KanColl: The Kansas  Historical Quarterlies

Recent Additions to the Library

Compiled by Helen M. McFarland

May, 1945(Vol. 13 No. 6), pages 367 to 381.
Transcribed by lhn;
digitized with permission of the Kansas State Historical Society.

     IN ORDER that members of the Kansas StateHistorical Society and othersinterested in historical study may know the class of books we are receiving, alist is printed annually of the books accessioned in our specialized fields.These books come to us from three sources, purchase, gift and exchange, and fallinto the following classes: Books by Kansans and about Kansas; books on the West,including explorations, overland journeys and personal narratives; genealogy andlocal history; and books on the Indians of North America, United States history,biography and allied subjects which are classified as general. The out-of-statecity directories received by the Historical Society are not included in thiscompilation.

     We also receive regularly the publications ofmany historical societies byexchange, and subscribe to other historical and genealogical publications whichare needed in reference work.

     The following is a partial list of books whichwere added to the library fromOctober 1, 1943, to September 30, 1944. Government and state officialpublications and some books of a general nature are not included. The totalnumber of books accessioned appears in the report of the secretary in theFebruary issue of the Quarterly.


Aircrafter. Wichita, Cessna Employees' Club, 1941, 1942. 2 Vols.
ALLEN, ERROLL V., Incidents of Homestead Days in North Central Kansas.Mimeographed. 20p.
ARCHER, LAIRD, Balkan Journal. New York, W. W. Norton and Company, Inc. [c1944].254p.
BECKMAN, PETER, The Catholic Church on the Kansas Frontier, 1850-1877.Washington, D. C., The Catholic University of America, 1943. 168p.
BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, INC., William Allen White: In Memoriam. N. p. [19441.[20] p.
BURTSCHER, WILLIAM JoHN, I Wrote a Journal; a Book of Queer Things That Happenedand Were Thought of in a Second-Hand Store. Los Angeles, Wetzel PublishingCompany, Inc. [c1940]. 275p.
----, Man Afoot; He Walked a Lot, Saw a Lot, and Wrote a Few Essays and Things.Los Angeles, Wetzel Publishing Company, Inc. [1941]. 239p.
CALVERT, MRS. MAUDE (RICHMAN), and LEILA BUNCE SMITH, Advanced Course in HomeMaking. Atlanta, Turner E. Smith and Company [1939]. 569p.
----, Advanced Course in Home Making Workbook. Atlanta, Turner E. Smith andCompany [c1939]. 271p.



----. First Course in Home Making. Atlanta, Turner E. Smith and Company[c1941].555p.
----, The New First Course in Home Making Workbook. Atlanta, Turner E. Smith andCompany [1938]. 187p.
CARPENTER, FRANK M., The Lower Permian Insects of Kansas. Parts 7-9. (Proceedingsof the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 70, NO. 4; Vol. 73, NO. 3;Vol. 75, NO. 2.)
CASEMENT, DAN DILLON, The Abbreviated Autobiography of a Joyous Pagan. Manhattan,n. p., 1944. 74p.
COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE COMPANY, WICHITA, How Ski-Troopers Get Hot Meals at"50-Below" and Other "Inside" War Stories. NO impr. [20]p.
COLIN, GALEN C., Pistol Pards. New York, Phoenix Press [1943]. 255p.
CRAVEN, THOMAS, ed., Cartoon Cavalcade. New York, Simon and Schuster [c1943].456p.
----, The Story of Painting, From Cave Pictures to Modern Art. New York, Simonand Schuster, 1943. 253p.
CROSS, Roy, From a Chemist's Diary. [Kansas City, MG., Kansas City TestingLaboratory, c1943.] 315p.
----, Handbook of Petroleum, Asphalt and Natural Gas. . . . Kansas City, MO.,Kansas City Testing Laboratory, 1931. 864p.
DAVIS, DON E., An Investigation of the Governmental Agencies of the State ofKansas. Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, 1943. 95p. (Kansas State TeachersCollege Of Emporia, Studies in Education, NO. 27.)
DICKINSON, THOMAS A., Aircraft Construction Handbook. New York, Thomas Y. CrowellCompany, 1943. 237p.
DUNCAN, CLARK, Light on a Hill. Grand Rapids, Mich., Wm. B. Eerdmans PublishingCompany, 1943. 168p.
FARQUHAR, FRANCIS P., Jedediah Smith and the First Crossing of the Sierra Nevada.(Reprinted from the Sierra Club Bulletin, Vol. 28, NO. 3, June, 1943.) [17]p.
FINN, FRANCIS JAMES, Harry Dee; or, Making It Out. New York, Benziger Brothers,Inc. [1892]. 284p.
----, Percy Wynn; or, Making a Boy of Him. New York, Benziger Brothers, Inc.[1891]. 253p.
----, Tom Playfair; or, Making a Start. New York, Benziger Brothers, Inc. [1891].251p.
FLINT, LEON NELSON, The Editorial, With Case Material and Assignments. 2d ed. NewYork, D. Appleton and Company, 1928. 319p.
HARMS, JOHN FOTH, Geschichte der Mennoniten Brudergemeinde. Hillsboro, MennoniteBrethren Publishing House, n. d. 342p.
HART, JOHN WESLEY, History of Twenty-Six Short Years of the Life of George ThomasHart. Topeka, n.p., 1943. 111p.
HAWLEY, CHARLES ARTHUR, History of the First Presbyterian Church of Atchison,Kansas, 1858-1943. N. p. [1944]. 12 p.
HAYS, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, Sixty-Sixth Anniversary, 1878-1944. NO impr.[12]p.
HEMBLING, MRS. NINA (CLARK), Little Candles Burning. N. p., Skylines Press, 1943.23p.


