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This book is due on the last date stamped
below unless recalled sooner. It may be
renewed only once and must be brought to
the North Carolina Collection for renewal.

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Form No. A -369

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From July 1, 1926 to June 30, 1928


of the




From July 1, 1926 to June 30, 1928


Librarian Carrie L. Broughton

Chief Assistant Pauline Hill

Senior Assistant Mrs. Aline Weathers Fleming

Senior Library Aid Margaret Birdsong




To the Hon. Angus Wilton McLean, Governor; Hon. J. A. Hartness,
Secretary of State, and Mr. A. T. Allen, Superintendent of Public In-
struction, as Trustees of the State Library.

Gentlemen : I take pleasure in submitting to your honorable body, for
due consideration, the biennial report of the State Librarian of the State
Library of North Carolina, for a period covering twenty-four months from
July 1, 1926-June 30, 1928.

ADDITIONS, 1926-1928


By purchase 1,394

By gift 190

U. S. Government 273

Received from other states 200

Bound newspapers 269

Bound magazines 260

Total 2,586

Number of volumes in general library 42,500

Number of volumes in governments 7,794

Number of volumes of bound newspapers 5,237

Number of volumes of bound magazines 5,140

For lists of newspapers received at State Library see Appendix A.

For lists of magazines received, see Appendix B.

For additional Bibliography of North Carolina literature con-
tinued from previous reports see Appendix C.

For Bibliography of Genealogical material in State Library see
Appendix C.

Respectfully submitted,

Carrie L. Broughton,

State Librarian.

Biennial Report of the



(Abbreviations: d., daily; sw., semi-weekly; m., monthly; bm., bi-monthly;
tri-w., tri-weekly)

Albemarle - Stanly News Herald, w.

Asheville Asheville Citizen, d.

Asheville Asheville Times, d.

Asheville Blue Ridge Republican, w.

Beaufort Beaufort News, w.

Benson Benson Review, w.

Boone Watauga Democrat, w.

Carthage Moore County News, w.

Chapel Hill Chapel Hill Weekly, w.

Chapel Hill News Letter, w.

Charlotte Charlotte News, d.

Charlotte Charlotte Observer, d.

Charlotte - Presbyterian Standard, w.

Clinton Sampson Independent, w.

Concord Concord Daily Tribune, d.

Concord Concord Times, sw.

Conover - Our Church Record, tri-m.

Cullowhee - Cullowhee Yodel.

Danbury Danbury Reporter, w.

Elizabeth City .Daily Advance, d.

Elizabeth City Independent, w.

Fayetteville - Fayetteville Observer, d.

Forest City Forest City Courier, w.

Greensboro Friends Messenger, m.

Greensboro — - Greensboro Daily News, d.

Greensboro Greensboro Daily Record, d.

Greensboro Greensboro Patriot, sw.

Greensboro N. C. Christian Advocate, w.

Greenville Greenville Daily Reflector, d.

Hendersonville Hendersonville Times, d.

Hickory Hickory Daily Record, d.

Hillsboro Orange County Enterprise, w.

Lenoir Lenoir News-Topic, sw.

Lexington Dispatch, sw.

Lincolnton Lincoln County News, sw.

Louisburg Franklin Times, w.

Lumberton Robesonian, sw.

Marshall News Record, w.

Mocksville Davie Record, w.

Monroe - Monroe Journal, sw.

Mooresville Mooresville Enterprise, w.

State Library

Morganton Deaf Carolinian, w.

Morganton News Herald, w.

Nashville Graphic, w.

Newbern The New Bernian, d.

Newbern The Sun Journal, d.

Newton Catawba News Enterprise, sw.

Norlina Norlina Headlight, w.

North Wilkesboro Wilkes Journal, w.

Oxford Oxford Public Ledger, tri-w.

Oxford Orphans' Friend, w.

Pittsboro Chatham Record, w.

Raleigh Biblical Recorder, w.

Raleigh News and Observer, d.

Raleigh North Carolina Odd Fellow, m.

Raleigh Progressive Farmer, w.

Raleigh Raleigh Times, d.

Raleigh Union Herald, w.

