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and

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and

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the

material

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of Congress

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been

others.

have

this

size

necessary

In

the

Americana,

in

in

to

of

of

Chief
the

disposal throughout

my

course

of

scheme

Martel,

Charles

by

"America:

upon

provisional

and

prepared

1901,"

is based

Flagg

of
other

CONTENTS.

Pace.
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Outline

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Tables

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Uutad

Beetee,

85-87

etc

89-220

to

Mar.-h

L,

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221-227

229-298

OUTLINE.
AMERICA.

STATES.

UNITED

GENERAL.

E
11-

29

America.

31-

50

North

51-

74

Aboriginal

77-

99

America.
America.

Indiana

of North

America.

101-135

Discovery

of America

141-143

America

Descriptive

151-1G8

United

"

States

History.

171-185

"

Colonial

201-298

Revolution.

302

1810

works.

works.

period.

1765-1836.

1775-1789.
1789-1812.

310

Administrations

311-337

of lst-3d

Presidents.

1811-1860.

338-340
341-370

Administration

351-364

War

371-400

Administrations

401-415

War

415.

of

of 4th

President.

1812.

with

of 5th-10th

Presidents.

Mexico.

1845-1870.

Administrations

416-440

Slavery

441-453

in

the

of llth-15th

United

Administration

456-457

Civil

458-655

661-664

States.
of 16th

Presidents.
Colonization

President.

of

States

America.

General

1865-

Administrations

666-751
712

Territorial
with

expansion.

714-735

War

756-770

Administrations

Presidents.

New

England.

16-

30

Maine.

31-

45

New

46-

60

Vermont.

61-

75

Massachusetts.

76-

90

Rhode

Hampshire.

Island.

Connecticut.

Imperialism.

Spain.

UNITED
F
15

of 17th-25th

1898-

713

of negroes.

war.

Confederate

482-489

91-105

before

works

1765-1865.

303-309

1-

early explorations.

Descriptive

General

186-200

301

and

of

26th-28th

STATES.

Presidents.

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works.

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Carolina.

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266 280

South

281 295

Georgia.

296 301

Gulf States.

306 320

Florida.

321-335

Alabama.

336-350
351-354

South Atlantic States.

Florida.

Wesl

Mississippi.
River
Mississippi

Valley.

and

Louisiana.

366-380

381-395
396

Texas.
Old

Lower Mississippi
Valley.

Southwest.

406-420

Arkansas.

431-445

Tennessee.

446-460

Kentucky.

461"175

Missouri.

Old Northwest.

476^85

Region between

Ohio

Ohio

516-520

Mississippirivers.

Indiana.

536-550

Illinois.
Lake

Lakes.

Great

551-556

Valley.

and

River

621-535

region.

Michigan.

561-575

576-590

Wisconsin.

Trans-Mississippi
region.

The

West.

597

The

Northwest.

598

Missouri

591-595

River

Upper Mississippi
Valley.

Minnesota.

616-630

Iowa.

631-645

North

646-660

South Dakota.

661-675

Nebraska.

Dakota.

676-690

Kansas.

691-705

Oklahoma.

721-722

16

Rocky

Valley.

and

601-615

Mountains

and

Yellowstone

national

Montana.

741-755

Idaho.

756-770

Wyoming.
Colorado.

786-788

The

806 820

Southwest.

New

New

Colorado

Mexico.

Arizona.
I tah.

836-S50

and

Ohio.

486-500

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park.

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Periodicals,

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of

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of

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notation;

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authors,

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biography

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(Works

in

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individual
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works.

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sometimes

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form

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States

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place;

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needed

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letters

given

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Social

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conditions.

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characteristics,

subdivisions.

Antiquities.
Indians.

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applies

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Latin

American

only),

countries

History.

Historical
Period

miscellany.
subdivisions.

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towns.

scope

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of

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AMERICA

11-29.

"

11

Periodicals.

Societies.

International

IS

Collections.

14

Dictionaries.

17

Biography.

18

Comprehensive

American

Collected

works

Gazetteers.

QE

71-251.

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GA

Maps
GB

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and

and

Travels

GF.

33

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travel.

around

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countries, G
Before

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1607-1810*

world

and

including

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and

other

discoveries, G 575-890.

141.

exploration

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Polar

420-503.

1607

Discovery

101-135.

143.

1810Cf.

Topics.

470-480.

Foreign

.F8

French.

.18

Italians.

elements.
J5

31

Periodicals.

35

Gazetteers.

36
38

Biography.
Comprehensive

39

Miscellaneous.

41

Description
Most

AMERICA

Societies.

classed

Collections.

travel.
of travel

in E

in North

America

162-168.

History.
Discovery

31-50.

works.

and

works

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HoijSua.

NORTH

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Miscellaneous.

Description

29

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55-63.

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Hydrography

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Geological
Cartography.

1405.

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works.

General

Surveys,

conferences

101-135.

History of Spanish

America

11

1410.

treat

largely

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U. S. and

are

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Pottery.
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County, Ohio: C 74.03.

77.

AMERICA

E
INDIANS

THE

works.

OF

NORTH

Periodicals.

77

General

78

E 98.M6Z.
Zeisberger,David
Local.
Indian antiquities.

AMERICA

77-99.

etc.
Collections,

and regionsof U. S. and Canada, alphabetically.


States,provinces,
reservations
classed here under
are
(Indian
state, unless held by
in
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AMERICA.

NORTH

OF

INDIANS

wars.

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with

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1713.

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the Natchez

war,
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French and
Cherokee

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1739

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Bradstreet,
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Dunmore's war, 1771.

[ndian wars,

199.

L761.

1759

war.

Rasles.

[ndians,1722-1726.

with the eastern

Chickasaw

196.

E 197.

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1702

;,r.

1697

1689

King William's war,


war,

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Tuscarora

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177--, 1783.

Daniel

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Campaigns of the revolution E 230-230.


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Sullivan's
Indian campaign,1779
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and
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1814.

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Wayne, Anthony
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campaign, 1782

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MIERICA

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Indian

wars.

chronologically.

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war

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Taylor,Zachary
J.

Worth, W.
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2d Creek
Wars

with

Indian

855

3d Seminole

857

SpiritLake

858

Mill Creek

86

Dakota

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Carson, Christopher
Indian wars, 1866-1895.

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87

1857-1865.

war,

1862-1863.

wars,

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wars,

O. O.

Washita

Dakota

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Ute

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Apache

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Dakota

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war,

85
87

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1877.
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campaign, 1868-1869.

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E 467.1.S54.
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Custer,G. A.
.

Biographies:Crook, George; Miles,

Canby, E. R. S.
.

war."

1857.

massacre,

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war,

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other

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1866.

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E 403.1.W8.
Wool, J. E.
Indian war, 1855-1856.
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Harney, W. S. E 181.H.

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River, Yakima, Klikitat,Spokan,

T. S.

the Pacific coast

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E 403.1.W9.

1836.

war,

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or

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particular

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war

E 83.

Collections of

Biography, Collected.

portraits.

Individual.

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Black

Hawk

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with

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Antiquitii
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Citizenship
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E 91-93.
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Mortuary

customs.

AMERICA

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98

specialtopics- Continued.

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Names.

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Sign language.
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Pottery.
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A I

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81-83.

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Indians.

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tribes

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Biloxi Indians.

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Arapaho Indians.

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Warfare.
Wars

91-93, 78, 99. ,W9

guisticfamilies of the U.
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alphabetically.

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pipes.

Indians.

Indians.
Indians.
Indians.

.K26

Karankawa

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Kickapoo Indians.

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.('3

Cayuga

Indians.

.K5

Kiowa

.C32

Cayuse Indians.

.K7

Klainuth

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Cherokee

.K76

Klikitat ludians.

.C53

Cheyenne

.K9

Kwakiutl

.C55

Chickasaw

.L9

Luisefio Indians.

.C56

Chimariko

.C57

Chinook

Indians.
Indians.
Indians.
Indians.
Indians.

Indians.
Indians.

Indians.

.Mil'

Mahican

.M18

Maidu

Indians.

Indians.

Indians.

.C6

Chippewa Indians.

.M19

Makali

.('7

Chitimacha

.M2

Mandan

.08

Choctaw

.M3

Mascouten

.M4

Mashpee

3144

Menominee

.M48

Miami

Indians.
Indians.

.C85

Comanche

.C87

Conestoga Indians.

.C9

Creek

.C91

Croatan

.C92

Crow

.1)1

Dakota

Indians.

Indians.
Indians.

Indians.
Indians
Indians.
Indians.

Indians.

M6

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Missisauga Indians.

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Mohawk

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Esopus Indians.

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Moravian

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.113

Havasupai Indians.

.116

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Omaha

.117

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.058

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.118

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l ndians.
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Tsilkotin Indis i
Tsimshiarj Indiana
Tukuarika Indiana.
Tuscarora Indian.-.
Tutelo Indians.
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Welsh

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Yaqui Indians.
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18

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AMERICA

DISCOVERY

AMERICA"

TO

1600

101-135.

Discovery.
works.

101

General

103

Pre-Columbian.

105

General.

Vinland.

Norse.

Greenland
109

Other

G 730-770.

(alphabetically).
Chinese.

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Dutch.
Irish.
Italian (Zeno).
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Spanish.
Welsh
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Indians

resultingfrom

leading to, and

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the

discoveryof

Toscanelli.
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biography).
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Bibliographyof Columbus
Collected writingsof Columbus

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and

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editor.

by
Alphabetically
115

Letter

to

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and translations,
chronologically.
reprints,
Originalissues,facsimiles,

116

Letter

to

(Latin letter).

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117

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118

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Columbus

writings.
1892-93
celebrations,

Chicago
.32

Genoa.

.35

Madrid.

.36

Palermo.

(alphabetically
by place)

T500.

.42

Rio de Janeiro.

.5

Salem, Mass.

.51

San Juan, Porto Rico.

Santiago,Chile.
Miscellaneous
material
.52

120

Fiction.
121

Columbus

Post-Columbian.
El Dorado.
Search

day

Columbus.
celebrations

Poetry, Drama,
and

(Successors of Columbus
1

programs.
about
1607.)

G 575-890.

for the Northwest

history

to

akvisrYf.

Polar discoveries

General

on

of

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G 640-656.

geographical discoveries

G 220-306.

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and

exploration

LIBRAIO

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Gomez, Esteban.
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Vespucci,Amerigo.
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French.
131

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New

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colonyin
F

France

Florida

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ACCOUNTS

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129. CI.
E

111-120.

E 133.V5.
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141-143.

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101-135.

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of America, 1607-1810.
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F
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Oilier local under

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1409.

corresponding country and perioddivisions

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in F.

OF

i.ii'.i; \in

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171

GENERAL

HISToKY

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II,

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organizations,

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hereditary societies.
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to

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etc.

documents,

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devoted

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171

"patriotic"

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General

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works.

Pamphlets.

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Governmenl

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.

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Theory.

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Method.
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teaching.

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Biography

the

of

schools

common

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graphy.

and

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study.
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176.1

Jared,

LB

1530, L581-1583,

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history,

collections

special period

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!'.302.5, etc.

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158.44;

1789

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works.

Comprehensive

178
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UNITED

Textbooks.

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works.

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Juvenile

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histories.

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collections of American

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historical

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frontier,
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Flag (Heraldry) CR 113.
Flag day JK 1761.
Desecration of flag JC 346.
Historical geography.
The

179.5

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General

History of

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on

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Public

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domain
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JK

Imperialism,etc.
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2551-2556,Territorial government
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Southwest

597.

F 880; F 854.

786; F 392.157.

(before1819)

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181

F551;

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Alaska

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theory and
territory(Constitutional

304, National

F 317. B7.

912.117.

Militarysocieties covering more


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singlewar.
Militaryorder of foreignwars; Society of American
wars;
of the regular army
and
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Society of veterans
navy;
Biography of militaryleaders not readily classed with any
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Harney, W. S.; Liscum, E. H.; etc

Military history.

Battles.

than

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Militaryhistory

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femes,E. P.

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Relations with Barbarystates
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International
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United State*

JX

1405-1429.

International American conferences


184

Elements

in the

population.

Races.

ign elements
"lit

in various regioi
Germans in New York i Si

2G

1405

EthnogrJaphyk
classed in F, as

UNITED

Negroes

in the

United

States.

works.

Comprehensive

185

STATES

generalsubject of

The

History.

free negroes before 1863.


Anthropology GN.
trade

Slave

HT

in the United

Slavery
Emancipation

Colonization
Education

.18

Free

.2

1863-1877.

LC

Free negroes

in

From

reconstruction
Freedmen's
231,

the reconstruction

the

as

ward

Slave

periodunder

end

the

of

of the nation.

pensions.
each

Southern

state:

etc.

by

state

185.93.A-.W.

E 467.1. H8.

Howard,
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and

Status

1 85.93. A-.W.

to

negro
Ex-slaves.

O. O.

1877-

particularstate

emancipation

period.The

Freedmen

.3

before 1863.

bureau.

Cf. E 668, and


F

448.

2701-2803.

in the South

negroes

E 441-453.

States

E 453.

works.
of the

development

since

race

emancipation.

Social,economic, and moral conditions,etc.


Periodicals.

185. 5

Cf.

secret

Relations

.61

with

white

Citizenship JK
Suffrage

JK

1 he negro

.63

as

problem.

1921-1929.

Miscegenation.

races.

"-,

soldier.

Revolution
Civil

Race

race.

1781-1783.

Intermarriage of

.62

Collections.

societies in HS.

Comprehensive works.

Negro

Societies.

war

E 269. N3.
E

540.N3;

585.N3.

Crime.

65

Cf. Criminal

ethnography

HV

6191-6197.

Lynching.
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6455-646!)
HV
Lynch law
churches.
Religion. Negro

in BN.

Special sects and local churches

Occupations.E?vi[.

.8

Of. CIOOOOO of lalx.r

Highereducation.

.82

Social relations.

.86
.

Health.

88

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Home

Physicalcondition.

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professions. Art.

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history

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Biography.
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185.96

Individual.

graphyof slaves

E
Frederick
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F
231
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A.
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COLONIAL

HISTORY
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186

THE

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COLONIES)

earliestpermanenl Englishsettlements on
to the American revolution,1607-17

Periodicals.

Learned
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colonial

"

"rder of

period.
of America.

of America.

the founders and

of America.
patriots

Colonial daughtersof the seventeenth


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societyof the colonial dames

Colonial dames

Atlantic

societies.

Patriotic societiesfor the colonial


"

E 186-199.

century.

patriots

alphabetically.
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"

Lications.

28

sources,

etc.

187.5

STATES

UNITED

Biography, Collected.

E
lists

Genealogy. Comprehensive

of

immigrants.
Biography of later colonial period,beginningwith French and Indian
E 302.5-.6; Genealogy of New
England F 3, etc.
war,
other than English
General listsof immigrants of specialnationality
E

188

184.

Comprehensive works.
British

History.

in America,
possessions

Early explorationsbefore
General

of America

accounts

general. Cf. F 1030, F2131,

in

1607
E

2361, etc.

101-135.

141-143.

colony, Port Royal, S. C, 1562

F 314.
Huguenot
F
1584-1590
229.
Roanoke
Raleigh's
colonies,
F 7, 67,
History of singlecolonies or groups of colonies
History of inland regions F 352, 1030, etc.

Indian

E 82-83.

wars

Travels, and colonial


Administration

189

etc.

General

Miscellaneous.

customs

162.

of the British colonies

discussion

of

JV1000-1099.

European originof

ican
Amer-

institutions.
PERIOD.

BY
191

1607-1689.

Virginia company
Plymouth company
Popham colony

of London
and

229.

Council

for New

F 7.

England

F 22.

Pequot

war,

United

colonies of New

Andros

and

1636-1638

83.63.

F 7.
England, 1643
War with Esopus Indians, 1663-1664
E 83.663.
E 83.67.
King Philip'swar, 1675-1676

195

his

Attempts

1689-1775.

William

Johnson.

government,
Cf. E

at union.

William

Albany

Shirley.

1754.

congress,

Last

Sir

of colonial

years

1763-1775.

211-216.

Tuscarora

War

F 7.5.

government

with

war,

1711-1713

?*AAle*

E 83.71.

the Natchez

E 83.716.
Indians, 1716
Wars with the eastern Indians, 1722-1726
E 83.72.
Wars with the Chickasaw
E 83.739.
Indians, 1739-1740
Cartagena expedition,174 L F 2272.5.
E 302.6. F8.
Franklin, Benjamin
152.
W.
F
Conrad
Weiser,
David
E
98.M6Z.
Zeisberger,
Ohio

company

Pontiac's

196

F 517.

conspiracy,1763-1765

83.76.

E 211-216.
Disputes with Great Britain
E 215.2.
Stamp act congress, 1765
F 1032.
Quebec act, 1774
King William's war, 1689-1697.

Port

Destruction

Royal. Quebec expedition.

29

of Schenectady.

HISTORY.

COLONIAL

Continued.

1775

period.1689

CONGRES

OF

LIBRARY

1702

171.;.

Destruction of Deerfield.

Haverhill.

to the eastward.
expedition

Church'a

of ill" Spaniahsuccession.

W.ir

Port

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1744

Louisburg.

l7is.

Sir William

Pepperrell.
of the Austrian succession,1740-1748.

War

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199

P L036

Cape Breton

L089 I

William
E L95.B.
Bhirley,
17.",.",Indian
170:!.
and
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Washington at Fort
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Necessity. Braddock's defeat. Fort William Henry-

Louisburg. Niagara.
Bradstreet,John;
Rogers,Robert;
Quebec. Biographies:
Montcalm-Gozon, Louis Joseph de; Levis, Francois GasTiconderoga and

tun, due

dr;

Point.

Crown

etc.

DD 109 112: Beven years war 1756-1763.


E 195.
AHmii;, coogresB, 1 764
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War with the Cherokee

Indians, 1759-1761

BiegeofHavana. L762 F L781.


L763-1765
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L030.B.

Bouquet,Eenxy E B3 76.B
Gridley,Richard E 207.G94.
E 195.J.
Johnson,Sir William
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Mercer, Hugh
Sir
Pepperrell,

E L98 P.

William

Pomeroy, Seth E 207.P7.


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William
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E 207.T4
John
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Waahington,George E 312.
DA 67.1.W8.
Wolfe,Jamee
David
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Wooater,
Elements in the population:Foreigners
R 1S4.

30

83.759.

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Comprehensive

and

Travel, manners

histoid*

General

works.

of the

customs

period

L63.

Miscellaneou

history. I
controversy
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Political

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297.

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2 15
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General

the enforcement
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Writs of assistance.
trade and navigation
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March, L765. Stamp act con.
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Non-importation
agreements of
Quarteringof troops in Boston.

for

176S-1769.

Boston

massacre,

h "".,1772.

ion.

air,June.

1
n

1771.
bill,
Mecklenburgresolutions,177"..
rt

3-2

tea-party,December,

1773.

of

UNITED

E
216

STATES

special
topics.

Other

Committees

correspondenceand

of

and

other British possessions,


as Canada

aid of

Sons of liberty.

Ireland.

letter.

Duche

The

to enlist

Efforts

safety.

N. 0. F 257.
of the regulators,
F 229.
parsons'cause, Va.
Loyalistsin the colonies E 277.
of independence. Collected

War

The

221

Declaration

biography

of

the

signers.
230

Orderly books are


to
organization
Indian

230. 5

classed with
which

Valley,etc.

Campaigns

231-239

or

with

military

255-268.

E 83.775.

1775-1783

wars,

campaigns

they belong

Regional militaryhistory. War


the Ohio

231

Lists of battles.

Military operations. Campaigns and battles.

in the

South, operationsin

Z-

of 1775.

and
Lexingtonand Concord, April. Capture of Ticonderoga
1776.
of
Point, May. Siege
Boston, May, 1775-March,

232

of Canada.

Invasions
Hill,June.
Campaigns of 1776.

Crown

Bunker

in the South

Events

British occupation of New

233

York, June-August. Washington's retreat


and through Xew
Jersey. Trenton and Princeton.
up the Hudson
Events in the South. Charleston,etc.
Campaigns of 1777.
Invasions

from

Canada, Burgoyne

and

Clinton's advance

up

McCrea.

Jane

St.

Leger, June-September.

the Hudson.

Howe's

pation
occu-

of Philadelphia.

234

British withdrawal
of

235

Georgia.

Campaigns

Penobscot

Campaigns

to New

in S. C. and

Andre"

Greene

Conquest

massacres.

Ga.

raids in Va.

British

and

Conn.

campaign, etc.

of 1780.
Arnold

Campaigns

and

expedition. Sullivan's Indian

Siege of Charleston.

237

Raids

York.

Clark's expedition.

of 1779.

Lincoln

Gen.

236

E 255.

Conway cabal
Campaigns of 1778.

Cornwallis

in the South.

Arnold's

treason.

278. A7.
280. A5.

of 1781.
and

Cornwallis.

Ybrktown.

Clark's expedition against

Detroit.

Mutiny of
238

Campaigns of
Crawford's

239

Campaigns

Pennsylvania line

of 1783.

Newburgh
rather

13

256.

campaign.
of N. Y. Nov.
addresses

(If preferred this number

19572""

1782.

British evacuation

241

the

than

E 255.

may

be

used

classingthem

33

for

in E

battles,alphabetically,

231-239.)

Continued.

volution

Treaty of Paris.

Alliances.

historj
Diplomatic

i ONGH

01

i.li'.i;\i;v

French auxil
! trithdnwal of British troopsfrom western
A-

B313.

"ops.

confined to

id listsnol

R"

American.

cabal.

Conway
line. Newburgh addree
Pennsylvania
War

Pensioners

claims.

Orderlyb
Militarypension

singlestate.
Mutiny of the
a

268.

I B :'"7:i.
281

Brigade

tntinental army.

Comraised by ( !ongress
directly:
Militaryorganizations

mander
The

in the

states

Bach

in chiefs

British

revolution.

state's part in the

Histories.
i

etc.
guard,Lee's Legion,
colonies.

and

previous controversy.
Registers.Regimental histo-

war

Collections.

and
rolls,
ies,

American

orderlybooks;

state continental

line,state

troops,niiliiin.
Histories of counties and

in the

towns

war

!"'74.W9.
g. Worcester,Mass.
in a particular
E 277.
state.
loyalists

e.

American

are

in
Military
operations

state

34

230.5-239.

classed

in

local history,

UNITED

E
Armies.

STATES

Troops.

American.
The

263

states

Continued.

in the revolution, etc.

Massachusetts

Continued.

"

New

F 69.C.
Cobb, David
Gerry, Elbridge

York

"

Continued.

E 302.(1..14.
Jay, John
E 207.L22.
Lamb, John
Francis
Lewis,

E 302.6.G37.
E 207.G56.
Glover, John
Richard
Gridley,

E 302.6.L6.

Livingston,Philip

E 207.G94.

E302.6.L7.

Hancock, John

Livingston,R.

E 302.6.H23.

Heath.William

R.

302.6.L72.

E 207.H4.

Montgomery,

Richard

Hutchinson,Thomas
F
".

o*a""a

Dav\ifil
.

E
07. H.

Morris,Gouverneur

-Knox, Henry E207.K74.


.-UfT.
D
Lincoln, Benjamin

r-

Schuyler, Philip J.

207.1.(1.

E 207.S3.
.N8

207.013.

(War of the
E 215.9.
regulators);
Blount, William
E 302.6.BG.

Hooper, William
E

Howe,

Rufus

.N9

Artemas

Reed,

etc.

Josiah
Bartlett,
E

Stark, John

New

(and dependencies).
Cf. E 263.(2.

.P4

Pennsylvania.
John, etc.

Bayard,

E 302.6.B7.

Cadwalader, John

E207.S9.

William

E 207.C2.

Dickinson, John
302.6.W5.

Jersey.
E

E
207. A3.

E 302.6.H6.

302.6.W7

York.

McKean,

Thomas
E 302.6.M13.

Clinton,George
E

-Mifllin,Thomas
302.6.C6.

Clinton,James

E207.M6.

Morris,Robert
E

207. C62.

Duane, James

302.6.. M8

Moylan, Stephen
E 302.6.D8.

Hamilton,

302.G.F8.

Michael
Hillegas,

Witherspoon,John
New

302.6.D5.

I!

Franklin, Benjamin

Alexander, William

.N6

207.N2.

F455.S.

Boudinot,Elias
207.S79.

.N5

Scotia

302.G.B'".

John
Sullivan,

Whipple,

Nova

207.W2.

Hampshire.
James,

Nash, Francis
Shelby, baac

E207.T45.
E

New

E 207.H85.

F 483. P.

Thomas, John

302.6.H7.

Robert

207.P75.

,N4

E 302.6.D2.

E 207.P7.

Prescott,William

Ward,

257

Davie, W. R.

302.6.P5.

Pomeroy, Seth

North Carolina.
Cf. F

F 67.0.
Oliver,Peter
E
James
302.6.O8.
Otis,
E207.P3.
Paterson,John
Pickering,Timothy

Putnam,

302.6.M7.

O'Brien, Jeremiah

L50l.6i.fi
faiwe.^'rlT.

207.M7.

Alexander
E 302.G.H2.

35

207. M9.

Reed, Joseph
E 302.6.R3.

i;

CONGRESS

OF

l.ir.i; Utt

REVOLUTION.
Tro"

M,

I I Ml

I' '.III.

itatei

The

the

in

revolution,etc.
ntinued

Continued.
,V8

Virginia.
!.

"

Clair,\rilnir
I''I

6.77-

ampbell,William

"

E207.C3.

Wayne, Anthony
.

JEM

Kb

E 201

Clark, G. R.

\\:r".

Boratio

""!""i iland.

Henry,

Patrick
i;

William
Ellery,
ne, Nathanael
E 2(l

Lee, R.

E 302.6.L4.

II.

Madison, James

lina.

E 342.

Mason, George

laden,( ihristopher

E 302.6.M45.

B 207.G2.

E 207.M5.

Mercer, Bugh

Laurens, Henry
E302.6.L8.
Marion.

Morgan, Daniel
E

Francis
E 207 .MS.

E207.M96.

Randolph,

i: 207 .M85.

Pinckney,C.

Kdmund
E 302.6.R18.

C.

Randolph, John

302.6.P55.

ledge,John
E

302.G.R2.
Washington, George

302.G.R9.

E312.

Sumter, Thoniaa
E 207. S95.

,V5

207.MS.

Muhlenberg, J. P. G.

William
lltrie,

Kut

302.6.H5.

E 332.
Jefferson,Thomas
10 207 I 17.
Lee, Charles

80!

I.

.W5

West

Indies.

Bermudas.

Vermont.
Allen.

Ethan

Auxiliaries. French

E207.A4.

Histories;
lists;
participation.
personal

Darrativea of soldiers and sailors,


etc.
E 207. L2.
yette, Marquisde

Englisharmy.
Tory regiments
nan
rmane

E 277.6

mercenaries.
in the American

I [essians.
army

Topi.

3G

E 269.G3.

Rochambeau.

UNITED

E
270

271

.P9

Princeton.

.Y2

Yale.

Naval

history.

Naval

Personal

Narratives

of sailors,

fleets in the West

French

Lives

of naval

leaders

British

Indies.

206-207.

E 231-239.

relatingto specialcampaign, battle,or regimentare


in E

classed

E
prisoners

231-239

or

263;

of German

mercenaries

to

be

268, of

281.

Narratives

of naval

Cf

service

203

Collections of

296

Anecdotes.

Loyalists. Treatment

source

271.

material

of tories.

and

Traitors.

Loyalistsin specialprovincesof Canada


277.6

Privateers.

operationsforming part,of militarymovements


narratives.
Diaries.

Narratives

277

i:

Colleges.

and

275

STATES

F 1036-39, 104 1-14, 1036-59.

Loyalistregiments.
Cf. English army

E 267.

Butler's rangers.

.B9
.M2

Maryland loyalists
regiment.
New
Jersey volunteers.
.Q6 Queen's rangers.
Individual
.N5

278

.04

Allen, Jolley.
Arnold, Benedict

.A4

.A7

Arnold's
Cart

.L5

Gilbert,Thomas.
Johnson, John.
Leonard, Daniel.

.M8

Moody,

J6
.

E 236.

treason

wright,Richard
F 1058.C.

.C4

.08

.S6

.09

Samuel.

.T9

.C7

279

280

E
Rogers, Robert
Ruggles, Timothy.

Chandler, John.
Christie,James.
Connolly, John.
Cornell,Samuel.

.C5

Secret

'urweu.

James.
199. R.

aFl.T.K.

Franklin,William
service.
Spies.

F137.F.

.W6

F 1058.S.
Simcoe, J. G.
Smyth, J. F. D.
Tuttle,Stephen.
Wilkins, Isaac.

Individual.
.A")

.H2

Wart
His captors: Paulding, Van
and "William*.
Andre, John.
Hale, Nathan.
Lists of prisoners.
Prisoners' narratives. Exchanges-

281

Prisons.

283

Hospitals. Biographies:Potts,Jonathan;

285

Celebrations.

etc.

Anniversaries.

Centennial celebration,
PhiladelphiaT 825.
286

Fourth
The

of

July.

observance

of the day.

of distinct local
of names,

etc.,are

Fourth

those
interest,
especially

classed

in P.

in F.

and

dresses
ad-

containinglists

Those classed here

by place,alphabetically.
Patriots'day, L9th of April E 231.
E 239.
Evacuation day
Monuments
and memorials, under
place

37

of July celebrations

are

arranged

CONGRESS

OF

i.ii-.i;UTS

Continued.

rkvolution

[Yophies.Flags.

Exhibitions.

Relics.

[Uustrath e matei ial.


etc.

Poetry,drama, ballads,longs,
Fiction.

Anecdotes.

Collectionsof source

| E 203

ill

"

n.irr.il

material and

Sermons, addre
if practicable.
ktionunder specific
subjectis to be preferred,
in E 215.4.
ill"' Boston massacre
i
i on
9.

Bumor.

REVOLUTION

TO

cellarj

301

1765

1865.

From

the

Prints.

Caricatures.

THE

WAR.

CIVIL

beginningof

the

revolution

to

the

close of the civil war.


movement
Blaveryand the anti-elavery
E
338-459.
of
Politicalhistory slavery

441-453.

E 183.7.
1783 L865
Diplomatichistory,
Northeast boundary question E 398.
Northern boundary F 551,597.
Northwest boundary F 880, 854.
Collected works of American
statesmen

302

King, Rufus
Lee, R. II.
Madison, .lames
Monroe, James
Paine, Thomas

John
Dickinson,

Franklin, Benjamin1
Uatin,Albert
Bamilton, Alexander
Jay, John
1765

1836.

.")

JC 177-178.

Pinkney, William
Washington,George

Politicalhistory. The

supremacy

312.

of the fathers

he

republic.
Collected.
Biography,
"f

revolutionary

Jefferson,Thomas

Adams, John
Adams, Samuel
Cobbett, William

.1

of t he

aere

of the Declaration of independence, collectively E 221.

leader- (especially
irolutionary
militarycommanders)
mnkUniana

are

206.

distributed as follows:

3747.
f Ufa

written

"

tin B-Z.

38

by himself, with

the

"

Essavs, humorous,

moral.

ll'.i;VRY

,\

i;

CONGRESS

""l

Continues

Individual
.

n,

Nathaniel.

iige.

,.

I.

i: I

Reed, Joseph.

R6

Rodni

'"II'

Madimn'fl

II I""

John.

mil.

Ml

Man hall

11

j:iIII ill

FM

"

l:.

Rutledge,John.

i::i

Si

M.

John
(
.

lair,Arthur

Ml.

i.

"

F 483.S.

ieorge.

Monroe, Jamet

Sawyer, Lemuel.
Sevier, John.

collected

Monroe's

Sherman, Roger.
Smith, Samuel.

workt in E 302 M.

Moore, Alfred F258.M.

.S6

Morris.

M8

Robert

Sumter,

Thomas

E 207.S95.

Mis. .I:i!

Tompkins, D. D.
Warren, Joseph

.T8

Paine, Thomaa
JC 177-178.

E 263.M4W.

Pateraon,John
E 207.P3.

Washington, Bushrod.
Washington,George

.W15

rson, William.

,P8

i: 312.

Timothy.
Pickering,
Pinckney,C. C.

,P5

IV,

E312.

Pinkney, William.
Plumer, William.

.W2

Webster, Pelatiah.

Porter,P. B.

.W5

Whipple, William.
Wirt.

William
i: 340.W79.

Quincy, Josiah (2d)


IQ.
Quincy, Josiah (3d)
E

,R18

1775

17

263.M

Yancey,

Bartletl
F 258.Y.

iontinental congresses,

Constitution. The

John.

Witherspoon,

.W

Randolph, Edmund.
Randolph,John.

R2

in

works

E 353.1.P8.

.07

lected
col-

Washington's

Pinckney, Thomas.
.P73

!"'69.8.

Strong,Caleb

M.prri.-." torn erneur.

M7

Articles ""fconfederation.

criticalperiod. Foreign relations, 17S3-

178
"lutiou

i:

Shays'rebellion,L786 L787 !"'69.


titutionalhistory JK ill 181.
Territorial questions. Cession of western

land

claims

genera]government by Mass.,Conn., X. Y., Ya.,


Northwest ordinance,1787.
Old

Northwesl

and

to
X.

the

C.

F292.B7.
-

1789

350

1812.

Diplomatichistory.
for diplomatichistory of spo-

40

(2d

41
Washington
George
p.
of
Washington.
Biography
E
312
General
works,
"

.1

Societies.

.15

Minor

works.

.17

Special.

contemporaries.

"

religion,

Relations

etc.

individuals.

or

Servants.

Family.

Ancestry.
Sulgrave

of

Calendars

"

Character,
classes
special

with

.19

Reminiscences

cdote

Ane

ed.)

(home

Manor

of

family

Wasmngton

in

England)
Publications

of

life

.2

Early

.23

Expeditions

1775.

to
to
in

the

1755-1754.

Ohio,

French

General

Indxan

and

of

accounts

pation
Partici-

war.

Braddock's

campaign,

199

.25

institution.

Sulgrave

period.

By

in

Washington
Military

the

revolution.

American

career

commander-in-cnief

as

1775-1783..
Cf

"27

2ul-298,

Itineraries,

.29

Period

.3

Death.

after

Presidency,

.45

Memorial

Home

"6

Anniversaries.

and

311-320.
services.

and

medals,
statues,

312.63

etc.

statues

in

F.

Mount

Birthplace.
estate.

works)

(General

etc.
and

naunts.

Washington

sermons,

312.5

monuments

"5

1789-1797,

addresses

Iconography.
Portraits,
Monuments,
Local

1783-1799.

publications.

Tomb,
.43

revolution

Funeral.

Funeral

"4

witn

F)

the

Memorial

(Headquarters

etc.

in

locality

revolution.

American

Tomb.

Vernon.
relics.

Washington
Memorials

Celebrations.

(since

18UU)
Washington's

Centennial

birthday.

tions,
celebra-

etc.
Funeral
E
"62

and

memorial

1799-180U,

services,

312.3

Addresses.

Sermons.

Lectures.

Essays

tions
(Collec-

312

Continued
.

"63

Addresses.

.65

Poetry.

Drama.

.66

Juvenile

literature.

.67

Miscellaneous.

of

Writings

(Single)

Essays

Fiction.

Washington.

Collected

.72

Partial

collections

.74

Special

collections

works

(By
of

(By

nature

date)
letters

of

general

date)

of

Collections

date)

(By

.7

.75

Lectures.

Sermons.

etc.

letters,

special

on

subjects.
By

subject,

A-Z.

Collections

of

Revolutionary
.76

Single

.77

Editions

.78

Rules

.79

Extracts.

.8

Diaries.

(By

letters
of
of

tne

Accounts

.83

Address

of
E

the
203

letter)

of

date

letters

spurious

date)

(By

civility.
Miscellaneous.

(By

Journals

Orderly
.81

letters

period,

books,

(Editions

of

diary)

230

date)

by

officers

to

date

of

tne

army,

15,

Marcn

1783.
.85

Circular

letter,
by

arranged
87

Farewell

June

place

address

to

"

1783

18,

(Editions

publication)

of
-cne

November

army,

2,

1783.
"9

Speecnes

and

.95

Farewell

address,

.99

Will

by

place
(Editions

as

messages

of

1796

publication)
by

date)

president

(By

date

(By
and

date)

secondarily

STATES

UNITED

northwestern

Wan

with

Bank

of the United

Biography

312

At

Foreign

313

of

Indians.

83.79.

HG

States,1791-1811

2525-2529.

Washington.

present the Library of Congress does not u le this number, bul lias a
specialcollection of "Washingtoniana"' which includes works by and
about

) "|

1789-1797.

administrations,

Washington's

311

Washington.
relations,

of 1793.
neutrality
proclamation
of British
garrisons from

Withdrawal

Adet.

of

posts. Embargo

Treaty

1794.

Yrujo.
Jay's treaty; signed Nov.

with

Genet.
western

Spain.

1795.

Casa

314

1794, ratified Aug.

British rightof search

1795.

E 357. 2.

Whisky insurrection in Pennsylvania, 1794.


Presidential campaign of 1796.

315
320

Adams'

321

1797

administration,

1801.

Washington selected as capital F


Biography of Adams.

322

collected works

Adams'

Troubles

323

with

conflicts.

Thomas,

claims
spoliation

Bainbridge, William
Barron, James
Barry, John
Dale, Richard

327

Alien

and

Jefferson's

74-75.

353.1. S8.

1798-1799.
rebellion,

331

238.F

335.D.
E

Fries

sedition

Presidential

JX

353.1.B2.

207.152.
E

326

Kentucky

before 1800

E 335. B.

Stewart, Charles

330

302.

letters."
''XYZ
Naval
France, 1796-1799.
Biographies:Decatur, Stephen, sr. ; Truxtun.

etc.

French

328

195.

laws, 1798.

and

Virginiaresolutions.
campaign of 1800.

administrations, 1801-1809.

E 357.2.
Impressment of American seamen
The "Chesapeake" affair E 357.3.
IbZ.I TtH
Biography of Jefferson.

332

Jefferson's collected

Purchase

333

of

E 302.

works

Louisiana,

1803.

Diplomatic

and

political

aspects.
For the
.7
334

Presidential
Burr's

regionpurchased,

see

campaign of

conspiracy,1805-1807.
Valley
Mississippi
Burr, Aaron

1' 353, 306.

E 302.6.B9.

Wilkinson, James

F 366-380

and

F 351-354.

1804.

E 353.1.W6.

41

Wilkinson's

participation.

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRAE?

Continued.
1809
Jefferson's administrations, 1801
subjectof
general
1801 is,""". The
will. Tripoli,

lations
re-

Biographies:
Barron,
veitfathe Barbary states.
etc.
E
dward;
Preble,
Richard
Noah,M.M.;
;
James; Dale,
with

War

A I

L.D29.

i: 353

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nr, 3t" I'll-

L.B2.

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William
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ii-

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Lawrence, Jam*

E 353 I
i: 353.1.88.

Rodgers,John
I

B 363.1.L4.

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harli

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E :;_"::.

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L800
Neutral trade and itsrestrictions,

French

1810.

spoli-

;it ions since I 800.

E 357.

"nth England, L797-1812


in Council

Orden

Berlin and

Embargo,

dei

Milan

HI

Mar.

text, and

Embargo
Presidential campaign of
acts:

HE

commerce

3027.1.

1 808.

CENTURY.

Collected works of American

of the

statesmen

period.

Clay, Henry.
Corwin,Tin. ma.-.

Adams, 1
Benton, T. H.
Buchanan, James.
Calhoun, J. C.
Choate, Rufus.
1811

1809.

effectson

NINETEENTH

EARLY

B.

rees.

Dec. L807

Everett, Edward.
Webster, Daniel.

Slaverycontroversy in politics.

1860.

Slavery

in

the l*. S. in its moral

and

Anti-masonic controversy, L827 L845

economic

aspects E 441-453.

BS 525-527.

Biography,( Collected.
"'!ID

Biography,Individual.
Adair. John

E353.1.A19.

Adams, J. Q.
Adams'

.C3

collected

works

in

I"

F621.C.

337.8 A

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Bancroft,Ge
Bell,John

Benton,T.
works

Bimey.J.
B8

Rufus.

Choate.

Choato's

Cf. E L75.5.B.
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Cass, Lewis.

Chambers,John

i: :;77.

collected

-works

E415.9.B4.

.C6

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Clay's collected

in E 337. 8.B.

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in E

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Clayton. J.

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Clingman, T.
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Calhoun,J. C.
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415.9.C6.

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i". p.

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E 337.8.C.

Jonathan.
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I' 301.

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Madison's collected works

Presidentialcampaign of 1812.

349

WAR

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1812.

Periodicals. Societies. Collections.


i i

ies of

eterans.

National convention of the soldiers""f the war of 1812.


Pennsylvaniaassociation ""f the defenders of the country.
\"-u England association ""f Boldiers of the war
of 1812.

27

convention of the soldiersof the

Jfork -'ad'

W\\

war

Patriotic societiesof descendants.


Societyof the war of 1812.
of the war of 1812.
Military society
ii
National societyof United States daughters of
Biography,( lollected.
.:?

and
Chieflymilitary
Statesmen
1
.

naval

leaders.

and politicians E 302.5-.6

and

Individual.
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Adair. John.
John
Armstrong,
E 302.6.A7.

.B2
B26

Bainhridge,William.
Barney Joshua.
.

1'.I

Barron,James
E335.B.
Biddle,Jam*
Brock, sir [aaac.
Brown, Jacob.
Lewis

Croghan,G"
1 dearborn,Henry
E
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catur, Stephen.

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339-340.

1812.

""f 1-12.

STATES

UNITED

works.

Comprehensive

354

customs, and general travels of the period E 1G5.

and

.Manner-

Indian

181 2-1815

wars,

Wattles.

and

Militaryoperations.Campaigns

355

83 8 12
.

Regional militaryhistory.

1
.

.2

campaigns. Hull's advance, and surrender of


Van
selaer
RensExpeditions under Hopkins and Harrison.
Dearborn
and Smyth at Niagara, Oct.-Nov.
at Lake Cham-

Northwestern

1812.

Detroit.

plain,Nov.
in

Harrison

1813.

.4

Northwest.

the

againslChesapeake
Wilkinson

Lake

on

Hampton

Lake

on

1st Creek
.6

attempt

Ontario

Dearborn

peditions
Ex-

and

Niagararegion.

the St. Lawrence.

83.813.

in the

Niagararegion. Capture

Baltimore.

on

Norfolk.

and

Champlain.
E

war

Brown

1814-15.

Bay

and

Perry'svictory.

Proctor.

McDonough

356

against New Orleans.


be used
(If preferredthis number
may

357

Political

of Washington and
Champlain.
dition
Expe-

Lake

on

for

classingin E 355.)
history,including controversy

battles,
cally,
alphabeti-

than

rather

with

England

since

1797.

.7

Of. E314, 33G, 336.5.


Right of search and impressment.
The
Chesapeake" affair.
Opposition of the New England Federalists.
Hartford convention, 1814.

.9

Effects of the

.2

''

.3
.6

359

The

American

army.

Regulars.

Pensioners.

Militarypensions,U. S. UB
Illinois military tract
F 547.
The states, etc.,and their

.8

The
Naval

Bounties.

(alphabetically).
participation

Canada.

.N6

Now

.G4

Georgia.

.N7

North

.K5

.02

Ohio.

..Ml'

Kentucky.
Maryland.

,P3

Pennsylvania,

.M3

Massachusetts.

.V3

Virginia.

British

New

OD

army.

the

Biographyof

Canadian

of

sailors.

ocean.

naval

leaders

V.

:;."":;:;:,:;.
1.

"Chesapeake" affair E :i""7.:',.


with militaryoperations B 355.
battlesin connection
Personal narratives.
Bailors'narratives
Prisoners' narratives

302

Carolina.

troops.
Narratives

Privateers.

Naval

301

York.

Jersey.

history.

battles

373.
MG.

.02

X !

300

war.

Diplomatichistory.
Armies.
Troops.

35S

Prisons.

Lists of

E 360.
B 362.

prisoners. Hospitals.
45

Naval

Continued.

1812

OF

WAR

Celebrations, Annivi

urns.

Poetry. Drama,

ttive matter.

CONGRESS

OF

i.ii:i;\i;y

etc.

(continued

,on's administrations
.

1815.
AJgeria,

wiili

War

general

in

itfonswiili the Barl

E 335.

E 353 L.D

\". ,Mir, Btephen


Presidentialcampaign of L816.
,

370

1825.

1817

administrations,

Monroe's

;71

L817-1818

Seminole war,

E 53 517.

Monroe.

Biographyof

E 302.

Monroe's collected works

compromise.

Missouri

agitationgrowing
political

slavery and

Earl) American

out

of it

146.
E 433.

Repeal of the Missouri compromise


F 161 175.