----, The Seven Lamps of Worship, a Candle-Lighting Service. Boston, Woman'sForeign Missionary Society, n. d. 7p.
HIBBARD, CLAUDE WILLIAM, and Others, Reconnaissance of Pleistocene Deposits inNorth-Central Kansas. Lawrence, University Of Kansas [1944]. 28p. (StateGeological Survey Of Kansas, Bulletin, NO. 52, Part 1.)
HIGBEE, ALMA ROBISON, Songs for Mountain Men. Dallas, Tex., The KaleidographPress [c1943]. 59p.
HUGHES, LANGSTON, Freedom's Plow. New York, Musette Publishers [c1943]. 14p.
HUTCHINSON, ORDINANCES, Revised Ordinances, 1932. Hutchinson, The WholesalerPrinting Company, 1932. 295p.
[In Memoriam: Osmon Grant Markham, August 21,1865-April 18, 1943.] NO impr.31p.
JOHNSON COUNTY OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION, Early Days in Johnson County, aSymposium Given in Connection With the 16th Reunion of the Johnson County OldSettlers Association Held at Olathe, Kansas, on Saturday, September 6, 1942.Typed. 29p.
KANSAS AUTHORS CLUB, 1911 Year Book. Topeka, The Service Print Shop, 1944.96p.
KANSAS AUTHORS CLUB, THIRD DISTRICT, [Prairie Treasures] May, 1943, Anthology. 2ded. Coffeyville, The Journal Press, 1943. 45p.
KANSAS LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, RESEARCH DEPARTMENT, Filing and Publication ofAdministrative Regulations. (Publication, NO. 120, November, 1943.) Mimeographed.34p.
Judicial Reapportionment and Salaries and Retirement of Judges. (Publication, NO.127, June, 1944.) Mimeographed. [34]p.
KANSAS STATE BRAND COMMISSIONER, 1943 Brand Book of the State of Kansas, ShowingAll State Recorded Brands of Cattle, Horses, Mules and Sheep. Topeka, KansasState Printing Plant, 1943. 421p.
KAUGG, ALBERT ARTHUR, Facts and Fancies. Coffeyville, C. C. Drake, 1944. 84p.
LANHAM, CEORA BELL, Only a Barb. [Topeka, Kelley Printing Company, c1914.]18p.
LEE, WALLACE, The Stratigraphy and Structural Development of the Forest CityBasin in Kansas. Lawrence, University Of Kansas Press, 1943. 142p. (StateGeological Survey Of Kansas, Bulletin, NO. 51.)
LINDQUIST, GUSTAVUS ELMER EMANUEL, Bland Nordamerikas Indianer Uppsala, J. A.Lindblads Forlag [1926]. 238p.
----, Early Work Among the Indians; One Hundred and Fifty Years of Service AmongNative Americans. (Reprinted from The Missionary Review of the World, November,1937.) 8p.
----, The Government's New Indian Policy; Proposed Revival of Tribalism, SeenFrom the Missionary Angle. (Reprinted from The Missionary Review of the World, n.d.) [3]p.
---- and Edith M. Dabb, Guides Along New Indian Trails. New York, The JointCommittee On Indian Missions Of the Home Missions Council and Council Of Womenfor Home Missions [1921]. Folder.