Reidsville - Reidsville Review, tri-w.

Rich Square Roanoke-Chowan Times, w.

Sanatorium Sanatorium Sun, m.

Scotland Neck Commonwealth, d.

Shelby Cleveland Star, tri-w.

Siler City Chatham News, w.

Smithfield Smithfield Herald, sw.

Statesville Landmark, sw.

Sylva Jackson County Journal, w.

Tarboro Daily Southerner, d.

Tarboro Weekly Southerner, w.

Thomasville Charity and Children, w.

Wadesboro - Messenger and Intelligencer, w.

Warrenton Warren Record, w.

Williamston - Enterprise, sw.

Wilmington Wilmington Morning Star, d.

Winston-Salem Twin City Sentinal, d. '

Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Journal, d.

Atlanta Atlanta Constitution, d.

Baltimore Baltimore Evening Sun, d.

Boston Christian Science Monitor, d.

Boston Boston Transcript.

New Yoi'k New York Times, d.

New York New York World, d.

Richmond, Va Southern Churchman, w.

Richmond Christian Sun, w.

Richmond Richmond Times Dispatch, d.

Washington United States Daily, d.

Washington Washington Post, d.

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Agriculture, North Carolina Dept. Conservation and Industry

of, Bulletin Country Life

Agricultural Review, North Carolina County Court Note-book

Dept. of Agriculture Current History

Alumni News, North Carolina Col- Current Magazine Contents

lege for Women D. A. R. Magazine

Alumni Register of Duke University Dearborn Independent

Alumni Review, University of North Delineator

Carolina Drama

American Federalist Education

American Legion Educational Review

American Historical Review Engineering News-Record

American Labor Legislation Review Everybody's Magazine

A. L. A. Booklist Genealogy Magazine

A. L. A. Bulletin Good Housekeeping

American Magazine Harper's Magazine

American Mercury House and Garden

Americana House Beautiful

Annals of the American Academy of Indiana Magazine of History

Political and Social Science International Studio

Archive (Duke University) James Sprunt Historical Publications

Arts and Decoration Jewish Tribune

Asia Johns Hopkins University Studies in
Atlantic Monthly Historical and Political Science

Bnai Brith Magazine Journal of American Genealogy

Book Review Digest Journal of Home Economics

Bookman Journal of the Illinois State His-
Books torical Society

California News Notes Journal of Negro History

Canadian Magazine Journal of Pharmacy

Carolina Magazine Journal of Social Forces

Carolina Motorist Journal of the Elisha Mitchel
Carolina-Virginia Retailer Scientific Society

Carolinian (North Carolina College Journal of National Education

for Women) Association

Catholic World Kourier

Century Ladies' Home Journal

Collier's Libraries

Commerce Monthly Librai-y Journal

Commonweal Library Notes, N. C. C. W.

Confederate Veteran Literary Digest

Congressional Digest Literary Review

Contemporary Review Living Age

State Library


Louisiana Historical Quarterly

Manufacturers' Record

Maryland Historical Magazine


Merchants' Journal

Michigan History Magazine

Michigan Library Bulletin



National Genealogical Society

National Geographic Magazine
National Republic
New England Historical and

Genealogical Register
New Republic
New York Genealogical and

Biographical Record
Nineteenth Century
North American Review
North Carolina Booklet
North Carolina Health Bulletin
North Carolina Insurance Bulletin
North Carolina Library Bulletin
North Carolina Municipal Review
North Carolina Teacher
North Carolina Welfare Progress

Peabody Journal of Education
Pennsylvania Magazine
Pictorial Review
Pittsburgh Carnegie Library

Prison News
Publishers' Weekly
Raleigh Student
Readers' Guide to Periodical

Red Cross Courier
Research Bulletin of the National

Education Association
Review of Reviews
St. Louis Public Library Monthly

Saturday Evening Post
Saturday Review of Literature
School Life

School and Society


Scientific American

Scientific Monthly

Scribner's Magazine

Sewanee Review

South Atlantic Quarterly

South Carolina Historical and

Genealogical Magazine
Southern Medicine and Surgery
Southern Textile Bulletin
Southern Tobacco Journal
Southern Planter
Starry Cross
State School Facts
Studies in Philogy