Missouri

37

Foreignrelations.

.IX l i_'"".
"nr- """ doctrine
Execution of Arbuthnot and Ambrister, 1818

Spanish treatyof 1819 and

cession of Florida

Presidential campaign of 1824.

375

between

of

corrupt bargain

Clay.

and

Adams

Charge

E 83.817.
F 314.

administration, 1825-1829.
Northeastern boundary dispute E 398.

J. Q. Adams'

:i7ti

Panama

congress
BF

Tariffof L828

1404.

L754.

377

Biographyof

380

Foreignrelatima, L825 L829 E 376.


Presidential campaign of 1828.

381

Jackson's

Adams.

administrations, 1829-1837.

Bank

of the United Suites

I'd Seminole

2d Greek

Presidential

B 83.836.

Jackson.

campaign

of 1832.

Nullification.
Tariff controversy III" L754.
ith Carolina politics.
1 7 7 r" L865
J.
K
R.
340.P77.
Poinsett,

.7

2525-2529.

398.

E 83.835.

war

war

Biographyof
384.3

HG

L816-1836

Northeastern boundary troubles


Black Hawk
E 83
war
Tariffof L833
HF
L754.

Removal

of

deposits.\'""te

of

F 273.

censure.

Expunging

resolu-

tions.
Hank

of the U. S. 181G-1836

HG

reignrelations.
D

3S5

war

Inst advance of U. S. troops F 390!


of independence, and recognitionby U. S.

Presidentialcampaign of 18
46

F 390.

UNITED

E
Van

386

Buren's

Movement

HB

HG

rebellion

destruction

Removal

of the Creek

case

390

Presidential

2535-2539.

Indians

Northeast

'

Biography of

of the Caroline

1032.

Van

boundary troubles

398.

447.

Buren.
of 1840.

campaign

Apr. 4,

1841.

of Harrison.

Explosionon frigate

Tyler's administration, Apr. 4, 1841-1845.

396

E 99. ( '9.

to the West

administration, Mar.

Biography

392

and

war

387

Harrison's

and

F 549. A4.

riot,1837

Amistad'

390.

3717.1837.

Independent treasury

"

of Texas

Canadian

Aroostook

391

E 83.835.

1835-1842

war,

for annexation

of 1837

Alton

administration, 1837-1841.

2d Seminole

Panic

STATES

Princeton, 1844.
Dorr 's rebellion

Question of
Bank

F 83.4.

the annexation

HF

Tariff

Biography of Tyler.

398

Northeastern

390.

disputes since

boundary
Ashburton

war.

Presidential

2525-2539.

The

1783.

took
Aroos-

treaty.
of 1844.

campaign
WAR

WITH

MEXICO.

Collections.

Periodicals.

401

1754.

397

400

of Texas

of the U. S. (attempt to re-establish) HG

Societies.
.1

Aztec

club

of 1847.

.3

National

.34

Michigan association

.36 Ohio

of veterans

state association of Mexican

Dames

.7

association of veterans

of the Mexican

of the
war

war

war.

with

Mexico.

veterans.

of 1846.

Biography,Collected.

403

Chieflymilitary and
E
.

and

339-340

naval

leaders.

politicians

Statesmen

and

Fremont,

J. ('.

415.8-.9.

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Baker,

E.

D.

E-WM.d^.

E 415.9.F8.

E467.1.B16.

Beale,E. F.

Gaines, E. P.

F 593.B.

.B9

Butler,W. O.

.C7

Conner, David.

E 353.1.G14.

Geary, T. W.
E

Croghan, George
E353.1.C8.

.H2

Hamer, T.

.K2

E467.1.D26.

Harney,W. S.
Kearney, S. W.
Lane, Joseph E

W.

Perry, M. C.

E467.1.C97.
Curtis,S.R.
Davis, Jefferson
.D6

Doniphan,
DuPont,

S.

A.

Pierce, Franklin

F.
E 467.1.D9.

47

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167.1.G29.

L.

Pillow,G. J.

E 181.H.

415.9.L2.
182. IV
E 432.

MEXICO.

WITH

WAR

CONGRESS

OF

i ii-.i;\i;y

"IiV.

103

Continued.

11 11 11 \ idual

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\.

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167.1.847.

Shields,Jam"

R. P.

Taylor,Zachary
Twiggs, D. E.
Wool, J. E.

Scott,Winfield.
Semmee, Raphael

si

Bloat,J. I).
Smith, P. I'.

.86

E 422.

wot]
lomprehensive
Military
operations.Campaigns.

in i
in:,

campaign, 1846
Taylor's

Palo Alto, Resaca de la Palma, Monterey, Buena


upationof New Mexico and California.

Vista.

Kearney, Doniphan,Sloat,Stockton.
Cf. F 800, F 864.

campaign.

.1 chihuahua

Wool's
.6

march

Antonio

from San

to Saltillo.

Scott's campaign, 1*47.

Cruz, Cerro Gordo, Contreras, Churubusco, Molino

Vera

106

Rej Chapultepec,Mexico.
be used
this number
(Ifpreferred,
may

107

Politicalhistory. ( lauses.

del

405.)

annexation of Texas

F 390.

rather than

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boundary F 786.
purchase,L853 F

ucao

Isden

Armies.

409

The

Pensioners.

5
"

The

Bounties.

frewYork.

I'*i

Districtof Columbia.

.Nil

'i

Illinois.

.P3

Pennsylvania.

17

Indiana.

,S7

South

M2

Maryland.

Carolina.

army.

history. Narratives of sailors,


raphy of
in
Operations

11 1

786.

Militarypensions,(J. s. UB 373.
states and their participation
(alphabetically).

The Mexican
Naval

Guadalupe Hidalgo.

army.

Regulars.

of

battles,
alphabetically,

Troops.
American

2
.

lit'

ami

in
classing

Diplomatichistory. Treaty

108

for

naval

leaden

connection with

103 W3.1.

military
campaigns

Personal narratives.
narratives

E 410.
I". 112.

112

Prisons.

113

Celebrations. Anniversarii

115

Illustrative

Hospitals.
terans
matter.

E 401.

Poetry. Drama,
48

etc.

E405.

UNITED

K
MIDDLE

Collected

415.6

NINETEENTH

writingsof

CENTURY.

of the

statesmen

Seward, W. H.
Sumner, Charles.
Tilden, S. J.

Toombs,

Johnson, Andrew.
Lincoln, Abraham

From

1845-1870.

Civil
the

Mexican

war

outbreak

to

to the territories.
with

American
Cuban

R.

A.

E 457.91.

of

Mexican

Political aspects of the

war.

Wars

period.

Phillips,Wendell.
Pierce, Franklin.

Belmont, August.
Dana, R. H.
Dickinson, D. S.
Field, D. D.
Foote, H. S.

415.7

I!

STATES

party

to

Extension

415.9

of

Squatter sovereignty.
JK
F

Indians, 1847-1865

E 83.84.

2341.
1783.

Biography.
8

end

Collected.^
Military leaders of the Mexican
Military leaders of the Civil war
Individual.

war

of

the

slaveryquestion from

Emancipation.

the Pacific coast

question

war

403^103.1.

467-^167.1.

slavery

NINETEENTH

MIDDLE
1845

Civil war.

CENTURY.

outbreak of Mexican

From

1870.

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

of the

end

to

wrar

etc.

Biography.
Continued.

[ndividual

Fillmore, Millard
Fish, Hamilton
I.

Floyd,

i, ii

ollectod works

.L7

E I

.1. A.
,."1,1.

GiddingB,.1. II.

(II

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Gilbert,W.

in E

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F 685.L.

Joseph.

Lawrence, A A.
Lawrence, W. B.
Lieber, Francis.
E457.
Lincoln,Abraham
Ma. lay, W. B.
Martin, M. L. F 586.M.
.

ison, -I. M.

.M3

Maury, D. H.
Mi-mminger, C. G.
Meredith, \V. M.
Mnurhead, J. K.
Morehead, J. M.

.M8

675.

Ills

Morrill,J. S.

Hale, .1. P.
Hallock,Gerard.

Morton, O. P.

Hamlin, Hannibal.

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Harris

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in E 415.6.S.
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Sevmour, Horatio.
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E 340.15.
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Jenckes,'I'.A.
E 667.
Johnson,Andrew
Johnson,Joseph F 230.J.

432.

F389.R.

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E

Pomeroy, S. C.
Quitman. J. A.
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Rusk, T.J.

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G. H.

Pendleton.

martial,

Harri-. 1 "i.
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F124.P.

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court

1865

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E 506.M.
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E 664. Ms.

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1856,

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1854.

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the

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1857.

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CENTURY

NINETEENTH

MIDDLE

1526.

83.857.
r-

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question,

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E

457.4.

451.

of

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450.

1858

1860.

1860-Mar.

cextairj

8. B.

337.

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campaign
tin-

Lecompton

debates,

Brown

.IdIiii

1783.

works

decision,

Lincobi-Douglas

Presidential

82G.

Buchanan.

Buchanan's

138

WW

E83.858.

is.;:,

1857-1859

question

!uban

Biography

137

1857

rebellion,

Mormon
"

war,

at

4,

compromise.

1861.

Secession
Peace

confer-

of

UNITED

i:
IN

SLAVERY

U.

THE

STATES

S.

i:

ANTI-SLAVERY

MOVEMENTS.

Cf. E 338 Political history,1811-1860, also the various aspects of the slaveryquestion
in

E 301-459, especially
373, 407, 415.7, 416, 423, 433, 438, 440.5.
politics

Slavery in general and


General

works

and

war,

the

race

works.

441

General

442

The

443

Slave

444

Personal

the slave trade

issue

E 185.

Histories.
Slave

markets

of slaves and

masters.

internal slave trade.


life.

Duties

narratives

of slaves.

Cf. Biography of negroes


445

Slaveryby
.A3

IIT.

the Negroes in the U. S.,including Negroessince the civil

on

and

auctions.

Overseers.

Biography.

E 185.97.

(alphabetically).

states
Alabama.

Negroes in Alabama
E

.07

Connecticut.

.D3

Delaware.

185.93.A3.

.D6

District of Columbia.

.G3

Georgia.
Negroes in Georgia

.12

Illinois.

.K5

Kentucky.

.L8

Louisiana.

185.93.G4.

Negroes in Louisiana
E

.M3

Maryland.
Negroes

in

Maryland
E

.M4

185.93. L6.

185.93. MJ.

Massachusetts.

Negroes in

Massachusetts
E

185.93.

m.

.M6

Mississippi.
Negroes in Mississippi

.M67

Missouri.

E 185.93.M6.

Negroes

in

Missouri
E 185.93.M7.

I Hi

Historyto about 1830.


movements.
anti-slavery
Ordinance

of 1787

Limey, J. G.

Important events.

Early

E 309.

E 373.

Slave

Amistad, etc.)Sea a\*c


Historyof

revive slave trade,

E 340.B6.

Missouri compromise

447

Attempts to

insurrections.

Slave

ships (Creole

D.aiS

singleinsurrection in

insurrection (Nat Turner)

53

local

F 232. S7.

e.
history,

g.,

Southampton

I is

\ 11 m

Colonization.

"

U.

THE

IN

si.avkry

L.; Jay,

\V.

Wendell;
Lucretia; Phillips,

etc.

Mrs.

Mott,

.,,":

Garrison,
deric"|

Dougl

,,,.

allil'latcd

BOCietj and

Period of abolition agitation.

L863.

I
.

Continued.

S.

colonization

11

t i.:i

CONGRESS

OF

[JBRAR1

i:

the slaveryquestion B 338 459.


E

Charles

Sumner,

B .'.77.

1 Q

adan

115

F 123.H.

Bolley,Myron

I 549.A4.
B 340 I
le,Thomas
.1
B
H5.9.H15.
P.
Hale,

"

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of
Sompromise

llii.

is:"""

E 457.

Lincoln,Abraham
l.'.n

Fugitiveslaves. Anthony Burns case in Boston; Christiana


riot (trial
of Hanway and others for assault onGorsuch);
Slaves

in

the

railroad.
j:"i

123.

115.9.G4.

Qiddings,1

negro citizens

over

F 273.

L845
of the latterstate,

Wilmol

Massachusetts

South Carolina and

Disputebetween

free

Personal

HarpersFerry raid.
John Brown
Slav.--, and

"

ml

John

in Kansas

Dred

states.

Scott

libertyJaws.

Brown.

slaveryquestionin the
Emancipation. Slavery in

civil

tlu1

matter

1""" ul is classed

."nl\

the (J. S. in

general,and

in K

liera in the "i\il

edmen.

Freedmen's

war

bureau

the

540.
E

race

115

54

nr

IS5.D3.

question

N3; 585.N3.

185. 'J.

Port Royal mission,


S. C. E L85.93.S7.
b -15th amendments
t" the ('(institution

bands."
"Contra-

war.

the C. S. A.

ground
Under-

case.

JK

169.

185.

THE

CIVIL

I8bI-ISb\

WAR,

Lincoln's

456

administrations,

Election

and

with

Wars

Indian

campaign
Dakota

Indians,
E

1863-1865

wars,

of 1864

of Lincoln.

Biography

457

preceding inauguration

events

Presidential

2
.

83.86.

83.863.

works

country,

Lincoln

statesman

as

By period: v,
Early life to

457.

1861.

Antecedents.
and

Life in

parents.

Kentucky

Black

Hawk

Illinois

war.

(1830-1846).
legislature.Professional career.
LincolnIn national
politics.Congressional service.
Journey
Douglas debates. In the campaign of 1860.

Washington.

(1846-1861).
E

slaveryquestion
campaign

Presidential

State of the country,

Presidency
Civil

war

Death

456-655.

The

Memorial

abroad.

Guard

Funeral

I.o.al

of 1864

45S.1.

Surratt,

conspirators (Booth,

Lincoln.

Burial.

Lincoln

B 440. 5.

1SH1

Funeral
services

Statues.

tomb,

throughout

of honor.

sermons

monuments

journey

Springfield.

.63

Tomb.

Life and
statues

Caricatures.

death

masks.

Portraits.

E 457.52.
in

F;

e.

Satirical and
55

TV

and

457. 8.

111.
Springfield,
and

to

the country

g. Lincoln statue

F203.4.L.

Cartoons.

otc.)

trials.

of

Monuments.

E 440.

Nov., 1860-Mar.,

campaign

Assassination.
Their

449, 415. 7.

of 1860

457, 458, 459.

Presidential

.6

549. S7.

(To 1830).
Illinois.

in

years

The

.52

and

Family

Indiana.

First

to

.5

president.

456, 458-459.

Personal
reminiscences
of
relatingto Lincoln.
contemporaries (not includingformal biographies).
Special. Character, Kindness, Religion,Literary art, etc.
Relations
with specialclasses;as Jews, private soldiers,
Attitude
toward
Lincoln
etc.
slavery,temperance, etc.
a
as
lawyer.

.35

(including campaign

as

1861-1865

Campaign biographies E 457.


in Springfield,
Lincoln's
home
111.
32

440-440.5.

Anecdotes

Lincoln

.3

1862-1863

biographies 1860, 1864).


15

458.4.

Comprehensive

Political history of the


.

15, 1865.

1861-Apr.

comic

works.

in Washington.

,ii\
,

CONGR]

OF

l.ll-i; im

I.

Continued.

of Lincoln,etc.

Mu eums.
Lincoln relic
Memorials (since 1865 only;
Annivei
[ebrations.
Lincoln day;
fun. t:.I and memorial services in E 157.52);

centennials.

Essays. (Those delivered


[nation;those before Apr. L865 in E 440,

157

Lectures.

Sermons,

\,|(|n.

158.1

or

:i;ilremini

167. 15.

Fiction.

Poetry. Drama.

Writings of Lincoln.
Collected works (Bj date).
Q]
Partial editions (By date).
Selected works.
.92

Separateworks.
e. g. Lincoln's Cooper
ificationbyeubjecl isto be preferred;
E 453;
in
E
instituteaddress
438; Emancipation proclamation,

etc.

(By date).
etc. (By
Addresses,lectures,

State papers

debates, E
Lincoln-Douglas
and

Singlelet t its

Letters.

date).

457.4.

specialcollections.

Miscellaneous.

anecdotes,axioms, brief extracts, etc.,attributed


Stories,
to Lincoln
(alphabetically
by editor or title).
158

Contemporary politicalhistory.
North

between

the I

and

South, and

questionsat issue
Including
of
also tbe internal politics

etc. Collections covering


more
Treatises,
addresses,

Materia]

publishedafter the
E

Bermons

i
.

close of the war,

than

single
year.

in E 459; addresses

and

649-650.

Foreignpublic opinion
Mar. I Dec. 31, 1861.

469.8.

Cf. E 440 5: Nov. L860-Mar. 4, 1861.

1862.
.:;

1863.

1864.

Emancipation
.

453.

Presidential campaign ""f 1864,including


campaign literature.

graphy ofMcCleUan
Jan.

Union

May

E 467.1.M2.

in the South.

Refugi
sympathizersin the North.
Conspiracies.Disthe
loyal organizations.Knights of
ete.
golden circle,
Prisoners of state.
Suspensionof the writ of habeas corpus.
Harris court-martial,
L865.
(Cf.E U5.9.H28.)
men

ofederate

S16.

Vallandigham,I

I.

U5

5G

9 V2.

UNITED

1
Political

1T)9

history of

the

STATES

civil

(Publications since May


etc., E 649-650.)
HISTORY
4G1

Periodicals.

462

Societies of veterans, etc.

periodicals

Confederate

Confederate
1

Grand

.15
.

societies

of the Grand

National

Sons of veterans

99

Other

association of naval

during the

league clubs

Collections.

HS

Collected

war

nurses

E 608.

621.

Loyal publicationsociety.
"oe.i*T^fa
read
before
Loyal
Papers

war.

2725.

works.

A. R., etc.

Collections
Anecdotes

of politicalpamphlets E
of the civil

Confederate

collections

Biography,Collected.

458-459.

E 655.

war

484.

Union

Rolls of collegemen

in the

and
war

Confederate.
541, 586.

E 621.

Prisoners of

signalcorps association

association of civil

Patriotic societies

Nurses

States.

E 493.9.

States veteran

National

G.
legion,

veterans.

of tb" \ United

First defenders

Union

States.

societies,
alphabetically.

United

483.

467

464

482.

463

WAR.

of the republic.
army
Militaryorder of the loyallegionof the United
Union veteran
legionof the United States.

17

CIVIL

only; addresses, sermons,

relief corps.

Woman's
Ladies

Treatises

of the republic.

army

war.

18G5.

THE

OF

war

611-616.

Biography,Individual.
Chiefly for

lives of commanders
and
other officers. Biography of
politicalleaders preferably E 415.9 (except a few like Davis,
in the war).
culminated
Stanton, and Benjamin, whose careers
Regimental officers and privateswith their regiments E 495-582.

Personal

4r

narratives of

war

"E"a\\e^,
Tlv

57

service

E 601-605.

ln.li\ idual
iliy,

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OF

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McCulloch, Ben.

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Grant,D\ S. E 672.
Green, Thomas.
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Hampton, Wade 3d
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E L81.H.
Barney, \\
Harrison,Benjamin
-

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117

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Miller, M.S.
Mitchel, (").M.

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Moore, Alexander.
E 664.M7.
Morgan, J.T.

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Payne. W.

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Pendleton, W.

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Pickett. G. E.

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Hooker,Joseph.
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Meade, G. G.

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E G87.
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J. N.
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Floyd,J. B.

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libb

WAR.

CIVIL

THE

OF

TORY

CONGRESS

OF

\\:\

ttinued.

Mil.

by region.
Eastern border "tat"

Imi
Opii.it
I7n

Maryland,Districtof Columbia,and Pennsylvania.


tanyof the James, \rmy""f the Potomac, Armyoi Virginia,
(C. B. A
Army of northern Virginia
narrative of service in the Army of the
\ personal
i;
una,

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E -170.2.

be classed in E 601 rather than


.:{
t

Shenandoah Valley.
Western border states.

Valley (W. Va., Ky.,


Valley and central Mississippi
Tenn.,0., End., 111.,Mo., Ark.). Army of West Virginia.
( Kierrillas.
Border warfare.
Ohio

,46
.:,

valleys. Chattanooga

Tenneasee

and

Cumberland

region.
of the Cumberland

Annies

Tenness

,6

A.)

South.

Lower

tea

of X. C, 8. C, Ga., and regionwest.)

Sherman's

.65

march

line.

Atlantic coast

South

476.69.

and blockade
Naval operations

.7

running

591-600.

(Kla.. Ala.. Miss.. La., Tex.)

Gulf States.

of the Gulf.)

ietyof the army and navy


and blockade
Naval operations
.8

running

591-600.

Mississippi
Valley.
region.
Traus-Mississippi
(Tex., Ind. Ter., Kan., N. Mex., etc.)
frontier of U. S.
Confederates

Northern
S(
'.71

t7s

of

Army

the Tennessee.

and

in

Canada.

Albans raid.
.

and

Special campaigns

battles.

classificationfollows that used in "The

This

compilationof

federate armies," series I, volumes


The

volume

number
-

the

records
Tin-

student of

here

in E

(71

in

in

rhat

work

campaign

478, but

raphy of Leaden
armies

(111 parts).
angular brack-

where

the

sponding
corre-

found.
will

seek

his material

not

only

in

Militaryoperations
by legion E
ryot

and

I-LIII

right-handmargin,in

volume

are

of the rebellion:

war

the officialrecords of the Union

470.2-170.95.

E 467.1.

470.2-470.95.

and brigades
Historyof corps, divisions,
of
History regime]
551 -"
""37,

E 493. 547.

military histories,and

Comprehensive histories of
d narratives

60

the

memoirs

war

of combatants

of commanders

468.

601, 605.

UNITED

E
471-478

Special campaigns

STATES
battles

and

Continued.

"

regiment in a particularcampaign or battle is


The literature
classed in E 471-478,rather than E 495-582.
of the national military parks (Chickamauga and Chattanooga,
is
with
classed
Gettysburg,Vicksburg,etc.) regularly
works dealingwith the battlefield.
the battle;also descriptive
Cf. local guide books in F, e.g. Chattanooga F444.C4.
Naval
are
operationsin connection with militarymovements

A history of

Opening
.1

20, 1860-Apr. 14*1861.


(Fort Sumter.)

Dec.

Harbor
5

Other

"v.

events.

C,

S.

E 591.

rather than

classed in E 471-478
471

southern

i"

Charleston

states.

Cf. General

political
historyE 440.5, E 458.1,

E 551-582.
.51
52

53

"

54

.55
.56
57
.

472. 1

13
.

14

16

.17
18

Ga., Jan. 3-26, 1861.


Ala. and Miss.,Jan. 4-20, 1861.
Fla.,Jan. 6-Aug. 31 1861.
N. C, Jan. 9-May 20, 1861.
La., Jan. 10-Feb. 19, 1861.
Tex. and N. Mex., Feb. 1-June 11, 1861.
Ark., Ind. Ter.,Mo., Feb. 7-May 9, 1861.
Mi., Pa., Va., and W. Va., Apr. 16-July31, 1861.
"v. 2"
,

Conflict between

Bull

Run

S. troops and

in Baltimore,

mob

Ter.. May

Ind.

and

(1stBull Run,

16-22.

campaign,July

July 22.)
Mo., Ark., Kan.

472.2

U.

Apr. 19.
Engagement at Big Bethel, June 10.
Operations in Shenandoah
Valley,July 2-25.
in
We^t
Virginia,July 6-17.
Campaign

10-Nov.

1861.
23

25
.

28

472.3

"v.

Battle of Wilson's

Creek, Aug. 10.


Lexington,Mo., Sept.13-20.
Engagement at Belmont, Mo. and demonstration
from Paducah
upon Columbus, Ky., Nov. 7.
1,
Tex., N. Mex. and Ariz.. June 11, 1861-Feb.
Siege of

"v. 4"

1862.
.

32

Skirmish

472.5

of Fort

Mesilla,evacuation

at

and surrender
June
472. 4

19,

3"

of Union

Fillmore

forces at San Augustine,

25-27.

Ky. and Tenn., July 1-Nov. 19, 1861.


N. C, and southeastern Va., Aug. 1,

lsill Jan.

11.

Aug. 1, 1861-Mar.

17,

1862.
472. 6

Md.,

northern

Va. and

\Y. Va..

"v. 5"

1862.
.63

Operations

on

the

Potomac

including
engagemenl
near

472.7

Coasts of S. C, Ga..

Bombardment
10-11.

Gl

mar

LeeeblUg,Va..

Ball's Bluff and

action

Ferry,Oct. 21-24.

Edward's

and'middle

21, 1861-Apr. 11, 1862.


.79

at

and

and

east

Fla..

A.ug.

"i"
capture of Fort Pulaski, Apr.
"v.

1,1

;,

sp.nai

CIVIL

HISTORY

OF

THE

caiiipai^ns

and

battles

\\,.

WAR.

Continued.
Miss, and

southern A In., southern

II;,

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

La.,

12, 1862.

L861 May

Bept. I.

and capture of Forts Jackson and


ol New Orleans by
occupation

Bombardmenl

and
Philip

Saint

the Union forces Apr. L8-May I


Butler's governmenl after
.

K"

.,

Term., north Ala. and


M;ir

Isii!

conquest

510.

Va.,Nov. L9,

southwest

E. Carroll's claim.

Anna

t, 1862.

"v.

Benry, Tenn., Feb.

itureol I "it

l'onelson,Tenn., Feb.

and capture of Fort

!"7
.

7"

6.

L6.
473. 1

19, 1861-Apr.

Ind. Ter., Nov.

Mo., Ark., Kan., and

"v. 8"

Kt. 1862.

18

Madrid, Mo.,

at New
Operations
descent

10, and

No.

City, Tenn., Feb.

Union

upon

Island

and

28 Apr. 8.
17

Battle of Pea

Southeastern

473.2

Ridge.
in Hampton

engagement
"17

.31
:'.i
.

17:'..
4

16

473. 5

52

.55

11-Mar.

Va., Jan.

(Naval

17, 1862.

Roads.)

N. C, Jan. 1 L-Aug.20, 1862. (d apt


ur^
le mi' Roanoke
Island, Feb. 8.

"v. 9"

"" "\*a\t\"

of New

Berne, Mar. 14.


X. Mex., and Ariz.,Feb. 1-Sept. 20, 1862.
Tex
Oal. ihrough Ariz, to
Expedition from southern
northwestern
Texas
and X. Mex., Apr. 13-Sept.
I'll. (California column.)
west
Ky., Tenn., northern Miss.,northern Ala.,and south1862.
Va.. Mar. 4-June
10,
"v. 10"
Cumberland
Gap campaign, Mar. 28-June 18.
Battle of Shiloh,Apr. 6-7.
Battle
.

Raid

line

Confederate

on

of

communication

between

Chattanooga, Tenn., and Marietta,


Ga.,Apr. 7-12. (Andrews' railroad raid.)

56

"

Advance

siegeof

and

upon

of the Confederate
Attack
47:1. i;

on

Corinth

and

pursuit

forces,Apr. 29-June

Chattanooga,Tenn.,

June

10.

7-8.

Peninsular campaign, Va.. Mar. 17-Sept. 2, 1862.

"v. 11"
61

"

.64

Siegeof Yorktown, Apr. 5-May 4.


Battle of Williamsburg,
May 5.
"
of Norfolk and Portsmouth, May
Occupation
Battle of Fair Oaks. May 31-June
Stuart's
i

Mill.

raid. June

Malvern
Glendale,

25-July
Hill.)

Va., \V. Va.. and

Md..

1862.
"

Mar.

1.

(Gaines'

17-Sept. 2,
"v.

72

Battle of Kernstown.

74

Operations in
June

1.

13-15.

days' battles, June

Northern

17.

62

the

10.

12"

Mai
Shenandoah

Valley, May

15-

471-478

STATES

UNITED

Special campaigns

and

battles.

Northern
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.77

Va.. W.

Va., and

Continued.

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Mountain, Aug. 9.
Va., Aug. 16-Sept. 21.
Chantilly.)

in northern

Fitz-John

772

Md.

of Cedar

Battle

Campaign

Bull Run,
.

Porter

ease.

Mo., Ark., Kan., Ind. Ter., and


Northwest, Apr. 10-Nov. 20,

473.8

Sioux
473. 9

.96
474.1

the

Dept.
"v.

1862.

of the

13"

83.86.

Coasts of S. C, Ga., and

12, 1862-June
92

war

(2d

middle

and

Fla.,Apr.

east

11, 1863.

"v.

14"

Engagement at SecessionviDe,S. C, June 16.


Engagement in Charleston Harbor, Apr. 7.
"West Fla., southern
Ala., southern Miss, and La.,
May 12, 1862-May 14, 1863.
Tex., N. Mex. and Ariz.. Sept. 20, IS62 May 14,
1863.

"v.

.11

Operationsagainst Vicksburg,Miss.,

.17

Rouge, La., May 18-Aug. 6.


Operationsagainst and about

Port

and

15"
Baton
Mar.

Hudson.

7-27.
18

474. 3

32
.

.34

37

38
.

39

474.4

Operations in west La., Apr. 9-May 14.


west
Ky., middle and east Tenn., north Ala.,and southVa., June 10-Oct. 31, 1862.
"v. 16"
Morgan's firstKy. raid,July 4-28.
Action

at

and

surrender

of

Murfreesborough,

Tenn., July 13.


Battle of Richmond,

Ky., Aug. 30.


of Cumberland
Gap., Sept. 17-Oct. 3.
Battle of Perryville,Ky., Oct. 8.
northern
and
West Tenn.
10, 1862Miss., June
Evacuation

.46

Jan. 20, 1863.


"v. 17"
Engagement at Iuka, Miss.,Sept. 19.
federate
Battle of Corinth, Miss., and pursuit of the ConOct.
3-12.
forces,
Forrest's expedition into west
Tenn., Dec. 15-

.47

OperationsagainstVicksburg,

.48

Post
Expedition against Arkansas
in
and
Ark.,
operations
man,

42

.44

Jan. 2.
Dec.

20-Jan.
or

Fort

2.
Ilind-

vicinity,

that

Jan. 4-17.
N. C. and

474.5

southeastern

Va..

Aug. 20, 1862

June

::,

"v. 18"
to
Berne
Expedition from New
Goldeborough,
N. C, Dec. 11-20, 1862.
Sic^o of Washington, N. C, and pursuit of the
Confederate forces,Mar. 30-Apr. 20, 1863.
1863.

.52

.55

Northern

474.6

Va.,

\V.

Ya..

Md.

and

Pa., Sept. 3-

Nov. 14, 1862.


.61
.65

67

The

"v.

19"

Maryland campaign, Sept.3 20.

Battle of An tietam.

Antietam

Stuart's expedition into Md.

63

and

national

Pa., Oct.

tery.
ceme-

9-12.

HISTORY

178

WAR.

CIVIL

THE

OF

I ONGRES

OF

LIBRARY

Continued.

Specialcampaign!and battlei

middle and easl Tenn., n-Ttli Ala.,and southNov. I. L862 Jan. 20, 1863. "v. 20"
.

Morgan'i2d Kj raid,Dec. 22 Jan. 2.


The Stone's River or Murfreesborough,Tenn.,
tnpaign,Dec, 26 Jan. 5.
8

\ a., Dec.
Fredericksburg,

I,- of

0 L862

Northwi
SioUX

Dec.31,1863."v.22"

,92

tieof PrairieGrove, Ark..

,96

of Union forces upon

advance

47".. 1

into Kan.

raid
Quantrill's

forces,Aug.
98
.

I """"".7, 1862.

Little Rock, Ark.,

1 Sept.14, 1863.

An-.

,97

raid
Shelby'fl

is

23-July7.
Morgan'sraid

Middle

pursuitby

and

or

Tullahoma

26.

west
south-

"v. 23"

21-Aug. 10, 1863.

Tenn.

Union

Mo., Sept. 22-Oct.

Tenn., north Ala. and

ca*t

Va.. Jan.

The

and

20-28.

in Ark.

and

Ky.. middle

lij

475 2

L5.

E 8

Hakota.

war,

11

the Dept. of the

[nd. Ter. and

\rk., Kan.,

Pa., Nov.
15,
"v. 21"

Va., W. Va., Md., and


Jan. 25, If

Northern

campaign, June

Ky., Ind.. and Ohio, July 2-26.


in Ark.
Tenn., including operations
with the siegeof Vicksburg,
and La. connoted
Jan. 20-Aug.10, 1863.
"v. 24"

Miss, and

22

in

west

Feb. 24-Apr. 8.
Pass expedition,

Yazoo

Grierson'e raid from

La

Grange, Tenn.,

Rouge, La., Apr. 17-May 2.


Battle of Port Gibson,Miss.,May
of Champion'sHill,May

Battle
_.""

of

to

Baton

1.
16.

Miss., May 19-July 4.


Vicksburg,

The Jackson.
Northern

Miss., campaign, July 5-25.


Va., W. Va., Md. and Pa., Jan.

26-

June 3, L863.
"v. 25"
The Chancellorsville campaign. Apr. 27-May 6.
The Stoneman raid. Apr. 29-May 7.
Wesl

Fla.,southern Ala., southern Miss.. La. (excepting


those
with
the
connected
operations
of
T
ex.
and
Mex..
N.
Vicksburg),
May 14ge
26"

"v.
"

42

N.

C,

of Port
W.

Va.,

La., May 21-July 8.


Va., Md., Pa., 'and Dept.

Hudson.

st,June 3-Aug. 3, 1863.


Drafl riots in New York

of

the

"v. 27"

City,June

13-16,

F 128.44
""''
"

The

Gettysburg
campaign,June 3-Aug.
Gettysburg.

1.

Rattle of

sburg

national

National

cemetery.

Dedication,

monument.

national militarypark. State,regiGettysburg


mental
and
of the

t.j

other monuments.

(If accounts

battle art' included class in E 475.53.)

STATES

UNITED

E
471-478

Specialcampaigns
-175. G

and

battles

June
63

Continued.

Coasts of S. C. and

.t"2.S^'ft^4
.

"

12-Dec.

Ga. and

middle

and

east

31, 1863.

Fla.,

"v. 28"

Morris Island, S. C, July 10(Battery Wagner.)


Bombardment
of Fort Sumter, Aug. 17-Dec. 31.
Engagement in Charleston Harbor, Sept. 7-8.
N. C, Va., W. Va., Md., and Pa., Aug. 4-Dec. 31,

Operationson
Sept. 7.

65

68

475. 7

1863.
75

76

78

475.8

.81

85
.

87

.88

"v. 29"

Bristoe,Va., campaign, Oct. 9-22.


Expeditions from Beverly and Charleston against
Lewisburg, W. Va., Nov. 1-17.
Mine
Run, Va., campaign, Nov. 26-Dec. 2.
Ky., southwest Va., Tenn., Miss., north Ala.,and
north Ga., Aug. 11-Oct. 19, 1863.
"v. 30"
Chickamau^a
campaign,
Aug.
16-Sept. 22.
(Chickamauga-Chattanooga national park.)
East Tenn.
campaign, Aug. 16-Oct. 19.
Wheeler
and Roddey's raid,Sept. 30-Oct. 17.
Chalmer's
raid in west
Tenn. and northern Miss.,
The

Oct. 4-17.
475.9

92

Ky., southwest Va., Tenn., Miss.,north Ala., and


north Ga., Oct. 20-Dec. 31, 1863.
"v. 31"
ing
Reopening of the Tenn. River, Oct. 26-29, includskirmish at Brown's Ferry and engagement
at

.94
97
.

476. 1

.14

.17

476.2

Wauhatchie,Tenn.

Knoxville, Tenn., campaign, Nov. 4-Dec. 23.


23-27.
Chattanooga-Ringgold campaign, Nov.
(Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge.)
Ky., southwest Va., Tenn., Miss.,Ala., and north
"v. 32"
Ga., Jan. 1-Apr. 30, 1864.
The Meridian, Miss.,expedition and cooperating
expeditions from Memphis and up the Yazoo
River, Feb. 3-Mar. 6.
and
Tenn.
Forrest's expedition into west
Ky.,
Mar. 16-Apr. 14.
(Fort Pillow.)
N. C, Va., W. Va., Md., and Pa., Jan. 1-Apr. 30,
"v. 33"

1864.

Expedition against New

.23

Feb.
27

476.3

10.

Kilpatrick'sexpedition against Richmond, Feb.


28-Mar. 4.
(Dahlgren'sraid.)
La. and
the trans-Mississippi
states and territories,
Jan. 1-June

"v. 34"

30, 1864.

La.,campaign, Mar. in May


Camden, Ark., expedition.Mar. 23-May
Red

.33
.35
476.4

Berne, N. C, Jan. 28-

River.

0. and

Fla. and

the Ga.

coast, Jan.

Operations

in

Jan. 1-Nov.
.43

19572""

13

1-Nov.

Charleston

Barboi

and

13,

vicinity,

13.

Florida expedition,Feb.

65

("Kv

3.

"v. 35"

1864.
.41

22.

5-22.

(Olustee.)

HISTORY

)p

...i

oampftigniand

WAR.

CIVIL

THE

OF

"

battles

lontinued.

Southeastern Va. and

i.,

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Campaign

May]

June

12, 1864.
"v

the Rapidan to the James, M

(Wilderness,Spotteylvania,Cold

12.

June

Haiti
"

the south side oilthe Jamee


Hundred. I

on
tperatione
i

|Bermuda

June 2.

June
9.
Petersburg,
and Pa.,May l-Aug. 3,
Northern Va.,W. Va., Md
i

al

"v.

L864.

Expeditionagainslthe

Va.

37"

railroad,

Tenn.

and

May 2 L9.
.1,1

.66

Bngagemenl al New Market, Va.,May l"".


Lynchburg campaign,May 26 June 29.
Valleyand Md.,
Operationsin the Shenandoah
June 23 A.ug.3. (Harpers Ferry, Monocacy,
Fori Sic\

476.69

march, May, 1864-Apr.,1865.

Sherman's

Cf. E 476.7, 476.87, 477.41, 477.7


"17(1.7

Atlanta, Ga.,campaign, May 1-Sept.8,1864.

Jonesborough.)

ca, Atlanta,
"176.8

"v.

Morgan'sraid into
83

^7
.

into Miss.,June

La

Grange, Tenn.,

Tupelo,

to

5-21.

Operations in Mobile Bay, Aug. 2-23.


Operations in north Ga. and north Ala.,Sept. 29Nov. 13.
Southeastern Va. and

471

N. G, June

13-July 31,
"v.

"

91

Richmond

campaign,June

The
Siegeof Petersburg.

477. 1

16

"177.2

la.

1864.

40"

13-July 31.
crater.

the trans-Mississippi
states and

and

territories,
July 1-Dec. 31, 1S64.
"v. 41"
Indian campaigns in Dakota
E 83.863.
Price's Missouri expedition,
Aug. 29-Dec. 2.
Southeastern Va. and X. C, Aug. 1-Dec. 31, 1S64.
"v.

.21

39"

20.

13.

Expedition from

Miss.,July
.85

Ky., May

31-June

Expeditionfrom Memphis, Tenn.,


I

38"

Ky.,eouthwesl Va.,Tenn., Miss.,Ala.,and north Ga.


(the Atlanta campaign excepted) May 1-Nov.
13, 1864.

(Resa"v.

Richmond

campaign,Aug. 1-Dec.

31.

42"

(Weldon

railroad

Expeditionto
X.

1".

"
.

477.3

"

and

operations against Fort

Fisher,

7-27.

Northern Va., W. Va.,Md. and

Fa., Aug. 4-Dec, 31,


"v.

.33

Shenandoah

Valley campaign, Aug. 7-Xov.


Fisher's Hill. Cedar
(Winchester,
Creek.)

66

43"
28.

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E 458-459.

Diplomati"-history.
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E 469.

Confederate cruisers
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Tteops. Histories of individual

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Miscellaneous:
Secret

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470.

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540.N3.
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495-537.

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493.1.3d

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Third

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or

numbered

are

found

are

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brigade

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entirely

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cavalry,

whether

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First

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Collected

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from

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495-537,
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507.4).

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Potomac)

621-635.

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Service.

Corps.

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Transportation.

470-478.

373-374.

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493.1

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Infantry.

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Volunteerlosses.

646.

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of

men

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April

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1861.
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responded

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single

state.
Census

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Pension

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Histories of the states'troops. Collected biographies
The draft.
'ions of survivors.
of officers. General
brigades. State memorials and monuments
E 471^478;
battlefield,
on
a
particular

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I' 1

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monu-

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memorial

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or

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monument

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Militaryorganizations.
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Infantry.
Cavalry.

.6

Artillery,
Heavy.

7
.

Light.
Artillery.

.8

Other.

.9

History of

in the Civil war,


county's participation
classed in local history F
1 900). If. however,
the town
the seat of military
was
rations,
as
Pa., Shiloh, etc., literature is
Chambersburg,
found
in E 471-478, or where
several sieges or battles are
covered, in E 470.2-.9 (e.g., a history of all militaryoperations
a

town

anmnd
For

or

local listsof soldiers,are

and

the

Richmond

".

Alabama, etc., the subdivisions .3-.9


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and political
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of the state isclassed in E 551-5S2, unless relatingto civil
or
militarygovernment actuallyrecognized by the U. S. as
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seceded

Confederate

under

states,

troops

see

551-582, subdivisions

each.

Alabama.

Confederate history E 551, 471. .".2.

Campaigns and

battles

E 470. 6-7.

471-478.

Arkansas.
Confederate history E 552, 471.57.
Campaigns and battles E 470.4,470.8,471-478.
lifornia.
The

Californiacolumn.

1862

473.46.

rado.
W. A. Buckingham.
ith Dakota.
-

70

.3-. 9

UNITED

E
495-537

Civil

war

history of

STATES

the States, etc.

Continued.

"

500

Delaware.

501

District of Columbia.

502

Florida.

503

Confederate history E 558, 471.53.


Campaigns and battles E 470. 6-. 7, 471-478.
Georgia.
Confederate history E 559, 471.51.
Campaigns and battles E 470.6, 471-478.

505

Illinois.

Campaigns and battles

E 470.2, 471-478.

'ampaigns and battles E 470.4, 471^478.


Territory.
Special Indian tribes E 99.
(

Indian

Preliminaries

Campaigns
506

Indiana.

507

Iowa.

508

Kansas.

Gov.

of the

and

Campaigns and battles

471.57.

470.9, 471-478.

E 470.4,47L478.

E 470.9,471-478.

Kentucky.
Confederate

history

Campaigns and
510

Louisiana.

511

Maine.

512

Maryland.

battles

564.

E 470.4, 470.5, 470.8,471-478.

Butler's government.
Confederate
history E 565, 471.55.

Campaigns and battles

Confederate

history

Campaigns

and

513

Massachusetts.

514

Michigan.

515

Minnesota.
Indian

battles

Prisoners of state

516

O. P. Morton.

Campaigns and battles

509

war

battles

E 470. 7-. 8, 471-178.

566.
E

470.2,471-478.

458.8.

Gov. J. A. Andrew.

E 83.86,83.863.

wars

Mississippi.
Confederate

history E 568, 471.52.


Campaigns and battles E 470.6-.7,47L478.
517

Missouri.
Confederate

history E 569, 471.57.


Campaigns and battles E 470.4,470.8-.9,471-478.
518

Nebraska.

519

Nevada.

520

New

Hampshire.

521

New

Jersey. Gov. Joel Parker.

522

New

Mexico.
Confederate

history

Preliminaries

Campaigns
523

New

524

North

of the

and

571.

war

battles

171.56.

470.9, 471-478.

York.

Draft riots,
N. Y. city

F 128. 1 1
.

Carolina.
Confederate

Campaigns

history E 573,
and

71

battles

471.54.

E 470.6, 471-478.

Civil

TROOPS.

ARMIES.

WAR

IVIL

Continued.

history of the States, etc.

war

n'1'

North Dal

Indian

iklahoma, a"

Dakota.
B 170.4,171-478.

battles

Campaign!and

Territory.

ania.

Pi

E 170.2,471-478.

ad battlei
-

OONGRES

OF

LIBRAE?

,;

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Rhode

lUth " '.m.li!


B "'77,471.1.
I battles B 170.6,)7l

Confederate hia(

[aland districl

the Sea

185.93.S7.

Dakota]Dakota Territory.
[s,,inii
Indian
.'..;i 'I'.
"mi.'-

wan

.S63.

"

Confederate history E 579.


Campaigns and battlee E 470.4-.5,470.8, 471-478.
E

Johnson, Andrew
532

007.

Texas.

Confederate history E 580, 471.56.


Campaigns ami battles E 470.7, 470.9, 471-478.
533

Vermont.

534

Virginia.Gov.

St. Albans

raid
F. H.

E 470.95.

Peirpoint.

Confederate history E 581.