----, Handbook for Missionary Workers Among the American Indians. New York,HomeMissions Council [c1932]. 87p.
----, The History of White Expansion in the United States. NO impr. [10]p. IndianFellowship Conferences. New York, National Fellowship of Indian Workers, 1938.6p.
----, The Indian Fights for Democracy. New York, National Fellowship Of IndianWorkers, 1942. 12p.
----, The Indian in American Life. New York, Friendship Press [c1944].180p.
----, and ARTHUR C. PARKER, The Indians of New York State. New York, HomeMissions Council, n. d. 20p.
----, The Land of Hiawatha. (Reprinted from the Southern Workman, April,1928.)
11p.----, The New Frontiers of Youth; a Challenge to Youth and Achievement.(Reprinted from The Haskell Indian Institute Y. M. C. A. Bulletin.) 16p.
----, The Place of Home Missions in the Post-War World. New York, NationalFellowship Of Indian Workers, 1943. 12p.
----, Preliminary Report on Peyote. NO impr. 10p.
----, Receding Frontiers in the Indian Country. (Reprinted from the SouthernWorkman, March, 1931.) 8p.
LINDSEY, SARAH, Selections From Memorandum Made by Sarah Lindsey WhilstAccompanying Her Husband, Robert Lindsey, on a Religious Visit to Friends andOthers in. the Western Hemisphere in 1868. Typed. 22p.
MCCLINTOCK, MARSHALL, Airplanes and How They Fly . . . New York, Frederick A.Stokes Company [c1943]. 94p.
McFARLAND, EARL, Catalogue of the Ordnance Museum United States Military Academy.West Point, N. Y., United States Military Academy Printing Office, 1929.266p.
Textbook of Ordnance and Gunnery. New York, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1929.625p.
McFARLAND, JOHN THOMAS, Poems. New York, The Methodist Book Concern [1914].75p.
MACKINNON, HECTOR DONALD, JR., Aircraft Production; Planning and Control. NewYork, Pitman Publishing Corporation [c1943]. 253p.
MCPHERSON, CITY CLERK, Annual Report City of McPherson, Kansas, 1940, 1941, 1943.3 Vols.
MCPHERSON, ORDINANCES, Revised Ordinances, 1926. [McPherson, 1926.] 189p.
MALIN, JAMES CLAUDE, Mobility and History; Reflections on the AgriculturalPolicies of the United States in Relation to a Mechanized World. (Reprinted fromAgricultural History, Vol. 17, October, 1943.) 14p.
----, Winter Wheat in the Golden Belt of Kansas; a Study in Adaption to SubhumidGeographical Environment. Lawrence, University Of Kansas Press, 1944. 290p.
MENNINGER, WILLIAM CLAIRE, Juvenile Paresis. Baltimore, The Williams and WilkinsCompany, 1936. 199p. (The Menninger Clinic Monograph Series, NO. 1.)
MIDDLEKAUFF, MRS. J. H., and Others, Ellis County Courthouses and Officers,1867-1942. NO impr. [23]p.