Tarheel Banker

Tennessee Historical Magazine
Theosophical Quarterly
Through the Ages

Trinity Historical Papers
Tyler's Quarterly Magazine
University of North Carolina

Extension Bulletin
University of North Carolina

Utah Genealogical and Historical

Virginia Magazine
Virginia Quarterly Review

Wake Forest Student
Welfax^e Magazine
Western Reserve Historical Society

William and Mary Quarterly
Wisconsin Library Bulletin
Woman's Journal
Woman's Home Companion
Woman's Press
World's Work
Yale Review

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Bibliography of North Carolina

Abbott, George and Bridges, A. P. Coquette, a play in three acts. 1926.
Anderson, Mrs. J. H. North Carolina women of the confederacy. 1926.
Andrews, R. M. John Merrick, a biographical sketch. 1920.
Bass, L. D. The carpenter and his friends, n. d.

Seventh day adventism unmasked, n. d.
Bassett, J. S., ed. Expansion and reform, 1889-1926. 1926.

Correspondence of Andrew Jackson. 1927. vol. 3.
Bond, Christiana. Memories of General Robert E. Lee. 1926.
Boone, C. C. Congo as I saw it. 1927.
Boyd, James. Marching on. 1927.
Boyd, W. K. Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina.

Brown, C. R. A working faith. 1926.
Camak, D. E. June of the hills. 1927.

Coggins, J. C. Abraham Lincoln, a North Carolinian, with proof. 1927.
Devin, R. I. History of Grassy Creek Baptist church. 1880.
Dodd, W. E. Lincoln or Lee, comparison and contrast of the two. 1927.
Edenton Street M. E. Church, South. Raleigh, N. C. Joseph G. Brown as

an affectionate tribute, n. d.
Ellis, W. B. Sanity for sale; the story of the rise and fall of Wm. B. Ellis.

Foltz, H. W., comp. Descendants of Adam Spach. 1924.
Fries, A. L., ed. Records of the Moravians in North Carolina. 1926. v. 3.
Gilbert, Katherine. Studies in recent aesthetic. 1927.
Gold, Mrs. D. H. Tides of life. 1927.

Green, Paul. The field of God and in Abraham's bosom. 1927.
In the valley, and other Carolina plays. 1928.
Wide Fields. 1928.
Hamilton, J. G., deR. Henry Ford, the man, the citizen, the worker. 1927.
Harriss, R. P. Archive anthology. 1926.
Hawks, F. L. Adventures of the Conqueror of Mexico. 1843.

Relation of Maryland; reprinted from a London edition
1635. 1865.
Helper, H. R. Negroes in Negroland. 1868.
Henderson, Archibald. European dramatists. 1926. rev. ed.
Hendrick, B. J. Training of an American; the earlier life and letters of

Walter H. Page, 1855-1913. 1926.
Hill Directory Co. Raleigh city directory. 1927.
Hill, D. H. History of North Carolina in the war between the states.

1926. 2 v.
Hogue, M. B. Every other woman. 1927.
Hood, J. W. Negro in the Christian pulpit. 1884.
Home, H. H. Jesus as a philosopher. 1927.

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Home, Mrs. I. C. Romantic rambles. 1926.

Johnson, G. W. What is news? a tentative outline. 1926.

The undefeated. 1927.

Andrew Jackson, an epic in homespun. 1927.
Kephart, Horace. Our southern highlanders. 1926. rev. ed.
Knight, E. W. Academy movement in the south, n. d.
Among the Danes. 1927.

Leonard, J. C. Centennial history of Davidson county, North Carolina

Little, Luther. Manse dwellers. 1927.
Love, A. R. Under the ban. 1926.
McClenney, W. E. and others. These twain, Willis John Lee and M. J.

Lee. n. d.
Moore, Frank, ed. Speeches of Andrew Johnson. 1866.
Moore, H. C. Points of emphasis. 1927.

Morrison, Cameron. Public papers and letters, 1921-25. 1927.
Morrow, D. F. Then and now, reminiscences. 1926.
News and Observer Year Book. 1928.
North, C. C. Social differentation. 1926.
Nye, E. W. Bill Nye's history of England. 1900.