Campaigns and battles E 470.2-.3, 471-478.
530

Washington (State).
West Virginia.
federate history E 582.
) fempaignsand

537
.""in

battles

Specialcla
T-

l"ri"

.G3

Germans.

y of.

!!'"

Eungarj

I .'.

Indiana.
Indian

.16

Irish.

,M5

Method!

wars.

1861-1865

E 83.86, E 83.863.

SpecialIrish regimentsor

Skv

541

E 470.3, 470.4, 471-178.

Wisconsin.

and
Colleges

giments

102.9.

mentfi

ted by the

schools

other organizations E 492-537.

".-537.

war

453.

(alphabetically).
Nazareth hall, Nazareth, Pa.
Now

York.

cityof
Oberlin

York.

x-"vcollege./^
...,-ylva^1'

Princeton
Williams

College of the
Now

university.

college.
Yale university.

UNITED

STATES
STATES

CONFEDERATE
545

E
ARMY.

Organization. Volunteering.Conscription.

Administration.

Statistics.
History of militaryoperations and
leaders
The

The

E 640.

Amnesty
various

the military memoirs

of Confederate

470-170.9.

separate armies (e.g. Army

Flags
546

Virginia) E

of northern

470. 2-. 9.

668.

of

arms

service.

the

Artillery.Cavalry.

Infantry.
E 008.

Secret service.

547.

Corps.
Cf.

.5

Signal corps
Divisions.

E 493.

Brigades.
Brigades consistingentirelyof troops from
be classified in

548

.Lists of

551-582, subdivision

(e.g. Texas brigade,E 5S0.4).


soldiers or officers coveringmore

state, etc,
Civil

border

ber
num-

single

615-616.

history of the individual

war

than

state may
state

(cf.E 494).

Lists of prisoners E

551-582

one

.4 under

Confederate

States

with troops in the Confederate

states

(and

army).

of E 495-537.
explanations see
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E 471.52.

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and

E 471.57.

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496.

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470.4, 470.8, 471-478.

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559

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639.

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558

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at

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Preliminaries
Union

Indian

of the

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Preliminaries

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battles

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Campaigns and battles


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73

E 47 L.51.

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E 471.57.
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and

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Campaigns

531

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E 471.57.

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Mexico.
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577

470.6, 470.7, 470.8,471-478.

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7i7i

E 471.52.

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Virginia.
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E 458-458.5.
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particular sections

of

HS

in

national

that

organizations

F 536; Cincinnati

Collections

Dictionaries.

Gazetteers.

2. 5

Directories, General.
directory of
below;

directory of French

g. A

e.

e.

g.

S,

449.C5.

202.5.O, not

of

individual

of

works

etc., if confined

to

period,

7-11.
local

other

names.

in subdivision

population,

in the

special element

chapters of

societies, collections

of

and

Indian

of

Lists

are

local

of Illinois in F 68.

state

preferably in subdivision

classified

to be

documents,

classified

general body;

collected

or

essays
of

Collections

authors.

and

Slates

and

D. A. R. in E

residents

(former)

the

in the

publications

the

material,

archive

are

chapter

include:

with

classed

are

United

societies

state

descendants

Society of Mayflower
not

states

or

Note

2301--.

of the

in membership

limited

and

in

societies

(Local

not

of citizens

descendants

ship
member-

of

limitation

or

patrioticsocieties.

as

14.)

or

to citizens

of aims

virtue

by

regarded

be

may

which

clubs

zations
genealogicalsocieties,social organi-

and

historical

in

Canadians

15

30. F8.

Maine,

Elite.

6
.

Business.

7
.

and

Biography

genealogy, Collected.1
of

biography

The

History of

placed in his period (7-11,below).


CS
General

Miscellaneous.

stories,etc.
'

with

is intended
in the
F

not

classed

be

the

toclass

consider

his

biography

those of generals under

the
E

celebrities

under

Having
might
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or

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individual

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biftgiapbj but in F t his numperiod broughl out
biography confined to

for collected

provided
Collected

works.

period;

be

where

in

looked

in New

biography

colonial Virginia

of

biography

g. collected

1' 229

in

life of

all

123.T

be

are

is
an

event

or

l.issed with

"

and

administrations,

the

state

which

locality with

their

under

statesmen
national

both

under

(general biography

"

places

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jn'riod to

affairs),and

local

shall

c.

g.

the

classification

together (e.

classed

be

| yet

where

raid

in

work

on

g. all lives

period

some

of Gov.

criticism

302.6.T8), Tryon's

in

referen

military biographies

subject;
E

other

from

467.1. J73, with

individual

exclusively

almost

classed

made

are

number

S. Johnston's

should

career

in

prominent,

most

were

general biographies of

if t hey

672, even

presidentsare

of

distinguished in

were

references

belongs,

g. A.

that

they

they

historical

theepoch,

with

lives

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town.

or

man

for; e.

man's
York

city,
a

it is intended
in E

an

in which

wars

to F where

county,

settled

S. Grant

event

The

is

with

especially identified.

life

they belong (preferring

he

number

general

comprehensive

of Congress

Library

the
a

1, above.

in

material

material,

225.

Theruleis
we

for

should

scheme

Usually

subject.

the

1 above.

illustrative

of

buildings. Collections

source

practice of

is the

It

Biography."

biography

Cf.

in

Compends.

Histories.
Historic

affairs is

state

single family

Genealogical periodicalsin subdivision

71.

works.

in

prominent

if

individual

an

tion
administra-

Tompkins'

238 (general

Connecticut

biography,

unless

257.T).
a

member

significanceelsewhere;

of the
e.

family dl

g. Dolly

Madison

noted
E

person
342.

85

is classed

with

his

own

of

special

odsand
1

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[ndiana in

CONGRESS

OF

UI"I;AI;Y

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Connecticut
| Indiana of
P
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Bfl
Pequota

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tribe in I".Was

whole

period
Includingin each case generalworks on
for elsewhere.)
within it as are not provided
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to L775.

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10

and deecriptionsee
splorationB

101

135.

material

Boundary disputea(12,below) usually contain


earliestperiod.

.,11

,1

L865

in the schedules.
numbers are specified
t these period
or city.
than a singlevillage
Parishes coveringmore
Boundaries.
Lakes.
Rivers. Mountains.
to take the county as the unit,and classify
In generalit ia preferred
Variation* in the

Counties.

,,,;,)

!_"

county such mountains, lakes,caves, rivers,etc., as lie


town). If
wholly within its limits (unlesswholly within some
several counties, they take
over
these natural features extend
wiili the

their

with

number

in

number

own

islands,

parks,other

than

have
And

county.
to take

battlefieldcemeteries,are

well-known

certain

By exception,

forming part of

when

even

12.

osiderable literature of their own,

ci

the limits of a county.


in General order of subdivisions

special
national

separate

num-

ber,though situated within


"q"
Metropolis.Chief city.
See

LS

note

This

number

and
1f

under

has

been

for Boston, New

used

p. 9.

York, Philadelphia,

hicago,only.

places. Towns and cities.


Includinghistoricaland descriptivematter on the town or city and
ries,
local biography,genealogy, vital records, directosubdivisions,

Hher

ment,
reaching back to the settlehistorical character,centennial,and other

histories of the colonial

local societies of
local

old
celebrations,

Al-

not

Vernon,

TopiCBQOl

1")

on

within

homo

churches

week,

views,historic buildings,etc.

the limits of any

town

or

city,as Mount

I" 234.M9.

elsewhere

provided for.

which were
Foreignelements in the population;(nationalities
in
in New
York, Germans
prominent in settlement, as Hutch
Pennsylvaniaare nol usually considered as foreign elements).

(b)
Identical
for any

with

that 7-11

periodbeing placed in

are

used,historical and descriptivematerial

not

A.

(")
wheals.

eneal

I,etc.

lections.
Dictionaries. Lists ""f Indian and

ral.
.6
7
.

Elr
Business.

86

other local

names.

STATES

UNITED

F
1-15

New

The

1775.

after

Plymouth

England

for New

Puritans.

1620.

cil
CounColonies

United

England.
Vinland

Norsemen;

105.
*

E 121-135.
Early voyages before 1607
Popham colony F 22.
E 83.63.
Pequot war, 1636-1638
E 83.67.
King Philip'swar, 1675-1676
Witchcraft

BF

King William's
Queen Anne's
with

War

Voyagers

1606.

company

Smith, Gosnold, Pring,Waymouth.

1607:

of New

197.

Indians, 1722-1726

William

E 198.P.

war,

1755-1763

E 199.

Consolidated
north

of

83.72.

E 198.

1744-1748

Indian

and

G.TWlf'
Ilia.;

E 196.

1689-1697
1702-1713

war,

eastern

Sir
Pepperrell,
French

Cf. "

1575-1576.
war,

King George's war,

7. 5

England (a).

Before

HISTORY

LOCAL

province of New
Pennsylvania)and

England (Englishcolonies
Gov.

Andros,

Kevo-

1688.

lution of 1689.
8

1775-1865.

1865T-"'

Attitude

toward

of 1812

war

E 357.6-.7.

"

12

liegions.
Berkshire

Hills

Connecticut

.C7

F 72.B5.

River

Isles of Shoals
Merrimac

and

Valley.
Cf. F42.C65,
F57.C7,
F 72.C7, F 102.C7.

F 42.18.

River

and

Valley

72. M6.

White

Mountains

F41.

445. N5.

Topics.

15

.C2 Catholics.
.F8

Negro slavery
.S4 Scotch-Irish.

Canadians.

French

.J5 Jews.

16-30

Maine

(a).
the

were
conflicting,

grants, sometimes

Various

Plymouth

company,

the

between

the

in this

made

regionby
England. The

Council for New

usually considered pari of Acadia.

portionwas

eastern

and

Kennebec

and

the

Council

in

L635-1638 to Sir William

of York

in

1663 and

included

SI. Croix

The

tory
terri-

grantedby the

was

Alexander, sold

to

in his province
of New

the l"uke

York

lot; 1

"

Cornwall County. In the latteryear i1 wassel off to Massachusetts.


Grants were
made to Gorges and others covering the
of the Kennebec, and settlemenl
region west
begun at several

1686

as

pointB.

In the 17th century the whole

absorbed

were

charier
Maine.
Table

of subdivisions

Stale

of the Englishsettlements

annexed
by Massachusetts,formally

of 1691

and

thenceforth known

by

ae

L820.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under each

89

state

may

be

found

on

ihe

ince
prov-

the District of

pages

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Continued.
Attempt "'' colonization before L620.

Maine

2a

Colonial

periodto

( |,.\r, (

Godfrey, Edward;
Biographies:

177",.

William, sr.;
feorge;Pepperrell,
I'renrh

between

boundary

lit

and

24

Kn-jli-li p"i--." i.,n-

L039 B7

War with eastern Indians, L722 L726; Raalea


B L98.P.
Sir William
Pepperrell,
K-

etc.

F L036 L0S9

idia

Popham colony.

83.72.

F '27. K:;.

nnebec patenl

Pejepecotcompany (Brunswickproprietors) F 29.B9.


Muscongue patenl F 27.M95.
177".
L865.
Separationfrom Massachusetts 1820.

King,William; Merrick,John;
Revolutionarywar

etc.

E 263.M4.
E

Militaryop. Tat i"ms

230.5-239.

207.T8.
Tucker,
E 207.K74.
Kimx,
Henry
E 340.J3.
Jarvis,Leonard
Samuel

(ill. y. Jonathan
E
John
Fairfield,
Feesenden,W. P.
Hamlin, Hannibal

25

340.C5.

340.F16.
E 415.9.F4.
E

boundary troubles and Aroostook

Civil war

511.

1865-

Biographies:King,

Hamlin, Hannibal

Blaine,J. 6.
Frye,W. P.

664.F9.

Reed, T.

664.R3.

15.

Regions.

Table of subdivisions

M.

war

E 398.

F.; etc.

415.9. H2.

664.B6.

Dingley,Nelson,jr.
27

415.9. H2.

International

Counties.

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

G64.D58.

Boundaries.

under

90

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages

S5-S7.

raphies:
Biog-

UNITED

F
16-30

STATES

LOCAL

HISTORY

Maine.

Regions.

27

.M95

Counties.

Boundaries
lands.

Muscongus

The

Continued.

"

.P48

PiscataquaRiver

Waldo
patent (including greater part of Waldo

Knox

and

and

portion of
counties).
.09

Oxford

Co.

Piscataquis Co.

Lincoln

.P3

Passamaquoddy

Bangeley

.S2

St.Croix River

.S3

Bay.

St. John

.P33

Penobscot

Co.

.P4

Penobscot

River

Washington

Val-

and

York

.Y6

Piscataquaand

with Massachusetts

Mason's

Co.

NarraSt.

Co.

River

Bay.
and Valley.
Saco

with eastern

Merrimac

Indians, 1722-1726; Pigwacket fight

Indian

rivers,1629.

A royal province 1680.

1641.

grant.

Pepperrell.Sir William
Hampshire Grants
and

about

F 67.B.

New

83.72.

198.P.
52.
E

1755-1763

war,

199.

Biographies:Hill,Isaac,etc.

1775-1865.

38

Val-

Valley.

guagus

Saco

Bachiler,Stephen

French

and

Croix (Dechet)Island.

province, between

1775.

Wars

Iliver

(a).

Hampshire

Before

Valley.

Cf. F L044:S2.

.W3

ley.

37

and

ley,Me.

.P37

United

Lakes.

.R2

L044.P3.

Pejepscol patent (Brunswick) P29.B9.


Penobscot
Bay region.

Mason's

Debsco-

region.

Cf. F 1044.S17.

Cf. F

New

Lake

oeag

Parmachene

Val-

ley, Me.
.P5

and

I i".F 42. P4.

Lake.

31-45

Revolutionarywar
Bartlett,Josiah
Sullivan, John

Plumer, William
Webster, Daniel

Woodbury,

263. N4.

E A \5A,
TtoU.ws/E.Vi*.

E 302.6. B2.

Levi

207.S9.
E 302.6.P73.
E 340. W4.
E 340.W8.

E 432.
Pierce,Franklin
Hale, J. P. E 415.9.1115.

Civil

1865-

30

war

Biographies: Harriman,

Hale, S. W.
White

41

520.

; etc., vn

",""

Mountains.

.1

Periodicals.

.2

Gazetteers.

.37

Miscellaneous.

.44

Before

.5

1865-

.6

divisions of
Regions. Localities. (Political

of subdivisions

Dictionaries.

1865.

region
Tabic

Doe, Charles;

Walter;

White Mountain

F 42-44.)

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

91

each

Btate may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

:; i

i",

Eampahire

New
"

Continued.

"

regions.

)ili.r

0ONGRES8

OF

LIBRAB1

"

Boundaries.

lount ies.

Rivet and

Merrimac

ley,
Val-

a.

x.

Of. P 72.M6.
Co.

Merrimack

\\" ""

Mountain.

PiscataquaRiver

;ui"1 Valley.

Cf. F 27.P48.

Rockingham

Lake

Co.

Massabesic.
Of. V

12.18.

Stratford Co.
Co.

Sullivan

Sunapee Lake.
White

Mountain

region

F 41.
.W7

AYinnepesaukee.

Lake

Topics.

i:"

Swedes.

46-60

Vermont
Tin-

(a).
regionwas

18th

unsettled
practically

century and

In 17 19 th"' disputebegan between

and New

disposedof

down

to

the

middle

of the

questionof its ownership

the

During the

York.

the

scarcelythought of.
shire
governments of New Hampfew years the former

next

state

of township grants
by means
"New
(whence the Dame
Hampshire Grants"
by which it was
commonly known). In 17("5 the King of England adjudged the
Connecticut River to be New
York's eastern
boundary, north of
Massachusetts. At first the whole
"New
Hampshire Grants"
annexed to Albany County; later (1768)Cumberland
were
County
in the southeast, Gloucester
erected
in the northeast (1770),
was

large part

the northwestern

and

tern

of the

half

of

area

the

"Grants"

part of Charlotte

south of Lake
land

grant-

of New

1777

to \7'M

formed

in 1772

formed

the

remainder

lying west and


insisted on annulling the

County (the
Champlain). New York

Hampshire; the settlers resisted and from


denied repan
independent state, but were
resentation

in Congress. In

the state

1791

was

admitted

to the

union.

Before

New

17{."l.

Hampshire Grants.

Green

Mountain

Ira: Chittenden,Thomas;
boys. Biographies:
Allerl,

Lyon, Matthew
New

York

E 302.6.L9.

colonial

history F 122.
Hampshire colonial history F
Albany Co., V Y. F L27.A3.

37.

Charlotte (now

Co., X.
Washington)

Y.

Allen, Ethan

E 207. A4.

127. W3.

war
lutionary

Militaryoperations
Table

of subdivisi.

o),or (d)

under

92

230.5-239.
each

state

may

be

found

on

pages S5-S7.

etc.

UNITED

F
46-60

Vermont

STATES

Biographies:Collamer,Jacob;
F

Chittenden, Thomas

Lyon,
War

Civil

1812; militaryoperations E 355.

war

183.7.M.

E 340.P54.
533.

St. Alban's

raid

54

1865-

57

Proctor,Redfield
Counties.
Regions.

470.95.

664. P96.

Boundaries.

(a).

Massachusetts

Part of the grant to the Plymouth


Council
latter's

for New

grants.
1622.

Bay
united
as

all the

well

as

the

early charters
N.

Y.

under
Table

of subdivisions

etc.

"?

52. C.

E 302.6.L9.

Matthew

of

Marsh, G. P.
Phelps, S. S.

61-75

HISTORY

Continued.

"

1791-1865.

53

LOCAL

which
F

127. G

Company

Settlements

England.

(Pilgrims Plymouth
at

Cape Ann

1628-1630.)

company

were

The

later to the

and

chieflymade

under

mouth
Weesagussetor Wey-

1620.

Wollaston

1624.

1606

sachusetts
Quincy 1625. Masprovince charter 1691

or

separate settlements within the present state limits,


District of Maine.
Western
lands claimed under
were

ceded

were

surrendered

to U.

in

S., 1785 except those


to

that state

in 1786.

western

(Cf.note

19.)

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

93

each

slate

may

be

found

on

pages

85-87.

51

::,

Continued.

Massachusetts

Puritans.

Before 1775.

Baycompany.

srii

CONGRESS

OF

Ul'.KAKY

MassacnuDorchester company.
Persecution of Quakers. Province

Conant, Roger;
Biograpb^epTI

of Massachusetts.

Ende-

Cradock,Mathew; Winthrop,Jonn]J)udley,
Thomas^Bumfrey, John; Bachiler,
va
larStephen;Hutchinson,Mia. Anne; Dyer, Mrs. Mary :..!
nl. John; Denison, Daniel; Pike. Robert; Mather,
Joseph; Randolph, Edward; Sewall,
[ncrease; Dudley,.
Samuel; Mather, Cotton; Lynde, Benjamin; Taller,
William; Quincy, Edmund; Shute, Samuel; Dummer,
William; Quincy, John; Hutchinson, Thomas
j^Kilby,
Christopher;Frankland,Charles II.;Pownall, Thomas;
Oliver,Peter; Bernard, Sir Francis; etc.
cott,John; Higginson,I

King Philip'e
war,

E 83.67.

L675-1676

England, 1688-1689

Andros and bia provinceof New

King

William's

1689-1697

war,

Bellamont, Richard Coote, earl of F


E 197.
Queen Anne's war, 1702-1713
War with eastern
Indians, 1722-1726
William
Bhirley,
King George'swar.
"

1714-1748

and

122. B.

E 83.72.

198.

E 198.P.

E 302. 6. A2.

Quincy,Josdab (2d)
French

7.5.

E 195.S.

"nvll, Sir William

A. lams, Samuel

196.

Indian

E 263.M4Q.

war,

1755-1763

199.

E 302.6. H23.
Hancock, John
E 302.6.O8.
Otis,James
er,

68

Jedediah

263.M4F.

chusetts
to MassaPlymouth Colony. Pilgrims. Annexed
1691 (formingcounties of Plymouth, Bristol
and
Barnstable). Biographies:Brewster, William;
Standish,
Myles; Allerton,
Isaac; Fuller,Samuel; etc.

Plymouth.
69

New

F 74.P8.

Shays' rebellion 1786-1787.


Biographies:
Bowdoin, James; Revere,Paul; Cobb, David; Thomas,
Isaiah: Strong,Caleb; Parsons,Theophilus;Higginson,
Stephen: Minot, G. R. ; Russell,Benjamin: Brooks,
John; Gore, Christopher; Lawrence, Amos;
Howe,
Samuel:
Perkins, T. H.; Willard,Joseph; Henshaw,
David: King, D. 1'.: Gordon, G. W., etc.

177-"

1865.

H,

Arnmas

E 207.W2.

"..

Vl

"

3 mm.

Hancock, John
Ol subdivisions

E302.6.A2.
E302.6.H23.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

94

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages 85-87.

LIBRARY

K,

OONGR]

Continued.
Boundaries.
" Sounties.

Massachusetts

61

OF

ioD

73

9.

Topics.
Irish.

.17

[8

75

.R9

Russians.

Italians.

Topics.
.16

Irish.
E L85.9"M3.

Slavery
.

E 445.M4,

(b), (c),or (d) under

96

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages

85-87.

UNITED
76-90

Before

LOCAL

HISTORY

(a).

Island

Rhode

82

STATES

Settlements

1775.

Newport, and

Warwick

R. I. charter

form

1636-1643

The

1663.

Providence,

at

Portsmouth,
union.

Narragansett country.

Williams, Roger;

First

raphies:
Biog-

etc.

F 67. D.

Dyer, Mrs. Mary


King Philip'a war,

E 83.67.

1(175-1076

1775-1865.

83

Revolutionary

E 263. R4.

war

Gaspee affair

E 215.6.

Militaryoperations E 230.5-239.
E 302.6.E3.
Ellery,William
E 3-10.B9.
Burgee, Tristam
E 415.9J5.
Jenckes, T. A.
Anthony, H. B. E 604. Ad.
Lawrence,

W. B.

Civil

Dorr

83.4

war

415.9.L4.

528.

Dorr, T.

1842.
rebellion,

W.

1865-

84

Jenckes, T.

A.

415.9.J5.

Anthony,

H.

B.

E 664.A6.

Burnside,

A.

E.

War

of 1898

467.1.B8.

726.R4.

Regions. Counties.

87

Boundaries.

90

91-105

(a).

Connecticut
The

whole

grants
west

region was

made

under

claimed
its

as

Y.

1674-5.

New

fur

New

till L662

had

Haven,

when

to

western

and

and

lands

ernment
gov-

tained
103S,mainroyalcharter united
settled

to jurisdiction
pretensions

some

Long Island tillthe

Claims

England

River

organizeda
(1633-1636)

Hartford

Connecticut

eastern

Council

region
Dutch
of Now
Netherland, and
English settlements at Windsor,

in 1639.

separateexistence

over

N.

The

and

Connecticut

it to Connecticut.

the

by

tradingposts established.
Saybrook, Wethersfield

the

authority. Connecticut

also claimed

was

by

hitler
were

was

confirmed

to

surrendered

to

U. S. in 1786,the state retainingonly the right to Hell to settlers


Table

of subdivisions

19572""

13-

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

97

each

state

may

bo found

on

pages 85-87.

9]

105

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Continued.

Connecticut

Connecticut'! claim to
the inw I known as the Western Reserve.
northern boundary
of
south
of
Pennsylvania's
territory
rip
with
the latter
extended
of
an
controversy
0
W9.

Early grants by the

Before 1775.
Dutch

E B3 63.
L676

F 7.5.

of Androe, L688-1689

Government

French and Indian

Parsons,s.

L763

1755

war.

Buaquehanna claims in Penn

99

land.
Eng-

posts.

Pequol war, L636 L638


L675
King Philip'swar,

E L99.

Valley

Wyoming

157.W9.

E 207. P2.

II.

colony.

II,i\'en

\cw

for .Ww

Council

New

Haven

X.u

Haven

F 104. N6.
F 102. N5.

Co.

1775-1865.

Sherman, Roger E 302.6.S5.


Johnson,W. S. E 302.G.J7.
E 2G3.C5.
Revolutionarywar
Militaryoperations E 230.5-239.
E 302. 6. El.
Ellsworth,Oliver
-sion of western

lands

Hartford

convention.

1814

J. W.

Civil war

in-

E 357.7.

E 340.H9.

Huntington,
Buckingham, W. A.
100

309; F 483; F 497. W5.

F 157/W9.

Susquehanna claims

E 499.B.

E 499.

1865Platt. O. n.

E664.P7.

War of 1898

E726.C7.

Regions. Counties.
.B7

Boundaries.

Boundaries.

Long Island

Massachusetts

boundary

F 72.B7.

York

X'w

Connecticul

Middlesex

.N2

Naugatuck River
ley.

.N5

New

boundary

F L27.B7.

(lore, Susquehanna

claim

Connecticut

F 157.W9.

River and Valley,

F 127.L8.

.Mi;

Co.

Haven

and

Co.

Cf. F 98.
.N7

New

.T6

Tolland

Conn.

London

Co.

Co.

Western

Cf. ]' 12

Reserve

F2

FairfieldCo.

II.;

Hartford

Westmoreland

Litchfield

AY 7

Co.

157.W9.

Windham

Co.

Hills.

Topics.
E

1S5.93.C7.

Slavery
.ons

F 497

.W5.

L6 Litchfield
105

Val-

IM;

(a),(b),(c),or (d) under

98

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages

85-87.

(Pa.).

STATES

UNITED

F
106

Atlantic

of North

Coast

River

Delaware

LOCAL

HISTORY
Middle

America.

and

Delaware

Valley.

before

states

River

Bay*.

New

by the

Settled

included

the

187. C5.

F 1035.8.

Netherland

New

Dutch.

Valley

Hudson

in

eastward

and

extent

Connecticut,

and
Swedish
tlements
setLong Island and the Dutch
Pa. i
River(Del., N. J.; and southeastern
conquered by the English in 1664 and reduced in limits,

was

to the Connecticut

though the claim stillextended


N. J.

for many

was

attached

years

east of

Connecticut

River

to

the western

part

(F 1030)

with

as

of the state

but

York.

New

territorial claims

and

while

same

ernor;
gov-

modern

Maim-

bank

of the

Mass. in colonial

Indian

was

After the

with New

revolution.

Xew

to western

with

country

much

York,

is
few

France

Massachusetts

under

governmental rights, cf. F

exercised

never

and

the

to the west

to Conn,

and having relations quite as


missionaries,

enforced

River,

under

During the early colonial period,what

later to Vt.

times, and

Y.

Claims

surrendered

were

N.

Nantucket,

Vineyard and
the Kennebec, for a time.

also Martha's

Before

the

to

the Delaware

on

122

its broadest

Mohawk,

the lower

now

186-375.)

(a).

York

It

162-165, and

the

on

157. S8.

of Canada

Atlantic coast

F 187. P8.

Chesapeake Bay

116-130

River

Susquehanna
Potomac

1825, in E

states.

historic works

(For later literature only; descriptive and


Atlantic

Atlantic

her

ters,
char-

127. G 19.

Dutch
English province 1664-1774.
relas;
Nicho1673-1674.
Biographies:Bayard,
conquest
Leisler,
Dongan, Thomas;
Jacob; Bellamont,
Richard
Coote, earl of;Atwood, William; Falckner,
Justus; Colden,Cadwallader; De Lancey,James, etc.
1775.

Early voyages

101-1 35.

Champlain, Samuel

de

F 1030.1.

129.H8.

Hudson, Henry
explorations,invasions

French

N. Y.
Andros

King

and

war,

in western

Indian

7.5.

E L96.

F 130. P2.

immigration
and

1688-1689

1689-1697

Johnson,Sir William
French

missionaries

1030-1030.8.

his government,

William's

Palatine

and

war,

195. J.

1755-1763

199.

Livingston,Philip E302.6.L7.
F 257. T.
Tryon, William
122.1

New

Netherland.

Adriacn

colony 1610-1664.
Michaelius,
Jonas; Curler,Arenl van;
van
dor; Stuyvesant,Peter; etc.

Rensselaerswyck
Subjugation of the

127. R4.

Swedes

Indian

uprisingof 1655
Esopus Indian war, 1663

Table

of subdivisions

Biographies:
Donck,

Dutch

(a),(b), (e),or (d)

under

99

each

on

the Delaware, 1655

167.

83.655.

L664
state

E 83.663.
may

be

found

on

pages

85-87.

i it,

10

New

Continued

York

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Cent, James; Wells, John;


Biographies:
Johnson, Jeremiah; Holley,Myron; Jay, P. A.;De

I77.""

i si,.").

I*, \

"ter,J.

Kent

King, J. A.; Leavenworth, JO. \\\;

W.:

Willi. mi

etc.

E 207.83.

J.
Schuyler,Philip

E 302 6.D8.

Jamee

Dun..'.

E8O2.6.C0.

Clinton,George

E 263.N6.

Intkmarywax

Military operationsE

230.5-239.

302.6.M7.

M..rris,Gouverneur

E302.6.J4.

.lav, John

E 302.6.H2.

Hamilton,Alexander
Lewis,

Morgan

353.1.L5.

Clinton,James

E 207.C62.

PMenon, John
King, Rufus E
Clinton,DeWitt

302.6. K5.

h,M.M.

E340.C6"

E335.N.
Martin

Huron,

Porter,P.

B.

Tompkins,

D.

War

207.P3.

E302.6.B9.

Burr, Aaron
Van

E 302.6.L72.

R. B
Livingston,

3S7.

353.1.P8.

D.

302. 6. T8.

E 359.5.N6.

of Is i j

Militaryoperations E 355.
Granger,Francis E 340.G7.
Erie canal

625. E6.

TO

Jay, William

E 449.J.

Millard
Fillmore,
Anti-masonic

Dix, .1. A.
Monme,

IIS 525-527.

movement

415.9.1h;.

James

(1799-1870) E

Fish. Hamilton
inoiir.

E 427.

340.M7.

E 664.F52.

Horatio

E 415. 9. S5.

Dickinson,D. S.

E415.9.D5.

Banting of the Caroline;McLeod


E 415.0.G8.
Greeley,Horace
Anti-rent troubles,
1TD
1889-1846
Tilden,S. J. E415.9/F5.
Belmont,August E 415.9. B4.").
E 415.9.H3.
Earris,In
Field, D. D.

oJ subdivisions

E 409.5.N6.
B (in! I

M.

B.

in. .1. B.

P" kham,

W.

R.
A.

J. s.

Isworth.

(a". (b). (o), or

(d)

415.9.M16.
415.9JB35.

Gilbert,W.
a.

199.

F 415.9.F5.

WarwithMexico

Evart8,\V.
Maclay, W.

F 1032.

F
F

124. P.

415.9.G
E

under

100

4(;:.i.\vi:;.
each

state

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

New

116-130
124

York

HISTORY

LOCAL

STATES

UNITED

Continued.

"

R.

Biographies: Drew, Daniel; Peckham,

1865-

A., jr.;McMahon,
J.; O'Gorman, J. A.; McCarren,
W.; Dix, J. A.; etc.

J.

Husted,

King,

W.;

O'Brien, M.

Higgins,F.

J.

W.;

M.

T.;

P.

II.

and

ley.
Val-

Tilden, S. J. E 415.9.T5.
E 664.037.
O'Conor, Charles
E 664. C75.
Conkling, Roscoe
E 467.1.S58.

Sigel,Franz
Slocum, H.
Kernan,

'

E467.1.S63.

W.

E 664. K35.

Francis

E 664.1154.
Hill,D. B.
E 757.
Koosevelt, Theodore
E 697.
Cleveland, Grover
War

127

Regions.
.A2

726.N5.

of 1898

Lake

Mountains.

Adirondack
Blue

Long Lake.

Placid.

Lake

Ra-

quette Lake.
Mt.

Lake.
.A3

.A4
.A45

Albany Co.
Of. F52,

Cf. F 157.C37.

Keene

Chain.

Valley.

Saranac

.C76

Chenango Co.

.C77

Clinton

.C8

Columbia

Cornwall

.C85
and

Cortland

.D3

Delaware

.D4

Delaware

Jersey boundary

.D8

.C6

Table

of subdivisions

Erie

.E65

Lake

Cattaraugus Co.

Cayuga Co.
Cayuga Lake.
Champlain region.
Lake
Cf. F 57.04; F57.G7.

Champlain

Charlotte

.072

.E6

Co.

.E8

(Vt.)

and

ley,
Val-

F 127.W3.

Oblong

Au

Co.

Sable

Iliv-

Valley. AuSaUe

chasm.
1'

Island

Franklin

c"".

Fulton Co.

.F9

each state may

(Southold)

129.S74.

Gardiner's

Hampton)

101

tract.

F 555.

Fisher's

Lake

(a),(b), (e),or (d) under

or

Partners'

Erie region,X. Y.
i'

erand

I's

Co.
Chautauqua
Chautauqua.
Chemung Co.

Little

Co.

Essex

tenary,
tercen-

1909.

.C7

Co.
Nine

Upper

Catskill Mountains.

Lake

River

patent.

Co.

Cf. F 127.G19, .T6.

.C52

Co.

Co.

Dutchess

F 142. B7.

.C5

Co.

Cf. F 106.

F72.B7.

.C4

(Maine)

N. Y.

ary
bound-

Massachusetts

.C3

Co.

F52.

Boundaries.

Broome

Livingston

Cumberland

ley,
Val-

Cf. F 157.A5.

.B8

Co.

F23.

F127.R4.

Allegany Co.
Allegheny River

New

Co.

Manor.

Seward.

N. Y.

.B7

River

Chemung

Lake.

Mountain

Fulton

.C73

127.C6.

Champlain tercentenary, 1909


Boundaries.
Counties.

bo

found

on

Islam!

F 129.E13.

pages 85-87.

CONGR]

OF

LIBRARY
in

Continued.

ies

n
(

gum,

I P L059.N5.

State i

lull-.

"

vation.
I

1059.Q3.

I.

Ou"i"la Co.
"

Onondaga

fnondaga Co.
Lake.

Ontario

Co.

(erected 1789,
elude

all of the

west

of

state

the

M.

line.

pre-emption
"

in

to

127. G19

l". F

and

.H7.)
Ontario region,is. Y.

Lake
I

F 556.

gion.
Orange Co. Minisink reXewburgh Bay.

Orleans

Co.

Oswego '".
Otsego Co.
(

Co.C

Putnam

'

Queens Co.
Cf. F128.68.Q4; F

127

,N2.

Rensselaer

Co.
The

R43"?Rensselaerswyck.
of

manor

the

Van

Cf.

Rensselaers.
Anti-rent
HD

199.
Co. F 127. S7.

Richmond
1

the

tlir"numerous

Among
In. I:.hi

lands

"

' null'

settled

wi !"

inty (now
bnom the Indians.
md

in 17vs

help*
third

m
"

and

Tioga

gave
claim

The
f

N.

of their tract

illyembarrassed

colonics

to western

territorywas

State.

In December,

York

New

to

that of Massachusetts
17m.,

agreement

an

was

New
rest with
York, while Massachusetts received the preemption right
York
New
reserved to
Pennsylvania an.l west of a line through Seneca Lake.
tract of 200,000
ira River,bat granted to Massachusetts an additional

of

gmement
sens

regionof

shoui.l

agnty
i north

of the seaboard

claims
of the

west

movement

Qorham.
as

the

as

"Massachusetts

(or Boston)

Ten

million
rightto purchase six or seven
in Montgomery County was
Brown
and
at once
disposedof to Samuel
.ill her preemption rights west
of the Seneca
Lake, or "preemption"

as

new

the

exclusive

proprietors proceeded

junction

River

of Genesee

to

and

the 'state of Massachusetts

Induced

then

known

Hroome),
e

The

far west

they

and

to

extinguish

the

Indian

Canaseraga Creek;
to

cancel

the sale

but

title to the

becoming
balance

of the

it of the Gen
their
.ii.

sold the balance


holdings. Phelps and Qorham
William Pulteney. Cf. F i27.ii:. .07, .T6.

Sir

1 the

preemption

for by
rrla bought from
it

hlmseli

Table of subdivisions

the

right

Phelps and

Indians

all the

lance to

(a),(b), (c)

some

or

the

to

part of modem

Qorham, bat
land

they

10:2

New

York

to Robert

of the

west

actually purchased by them)

each

Morris,
Genesee

to Robert

willing to sell,and after reserving


merchants, who organized the Holland

were

Amsterdam

(d) under

not

in 1790

state

may

be found

on

pages

several

Land

Negroee E L86.93.N66
Slavery E L45.N56.
Palatines
Scandinavians.

I.; I

M.".

New

Scotch.

si

.ii

Jersey
laimed by the Dutch of New Netherland as part of
in the
ilicir dominion, and such Swedea at had obtained a footing

Tin

ever,
subjugatedin L655. The Englishcrown, howrelinquishedits claim to the whole Atlantic coast of
North America,and the claim was made
by the Plowden family and
in \v"'l\ to Sir Edmund
made
heirs thai a royalgrant was
Plowden,
and
All. inn"
[aland
whole
of "New
the
region
coveringLong
made
but
between New York and Virginia. Explorations
wore
In 1664 the Duke of York conquered New Netherland,
no settlement.
The
former
grantingNew Jerseyto Berkeleyand Carteret.
southern part wen'
never

sold his undivided

in L674

half

Bocietjof Friends,by whom


In

L676

part

eastern
the

Byllinge of

and

under

the

transferred to trustees.

was

whereby

the

of East Jersey,and

name

sold

was

provincesmaintained

Queen
137

it

deed"
Quintipartite

given to Carteret

was

Fenwick

part to the Trustees,as West Jersey. Carteret's portion


in 1682 to a heard of proprietors,
also Friends.
The

western

two

"

the

executed

was

to

in turn

united them

Anne

Before 1775.

separate governments
the

as

Plowdcn's

New

provinceof
Albion

till 1702

when

New

Jersey.
grant. East

and

West

Jersey1676-1702.
Biographies:Carteret,Sir
George;Fenwick,John; Franklin, William;etc.
New

Sweden

ilonialwars
Fenwick's

138

1775-1865.

167.

E HHi-199.

colony

F 142. S2.

Biographies:Houston,

W.

C;

Kirkpat-

rick,Andrew; Field,K. S.; etc.


E 263.N5.
war
Revolutionary
Militaryoperations E 230.5-239.

tenon, William

Bayard,John

E 302.6. P3.

E 263.P4B.

John
Witherspoon,
War

ei

L812

302. 6.\Y7.

E 359.5.N4.

Theodore
linghuysen,

Dayton, W. L. E 415.9.
Parker,Joel E 521.P.
W.W.
Phelps,
Civil
Tabic

of subdivisions

war

E 340.F86.
D27.

E664.P53.

E 521.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

104

each state may

be found

on

pages

85-*7.

STATES

UNITED

F
New

131-145
139

HISTORY

LOCAL

Continued.

Jersey
"

Biographies:Jackson, J. P., jr.;McGill, A. T.;

1865-

Pitney, H.

C. ; etc.

Field, R. S. F 138.F.
Parker, Joel E 521. P.
E 664.P53.
Phelps, W. W.
E
664.1173.
Hobart, G. A.
Fisk, C. B. E 664. F53.
McClellan, G. B. E 467.1 .M2.

Wilson,Woodrow
142

E767.

E 726. N4.

of 1898

War

Boundaries.

Counties.

Regions.

145

Pennsylvania (a).

146-160

of the
by Swedes and was portion
it
1655
in
was
conquered by
167);
colony of New
and
formed a pari of thai colony.
Netherland
the Dutch
of New
Xeilierland transferred
of York's conquest of New
In 1664 the Duke
his royal
Perm received
1(1*0-82 William
it to bis control.

The

southeast

colonized

part was

Sweden

(cf.F

grant of Pennsylvania,extending
the
same

of York

Duke

the

time

the Delaware
River,
there, and selling at the

from

west

releasing las claim

region covered by

modern

Delaware

(which was

claimed by Lord Baltimore as Formingpan of Maryland |. The


in disputewith Maryland for many
southern boundary was
years.
cut
Connecticut claimed a stripalongthe northern border (Connectialso

Gore

or

the
east

as

Susquehanna
Forks

included

of subdivisions

157.W9) and

sidered
Virginiacon-

and
regionBoutih and
[Pittsburgh]
and
count)- governments.
territory,
organized

in her

(Cf.Westmoreland
Tabic

claim

of the Ohio

County

(a),(b), (o),or ("1)tinder each

105

stato

may

!"

157.W5.)

bo

found

on

pages 85-87.

IP.

100

CONOR]

OF

LIBRARY

Pennsylviinia Continued.

Penn, L681. Tho Paxton boys.


Biographies:Pannebecker, Bendrick; Pastorius,
p, | ". ; Logan, James; Keith, Sir William; Antes,
Henry; Weiser,Conrad; Kinsey,John; Schlatter,
Michael;etc.
Gran!

Before 1775.

bo

Bwediflh and Dutch settlements before 1680


Intercolonial ware, 1689 1763
Indian

French and

Fori

war;

L96 L99.

Duquesne

E s:;.76.

in northeastern

Connecticul claims

claims in southwestern
Viriginia

L53

William
proprietors:

Penn

Buckshot

1838.

177.". 1865.

E 199.

F 137.F.

Franklin, William

E 98.M6Z.
David
Zeisberger,
Pontiac's conspiracy,L763 L765

The

167.

E 302.6.F8.

Franklin,Benjamin

152.2

F L52.2.

Penn, William

war,

Pa.
F

Pa.

and

157.W9.

157.W5.

family.

Biographies
:Hiester,

Gibson,J. B.; Duanc, W. J.;

Joseph;Biddle,Charles;
Lewis, Ellis;
Woodward,

G.

W.; Price,E. K.;

etc.

E 302.6.A7.
Armstrong, John
E 302.6.DJ
Dickinson, John
Ma. lay. William
E 302.6.M14:
Mi rris,Robert
E 302.6.M8.
E 263. P IB.
Bayard, John
E
302.6.R3.
Reed, Joseph
Si.

Clair. Arthur

F483.S.

Thomas
E 207.M6.
Mifflin,
R
lutionarywar E 263.P4.
E 230.5-239.
Militaryoperations
Gonnecticul
settlers in Wyoming
claim

Valley: Susquehanna

F 157.W9.

McKean, Thomas
Jared
tngereoll,

E 302.6.M13.
E 302. G.16.

3u ions, Thomas

E 302.6. F56.

J. P.
Muhlenberg,

G.

Albert
Gallatin,

James

Dallas,A. J.

E207.M96.
302.6. G16.

E 302.6.R8.

E302.6.D14.

Maclay,Samuel

E 302.6.M138.

Whisky insurrection.

1701

E 315.

Boudinot,Elias E 302.6.B7.
Fries' rebellion,
1798-1799
E326.
C. J. E 340.148.
Ingersoll,
bam, s. I). E 340.155.
E 437.
Buchanan, James
War

of 1812

llas,G.M.
W.
Meredith,
Table

of subdivisions

K 359.5.P3.

E340.D14.
M.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

10o

415.9.M5.

each

state

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

UNITED

I
146-160
153

STATES

Pennsylvania.
Continued.

1775-1865"

Stevens, Thaddeus
Cameron,

Simon

J. R.
Ingersoll,
Gilpin,II. D.
Cooper,James

Jones, J. G.
War

340. 15.

340.G48.

E 340.C72.
E

Mexico

Kelley, W.

I).

Civil

war

4I5.9.M8.

E 415.9.J7.
409. 5. P3.

E 664.K2.

527.

Military operations E 470.2;


Biographies:Jackson, G.

471-478.

D.; Lemon, J.
B.; Lemon, M. B.; Hackett, II.
T.; Rowland, G. F.; Patton, A.

1865-

W.;V\"Yfo

with

415.9.S8.

E 415.9.C18.
E

Moorhead, J. K.

154

HISTORY

LOCAL

Ivcmerer, J.
Harrison, J.
Matson, Myron;

Price, E. K.

etc.
153.P.

Hartranft,J. F.

Geary, J. W.

467.1.H4.

E 467.1. G29.

Beaver, J. A. E467.1.B39.
Molly Maguires XIV 6452.P4.
Quay, M. S. E 664.Q2.
War

157

Tabic

Regions.

of .subdivisions

of 1898

Counties.

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

726.P4.

Boundaries.

under

107

each State maj

be found

on

pagi

A.
B.
E.

I |i.

160

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY
Pennsylvania.

Boundaries

Counties.

,,,n

I"-

Val-

reek and

ley.
onneaul

"

Cumberland

and

Dauphin

McKean

.MS

Mahoning
"

(or Hittoch-

tinny I Valley, i in

D2

ming

.M2

Na-

road.

Cumberland

Delaware Co.

.I"i

Delaware

"

Erie

197.M2.

,M58

Monongahela River
Valley. Cf. F 217.

,M6

Monroe

.M7

and

M6.

k".Pocono Mountain.

Montgomery

ley,
River and Val-

Co.

