator — Galusha B. Balch, M. D.
PUBLICATIONS, 1910.
None issued.

THE CHAPPAQUA HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Not Incorporated.
Organized, September 15, 1910.
Annual Meeting, February 3 of each year.

The object of this Society is to foster and perpetuate all historic
data and reminiscences in connection with Westchester County and
especially of Chappaqua; the preservation of historical papers and docu-
ments relating to those subjects and particularly to Horace Greeley; the
erection of historical tablets; and other objects common with societies
of this character.

OFFICERS 1910
President, John I. D. Bristol.
Vice-President, Victor Guinzburg.
Treasurer, Jacob Erlich.
Secretary, Edwin Bedell.



486 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.

COMMITTEES 1910

On Horace Greeley Memorial

John I. D. Bristol Victor Guinzburg Jacob Erlich

Edwin Bedell Morgan Cowperthwaite George Hunt

Wilbur Hyatt George D. Mackay John McKesson, Jr.

Hiram E. Manville A. H, Smith L. O. Thompson Albert Turner

PUBLICATIONS 1910.
"Sketch of the Life of Horace Greeley," by Jacob Erlich, 8x11, 22 pp.
"The Centenary of Horace Greeley," by John I. D. Bristol, 5x8 1^, 18 pp.



REPORT OF LIBRARIAN FOR 1910



To the Members of the New York State Historical Association: —

During the year there have been received by the Association —
books, monographs, and publications in accordance with the following

list.

The library of the Association is of so new a creation, and its
elevation to a partial position of dignity, from a heterogeneous mass of
books and pamphlets, of so recent date, that our contributors have not
sent their gifts or publications to the right address always, and in this
way, while we intended to give the proper credit in all cases, should
anyone have been overlooked, and any book or donation not have been
listed, we would be glad to receive the correction, and properly acknowl-
edge the gift.

One of the most important and helpful adjucts of an historical asso-
ciation or society is its library. It takes years of hard work and a deal
of money however to accumulate a suitable collection of books. As
explained in our last volume of transactions, this Association can only
hope to get the nucleus of a good library through the gifts and dona-
tions of its members. We therefore urge on each member of the Asso-
ciation to send us first copies of their own literary works, if they have
published any such; second — any extra copies they may have of books
or monographs relating to the history of this or those adjacent states,
whose story is linked with ours; third — any old prints of characters or
persons who have had to do the making of our commonwealth, or any
maps of the territory in which we are interested; fourth — old diaries,
old mss., or journals, or copies of the same, that the Association may
carry out one of the most important purposes for which it was founded —
"To gather books, manuscripts, pictures and relics relating to the early
history of the State," and "to disseminate a greater knowledge of the
early history of the State, by means of * * * the publication * * *
of literature on historical subjects."

A number of donations were made the present year, but it is to be
hoped that each member will make him or herself a committee of one
to see that the Association library for the year 1911 is made worthy
of the name, to the end that it shall become as valuable from its works
of reference, as some of its older, more powerful and better known sis-
ter societies in other states.

The Poet at the Breakfast Table said "Every library should try to be
complete on something, if it were only the history of pinheads."

Let us see if we can not make our library the last word on the his-
orty of our own great and mighty Empire State.

J. A. HOLDEN,

Librarian.

Glen.* Falls, N. Y., Oct. 31st, 1910.



488 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCL\TION.

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED- 1910.

American A^itiquarian Society, 'Worcester, itfa^ss.— Proceedings for
Oct. 20, 1909, Vol. XX (n. s.). Parts I-II.

American Scenic amd Historic Preservatio^i Society, Tribune
Bldg., New York.— An Appeal for the Preservation of City-
Hall Park, New York, with a Brief History of Park.

Id. 15th Annual Report— 1910.

AlboMy Institute, Albany, N. Y.— Transactions, Vols. IX-X-XI-
XIL

Allen Arnold, Boston, itfa^s.— Monograph Fort Jefferson and Its
Commander, 1861, (Genl. Lewis E. Arnold).

The Boston Book Co., Boston, Mais.— Bulletin of Bibliography,
Magazine Subjects, Index for 1909.

Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, N. Y.— Rough List of Mss.,
1910.

Conn. D. A. R., Norwich, Conn.— Ye&r Book for 1910-11.

Conn. Hist. Society.— Anmial report for 1910.

Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, 7ZZ.— Annual Report, with a
separate monograph, A Study of the Hudson Bay Company
(The Masters of the Wilderness) . Pub. by Society, 1909.

Rev. Henry M. Cox., New YorA;.— History Reformed Church of
Herkimer, N. Y.

H. B. Carrington, Hyde Park, Jl/as^.— Historical Record, Vol.
VII, 1909.

D. A. R. {National Society), Washington, D. C— Lineage Books,
Vols. XXIV-XXV, 1898.

Essex histitute, Salem, Mass.— Historical Collections for Jany-
Apl.-July and Oct., Vol. XLVI, 1910.