Bill Nye's history of the United States. 1894.
Bill Nye's sparks. 1901.
Bill Nye's remarks. 1900.
Forty liars and other lies. 1882.
A guest at Ludlow. 1897.
Baled hay. 1884.
Odum, H. W. Sociology and social problems. 1925.

Rainbow round my shoulder. 1928.
Olmsted, Stanley. At top of Tobin. 1926.

Pierson, W. W. Hispanic American history; a syllabus. 1926.
Potter, Russell. A study of Shakespeare. 1921.

Robertson, A. T. Some minor characters in the New Testament. 1928.
Robertson, G. F. The only Nancy; a tale of the Kentucky mountains.
King John, a tale of the south. 1927.
Rockwell, K. Y. War letters, 1914-1925.
Royster, H. A. Appendicitis. 1927.
Russell, Phillips. Benjamin Franklin, the first civilized American. 1926.

John Paul Jones, the man of action. 1927.
Sears, L. M. Jefferson and the embargo. 1927.
Smith, C. A. Southern literary studies. 1927.
Staton, K. E. B. Old southern songs. 1926.

Steiner, J. F. and Brown, R. M. North Carolina's chain gang. 1927.
Stephenson, G. T. Living trusts. 1926.
Taylor, C. C. Rural sociology. 1926.
Tillett, W. F. The paths that lead to God. 1926.

Providence, prayer and power. 1926.
Tourgee, A. W. Pactolus Prime. 1890.
Trogdon, W. F. Trogdon family history. 1926.

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Upchurch, Mrs. T. B. Meditations, n. d.

Morning glories, selected poems, n. d.
Ware, C. C. North Carolina disciples of Christ. 1927.
Weaver, J. V. A. To youth. 1928.

Williams, J. A. Selections for devotional exercises. 1927.
Williams, L. F. and Jordan, W. E. Laboratory manual, n. d.
Wilson, M. B. The painted city. 1927.
Wilson, P. M. Southern exposure. 1927.

Winston, R. W. Andrew Johnson, plebian and patriot. 1928.
Woolson. C. F. Rodman the keeper. 1886.







PAULING HILL, Chief Library Assistant

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The interest in personal and family history has grown so rapidly that
we are endeavoring to specialize in this department in our library. We now
have one of the best genealogical collections in the south and to it resort
daily people from all over the country diligently searching for family
records and military data to enable them to secure admittance to one of the
patriotic societies of our country.

Besides the genealogical material in the State Library the North Carolina
Historical Commission, which is housed in the same building, has many
county histories, marriage bonds, deeds, wills, etc.

The material in both departments is always available to the reseachers.
However, the staff of both are too limited to permit them to engage in
private researches. We are always glad to refer our patrons to some
competent genealogist who will gladly do the work for them.

In the following pages you will find a complete bibliography of all
general genealogy, state, county and family histories, military rosters,
newspaper clippings and magazine articles.

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American genealogists, a catalogue of family histories. 1895, 1900.

Bell, H. C. and others. Guide to British West Indian archive materials,

in London and in the Islands, for the history of the U. S. 1926.
Connecticut. Historical Society. List of family genealogies in library of

Conn. Hist. Soc. 1911.
Duri-ie, D. S. Bibliographic genealogica Americana. 1878.
Foust, A. B. Guide to material for American history in Swiss and Austrian

archives. 1916. Contains emigration lists on file in Switzerland.
Griffin, G. G. Writings in American histoi-y. 1918-1924.
Illinois. State historical library. List of genealogical works in the Illinois

State Historical Library. 1914.
Swem, E. G. Bibliography of Virginia. 1916-1919.
U. S. Library of Congress. American and English genealogies in the

Library of congress. 1910.


Abbott, W. H. Heraldry illustrated. 1897.

Burke, J. B. St. James magazine and heraldric and historical register.

Ellis, W. S. Antiquities of heraldry. 1869.
Porney, M. A. Elements of heraldry.
Ringrose, J. A. and Berney L. Arms and origin of American colonial

families. 1910.