I I

Cf. F L57.D5.

Bucks

Erie

Lake

Montour

.N7

Northampton

.N8

Northumberland
Ohio

gion,Pa.

and

cos.)

.M8

re-

Peiki-

Valley
Montgomery and

(in

Gap.

Co.

River

omen

Cf. F L42.W2.
,E6

ley,
Val-

and

Mifflin Co.

uiii-

Franklin

Delaware Water
Elk Co.

River

.M56

Pa.

.Kl

o.

Mercer Co.

Cf. F 106.
.])""

( !o.

.M6

" o.

,D3

'"""

"

Pa

tionalroad. Cf. HE356.

Luzerne

'"

"'"".

Cumberland

berland

('out inued.

Co.

River

I !o.
" o.

and

Valley,

Pa. F L57.B2.

F 555.

.03

Oil

.1-'

FayetteCo.

.P5

Perry Co.

,F7

Foresl Co.

.P56

,F8

Franklin

Philadelphia" '"". ty
(Counmerged into city
1854. Cf. !"'158.)

Co.

The

Cumberland

part of
Kit-

or

iochtinny Valley in

.P6

Pike

Cono-

.P8

Potter Co.

and

.S3

Valley.
I F 157.C9; F 187.W3.

.85

Schuylkill Co.
Snyder Co.

I'ranklin

Co.

cocheague Creek
I

regions.

Co.

.S6

Somerset

.G8

Greene Co

.S67

Sullivan

,H9

Huntingdon Co.

.S7

.18

Indiana Co.

.S8

Susquehanna
Susquehanna

..Ii

Jefferson

.17

Juniata

.LIS

Lackawanna

1.17

Co.
River

[uea

Creek.
I.a'A

.1

Lebanon

I5

Tibia ofsabdhriskna

Tell,

Weal

Tioga Co.
Venango Co.

,W2

Warren

\\';;

Co.

Washington Co.

1781.)
Cf. F 157.W5.
and

Valley

(a),(b),(c),or (.d)under each

10S

187.S8.

branch of the Susquehanna.

.Y-i

Lehigh I
Lehigh River

and

and

.T5

Lancasti

.L3

River

Cf.F127.S96;F
.S9

Valley.
I.-

Co.

Valley.

River and Valley.

Lackawanna

Co.
Co.

stale

.W35
may

Wayne
be

found

Co.
on

pagi

ized
(Organ-

STATES

LOCAL

Counties.

Bound

UNITED

F
146 -160

HISTORY

Pennsylvania.

Regions.

157

Westmoreland

.W5

Old

aries- "Continued.

organized

Wyoming
Wyoming

Ws

Co.

Westmoreland

.W9

Co.

Co.

Valley.

moreland,
presentWestand

Connecticut

ary
Greene cos.).Bound-

disputes
Va. down
her

and

town

of

county

quehanna
Sus-

company.
Gore."

"Connecticut

ton,
WashingFayette

necticut
Con-

claims.

cluding
(in-

1773

land.
Westmore-

with

to 1784

and

.Y6

York

Co.

Cf. F 157.C75.

organization of

of
the region (district
West

ties
Augusta, counMonongalia,
Yohoganiaand Ohio).

of

subdivisions.)
Philadelphia (Metropolis

158

.4

To 1775.

.44

1775-1854

Consolidation

Riots of 1844,etc.

act, merging the

county of Philadelphiain the city.


1854-

Centennial

T.

1876
exposition,

Sections of the city.

Suburbs.

.68

.E4

Elmwood.

.N78

North

.F2

Falls of

.N8

Northern

.08

Oxford

.W7

Windmill

Schuylkill.

Germantown
.L4

159.G3.

League Island.

Liberties.

Township.
Island.

Topics.

160

.D9

Dutch.

.F8

French.

.15

.G3

Germans.

.118

Huguenots.

Irish.
P4.

185.93.

SlaveryE

445. P3.

Scotch-Irish.

.S4

firsl settlements in Ihe

The

1629.

the Swedes

1638

River

ware

Welsh.

n, and

on

Before

In

1655

the
when

Claimed

English conquest.
the

held

adjudged to

Delaware."

"Lower
IVnn.

Lord

Known

Pa. and
Dutch
it

of New
included

was

i lie

about

""

I "ela-

N. J.,calling

and

Baltimore
as

Dutch

the lower

Netherin the
William

Lower Counties

separate province 1703.

settlements

River; New Sweden.


conquest 1664.
The

by both

the latter.

Swedish

1775.

the

by

the regionabout

it till 1661

Sweden.

land conquered and


Pen

made

region were

colonized

Bay, in Del., southeastern

and

their colony New

Counties

Dutch
Part
on

on

the

conquest
of

Perm's

Delaware

1655.

lish
Eng-

grant

1681.

the Delaware.''

F 152.2.

William

E 302.6.B6.
Rodney, Caesar
E 302.6.M13.
McKean, Thomas
Read, George E 302.6.R27.
Table

'

(a).

Delaware

167

Negroes E

.W4

161-175

Perm.

of subdivisions

(a),(b), (c),or (u)

under

109

each stutc

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

10]

17."'

Continued.

Delaware

t08

"

"

CONGRESS

OF

\i;y

ur,i;

Pu
Biographies:

"

Rodi

ey,

Pennock; etc.

l;,i-

'

B302.6.]
E 26
wax
Lutionary
ard,J. A. E302.6.B3.

H5.9.06.

ton,.1. M.

E 500.

I wax

Gilpin,E.

F L69.Q.

\V.

E. W.; Addicks,J.E.;
Gilpin,
Biographies:
Regions. Counties. Boundaries.
1865

16g
[72

-D4

Boundaries.

.B7

Delaware River and Valley,


Del.

Pennsylvaniaboundary;

Cf. F 10G.

Dixon's

Mason

and

line

F L57.B7.

Maryland boundary
I

D3

New

.S8

Sussex

Castle Co.
Co.

I 12. D3.

Negro alavery E
L90

.No

Topics.

17."

176

Kent

Bob.emiaManorPl87.C3.

Bay region,Del.

F L06, F

Co.

.K3

L87.B7.

Delaware

etc.

Maryland

1 15.D3.

(c).
in

included
Territory

Virginiaby early charters.

Lord Baltimore under

Va. formed

and
putcewithPa.

Granted

1632

to

thecolonywas settled. Boundary dis-

whom

importantpartof the earlyhistory.

an

Calverts,proprietorsof Maryland.
GeorgeCalvert,1st baron of. Baltimore,
Baltimore,

Before

Is!

The

177.5.

baron

cilius Calvert, 2d
Claiborne.
French

Eden,
1775

185

L865.

Dixon's line

and

Indian

199.

E 263.M3E.

Biographies
:McMahon,J.V.;Lowe, E.L.;etc.

Charles
Carroll,

E302.6

C3.

E 263.M3.
Revolutionarywar
MilitaryoperationsE 230.5-239.
E 302.6.H4.
Henry, John
E 302.6.M12.
McHenry, James
E 302.6.P6.
Pinkney, William
War

of L812

E 359.5.M2.

Baltimore riot,

is

F L89.B1.

L2

Militaryoperations E 355.
E 340.P3.

Kennedy.

.1.

P.

War with Mexico

HickB,T. IF
Harris,B. G.
is,H.W.
Civil war

415.9.K35.
E 409.5.M2.

415.9.H6.
E 415.9.H28.

E415.9.D!
512.

Militaryoperations E
Table

of subdivisions

and

F 157.1'.?.
1755-1763

war,

sir Etoberl

Island

Kent

in Md.

Toleration

and

Mason

of.

(a),(b),(c),or (d) under

110

each

470.2, 471
state

mar

be found

on

pages S5-87.

Continued.

Washington

Columbia.

191

CONOR]

OF

uiiwaky

Location of national

Miscellaneous.

capital.L'Enfanl
Question of the re-

plan. Retrocession.
;ilof capital.

,,iiil his
ni. ,\

Alexandria Co

197

Before L815.

198

1815

F232JU.

V".

1878.
E 340.K33.

Kendall, Amos

E 396.

Princeton,1844
on
frigate
Explosion
dean

E 409.5.D6.

war

P 195.

Retrocession of Alexandria Co., 184G


E 501.

I war

operations E 470.2,471-478.
Military
F 391.P.
G
.W.
Pascbal,
L99

1878

2112

Regions. Suburbs.

Boundaries.
Val-

Anacostia River and

,A5

ley.
,B7

Boundaries.

.B8

Brightwood.

,C6

Columbia

.M9
.P8

Potomac

Heights.

etc.
Localities,
.1

Le Droit Park.
Mount

.W5

national cemetery
Arlington

.3

Earbor.

.!

Monuments.
ti.

Parks.

.7

Streets.

205

220

The

(a).

South

Mason

and

Bridges.

Wards.

i.

and

individual.

.At

E A 15.D6.

South

Dixon's

Atlantic

line and

States.

Ohio

Region

210
2 12

Before

213

177.". In.

1 77.").

Early grantsof Virginia,


Raleigh'scolonies,etc.

F 229.

E 230.5-239.
paignsof the revolutionary
war
Slavery E 141-453.
ithern convention,Nashville 1850
E 423.S.
Civil war
and
period(Travel
description).

Historyof the

E 468.

war

Confederate States of America


Table

south

River.

Slavery in the U. S. E 441-453.


Miscellaneous.
Mountain
whites of the South.

21 1

Rail-

(The Capitol;

of statuary

Negro slavery

206

Ih-iiokland.

Statues.

Collective
Buildings,
Topics.

204

F187.P8, F203.3.

roads.
.9

F204.C2

Hall

i.

West

.5

F234.A7.
Churches.

River and Valley,

Special.

Cemeteries.

.2

Pleasant.
D. C.

Georgetown.
203

XA

of subdivisions

(a),(b),(c),or (d) under

112

each

E -182-189.
state

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

of

(WITED

F
The

206-220
215

STATES

LOCAL

HISTORY

Continued.

South"

1805-

Reconstruction

210

Northern

period,1865-1877.

formed

ameliorate

to

conditions

eties
socithe

at

South.
Histories of reconstruction

E 668.

Regions.

217

.A3

Alleghany Mountains.
Atlantic

coast

Old

F 106.

siasippi
Valley
Potomac

Blue

Ridge Mountains.
(hesapeake Bay region

.B6

River

.T3

Tennessee

Ohio

and Valley

F 396.

and

River

Cf. F

F296.

Mis-

Valley

F 187.P8.

F 187.C5.
Gulf coast
River

Southwest; Lower

332.T2

and
;

Valley.

443. T3

F 457. T3.

F 516-520.

Virginia (c).

221-235

first applied in the reign of Queen Elizabeth


to the region
from Florida.
First attempted
extending indefinitelynorthward
settlement
that of Raleigh under
his patent of 1584.
was
Virginia
defined
under King James' 1st, 2d and 3d charters 1606-1612.
was
The
later Pa., Md., and Carolina charters took off largesections
of land already given to Virginia. The
Quebec act of 1774 cut off

Name

her

Great

Britain

given up
northwest

to the

of the Ohio

(in addition
Pa.).

abandoned

U.

the civil

war

with capitalat Alexandria

part of the state held

in

was

1775.

1590.

claims

region. Others of

same

ually
event-

were

the territory
river in 1789

land in southwest

to

progress,

won

Union

government

recognized by the U. S. and that

was

States troops. West Virginia


section of the state declaring

by United

lost to Va. during the war,


againstsecession.

Before

to that

1784, and that south of the


1789

was

the close of that

Virginiasurrendered

S.

in
relinquishing

to

While

her claim

until it

At

conflictingcharter rights,all of which

the states had

was

River

by G. R. Clark during the revolution.

war

229

of the Ohio

north
territory

western

back

that

and colonies,
15S4Raleigh'sexplorations
of London.
Jamestown
Virginiacompany

settlement.

Smith.

John

1070.
rebellion,

Washington,George
French

and Indian

Indian

The
E

con's
Ba-

massacres.

parsons'cause.

312.
E

1755-1763

war,

199.

E 302.6.L4.
Lee, R. H.
Mason, George E 302.6.M45.

Cherokee

war,

Pontiac's

1763
conspiracy,

Dunmore's

175!) L761

war,

E s:",.759.

Kxplorationsin Ohio Valley


Table

of subdivisions

19572""

13

E 83.76.

1765

1774; Battle of Point

(a), (b),(c),or (d) under

113

each

state

Pleasant

83.77.

F 517.
may

be

found

on

pages 85-87.

Continued.

Virginia
,

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Jo

ph; \'")ton, W.

r.ail. -.
I

i;

Joseph; Martin,
Peyton,J. H.; etc.

Biographies:Johnson,

1865.

\ii

M.;

F 241.B.

ii ii

E 302.fi l.i.

II

E302.6.M45.
E 302.6 II"'.

trick
Il.nr", I'..

E 332.

Thomas
Jefferson,

E 263.V8.
lutionary
E 230.5-239.
Military
operations
war

Clark't conquest of tin- Northwest

234.

E 342

Madison, Jamee

E :;02.6.R18.

Randolph, Edmund

E 372.

Monroe, James
Marshall,John

E 302.6.M I.

north of Ohio River, 1784


E309; F483.
Cession of territory
F 157.W6.
in
Pa.
southwestern
of
claims
Relinquishment
E 207.L5.

Lee, Henry

Washington,Buahrod
Final

Mercer.

F 454.

Ky.

E 340.W79.

Wirt, William
John

Randolph,

302.6.W15.

of claims to

withdrawal

C. F.

302.G.R2.

340.M5.

1798
Virginiaresolutions,

Mason, A. T.

302.6.M43.

Tyler, John

397.

War

359.5. 73.

of 1812

328.

Militaryoperations E 355.
Gordon, W. F. E 340.G6.
Mason, J. M.

Nat.

insurrection,1831

Turners

Hunter.

415.9. M2.

11. M.T.

E 415.9. F(it.
Floyd, J. B.
E 415.9.G2.
Garnett,M. R. H.
John Brown
at Harper's Ferry
Civil

war

Union.

F 232.S7.

415.9. H9.

451.

581.

Gov.

Peirpoint E 534.
Virginia F 241.

Separation of Wesl

MilitaryoperationsE 470.2-.3,471-478.
231

L865

Reconstruction.
Controversies with West

Barbour,J.
Daniel,J.

S.

T.

Lee, Fitzhugh
of subdivisions

Virginia F

241

664. B23.

E 664.D18.

W.

C.
O'Ferrall,

Table

E
E

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

114

664.042.
467.1.L39.
each

state

may

be

found

on

pages 85-87.

UNITED

F
221-235

STATES

LOCAL

HISTORY

Virginia" Continued.
Counties.

Regions.

232

Co.

.A15

Accomac

.A3

Albemarle

.A4

Alexandria

Parishes.

Cf. F232.E2.

.K4

Co.

.K5

Boundaries.
King
King

William

.L8

Loudoun

.Ml

Mecklenburg Co.

.M6

Middlesex

.M7

Montgomery

.N2

Xansemond

,N3

New

.A9

Augusta

.B3

Bath

.B4

Bedford

.B7

Boundaries.

Wcyer'scavc,

Co.

Co.
Co.

Va.-Pa.

boundary
Virginia's ,N5

claims

in

Pa.

157.W5.

Co.

Co.

Kent

Co.

River

New
Va.

.N8

Norfolk

F202.B7.

.06

Orange. Co.

Md.

F187.B7.

.09

Overwharton

Bristol Parish.

.P2

Page Co.

.B9

Brunswick

.P8

Potomac

.B92

Bruton
Buchanan
Caroline

Va.

Co.
Co.

.C3

Charles

.04

Charlotte

.C43

Chesapeake

City Co.

.P9

Pulaski

.R6

Roanoke

.R63

Roanoke

Co.

region,

Bay

.C5

Clarke

Co.

.C9

Culpeper Co.

.1)7

Dismal

LakeDrum

swamp.

mond.

.S15

Eastern

.E7

Essex

.F2

Fairfax Co.

.G4

shore of Va.

Mountain

Gloucester

Co.

.H17

Halifax

River

.H2

Hamilton

.H23

Hampton

and

St. Mark's

St. Peter's Parish.

.S47

Shenandoah

.S5

Shenandoah

.S7

Valley. Cf. F 247.S5.


Co.
Nat
Southampton

.S8

Spottsylvania Co.

Parish.

Co.
River

insurrection.

TangierIsland.

.T2

Tazewell

Parish.

.T8

Truro

Roads.

.V2

Valley of Virginia.
Cf.

Cf. F232.J2.
.W3

.H5

Henrico

.18

Isle of

Wight

Parish.

J2

James

River

232.S5.

West

District
Augusta
(Pa.) F 157. W5.

!o.

and

Co.

Parish.

Washington Co.

'

"

Valley.

Cf. F 232.1123.

.W8

Wise Co.

.Y6

York

Co.

Topics.

235

.F8

French.

.G3

Germans.

.J5

Jews.

of subdivisions

Huguenots.

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

Xe-roes

Slavery

under

\l"\
i

115

and

Cf. F232.S15.
.T15

Co.

ley,
Val-

Cf. F262.R5.

.S25

Lake.

Co.

Henrico

Co.

Turner's

Giles Co.

.114

Co.

St. George's Parish.

Co.

.G6

ley,
Val-

.S2

Cf. F 262. D7.

.E2

cave.

and

Cf. F 187. P8.

Va.

Cf. F 187.C5.

Va.

Parish.

Luray
River

Parish.

.C2

Valley,

Co.

.B8

.B94

and

Cf. F 247.N5.

D.C. boundary

Co.

Co.
Co.

Cf. F232.S2.

southwest

boundary

Co

Co.

Co.

including

Queen

and

Cf. F 191-205.

Old

Table

each

state may

lie

found

on

185.93. VS.

I I5.V8.

pages 85-87.

UBR

I
VY.

"

d).

Virginia

"Il,,,

,.,

0Untie

"

June

24]

L9, I

Va.

Controversies between

Periods.

growingoul of
etc.
Mrs. Ann:
Bailey,

phy:
separation.Biogra-

the

Va.

and W.

Admitted

in L861.

which refused to secede


irginia

works.

Genera]

CONGRESS

OF

\KV

'I'll I''230.J.
of the
hiator)and organization

Jo]
Civil

\\;ir

Gov.

Union government of Va.

state E

536.

PeirpointE

534.

E 682.

Confederate

MilitaryoperationsB 470.2-.4, 471-178.


247

Boundaries.

Regions. Counties.

Valley.

and

River

New

Cf. !"'232.N5.
Ohio

Co.

Pendleton

Co.

Co.

Pocahontas

W.

and Valley,

River

Potomac

Cf. F 187.P8.

Va.

Co.

Preston

Randolph Co.
Ritchie

Co.
River

Shenandoah
W.

ley,
and Val-

Va.

Cf. F 232.S5.
Co.

Summers

Co.

Tucker

Wood

261

265

North

Co.

(a).

Carolina

Within the limits of the present N. C.


in 1585
colony in America, Raleigh's,
modern

the

t'arolinas

planted

was

(F

229").

all known

was

the

The
as

firstEnglish

comprising
territory
Virginia, and

of London
1606.
formed pari of the grant to the Virginiacompany
settlers, the region was
Nol beingoccupied by the Jamestown
in

granted

1629 to Sir Robert

Heath

the

under

of "Caro-

name

ginia
Vircolony
in
1663
of
Florida
as
was
Spanish colony
re-granted
Carolina to a company
of proprietors. Settlement
made
at
was
(the Cape Fear region)in N.C.,
al Albemarle and Clarendon
once

No

lana."

and

and
were

BO

years

remote

later

from

at

each

period,their governments
not

divided

ceded to the V
of subdivisions

Charleston
other

crown.

the tract

between

L712.

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

116

each

in S. C.

during

These
of the

most

settlements

proprietary

separatein fact,though the colony

The

S. in 17")0 and
under

that

wen-

till aboul

their claims to the

Table

and

the

few

established

was

proprietorsreleased
portion of the state was

172!) the

western

became
stale

may

the
be

of Tennessee.

state

found

on

pages S5-S7.

251-265
257

North

Carolina

Before

LOCAL

STATES

UNITED

HISTORY

Continued.

"

of Carolina

proprietors1663.
settlements.
and Clarendon
Royal province.
of the regulators,
1766-1771.
Biographies:

Grant

1775.

Albemarle
War

to

Burrington, George; Everhard, Sir Richard;


dell,Hugh; Tryon, William; Hunter, James;
colonies, 1584-1590

Raleigh's Roanoke
The

original
grant of Carolina, before

Intercolonial wars,
Tuscarora

Cherokee

F 272.

196-199.

83.71.
F 314.

E 83.759.

1759-1761

war,

etc.

229.

the division

with Spaniardsof Florida, 1740

War

258

1711-1713

war,

1689-1763

Wad-

Biographies:Lane, Joel;Smith, Benjamin;


Moore, Alfred; Manly, Charles; Yancey, Bartlett;

1775-1865.

Davis, George; Morehead,

J.

M.;

etc.

E 302. (J.117.
Hooper, William
Transylvaniacolony (Ky.) F 454.
E 263. N8.
Revolutionary war
E 215.9.
Mecklenburg resolutions

MilitaryoperationsE

230.5-239.

of 1784

settlers: Cessions

Tennessee

and

1790; Watauga,

Franklin, etc. F 436.


E 302.6.17.
Iredell,James
Nathaniel

Macon,

Davie, W.

R.

302.6.M17.

302.6. D2.

E 302.6.H29.
Harper, R. G.
Lemuel
E 302.6. S3.
Sawyer,
R.
E
W.
340.K54.
King,

of 1812

War

359.5.N7.

F 259. W.

Worth, Jonathan
Graham, W. A.

Clingman,T.
Holden, W.

W.

war

Union

L.

415.9.C63.
259.H.

E 664.S23.

Scales,A. M.
Civil

415.9.G7.

573.
524.

Militaryoperations E 470.6, 471-178.


259

1865-

Reconstruction.

Holden,

W.

W.; Johnston, T. D.; Aycock C. B.; etc.


F 258.D.

Davis, George
Scales,A. M.

Ransom,
War..

Worth, Jonathan;
Biographies:

M.

D.

I"L898

Tablcofsub(livisions(a),(b),(c),or

664.S23.
E 664. R2.

726.N8.

(d) under each

117

stale

may

be found

on

i ages

85-87.

266

'-,vm"

South

()K

AlvY

Lim;

South
North Carolina,

grants of
in

each other

of the

included within the original

was

province of Carolina
settlements

the
necessarily

were

governments

period. About
proprietary

the 8
17:.'!)
the

Carolina.

of

whole

proprietors. The

thai

divided,and
Georgiaand
South

Carolina

Virginia.The

liit::"to 8

mosl

ONGRESS

(a).

Carolina

Like

sold
proprietors
territory
extendingwest

Western

lands

1712

the

claims

from

still claimed
were

was

granted
from

remote

ing
separate dur-

wore

then

of Tenn.,

stripsouth

narrow

so

provino
to the

it,were

taken

crown.

from

sisting
by the state,congranted to the U. S.

I7S7.

272

Before 1775.

The

"Carolana"

province of
Charleston

grant

Carolina

settlement.

Locke's

not

colony at

Carteret,Sir

Port

George

Northern Carolina
Edmund

Royal. 1562

DA

F 257.

L763

rgiasettlement F 289.
lugustineexpedition,1740
Table

of subdivisions

war.

1 759-1761

(a), (b),(c),or (d) under

US

each

196-199.

447.B7.

Montgomery'sA/ilia patent

Cherokee

F 314.

F L37.C.

settlements

Intercolonialwars, 1689

Bohun,

Florida

from

state

F314.

S3. 759.
may

be

found

on

nal
origi-

(1663-1712)

Fundamental

Spanish
Separationof the two Carolinas.
attack

The

1629.

whole

as

pages 85-87.

stitutions.
con-

16S0.

LTORART

imird.

" ""nl

Carolina

South

CX)NQRBSS

OF

Top
EH
.1

Negroes

Buguenots.

.S4

281

29G

E L86.93.S7.

E 446.87.
Slavery
Scotch-Irish.

Georgia
ol the Carolina grant (1688 L666),bul nol colonized. 1717
of Carolina
sir Robert Montgomery obtained from the Proprietors
and
the Altarnaha, which VM
ill between
the Savannah
:

forfeited3 years later


Irai

the

between

settlement

no

as

and

Savannah

was

made.

Altainalia

In

Rivers

was

L732 the

granted

of the
by the Crown for 21 years to Trustees. At the expiration
In
the
land
the
it
L763
between
became
trust
a
royalprovince.
Altamaha

and

added

to

was

St. Mary's River and

Georgia.

1802 the state assumed

In

the

Misd-.-ippi

its present form

land-

the 8. C. cession of 1787

1775.

to

to the U. S. and receivingBO much


of
lay north of its reduced limits.
Montgomery's Azilia. The Trustees for

l"yceding itswestern

Before

regionwest

as

the colony of Georgia.


establishing
Royal province.
Intercolonial

1689

wars,

1763

J.

E.

thorpe.
Ogle-

196-199.

295. SI.
Salzburger immigration
Augustineexpedition,1 740 F 314.
1775-1865.
Biographies:Clayton,A. S.; etc.
F

St.

290

Revolutionarywar

E 263.63.

Militaryoperations

Elbert,Samuel
Jackson,

James

Western

lands, coded

Yazoo

land

Cherokee

War

1st Creek

1st Seminole

99.C5.

L813-1814

83.813.

1817-1818

L836

A.

Hill. B. 11.
i\ il war

296, 321-350.

E 340.C89.

war,

reek war,

S.

F 341.

E 359.5.G4.

war,

Toombs, R.

to U.

companies

\\'. II.

of L812

230.5-239.

E 302.6.J2.

troubles

Crawford,

E 207. E3.

83.S17.

83.S36.

415. 9. T6.

E 664.H53.
E 559.

Union

E 503.

MilitaryoperationsE 470.6, 471-178.


1865

-'"Il

Reconstruction.

Biographies:Jenkins,
Harden, E.J.; Bullock,R. B.; etc.
Toombs,

R. A.

Hill. I*. II.

Table

of

E 415.9.T6.

E664.H53.

I "n. .1. B.

I'.467.1.666.

ly. II W.

E664.G73.

C,

subdivisions (a),(b),(c),or (d) under

120

each

state

may

be found

on

pages S5-S7.

J.:

STATES

UNITED

"

292

Counties.

Ro^ions.

Boundaries.

S. C. cession

Boundaries.

.B7

Floyd Co.
Liberty Co.

.F6

south of Tenn.

.L6

S.C.boundary F277.B7.
Fla. boundary F 31 7.B7.
F 443
Tenn. boundary

.M2

Madison

.P61

Pierce Co.

.S2

St. Mary's River and ValCf. F 317.S3.


ley, Ga.

.S3

Savannah

.B7.
River

Chattahoochee

.C4

and

296

and

River
F

277.S3.

Wilkes Co.

Topics.
Cf. F 295.S1.

.G3

Germans.

.Jo

Jews.

.M8

Moravians.

Gulf

states.

coast,

Atlantic

lt.3;Uou

q
F 206

states

Valley
Mississippi

Lower

Florida

West

220.

F 396.

F 301.
F 336-350.

Territory| 1798)
Mississippi
West

Negroes E 185.93.G4.
Slavery E 445.G3.
Salzburgers.

.SI

Gulf

South

301

Ware

.W7

Co.

Cobb

.C6

Co.

Valley. Cf.

Valley. Cf. F 317.A6;


,W2
F 317. J2; F 332.C4.
295

Continued.

Georgia

281-295

HISTORY

LOCAL

Florida.
the Louisiana

portionof

The

French

about

her

the Gulf

on
possessions

Britain 1703, with

Mississippi.Great
in

Spain

from

settled by
Mississippi;

eaal of the

to Great

of the

possessionseast
Spanish Florida

French

coasl

Ceded

1700.

1763, ami

into

coast

the

the

ceived
re-

after divided

booii

colonics

two

other

Britain also

of Last

Liver
forming
Florida,the Chattahoochee-Apalachicola
them.
The northern limit of West Florida
the boundary between

and

West

was

at

first

3*1";
after

ceded

were

former

claimed

32",30/

the

line

Florida,was

surrendered

as

known

in dispute,sometimes
(The territory

of West

31

agreedupon

was

the northern
as

by Spain to

'he

boundary.
district

Natchez

the U. S. in 1798 and

and enlarged1804 by
of Mississippi;
organizedas the Territory

addition

north

of 1787
north

of

31").

lands,

of it. thus

and

Gulf

of the
Florida,consisting

West

the

that part of the S. C. cession


includingall modern Ala. and Miss.

Georgia'swestern

of

as

treaty of 1783,but both Floridas


Britain the same
year and the

Spain by Greal

to

country

The

3l"".30'.

1701.

in the American-P.ritish

boundary

coasl

south

continued
the Chattahoochee and the Mississippi,
dential
Spanish colony. The inhabitants revolted in 1810,and a presi-

of 31" between
a

proclamation
of the U. S.
was
district)

stale

1812;

The

added
the

pari west
to

as

annexed
district),

to

small

of the

remnant

continued

east

to be

east

as

known

as

Wesl

war

tion
jurisdic(Baton Rouge

the Perdido River


same

I the Pensacola

Perdido

Florida)was
1818, returned

year.

part of the Florida purchaseof L819.


Louisiana boundary
F 377 .B7.

Pensacola

of subdivisions

district

F334.

F377.F6

F 817.W5,

M6.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

121

each

state

may

be found

The

son
conquered by, Jacknext
Spain
year,

to

tinned

Mobile

as

(Mobile

district, which

of La.
Baton Rouge district;Florida parishes
Natchez districl K 341.

Tabic

the

the tatter's admission

on

Territory the
Mississippi

in the 1st Seminole


and

far

under

of the Pearl River

Louisiana

remainder

Florida

Wesl

declared

on

pages 85-S7.

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Florida

tl!r

by Spain, France and Ens*

made

were

Colonized by the two former nations,but Boon


recognized
Boundaries aol denned, I"mi limited by

land.

the French

the north and

and

to

part of West

Mi"

Admitted

territoryL822.

Before

as

state L845.

French

Huguenot colonics, 1562-1565.


Gourgues. St. Augustine colony. St.

1819.

Menendez.

1740.
Augustine expedition,
"'

Florida"

Republicof

Florida.

East

between

St.

and

Mary's rivers 1812-1816.


[sland,1817.
Treaty of
claims (in general).

Amelia
Florida

ral works
Ponce

Soto. Hernando
West

Execution

1819-1865.

F 1410.

__,

coast W
E

of Arbuthnot

'

372-

83.813.
E

and

83.817.

Ambrister

administration

Jackson, Andrew

1835- 1842

war,

E
as

83.817.

governor.

382.

Brockenbrough,\V. H.

E 83.835.

E 340.B8.

E 558.

war

Union

America

125.N3.

1817-1818

war,

Jackson's

Civil

Spanish

1819.

125.S7.

1813-1814

war,

Seminole

at

E 382.

Jackson, Andrew
1st Seminole

St. John's

125. P7.

F 319.S2.
F 301. Gulf

Florida

reek

de

St. Augustine

2d

pendent
Inde-

McGregor

the Spaniards in North

on

de Leon, Juan

Naryaez,*"anfilode

315

Ceded

ae

troubles with northern neighbors,


sold to U. S.
Florida still in Spanish hands.
A

of border
1819 with

:;il

the (rest.

on

East Florida,bounded
River
and north by31"
by the Chattahoochee-Apalachicola
River. Returned to Spain 1783,and after a generation

I Britain 1763, who reorganizedit

E 502.

Militaryoperations E 470.7,471-478.
316

L865

317

Regions.
.A

,A6

Reconstruction.
Counties.

Boundaries.

AJachuaCo.

A.palachicolaRiver

and

Galley. Of. F332.C4.


,;7

.B8

Boundaries.

.E9

Everglades.

.H5

Hernando

.H6

Hillsborough Co.

J2

Jackson

Brevard Co. Indian River.


Chattahoochee
River and
Dade

Co.

Valley, Fla.
317.

F332.C4.

BiBcayneBay.

.L3

Lee

Co.

Cf. F 317.E9.

F317.E9.
Escambia

.L5

Leon

,M2

Manatee

Cf.F317.P4.
T "hlo of subdivisions

and

Cf. F 292.C4; F

Lake Worth.
K:

Co. Chattahoochee

River

Valley,Fla. F317.J2.
]y-

Co.

Co.
Co.

Manatee

River.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

122

each

state

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

A6;

UNITED

"306-320
317

321-335

STATES

LOCAL

HISTORY

Florida.

Counties.

Regions.

Boundaries

"

Continued.

(d).

Alabama

territoryincluded in the present state of Alabama was, all but


in the Carolina grants 1663-1665;
extremity, embraced
and again under the originalGeorgia charter of 1732 or the extension
the
northern
thereof, in 1763, (allexcept a narrow
along
strip
border which belonged to S. C. tillceded to the national government
31" and
32" 30' extending
in 1787.) The portion between
detached
west
to the Mississippiwas
to form part of the English
provinceof West Florida 1764-1783, and in 1798 was organized as
MississippiTerritory. 1804 the remainder, up to 35", including
that part surrendered
added.
by Ga. 1802, and S. C. cession,was

The

the southern

1812, the
Mobile
note

Gulf

under

the

from

coast

Perdido

Florida)became

district of West

1817, on
organized as

was

the

Pearl

River

(the

part of the Territory. Cf.

the admission

336-350.

state,Alabama

to

of Mississippias

with its present limits.


territory

State 1819.

326

General

works.

Periods.

Chilton,W.
Price,T. W.

W.J.j

Early French
West

Biographies:Crenshaw,
P.; Samford,

W.

derson;
An-

F.; Samford,

etc.

settlements

the

on

coast

(Louisiana)

372.

F 301.

Florida

S. C. cession south

of Tenn.

MississippiTerritory
Cherokee

Indians

1st Creek

war,

F 292. B7.

F 341.
99. C5.

E 83.813.

1813-1814

E 340. B6.
Birney, J. G.
W.
R.
E340.K54.
King,
E 340. S6.
Smith, William

2d Creek

Civil

E 83.836.

E 415.9.H65.

W.
E 551.

war

Union

1836

war,

Hilliard,H.
E

495.

Military
operationsE 470. 6-. 7, 471-478.
Wheeler,Joseph E 467.1.W5.
Morgan, J. T. E 664.M7.
War

of 1898

E 726. A3.
,

Tabic

of subdivisions

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

123

cadi

stale

may

be found

on

W.L. E4

pages S5-87.

"

CONGRESS

OF

\kv
I.ll'.i;

Continued.
Regions. Counties.

Alabama

Boun"

aries.

ony.
Garfield col-

Blount Oo.

Mar-hall

,M5

Mobile Bay.
Mobile Oo.

ihattahoochee

I- 292

Valley,Ala
.04.

,P5

Pickens Co.

,T2

Tennessee

Cullman

,G9

Tombigbee

.TO

lonecub Co.

.C9

River

Ala.

Clarke Oo.

.C6

Dauphin

land.
Is-

\'alley.

Cf. F317.P4

and

River

Co.

Perdido River and

I'l

Butli
(

Jeffenon Co.

.\|i;

Tennessee boundary
!" W3.B7.

.C4

.11

,M3

ley,
Val-

and

Cf. F217.T3.
River

ley.
Val-

and

Cf. F 347.T6.

Co.

Tuscaloosa

.T9

Cf.

.ulf coast of Alabama.

Co.

F 332.M5.

P296;

Topics.
Negroes E 185.93.A3.
Slavery E 445. A3.
[50

Mississippi (d).
with the exceptionof its
Alabama, the state of Mississippi,
in
embraced
Carolina grants of 1663the
southern extremity,was
Georgia charter of 1732 and its
1665, and againunder the original
extension in 1763;(a narrow
ing
stripalong the northern border belongfirst
to S. C. till ceded to the U. S. in 1787.) This regionwas
occupiedby the French, and claimed by them as part of Louisiana

Like

tillceded to Great Britain in 1763.


and

west

of Georgia formed
The

1 76 1 1783.

and

of 1787 north

the

Admitted
341

as

was

territorysouth of 32" 3(K


English province of West Florida
by 31", 32" W and the Mississippi
organized as Mississippi
Territory
The

the Ga. cession of 1802, and

In 1804

between

bounded
rivers

Chattahoochee

L798.

pii
.n

area

the

of it,was

Pearl
a

added.

River

and

state, 1S17, with

In

the

the part of the S. C.ces-

1812, .SpanishWest
Perdido

present limits,the

beingset off as Alabama Territory.


works.
General
Periods.
Natchez
Land

Florida

joined

was

district.

West

Florida;Mobile

s.

cession Bouth of Tenn.

Isl Creek

war,

district before 1812

F 301.

F 292.B7.

E 340.P75.

1813-1814

83.813.

E 403.1.Q8.
Quitman, J. A.
E 415.9.W2.
Walker, R.J.
Foote, H. S. E 415.9. F7.
Prentiss,S. S. E 340.P9.

Davis,Jefferson

467.1.D26.

Lamar,

664.1.2.

L. Q. C.

George,J.

Z.

568.

664. G34.

French,

167.1.F87.

Civil

war

Union

E 516.

Military
operationsE 470.6-.7, 471-478.
of subdivisions

(a),(b),(c),or (d) under

124

each

state

may

be found

on

it.

part

Yazoo

companies.Biographies:
Sargent,Winthrop;
Poindexter,George

Table

to

eastern

pages S5-S7.

etc.

UNITED

F
336-350

STATES

LOCAL

Mississippi- Continued
Regions. Counties.

HISTORY

"

347

Louisiana

Boundaries.

366-380.

River
Upper Mississippi

and

Valley

Valley F
Missouri River and Valley

516-520.

Ohio

River

Lower

352

Before

and

River
Mississippi

F 597.

F 598.

Valley F 396.
F 347. B7.
boundary
Mississippi-Arkansas
F 377. B7.
Mississippi-Louisiana
boundary
Discoverers
and
1803.
quette;
early explorers:MarLa

Salle;etc.

Soto's explorations E
New

and

France

125. S7.

1030.

Marquette (General works) F 1030.2.


(General works) F 1030.3.
Ilennepin (General works) F 1030.4.

Joliet

La Salle
Louisiana

(Generalworks) F 1030.5.
(French and Spanish) F 372-373.

Le Moyne

d' Iberville,Pierre

Law's

F 372. L.
HG

scheme
Mississippi

6007.

Carver's explorations F 597. C.


Clark's campaign,
Purchase

353

by U. S.

333.

Lewis

and

Pike's

expedition,1805-1807

592.

Burr's conspiracy,1805-1807

334.

Black

Clark expedition, 1804-1806

Hawk

Civil war;

war.

F 592.

340. D7.
1832

83.83.

historyand campaigns

E 470.8, 471"478.

1865Jetties of the

Table

1803-1865.

Dodge, Henry

354

E 234.

1778-1779

of subdivisions

MississippiTO

(a), (b),(c),or (d)

under

125

each

state

may

4 _'."".
be found

on

pages 85-^7.

CONGRESS

OF

UKKAKY

,"

Louisiana
New
Spain,claimed by both
righlof discovery. Settled l"y Le Moyne
1698 detached from New France as a Beparate province
d'Iberville
i"
1712, include the regionbetween the Alleghenyand Rocky
and
Mountains,New France and New Spain. The earliestcapitals
Florida and

lying between

ii

Spain on

Prance and

ui

centres

Biloxi and Mobile.

were
population
ippiceded to Greal

of

Portion easl of t ho

Britain L763 (becoming known as West


to Spain,the
Florida. Cf. P 301); thai west of the Mississippi
re-ceded to France
previousyear. The latterregionwas secretly
i

Mi

in

1800 and

u.i

divided

the

by

Louisiana.

district "f

the state of Louisiana

in

1812,

Florida

West

the district of

Cession to

raphies:Le Moyne
de

province
and

with the addition


admitted

was

as

Louisiana becoming

of Missouri the same


tlic territory
year.
French Louisiana. Settlement
Before 1803.

zat's monopoly 1712.

Cro-

1698.

Spain1763.

d'Iberville,
Pierre; Le

BiogMoyne

J. B.; etc.
Bienville,
!"'1030.5; F 352.L.

La Salle

Valley
Mississippi
Mobile
Law's

352.

F334.M6.

Mississippischeme,

ihickasaw

373

of Orleans
territory

The

Rouge districtof

of lli"' Baton

372

1804 the

sold to U. S. 1803.

thai power

of Orleans
the line of 33" into the territory

on

war,

HG

1717-1720
E

1739-1740

6007.

83.739.

Spanish Louisiana.
Right
Retrocession
of the Mississippi.

17(')4 1S03.

of
to

tion
navigaFrance,

1800-01.
General

works

Spaniards in North America

on

Purchase of La. by the U. S. 1803


374

Province

1803-1805.

of
with

of Louisiana

Orleans

1804-1812.

Spain. State,1812.

1803-1804.

Lewis

and

F301.

Clark

expedition

Spanish treatyof
The

"

I nd ian

country

Wilkinson, James

'

F 69 7

353.1.W6.

Burr's conspiracy,
1805-1807
War

592. L.

F 314.

1819

334.

of L812;military operations E 355.

Jackson.

Andrew

Ripley,E. W.

E 382.

E 353.1.R5.

Benjamin,.1. P. E 467.1.B4.
Allen,11. \V. E467.1.A4.
"i\il

war

Union

1865-

Hancock, \V.
Table

of subdivisions

565.

E 510.

Military
operationsE
Reconstruction.
s.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

126

470.7-.8,471-478.

467.1.H2.
each

state

tory
Terri-

Boundary disputes
Biographies:Mathews,

George; etc.
Wesl Florida

F 1410.

E 333.

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

CONOR]

i.ir.i;.\i;Y OF

,"

Continued.

381

Frontier troubles with Mexico

Reconstruction

1846

Paschal,"l.
Biographies:

wiili

167 I M
E

Mexico

ioi

n;,.

Sale of claim to aorthweet lands,1850


E

a, Thomas

W"

E 580.

war

E 832.

Union

MilitaryoperationsE 470.7, 470.9, 471-478.


E 664.B2.
Bailey,J. W.
Regions Counties. Boundaries.

392

Austin

J6

Johnson

Bosque Co.

.M2

McLennan

B7

Boundaries.

.P2

Parker Co.

.P3

Pecos

(i.

boundary

Co.

River

and

Valley.

Cf. F 802. P3.

I' 786.

396

Co.

\"

B6

Internationa]

395

I' 801.

F 273. H.

Hamilton,Jame
Civil

II.: etc.

frontiertroubles (General) P 1232-1234.

Mexican

McCulloch, Ben
War

MacLeary, J.

W.:

Paver,Tex.

.C6

Colorado

.07

Comal

.C8

Coryell Co.

.E16

Eastland

.E4

ElliE

.F2

FayetteCo.

.F6

Floyd Co.

Red

.R3

Co.

River

.R5

Rio

Co.

and

Valley,

Cf. F 377.113.

Tex.

Grande

River

Valley.
Cf. F 802.R5, F
.S12

and

1334.

River and Valley,

Sabine

Tex.

.F7

Port Bend

.G9

Gulf coast, Tex.


' i
F 296.

Co.

Cf. F 377.S11.

.W8

Wise

Co.

Topics.
.F8

French.

.G3

Germans.

The

Old

Southwest.

Gulfcoasf

Lower

River
Mississippi
Red

and

River of La.

Louisiana

Valley

F 351-354.

F 377.R3.

F 366-380.

Burr's conspiracy
i

MississippiValley.

I-1296.

Mexican

334.

boundary

F 786.

V4/7"

E 353.1.W6.
Wilkinson,James
0 8
Texas boundary F392.B7.
Polk, Leonidas E 467.1.P7.

W6

420

(d).

Arkansas

Part of the province of Louisiana under France and Spain. On the


division of Louisiana in 1804 it belonged to the northern portion,
Districtof Louisiana which
became the Territory of Missouri
in 1812.

In 1819

the

containingall
the

of
Territory

Louisiana

Spanish possessions.

1^i1 i

Arkansas

between
1 B28 the

portionas Indian country, and in


with substantially
its present limits.
Table of subdivisions

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

128

each state may

get

was

33"

and

36"

territory
gave

1S36

be

was

found

off from

30',
up

admitted

on

souri,
Mis-

its western
as

pages 86-87.

state

STATES

UNITED

Arkansas

406-420

Continued.

"

General

411

HISTORY

LOCAL

Periods.

works.

E 353.1. M6.

Miller, James

F 391. P.
Paschal, G. W.
E467.1.P6.
Pike, Albert

Civil

553.

war

Union

496.

Militaryoperations E 470.4, 471-478.


Boundaries.
Counties.

Regions.

417

420

(d).