MILLER, FRANCIS TREVELYAN, Eisenhower, Man and Soldier. Philadelphia, The JohnC. Winston Company [c1944]. 278p.
MILLER, ORMAL LEROY, Missing in Action, a Sermon [July 16, 1944]. No impr.15p.
MOLK, SOPHIA, Haunting Shadows. New York, The Exposition Press ]1944]. 160p.
OTTAWA, ORDINANCES, Revised Ordinances, 1938. Ottawa, The Herald, 1938. 357p.
PARSONS, ORDINANCES, Revised Ordinances, 1930. [Parsons, 1930.] 499p.PENNELL,
JOSEPH STANLEY, The History of Rome Hanks and Kindred Matters. NewYork, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1944. 363p.
PITTSBURG, ORDINANCES, Revised Ordinances of 1935. Pittsburg, n. p., 1936.355p.
POLLOCK, MRS. ANNA BOND, Mother's Roses and Other Poems. Puxico, Mo., CandorPress, 1944. 25p.
PRATT, WALLACE E., Oil in the Earth. 2d ed. Lawrence, University Of Kansas Press,1943. 110p.
QUAYLE, WILLIAM ALFRED, In God's Out-of-Doors. Cincinnati, Jennings and Graham[c1902]. 232p.
RAPAPORT, DAVID, Emotions and Memory. Baltimore, The Williams and WilkinsCompany, 1942. 282p. (The Menninger Clinic Monograph Series, NO. 2.)
RICHARDS, WALTER MARVIN, and BLISS ISELY, Our Careers as Citizens. Chicago,Beckley-Cardy Company [cl943]. [464]p.
SALINA, ORDINANCES, Book of Revised Ordinances, 1939 . . . Salina (Padgett'sPrinting House], 1940. 406p.
SCHACHNER, NATHAN, The Sun Shines West. New York, D. Appleton-Century Company,1943. 509p.
SCHMECKEBIER, LAURENCE ELI, John Steuart Curry's Pageant of America. New York,American Artists Group, 1943. 363p.
----, Science and the War; a Symposium Presented at the Seventy-Fifth AnniversaryMeeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Lawrence, Kansas, April 10, 1943.(Reprinted from the Transactions Of the Kansas Academy Of Science, 1943.)47p.
SHANER, DOLPH, John Baxter of Baxter Springs, Picturesque Character of FrontierDays. (Rev. reprint of Joplin Globe, issues Of January 17 and February 7, 1943.)14p.
SIEGELE, HERMAN H., Twigs of Thought. Boston, Chapman and Grimes [c1944].64p.
SMITH, C. HENRY, The Coming of the Russian Mennonites, an Episode in the Settlingof the Last Frontier, 1874-1884. Berne, Ind., Mennonite Book Concern, 1927.296p.
SPEELMAN, MRS. MARGARET (PEARSON), The Pageant of War Drums Along the Wakarusa .. . Presented . . . On the Occasion Of [Haskell Institute's] Sixtieth Anniversary. . . [Lawrence] Haskell Institute Printing Department, 1944. 24p.
STANLEY, S. LINDLEY, A History of the Quaker Settlement at Hesper, Kansas. AThesis Submitted to the Graduate Division in Partial Fulfillment of the


Requirements for the Degree Of Master Of Science. Pittsburg, Kansas StateTeachers College, 1937. Typed. 45p.
Story of American Railway Operations as Typified by the Santa Fe MiniatureRailroad Exhibit in the Museum Of Science and Industry, Jackson Park, Chicago.[N. p., Rand McNally, 1941.] [20]p.
STREMEL, ALEX G., 1878-1943, Sixty-Fifth Jubilee; Parish of the Immaculate Heartof Mary, Windthorst, Kansas. [Spearville, the Spearville News, 1943.] 64p.
TOPEKA, COUNCIL OF SOCIAL AGENCIES, [Second] Annual Report, 1942-1943.Mimeographed. [20]p.
----, Year Book 1941-1942. Mimeographed. 40p.
TOPEKA WOMAN'S CLUB, CREATIVE WRITING CLASS, On the Wing in Prose and Verse. N.p.[1943]. 35p.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS, DEPT. OF KANSAS, AUXILIARY, Souvenir Silver JubileeConvention; History of the Department of Kansas Auxiliary, United Spanish WarVeterans, May 21-23,1944, Emporia, Kansas. Parsons, Commercial Publishers, 1944.23p.