Crozier, W. A. Crozier's general armory; a register of American family

entitled to coat armor. 1904.
Fairbairn, J. Fairbairn's crests of the families of Great Britain and

Ireland. 2v. 4th ed. 1923.
Heraldric journal, recording the armorial bearings and genealogies of

American families. 4v. in 1. 1856-1868.
Vermont, E. de V. America heraldica; coats of arms, crests, and mottoes

of prominent American families settled in this country before 1800. 1886.
Washburne, Henry. Book of family crests. 1882. 2v.
Zieber, E. Heraldry in America. 1895.


Arthur, W. Etymological dictionary of family and Christian names. 1857.

Anderson, W. Genealogy and surnames.

Bardsley, C. W. English surnames, n. d.

Bowditch, N. I. Suffolk surnames, 2nd ed. 1857.

Ferguson, R. English surnames and their places in the Teutonic family.

Guppy, H. B. Homes of family names. 1890.
Lower, M. A. English surnames. 3d ed. 1849. 2v.
Yonge, C. M. History of Christian names. 1884.

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Betham, Sir W. Baronetage of England. 1801-1805. 5v.
Browning, C. H. Magna Charta barons and their descendants. 1915.
Burke, J. Genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners. 1836. 4 v.
Burke, J. and Sir J. B. Encyclopaedia of heraldry; of, General armory

of England, Scotland and Ireland. 3d ed. 1844.
Burke, J. and Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct

and dormant baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland. 1841.
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the colonial gentry.

1891-1895. 2v.
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry

of Great Britain. 1852, 1900.
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry

of Ireland. 1899.
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the peerage and

baronetage, the Privy council, knightage and companionage. 1841,

1895, 1924. 3v.
Collins, A. Peerage of England, genealogical, biog. and hist. 1756. 5v.
Dictionary of national biography. 1885-1904. 63v. Sup. 6v.
Foster, J. Alumni Osonienses: Members of the University of Oxford,

1500-1714; their parentage, birthplace, and year of birth, with a record

of their degrees. 8v.
Foster, J. London marriage licenses, 1521-1867. 1883.
Fox-Davies, A. C. Book of public arms; a cyclopaedia of the armorial

bearings, heraldic devices, and seals, as authorized and as used, of the

counties, cities, towns and Universities of the United Kingdom.
French, A. D. W. County records of the surnames of Frances, Francis,

French, in England, 1100-1350. 1896.
Lodge, J. Peerage of Ireland. 1754. 2v.

New peerage; or, present state of the nobility of England. 1769. 2 v.
Eyre-Todd, G. Highland clans of Scotland. 1923.
Who's Who. v. 52, 1900; v. 65, 1913; v. 68, 1916; v. 70, 1918; v. 73, 1921;

v. 76, 1924.
Who was Who. 1897-1916.


Amaz, Axel. May Flower and her log, July 15, 1620-May 6, 1621. 1907.
American Historical Review, v. 1-date; 1895-date.
American Jewish Society Publications, v. 1-29, 1893-1921.
Americana, v. 4-10, Jan. 1909-Dec. 1915.
Americana, v. 12-date, Jan. 1918-date.

For contents see Genealogical index in library.
Bolton, C. K. Marriage notices, 1785-1794, for the whole United States.

Bradford, Gamaliel. Confederate portraits. 1914.

Sketches of Joseph E. Johnston, James Longstreet, P. G. T. Beauregard,

Judah P. Benjamin, Alexander H. Stephens, Robert Tombs, and

Raphael Semnes.

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Browning, C. H. Americans of royal descent; a collection of genealogies
of American families whose lineages are traced to the ligitimate issue
of kings. 1894.
Browning, C. H. Some "Colonial Dames" of royal descent; pedigrees
showing the lineal descent from kings of some members of the National
Society of the Colonial Dames of America and of the order of the
Crown. 1900.
Clemens, W. M. American marriage records before 1699. 1926.
Clemens, W. M. North and South Carolina marriage records before

1699. 1926.
Colonial Dames of America, Chapter 1, Baltimore.