Tennessee

431-445

earlygrants. Settled first,


1769-72,
Watauga River in eastern
extremity.
called the Watauga association was
A local government
organized
1784 that state ceded her westin 1772, but soon absorbed by N. C.
ern
to the U. S.; and the Watauga colony formed
pendent
indean
territory
state (Frankland or Franklin) and appliedfor admission
her cession,
N. C. thereupon withdrew
and reto the union.
established
her jurisdiction
of the mountains.
west
In 1790, it
was
again ceded to the U. S. and organizedas the "Territory

Part of North

neighborhood of

South

of the Ohio."

General

436

Carolina under

in the

her

the

Admitted

White, 11.

E340.W6.

Grundy, Felix

E 340.G8.

1st Creek

1813-1814

war,

Johnson,

Union

E 415.9. B9.

Andrew

Harris, I. G.
war

83.813.

E417.
W. G.

Pillow,G.J.
Civil

E 415.9.B4.

Polk, J. K.
Brownlow,

etc.

302.6.B6.

E 382.

L.

Bell,John

1796.

state

Biographies: Robertson,

James; Crockett,David;
Blount, William
Jackson, Andrew

as

Periods.

works.

E 667.

E403.1.P6.
E

661.1131.

579.

E 531.

MilitaryoperationsE 470.4-.5, 471-478.


Table

of subdivisions

19572""

13

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

129

each state may

be

found

on

pages

85-87.

LIBRARY

1,1

i rj

Continued.

Tennessee

ii;,
i

Rasl Tenne

12 2

Middle Tennessee.

12.3

We

460

Cumberland

Valley,Tenn.

I Tenne
and Valley,Tenn.

ippiRiver

1 If,

P 210.

whites of the South

Mountain

II.;

CONGRESS

OF

regions.Counties.

Other

F443.Mfi.

Boundaries.

(c).

Kentucky
1 Deluded

made

"

in the original
limits of Virginia. Small settlements were
The
vania
Transylby pioneersfrom X. C. and Va. 176G-1775.
tal
colonyin 177") tried to Becure recognitionfrom the ContinenVa. organizedthe region as the county of Kentucky
ongress.
and

1770

later

Virginiagave

L789
state,

1""1

Before

and

the district of Kentucky

as

1792

Kentucky

consent

formation

Wars

ties.
couna

new-

District

of

etc.

F455.B.
F455.S.

Early explorationson
Wilkinson,

of

admitted.

was;

Transylvania. County and


Kentucky. Biographies:Boone, Daniel;
Shell, y. Isaac

Ohio

River

517.

E 353.1.W6.

James

with northwestern

E 83.79.
Indians, 1790-1795
M.
G.
: Bedinger,
Biographies
; Shelby,Isaac;
Powell, L. W.: etc.

l 792

1 865.

Mountain

whites of the South

Adair,John

F210.

r.,rai)j

l*5''"

E353.1.A19.

Edwards, Ninian

fi^bcrta^

F545.E.

E 340.C6.
(lay. Henry
Kentucky and Virginia
resolutions,1798
E 302. 6. L9.
Lyon. Matthew
Burr's conspiracy

E 334.

Johnson, R. M.

340.J69.

War of L812
Table

including several

for the

1792.

Bedinger,G. M.

155

her

of subdivisions

:-

328.

E 359.5.K5.

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

130

each

state

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

46"T\l

STATES

UNITED

F
446-460

LOCAL

HISTORY

Kentucky.

455

Continued.

1792-1865"

Birney, J. G.

340.B6.

Crittenden,J. J. E 340.C9.
E 340. K33.
Kendall, Amos
Butler,W. 0.
Chambers, John
Menefee, R. H.
Civil

456

461-475

E 340.M4.

509.

Confederate

564.

Militaryoperations E 470.4-.5,471-478.
"fcvJar
I

1865-

Palmer,
457

F 621. C.

war

403.1. B9.

J. M.

Counties.

Regions.

E 664.P2.

Boundaries.

(d).

Missouri

Part of the province of Louisiana.


33"

" 4

cs, CD.

from

was

separated
of Orleans) and

all the

of
possessions

present

of

state

1805, and
detached
admitted

portion above

all (hat

the territory
(then
styled the District of Louisiana,comprising

the

called

Louisiana

of the

U. S. west

Louisiana.

It became

above
Mississippi,

tin'

of
territory

of the state

corner

of the old

provinceof

often

as

"The

being added

Louisiana

unorganized; sometimes

to

the

in 1836.

north

and

The

west,

of subdivisions

designated as "Missouri Territory" but


country." Cf. notes under F 616,

Indian

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

131

portion

remained

661, 676, 69.1.


Table

the

Louisiana

181!) the southern


pari was
territoryof Missouri,1812.
and
the territoryof Arkansas,
L82] Missouri
was
as
the
with
its
state
limits,
as
a
irregular
nearly
present

northwest

more

In 1804

the lower

cat-h state

may

be found

on

pages 86-87.

ouri

Kj

101
it,i,

"

miii

inued.
Periods.

leneral works.
Benton, T
Linn,

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

E340

II.

iricomproi
I. I
E840

Brown, B

{.

L7.
B403.1.D6

W.

Doniphan,A.

B4

H5.9

B8^

troubles,L854 1859

F685.

E517.

Civil war

B569.

Confederate

Militaryoperations E 470.4,470.8,471-478.
E 664.049.
dark, Champ
War of 1898
172

E 726.Ms.

Boundaries.

K('Lri"!ls ('((unties.

175

roes

Slavery
.N5

""""'.

E L85.93.M7.
E 445.M67.

Englanders.
1 1 undfil each

132

state

may

be

found

on

pages

Ws7.

UNITED

F
The

476-485

Old

STATES

LOCAL

Region between

Northwest.

rivers and

the Great

the 17th century, and


of the

Valley with the


and

eastern

region and
under

from

various

charter

claims

sippi
Missis-

in

France

the la tier

pari of

tradingposts established. On

the

to

to transfer

was

England.

modern

Louisville) continuing
ginia,
Englishcolonies,notably Virthis region, and
the dispute over

to

result of which
to

and

of the

Certain

jurisdictionhelped
River

New

Valley above

France.

had

the Ohio

province of Louisiana, the entire Mississippi


Illinois country was
in it,the northern
incorporated
portions of the Old Northwest
(theGreat Lake

Ohio

New

Lakes.

First explored by the French

formation

HISTORY

bring on

the
all

French

the claims

But

and

Indian

territorycast
of the

of

the

war,

one

Mississippi

individual

colonies

ignored by the mother country, and the regionwest of the


to the province
Alleghanies as far south as the Ohio was annexed
of Quebec in 1774.
Then
with
the
I lark's concame
Revolution,
quest
of the Northwest, which
led to the abandonment
of the
were

British claim
and

in the peace
Connecticut

1781-1786; and
the

"Territoryof

of 1783.
all ceded

there

1787

the United

The

British posts,however,

1800

the Territory was

were

New

chusetts
York, Virginia,Massa-

their claims

the

to

passed an

was

States Northwest
surrendered

not

divided

line drawn

general

ordinance
of the

ernment,
gov-

izing
organ-

Ohio".

till1796.

In

from the
by a
River, the eastern portion retaining
the
old name", and includingall of Ohio, eastern Michigan and a strip
along the eastern edge of Indiana; the western
part received the
of Indiana Territory. 1803 Ohio was
admitted
name
as
a
state
with substantiallyits present limits,the remainder
of the Northwest
to Indiana
Territory being annexed
Territory.
Valley F 597.
Upper Mississippi
mouth

north

of the Kentucky

Louisiana

F 3G6-380.

Ohio

476

Valley F 516-520.
Collections.
Periodicals. Societies.

477

Gazetteers.

478

Biography. Genealogy.

479

General

480

Miscellaneous.

481

Antiquities.

482

To

Dictionaries.

works.

1763.
New

France

Mackinac

1030.

region; Michilimackinac

Detroit,1701

574. D4.

Illinois country
Ohio
French
Table

of subdivisions

company,
and

F 572.M16.

F 544.
F

1749
Indian

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

133

war,
each

517.
1755-1763
Btate may

E
tic found

199.
00

pages 86-87i

is.-.

and other states.


tlement.
SetVirginia
militarylands (Chillicothe)
Virginia
; The

Cessions by

i7i;:; 1803.

is.;

Continued.

Old Northwest

The

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

(Marietta);Scioto

ranges. olii"" company


and
companies, American
ren

purchase""r Symmes

Miami

()l"l Northwest

etc.

(Gallipolis)
;

French

(Cincinnati);

tract,

1888.
centennial,
Biographies:
iel;
Rufus; Massie,Nathan-

St. (lair, Arthur; Putnam,


etc.
rr""\

ince of Quebec (Canada); Quebec act

1032.

Virginia F 229-230.
Vincennea

F534.V7.

Kaskaskia

F 549.K3.

L763-1765
Pontiac's conspiracy,

Zeisberger,David

Revolutionarywar
Indian
lark's

Clark, G.

of 1787

Parsons,S. H.

484.3

83.775.

E 207.C5.

R.

wars,

263. N84.

E 234, 237.

campaigns

Ordinance

Indian

1775-1783

wars,

309.

207.P2.
E 83.79.

1790-1795

Wayne's campaign, 1793-1795


E 392.
Harrison,W. H.

E 83.794.

Western

F 497. W5.

Reserve

of Connecticut

1803-1865.

Harrison,W.

H.

E 392.

Tippecanoe campaign,1811
War

484.5

1865-

485

Topics.

486-500

E 83.76.

E 98.M6Z.

Ohio

83.81.

(c).
Part of the
1

Before

495

of 1812; militaryoperations E 355.

J.

of the
"Territory
F 476.)

United

States Northwest

of the Ohio."

uote under

: Hammond,
Biographies

1865.

H.;

Charles

; Perkins,

etc.

Historybefore

1803 (Old Northwest) F 482-483.


F483.M.
Massie,Nathaniel
E 353.1.M15.
McArthur, Duncan
Thomas
Morris,
E340.M8.
i
John
E 340.M2.
McLean,
fiarVT7- ^M
E 83.81.
Tippecanoe campaign, 1811

'

-.r/83

'

War

of 1812

359.5.02.

F';

^^

Militaryoperations E 355.
Lucas, Robert
F 621. L.

Ewing, Thomas,

sr.

Corwin, Thomas

Ciddings,J.
Chase, S. P.
T"bh

of

R.

340. E9.

340. C76.

415.9.G4.

E415.9.C4.

subdivisions (a),(b), (c),or (d) under

134

each

state

may

be found

on

pages

S5-S7.

Old Northwest
"

"hio

517

of the Ohio

General works.
Before 1795.
company
New

GranttoOhio
1749.
expedition,
Biographies:Wetzel, Lewis; etc.

1749.
France

1030.

F 372.

French and

Indian

Vincennes

F534.V7.

War.- with

519

18"

war.

1755-1763

199.

234.

northwestern Indians. 1790-1795

83.79.

1865.
Civil

Tibia

78.04.

Celoron's

Clark's campaign, 1778

1795

Valley.

etc.
Collections,

Louisiana

518

F 157. B2.

River and Valley, Pa.

Indians

516

F 476-485.

of subdivisions

war:

militaryoperations

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

136

each

stale

may

E 470.4, 471-478.

be found

on

pages

Bf S7.

UNITED

F
521-535

LOCAL

HISTORY

(d).

Indiana
First

STATES

New

explored from

Louisiana

1712

Britain 1763

and

the

France;

southwest

part of the Illinois

as

annexed

to

portionset
Ceded

country.

provinceof Quebec

the

off to

to Great

quered
Con-

1771.

by Clark for Virginia177!) and British titlesurrendered to


l". S. by treatyof L783.
of claims of certain
On relinquishment
their colonial

states under

United
Indiana

the

of

Indiana,

northeast

received
rest

formed

Territorywas

modern

and

of the Ohio"

States Northwest

meridian

the

western

Minn.

1803,
of

the

1805

was

by Bettingoff

In

L787.

the part west

admission

the

on

-tripalongher

;i

'Territoryof

created

the

L800

of the

Fiver, including nearly all of the


pariof Midi, and all of 111.and Wis.

Kentucky

accession

an

of Mich.

charters, 17S I 1780. the

eastern

Territory of Michigan

Ohio,

of

border,
was

set

Indiana
and

the

off from

(including the lower peninsulaonly) \so'.) the Territory


and the
reduced
its present limit-;,
was
to substantially
region of the west and northwest established as the Territoryof
Indiana

of Indiana

Illinois.

526

General

Indiana

works.

admitted

was

as

state

1816.

Periods.

Harrison, W.

E 392.

II.

E 83.81.
campaign, 1811
War
of 1812; military operations E 355.
Colfax,Schuyler E 415.9.C68.
E 664. E58.
English, W. H.

Tippecanoe

E 664.11 10.

Hendricks, T. A.

Lane, J. H.
War

F 685.L.

with Mexico

409.5.17.

E415.9.D9.

Dunn, W. M.
Hovey, A. P.
Morton, O. P.
Civil

E467.1.H7.
E 506.M.

E 506.

war

Militaryoperations
Kerr. M.

C.

E664.KI.

Harrison, Benjamin
Fairba
War

532

Regions.

nks,C. W

of 1898

Counties.

E 470.4, 471-478.

E 702.

E 664 Fl 6

726.13.

Boundaries.

137

The

Illinois

the

17th

Britain

country

by

Clark

charters

of Louisiana

part
annexed
to the

for

The

treaty 17S3.

explored and colonized

was

century.
1763 and

CONGRESS

OF

i,ll',i;AKV

with

having ceded

them

Ceded

provinceof Quebec
and

Virginia1779

states

France

by New

1712.

confirmed

to

in

Great

1774.

quered
Con-

to the U. S. by

colonial
to the region under
general government 17S1-1786,

claims
to the

the "Territory of the United


of the Ohio"
was
States Northwest
On the division of the Northwest
Territoryin
organized 1787.
1800. Illinois became
part of the Indiana Territory. 1809 the
Territoryof Illinois was organized,consistingof the present states
of Illinois and
peninsula of Mich.
Wisconsin, and the upper
and

northeast

boundaries

Minn.

substantiallyas

being annexed
5 1t

Before

1775.
New

The
France

of subdivisions

at

admitted

was

as

present, the remainder

state

of the

to Mich.

Illinois country.
F

1030.

River
Mississippi
Table

Illinois

1818

and

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

138

Valley

each state may

F 352.
be found

on

pages 85-S7.

with
ritory
ter-

UNITED

F
536-550
545

STATES

LOCAL

HISTORY

Continued.

Illinois

ward;
Biographies:Edwards, Ninian; Coles, Edwright,Peter; Duncan, Joseph; Snyder,

1775-1865.

Cart
A.

W.;

etc.

Clark's

E 234.
campaign, 1778-1779
military operations B

of 1812;

War

Cook, D. P. E 340.C7.
English settlement in Edwards
Hawk

Black

1832

war,

Co.

355.

F 547. E3.

E 83.83.

E 457.
Lincoln, Abraham
E 415.9.D73.
Douglas, S. A.
E 467.1.B1G.
Baker, E. D.
Mormons

at

Nauvoo

F 549. N3.

"

Judd, N. B.
with

War

Mexico

Palmer, J. M.
Civil

E 415.9.J9.

war

E 409.5.14.
664. P2.

E 505.

Militaryoperations E
546

1865-

J. P. ;
Biographies:Madden, M.B.; Altgeld,
Palmer, J. M.
War

547

470.4, 471-478.

Regions.

of 1898

Counties.

664. P2.

E 726.12.

Boundaries.

139

"Philli

etc.;

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Oil]
.83

(between

| ,i".|

Milit.ir.

Continued.

Boundaries

Regions. Counties.

Sangamon I
SchuylerI k".
Sh Iby Co.

I ill. n

m,

"9.4.
\i.

Montgomery

Ms

mm

MoultrieCo.

Stephenson I
.T2

Tazewell

.V2

Vermilion

Peoria Co.

.W12

Wabash

Piatl Co.

.Wl

"

pi
I'

Stark Co.

"'o.

,,.

Putnam

R2

Randolph

i: 5

Richland

R6

Rock

I;.

Rock River and Valley.

I o.

[aland Co.

St. Clair Co.

and

Val-

.W2

Warren

.Wi

Whiteside Co.

."W5

Will Co.

"

o.

."W6

Williamson

.W7

Winnebago Co.

.W8

WoodiordCo.

Co.

subdivisions.)
Chicago. (Metropolis
I

Before

L875.

Fori Dearborn
.42

1865

.45

L875-1892.

L875.

.5

L892

.67

Streets.

.68

Suburbs.

.N7

Ha^

IrvingTark.

.W8

Wolf's Point.

North

.W82

Woodlawn.

Shore.

French

Canadians.

Topics.

,^\% "vUerVwv-

:i

tli,.lies.

Germans.

Negroslavery
The

Lake

T.

Negroes.

X:"

G3

exposition

Topics.
,F8

"

356.C53.

Sections of the city.

.17

.9

1812

massacre

Great fire of 1871.

World's Columbian

551 -656

River

ih

Cf. F532.W2.

Co.

Pfi

,S2

550

Waba

Co.

ley,Hi.

Cf. F587.R63.

548

Pike Co.

,P6

Co.

Region.

E 445.12.

Great

.S2

Scandinavians.

.S8

Swedes.

.S9

Swiss.

Lakes.

Early

French

tions.
explora-

British posts. The


portion of the northern
River
boundary of the U. S. between the St. Lawrence
and Lake
of the Woods.
Physicalgeography GB L627.
New France
F 1030.
Old Northwest
F 476-485.
Lake

Superior.
Lake

F 572. S9.
Mich.
Superior region,
F
587.S9
Superior region,Wis.

ami Chequamegon Bay


ApostlesMauds
F ")12.S0.
Superiorregion,Minn.
Lake
F 1059.S9.
Ontario
Superior region,
Thunder
F
1059.T5.
Bay region

F 587.A8.

T.ake

Tabic

of subdivisions

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

140

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages S5-S7.

UNITED

F
The

551-556
553

Lake

Lake

STATES
Great

Region.

Lakes

HISTORY
Continued.

"

Lake

Michigan region,Ind.

Lake
Lake

P547.M56.
Michigan
F 572. M57.
Michigan region,Mich.

Lake

Wis.
Michigan region,

Lake

Bay

straits and

region

Lake

St. Clair

Lake

Erie

572.1192.

1059. H.

F 572.S34.

region,N.

Y.

F 127. E65.

127. Nfi.

Lake

Erie

Lake

Erie region,O.

region,Penn.

Western

(Erie Co.)

157. E6.

F 497.E6.
F 497. Wo.

Reserve

Erie

Lake

region,Ontario

1059. E6.

Ontario.
Lake

Ontario

Lake

Ontario

F 127.072.
region,N. Y.
F 1059.06.
Ontario
region,

St. Lawrence

561-575

Erie.
Niagara region F

Lake

F 572. M16.

Huron.
Huron
region,Mich.
F 572.S15.
Saginaw Bay
Lake Huron
region,Ontario
F 1059.G3.
Georgian Bay

556

587.M57.

587. G6.

Lake

Lake

F 532.M67.

region,111.

Mackinac

555

Michigan.

Green

554

LOCAL

River

1050.

(d).

Michigan

early politicalhistoryof this regionsee note under F


present Michigan formed part of the originalNorthwest

For

in 1787;

in 1800, with

divided

was

Territory.1803

the eastern

its western

part also

Territory

part in Indiana

annexed

was

The

47G.

to Indiana

ritory.
Ter-

In 1805 the territory


of Michigan was
set off from Indiana,
consistingat that time of the lower peninsula only the upper
zation
peninsula continuing a part of Indiana Territorytill the organiof Illinois Territoryin 1809).
1818, on the admission of

Illinois as

state,

the northern portionof the former

east
1ion
was

added
to Mich.
Minn.) was
tided by Missouri, the Missouri
annexed, including the rest

Dakotas.

This

of that

west

lake

In

all

1834.

Iowa

ritory
Ter-

north"

the regionwest,

the Canadian

River and
of Minn..

and

and

line,

partsof the

by agitationfor the erection of a


of the region
Michiganand the organization
was
a
cated
complinew
territory. The matter

followed

was

Btate easl of Lake

new

Illinois

peninsula, all of Wis.

(including the northern

as

dary,
by a controversy between "". and Midi, over .their bountook
action
wan.
by organizing
Congress
(the Toledo
ing
Wisconsin
Territoryunder an act approved April,L836,and offerstateh
northern

Ohio.

1 to Mich,

in June

Michigan, which

had

her

1836, on

for
in compensation
peninsula

the

acceptance

trait

already organizeda

in 1835,acceptedstatehood

on

these

terms

1836.
Table

of subdivisions

(a),(b), (e),or (d) under

141

each

in

state

ina"

be bond

on

of the

disputewith
state

ment
govern-

in December,

561

""',:"

Michigan

566

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

tontinued.
Periods.

leneral works.
Pontiac's

campaign,

Tippea

war.

Civil war

F497.B7.

L836

of

E 664.C4.

E 514.

Williams,A. S.

Table

K 2:57.

E 83.81.

i: 340.CS.

"

Ohandler,Zachariafa

Regions.

1811

of L812;militaryoperationsI. 366.

Toledo

War

E 83.76.

E363.1.H0.

Hull. William
War

L763 1766

war,

1781
campaign against Detroit,

dark's

572

of 1898

Counties.

E467.1.W72.

E 726.M6.

Boundaries.

subdivisions (a),(b),(c),or (d) under

142

each

state

may

be found

on

pages 85-87.

OF

LIBRAE!

595

The

West.

CONGRESS

region.
Trans-Mississippi
River
Mississippi

and

F 351-354.

Valley

(Province) F 372-373.
F 697.
country," 1803-1854
The Northwest
Valley)
(Upper Mississippi
Missouri River and Valley F 598.
Louisiana

"Indian

The

Rocky
The

Mountains

F 851.
F S52.

Pacific Northwest
Indian

(General) E

wars

I reneral works.

591

Indians

Before 1848.

721.

F 799-800,786.

Southwest

Pacific coast

F 597.

81.

History.
of the West

78.W5.

exploringexpeditions:Lewis

U. S.

and

Clark; Pike; Fremont, etc. Biographies:Pike,


Z. M.; Carson,Christopher;
etc.
Spanishdiscoveries E
Vasquez de Coronado
Nufiea Cabeca
Pefialosa
Cibola

Quivira
Table

of

de

123.

E 125.73.

Vaca

125.N9.

F799.P.

F
F 799.

mbdl visions (a),(b),(c),or (.11 under

144

each

slate

may

be

found

on

pages

85-87.

STATES

UNITED

F
591-595

The

Mexico

The

"

(Spanishand Mexican I F 799-800.


country (unsettledpart of La. purchase,1821-

Indian

Si1,

-~:"

]854)

697.

California
Texas

864.

F 390.

and

Mormons

Utah

Fremont, J. 0.

F 880.

Mexico

with

Donncr

Mexican

E 401-415.

F 868.N5.

party

cession of 1848

Paeific.

the

to

Gilpin,William;
Wars

F 800, 864.

expeditions.Overland
Biographies:Beale,

S.

U.

Later

1848-1860.

826.

415.9. F8.

Oregon question
War

593

Continued.

1848"
New

Fft-r
aubAt* u*W

HISTORY

West.

Before

592

LOCAL

Gadsden

purchase
SpiritLake massacre,

83.84.

F 801.
F

786.
E

1857

83.857.

83.858.

1857-1865

war,

Indians, 1847-1865

coast

cession of 1850

Mill Creek

F.;

etc.

with Pacific

Texas

neys
jourE.

Fremont, J. C. E 415.9.F8.
Carson, Christopher F 592.C.
E 467.1.W4.
Warren, G. K

Biographies:Cody,

1860-1880.

594

W.

James, Jesse; Younger, Cole;

F.; James,

Frank;

etc.

militaryoperations E 470.9, 471^78.


Carson, Christopher F 592. C.

Civil war,

Indian

Dakota
Ind ian

wars

1862-1863

war,

1863-1865

Indian

Modoc

Island

Indian

war,

Ncz

Perces
war,

E 83.876.

1876

E 83.877.

1877

war,

E 83.879.

1879

1880-

595

Dodge, G. M.
Indian

597

E 83.87.

E 467.1.C99.

Custer,G. A.
Uto

E 83.868.

battle,1868

1872-1873

war,

Dakota

E 83.866.

1866-1895

wars,

Beecher

83.86.

E 83 863

The

wars,

467.1.D6.

1866-1895

Apache

war,

Dakota

Indian

83.866.

1883-1886
war.

L890

83.88.

E 83.89.

L891

Valley.
Upper Mississippi
Mississippi.Northern boundary of the

Northwest.

the
Lake

of the Woods

to

Rocky

Sources

Q. S. (from

Mountains'.

F 176-485.
Old Northwest
F 852.
Pacific Northwesl
F loco.
Canadian
Northwest
Indians
Lake

598
Table

Missouri

River

of subdivisions

19572""

13

10

of the Northwest

[taBca and

and

park

El 78.N8.

F 612.18.

Valley.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

145

each state

may

be found

on

of

pages

R5-87.

i.iil r,i:,

CONGRESS

OF

UI;i;.\i;Y

(d).

Minnesota

The entire state


.,| j,,

was

French

visited byexplorereIn the 17th century and


Loui Lana, That portionwest of the Mi- ;

em-

ihared in 1 11 * fortunes of Louisiana

eded to Spain in 1762 and


till

purchasedl"y die U.S. from France in 1803.


i"-"l"-"lto Great Britain 1703, annexed
to
rt
was
tern jm
in
the
and
formed
U.S.
urrendered t"
I"ytreaty 1783,

the latter wras

The

ea

Quel

It belonged to fndiana
pari of the Northwesl Territory1787.
tory,
torj 1800 1809, IllinoisTerritoryL809-1818, Michigan Terri-

had

of Minnesota

TerritorjI
(later

1804

part of the present

meantime, th"- western

In il"'

1818- 1836.
state

included

been

in Louisiana District

1812-1821,and after
1812,Missouri Territory

residue of the Louisiana


latterdate in tin- unsettled northwestern
the
"Indian
country." In 1834, so much
usuallyknown as
purchase
Missouri
River was added to Michigan
of the regionas lay east of the

consin
Territory. In 1836 Minnesota was included in the new Wisthe old
divided on
Territory.Two years later it was
River line,the western
ritory.
part being setoff to Iowa TerMississippi
and

presenlstate,
admitted

606

General

as

slate

612

Regions
Aii
.137

organized consistingof the

of the Missouri River.

Indian

war,
E

E 83.86.

1862-1863

726.M7.

Boundaries.

Counties.
Co".

Anoka

Boundaries.

boundary

597.

Dakota

Co.

Faribault Co.

.Ft

Fillmon

.G6

Goodhu.

.H5

Hennepin Co.

Fake

Min-

netonka.
.11^

Houston

.18

Itasca

.J2

Jackson

K-

Co.
Lake.

State park.

Co.

Kandiyohi Co.

.L9

Lyon

M3

Meeker Co.

.M4

Minnesota

.Mo

MississippiRiver

Co.

River

and

ley.
Val-

and

Valley,Minn.
Cf. F 351-354, 597.

61 I

Towns
.MS
Mi;

and

citi

Minneapolis. ^F
'The

twin

'

cities,"
Minneapolis and

St. Paul.

St. Paul.

615

Topics.
.W4

Tabic

of suKlivisions

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

146

each

It

substantiallyits present limits.

E 515.

war

of 1898

I'

1"_

with

1858

International

.D2

east

Periods.

Dakota
War

Dakotas,

the

works.
Civil

Territorywas

Minnesota

1849

state

may

Welsh.
be

found

on

pages

85-87.

was

STATES

UNITED

F
616-030

Iowa

HISTORY

LOCAL

(d).
Part

of the province of Louisiana

down

(See

1803.

to

note

under

of Louisiana 1804in Difitrid (later


Territory)
and alter latter date, in the
Territory 1812-1821
the
unsettled residue of the Louisiana
as
purchase, usually known
annexed
In 1834 it was
to Michigan Territory
"Indian country."
and
the Mississippi
Missouri
with the rest of the region between
of
Wisconsin
the
and
formed
1S36
new
Territory. In
Rivers,
part
of the
Minnesota
west
1838 Iowa Territory was
created, including
Included

F366.)

1812, Missouri

The

Iowa.

state

of Iowa

the

pari of

the eastern

Mississippiand

admitted

was

Dakotasas
had

present limits (aftera territorial convention


an

passed by Congress in

of admission

act

well

as

modern

its
1846, with substantially
refused to accept
left out the

which

1845

third of the present state and included a section now


part
with adjacent
The remainder of the territory,

western

of southeast Minn.).

part of old Wisconsin


Minnesota

621

General

was
Territory,

Chambers,

Bi"

Periods.

works.

John;
E

Jones, G. W.

415.9.G85.
415.9. D68.

415.9.J6.

Harlan,James

664.1127.

Grinnell,J. B.

415.9.G86.

SpiritLake

massacre, 1857
E 467.1.D6.
G.
M.
Dodge,
Civil

war

Regions.

of 1898

Counties.

83.857.

507.

Henderson, D.
627

(graphics:Lucas, Robert;

etc.
E

Grimes,J. W.
Dodge, A. C.

War

of
organized as the territory

in 1849.

B.

664.1148.

726.14.

Boundaries.

and

Tabic

of subdivisions

(a),(b), (o),or (A) under

147

each

state

may

be

found

on

pagl

616

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY
Iowa.

i;,

gions. " lounl ies.

II

BoWBJ

lltlinlioldlCo.

"

[da

.1

"

"

in

J8

Co.

Jeffirson
Jonee

"

Mil

.02

'

I ee

.1.7

Linn Co.

'"".

.P3

"'o.

atine I !o.

I'Brien Co.

PaJo Alio Co.

Plymouth

IV.

Co.

Pocahontas Co.

.P6

!o.

Co.

Co.

.P7

Polk

.P8

Pottawatamie

.K5

RinggoldCo.

.82

Sac Co.

Co.

Co.

Co.

.L9

Lyon

.Mis

Madison

Co.

.84

Scott Co.

,M2

Mahaska

Co.

.85

.M3

Marion Co.

.88

Shelby Co.
Story Co.

.Ml

Marshall

.U5

Union

.Me

Mills Co.

.V2

Van

.Mill

Mississippi River

.W2

Wapello Co.

.W25

Warren

Co.

and

F 351-354, 597.
(I.
Missouri River and Valley,

.M66

la.

Cf. F598.

Co.
Buren

Co.

Co.

.W3

Webster

.W7

Winneshiek

,W8

Woodbury

.Wsti

Worth

Co.
Co.
Co.

Co.

Mitchell Co.

.M7

631-645

'

la Co.

Valley, la.

630

Montgomery

,P2

"

.11

M8S

.M9

'"".

Keokuk

( fc".

Co.
"

.1,

inued.

Monroe

Co.

Jfl

Mm

Ms

aries

II-

..li

Bound

Topics
.D9

Dutch.

J5

Jews.

.G3

Germans.

.S3

Scandinavians.

North

(d).

Dakota

The

northern part of Dakota


Territory,admitted
under
note
South
Dakota, F 64""-660.

General

works.

as

state

1889

Periods.

Dakota Territory F 655.

642

Regions.
,B7

Counties.

Boundaries.

Boundaries.
International
I'

.R3

Red

boundary

River

of the North

Valley, N. D.
Cf. F 612.R27;

597.

39

BurleighCo.

.Mi;

Missouri River and Valley, .R5


X. D.

.R3.
Co.

Richland

Cf. I
Table of subdivisions

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

148

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages

85-87

and

1064

UNITED

South

646-660

STATES

(c).

Dakota

The

HISTORY

LOCAL

Territorywas

old Dakota

part of the Louisiana

purchase 1803;
(laterTerritory) 1804-1812,
In 1834, so much
Missouri Territory1812-1834.
as
lay east of the
in
Missouri River
annexed
to Michigan Territory,included
was
sota
Wisconsin Territory 1836-1838, Iowa Territory1838-1849, MinneMeanwhile
Dakota
the part of modern
Territory 1849-1858.
"Indian
of
the
Missouri
remained
of
the
west
unorganized
part
it was
included
in the new
of
country" till 1854, when
territory
In 1861 the territory
of Nebraska
reduced
in size
Nebraska.
was
included

and

in

the northern

This

and

The

in

state

the part of old Minnesota


1858, organized as Dakota

in size

greatlyreduced

was

District

part, with

as

in 1863.

655

Louisiana

the

admitted

not

by

creation of Idaho

the

in 1889 and admitted

Divided

Territory
Territory.

to the union

as

tory
TerriNorth

Dakota.

South

Dakota

before

region

Dakota

1861.

Territory

1861-1889.
Indian

656

State

1889-

of South

Dakota

657

661-675

Regions.

Indian

Counties.

Dakota.
E

1890-1891

war,

83.89.

Boundaries.

(d).

Nebraska,
The

E 83.863.

1863-1865

wars

entire state

purchasedby

embraced

was

the U. S. 1803.

Territory)of Louisiana

in

the old

It formed

province of Louisiana,

part of the District (later


part of Missouri

1804-1812, and

Territory

1812-1821, and after 1821 constituted part of the unorganizedregion


Indian
tory
as the
usually known
country." In 1854 Nebraska Terri"

was

the

besides

Nebraska,

the

Dakotas, Montana,
part was
the remainder

was

admitted

modern

Wyoming,

set off

of

northern

organized to include

as

was

to the

Dakota

added
union

taining,
conpari of this region,
western
parts of the

the

and part of Colorado.

Territory,and

1861

1863 the

the northern

western

Idaho

new

limits.

666

General

works.

Periods.

Kansas-Xebraska
Table

of subdivisions

.bill,1854

(a),(b),(c),or (d) under

149

part

Territory. Nebraska
in 1867, with substantiallyits present
to the

each

Btate

E
in a

133.
y be found

on

pages S5-57.

LIBRARY

,"

CONGRESS

OF

Continued.

Nebraska

Regions
B

|;r,

Boundaries.

ounties.

"
16

Missouri

.M6

'

Boundi

Cf.

Buffalo Co.

and

Platte River

Valley. Cf. F
Oto

.P3

Pawnee

D8

I1

.P5

Phelps Co.

i'i

FurnasCo.

,P6

Platte River

,h;

Johnson Co.

P7

Polk Co.

K7

Knox

.82

Sarpy Co.

.So

Seward

Co.

.87

South

Platte River

Co.
Co.

Lancaster

Loup

I-

and

River

Valley.

Co.

and Valley.

Valley. Cf. F
690

Kansas.

and

707. N8.

.08

,L2

Yal-

North

.N8

Butler"

B9

River

ley,Neb.

"

and

782.S7.

("").

Nearly all of Kansas belonged

the Louisiana

to

It
purchase of 1803.
Territory)of Louisiana 1804-

included in the Districl (later

was

and
L812, pari of Missouri Territory1812-1821
as
pari of the unorganizedregion usually known
In

1854, the

bill

organized,consistingof

Territorywas

(the southwestern

portionof Colorado

being a pari of
lv""n

Kansas-Nebraska

was

the

after 1821
the

"

Indian

passed,and

present Kansas

portionof modern

admitted

was

as

state, with

try."
coun-

Kansas
and

Kansas

the territory
purchased by the U. S. from

[n L861 Kansas

formed

Texas

substantially

forming
portionof the former territory
present limits,the western
territory of Colorado the same
pari of the new
year.
Before I860.
Strugglebetween
pro-slaveryand antiits

685

slaveryparties. New
Armed

bands

constitution.

pany.
England emigrant aid comfrom
Missouri. Lecompton

Biographies:Robinson,

Charles;

Lane, J. II.; etc.


Quivira

bill,1854

Pomeroy,

ry,

S. C.

J.W.

Walker.

Brown,
686

F 799.

Kansas-Nebraska

R.J.

E 433.

415.9. P78.

1(17.1.029.

E415.9.W2.

John

E 451.

1860-

Pomeroy, S. C. E 415.9 P78.


1' 685 R.
Robinson,Charles
J. J.
E 664.14.
Ingalls,
Civil

war

Militaryoperations E
1863
QuantrilTsraid,
War
Table

of subdivisions

of L898

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

470.0. 171-478.
E

174.97.

726.K2.

under

150

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages 85-87.

891

706

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Continued.

Oklahoma

Boundarii

Regions, Counties.

erand Valley, .1184 Murray Co.


Cf. F377.B3.

Okl

Cf. P702.P7.

F417.A7
.M9

Boundaries.

,B7

N8

Colorado boundary
r.

riu

I """

Ti'l

'

uationaJ

Yellowstone

726

740

Montana
The

in the U.S.

regionof ' k"L,etc.

park.

"anada
region,

River

Yellowstone

park.

Bed Biver and Valley,Okl.

'_'.

"

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
722

reservation.

Platl national

Rocky Mountains

Mountains.

Rocky

I o.

Noble Co. Otoe and Missou-

,P'
Texas boundary F392.B7.
.R;"
V*alRiver
and
Canadian

,02

Muskogee

782.

R6, etc.

1090.

Its boundaries.

F 737.Y4.

(d).
belonged

greater part of Montana

the

to

Louisiana

purchase

portionbeing part of the Oregon country (for


in
between
Gt. Brit, and U. S. and organized
dispute
years
of Oregon 1846-48). The former and largerpart
Territory

1803; the western


many
the

as

was

included

in the

District (laterTerritory)of Louisiana

country"
1861-1863.
In
Territory
organized,including the western

L821,in the"

Indian

L861,Dakota
was

and the eastern


territories,
(filepreeenl Montana. Wyoming
Montana
was
organized 1S64 with
and

731

admitted

as

Dakota

737

Regions.
I'-ii

.157

F.

Indian

parts of Dakota

1876

Perceswar, 1877

Bitter Boot

83.876.

83.877.

Boundaries.
J6

Jocko

,M2

boundary

M(i
.Mr

Madison

boundary
Indian

Co.

Missouri

River

F722.

and

Cf. F 598.
.R8

Rocky

!o.

Mountain

reservation.

Cf. F 721.
Yellowstone

River

Valley.

Table

Cf. F

722.

McDonald.

of subdivisions (a),(b),(c),or

region,

Mont.

Gallatin Valley. East and


West
Grallatinrivers.
Glacier
national
park,
Lake

Valley.

Mont.

.Y4

.06

Indian

Co.

Missoula

Idaho boundary F752.B7.


Yellowstone national park
"

Flathead

or

reservation.

P597.

.62

braska
Ne-

its present limits;


substantially

ley.
Boundaries.

'row

Idaho

part of Washington Territory


and
Idaho) The Territoryof

River and Val-

International

C"

and

4H7.1.M4.

war.

Counties.

Chouteau

Territoryof

Periods.

Meagher,T.
Xez

the

1863

1804-

Territory1854-

state 1889.

General works.

Nebraska

1 82 1-1851.

(d) under

15-2

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages 85-87.

and

(d).

Idaho

741-755

HISTORY

LOCAL

STATES

UNITED

The

was
a part of the Oregon country, jointly
the two countries,
and U. B.; divided between

of Idaho

present state

Brit,

occupied by Gt.

portionorganized ae Oregon Territory


formation of Washington Territory in 1853,
included
in it, and on the
the northern
part of Idaho was
of the
in 1859, the remainder
admission
of Oregon as a state
and

American

the

the

On

1846-1848.

present Idaho

annexed

was

Idaho

Territory of

the

to

is

what

was

admitted

10.

war,

1877

83.877.

Boundaries.

Counties.

Regions.

was

Periods.

Perces

Nez

752

Territory
Idaho

1890.

state

works.

General

746

as

Wyoming

and

off in 18G4

to include

as

Montana
Wyoming.
Territoryin 1868.

and

Idaho. Montana

now

cut

Territory. In L863
portions of the

organized
and Washington,so
from

territories of Nebraska, Dakota

was

Washington

G"
Cavvyov\
"

(d).

Wyoming

756-770

The

and

east

northeast

parts (about two

present state of Wyoming


This

of 1803.

formed

part of the Louisiana

in the

included

was

thirds of the area)

(cf.note under F 871) and the southwest a part of the


F 791) while a small area
of 1848 (cf.note under
which

Wyoming

of Nebraska,
Idaho

new

the Texas

Washington
Territory. Wyoming
admit

Ute

767

.B7

war,

1879

Yellowstone

.N8

North

state

X'i

the territories

included

was

organized

as

ritory
separateter-

Uinta

Jackson's

Co.

national

F 722.

F722.

Co.

Platte

River

and

Valley, Wy.
Cf. F 672.N8.
Table

of subdivisions

in the

in 1890.

Yellowstone

national

park boundary
Fremont

was

Utah,

83.879.

Boundaries.

.F8

of
In 1863 all the territory

Boundaries.

Counties.

Regions.

as

and

sion
ces-

in the south

Periods.

works.

General

ted

Mexican

belongingto
previously

Dakota.

in 18(58 and

761

cession of 1850.

is composed,

purchase

Territory)of

District (later

Territory 1812-1821, in the


Territory of Nebraska 1854.
pari of the Oregon country

L804-1812, in Missouri
"Indian
country" 1821-1854, and
The western
was
part of Wyoming

Louisiana

belonged to

of the

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

153

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages 85-87.

Lake

park

CONOIIKSS

OK

LIBKAKY
Colorado

three nources;
bom
includes territory
cession
of L848 and
Mexican
..f i.so::,1 1"
the Louisiana purclwHe
in
as
a territory
the Texas purchaseof L860. It was organized
L861 from parta of the territori oi Kansas, Nebraska,Utah and
of

'i-i,,.
j,,,

olomdo

Not

780

Before

admitted

md

L876.

state

E 83.868.

[eland, L888

IS7C

[ndian

Uto

83.879.

Boundaries.
and

River

Arkansas

1879

war,

Counties.

Regions.
\:

ley,
Val-

Col.
Cf. F 417.A7.
.B7

Boundaries.

.B8

Boulder

.C6

Clear

.08

Costilla Co.
El

.E3

.L3

Las Animas

.M5

Mesa

.M52

Mesa

.M7

Montezuma

.M8

Montrose

Co.

Manitou.
Stratton

Crystal Park.
.F8

Fremont
Grand

Pueblo

Co.

.R6

Rocky

Mountain

region,

Cf. F 721.
and

Valley,

.S18

San Juan

.S2

San

.S7

South

Gunnison

Co.

..T4

Jefferson Co.
Larimer

Platte

River

and

Valley, Col.
Cf. F 672.S7.

EstesPark

Co.

Mountains.

Luis Park.
Cf. F 782.C8.

Topi'

The

The

(since1848).

Southwest

New

Welsh.

.W4

Dutch.

cession of 1848, the Texas

purchaseof

the Gadsden
Santa

Fe

trail.

troubles with
Accounts

Colorado
of subdivisions

The

1853.

Gadsden

can
regionof the Mexipurchaseof 1S50 and
Mexican
boundary.
purchase. Frontier

Mexico.

of this

regionbefore

1848

Mexican

war

Mexican

frontier troubles (General)

Civil

Table

Uncom-

Co.

Otero Co.

Co.
River

.L2

.D9

788

Valley.

and

.P9

Cf. F832.G6.

786

Park.

Mancos

Col.

Col.
.G9

Co.

.08

Park.

.G7

National

Verde

pahgre Valley.

Sangre de

Co.

Paso

Co.

Co.

River

Co.

Creek

Cristo ijrant.

785

etc.

F 693 ";.

Beecher

BatUeof

782

Hall,B. F.;
Biographies:

is7";.

William
Gilpin,

"si

as

F 799-800.

401-415.
F 1232-1234.

militaryoperations E 470.9, 471


and Valley.
River, Canon
war,

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

154

each

state

may

be found

on

"

47S.

pages 85-87.

STATES

UNITED

F
791-805

K"ew

IILSTORY

(c).

Mexico
A

LOCAL

province of New

of the

Spain

later empire and

and

repuldie
the eastern
in
included
1836, when
part was
its independence.
Texas and won
The remainder
was
transferred
to the U. S. by purchase in 1848, as a result of the Mexican
war.
This cession included the whole of California,
Utah, Nevada, and
In 1850
Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming.
parts of Arizona, New
part

of Mexico

down

to

of its present limits was purchased from


the U. S. and from the whole of this former Mexican

the part of Texas


that state

by

northwest

the
territory,

two

of California

were

territoriesof New
formed

the

Mexico

same

and

In

year.

Utah

and the state

1853

the Gadsden

added
to the first named.
New
purchase was
Mexico, as thus
of
included
whole
New
the
the
Mexico and
organized,
present
the
southern extremity of Nevada
and part of southern
Arizona,
Colorado.
the

799

formation
Arizona

reduced

1864-66

Before
the

New

of

in

the

Mexico

to

Colorado

of
territory

and

1863

the

state

of

its present limits.

in 1861,

Nevada

in

Admitted

as

1912.

state

The

of
territory

Spanish

1822.