WARKENTIN, ABRAHAM, and MELVIN GINGERICH, Who's Who Among the Mennonites, 1943.North Newton [Bethel College Press], 1943. 428p.
WELLMAN, PAUL ISELIN, The Bowl of Brass, a Novel. Philadelphia, J. B. LippincottCompany [c1944]. 319p.
WICHITA, CITY PLANNING COMMISSION, A Preliminary Report Upon Your City andPlanning. Wichita, n. p., 1943. 32p.
WIGGIN, ELIZA JOHNSTON, Impressions of Early Kansas. [Wichita, The Grit Printery,c1915.] 72p.
WILLARD, JULIUS TERRASS, comp., History of Kansas State College; MaterialConsisting Chiefly of Copies of Articles Printed in Newspapers, and ConnectedDirectly or Indirectly With Kansas State College: Part 1, 1854-1872; Part 2,1873-1875. Typed. 2 Vols.
----, History of Kansas State College; Material Consisting of Letters and, to aSmall Extent, Newspaper Correspondence, 1897 to 1899, Relating to the Controversyat That Period Concerning Certain Acts of Boards of Regents of the Kansas StateAgricultural College. Typed. [194]p.
WILLIAMS, CHARLES C., Ground-Water Conditions in the Neosho River Valley in theVicinity of Parsons, Kansas. Lawrence, University Of Kansas [1944]. 80p. (StateGeological Survey Of Kansas, Bulletin, NO. 52, Part 2.)
THE WITAN, UNIVERSITY OF KANSAs, Life Begins at Seventeen; a StreamlinedInventory. Lawrence [The World Company], 1941. 101p.
WOOD, CLEMENT, The Life of a Man; a Biography of John R. Brinkley. Kansas City,Goshorn Publishing Company, 1934. 332p.


BRUFF, J. GOLDSBOROUGH, Gold Rush; the Journals, Drawings, and Other Papers ofJ. Goldsborough Bruff, Captain, Washington City and California MiningAssociation, April 2, 1849-July 20, 1851. New York, Columbia University Press,1944. 2 Vols.
----, The Culture of the Middle West. Appleton, Wis., The Lawrence College Press,1944. 72p.


GREGG, JOSIAH, Diary and Letters of Josiah Gregg; Excursions in Mexico andCalifornia, 1847-1850. Edited by Maurice Garland Fulton. Norman, University OfOklahoma Press, 1944. 396p.
GUNNISON, ALMON, Rambles Overland; a Trip Across the Continent. Boston,Universalist Publishing House, 1884. 245p.
MCNEER, MAY YONGE, The Story of the Great Plains. Lithographs by C. H. DeWitt.New York, Artists and Writers Guild, Inc. [c1943]. [30]p.
NUTS, GRACE LEE, Caesars of the Wilderness; Medard Chouart, Sieur DesGroseilliers and Pierre Esprit Radisson, 1618-1710. New York, D. Appleton-CenturyCompany, Inc. [c1943]. 386p.
PADEN, MRS. IRENE (DAKIN), The Wake of the Prairie Schooner. New York, TheMacmillan Company, 1943. 514p.
PARISH, JOHN CARL, The Persistence of the Westward Movement and Other Essays.Berkeley, University Of California Press, 1943. 187p.
RISTER, CARL COKE, Border Command; General Phil Sheridan. in the West. Norman,University Of Oklahoma Press, 1944. 244p.


ALABAMA, STATE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY, Revolutionary Soldiers inAlabama; Being a List of Names, Compiled From Authentic Sources, of Soldiers ofthe American Revolution, Who Resided in the State of Alabama. Montgomery, TheBrown Printing Company, 1911. 131p.
AMERICAN CLAN GREGOR SOCIETY, Year Book Containing the Proceedings of theThirty-Second Annual Gathering [1941]. Richmond, Va. [Cussons, May and Company,c1943.] 107p.
American Genealogical Index, Vols. 8-11. Middletown, Conn., Published by aCommittee Representing the Cooperating Subscribing Libraries . . , 1943-1944. 4Vols.
BENTON, ELBERT JAY, Cultural Story of an American City; Cleveland, Part 1: Duringthe Log Cabin Phases, 1796-1825. Cleveland, Western Reserve Historical Society,1943. 46p.
BLANCHARD, RUFUS, History of Du Page County, Illinois. Chicago, O. L. Baskin andCompany, 1882. [538]p.
DODGE, GEORGE MADISON, Soldiers of King Philip's War . . . With a Concise Historyof the Indian Wars of New England From 1620-1677 . . . Boston [The Rockwell andChurchill Press], 1906. 502p.
BOWEN, CLARENCE WINTHOP, The History of Woodstock, Connecticut; Genealogies ofWoodstock Families; Vols. 7-8. Worcester, Printed for the American AntiquarianSociety, 1943. 2 Vols.
BOWEN, HAROLD KING, American Ancestry: American Ancestors of Barbara EvelynBowen. [Osceola, MO., Author, c1944.] 11p.
BOWEN, RICHARD LEBARON, The Providence Oath of Allegiance and Its Signers,1651-2. Providence, General Court Of the Society Of Colonial Wars in the State OfRhode Island and Providence Plantations, 1943. 92p.
CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE WALTER, cOmp., The Descendants of Charles Glidden ofPortsmouth and Exeter, New Hampshire. Boston, n. p., 1925. 420p.
CHARLES COUNTY, MARYLAND, COUNTY COURT, Proceedings 1666-1674. Baltimore,Maryland Historical Society, 1943. 635p. (Archives of Maryland, Vol. 60.)


CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, Year Book, 1942. Charleston, Walker, Evans andCogswell Co. [1943]. 210p.
CRAWFORD, MARY CAROLINE, Famous Families of Massachusetts. Boston, Little, Brownand Company, 1930. 2 Vols.
CRUMRINE, BOYD, ed., History of Washington County, Pennsylvania, WithBiographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men. Philadelphia, L.H. Everts and Company, 1882. 1002p.
DAYTON, MRS. RUTH (WOODS), Greenbrier Pioneers and Their Homes. Charleston, WestVirginia Publishing Company, 1942. 383p.
DUTCH SETTLERS SOCIETY OF ALBANY, Yearbook, Vols. 18-19,1942-1944. Albany, TheDutch Settlers Society, 1944. 59p.
EAGLESON, A. S., Byers Family History. Typed. 63p.
EAST TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Publications, Nos. 14-15. [Knoxville,Tenn.]
Society; c1942-1943. 2 Vols.
FARLEY, JESSE KELSO, JR., Twelve Generations of Farleys. Evanston, Ill.,Privately Printed, 1943. [251]p.
FINLEY, ISAAC J., and RUFUS PUTNAM, Pioneer Record and Reminiscences of the EarlySettlers and Settlement of Ross County, Ohio. Cincinnati, Robert Clarke andCompany, 1871. 148p.
FLICK, ALEXANDER C., The Bebout Family in Flanders and North America. [Ann Arbor,Edwards Brothers, Inc.] 1943. 80p.
FLINT, JOHN, and JOHN H. STONE, A Genealogical Register of the Descendants ofThomas Flint, of Salem . . . Andover, Warren F. Draper, 1860. 150p.
[GARLAND, THOMAS M., and others], The Deer Family. Revised, July, 1942. No impr.52p.
GEORGETOWN, MAINE, Vital Records to the Year 1892. Vol. 2, Marriages. Vol. 3,Deaths. Published under authority of the Maine Historical Society, 1941, 1943. 2Vols.
GLAZEBROOK, EUGENIA G., and PRESTON G. GLAZEBROOK, comps., Virginia Migrations;Hanover County, Vol. 1, 1723-1850; Wills, Deeds, Depositions, Invoices, Lettersand Other Documents of Historical and Genealogical Interest. Mimeographed. [115]p.
GOLDING, AUGUSTUS C., comp., Descendants of Rev. Thomas Hanford; Vol. 1, SixGenerations. Norwalk, Conn., n. p., 1936. 153p.
GOLDSBOROUGH, MRS. CARRIE (TARLETON), and MRS. ANNA GOLDSBOROUGH FISHER,Descendants of John Sutton and His Wife Temperance Lane. Lexington, Ky., ClayPrinting Company, 1941. 179p.
GORGES, RAYMOND, The Story of a Family Through Eleven CenturiesBeing a History of the Family of Gorges. Boston [The Merrymount Press], 1944.289p.
GRIMES, J. BRYAN, North Carolina Wills and Inventories; Copied From Original andRecorded Wills and Inventories in the Office of the Secretary of State. Raleigh,Edwards and Broughton Printing Company, 1912. 587p. HAPGOOD, WARREN, The HapgoodFamily, Descendants of Shadrach 1666-1898. New ed. with Supplement. Boston,Compiler, 1898. 590p.
HARRINGTON, JESSIE Silversmiths of Delaware, 1700-1850; Old Church Silver inDelaware. N. p., National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State ofDelaware, 1939. 132p.