The Genealogical Exchange, Buffalo, N. Y.— Vols. I to VI from
May, 1904, to Feby., 1910, also Nos. for Mch., Apr., May,
June, July, Aug., Sept., Oct., 1910.

Chas. P. Hall, Binghamton, N. Y.— Life and Letters of Genl. Sam-
uel Holden Parsons, 1906.

Capt. W. H. Howard, Newark, N. /.—Monograph Lincoln and
Sickles.

Iowa State Histoncal Society.— History Labor Legislation in Iowa,
1910; Territorial Governors of the Old North West; Iowa
Journal of History and Politics, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., 1910.



REPORT OF LIBRARIAN. 489

Iowa Historical Depf.— Annals of Iowa; Jany., Apl., 1910, Vol.
IX, Nos. 4-5.

Journal of American History, New York.—Yo\. IV, Nos. 1, 3.

Journal of American History .—Com^\e,te in four parts, for the
years 1908 and 1909, Vols II and III. New Haven, 1908-09.
Deposited by Fred B. Richards.

John 8. Hopkins University Studies, Baltimore, Md.— England and
the French Revolution, 1789-1797, by Wm. Thomas Laprade,
Ph. D., 1909; No. 2 Series XXVIII— Trades Union Labels,
1910; No. 1, Series XXVIII— History of Reconstruction in
Louisiana, by John Ross Franklin, 1910.

H. T. Kingsley, Schoharie, N. Y.— "Condensed History of Old
Stone Fort."

Library of Congress.— Want Lists, 1909-10; Report of Librarian
and Supt. Buildings, with 4 Circulars, etc., 1909 ; Preliminary
List of Subject Sub-divisions; Monthly List of State Pub-
lications,

Mrs. Annette Wells Lamb, Port Henry, N. Y.— Fort Frederick and
Crown Point. D. A. R. monograph.

Louisiana State Museum. — History Dept., Historical Program and
Itinerary of a Ride Through the Vieux Carre', occasion visit
to New Orleans of President Taft, Oct. 31st, 1909. Address
of Prof. Alcee Fortier On the Ride Through Historic New
Orleans, Delivered at Jackson Barracks Oct. 31st, 1909, paper
n. d., n. p.

Missouri State Histot^ical Society.— Yol. TV, No. 2, Jany. ; No. 3,
Apl. ; No. 4, July.

Magazine of American History, Fortchester, N. Y.— Dec, 1909 ;
Jany to Oct., 1910.

New York City, History 67 j< 6.— Historical Guide to the City of
New York, 1910.

New England Society in New Yo /'A;,— Celebration 104th Anniver-
sary, Dec. 22, 1909.

New England Society of Vineland. N. /.—Constitution, also Mono-
graph The Tea Burners of Cumberland Co., Dec. 22, 1774,
By Frank D. Andrews, 1908.

Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society.— Qnaxterly for Oct.-
Dec., 1909; June-Mar., Apl.-June, 1910, Vols. IV and V,
Nos. 3 and 4; 1 and 2.



490 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.

Ohio State Archeological and Historical Society, Columbus.—
Quarterly for 1910 ; Nos. 1-2-3-4.

Hon. Howland Pell, New TorA;. — Day's Miniature Almanac, 1822;
Hutchens' New York Almanac, 1824.

Pennsylvania Society in New Yo/vc.— Year Book for 1910.

Rhode Island Historical /Socte^t/.— Proceedings for 1906-07;
1907-08.

Mrs. Caroline H. Boyce, Astor Library, New YorA;.— History Bess-
port (Westport) New York; also Monograph The First Cen-
tury of Lake Champlain.

H. C. Smith, Lamoni, 0/iio.— Journal of History, Vol. Ill, Nos.
2-3-4, 1910.

History Church of Jesus Christ, L. D. S., 4 Vols., 1908.

Salem, N. Y.— Report of Bancroft Library, January 15, 1910.

Sons of Revolution, New York City.— He-port of Board of Mana-
gers for 1909.

Scrihner Sons, New YorA;.— Intimate Life of Alexander Hamil-
ton, by Allen McLane Hamilton, 1910.

Suffolk County, New YorA;.— History of Society, 1910.

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C— Vasa Fox Collection
of Russian Souvenirs in U. S. National Museum.

W. Straley, Nelson, iVe&.— Archaic Gleanings, a Study of Archaeo-
logy in Nuckolls County, Nebraska.

TJnivei'sity of California, Berkeley, OoZ.— Bulletin No. 3, Ex-
changes, 1910; Vol. I, No. 6, Diary of Patrick Breen; No. 7,
Papers San Francisco Vigilance Committee ; No. 8, 3rd Series,
Vol. III. Edited by Van Hemert-Engert and Teggert, Mar,,
1810.