Southwest

California.

discoveries

between

the

and

settlements

Quivira. Nuevo

Cibola.

in

River
Mississippi

and

Mexico.

ish
Span-

province. Penalosa.
Vasquez de

Cabeza

Nunez
General

800

Santa

Fe

Utah

1848-

The

state.

America

regionbetween

1410.

Tex

389.
trail

786.

826.

New

Southwest

Compromise of 1850
Gadsden
purchase
Civil

war

since 1848

war.

(a),(b), (o),or

by

U.

S.,1850.

F 786.

E 423.
F

786.

E 571.

Militaryoperations
Apache

390.

522.

Confederate

of subdivisions

E 125.N9.

the Spaniards in North

on

Texan
F
Santa Fe expedition, 1841
Conquest,by U. S. troops E 405.2.
Purchase
of northwest
Texas
The

Table

125. V3.

California.
Texas

801

de Vaca

works

Mexican

1822-1848.

and

Coronado

1883-1886
(d)

under

155

each

470.9, 471^178.
E

83.88.

state

may

be

found

on

pages

85-87.

a-

305

New

CONGRESS

OF

I,li;i;\ky

Continued,

Mexico

early ownershipand transfers of this region see note under New


F 791.) Arizona was
Mexico and organcut off from New
ized
in
The
1863.
a
as
following year it was
separate territory
reduced to present limits by the transfer of its northern extremity

For

Mexico

to

811

Admitted

Nevada.

General

Gadsden

purchase

Fremont, J. C.

Apache
SI 7

Regions.

as

state

1912.

Periods.

works.

war,

F 786.
415.9. F8.

1S83-1886

Counties.

83.88.

Boundaries.

.B7

.07

,M3
Table of subdivisions

(a),(b),(o),or(d)

under

156

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages 85-87.

UNITED

F
821-835

STATES

LOCAL

HISTORY

(d).

Utah

entire

The

territory
comprisingthe
had

Mormons

The

formed

Territoryof Utah

The

modern

Utah

and

the

It

on

of

of Nevada

the

Nebraska

of

territoryof

of Nevada

admitted

General

115th

the

to

as

of the

in 1863

Idaho

and

in 1864, with

the west

on

later

and

extremity.

of Colorado

ritory,
Ter-

Territory westward, and


the west.

Territory on

present limits by the cuttingout

the east,

on

southern

except
1861, by the formation

in size in

extension

the

formation

all of Nevada

later

years

recognized.
not only the

as

of

west

reduced

was

two

not

was

organized in 1850 included


and Colorado
Wyoming
parte

but

and

cession of 1848.

and

Deseret, which, however,

Spanish

was

Mexican

this region in 1847

settled

state of

the

of Utah

state

in the

property till embraced

Mexican

826

to the

It

northeast

corner

the admission

moved

meridian.

114th

on

to

mation
for-

of the state

line

boundary

the

reduced

was

ward
east-

Utah

was

state in 1896.

works.

Mountain

Mormon

settlement.

Meadows

State

of Deseret.

Mormon

massacre.

rebellion,

1S57-1859.
Mormon

832

and

church

Compromise

Mormonism

of 1850

B.

423.

Johnston, A. S. E 467.1.J73.
E 664. S66.
Smoot, Reed
Boundaries.
Regions. Counties.
Great

Salt Lake

region.
it Lo

SanpQte.-"o. ^a
Uintah

Co.

Cf. F 832.U5.
Indian

Uncompahgre

Under

Mexico, this regionwas

Ceded

to the U.

S. 1848,

the present state of Nevada


In 1861

at the

all but

fell within

expense

the

Two

the

114th

modern

Nevada

General

works.

847

Regions.

south of 37" added

later

years

meridian

On

was

admitted

to the

1 L5th

as

the eastern line


and

at the expense

the

(a),(b), (e),or (d)

157

each state

may

be

found

an

was

part of the

of Arizona.

Boundaries.
under

ian
merid-

Periods.

Counties.

the

extremity of

of Utah.
territory

new

It

of Utah.

war.

the southern

was

still farther to

841

of subdivisions

part of Upper California.

organized.
Territory
1864,receivingan extension to the east
Nevada

state in

Table

result of the Mexican

of the cession in 1850

division

moved

considered

as

ervation.
res-

pages s.""-$7.

The

351

Pacific

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRAE?

,.

America.

Pacific coasl of North

states.

E 78. P2.
Indiana of il"' Pacific tate
unii the Pacific coasl Indiana, L847-1866

E 83.84.

\\;1I
,-,

before

the Pacific coast

to
Exploringexpeditions

1769.

Barlj accounts.
'

abrillo E L25.C12.
E L29.D7

Drake

since
Explorationfl
The

t ana

864, F 880, V L088, F907.

L769

(Washington,Oregon, Idaho, Mon-

Pacific Northwest

since 1 859.
I7(i!) F 851.5.

regionbefore

The

P 880.

L768-1859

[ndiane of the Pacific Northwest

River and

Columbia

Pacific)since

to

the IT. S.

California
A

Spanish colony

the

Mexicans,

Mexico.

first settled

of New

was

the

about

1769.

It

Spain and later empire


"Upper California" of

The whole

California was

in the

embraced

regionwas
admitted

as

missions.

the Mexican

and

American

1846.

California.

Upper

and

F 851.5.
Explorations before 1769
"ld Spanish mission
standing
buildingsnow
California

Nootka Sound
Fremont.

D.

Kearney.

W.

Table

uf subdivisions

E 405.2.

E467.1.H18.
F 868.N5.

Pacific coasl

Broderick,D. C.
Geary,J.

1846

E 403.1.K2.

\Y.

S.

party
with

F 1089. X8.

415.9.F8.

E 403.1.S6.

Balleck,II.
Wars

870. M6.

1246

military conquest,

Sloat,J.

Homier

controversy,1789-1790

J. C.

American

Spanish

1769.

"

Lower

war.

cession of 1848.

European intrigues
in California,
Bear
Fremont
1846.
D.
S., etc.
Biographies:Terry,

before 1846.

flagwar,

with
Mexican

state in 1850.

California,includingLower
Indian

the

that expeditions

time

same

Spanish explorersafter

1869.

and

settlers declared

American

their independence of Mexico about the


arrived from the east in connection

Before

F 880.

1846

(c).

part of

republic of

864

Mountains

(Rocky

1846.

Boundary controversy previousto


Pickett,G. E. E 467.1.P57.
856-870

78.X77.

Valley.

boundary of

Nbrthwesl

s:, I

W.

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

Indians.

1847-1865

E83.84.

E 41S.9.B84.

E 467.1. G29.
under

158

each

state

may

be

ound

on

pages

"

CONGRESS

l,ir,i;.\i;Y OF

California.
(

1 1(

redwood

Valley.
ley. Imperial
i:.i"

Shasta Co.

.sin

re

.6 (96

Joaquin

San

San

.819

San Mateo

..V..)
.86

SiskiyouCo.

.866

Solano

Co.

.87

Sonoma

"

.88

Stanislaus Co.

.89

Sutter

.T3

Tehama

.T8
collectively.

Tulare

and

River

Valley.
.823

Barbara Co.

Santa

Cf. F 868.8232.

"S232

Islands

Barbara

Santa

Islands)

hannel

vidual
indi-

The

Clara

870

Co.
Co.

.V5

Ventura

.Y6

Yosemite

Mt.

Whitney.

Co.

Co.

Yuba

.Y8

Valley.

v.

park.

national

Valley.

Yosemite

Santa

Co.

Co.

Cf. FS08.cn.

COS.

Clara

fc".

Tuolumne

.T9

belong
tura
3anta Barbara, VenLos Angeles
and
Santa

ley.
Val-

Untie

Cf. F 868.84.

islands

.S25

party

Co.

Ana

Santa

Mountains.

Nevada

(Donner

and

Rivet

Valley.
' '"""
Luis " tbispo

.SIS

Shasta Mountains.
Sierra

San JoaquinCo.

.SI 7

park.

Sequoianational park.

nia
Califor-

Co.

Cruz

Santa

Escondido Val

.83

olorado

"

-Continued.

Boundaries

regions.Counties.

)ilirr

Co.

Topics.
Chinese.

J3

F8

French.

,M6

Japanese.
Mission
buildings.

.16

Irish.

.P8

Portuguese.

871-885

Oregon (c).
-Oregon country" in the later 18th and early 19th century

The

New

the region between

(Alaska);from
In
and exploration.
it by rightof discovery

America

British claimed

(apt. dray explored


American
claim.. In 1818
S. and

l.

Florida

organized

Idaho
the
when
(

and

the

by

agreement

of the two

to divide
The

territory
of ( Iregon
territory

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

under

160

cluded
of 42" not in-

purchase (Oregon,Washington and


northern
The
Wyoming).
part of
Washington Territory in lS^i. and

admitted
added

tries
coun-

the

and

organizedas
was

theU.

Spanish treaty of 1819


S. all Spanish claim to

jointoccupancy

the Straits of Fuca.

parts of Montana

regionwas
Oregon

to

The

old Louisiana

hregonTerritorywas

Table of subdivisions

surrendered

The

of all the region north


consisting

I sis,

in

made.

was

in IS Hi

the line of 49" and

was

treaty of joint occupationbetween

above42".

coast

terminated

was

on

Brit,

treaty)also

Pacific

the

Gt.

L792

River, laying the basis of the

Columbia

the

the

prised
com-

sian
Spain i Upper California) and Rus42" to 54" 4(K. Both Spanish and

as

state

in

1859, the

eastern

part of

temporarily to Washington Territory.


each

state

may

be

found

on

pages

Bi

STATES

UNITED

V
871-885

HISTORY

LOCAL

Oregon^ -Continued.
Before

879

1792.
of the coast

Exploration

before 1769

Explorationsin the Canadian


Sound

Nootka

The

1792-1859.

8S0

controversy,

Oregon

country.

Biographies:Whitman,

1060.7.

F 1089. X8.

1789-1790

Oregon question.Northwest

The

F 851.5.

Northwest

Joint

occupation.

boundary

Marcus;

to

1846.

Applegate,Jesse;

etc.
part of the Oregon country since L846 I British

northern

The

F 1086-1089.

Columbia)
Hudson's

Bay

F 1060.

company

expedition F 592.L.
F 854.
International boundary since 1846
Lewis

Wars

and

with

Clark

the Pacific coast

Lane,Joseph

E 403.1.S5.

Shields,James

Biographies:Meacham,

1859-

881

Wars

with

Pacific coast

Baker, E. D.
Civil
Modoc
Nez

Regions.

Table

of subdivisions

19572""

13-

-11

war

war,

Percys

B.,

Indians

83.84.

467.1.B16.

526.
E

1872-1873

war,

Counties.

A.

F 880. A.

Applegate, Jesse

882

Indians, L847-1865

E 415.9 .L2.

1877

83.87.

E 83.877.

Boundaries.

(a),(b), (c),or (d) under

161

each

state

nun

be found

01

etc.

83.84.

ii o

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRAE?

,."

Washington (d).
included In the Oregon country and
to
note under F 871) down
of Oregon (cf.
the I B. territorj
included
when Wa hingtonTerritoryvrat organized. Ii originally
Idaho aorth of 16" and a stripof western Montana, and on the
admission of Oregon to Btatehood in L869, received an addition

"| I,,.state

of Washington

0
outside the state of
rritory
all the reel of the original
of
i of Idaho and
a part
Wyoming). Ii wai reduced
the
formation
of Idaho Territory,
to its present limit- in L863 on

,,i

and admitted

ae

H'liri.ilworks.

s'.il

897

Regions.

Wan

with

Btate in L8f

Periods.
Pacific ccasl Indians,1847-1865

Earh

voyages

Polar voyages

908

L867-1894.

909

ls'.Ho( subdivisions

(a),lb), (e),or (d)

E 83.84.

Boundaries.

Counties.

to

Northwest

F Sol. 5.

G 600 830.

'"^att

under

162

ouch

state

may

be

found

ou

pages

85-87.

UNITED

STATES

LOCAL

HISTORY

901-

Cape Nome

region.

Pribilof Islands.
Mount

St. Elias.

Seward

Peninsula.

Yukon

River

and

Cf. F 1091.

970

Insular

possessionsof

Hawaiian

Islands

Tutuila, Samoan
Porto Rico

DU

620-629.

Islands

DU

Panama
Table

of subdivisions

DU

as

whole.

810-819.

F 1951-1989.

Philippine Islands
Guam

the U. S.

DS

651-689.

690.

canal

zone

(a),(b), (c),or (d)

1569. C2.
under

163

each

state

may

be

found

on

pages

85-X7.

Valley.

EXCLUSIVE

AMERICA,
British

Latin

or

Mexico

America

Indies

West

F
F

and

thirteen

1421-1577.

2201-3891.

POSSESSIONS.

East

British

Honduras
F
F

Bahamas

American

and

Bermudas

Labrador

North

British

Florida

West
F

West

British

Guiana

Danish

Indies

301-398.

Indies

2131.

3031.

POSSESSIONS.

2141.

DUTCH

New

Netherland

New

Sweden

Guiana

Colony

to

POSSESSIONS.

1664

1629-1664

Dutch

Indies

in Brazil

122.1.
167.

2141.

2401-2431.

1625-1662

FRENCH

New

France

and

Colony

in Florida

Louisana

1698-1803

St. Pierre
French

and

West

Acadia

1600-1763
F

1562-1565
F

Guiana

Colony

in Brazil

1555-1567

1030, 1038.

314.

372.

Miquelon
Indies

2532.

POSSESSIONS.

French

1170.

2151.

2441-24

7 1
.

PORTUGUESE

Brazil

before

301,

730-770.

West

West

2361-2391.
F

Dutch

(1763-1783)

1441-1456.

DANISH

Iceland

(before 1776)

1631-1639.

Islands

Greenland

1121-1139.

colonies

1651-1659.

British

Falkland

1091-1199.

1001-1199.

Newfoundland
The

1401-1413.

BRITISH

Canada

of Canada

STATES.

1601-2151.

America

South

UNITED

1201-1301.

America

Central

THE

Dominion

America.

North

Spanish

OF

1821

2529.

POSSESSIONS

2501-2659.

165

E
314.

186-199.

LIBRARY

OF

RUSSIAN

ONGRESS

POSSESSIONS.

SPANISH
General

"

POSSESSIONS.

140]
SWEDISH

16

POSSESSIONS.
F

it;:.

POLAR

REGIONS.

-S30.

Antarctic regie;.

vJ0.

166

1005

Collections.

iiiiiI

1005

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

names.
Geographic
jraphy. Genealogy.
(

Gazetteers

P L030, L051-1063.

The old French Canadian families

inns

works.
Dictionaries. Encyclopedic
works.
Comprehensive

1009

I [andbooks.

1006

Guide books.
and i ravel.
I description
F 1030.

Before 1763
L013

1:763 1867.

1015

ls''7

lol'.i

Antiquities.
E 78.C2; K 92.
[ndians of Canada
E
99. e. g. Huron
tribes
Special

Iol'I

Social

Indians.

and

Manners
antiquities.

E99.H9.

customs.

I [istory.

L026

Comprehensiveworks.

L027

Miscellaneous.
Boundaries
F

rf.
(international),

B 398, F 42.B7,

Canadians in the U. S., etc.

1603-170:;.

of

English conquest
Prance"

Royal

Company

West

Jesuits.

description.
of

province

New
1663.

sionary
Mis-

Indies, 1665-1674.
labors of the Catholic

activities and

except the

etc.

"Company

1620.

1629-1663.

of the

E 184. F85.

History and

France.

Now

57. B7,

880, F 854, F 912. B7.

127.B7, V 551, F 597,

French

L030

Canadians.

French

orders

French explorersbefore 1760.

Biographies:Monts, Pierre de Guast, sieur de;


Laval de Montmorency. F. X. do; Bourdon.
Jean;
Talon, Jean; Frontenac,
Louis de Buade.
comte
etc.
de; Bigot,Francois;
before
Discoveryand explorations
(artier

[Nova Scotia)

Acadia

Louisiana

Indian

Bay

wars

F 1036-1039.5.

and

Valley

F 351-352.

and

Rupert's Land

company
E 81 i

Intercolonial wars
La

Le Moyne d'Iberville,
Pierre
F 372. L.
Radisson,P. E. F 1060.7. R.
Chouart,Medard, sieur des Groseilliers

Montcalm-Gozon,
Cham

.13

Brule.

Lake

L. J. de

F 1060.7. L.

1060.7. C.

199. M.

plain.Champlain tercentenary.
Champlain

168

1060.

196-199.

Verendrye,P. G. de Varennes, sieur de

.1

101-135.

V 366-380.

MississippiRiver
Hudson's

1603

133.C3.

tercentenary.

1909

1008.

F 127X36.

CANADA

AMERICA"

NORTH

BRITISH

History.
1030

France

New

1603-1763.

Continued.

"

uitrki

.15

Nicollet.

.2

Marquette.
Explorationof
Joliet.

the

MississippiF

.3

Explorationof

the

Mwfflssippi F352.

the

Mississippi F 352.

the

MississippiF

352.

Hennepin.

Explorationof
Salic.

.5

La

.7

Jesuits

of
Exploration

Ld

New

352.

and

France

adjacent

regions. Jesuit relations, Collected.


\S
1031

*^"-^
Single relations^

Last

1754-1763.

of

years

rule.

French

The

English conquest.
and

French

1032

Indian

Province

1759-1867.

Quebec

act

1774;

E 199.

war

Quebec, 1760; enlargedby

of

Canadian

Canada

1791.

The

Burning

of the

"Caroline";

reunion

The

case.

Canada,

1841.

of British

of

Fenian

North

and

Upper

rebellion

1837:

into Lower

divided

McLeod

Alexander

Upper

The

raid, 1866.

America,

1867.

Lower

and

union

Biographies:

Dorchester, Guy Carleton, baron; Ilaldimand,


Sir Frederick; Papineau, L.
J.; Mackenzie,
W. L. ; Lafontaine,SirL. H.; Sydenham, C. E. P.
Thomson, baron; Brown, George; etc
E

revolution

American

201-298.

America

British North

Quebec campaign, 1.775-76


American
loyalistsin Canada
1011-1044.5, 105"-105!

Brock,Sir
War

Isaac
E

of 1812.

E 231.
E

277, F

L036

L039.5,

River

ment
settle-

".-"".

353.1. B8.

359.5.C2; 35!).s.

Militaryoperations E
Thomas
Selkirk",

263.C2; E 263.N9.

355.

Douglas,earl of,and

Ke"l

F 1063.

St. Alban's raid

Confederates in Canada.

MacDonald,

sir

(artier, (I. E.
1033

1S67-

Annexation

1870-71.
Cartier. G.

Ava, F. T.
cona

and

J. A.

F L033.C.

question.Fenian

invasion

of

Biographies:Mai Donald. Sir J. A.;


E.; Tupper, Sir Charles;Dufferinand
Blackwood,
H.T.
marquis of : StrathMount
Royal, D. A. Smith. 1st baron;

etc.
Laurier,Sir Wilfrid,
II,Ave.

E 470.95.

F L033.M.

Joseph
1G9

F 1038.H.

,M

[listorjContinued.
Foreignelemenl
Topic
atholii

"

s.

.18

Irish.

"i

Scotch.

French.
Iceland)

,12

REGIONS.

TERRITORIES.

PROVINCES.
1035.8

provinces.Atlantic

Maritime

Nova

of Canada.

coasl

America)

coast of North
Cf. F L06 (Atlantic

1039.5

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Acadia.

Scotia.

perhaps by Norsemen; by Cabot,


Visited by earlyexplorers"
visited by French fishermen
Breton
etc.
Cape
Verrazzano,
rlyaaL504. Provinceof Acadia,10" to46" north latitude,
grantedto Montsby French king;and exploredand settled
others.
L604 Ki"i7 I"y Monts, Poutrincourt, Champlain and
Jesuit
station
on
Port
St. Croix and
Royal settlements.
Mi.
In

Desert Island 1009.


included

its broadest extent, Acadia


of Nova Scotia, but Maine

Brunswick,

Penobscot, New

the

as

ape Breton and Prince Edward


broken up by an
settlements were

Gaspe*Peninsula.*
French

L613 the

[aland.

only the peninsula

not

far

as

English expedition from Virginia,and 1621 King James


grantedthe region|dow first called Nova Scotia)to Sir William
Alexander.

Attempts

1632 Acadia
two

It

to France.

orders

the

were

Aulnay.
in

conquered

was

again returned

to

governors,
well's
Crom-

under

France

fightingfor

continuous

the next

and

of their two

the feud

Acadia

1654 bul

of almost

seat

by

marked

into
parcelled

was

River,

districts separated by the St. Croix

twenty years
and
La Tour

was

proved abortive and

colonization

at

surrendered

was

It

1G67.

century:

quered
con-

by the English in 1690, returned to France 1691;


conquered again in 1710 and all claims formally relinquished
by Prance in 1713, Prance still reserving Cape Breton Island.
The French fortress "f Louisburgon Cape Breton was
captured
by New Englanders in 1745 but restored to France in 1748.
of the
Meanwhile the disputes
the limits of Acadia were
one
over
The French
causes
bringingon the French and Indian war.
would restrict it to the peninsulaof Nova
Scotia, the English
i

Acadia
in its largestsense.
extensive Englishcolonization

claiming old
17 1!) and

Acadians
1755.

still loyal to their mother

Louisburgwas

of Acadia ceased

('ape Breton

country

again captured in

The

French

expelled in

were

175S

founded

was

and

the

limits

any international significancewith


all Canada
in English hands by the

to have

Island

Halifax

begun.

and

treatyof 1763.
17(i!" Prime

During

the

Edward

Island

American

was

made

revolution

from the l". S. to whom


loyalists
made, especiallyin the north:
in 1784.
Island
Cape Breton

and

Nova

but

Scotia the

same

year,

1867 Nova

Scotia

entered

170

was

extensive
Xew

was

the Dominion.

Brunswick

also became

province in 1820.
Iu

colony.
large influx of
grantsof land were

separate

there

was

set

off

independent of

restored

to

the

older

BRITISH

NORTH

Scotia.

Nova

.5

CANADA

Continued.

Acadia

Periodicals.

1036

AMERICA"

Societies.

Collections.

Directories.

Comprehensive works.
Description.
History. Biographies:Stirling William

1037
1038

earl

1st

Ilaliburton,

of;

Sir

Alexander

Brenton;

Howe,

Joseph;etc.
E 78.N9; E 78.C2.

Indians
Monts.

Pierre de Guast, sieur de

1030. M

Early settlements
Cf.

1030.

F 27.W3.

St. Croix Island


Maine
Wars

F 1G-30.

with

the eastern
in the U. S.

Acadians

F 3S0.F8, etc.
in Louisiana,etc.
E 263. X0.
revolution

American

Loyalists E 277.
Tupper, Sir Charles
Regions. Counties.

1039

.A16

Annapolis Co.

.B7

Boundaries
old

184.A2.

1033. T.

Boundaries.
.C6

(including
boundaries

of

Acadia).
International
ary
E 398.

.C2

1041-1044.5

since

.L9
.P6

Pictou Co.
Prince
F

Edward

Island

1046-1049.

.Q3

Queens

.S13

Sable
Gulf

Co.

Island.
of

St.

Lawrence

F 1050.
.Y3

Yarmouth

Co.

Brunswick.

Entered

loyalists Sel off from Nova

Periodicals.

the Dominion

Societies.

of Canada

L867.

Collections.

Directories.

1042

Comprehensiveworks.

1043

History.
American

Regions.

Description.

E 263. N9.

revolution

Loyalists E 277.
Boundary troubles with
1044

BayofFundy.
Kings Co.
Lunenburg Co.

Cities.

]784.

.5

Co.

.K5

1783

Largely settled by American


1041

Colchester

.F9

ChignectoIsthmus.

Towns.
New

bound-

Cape Breton Island.


Capture of Louisburg, 1745 E198.
Capture of Louisburg, 1758 E 199.

.C5

1039.5

E 83.72.

Indians, 1722-1726

Acadians

Counties.

.A7

.B7

171

1.

S.

K 398.

Boundaries.

Scotia

New

1044

REGIONS.

TERRITORIES.

PROVINCES.

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Brunswick.

Regions. Counties. Boundaries


River
Nepiaiguil

Continued.

and VbX- .817 St. Croix

River

v
1('}'.

pa

.1",

imaquoddy Bay
rion,X. B.

1046

.82
.T6

Bed ia 1769.

Bel off from Nova

1046.5
10 17

Comprehensiveworks,

nils

1049

History.
Regions. Counties.

1049.5

Towns.

1050

River and Valley.


Tobique River and Valley.

St. John

Island.

Edward

Periodicals. Societies.
Directories.

in in

,!

Cities.

Towns.

I Hi!*..")Prince

ley.
Val-

Cf.F 27.82.

re-

Cf. F27.P3.
mil..")

and

Collections.

Cities.
and

Gulf, River

St. Lawrence

Valley.

F 1054.S3.

St. Lawrence

Valley,Que.

St. Lawrence

F 1059.S4.
Valley, Ont,
F 127.S23.
Valley, X. Y.

St. Lawrence

Thousand

F 127.T5.

Islands

Anticosti

1054. A6.
F

Newfoundland
St. Pierre and

1170.

F 1054.07.

[ale ni Orleans
St. Helen's

1121-1124.5.

Miquelon

Island

1054.826.

1051 -1054.5 Quebec.


of the old
present province of Quebec is the successor
New
France, comprisingwithin its limits practically
settled by the French
all the region actually
(except
Acadia) and continuing to this day predominantly French.
On the conquest of New
France in 1760 the English changed
the name
to it,by the Quebec
to Quebec and in 1774 added
the
in dispute between
all
earlier
act, substantially
territory
France
of
nies
coloand
westward
the maritime
England, lying
continental
13
and
the
(Nova Scotia, Newfoundland,
The
and Rupert'sLand.
colonies)as far as the Mississippi
American
revolution strippedQuebec of all the southern
tional
of the internaby the establishment
part of this vast area
boundary. In 1791 it was further reduced by division
into I.i"wer
( anada (now Quebec) and Fpper Canada (Ontario)
The rebellion of 1837 in Lower
Canada, under L. J. Papineau
a
(F 1032), was
revolt,of the French
against the English

The

provinceof

government,

having

outbreak
came

in

no

into the Dominion

172

real

under

with

connection

Upper ('anada.
her old

In

1867

name

the
Lower

Quebec.

porary
contem-

Canada

BRITISH

Quebec

"

NORTH

AMERICA"

Continued
.

Periodicals.

1051
.5

1052
1053

CANADA

Societies.

Collections.

Directories.

Comprehensive works.
Description.
History. Biographies:Bedard, Pierre;etc.
History before

1791

1030-1032.

revolution

American

E 263. f'2.

Quebec campaign E 231.


American
loyalists E 277, F
E 359.5.C2; E 359.8.
War of 1812
Militaryoperations E 355.

Papineau, L.

1032.P.

J.

F 1032.L.

Lafontaine, Sir L. H.
Rebellion

F 1032.

of 1837

Cartier,G. E.

F 1033.C.

Laurier,Sir Wilfrid
French

Canadians

In the U.

1054.5

Towns.

1058.

F 1033.L.

(general)

S., etc.

Cities.

173

1027.

184.F85,

etc.

1050.5

Continued.

REGIONS

TERRITOBIES.

PROVINCES.

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY

Ontario.
pren" h

'"

lefl

forte and

'"'

After

Indians.

the

i"

settled by the
trading p" \e thii n
the Englishconqui

Prance,

pari of Ihe province""f New

l"ni not

pari of the provinceof Quebec, stillremain-

1760 il formed

till the coming of the American


tion,
immediatelyafter the American revolu-

unsettled
practically

duringand
loyalists,

the division of Quebec

"ii

Upper Canada.

name

of L812.

few

next

years.

abuses known

"Clergy

is

as

under

were
one

Periodicals.

1056
..")

L057
1058

the

during tin-

war

istrative
Popular discontent over adminthe "Family compact" and the
the outbreak of the rebellion of
(The literature of this rebel-

As

result

for federation

of the

in

troubles
of

Upper and
government, 1841. Upper

Lower

Canada

rebellion,certain

the

Lower

Canada

Canada

was

reunited
leader in

British colonies in North

brought about the formation


At that time she assumed

in 1867.

anada

1791, this part took

corrected,and

the movement

"

to

10:52)

America, which
of

in

battle ground

the contemporary

as

classed in V

abuses

L. Mackenzie.

W.

well

as

led

reserves"

under

1837
linn

was

Scotch,poured in
largeimmigration,especially

during the

It

of the Dominion
the

Ontario.

name

Collections.

Societies.

Directories.

Comprehensive works.
Description.
in Ontario.
History. United empire loyalists
J.
Richard;
Simcoe, G.; Cartwright,
Sir

Oliver;Robinson,

Earlyhistoryto
American
Indians
War

1791

359.5.C2;E

Militaryoperations

Brock,sir [saac
Mackenzie,\V. L.
rebellion

B.;

etc.

1030-1032, 1053.

loyalists
(general)
E 78.05; E 78.C2.

of 1812

Canadian

Sir J.

raphies:
BiogMowat

277.

359.8.

355.

E 353.1.B8.
F

1032. M.

of 1837

F 1032.

George F 1032. B.
MacDonald, Sir J. A. F 1033. M.
Regions. Counties. Boundaries.
Brown.

1059

of the Woods

Lake

region.

Cf. F 1064.L2.
Lenox

Co.

Middlesex

Co.

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Lake

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region.

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Nepigon.

Niagara Co.
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Cf.F127.N6; F1059.Q3.

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Northwest

The Canadian

ONGRESS

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PROVINCES.

OF

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(the
MrKcn/.ie,
Alexander; Henry, Alexander
younger); Harmon, I). W.; etc.

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New

explorations in general

early French

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F 1030.
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Pierre
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1789-1790
controversy,
F
1063.
1815-1816
settlement,

Moyne

Sound

Nootka

Red River

Explorers:Simpson, Thomas;

1821-1867.

.8

British Columbia
Vancouver

.9

1867-

1089.V3.

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Red River rebellion,
1869-1870
F

etc.
F 880.

boundary

F 1086-1089.5.

[aland

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in

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Land
colonized large numbers

company,
KM 1-1818, but the settlement

prominent in

of the rival Northwest

Settlement.

Hudson's Bay company


Bale was
who

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by

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1061
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1062

1063

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was

the Red

as

halfbreeds
but

River

by the
holdings.This

of Canada

own

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with the rest of itsland

the Canadian

government of their

Manitoba
and

1870

countrymen

up

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company.

to the

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of his

broken

was

(Rupert's

company

1869

under

were

Louis Riel

thrown.
quicklyover-

ion
as a province of the Domingreatlyenlarged in territory.
Collections.

admitted

1ms since been

Societies.

Directories.

Comprehensiveworks. Description.
History.Lord Selkirk. Red River settlement.

Red

River rebellion. 1869-70.


tfoundbuilders

E 74.M3.
Sudson'e Hay company;
Rupert's Land
Fenian raid. 1870-71
F 1033.
Riel and his rebellion of 1885
F 1060.9.

1064

Regions. Boundaries.
.B7

Boundaries.
Ontario

.L2

Lake

.R3

boundary

F 1059.B7.
of the Woods

gion,Manitoba.
Of. F1059.L2.

1064.5

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Cities.
176

Red

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BRITISH

NORTH

AMERICA"

CANADA

Saskatchewan.

1071

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formed

from

1905

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portionsof provisionaldis-

eastern

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Athabasca.

and

Alberta.

1076

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formed

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1086-1089.5

from

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coast

visited by Spanish and

was

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18th

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the
with

the

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gold, British
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the Dominion

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1818.

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union

the

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in 1821

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treaty of

latter: the

limit.

southern

In

1849

1846

couver
Van-

British Columbia

annexed.

was

of Canada

joined

in 1871.

Collections.

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.5

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1087

Pacific coast of North

Description.

America

F851.

History. Biographies:Douglas,Sir James;

1088

Indians

E 78.B9; E

Sound

Nootka
Hudson's
The

Bay

entire

1769

F 851.5.
F 1089. N8.

controversy, 1789-1790
and

Northwest

northwest

companies
between

coast

(California),1769-1846, including

F 10G0.

Counties.

and

the

Oregon

Boundaries.

.B7

.K7

.N8

Towns.

1089.5

Rocky Mountains

of Canada.

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Yukon.
District created 1897, made
Klondike

13

boundary

Yukon

River and

12

territory1898.

whole

F 931.

Alaska

F 912.B7.

Valleyas
177

New

Alaska

F 879-880.

Regions.

1089

etc.

78.C2.

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19572""

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of

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in the

seamen

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in 1858
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made

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English
traders

by the

definingthe

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of

with the

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region was

by

portion formed

country" concerning which


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1091

Athabasca.

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part of the
Gt. Brit, and the U. S. made
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southern

The

company.

1090

Alberta and

Columbia.

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1086

of
and

district
provisional

portions of Assiniboia, Saskatchewan

western

F 912.Y9.

Spain

question

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TERRITORIES.

PROVINCES.

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1 11 *

northern

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extremity

continent.

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governmentalpurposes.
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Manitoba

to

for

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part of the

northwestern

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Labrador

created 1897.
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1121

12 1.5 Newfoundland.
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attracted
land

many

made

were

settlements
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by

made

the

under

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was

early explorers.The

but

colony

crown

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other

seamen

few

settlers.

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crown,

in 1728.
the

but

no

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1876

became

the eastern

government

fishery

grants of
permanent

Newfoundland

them.

to

cod

Various

shore of

of Newfoundland.

The

colonyhas never joined the Dominion.


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Cities.

Towns.
Labrador.
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eastern

1140

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Labrador
The

of the

coast

Newfoundland

as

Labrador

dependency

peninsula

purposes:

The

divided
eastern

dependency of Newfoundland, the


Quebec, and

1 170

St. Pierre
French

the northwest

of the Northwest

and

annexed

to

peninsula.

peninsulais at present

is one

was

in 1876.

Miquelon.

colony.

178

into three regions for ernmental


govis a
coast as "Labrador"
southern

portion,as

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the

part belongs

to

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MEXICO

Conquered

settled

and

Known

1201-1391.

governed by audiencias
down
extent

end

the

to

from

was

civil divisions

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following

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colonial

to Vancouver

varied

Spain

of New

but

the

sippi
Missis-

the

on

from

during

important

were

gen-

Yucatan
to

Island

was

greatest

Captain

or

(including

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state

and

Its

1821.

Audiencia

south

It

viceroys,

by

1535

in

1519-1540.

period.

time

north.
time.

to

large part of the

period:
Mexico

de

Reyno

1.

Mexican

northeast

the

on

after

rule

of (he
the

on

companions

colonial

Spanish

the bounds

modern

the

his

the

first and

at

of the

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not

and

by Cortes

Spain during

New

as

(including modern

limits of Michoacan,

extremity

Mexico
and

Guanajuato
excluding

but

of Yucatan,

from

ern
north-

the

Vera

Cruz
and

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the

to

of

part

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reyno

3.

Nuevo

Santander

4.

Nuevo

present
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in

large

(including

in

Texas).
of

part

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smallest

its

and

for

sense,

Leon).

southern

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states

and

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de

reyno

(the modern

Leon

de

Nuevo

2.

extent

Luis

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least, all

at

the

provinces following).
Viscaya (Chihuahua).

Nueva

5.
6.

Durango.

7.

Sonora

Sinaloa.

and

8. Coahuila.
Texas.

9.

The

10.
The

at

Californias.

two

firstand

fourth divisions

Mexico

and

had

governors.
abolished

were

In

.ddition

Spain

and

to

had

broke

there

1810
which

oul

by

combination

his brief

empire L822-1823,

to the

to his

General
Pacific

coast

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of

by

the

the former

on

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againslhim

of North

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North

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and

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election

time in L884, Mexico

revolt

group

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Dfaz

to

America

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enjoyed peace
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expulsion.
works

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againslthe Spanish crown


Independence was
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and
progressive

followed

Alter

second

the

successful

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PhilippineIslands.

the

[turbideof

came

revolution.

presidencyfor
down

Indies),

unsuccessful.

in 1820.

continual

12

named

intondencias.

rebellion

factions

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into

region,the vriceroyof New


the Audiencia
supervisionover

and

generally

was

finally won

1201

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(The West
America)

(Central

provinces

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over

rather

some

divided

audiencia,

own

other

kingdoms

provinces and

Spain

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the

1786

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respectively;the

Guadalajara
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the Jesuits.
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Luis

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Vera Cruz

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Yucatan.

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Florida,to 1819 F 314,301.
F 373.
Louisiana,1764-1803
F 389.
Texas, to 1836
New Mexico, to 1848
F 799-800.
F 864.
to 1848
California,
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Indies

South

Latin

America; all
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America

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South

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Central America
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or

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G 5.

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1403

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AMERICA

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in the early pari of the 16th century. During the colonial

period

it

formed

separate

provincial
government,

under

had

usually

established L542, which

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its seat

an

at

did not include Panama,


Reyno de Guatemala
which belonged to New
Granada, but did take in ChiaIt comprised the present states
a state of Mexico.
pas, now
and Guatemala
of Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, Honduras
last
named
covered by the
being usually
(the territorynow
subdivided into three or more
provinces). The early colonial
The

Guatemala.

historyof

ami.
settled,

Firma

and

as

Cast ilia

and

century.
the

Central

under

Fe and

the

as
shortlived,

have

of

independence

joined

of I turbide.

formed

sections of the coast,


present British Honduras,

over

the

After

been

several

successors

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Mexico

to

its overthrow,

federal republicoftheir

G 5.

they
It

own.

to

17th

Spain

from

themselves

day.
l l-l

the

both dating from


Moscpiitia.

states

empire

led,and

in

attainment

American

the

control

settlement

protectorateover
On

sparsely

was

very

exercised

Britain

through actual

Cape

Caribbean, from
mainland

American

belongs
de Guatemala.

Reyno

dependencies of the
Veragua were
later Viceroyalty
of New
Granada.

and

of Santa

the

of Tierra
early bore the names
districts
Its
Oro.
of
del
provinces or

whole,

Darien, Panama
Audiencia

Great

South

Dice to the

of the

shore

southwestern

The

Gracia

with

than

America

South

Central America

part of modern

the southern

rather with

our

was
own

AMERICA

CENTRAL

and discoveries
E 101-141.
Early explorations
F 1441-1457,
the coast
on
Englishaggressions

Mexican

Chiapas
1821-

1438

form

of independence

war

F 1256.

Mexico.

Separation from
Central American

treaty,1850.
Walker

1529. M9.

F 1232.

union.

Filibuster

in Nicaragua

Attempts to
Clayton-Buhver

wars.

1526.

Topics.

1440

British

Honduras.

The

coast

of the Bay

of Honduras

occupied by British wood-

17th century without any claim to the soil.


After many
recognizedby Guatemala
years of hostililv, it was
known
Belize or Balize.
British
as
as
a
colony. Early

choppers in the

1441

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1442

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1447

Miscellaneous.

1449

Regions.

1456

Cities and

1457

Topics.

1443
1444
1445

.B7

.B4

Boundaries

Boundaries.
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Belgians.

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Regions. Departments.

1469

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Boundaries.

F1249.

Honduras

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.19

Isabal.

.P4

ElPeten.

.82

St. Thomas

Cf. F 1469.S2.

boundary

Mexican

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F 1441-1457.

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1476

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by Columbus

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earlycolonized

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Spanish
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century.

of separate governments
in Mexico
and
stillthe capitalfor the West Indies and northern

Peru, it was

America

for

century

century bands

17th

the centre

in the early 16th

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after the

and

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colonial empire in America

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Hispaniolaor Espafiola
the seat of
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the

foothold

of

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more.

the early part of the

adventurers,chieflyFrench, obtained

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end of the island (corresponding to the republicof Haiti today).
This was
formally recognized as a French possession
by Spain in 1697.
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the home government
passed and then repealed an act granting
civil rights to negroes
in Saint Domingue.
This caused a
the French

revolution
situation

which

French

the

force ( that

country being at

itself on

the western

end

final expulsion in 1798.

In

island,ceding

her

to

unable

were

complicatedby

further

was

France

war

to

with

he

desired

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was

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recognized and

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to

seized
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and

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the

east, which

the

constitutional

from

Spain withdrew

colony in

latter power
unable to hold.
was
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had
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of the island

L795

put down.

the incursion of

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the native leader


order
restoring

government,

in

which

guaranteed by France.

taken

France, but Dessa-

to

(who had himself proclaimed emperor


as
Jacques I) finallyexpelled the French in 1803, declared
of
the island independent 1804, under the aboriginalname
his supremacy
till his death in 1806.
Haiti, and maintained
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divided
between
the rival generals:Chrisand
himself in the north
180(5-1820
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proclaimed a monarchy as King henry I; and Petion who
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succeeded
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of Christophe in 1820 and
latter annexed
the dominion
in 1822 drove
had
the Spaniards who
out
regained their
foothold

successor

in the east

few

years

He

before.

continued

ruler

of the entire island till1843.


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eastern

Spanish part

or

of

the

island

then

asserted

its

Republic the
independence and organized the Dominican
1869
there
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was
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a
following year.
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toward
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annexation

French

was

or

prey

to the U. S.
end

western
to

of the

anarchy for

island, the Republic of Haiti,

several

years,

one

of her

rulers,

Soulouque, proclaiminghimself king, as Faustin T, in 1849.


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and

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1931

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to U.

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L959

Handbooks.

Guide

Descriptionand
1961

To

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travel.

1898.

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L971

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the
on
and his followers establishingAntigua del Darien
while
west
coast of the same
gulf (in Nicuesa's province). Meande Dios (near Colon)
had
founded
Nombre
Nicuesa
covered
of Ojeda's party, disand
after perished. Balboa, one
soon
Pacific in 1513 and

the
of both

Davila

in 1514.

isthmus
These

last named

The

settlements

were

sible by land

Colombia.

till Santa

Venezuela)in

1527 and

interior

the

Isthmus, then

the

on

from

still unsettled

decade

Malta

The
was

part

the

of

coast

founded
Nuevo

in 1538

the

name

the

Audiencia of Santa Fede

the country.
to

In 1564 it

vice royalty for

period

there

erned

de

reyno

was

modern

Within

was

Granada

the

country.

was

and

who

de

gave

In 1550

established to govern
presidency,and elevated
was

During

period,1718-1722.

and
presidency

Fe

Santa

Quesada.

Bogote

(in

next

conquered and
from Quito,

de

made

the

and

towns

lieutenants.

to

was

in 1525, Coro

by Jimenez

brief

Ecuador

present inac-

at

of the latter

1533.

country

these

alreadysubjugatedby Pizarro's
was

the

across
capital

as

coast

founded

Cartagenain

settled by expeditions from

Bogote

his

removed

Arias

in 1519.

Panama

to

in control of the survivors

was

till supersededby Pedro

at Darien
expeditions

audiencia

the southwest

at

of

this

Quito which
Colombia,

an

province, and a governor, and


later captain-general
in Venezuela
(subject to the Audien-

audiencia

at

Panama

198

for that

AMERICA

SOUTH

sort of
viceroy of Peru had some
tagena,
suzeraintyover the whole region. 158G Drake attacked CarIn 1698 a colony of Scotch
and Delcasse took it in 1695.
of Panama, mar
settled on the Atlantic coast of the Isthmus
Granada but
Darien, on land nominally belonging to New
expelled two years later. In
long neglected. They were
The

Domingo).

cia of Santo

embracing
Granada
was
again made a viceroyalty
(includingPanama), Ecuador and Venezuela, the
In 1741,
and Quito being abolished.
audiencias of Panama
the English took Porto Bello and attacked Cartagena. 1777
New

1739

Colombia

Venezuela
under

made

off and

cut

was

captaingeneral. About

1780

separate government
formidable revolution

the rebellion of the comas


munes.
Santander, known
In 1808 the revolutionarymovement
"mbegan in " !oli
The tide of war
surged back
bia, and open warfare in 1811.

broke

out

in

forth in Colombia

and

Venezuela

and

till 1821

when,

under

defeated.
The
disastrously
Bolivar,the Spanish forces were
republic of the United States of Colombia was organizedto
of Caracas
include New
Granada, with the captaingeneralciea
and
and
Ecuador). Venezuela
Quito (modern Venezuela
in

withdrew

1829

republicof New

Ecuador

and

Granada

of the 19th century

was
saw

government. In
of Colombia, was
adopted.
the

the present name,


Panama
won

1886

of the

In 1908

and

followingyear,

the

the

der
The remainorganizedin 1831.
a
nd
tions
reorganizarevolutions,
many

In

1903

republicwas divided
being abolished.

Republic
its independence.

into 27

ments,
depart-

the old state divisions

2251

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2254

Gazetteers.
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Directories.

2258

Biography.
Comprehensive works.

2259

Miscellaneous.

9Xl^

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2255

Collections.

Societies.