HENDRICKSON, WALTER BROOKFIELD, David Dale Owen, Pioneer Geologist of theMiddleWest. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, 1943. 180p. The Heraldic Journal;Recording the Armorial Bearings and Genealogies of American Families; Nos. 1-24,January, 1865-October, 1868. Boston, Wiggin and Lunt, 1865-1868. 4 Vols.
HILL, WILLIAM CARROLL, The Family of Bray Wilkins "Patriarch of Will's Hill" ofSalem (Middleton) Mass. Milford, N. H., The Cabinet Press, 1943. 213p.
HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF OHIO, and THE UNIVERSITY Of CINCINNATi,The Centenary of the Cincinnati Observatory, November 5, 1943 [Cincinnati, CourtIndex Press, Inc.] 1944. 63p. (Publications of the Historical and PhilosophicalSociety of Ohio.)
History of Christian County, Illinois . . . and Biographical Sketches of Some ofIts Prominent Men and Pioneers. Philadelphia, Brink, McDonough and Company, 1880.259p.
[History of Fayette County, Ohio, 1881, by R. S. Dills.] 1039p.
History of Greene County, Illinois; Its Past and Present . . . Chicago,Donnelley, Gassette and Loyd, 1879. 771p.
History of Henry County, Illinois; Its Tax-Payers and Voters . . . Chicago, H. F.Kett and Company, 1877. 589p.
History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana . . . Chicago, GoodspeedBrothers and Company, 1885. 837p.
HOPKINS, WALTER LEE, Hopkins of Virginia and .Related Families. Richmond, Va., J.W. Fergusson and Sons, 1931. 405p.
----, Leftwich-Turner Families of Virginia and Their Connections. Richmond, J. W.Fergusson and Sons, 1931. 351p.
HUGUENOT SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Transactions, No. 48. Charleston, S. C.,Published by Order of the Society, 1943. 67p.
HUNTINGTON, ELIJAH BALDWIN, A Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family inThis Country . . . Ridgefield, Conn., Mrs. Julia M. Huntington, 1884. 457p.
ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Papers in Illinois History and Transactionsfor the Year 1942. Springfield, The Illinois State Historical Society, 1944.115p.
JORDAN, PHILIP D., Ohio Comes of Age, 1873-1900. Columbus, Ohio StateArchaeological and Historical Society. 1943. 550p. (The History of the State ofOhio, Vol. 5.)
KENDRICK, MRS. FANNIE (SHAW), The History of Buckland [Mass.], 1779-1935, WithGenealogies, by Lucy (Cutler) Kellogg. Buckland, The Town of Buckland, 1937.799p.
LAWRENCE, ROBERT MEANS, The Descendants of Major Samuel Lawrence of Groton,Massachusetts, With Some Mention of Allied Families. Cambridge, Riverside Press,1904. 344p.
LONG, MINNIE R. H., General Griffith Rutherford and Allied Families; Harsh,Graham, Cathey, Locke, Holeman, Johnson, Chambers. Milwaukee, Wisconsin CameoPress, 1942. 194p.
LORD, CHARLES CHASE, Life and Times in Hopkinton, N. H. Concord, N. H.,Republican Press Association. 1890. 583p.