Ancestral records and portraits. 1910. 2v.
Daughters of American Revolution lineage book. v. 1-1908; v. 3-date,

Daughters of American Revolution.

Index of the Rolls of honor (ancestor's index) in the lineage books
v. 1-40, 1916; v. 41-80, 1926.
Daughters of the American Revolution magazine, v. 45-date, July 1914-date.
Daughters of the Revolution.

Ancestral register of the general society, 1896. 1897.
Drake, S. G. Result of some researches among the British archives for

information relative to the founders of New England. 1860.
Farmer, John. Genealogical register of the first settlers of New England.

Foust, A. B. Lists of Swiss emigrants in the eighteenth century to the

American colonies. 1920.
Fothergill, Gerald. Emigrants from England, 1773-1775.
New England Historical and Genealogical Register,
v. 62: 242-253; 320-332.
v. 63: 16-31; 134-146; 234-244; 342-355.
v. 64: 18-25; 214-227; 314-346.
v. 65: 20-35; 116-132; 232-251.
Fothergill, Gerald. List of emigrant ministers to America, 1690-1811.

French, Elizabeth, ed. List of emigrants to America from Liverpool,

New England Historical and Genealogical Register.
v. 64: 148-166; 252-263; 336-346.
v. 65: 43-50; 165-174.
Genealogy. A weekly journal of American Genealogy, v. 1-date, 1912-date.
Glenn, T. A. Some colonial mansions and those who live in them, 1898-

v. 1 contains genealogies of Byrd, Stockton, Coates, Pashall, Morris.
Herrman, Van Renssilair, Page, Carter, Livingston. Carroll,
Graene, Harrison and Randolph families,
v. 2 contains genealogies of Washington, Bowne, Rawle, Jefferson,
Philipie, Wayne, Preston, Shuyler, Macpherson.

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Gulf States Historical Magazine,
v. 1-2, 1902-1904.

Genealogies of the following families are given: v. 1, Fisher, Ross,
Sanders, Abercrombie, Hayden, Failey. v. 2, Crawford, Walton,
Winfree, Womack and Brown.

Gorrie, P. D. Lives of eminent Methodist ministers. 1881.

Hardy, S. P. Colonial families of the southern states of America. 1911.

Harper, Mrs. L. Du Puy (Van C.) Colonial men and times containing the
journal of Col. Daniel Trabue, accounts of his ancestry, life and travels
in Virginia and the present state of Kentucky during the revolutionary
period, the Huguenots, genealogy with brief sketches of the allied
families. 1916.

Headley, P. C. Public men of today, being biographies of the President
and Vice President of the U. S., each member of the cabinet, the U. S.
senators and the members of the house of representatives of the 47th
congress, the chief justice and the justices of the supreme court of the
U. S., and of the governors of the several states. 1882.

Holmes, F. R. Directory of the ancestral heads of New England families,
1620-1700. 1923.

Hotten, J. C. Original lists of persons of quality. 1874.

Hughes, T. P. American ancestry, v. 1-12, 1887-1899.

v. 1, City of Albany; v. 2, Columbia County, N. Y.; v. 3-12, United States.

Journal of American genealogy, v. 1-2; 1921-1922.
For contents see Genealogical index in library.

Journal of American History, v. 1-19; 1907-1925.

Landes, J. T. Mayflower descendants and their marriages for two gener-
ations after landing. 1922.

Livingston, John, ed. Biographical sketches of eminent American lawyers.

Portraits of eminent Americans now living, including President Pierce
and his cabinet. 1854.

Lookout Magazine. Jan. 3, 1925-date. Contains short sketches of south-
ern famililes. Index in the Genealogical index in the library.

Mackenzie, G. N. Colonial families of the United States of America,
v. 1-2, 1907-11; v. 4-7, 1914-1920.

Makers of America ;' biographies of leading men of thought and action.

Men of the south. A work for the newspaper reference library. 1922.

Mickle, W. E. Well known Confederate veterans and their war records,
arranged alphabetically. 1915.

National cyclopedia of American biography, v. 1-19 and index 1892-1920.
Current v. A-B, 1926-27.

New England historical and genealogical register v. 1-date.

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