2261

Before

2263

1810-

travel.

1810.

Antiquities.Indians.
I
History.|.\"L
Before
1810.
Biographies:Jimenez

""'Ij'ca
Ul^2269

2271

2272

Gonzalo;

colony, 1698-1700
Indian
English West

Siegeof Cartagena.
2273
2274

Quesada,

etc.

Scots'

.5

do

F 2281. D2.

expedition,L739-1742.
Adm.

Vernon.

1810-

War

of

independence,1810-1822.

Fernandez

Madrid.

Bolivar, Simon
Morillo y Morillo,
2275

1822-1S:;_".

2276

1 832-1

2277

1886-

886.
199

Jose:

etc

P 2236.B.
Pablo

P 2324.11

Biographies:

Continued.

COLOMBIA

Boundaries.

[legions.Departments.
\

.03

\i,.|.--Mbunl

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Boyaca (State).
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.T6

Santander (State).
Tolima (State).

boundary

L649.B7.

Darien,

modern

ama

Rica

For

sec

Brazilboundary F2554.

State

Scots' colony

MarTa.

2301-2349.

VENEZUELA

(RtwiYK

before 1500 it
and the Spaniards
soon
by Columbus
made.
Cumana
several years before any settlement was
in L520 and
in
Coro in the west
founded in the east

Though
was
was

L527.

Welsers

the

Charles

of

despatchedto
in

1547 and

sacked

Morgan
Caracas.

the interior. The

Maracaibo

Weber

to his creditor-.

expeditionswere

whom

grant

cancelled

was

Caracas

appointed.1595

myal governor

destroyed by

and

taken

in 1527

granted the coast


Augsburg, under

the

English buccaneers;

and

in 1679

Again in 173!) and

1711

French

the

in

was

1669

pillaged

attacked
British expeditions

captured Trinidad in 1798.


of New
zuela
Down
Granada, Veneviceroyalty
was
subjectto the Audiencia of Santo Domingo. In
and
and Cumana
1777 the provincesof Caracas, Maracaibo
ether territory
comprisingmodern Venezuela were separated
Granada
the captain generalcyofCaracas,and
from New
as
I

"

Puerto

iuaira and

and
Jabello,

of the

to the creation

1786 the Audiencia

of Caracas

was

created.

Early in the 19th century revolutionaryactivitybegan; under


Miranda
1806 and
considerable successes
between
won
were
L812, when

he

Bolivar,at once
of the struggle
closed

took

next

year

the

mercenaries,
In

with

broke

war

he had

the

continued

of his adherents,

The

contest.

Bolivar's overthrow
out

again under

in

in 1814.

other

Since

1829.

2304

Gazetteers.

that time

numerous

Collections.

Dictionaries.

200

turned
re-

foreign

expelled the last Spaniard.

Periodicals. Societies.

Biography.

The

Paez, Bolivar

the aid of British and

independent,with

Directories.

period

second

federal

2301

2305

one

was
formed,
republicof Colombia
Granada, Venezuela and Quito (Ecuador),from which

1822

withdrew

.5

the

up

by 1823, with

and

But

finallywithdrew.

of New
zuela
Vene-

has
country
internal revolutions.
the

SOUTH

AMERICA.

2308

Comprehensive works.

2309

Miscellaneous.

V-

t.

*~

and

Description
Before

2313

1810-

travel.

1810.

Antiquities.Indians.
History.
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2319
2321

KS^ft 2322
p-,
p-^'iJ

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2311

/,

/,

Before 1810.
TheWelsers

E135.G3.

.8

1806-

2323

1806-1812.

Miranda.

2324

1810-1830.

War

of

independence. Biographies:

Morilloy Morillo,Pablo; Montilla. Mariano; etc.


Bolivar,Simon
2325

Republic of

1830-

blockade,

2331

F 2235. B.

Venezuela.

Anglo-German

Revolution,

1902.

L903.

1902

Biographies:Vargas,J. M. ; etc.
ItritishGuiana
boundary dispute F 2331.B7.
Boundaries.
Regions. States.
.A5

Andes.

.A9

Los Aves

.B6

Bolivar.

.B7

Boundaries.

Islands off the coast, beIslands.

longing to
F

era

Colombia

boundary

.T2

Tachira.

.Z9

Zulia.

ether

pow-

201G.

F 2281.B7.

2341

Cities.

2349

Topics.

Towns.

GUIANA
A

F 2351-2479.

general name
applied to the regionbounded by the Caribthe
Sea,
Amazon, Rio Negro and Orinoco rivers, and
Venezuelan
(Spanish), British, Dutch, French,
embracing
and Brazilian (Portuguese) Guiana.
It is al present usually
restricted to the 2d, 3d, and
4th named.
Though visited
and
other explorers before L500, tittle was
by Columbus
bean

of this region till the fame of the


Between
attracted adventurers.

known
El

Dorado

Raleigh promoted
the

17th

modern

and

to
expeditions

Dutch

the

century

Demerara

three

1595

and

later

at

l these
British Guiana). In l" ;"_*
West
India company.
Dutch

l"il7

Early in

Guiana.

established settlements

Essequibo and

of the

golden city of

Berbice

on

the

(all in

pasaedunder
Meanwhile

trol
con-

the

French
gaineda foothold at Cayenne and the Englishat
tirst established themselves
in the region of the Oyapok
had

River

n;oi

Englishsettlements came
permanent
Dutch
Guiana, where a grant betw"

The

L629.

later in the modern

made
in
Copenam and Maroni rivers was
loughby and Eyde. British claims in Guiana

the

201

iii'i""to

Wil-

were,

how-

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GUIANA

allced" d to Holland in 1667 in exchange for New York,


leavingthe Dutch in full control of all modern British and
Dutch Guiana; which vraa divided into the province*E
r,

0V(

"

river.
of ita principal

name

British

capturedby

restored to

and

only

L783.

tin- fir.-tthree

by France

L796

In

the

wen

in

1782
British took

them in 1802,
jion of the four Dutch colonies,restoring
four provincecremained
seize them again in 1803. The

i"

in Britishhands 1804-1816,the convention of London


determiningth"- ultimate ownership of these colonies,

L814

alone

Surinam

when

united

Holland
Guiana

2351

1781

In

taken
privateers,

Holland

"-

Surinam, each taking the

,|uil",,Demerara, Berbice and

and

the

restored to

was

all her

Indian

West

Holland.

1828-1845

dependencies,including

American

islands, under

governor

1809 French Guiana


was
al Paramaribo.
conquered
residing
by the Portuguese of Brazil and annexed to the lattt-r till 1816.
the Amazon
and
General works on the region between

the Orinoco.
E 111-135.
Early voyages
Raleigh E 129.R2.

2361-2391

British

Guiana.

2361

Periodicals.

Societies.

L'.'iiil

Gazetteers.

Dictionaries.

236 1.5

Directories.

2365

Biography.

2368

Genealogy.
Comprehensive works.

2369

Miscellaneous.
1 description
and

2370

Before

2371

1803-

2379
2380
2381
2383

Collections.

travel.

1803.

Antiquities.
Indian

tribes.

History.
Before

1S03.

and

Dutch

colonies

Berbice.

of

merara
Essequibo, De-

Englishconquests.

Cf. F 2423, 2461.

Raleigh's
explorations
2384

129. R2.

1803-

Boundary dispute with


2387

Regions. Districts.
.B7

Venezuela

Boundaries.

Boundaries.
Brazil

boundary V 2554.
boundary F 2331.B7.

Venezuela

2389

Towns.

2391

Topics.

Cities.

202

F 2331 JB

'

,"

i.ii'.i;\i;v

OF

BRAZIL

CONGRESS
2501-2659.

ited mi I 199 by Pinzon, :i companion of Columbufl,and by


tl fellto Portugal
the PortugueseCabral,in 1500.
according
VI in L493,as
to the Bull of demarcation of Pope Uexander

in

modified in 1494.

Portuguesecrown

the

r":;i

began

to

the coast into captaincies


encourage colonization by parceling
middle
the
of the L6th century the
and
of 50 leagueseach,
by
Amazon
studded with
was
seaboard from the La Plata to the

independent settlements.

In

1548 the

governmentalpowers

revoked and a .rovernor


of tin' captainswere
at Bahia.
established
bis capital
who
Portugal

occupied by

was

colony,nominally Euguenot, in
soon
dispersed. Portugalbeing

French

these settlerswere

I'.is; Inn

from

oul

sent

Rio de Janeiro

by Spain under the Iatter's king, there was very


But the enemies of Spain
1578-1640.
littlecolonial activity
various
attacks between
watchful: the English made
were

absorbed

1595, and

and

1586

colony
L612

The

L618.
West

Dutch

Dutch

the

were

India company

1630

Pernambuco, which they made


extendingin time from the
Dutch

The

Amazon
The

took

Bahia, which was


they captured Olinda, mar
the capital of a Dutch ince
provSan

Francisco River to Mar-

finallyexpelled in

were

maintained

of the

troublesome.

most

in 1625

and

mouth

the

Marajo,at

quickly recaptured; but in

anhao.

founded

French

the

the island of

on

1654

and

quished
relin-

their claims by treaty in L662.

expulsionof the Spanish from Portugal in 1640


had been the signalfor new
activity in colonial affairs.
for complete independence
The firsteffect was
a movement

Meanwhile

the

the Portuguese colonists in South

among

failure of this,all efforts


of the Dutch

in north

Brazil, but

concentrated

were

on

on

the

the expulsion

Brazil.

From

strife between
the
early in the 17th century there was
inhabitants of the back country of south Brazil and the Jesuit
reductions in Paraguay, culminatingin the War of the Seven
reductions

in 1754.

In

1760

the Jesuits

were

expelled

from

Brazil.
In 1807

and

the invasion of Portugalby Napoleon the royal family

on

took

court

refuge in Brazil.

The

Spanish colonial

for independence scarcelyspread to Brazil.


advantage was taken of the disturbance to the south

the former

Spanish colonies

north

of the

La

Plata

In

ment
move-

fact,

to annex

in 1817.

his crown
in L821,
KingJohn VI returned to Portugal to resume
h
is
Tedro
in
Brazil.
son
The
latter
crowned
leaving
was
emperor of Brazil the next year, and the Portugueseexpelled in
L828. Discontent
and
at home
popular uprisingsled to the
loss of

Uruguay,after

war

with the La

Plata

provinces,and

Pedro I abdicated the throne in favor of his son


In

1849-1852

Kntre

joined with

Bios,Corrientes and Paraguay to expel Rosas,

of Buenos
in 1864

Brazil

Pedro II,in 1831.


the provincesof Uruguay,

Aires and

Brazil

actual ruler of the La

governor

Plata region. And

again at war. this time with Argentine


Bepublicand Uruguay againstL6pez, ruler of Paraguay,who

was

overthrown

was

in 1870.

204

.1

B8

Brazil.

modern

of

Indians

2520

Indians.

Bororo

.T9I4

Indians.

Tupinamba

History.
Historiopraphy.
historians.

of

Piopraphy
Collective,

.5

A- J

Individual,
Study

teaching.

and

Compends

works

General

2523

lomatic

history.

'ions

to

Colony,

15I|8.

To
E

with

countries,

individual

9-1762.

A-Z.

1821.
demarcation

of

line

Alexander

121.

Cabral

2526

special.

General

125. Cll.
Expulsion

of

the

Jesuits.

VI

SOUTH

F
In

a
a

was

there

empire

the

1889

AMERICA

abolished,and

was

constitutional

after

interim

an

republicinauguratedin

Under
wide-spreadrebellion in 1893-94.
has been special
activityin the settlement

ment,
govern-

There

1891.

the
of

republic
long-standing

boundary disputes with all Brazil's neighbors. That


Bolivia

notable

was

to
transferring

in

Brazil

in

with

1903

the

disputedAcre Territory.
2501

Periodicals.

Societies.

2504

Gazetteers.

Dictionaries.

.5

Collections.

Directories.

2508

Biography. Genealogy.
Comprehensive works.

2509

Miscellaneous.

2505

Descriptionand
2511

Before

2513

1821-1889.

2515

1889-

Indians

Moxo

.1

.3

2524
2526

1821.

Antiquities.

2519

2521

F 3319.

Local.

Topics.
History.
Colony, to
To

i5-~

1821.

o*

,-tr
E 125.C11.

Expulsion of

1549-1762.

Jesuit missions

2529

2532
2534

the Jesuits.

Paraguay F 2684.
F 2684.
reductions,1754
Portuguese settlement at Colonia,Uruguay F 2723.
French
colony at Rio de Janeiro 1555-1567.
War

2530

IXxoA

1548.
Cabral

2528

travel.

of

of the Seven

Villegagnon.
Spanish control 1578-1640.
Dutch
colony 1625-1662.
1763-1821.
Portuguesecourt

in Brazil.

Expulsion of Brazilians from Colonia


11 istory
of Portugal DP 500French

2536

Guiana

F _,723.

F 2461.

Empire, 1822-1889.

Abdication

of Pedro

I.

of 1889.
with Argentineever

Uruguay,
L849
Republic,
Argentine
F2687.
L870
1865
Paraguayan war,

War

Warwith

2537

Rebellion

Republic,1889
Misiones

award,

1894

205

L825
L862

of iv":;

F 2916, 2626.

L828

P 2726.

F2846.

"i

i.

olution
Rev-

Continued.

BRAZIL

id

\"

Boundaries.

States.

Ions.

COXGIJKSS

OK

LIBKAK'Y

Territory.

rr

jr.ll

AI.t

2546

Amazonas.

River.

Mara-

Jauapiry River.

River.

Purus

Eliver.

fton

Madeira

River.

Amazon

River,etc.

Jurua
Bahia.

2551
55 1

Boundaries.
Cf. F2540.

2556

ira.

256

Island.

Xoronha

Fernando

2566

Goyaz.

2571

Maranhao.

2576

Matto

colonies.

German

Santo.
Espirito

256]

Grosso.

Jesuil missions of Paraguay

2684.

Mucury colony.

MinasGeraes.

258]

F 2561.

boundary

Santo
K"]"irit""

Para.

2586

I' 2546.

2591

Parahyba.

2596

Parana.
Jesuit missions of Paraguay

_M.i 1 1

2684.

Pernambuco.

2606

Piauhy.

261

Rio

de Janeiro

(State).

Rio de Janeiro

2616

Rio Grande

(City) F
do Norte.

2621

Rio Grande

do Sul.

2626

Santa

2646.

German

colonies.

Catharina.

German

awarded

to Brazil.*

ones

colonies.
Part

F-Mlfc

Parana

boundary F2596.
Francisco River and

2629

Sao

2631

Sao Paulo.

2636

Paulistas.

The

Paraguay

War

reductions,1754

F 2684.
F 2684.

Sergipe.
Cities.

Towns.

26 16

K i""de -Janeiro.

2651

Other
The

places (alphabetically)
various "colonies"

in which
-'

Valley.

Jeeuil missions of
of the Seven

of Misi-

each

of

immigrants

is located.

Topics. Foreign elements.


.(.t3 Germans.

or\o

are

entered

under

state

SOUTH

AMERICA

PARAGUAY

Paraguay

F
visited

was

in

founded

2661-2699.
Sebastian

by

and

Cabot

in

became

Asuncion

L527.

the

capitalof the
Spanish possessionsin the La Plata region,which comprised
not only modern
Paraguay, but Uruguay, Rio Grande do
Sul and Santa Catharina, Brazil,and the Argentinepro\ incee
of Misiones, Corrientes,Entre Rios, Buenos
Aires and
Santa
was

Fe\

The

1535

history of

is classed

in F

La

the

In

2841.

domain

into the

two

Buenos

Aires

La

or

soon

Plata

1620

region in

earl} days

division of this large

the

on

these

provinces of Paraguay or (iuaira,and


guay
ParaPlata, the real historyof modern
it is only the part of Paraguay easl of the

begins. But
Paraguay River that

has

colonial history,the western

portionof the

country forming part of the Chaco regionand


remaining practicallyunsettled till late in ihe 19th century.
The
early colonists had been accompanied by Franciscan
who made
efforts to convert
the natives, as did
some
priests,
of Jesuits about 1586.
But in 1608 Philip [II of Spain
a hand
the Indians
granted the latter order permission to convert
At
the upper
Parana.
the time, the boundaries
on
between
Spanish and Portuguese possessionswere
undefined, and as
the Spanish kings had usurped the Portuguese crown,
no
conflict of jurisdictionwas
likely. These Jesuits gathered
the natives
into towns
sort
of
or
"reductions", under
a
rule.
Their
influence
both
military
spread rapidly on
above
sides of the Parana
River
the (Iuaira Falls,in the
modern

Brazilian

Grosso.

In

broken
No
the

up

aid

of

Parana.

missions

by the Portuguese

was

Jesuits

given by

below

Parana

from

on

Sao

the falls, and

of

started

terms

anew

with

the

far into

in

and

Paraguay,and

modern

the

in the country

modern
west

and

ci\ il

their remaining followers

Uruguay rivers, with a centre


Argentine territoryof Misiones,bul

the

Matt"

entirely
Paulo. (Paulistae
Paraguay; in fact

raided

friendly

Jesuits moved

The

and

Paulo

Sao

were

the government

seldom

were

authorities.
down

stales

the

1629

to

or

between
near

the

extending

to

the.east and

into the Brazilian

provinceof Rio Grande do Sul, Uruguay


and
Corrientes.
Though nominally subject to the governor
of Paraguay, the missions
were
virtuallyindependent and
lii
drill their converts
and
the Jesuits now
to
arm
began
and
from
I7l's the missions
detached
were
placed
Paraguay
under the government

Spanish

in

crown

of Buenos

1750

Aires.

to transfer

The

attempt of the

the "Seven

reductions"

of the Uruguay to Portugalin exchange for Colonia, led


Tin "
to armed resistance on the part of the missions in I7""i

east

were

by

defeated

forces,and

driven

transfer of

the
across

Spanish and
Uruguay River.

combined
the

was
territory

abandoned.

Portuguese

the posed
proIn L769 the Jesuits
Put

Spanish dominions, ami the missions,


entrusted
to the civil authorities. They were
soon
givenup.
the Indians mostlywithdrawingsouth into Uruguay and Entre
into Paraguay proper.
On the outbreak
Rios, and northwest
were

expelled

from

207

the

( ONGRESS

Lil',i;.\i;V OF

Continued.

PARAGUAY
.,i

the revolution io Buenoj

Am-,

patched to Paraguay, which


were
defeated. Bui Spaniard!

successful almosl without

was

dominated the country and


Dr. Francis easily
La
1840. He was
succeeded
virtualdictator til]bis death
[shed.

1.1

within

risingfrom

expedition m

an

the Spanish governor


easily
tow is the countrj and a revolutionary

was

by

Lopez, L841-1862,and by the latter'Bson, V. S. Lopes,


in oonfiid with aeighbon and
1862-1870.
The former was
flu- rightto navigatethe Parana; and
maritime nations over
in L864 the attempt oi the younger
Lopez to interfere in the
in Uruguay brought on
civil ware
the Paraguayan war,
in
and
which
Brazil united against
Uruguay, Argentine Republic
and
crushed
nearly annihilated her in
Paraguayand finally
I

\.

L870.

Collections.

2661

Periodicals.

Societies.

2604

Gazetteers.

Dictionaries.

Directories.

2668

Biography. Genealogy.
Comprehensiveworks.

2669

Miscellaneous.

2665

travel.

Descriptionand
2671

Before

"2\ur"

L811-

1811.

2681

History.

2683

Before

Whole

2684

Province

1811.

Jesuit

La Plata

War

Paraguay

regionbefore

province.

1709.

of

Missions

of the Seven

Regions occupied by

1620

1620.
F 2841.

reductions, 1009reductions,1754.
or

the missions

F 2621, 2723, 2891,

2916.

2686

1811-

Francia.
Parana.

2687

2691

C. A.

Lopez. Navigation of
F.S.Lopez. U.S.T^rv

Paraguayan war,

1805-1870.

iS5K-\"s^.

Regions. Departments. Partidos.


.1)7

the

Colonies.

aries.
Bound-

Boundaries.
Cf. F2891.C4.
Brazil

.C4

boundary
ParaguayanChaco.
Territorybetween
Cf. El Gran Chaco

F 2554.
El Chaco
the

2695

Cities.

Topics. Foreignelements.
.G3

Towns.

Germans.

208

Paraguay and

F2876.

2099

Boreal.

Western

Paraguay.

Pilcomavo

rivers.

OF

LIBRARY

ONGRESS

"

Continued.

URUGUAY

Boundaries.

Regions. Departments.
Boundaries.

,B7

P 2654.

boundary

Colonifl(Department).
al Colonia

Portuguesesettlement

Pa,

,R6

Etocha.

Towns.

Cities.
2781

Montevideo.

2793

Other

2799
ARGENTINE

F 2723.

andu.

,P8

places(alphabetically)
.

Foreign elements.

Topics.

PLATA

LA

THE

REPUBLIC.

REGION
America

other countries in South

Unlike

not, in the settlement

Republicdid
form

F 2801

earlycolonial

unit.
or political
geographical

while

Of the La

and Uruguay have

provincesproper, Paraguay

Argentine

the present
and

3021.

tory,
his-

Plata

pendence,
their inde-

won

the early historyof the western

of the

states

republicbelongs rather with Chile and Upper Peru (Bolivia)


the territories to the south,
than with the La Plata; and
colonial history of importance.
the old Patagonia,have
no
Rio

de la Plata

1516

and

by Sebastian

Cabot

from

Spain under

Pedro

out

La

Plata, and

In

1538

removed

thither.

region

was

Aires

La

Plata, the

government
of

Rio
to

the

Aires

colony

as

following

the

Parana

again occupied.
Viceroy of Peru,
Audiencia

the Uruguay and

and

of Charcas

Aires, and

the

Guaira

unsettled

1620

the

and
The

as
Paraguay.
entirelyconfined to the present
Aires and Santa Fe, the regionbetween
Parana
rivers being held by Indians, and

almost

This

was

the scat

of

frequent contests

Portuguesecolonists.

by Spaniards,who
northern hank, but
many

(otherwise

regionaround

Uruguay not occupied at all till 16S0,


Portuguesefrom Brazil erected a fort at Colonia

the

diately
imme-

or

the modem

on

Plata

La

Sucre, Bolivia). About

Buenos

province was
provincesof Buenos

Spanish

lished
estab-

were

of the

of Asuncion,

former

founded

year.

capitaland all colonists


of
lieutenant-governorship

the

all that part below the confluence


Paraguay rivers as the province of

and
or

eastward

and

of

divided:

was

Buenos Aires.

set

adelantado

The

the

modern

de la Plata
the

to

1534

Mendoza

the

many

subordinate

In

separate settlements

dependency

de

Buenos

Under

Buenos

in 152G.

made

was

Garay, 1576-1584,
and

was

founded

Asuncion

Diaz de Solisin

firstvisited by Juan

The

years.

1726

thenceforth
the

Meanwhile,

when

between

Montevideo
were

the

opposite
was

predominant

Colonia

question remained

to the

westward, in modern

two
Argentine
territory,
ized
separate governments had been organ:
Cuyo (jhcmodern Argentine provincesof Mendoza. San
Juan and San 1 ,uis)
of Chile ; and Tucuman
a dependency
inces
(provof Cordoha, Rioja,Santiago del Estero,Tucuman,
Cata-

210

AMERICA

SOUTH

Salta

marca,

Jujuy)

Jesuit missions

The

cas.

and

F
Peru

part of Upper

Char-

or

of Paraguay, though largelyin the

of Misiones, belong rather with the


present Argentineterritory
transferred to
history of Paraguay, F 2684: though they were
the government of Buenos
Aires in 1728.
The
is true
same
of the War of the Seven
reduction*,which was
an
attempt
to

dispossesssuch

the Uruguay

Rio Grande

established

Spanish crown

as

Viceroyaltyof

the

the Audiencia

previouslysubject to
also

was

Indians

ol

east

were

do Sul,Brazil).In 1776 the


Plata, with

La

to its control all the territories


Aires,transferring

seat at Buenos

there

mission

of these

(inmodern

audiencia

an

of Chaicas.

established at

And

in 1782

Buenos

Aires.

viceroyaltycomprised the following governments: 1.


Buenos
Aires (the Argentine provinces of Buenos
Aires,

The

Santa

Upper

3.

Aires

Buenos

Peru

Cuyo,

5.

man;

Riosand

Entre

Fe,

Corrientes;and Uruguay);

detached

now

out, in the formation of

there

years

city of

the

organized in 1825,

was

anarchy

was

provinces,between

the

1806

constitutional government
many

Chile.

Aires.
governingjunta in Buenos
taken
undersoon
expelled,and expeditions
Spanish strongholds on the Pacific. A

Spaniardswere
againstthe

among

from

by an Englishexpeditionwhich held
the followingyear.
1810 the revolution broke
taken

was

it Till defeated

The

2. Paraguay;

Charcaa (modern Bolivia);4. Tucu-

or

civil

or

the

two

fact inns

and

rians
of Unita-

the party of centralization and


Federalists, or
or
fa/ored
the
for
provinces. During
autonomy

who

conflicts Bolivia, Paraguay and


last named

independence, the

Uruguay
in

1828

asserted

after

for

but

within

war

their

own

with

war

those
these

its

nally
Rosas, though nomiand governor of Buenos
a Federalist
Aires,was virtual
Plata region. In 1813 a civil war
La
dictator of the whole
Brazilian invaders.

in Uruguay
was

i li.

provinceof

the

for many

years.

into the

war

1852.
Aires

Buenos
it

between

reentered

1865

Chile

preparations on

the

with
Under

its independence

confederation; but

caused

the

ousies
jeal-

ruler

much

were

of Paraguay. Boundary
irritation and warlike

pari of both countries.


merely the frontierof two

The

territory

countries,

hut

Earther south.
unsettled regionsof Patagoniaand
Another
L902.
made
in
boundary
was
agreement

vast

Final

adjustment,

portionof

with

the

Bolivia

former's

and

Alaeama

Chile,gave
region,now

Los Andes, 1899-1900.

2801

Periodicals.

Societies,

2804

Gazetteers.

Dictionaries.

.5

in the

Urquiza'sgovernment

maintained
the

he

Rioa.

of Entre

Brazil resulted

the

not

was

1852

provinces
prominenl
drawn
were
Argentineprovinces

capitaland

againstLopez,

disputes with

the

in

Rosas

till 1859, when

involved

enemies

of these

expulsion of

to

by Urquiza,governor

home

at

alliance

The

1829

the occasion of Rosas' interference, and

was

attacked

From

Directories.

211

ions.
('..licet

to

Argentinaa

oi
the territory

THE

REPUBLIC.

ARGENTINE

Dfi
us

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRAITl

f
Continued.

REGION

PLATA

LA

raphy. Genealo
works.
( lomprehensive
B

Miscellaneous.

2809

travel.

and
iod
Descripl
281 i

Before 1806!

2815

L806

Antiquities.

2821
.1
.::

Local.

Topics.

2831

ITislory.

2841

Before

Viceroyaltyof

1806:
Peru and

Upper

Paraguay

to Colonia

F 272:5.

Jesuit provinceor reductions

2845

_'S46

1817-r

English

S;,n Martin

F20si.

reductions,1754

of the Seven

1X06-1817.

F 3301-3359.

2683.

Brazilian claims

War

Plata.

La

Audiencia of Charcas

F 2684.

invasions.

War

of

pendence.
inde-

F 2235.S.

{Rosas.

Civil

War

wars.

with

Brazil,1849-

1852.
War

with

Brazil

over

Uruguay, 1825-1828

F 2687.
Paraguayan war, 1865-1870
F 2916.
award, 1894
Territories.
Regions. Provinces.

F 2726.

Misiones

Mountains

2851

Amies

2853

Los

2857

Boundaries.

Andes

Boundaries.

Chilean boundary ques(including


tion).

(Territory).
A-Z-

"

Cf. F2S53.
Chile boundary F 2851.
Brasil boundary F 2554, 2916.

Paraguay boundary
2861

Buenos
Buenos

Martin

Aires

F 2691. B7.

(Province).

Aires (City) F 3001.


Garcia

(Island)
F 2909.

2871

Catamarca.

2876

El Chaco

2881

P 2691.C4.
Paraguayan Chaco
Chubut (Territory).

El
(Territory).

irdova.
391

Corrientes.

2896

KntreRios.

2901

Formosa

2906

Jujuy.

(Territory).

212

Gran

Ohaco.

SOUTH

Regions.

Provinces.
River

Plata

2909

La

2911

Mendoza.

2916

Misiones

AMERICA

Garcia

Territories

and

etc.

Parana

Valley.

"

Continued.
River.

tin
Mar-

(Island).
The

ancient

Chilean

gobernaci6n

of

Cnyo.
(Territory).The

Brazil
The

2921
2924
2926

question with

(cf.F 2626).

Jesuit missions

of

south

of Buenos

west

F l'(;84.

Paraguay

Neuquen (Territory).
Pampa (Territory).
Pampas region. Region
Luis, and

of Mendoza

and

San

Aires, extending south

Patagonia.

to

2936

Misiones

Patagonia.
(Including collective works on Patagonia, Falkland
Islands,
Tierradel
gentine
Fuego, Straits of Magellan, Cape II"rn. etc.) Arsubdivided
into territoriesof
Patagonia is now
and Santa (ruz.
Chilean
Neuquen, Rio Negro, Chubut
in the Chilean provinceof Chiloe and
Patagonia is embraced
of Magallanes.
territory
Falkland

Islands

F 3031

Tierra del Fuego

F 2986.

Straits of Magellan

F3191.

Rio

2956

Negro (Territory).
LaRioja.

2958

Salta.

2961

San

Juan.

2966

San

Luis.

2971

Santa

Cruz

2976

Santa

Fe.

2951

2981
2986

(Territory).

Santiagodel Estero.
del Fuego (Territory).Tierra

Tierra

del

Fuego

(Island).
The

western
part of the island
territoryof Magallanes.

forms

pari of the Chilean

Cf. F 3186.

2991

Tucuman

(Province)

The

ancient

gohenuieion of

Tucuman.
Cities.
3001
.3011
3021

Buenos

Aires

(City).

places(alphabetically).
Topics. Foreignelements.
Other

.F8
.18

3031

Towns.

Falkland

French.

Italians.

Islands.

Pepys
213

Island

(Imaginary).

\t

3285.

3051

CHILE

CONGRESS

OF

Lll'.i; \i;v

Spanishconquest of Peru, northern Chile


which bad been conqueredby
by [ndian tribes,
iccupied
of the

the time

outh of modern

[ncae, while th"

the

Valparai

the Araucanians and


held by warlike and independent tribes,
invaded
from Pern: in
Th
bj Spaniards
others
untry was
who founded Santiby Valdivia,
,!id other towns, and even
despatchedexpeditionsacross
there was
to the east, where
organizedthe province
Hi.' Andes
of Cuyo; now
pari of the ArgentineRepublic Tn L553 moel
L636 i.\

Almagro,and in

settlements

of tlie Chilean

known

often
fighting,
1 1.

there

years

as

almost

was

the Araucanian

[ndian inroads

in

destroyed

were

hundred

for the next

and

L640

distance

in

abolished

Thiswas

1567.

general substituted.

Finallyin

1640

treaty

The

audiencia

was

made

later Indian

and

in 1655, 1724

wars

revived

was

with

River.
In

1766.

crushed

by the viceroy of Peru

Martin

San

which

for independence

and

broke

his Argentine army

in 1817

the

1776

of the

were

ince
prov-

Andes,

Plata.
in

out

in 1814; but

which

There

Cuyo, comprising the part of Chile east


transferred to the new
viceroyalty of La

movement

in

in 1609.

Indians

the

of
was

Peru,

in Chile

royalgovernor and captain

L575anda

all the land south of the Biobio

left them

difficul-

from

of conducting a contest at such a


established
Buch thai a royal audiencia was

were

ceaseless

The

war.

The

1810

was

the arrival of

on

the royalists
were

of military
Chile was
made
a
centre
finallyoverthrown.
and naval
operationsagainst Peru until the final defeat of the
unstable
The republicthen organized was
Spaniards in 1824.
of risingsagainst the
and there have been a number
at first,
down

government
involved in

to recent

In

times.

1836.

Chile

became

confederation,and in
with
drawn
into
L865 was
brief war
a
Spain. The
by Peru
of 1879-1882
Chile-Permian
war
mercial
was
brought on by comtroubles over
the nitrate industry in the Bolivian
Peru took the side of Bolivia, and the
province of Atacama.
war

result of the

with

the

Peru-Bolivian

the loss

board.
by Bolivia of her entire seaof
thewarand
oul
fer
transquestionsgrowing
kepi alive unfriendlyfeelingsdown to the

struggle was

Territorial
of territory
have

present day.

The

Bolivian

(Chilean
territoryof Atacama
department of

province of Antofagasta)and the Peruvian


Tarapaca(Chilean province of the same name)
outright,and, by
1883, the Peruvian
transferred
later.

years
was

From

They

are

against President

boundary disputes with

3051

Periodicals.Societies.

3054

Gazetteers.

to the

Dictionaries.

Directories.

214

and

ultimate

pending
still retained by Chile.

revolution

to L902

were

verge

of

war.

Collections.

transferred

accepted Oct. 23,

neon

Chile,

led the country

.5

treaty of A

territories of Tacna
to

successful
1S9S

the

Arica

rarily
tempo-

decision
In 1891

ten

there

Balmaoeda.

the Argentine Republic

AMERICA

SOUTH

3058

Biography. Genealogy.
Comprehensive works.

3059

Miscellaneous.

3055

Descriptionand
3061

Before

3063

1810-

travel.

1810.

Antiquities.

3069
.1

Local.

.3

Topics.

Araucania

F 3126.

de los Cesares.

Ciudad

3072

Araucanians

and

fciR"",
\3081 History.
ua^cou",
\-=309

Before. 1810.

Arauc

anian

wars

War

Biographies:

of

independence, 1810-1824.
O'Higgins,Bernardo; etc.

3094

War

1824-

3095

F 2235. S.

Martin

San

with

Montt, Manuel;
with

War

3097

Peru

Territorial

.3

etc.

with Peru-Bolivian

War

Biographies:

Spain, 1865-1866.

and

Bolivia,1S79-1882.

growing out
questions,

Tacna

and

F 3447.

confederation, 1836-1839

of the

war.

Arica.

Cf. F 3116, 3231, 3241.

3098

Revolution

Regions.

of 1891.
Boundaries.

Provinces.

3106

Aconcagua.

3111

Andes

in Chile.

Mountains

Cf. F 2212, 2851.

3116

Antofagasta.

3126

Arauco.

3131

Atacama.

(Formerly Bolivian

of
territory

Ata-

cama.)
The

Cf. F3060,

Cf. Easter

3136

Biobio.

3139

Boundaries.

Araucania

ancient
3091.

Island

V 3169.

ft'l

Cf. F 3097.3.

Argentineboundary
3141

Cautin.

3146

Chiloe.
Cf. F2936.

3161

Colchagua.
Concepcion.
Coquimbo.

3166

Curico.

3151

3156

215

2851, !

and

Araucanians

CX)NGRESS

OF

I.ll'.i;.\i;v

Continued.

CHILE

of La Plata,L776)
to Viceroyalty
Cuyo (transferred
F 291
.;ir,.i

;;i7l

1.

de Pascua.
(Isla

Easter Island.
Juan

Te Pito to

Hernia.)'

[slands.

Fernandez

:; I7ti

Linares.

3181

Uanquihue.

3186

Magallanea(Territory).
Cf. F2936.

319]

Straits of

Magellan.
G 286.M2; G 420.M2.

Magellan
3196

Malleco.

3201

Maule.

3206

Ruble.

3211

o'TTiggins.

3221

Santiago (Province).
chile (City) F 3271.

Santiagode
3231

territories of Tacna

Peruvian

Tama.

F 2

of Tierra del Fuego

I,land

and

Arica.

Cf. F 3097.3.

3236

Talca.

3241

TarapacS.

it,

Cf. F 3097.3.

3246

\ aldivia.

3251

Valparaiso(Province).
Cf

Cities.

3271
3281
3285

Islas de Juan

F 3171.

Femdndez

Towns.

Santiago de Chile (City).


Other places (alphabetically).
Topics. Foreignelements.
F8

French.

.G3

Germans.

BOLIVIA
In

earlydays the
the

fncas

Bolivia

modern

for

and

3301-3359.

over

two

was

centuries

part of Peru, both under

followingthe Spanish

a
royal audiencia
(""inquest. In 1559
Charcae (otherwisethe city of La data,
over
jurisdiction

included

not

of Tucuman

the region known


modern

only
(now the

as

waa

became

from
the

the

gobernacion

provinces of Argentine
guay
Argentine. Pararegion(eastern

and

of its own,

waa

acknowledged
Lima.

In

of Chareas

1776
was

by royal decree

the Yieeroyalty of Peru


Yieeroyalty of La Plata, with capitalat

"21""

This

Peru.

northwestern

Republic). The La Plata


and
Uruguay) though having governors
also subjectto the Audiencia, while the whole
the supremacy
at
of the Viceroy of Peru
the entire region subject to the Audiencia
detached

Sucre) having

Upper

Bolivia,but

in

established

now

Buenos

CONGRESS

OF

\i;v

MCI;

BOLIVIA.

334]

Regions. Departments.
Atacama,
K

province ""f Antofagasta


of Los
Andes
Argentineterritory

'now

and

:;iKit

Continued.

Boundaries

Chilean

F 28
.B7

Boundaries.
P 2857, 2853.
\rgentine boundary
Brazil boundary P 2554, 2540.
Chile boundary F3139, 3097.3,3116.
Paraguay boundary F2631.B7.
Peru boundary F 3451.117.

,C6

Chuquisaca.

.(7

Cochabamba.

.1,:;

La Paz.
Acre territoryF

.()7

2540.

F3451.T6.

LakeTiticaca

Oruro.
Cruz.

,S2

Santa

.T3

Territorio Nacional

.T6

Lake

de Colonias.

Bolivia.
region,

Titicaca

Of. FS451.T6.

Cities.

3351

Towns.

3359

Topics.
At

3401-3619.

PERU

Quito)on

Spanish conquest, 1531, the ruling family


its dominion, which
recently consolidated
not only modern
Peru, but Ecuador
(province of
the north, Bolivia (Upper Peru) on the east and

northern

Chile

the time
of

of the

had

[ncas

included

the south.

on

and

quarrels,Pizarro
whole

Inca

assassinated

was

internal

Taking advantage of

followers

speedily

the

overran

the conquerors,
among
in 1541 and Emperor Charles

Quarrels arose

empire.

Pizarro himself

his

"

de Vela as 1st viceroy of Peru


in 1544.
out Nunez
Though the rule of the viceroy extended over
practicallyall
down
to the erection of the ViceSpanish South America
V sent

of
royaltiee
it

audienciaa
of

and

in 1739

Granada

New

found

was

La

Plata

in

1776; yet

under
establish local governments
necessary
the audiencia
were
captains general. Such
to

or

1559, the presidency and audiencia of Quito, 1564,


Sharcas,
the audiencia (latercaptaingeneralcy)
of Chile, 1567. etc.
in America.
Peru itselfremained
the centre
of Spanish power
"

While

the

gained full strength in

revolutionary movement
was
only in 1820

regionsit

remoter

threatened.

San

Martin

that

Peru

itselfwas

the south,

from

and

ously
seri-

Bolivar

from

the north, concentrated their victorious forces, and the


battle of Ayacucho, Bee. 1824,marked
the end of the Spanish
After years of civil war.
President
power in South America.

Cruz

Santa
two

invasion
there

War

of Bolivia

countries
from

was

broke

nitrate

as

invaded

the

Chile broke

war

out

with

1835, and joined the


An
Peru-Boliviana.

In 1865-66
up their union in 1839.
in which
also involved.
Chile was

Spain

between

on
deposits

Peru.

Confederaci6n

Chile

and

the coast, and

218

Bolivia

in 1879

over

the

Peru, as ally of the latter,

SOUTH

drawn

was

the

by

AMERICA

in.

The

absolute

Peruvian

followed

was

province of Tarapaca

3401

Gazetteers.

Dictionaries.

Directories.

3408

Biography. Genealogy.
Comprehensive works.

3409

Miscellaneous.

Descriptionand
3411

Before

3423

1820-

3430

.1

Local.

.3

Topics.

V 3442

"ddv'cou*^
3446

tribes of modern

Indian

[ rn'b

History.
Before

Spanish conquest.

1548.
of Peru

Indians

and

the Inca

Peru.

Tupac Amaru, 1780-1781.


of independence,1810-1825.

War

Civil

1820-

1835-1839.
War

with

Putumayo

wars.

War

Pizarro.

empire,before 1531

Viceroyaltyof

1548-1825.

Miller,William;
3447

Peru.

3431*

3444

travel

1820.

Antiquities.Incas.

3429

t-

the

3404

.5

R."\aWt\",

disastrous defeat of the allies

loss of

to the victor,while the territories of Tacna


and
Arica were
conditionallysurrendered fc"r ten years, subject to a plebiscite
at the end of that period. Chile stillholds them, as the province
of Tacna, with ultimate status
unsettled.
Periodicals.
Societies.
Collections.

3405

VoVo^aWci

3429.

Insurrection

of

Biographies:

etc.

Confederacion
with

Chile, 1879-1882
atrocities

Peru-Bolivia

Spain, 1S65-1866.
F 3097.

F 345 1 P94
.

na.

OF

LIBRARY

ECUADOR

CONGRESS

3701-3799.

of the Span! b conquest of Peru the [ncas had jusl


completed the overthrow of the Cares,of Indians of
trol
thisregion, li was natural then to extend the Spanish conL585 Quito was
made a cenAs curly
tre
to ill" north.
to the north,
farSpanishincursions into modern " Colombia,
[n 1564 the old kingdom of Quito,with outlyingColombian and
erected into a presidency,
with a royal
was
Peruvian provinces,
of the Viceroyof
audiencia,nominallyunder the jurisdiction
of New Granada was created.
Peru till L739,whentli" viceroyalty
!,," time

re, ,nii\

;i-

In

Spanishgovernment

the

iso!)

overthrown

was

This lasted but a short

native juntaalQuito.

prudenl Spanishcommander, Ecuador


In the latter year,
Btrongholdtill 1819.
i afresh,
encouraged by the successes

mi

and

in the south.

in favor of

time,and under

continued

royalist

the rebellion broke


of Bolivar

The

in

the

3701

victory of Pichincha
in May 1822 was
ern
decisive,and the four provinces forming modEcuador
absorbed
into Bolivar's new
were
republic of
( '"ill
After various smaller revolts,
nubia.
the old presidency of
of
Quito declared itself independent, 1830, under the name
the republic of Ecuador.
Periodicals.
Societies.
Collections.

3704

Gazetteers.

3705
3708

Biography. Genealogy.
Comprehensive works.

3709

Miscellaneous.

north

San

Martin

Dictionaries.

Descriptionand
3711

Before

3713

1810-1830.

871*

1830-

travel.

1810.

Wb*b"r*"*?

Antiquities.Indians.

3721
.1

Local.

.3

Topics.

3731

History.

3733

Before

3734

1810-1S30.

3735

1830-

3741

Regions.
.A6

,^C

^or/

o^\or,

3-raz

1810.

Provinces.

Andes

Boundaries.

Mountains,Ecuador.

Cf. F 2212.
.B7

Boundaries.
Peru

.G2
Cities.
38W
:;v|i

boundary

Galapagos

F 3451. B7.

Islands.

Towns.

Quito.
Other places (alphabetically).

Topics. Foreignelements.
220

ADDITIONS
References
made

these

to

that additions

to indicate

where

TO

additions

are

11-29

by

in proper

place by hand,

is to be

inserted.

Add

as

footnote.

These

numbers

Add

31-50

Add

for

work-

or

be

if ever,

seldom,
U.

suggestion is

least

would

check

made

which

bonk

are

of travel

here, but

rather

S., Spanish-America, etc., whichever

might

country

classed

region covered.

or

Huguenots.
footnote.

as

book

few

like E 11-29, are


to be assignedonly to
professedlyand actually comprehensive; f. g.,
dealing principallywith British America with

numbers,

works

at

pages

the end

the U. S. would

on

1001-1035, regardless of title.

United

States

country

that they

ReferIndian

83

The
at

in scope.

These

in index.

reserved

are

be the main

29.F8

"a"

actually comprehensive
under

1, 1913.

preceded

be either entered
matter

MARCH

in

(Massacres

1676

classed

and

wars

title relate

the
are

Jackson's

151

so

b"-

placed in
having
largely to this
works

"

uprisingsin Virginia1609-

1622

and

F
Refer Gookin, Daniel
Refer Logan, John, Indian
Add

Most

execution

1641, etc.)

229.