LYONS, A. W., The Hiram Wesley Lyons Family; a Memorial. [Salt Lake City, TheWestern Hotel Register Company] 1943. 208p.
MCCLUNN, DAVID WADDLE, ed., The Centennial Anniversary of the City of Hamilton,Ohio, September 17-19, 1891. Hamilton [Cincinnati, The Lawrence Printing andPublishing Company], 1892. 322p.
MACDONALD, ROSE M. E., Clarke County, a Daughter of Frederick; a History of EarlyFamilies and Homes. Berryville, Va., Blue Ridge Press, c1943. [74]p.
Missouri Day by Day, Vol. 2. Floyd C. Shoemaker, editor. [Columbia] StateHistorical Society Of Missouri, 1943. 499p.
MORRIS, MYRTLE MELONA, Joseph and Philena (Elton) Fellows; Their Ancestry andDescendants; Also the Ancestry of Reuben Fairchild, John and Dorothy (Waldorf)Turner and George Morris. [Washington, D. C., Rufus H. Darby Printing Company,1940.] 404p.
MOUNT VERNON LADIES' ASSOCIATION OF THE UNION, Annual Report 1944. Mount Vernon,Va., n. p., 1944. 31p.
National Academy of Design Exhibition Record 1826-1860. New York, New YorkHistorical Society, 1943. 2 Vols.
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA, Historian's Report of theTwenty-Second and Twenty-Third Biennial Council, 1935-1937. [Richmond, Va.,Whittet and Shepperson] 1935, 1937. 2 Vols.
----, Minutes of the Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third Biennial Council, 1935 and1937. [Richmond, Va., Whittet and Shepperson] 1935, 1937. 2 Vols. Officers of theNational Society and of the Corporate Societies 19351936, 1936-1937; NationalCommittees, Etc. Printed for the Society, 19351936. 2 Vols.
NEVADA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Twelfth, Thirteenth, and Fourteenth Reports,Bienniums Ending June 30, 1936, June 30, 1938, June 30, 1940. Combined andCondensed Edition. Carson City, Nev., State Printing Office, 1942. 32p.
----, Fifteenth Biennial Report, July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1942, Inclusive.Carson City, Nev., State Printing Office, 1942. 27p.
NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionaryand Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; Calendar of New JerseyWills, Administrations, Etc, Vol. 9,1796-1800. Newark,
New Jersey Law Journal, 1944. 581p. (Archives Of the State Of New Jersey, FirstSeries, Vol. 38.)
NEWMAN, HARRY WRIGHT, The Lucketts of Portabacco. Washington, D. C., Author,1938. 108p.
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SAYE, ALBERT BERRY, New Viewpoints in Georgia History. Athens, The University OfGeorgia Press, 1943. 256p.
SELLERS JAMES BENSON, The Prohibition Movement in Alabama, 1702 to 1943. ChapelHill, The University of North Carolina, 1943. 325p. (James Sprunt Studies inHistory and Political Science, Vol. 26, NO. 1.)
SHEPHERD, FRANK C., History, Genealogies, Biographies of the Shepherd and RelatedFamilies Since Their Coming to America More Than 280 Years Ago. Mimeographed.c1943. 422p.
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STEVENS, C. ELLIS, Stevens Genealogy; Some Descendants of the Fitz Stephen Familyin England and New England. New York, Privately Printed. 1904. 92p.


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ADAMS JAMES TRUSLOW, ed., and others, Album of American History; ColonialPeriod.New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1944. 411p.
ADLER, CYRUS, and AARON M. MARGALITH, American Intercession on Behalf of Jews inthe Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States, 1840-1938. New York [AmericanJewish Historical Society], 1943. [441]p.
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BASCOM, WILLIAM R., The Sociological Role of the Yoruba Cult-Group. [Me-nasha,Wis.] American Anthropological Association, 1944. 75p. (Memoirs, NO. 63.)


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BERRY, THOMAS SENIOR, Western Prices Before 1861; a Study of the CincinnatiMarket. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1943. 645p.
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BREBNER, JOHN BARTLET, The Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia, a Marginal ColonyDuring the Revolutionary Years. New York, Columbia University Press, 1937.388p.
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CARLSON, JOHN ROY, pseud., Under Cover; My Four Years in the Nazi Underworld ofAmerica . . . New York, E. P. Dutton and Company, Inc., 1943. 544p.
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COATS ROBERT HAMILTON, and M. C. MACLEAN, The American-Born in Canada; aStatistical Interpretation. Toronto, The Ryerson Press, 1943. 176p.
COLEMAN, LAURENCE VAIL, Company Museums. Washington, The American Association OfMuseums, 1943. 173p.
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HAWLEY, CHARLES ARTHUR, Fifty Years on the Nebraska Frontier; the History ofthePresbyterian Theological Seminary at Omaha, Nebraska Omaha, Ralph PrintingCompany, 1941. 152p.
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KEMBLE, JOHN HASKELL, The Panama Route, 1848-1869. Berkeley, University ofCalifornia Press, 1943. 316p. (University of California Publications in History,Vol. 29.)
KINIETZ, WILLIAM VERNON, John Mix Stanley and His Indian Paintings. Ann Arbor,University of Michigan Press, 1942. 40p.
LESSA, WILLIAM ARMAND, An Appraisal of Constitutional Typologies. [Menasha, Wis.)American Anthropological Association, 1943. 96p. (Memoirs, No. 62.)
LUTZ, ALMA, Created Equal; a Biography of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 18151902. NewYork, The John Day Company [0940]. 345p.
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