War Department, Washington, D. C— Gettysburgh Nat'l Military
Park Commission; 1909-10.

West Point Military AcacZe wi/. — Centennial History (2 Vols)

Vermo7it State Library.- J o\irnal& House and Senate State of Ver-
mont, Session (2 Vols.), St. Albans, Vt., 1908.

Vermo7it Historical Society.— Froeeedings. Oct.-Nov., 1898 (E.
AUen), Oct.-Nov., 1899-1900; 3908-09.

D. H. Van Hoosear.— History of Van Hoosear Family, Norwalk,
Conn, 1902.

Vineland, N. J., Historical and Antig Society.— Ammal Report
for Year ending Oct. 12, 1909. Also Memo. Journal from
Hartford to Niagara Falls, 1828. Vineland, N. J., 1909.



REPORT OP LIBRARIAN. 491

Wiscmisin State Historical Society.— Frocoedings for 1909. Madi-
son, Wis., 1909.

Fred B. Riclmrds, Glens Falls, N. Y.— Journal of American His-
toiy for years 1908-09, Vols. II and III, New Haven, 1908-09.

The International Genealogical Directory. — 1907.

Extracts from the Jourtml of Rev. John Graham, Chaplain of the
First Connecticut Regiment, Colonel Lyman. Havana Expe-
dition, 1762.

Annual Report of the National Association of Auduhon Societies
for 1909.

Proceedmgs of the Vermont Historical Society, 1903-1904.— With
Revised Constitution, List of Members, Reports, Papers, and
List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Buried in Vermont, and Revo-
lutionary Pensioners. President's Address, "Recovery of the
Jones Fay Records." Paper, "Commodore Thomas Mac-
donough," Hon. Charles B. Darling. Paper, "Revolutionary
Soldiers Buried in Vermont, and Incidents Concerning Some
of Vermont's Revolutionary Heroes," Walter B. Crockett.

Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society for the years 1908-
1909.

The Young Man as a Patriot.— Uesid December 16th, 1907. Writ-
ten by Major A. F. Gault for the Young Men's Association
of Trinity Church, Montreal, P. Q.

Bureau of the American Republics, Washingto7i U. S. ^.—Joseph
P. Smith, Director, Hawaii. Handbook No. 85, August, 1897.

Sons of the Revolution.— New York Society, 1896.

Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York. — Reports of
Board of Managers, Treasurer and Historian. Fraunces Tav-
ern, New York, December 4, 1908.

Sons of the Revolutimi, 1776-1883.— General Society of the Revo-
lution, 1908.

Inauguration of the President.— iJnion College Bulletin, Com-
mencement Number, August, 1909. Vol II, No. 4.

Union College Bidletin.—Yol. I, August, 1908. No. 4, Commence-
ment Number, 1907-1908.

Union College Bidletin.-Yol. II, May, 1909, No. 3. Alumni Num-
ber, 1908-1909.

Union College Bidleti/n.—Yol. II, February, 1909. No. 2. Report
Number, 1908-1909.



492 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.

Bulletin of Brown University, The Catalogue.— 1909-1910. Vol.

VI, December, 1909. No. 5.
A Tercentenary Publication, 1909.— The Centennial of Ticondero-

ga, 1764, July TWenty-fifth, 1864. A Reprint from the Essex

County Republican, August 18, 1864. Published by the Ti-

conderoga Historical Society.
Path of the Earth and Moon in the Plane of the Ecliptic.— Paper

by Verplank Colvin. Read before the Albany Institute, Dec.

11, 1894.
Adjutant General's Report. —Yo\s. I-II-III. 1868.



MEETING OF TRUSTEES
JANUARY 31, 1911



Mid-winter meeting of the trustees of the New York State His-
torical Association, held at Hotel Ten Eyck, Albany, N, Y., 11:30
A. M., January 31, 1911.

Present— Hon. James A. Roberts, New York; Jacques W. Red-
way, Mt. Vernon; Hon. Grenville M. Ingalsbe, Hudson Falls;
William Wait, Kinderhook ; James A. Holden, Glens Falls ; George
K. Hawkins, Plattsburg; Hon. Charles F. Cantine, Kingston; Dr.
Sherman Williams, Glens Falls; Dr. Joseph E. King, Fort Edward;
Dr. William 0. Stillman, Albany ; Dr. W. A. E. Cummings, Ticon-
deroga; Hon. Andrew S. Draper, Albany; Hon. Thos. E. Finegan,
Albany; Miss Mary H. Haldane, King-ston; Frederick B. Richards,
Glens Falls.

Upon motion it was resolved that the minutes of the previous
meeting be adopted without reading.

James A. Holden, Treasurer, reported as follows:
To the Trustees of the New York State Historical Association :

Gentlemen: —

The report of your treasurer at this time will be of an informal
nature :

Would report that I have paid on account of printing 1909
Proceedings $450.00, wliich leaves a balance due the Glens Falls



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