67. G.

chief

99.M64L.

of the Tennessee

men.
militia-

E 302.6.P57.
Refer Pinckney, Thomas
Add
Cheyenne outbreak, 1875.
.M64
Add
Mingo Indians.
Add

Demarcation

line of Alexander

Refer Altitudes
^^Thanksgiving

GB

day and

(Cf. F 7; GT
Add

The

work

494-496;

vi.

109.

customs

in the colonies

4975).

of historical

Ropes, J. C.
Squier,E. G.
Add
Steedman, Charles:
A.; Philip,J. W.
Refer Bailey,Theodoras

societies.

Add

182

Porter, D.
E

Add

184

1).

.A8

Asiatics

PB8

British

.F8

AddCi.Yu

.F85

Add

Cf. E

184.A2.

.G3

Add

Cf. E

184.M8.

184.11'.).

221

Rowan, S.
E

('.:

Roe,

V.

167.1.B14.

E 467.1.P78.

Cf. E
Cf. E

is

l.on.

L84.E5; .S3; .S4; .Wi.

i Mi

CONGRESS

OF

LIBRARY
R" fer under

of

Order

.99.

Washington

E 202.7.
F 67.R.

Timothy
ReferRuggles,
ReferRuggles,Timothy

"02

Add

E 207

hrder of

F 67. K.

Washington.

.7

.")

Other societies

(alphabetically).
Cornwallis,Lsl

ReferCornwallis,Charles

quis

Howe, Richard

Howe,

day, Apr.
Add Evacuation
day.
Add as footnote.

Add

mar-

DA506.C8.

Patriot's

earl

DA

87.118.

19.

Library of Congress at present classes battles hen-.


will probably be worked
later for
out
A scheme

The

231-239,

Eden, Sir

Robert.

B" f,r Leonard,

Daniel

Add

similar to E 471^78.

lines somewhat

on

278.L5.

Paine, R. T. E 302.6.P14.
Add
Northwest, Old.
ReferRoss, George E 302.6.R79.
Rush, Benjamin E 302.6.R85.
Add
.L5
Leonard, Daniel.
.P14
Add
Paine, R. T.
.R61
Rodney, C. A.

E
E

.R79

Ross, George.

.R85

Rush, Benjamin.

335

Refer Rodman.
Add Morris,R.

340

Add

William

153.R.

V.

.M83

Morrow, Jeremiah.
Prentiss,Samuel.
.R7
Robertson, George.
.R8
Ross, H. II.
.R9
Rush, Richard.
.V7
Vinton, S. F.
ReferMurphy. IT. C. F 123.M.
.P88

Prentice,G.
Rodney, C.
E

356

Add

as

The

D.

A.

415.9.P85.
302.6.R01.

footnote.
Libraryof

Bcheme

355, on

at

will

382

Refer1st Creek

101

Add

be

Guadalupe

83.813.

club.

worked

out

later for

similar to E 471" 47v

execution

war;

222

present classes battles here.

probably

lines somewhat

.2

of Tennessee

litiamen.
mi-

ADDITIONS
E

403.1

.P6

TO

AddCt

405.6

Add

406

Add

Pillow court-martial

B 405.6.

footnote.

as

Libraryof Congress at present

scheme

E 405,

.9

E 467.1.B14.

Pillow court-martial.

The

415.6

1, 1913

ReferBailey,Theodoras

MARCH

Add
Add

will probably be
lines somewhat

on

classes battles here.

worked

out

later for

similar to E 471^178.

Black, J. S.
.B6
Black, J. S.
.B63
Blair,F. P.
.P5

H.
Phillips,

.P85

Prentice,G. D.

M.

.R75

Rollins,E. H.

.R76

Rollins,J.

.Y2

Yancey, W.

S.
L.

F. H.
ReferPeirpoint,

534.P.

F 153.R.
Reed, R. R.
V 1%.R.
Reemelin, Charles

Sherman, John

Watts, T.
works
436

438

442

447

664. S5.

F 326.W.

H.

collected
Wendell, ReferPhillips'
Phillips,

Under

in E

415.6.P.

ReferParaguay expedition F 2686.


Refer Squattersovereignty E 415.7.
F396.M.
J. A.
ReferMurrell,
F
New
York
plot 1741
Refer
negro
,

Richmond

128.4.

insurrection.

1800

(Gabriel's]

insurrection.

1822

(Denmark

F 234.R5.
Charleston

F 279.C4.

Yesoy's)

insurrection, 183]

Southampton

F 232.S7.

Turner's)
E

463

lected)
society's
pamphlets(colRefer Loyal publication
458. L.

E
E

467.1

(Nat

Add

.El 3

Bailey,Theodoras.
A. N.
Duffle,
Early,J. A.

.P78

Porter, D. D.

.R2

Ramseur,

.B14
.D87

Under

.Wl,

S. I".
CI*. Warren

add

E 477. 675.

Refer Blair,F. P.
Piatt. Donn

E 415.9.B63.
F 496.P.

182.R.

Rowan, S. C.
Rusk, .1. M.

E 664.R93.

Watts, T. U.

F326.W.

223

court-martial

( ONGRI

OF

LIBRARY

A,/,/ | Battle ""f Rich

Mountain).

Add

Nov. 1861).
(Port Royalexpedition,
(Merrimac and Monitor I.

Add

(Captureof Elizabeth CityI.

Ad, I

(Battle""f Nueces

Add

River).

(Siege""f Harper'sFerry).
raid toward Rome, Ga., AprAdd (Streight's
May, 1X63).
Add (Battleof Middleburg).
Add Siege""f Charleston.
.hi,I

.WW

(Battle of Pleasant

Add

(Battleof Allatoona).

Add

(Battle of

Hill).

Westport).
SpringHill).
GravellyRun).

Add

(Battle of

Add

(Battle of

Add

(Stoneman's raid,1865).

B" f"r ( 'onfederate

almanacs

States

JK

ReferC. S. A. documents
E

AY

381.

9661-9799.

Peirpoint
University
Pennsylvania.
ReferComparisonsof the Union and Confederate

ReferGov.
Add

534.

.P4

armies

ReferAndrews'

E 491.
railroad

raid,1862

Add

National

association

Add

Southern

relief agencies.

ReferRelations
Add

.D4

with

Depew,

of civil war

Latin

America

E 473.55.
nurses.

1418.

C. M.

Morton, L. P.
.R93
Rusk, J. M.
.S57
Sherman, John.
ReferBlack, J. S. E 415.9.B6.
F 496.P.
Piatt,Donn
E 415.9.R75.
Rollins,E. H.
.M85

702

714.6

ReferHarrison's collected works


E 182.P.
J. W.
ReferPhilip,

in

Add

New

Thanksgiving day
Cf. E

in

38

162; GT4975.
ReferRollins, E. H. E 415.9.R75.

39

Add

Rand, E. D.

"224

660.H.

England

CONGRESS

OF

UI"i;\i;Y

Add

Pinckney,Charles,etc.
Biographies:

Add

.Sis

Add

"

""

before L763; Louisiana

coasl

326

F372.

Etibaul ; Laudonni"re.
II.

T.

.1'/'/Watt.,

F 372.

1763

before

/.',
ferGulf coast

lands to I '. S.. 1802.

rion of western

ReferGulf
Add

Parish.

Si. James

ReferYancey, W. L. E 415.9.Y2.
ReferMurrell,J. A. F 396.M.
.1"A/ Biographies:
Rusk, T. J.; etc.
A"l"l Murrell,J. A.
Mountain

ReferOzark
F

117

455

456

466

4 7l"

.Add

.09

Ozaik

.S4

Sevier

495

Co.

ReferPrentice,G.

D.

415.9.P85.

Robertson, George E 340.R7.


Add
Biographies: Goebel, William; Powers,
Caleb; Reid, Richard; etc.
E 415.9.P85.
ReferPrentice,G. D.
ReferBlair,F. P. E 415.9.B63.
Rollins,J. S. E 415.9.R76.
Add

.B3

Bates

.09

Ozark
Cf.

region F 417.09.
Mountain
region Cf.F472.09.

Co.
Mountain

F 417.09.
Jeremiah

ReferMorrow,

S. F.

Add

region,Mo.
340.M83.

340.V7.

Vinton,
F 496.P.
Piatt,Donn
F 496.R.
Reemelin, Charles
Reemelin, Charles;Piatt,Donn.

D. L.
Phillips,
Reftr Haymarket square riot,1886

Add

Add

Dewey,
ReferRusk,

J. M.

[(hi

Nebraska
Add

.C2

Add

Admission

Add

Alaska

Add

and

etc.

F 666.

Canyon

ReferAlaska

846.C4

664.R93.

Explorers: Carver, Jonathan;


F 685.
ReferKansas
j

HX

Nelson.

as

Co.
state.

commercial

commercial

other

226

company
company.

writings.

F 912.P9.

TO

ADDITIONS
F

1054

1399

Add

Add

1409

1432

1619

1621

Add

1,

Isle

.R5

Richelieu

.T32

Tcmiscouata

Topics.

1913

Coudres.

.18

.G3
F

MARCH

aux

River

and

Valley.

Co.

Foreign elements.

Germans.

National

of the Latin

characteristics

icans.
Amer-

^r""M
ReferVoyages to the Pacific coast (following
F
865.
discovery)
gold
ReferVoyages to the Pacific coast (following
discovery) F 865.
F 1655.
ReferLucayan Indians
in
Add Naval
operations West Indian waters.
ReferSpanish West Indies in the 19th century
F

1783.

attack

on

English capture

of

Ruyter's

Barbados,

1655

Martinique,

1809

F 2041.

F 2081.
F

1655

Add

Antiquities.Lucayan

1783

Add

General

works

in the 19th

on

the

Indians.

Spanish West

Indies

century.

1973

ReferSpanish West

2223

2281

2526

2626

2686

gold
ReferVoj^agesto the Pacific coast (following
discovery) F 865.
Add
.G8
Goajira(Ter.)
ReferPutumayo River and Valley F 3451. P94.
line of Alexander
E 121.
vi
ReferDemarcation
F2916.
ReferGeneral works on Misio lies award
Add U. S. Paraguay expedition,
1858-1859.

227

Indies,1810-1898

1783.

INDEX
References

of

Names

and

index

is

are

others

are

to

the

additions,

221

pp.

regularly broughl

being

index.

very

entered

cities

lew

as

227.

out

have

the

in

or

in

index.

In

department,

the

in

for

tion,
classifica-

numbers

special

special reasons
state
borne
a
by a city and
to
the latter, unless
referring

is

understood

nol

the

name

same

be

to

few

the

where

cases

in

"

"

by

(owns,

entered

scheme

the

and

cities

not

are

preceded

the

is

city

specially

mentioned.

Agriculture:

S.

Abnaki

Indians:

Abolition

of

Acadia

ns

war:

Co.,

Gonzalo

('. F.

Adams,

John:

North)

467.1.A2.

322.

J.

Adams,

Q.

Collected

Collected

302.C

("lay

375.

Co.,

Adams

Co., Ind.

Adams

Co., Ohio:

111.:

I-'

Co., Pa.:
Co.,

Adams

Co., Wis.:

Addicks,

Addison

Co.,
P.

Adet.

A.

war:

(Subdivision

1863:

Am:.-""ct..

1863:

Oct.-Dec.,

1863:

North)

1059.A2.

I7:..:".

Jan.

Apr.,

May

Nov..

Nov.,

reports:
195
.2

537;
under

553
each

)."..

582.

1865:

Mounds:

-\..\r..

185.93. L"

MB

Slaven

229

7"A2"

A3.

178.1.

B
i:

i7";

1866:

Jan..

Indians:

Negroes:

state

number)

L864:

1864

Spanish-American

127..VJ.

UA

L864

June,

Jan.

Mountains:

Adjutant-generals'
Civil

57.A2.

313.

Adirondack

47:.

I!

169.A.

Vt.

587.A2.

Co., Ontario:

Addington

May-Dec.

175.4.

897-A2.

F
F

L863:

157.A2.

Wash.:

J. E.

Jan.-Aug.,

497. A2.

F
F

Jan..

532.A2.
E

Adams

1862

474.7.

475.1.

(North)
Adams

1862:

"""t..

Nov.,

South)

547.A2.

F
:

North

(North)

A2.
i

Adams

May,

474.1.
June

ise,:;:

302-A-

works:

376.

337.8A.

works:

Samuel:

Adams,

with

of bargain

Charges

L862

May.

474.3.

is-!r"-1829:

Administration,

L862:

Mar-June.

(North)

377.

Mar..

321.

302.A.

works:

May.

472.9.

L863:
Collected

1861

Nov.,

(South)

1797-1801:

Administration,

471.52.

473.5.

470.6;

472.8.

1862:

627.A2.

Iowa:

Adams,

North

353.1.A19.

John:

2540.

Sept., 1861

1862:

125.A15.

de:

(South)

3106.

Brazil:

Territory,

Co..

2:i2.A15.

495.

operations:

1861

Jan..
F

Chile:

Aconcagua,
Acosta,

184.A2.

Va.

; E

551

470.7.

States:

1241.

321-335.

Civil

99.A28.

Indians:

Alabama:

.Military

Accomac

Adair

Ahtena

51-99.

3S0.F8.

United

Adair,

4 11).

1036-1039.5.

Louisiana:

Acre

98.A3.

Mexico:

Aguascalientes,

agitation:

slavery

Ameriea:

Aboriginal
Acadia

99.A1.

Indian:

Agriculture.

war:

"
177

it

730

\S.

[NDEX.
claims

Alabama

28"A2

.ix

See

Indians.

Alabama

in-

.li.'IIIS.

Co., Fla.

Alagoas,

Brazil

Co.,

Alamance

Co., Cal.

Alaska

F 901

[ndlans:

Albany

congress, 1764: E195.


Co., N. Y: V L27.A3.
232.A3.

Alexander
aE

line

KIT.l.A.0,.

William

Stirling):

(Lord.

Retrocession

to Virginia: F

with, 1815:

Algeria, War
AJgoma

District.

Alibamu

Indians:

of, 1864.
F 572.
Co., Mich.:
F
:

York:

187.A4.

American

207.A4.

4C7.1.A4.

Allen.

Ira

Allen

Co., Iml.

Allen

Co., Sana
Co., Ohio:

Civil

F
F

{'o., Mich.:

Altgeld, J. P.:

QB

Alton.

military prison:

Andes.

Co..

Amazon

River

Cal.:
:

Andes
616.A4.

Brazil

: V

Amazonas,

Peru:

F 345JLA4.

Ga..

Chile:

2546.

447.A.
:

668.

Valley,
military

Ecuador:

Republic
F

D.

( J.:

prison

3341.A5.

3111.
F
F

tory)
(Terri-

2212.

Republic:
F

Colombia:

230

2S53.

Mountains:

Bolivia

2546.

war

and

Argentine

Argentine

86"A4,

Amazonas,

Civil

River

51.

612.A5.

491-498.

Amador

ship)

after

oh;. a.

Altitudes:

541.A5.

Andersonville.

572A4.

of:

202A5.

-1D7.A4.

201-298.

302.6.A5.

(Slave

Anacostia

tN.A.

S3.775.

Societies

war:

Amnesty,

687.A4.

reau
bu-

college : L 140-159.

Amherst

Amistad

Fisher:

Ames,

532.A4.

2341.

1403.

wars:

Americanists,

gin
ori-

277.

JK

revolution

Indian

278.A4.

Isaac:

Hi.,

American

52.A.

Allen, Jolley: E

Alpena

217.A3.

Valley: F 157.A5.

II. W.

Allerton.

of:

157.A4.

European

republics. International

127.A4.
F

189.

party:

Ethan:
:

of:

loyalists : E

Allen.

I'

society

American

Allen.

55-63.

institutions.

327.

rj7.A-t.-i.

GA

American

111-170.

448.A.

47G.87.

GB

1211.

A3.

Mountains:

Allegheny Co., Pa.:


Allegheny River and

aE

r"'."7.

51-61.

colonization

American
B

71-251.
YK

701-719.

geography

Surveys:

1050.A3.

1798:

laws.

Allatoona, battle

Alleghany

35.

141-143.

521-531.

GB

GB

American

99.A4.

Allegany Co., Md.:


Allegany Co., N. Y.

195.

QE

E 101-1

surveys:
GB

125.V6.

Name:

Rivers:

365.

Ontario:

sedition

and

232A4.

to 1S10

(General)

Physical

CO., Va.:

exploration

Hydrography:

English

199.

surveys:

-Mountains

207.A3.

i:

Alexandria

Allen

of:

186

accounts

Indians

J.

A.

Alexander.

General

and

Geological

121.

Alexander,

New

comprehensive

(Thirteen

Ilydrographic

Demarcation

VI,

317.N8.

11 -Uh.

history

Discovery
257.

951.

islands:

colonies)

1076.

Allegan

Colonial

settlement, Carolina:

Aleutian

Alien

660.

Co., Va.:

Albemarle
Alberta

"""".:

r"-i.

Anthropogeography : GF.
Antiquities: E 51 99.
Cartography: GA 2"H-775.

!"12.P9.

aF

commercial

purchase

war:

169.

.IK

works)

Alaska

Ha.:

(General

015.

Alaska

Albany

l.Mh:

America

78.A3.

i:

Albemarle

Island.

262.A3.

868.A3.

service,Civil

Seized

2541.
C:

SBJSVIA.

i:

bj McGregor, 1817: V 814.


Amendments
to the I tonal hut Ion, 13th

F 317.A i.

Alameda
:

Ambulance
Amelia

Alachua

Roberl

Ambrlster,

7.

Allbamu

22SLA5.
3741. AG.

2S51.

INDEX.
Mountains

Andes

Peru

Venezuela:
Andre.

John:

Arbuthnot,

Archaeological Institute

51.'J.
A.

Androscoggin

River

Indies

Cape. Mass.:

Republic: F 2801 3021


Argonauts; California: F 865.

Co., Nova

Annapolis

Arundel
of

Anniversaries,
War
War

with

Civil

war

Anoka

Co.. Minn.:

Antes,

Henry:

F
:

Anti-masonic

Civil

(U. S.)

Antietam,

battle

Antietam

national

Antigua:

III)

of, 1862:

l'.i'.i.

isci

May-Xov..

1863

"

Antilles, Lesser:

Mounds
474.65.

Negroes:

471. 57.

472A

1863:

Dec,

E474

9.

Jan.-

74.A7.

185.93.A8.

1863:

Colombia:

Antiquities,Indian:
Antofagasta, Chile:

River

Kansas

Annies.

317.A6.

Applegate,

Jesse:

880. A.

campaign,
E 91 93.
Appropriations, Indian:
E 99.A"7.
Arapaho Indians:
Chile:

War

627.A6.

1865:

Appomattox

I'.rilish

Revolution

587.A8.

Wis.:

States:

United

Valley:

and

Co., Iowa

702A7,

aians

Ar

83.88.

Apalachicola River

Appanoose

687A7.

3116.

99.A6.

1883-1886:

Apostles Islands,

F 782A7.

98A.6.

E
F

Valley: F 417A7.

ami

2281.A6.

Oklahoma
Indians:

474.48.

2001-2120.
Colorado

Araucania,

470.9.

Post, Ark., expedition against,

1741-1991.

Arkansas

7s. A 8.

Indians:

Jan..

War,

.'.'.

Feb.-May,

Arkansas

Apache

496.

4:

2035.

Antilles, Cxreater:

Antioquia,

E 474.1.

Vicksburg
campaign,
Aug., 1863.

474.65.

cemetery:

-17o.s

N-.v.. 1862

441-453.

187. W3.

172.:;.

Nov.. 1861-Apr., 1862: 1: 473.1


Apr.-Nov., 1862: E 473.8.

525-527.

York:
E

Creek, Md.

Antietam

713.

IIS

553;

war:

1054. A*;.

473.4.

406-4l'"i.

Military operations

664.AC

movement:

Island:

733.

152. A.

Anti-slavery movements:
Anticosti

78.A7.

Arkansas:

612.A6.

47' I

Sept, 1862 May, 1863:

413.

trouhles, New

Anti-rent

820.

June, 1861-Feb., 1862:

war

Anti-imperialism

99.A8.

war

Indians

Military operations : E

363.

Spanish-American

H.

under

641-645.

B.

Civil

2S5-286.
E

F 3097.3.

Feb.-Sept.. 1862:

Mexico:
:

Sec

806

S.

of 1812:

Arizona:

1S7.A6.

3231
;

Indians:

countries.

U.

Revolution:

question

Arikara

F 1030. A If,.

territory.

of

names

Arica

7.

Scotia

Co., Md.

Annexation

Anthony,

Arica, Peru

72. E

American:

61.

Argentine

20.",:;.

of:

57.

Valley:

and

America:

""f

51. A.

27. A5.

6G4.A5.

83.817A.

Archaeology, Prehistoric

27.A53.

Anguilla, West

Anne

B 473.55.

7.5.

Me.

Alexander:

Archaeological research, Methods

1862:

raid.

Co..

Ann,

472.A5.

Edmund

Angell, J. B.

3126.

2331.A5.

Androscoggin
F

280A5.

railroad

Andros,

1" 3091

Chile:

wars,

Co., Mo.

Andrew
Andrews'

Araucanian

Arauco, Chile:

J. A.

Andrew,

Continued.

"

3451. A.

I77."'"7.

Armies,

Mexican

Armies,
War

23 1

with

17

1898:

665.

359.8.
:

l'A

15 548.

EC
603

r.\

D. S., 1846

Spanish:
of

r.

2"'"7 268.
E

!onfederate

"

3126.

184.A7.

l'.\

of 1812:

Armies,
War

1:

780

725.9.

605,

1848:
"\

[NDEX.
Armies,
"

r.

s.

luiimi

Bpanisb American
mill

Anns

ar

Armstrong,
Armstrong

725.

" ar

"

!o" Pa.

607.

war:

Virginia :

Army

of Dorthern

Army

of Tennessee:

Arm;

""r

Army

of the James:

170.2.

Army

of the Potomac

B 470.2

B 470.5.

Army

of the Tennessee:

Army

of Virginia : E

Army

of West

Co., Me.:

Aroostook

River

and

Aroostook

Art, Indian:

27. A7.

1044.A7.

1621.

627.A8.

232.A9.

392A9.

389.

I) 202.

of:

War

French:

265.

1123.

Venezuela:

Islands.

P.

187.

W 497.A9.

colony in Texas:

ilrs.

17J. \'".

succession,

Aztec

confederation:

of

Articles

Co.,

Tex.:

8822.

( 'o.. Iowa

on:

127 i"

Domingo:

Mo.:

Co..

Menendez

C.

B.

F314.

3451.A9.

259.A.

2333LA9.

de

Feru:

289!

A/ilia:

691.

Santo

Aycock.

98.A7.

Audiencia

of

Ay.icucho.

Arthur, C. A.: E 692.


Administration

Charcas:
Qnatemala

A\

398.

war

of
of

Aves

Valley:

Brunswick:

New

Valley:

Audlenda

Aval

B" 127. F.s.

N. v.:
ami

J. "'. : B 467.1.A89.

Auxiliaries.

27.A7.

1U2.A.

Audlencla

Austrian

236.

Aroostook

River

Austin's

278A7.

Chasm,

Sable

Austin

iTo..",.

1 12.AS.

Auglaize Co., Ohio:


Augusta
Co., Vs.:

B -170.4.

Sable

An

Audubon

170.2.

Virginia

1780:

Treason,

J.:

An

Audrain

170.5.

the Cumberland:

Arnold, Benedict

170.2.

751

William:

Audenrled,

157.A7.

: i

America

south

\.

C\

AtWOOd,

B 98.A65.
r, [ndlnn:
B 802.6.A7.
John:

life,Civil

Army

109.

i:

Co..

Atlantis:

194.

191

of

223 I.

Atlantic

B 859

Mexico:

\\;ii- uiih

Civil war:

coasl

259.

255

i:

of 1812:

War

Atlantic

24 88

DA

club

of

1S47

401.1.

1219.

Aztecs:

Bachiler.

Stephen : F 67.B.
rebellion, Va. : F 229.

303;

130-136.

.IK

Artillery: UF.
Civil

war

Confederate:
Federal

A si i hurt

Indies:

Aslii.y.Turner:

E 495
F

537.

Bahamas:

Ann:

Bailey. J. W.

G04.B2.

Ashland

Co.,

587A.8.

Wis.:

Co., Ohio:

Baker,

Asial lea

Chinese;

Japanese:

entals;
Ori-

Atchison
Athens

Chile:
Co.,
Co..

Atlanta,

Mo.

Ohio:

fill.

F
:

F
1"

battle of. 1864

Atlantic
F

coasl

of

North

470.7.

i:

170.7.

F
Baltimore.

America:

106.

Colony

232

353.1. B2.
120"..

407.1. BIG.

882.B2.

de:

125.B2.

Revolution

20.".

at,

engagement

1861:

472.63.

Baltimore,

Bluff,

197.A8.

campaign, 1864:

Atlanta

407.1.B14.

1441-1457.

of the

I '.all's

172. As.

Balboa, Vasco Nufiea


Ballads

6f"e Syrians.

D.

Co.. Ore?.:

Ballze:

Syrians.

Assyrians.

E.

Baker

184.A8.

aB

241.B.

aE
Bailey, Theodoras:
E
Bainbridge, William:
Mexico:
Baja California.

407.A73.

2553-

Bailey, Mrs.

497.A7.

also

(State)

SOS.

.Manama.

Brazil

467.1.A8.

Co., Ohio:

United States:

1651-1659.

Bahia,

203S.

Ashland

Ashtabula

Bacon's

treaty:

on

546; E 551-582.

192;

Wesl

Aruba,

C.

Calvert.

2d

baron

Calvert.

1st

baron

1S4.B.
O.

1S4.B.
of Avalon

1123.

[NDEX.
00.,

Berkeley Co.,
Pa.

"'""..

V 277.B6.

Va

Co., W

Berkelej
Berka

s. "'.

Co., Maw.

Berkshire

Hills;

|vc,|

Nicaragua
North

Bernard,

Brands

sir

Co., Mich

Berrien

I'nii:

Blddle, Charles:

i:

:'.72.L.

at,

engagement

aud

Biver

G57.B5.

of 1812

War

with

Bigot, Francois:

Bingham

Civil

99.B5.

Bolivia
Brazil:
British

America

British

Guiana
Honduras:

Canada

I'

Uruguay

1420.

West

French

Honduras:

U.

1607.

Cf. note

Individual.

(General)
302.6.

101-135.
Revolution

2405.

S.

1765-1836:

1S11-1S60:

24 15.

1462.7.
1502.7.

234

207.

Loyalists

3705.

Guiana

Guatemala

ir.42.7.

of America:

Guiana

Ecuador

2305.

p. 85.

1755.

Discoverers
Dutch

2255.

Rica
:

27a".

Indies:

Biography,

Cuba

181.

E
F
:

176.1.

182.

3055.

Colombia:

Costa

444.
E

Venezuela

184.

186.96.

Soldiers:

1442.7.

446

89.

Sailors:

2365.

America

Chile:

1005.

183.7.

E
E

Fresidents:

1005.

Slaves:

British

leaders

Negroes:

2505.

Central

2805.

449.

Indians:
F

war

714.5.

Foreigners

3305.

663.

Diplomatists:

17.

Argentine Republic:

403.

467.

415.8.

Anti-slavery
752.B6.

Idaho:

war

Biobio, Chile (Province): F 3136.


Cf. note on p. 85.
Biography, Collected.
America

353.

Mexico:
E

1030.B.

Co.,

339.

Spanish-American
F

Indians:

277.

1845-1870:

1865-

Calaveras:

206.

War

868.C14.

Biloxi

Valley:

forest.

national

tree

187.5.

302.fi.

1811-1860

627.B5.

period

Loyalists:

1407.

176.

Revolution:

457.B5.

Iowa:

Big

States:

172.14.

Sioux

Mi-

220...

America:

1765-1836

1861:

Big Blue Biver, Elans.: F 687.B5.


Big Bandy Etiver and Valley, Ky.
F

L955.

14S2.7.

Colonial

377.B5.

Parish, La.:

Bienville

Big Bethel,

America:

Fnited

de:

Moyne

Bienville, J. B. Le

2665.

3405.

Spanish

353.1.B6.

Biddle, James:

South

L53.B.

B 86.

L562.7.

Salvador:

Berry, EL G.: E 467.135.

68;

1522.7.

Porto Rico:

F 67.B.

F 572.B5.

89.
E

1205.
:

America

Paraguay

B02.B5.

America:

Spanish

Panama

America:

i";i : l' lsi;.".

ma

Va., operations at,

ED 283.W5.

North

2229; etc.

Mexico:

Ck".(N. Max.:

BernaUUo

J:i

72.B5.

revolution:

American

of

72 B6

L689.

1633

Bermndas:

ot

Indians
r

!": I7i;.:,7.

Indians

B I
:

Hundred,

Bermuda

F 247.B5.

WW

Berkshire

EG 58.

Indians:

Bea i V 961.

Bering

Continued.

CnlleHed

Biography.

.!": I'"112.1:1.

N.

278.

340.

War

of 1812:

War

with

Mexico:

353.1.
E

403.1.

ou

INDEX.
Individual

Biography,
U. S.

(General)

1845-1870

Civil

Negroes:

Slaves:

Birney,

D.

Birney,

J. G.

Biscayne
Bitter

B.

Hoot

Co., Iowa
Co.. .Mo.

407.1. B6.

Boone

Co., Nebr.:

340.B6.

Fla.

317.D2.

and

Valley. .Mont.:

aE

415.9.BG.

works:

aE

Black

Hawk

Co., Iowa

Black

Hawk

war,

Black

Hills, S. Dak.

Blackford

1832

Co., Ind.

Bladensburg,
Blaine, J. G.

of. 1814

Blancos,

P.

Island:

Blockade

664.B64.

87.B6.

Blount, William

Blue

Mountain,

Blue

Mountain

Blue

Edmund:

Co., Idaho:
Simon:

F
F

Y.

59.C2.

'.'"

Boxelaer

Boxer

752.B67.
2235.B.

r.cvaca.

"

2281.B6.

2640.

Buyer.

540 559.

.Ml .1:7.

832 m

in

China.

771.
; P 2281

Colombia
J. V.:

B8.

L924.B.

3097.

235

L99.

defeal : B

Braddock'a
Bradford

Bradley
1ss-_'; F

B.
"'"'"".

L25.B7.
: E
Boyl, Bernardo
157.B83.
Boyle Co., Ky.: W

F2331.Br..

controversy:

insurrection

DS

Co., Pa.
Co..

Tenn.

Bradstreet, John

582.

157.B8.

titan: r

c...

545

E 664.B7.

Civil war;

L030.B.

college : LD

Bowdoin

S.

83.76.B
F

I'

Bowdoin, James

147. B7.

is?:)

G.

409.

Jean:

.".75

373

491 -541

Henry:

1569.B6.

FB

Co., Ky.

Boutwell.

687.1'..".

Peru-Boliviana

Chile,

war
war:

Bourbon

3447.
with

p.

359.

Bouquet.

3301-3359.

Confederacion

Military:

Bourdon,

262.B6.

War

127.A2.

217. P.6.

(Slate)

(State)

Territory

782.B8.

battle of, 1777:

of 1812:

Civil

187.W.",.

Bolivar, Venezuela
:

241.B76.

Mexican

457.B6.

Acre

Y.

302.6.B7.

Colo.

Co..

War

Bolivar, Colombia
Bolivia

N.

Of. note "q" on


Canada
(General) : r 1027.
U. S. (General) : E 179.5.

Civil

187.03.

DA

L'15.7.

Townships."

Brook,

Bounties,

American:

215.8.
E

127.TC.

Boulder

!"S.CL".

Manor:

Bolivar,

Toro, Panama:

del

Bohun,
Boise

Aboriginal

I'.oats, Indian:
Boras

tea-party:

Boudinot, Ellas:

Carolina:

Bohemia

port bill: E

Boston

N.

Lake,

Valley, Kans.

Boats,

Boston

150.

215.4.

12S.G8.B6.

Mountains:

Ridge

North

Blue

Md.

case:

massacre:

Bound

x"".

231.

Burns

Ten

81

73.

Boston

332.B6.

E 470.45.

392.B6.

685.

L865:

Boundaries.

457.5.

Tex.:

Mass.

running.

region, Ky.

grass

Indian:

686.

302.6.B6.

Co., Ala.

Blount

356.B5.

2726.

N. Y.

Bloomingdale,

Blue

warfare.

600.

r :

wa

Border

"Boston

blockade

and

1861

Anthony

157.1:.-).

Uruguay:

R.

Bland,
Block

Foreign policy, 1881 : E


lir".r".B63.
Blair, F. P.: aE
Co., Pa.:

warfare.

83.S3.

6G4.B6.

Border

Siege, 1775-177G:

532.B5.

battle

672.B6.

ruffians,Kans.:

Boston,

657.B6.

.). W.

627.BG.
E

472.B6.

Booth,

Bosque Co.,

627.B67.

Border

415.6.B.
:

532.B6.

1054.B6.

417.B6.

F
F

467.1.B7.

Co., Ark.:
Co., Ind.:

Boone

57.R9.

454.B.

Boone

144.

547.B6.

737.BG.

Collected

Blair

Boone

Boone

River

Black, J. S.

Co., 111.: F

186.87.

Bay,

war

714. (i.

Vt.

Co., Qnebec

Boomer, G. B.
Boone, Daniel

6G4.

Spanish-American

Lake.

venture

Bond

407.1.

E
E

Bomoseen,
Bona

415.9.

war:

1865-

Continued.

"

Continued.

"

:
:

157.B76.

V
F

II.".B8.

1993.

L900

INDKX.
Brownlow,

h Co., Ml

lywlne, bottle of, 1777


1

157.B9.

1812:
Bruce

I 627.B8.

William

68.B.

ite

afmy

B47.5.

Brigades, 1". S, army


"it inn

civil

i: "J.V.i.

Spanish-American
Brighton,

Muss.

D. C.

Brightwood,

"

""-t..

Bristol Parish, Va.:

232.B8.

America
States:

United

Wisconsin:

2239.B8.

aE

184.B8.

Great

expedition, 1741:

Cartagena
I' "_J7J.r".

British Columbia
Indians:
British
"

B9.

7"

Guiana

L086-1089.5.

2361-2391.

lyapok settlement
Honduras:

British

North

America

British

West

indies:

Brock, sir

W.

472.B9.
232.B94.

Bronx,

Borough

Brooke

Co..

Brooks, John

P.

Sumner:

of

Broome

Co.,

i:. ";.:

Brown,

George:

Brown,

Jacob:

V. : F

Co., Kans.

on

Senator

Brown

Co..

Brown

university
E

127.B8.

im

Run,
Kim

battle, 1861

2d

battle,1862:

472.1^.

-17:5.77.

1861

July.

172JL8.
B.:

it.

291.B.

engagement

Ferry,

1780:

at,

241.B87.
Hill, battle

Bureau

Co..

E 355.6.

of
1

of. 177.1:

241.B9.

republics:

American

the

547.B8.

111.: F

103.

Tristam:

Co..

X.

P.:

T.

Anthony

Burnside,
Purr.

340.B9.

A.

J.:

F. : E

MU.B9.

450.
467.1.B8.

302.6.B9.

Aaron:

584.B.

Conspiracy, 1805-1807 : E 334.


Burrington, George: F 257.B.

497.B8
I.l" "\-^)

1st

Bunker

Burns,
:

2861

587.B9.

Wis.:

406.B9.

672.B85.

campaign,

Burnett,

68738.

F
F

Bull
Bull

Burlington

353.1.B9.

Ohio:

Co..

67.LB8,
Burgoyne, John:
Campaign of 1777: F 233.
F r"42.B9.
Burleigh Co., N. Dak.:

1032.B.

Buffalo

DA

451.

Brown

(Province):

Co., Nebr.:

415.9.B87.
F

Aires

Buffalo

Surges,

assault

Buenos

Bureau

F 69.B.

N.

(City)

Run,

3001.

Aires

128.68.B8.

F 2048.

Indies:

Buenos

247.B8.

aF

campaign,

Brown, John

war:

the:

153.

467J.JB78.

battle of. isi::

Vista,

::i"".ps.

1054.B8.

499.B.

157.B"

1838:
E

mi.;

A.:

Ayre, West

Bull's

134.8.

Brown,

C.

D.

1 '.nilo,k.

415.9.B84.

Va.:

s. :

Niagara

F 2131.

war.

Buell,

353.1.B8.

Co., Quebec:

W.

Buckshot

Ohio:

Pa.:

Co..

1001-1199.

II.: B

Brome

W.

[saac:

Broderick, I". C:

l!rc"nUs.

1 141-1457.

Brockenbrough,

Civil

Lake.

436.

Co., Va.:

Bull

2461.

British

1861

337.8.B.

Co., Mo.:

Buena

Britain.

137.

1857

Buchanan

Buen

590.B8.

also

British

Buchanan

Bucks

South

232.B92.

works:

Buckingham,

British

232.B9.

2161.

.James

Buckeye

F 72.B8.

Collected
L863

2S2.B9.

Va.:

Administration,

i,

i:

Bristol Co., Mass.

Bryan,

"'.

J.: E 664.B87.

Buchanan,

!-'".'.',.

202.B8.

Va., campaign,

Bristoe,

war:

F 74.B73.

N.

Va.:

Buccaneers:

498.5.

i:

war:

Co..

Co..
Parish,

1059.B95.

Brunswick

W.

649.

Butler, P. F.

54138,

Goveruuiout

230

.".,

1030.13.

Brunswick

Bruton

of, Aug,

356.B8.

Ontario:

Co..

Brute, Etienne:
Brewster,

1863:

at.

Mich., battle

Brownstown,

Ky.

....

"

Bkirmlsfa

175.92.

i:

2650.

Bremer

Ferry,

B9.

U5J

i;

";.:

\v.

Brown's

L67.C4.

I':'.: F

i.in.iyw in.- Creek,

241.B8.

of

467.1.B8T.
Louisiana:

510.

INDEX.
0.

W.

Butler.

Co., Ala.:

Butler

Co..

Butler

Co., Nebr.

Butler

Co..

Butler

Co., Pa.:

Butler's

403.1.B9.

Butler

Iowa

Ohio

Co., Cal.

Butte

Valley.

Butterfield,
Buzzards

!"'

627.B9.

Cambria

Co., Pa.: F 157.C16.

(J72.B9.

Camden.

Ark.,

497.B9.

L57.B83.

868.S6.

467.1.B9.

Daniel:

region:

Cabot, George:
Cabot,

Cadwalader,
Cahaba,

Co..

Caledonia

C.

Collected

Calhoun

Co..

California

57. " '2.

1219.

of,

Spanish-American
Indians:

of:

California,

Lower.

California.

Southern:
column.

redwood

Callaway
Calvert

war:

83

726.

L246.

River

Co.,

Mo.:

1033.

470.95.

HF

!". 92.

17::l'.c2.
1 77" '.:

1 77T"

231,

1060.

Valley:

70S

802.C2.

City:

1 li*" ".

Indian

Canoes,
Canyon

"67.

of

Cape

Aim.

Cape

Breton

Cod

Cape

Fear

172.C3.

Cape

May

587.C2.

Cape

473.46.

Cal.:

L28.9.C2.

"

'anadlans.

Nome

287

River:

788.

752.02.

mF

tlm:7.

Island
F

E 59.02

im':-.

Idaho:

L039."

l"

72

Bay:

72.03.

Co..

\.

262

River:

.7.: F

region,

Capital, National

1^7."ir".

Colorado

Co..

Cape

French

Canby, E. R S.: E 467.1.C2.


Canoes, Aboriginal American:

Cape

park.

Wis.:

Co., Md.

Vork

New

868. S3.

Co.,

216.

359.5.C2.

and

Mexico:

Cod:

L862:

California

Canadian

\lso

.Mexico:

California

263.C2.

SOUgbt

relations:
with

invasion.

Cafion
F

1044.C2.

_".

Northwesl

7S.C15.

California, Gulf

War

in

1H7.

war:

1251.

Canadians

1847-1865:

wars.

7v"

Canadian

New

in : E

Canadian

072.CJ.

question

!onfederates

405.2.

Mexico:
Indian

856-870.

1814:

of,

359.8.

Government

337.8.C.

Reciprocity

547.C15.

Mich.

Occupation

1812:

of

Indians

340.015.

Civil

"

I 2

battle

aid

Annexation

:;77.( "_'.

472.C2.

111.:

Co..

works:

Calhoun

War

868.C16.

La.:

.Mo.:

Co., Vt.
J.

207.C3.

revolution

Canadian
fore

717.

1001-1199.

Tr" ops

alendar, Mexican

Calhoun.

Island
F

1.
Cal.:

Parish.

Caldwell

Calumel

Canada

national

war:

Mexico

Campobello

1059.T9.

tree

Co..

Calcasieu

"

207.C2.

868.C3

VTS

356.C2.

American

big

Calaveras

405.

17'.

island,

Campecbe,

125.C12.

355.

125

Co., K.\. : F 451

612.02.

Calaveras

239.

Campbell's

125.C11.

John:

Island:

230

William:

Campbell

Ala., military prison:

Caicos

a.:

ISO Wars.

Campbell,

129.C1.

J. 11. : E

Cabrillo.

See

:".02.6.C11.

Cabot, Sebastian:
Cabral, P.

Vaca.

de

129.C1.

Jehu:

L57.C18.

Spanish-American

Cabeza

Nunez

Sec

1 12.CH;.

war

Vaz:

war:

Vaca.

U5.9.C18.

1812:

of

Mexican

de

Pedro

Revolution
War

Cabeza

Pa.

Co..

Caminha,
Campaigns

72.B9.

J.

Simon

Cameron

N.

Co..

Cameron,

868.B8.

expedition, 1864

476.35.

Camden

277.6.B9.

Cal.:

Bay

Maryland:

of

CI

:
:

proprietors

!"

rangers:

Butte

Culverts,

332.B9.

Alaska

I-'

KH

12.C2.
:

B8

'"'!

i\i)i:x.

building, Washington

inp|to!

Carolina

Catholic

orders,

Now

"

Co., Pa.

F 2001.

[ndians:
Sea

tarlbbean

G.

Dorchester,

See

Guy.

Carleton,

2171.

F 2161

research

97.5.C2.

England

Now

York

Dnited

Catsklll

""

Carolana

Una, Original province oJ :


of
the,
Carolinas, Campaign

Cautin,

1865:

( 'ivil

Burning of the: F

"Caroline,"

Anna

Carroll.

Charles:

Co.,

11

Cam.

Carroll

Co., 111.: F 547.C2.

Carroll

Co..

fad.: F 532.C3.

Carroll

Co..

Io\\;i

Co.,

Carroll

Carteret,

Cartier, G. E.:

Cecil

Carver, Jonathan

Creek, battle

Cedar

Lake,

Iowa:

Bay:

M.

Cedar

"'ass

Co., 111.

Cass

Co., I nd.

Yrujo

Tac6n,

Co.,

[owa

cass

Castle

Island.

of

Indian

125.04.

Central

404.

98.03.

America:

672.C3.
F

El

J3.68.C3.

Chaliner's

Republic:

Gran:

Bay:

raid

Chamberlain,

238

of:

727.

3072.

Republic

tory
(Terri-

2""7r..

northern

2871.

625.

2876.

Boreal, El:

Chaleurs

Ios:

de

Argentine
:

157.C3.

tleet. destruction

El.

chaco.
cha.o

1421-1.r"77.

Pa.:

572.03.

1W.

exposition.

Co..

Chaco,

627.C3.

Mass.:

1G0.

interments

Cesares, Ciudad

G41.

National:

Cervera's

532.C4.

517.

expedition. 1740:

war:

Centre

Catamarca, Argentine
F

547.C3.

Co., Nebr.:

of, 1862:

battle

313.

]"
:

Co., Mich.

142.M8.

473.76.

Census.

340.C3.

Cemeteries

27.C9.

"

477.33.

1058.C.

de las:

i:

J.

Mountain,
E

Mil.

Lewis:

";i"7.C4.
of. lsr"4:

597.C.

de

do

X.

Centennial

Casco

1K7.C3.

545.C.
F

aF

Cases, Bartolome
F

2556.

: F

Cedar

Rolls

Tracts:

00.C32.

Cedar

Civil

marques

Co..

Cemeteries.
C.

127.052.

Y.

83.84.

Celoron's

Peter:

Yrujo.

X.

L033.C.

Cartwright, Richard:
Casa

00.C3.

Co.. Md.:

L37.C.

Cartier, Jacques: E 133.C3.


Cartwright,

Lake.
Indians:

1891.03.

127. "'.-,.

592.6.

George:

s:r

Cayuga
War

Siege of: F 2272.5.

Cartagena,

Indians:

Cayuse

197.02.

Christopher:

Carson.

Jamaica:

Y.

X.

"A-7"^2.

495-537.

F 42.C3.

Co., Ohio:

11

earn.

492;

Islands,

Co.,

546;

F
E

Ceara, Brazil

627.C25.

B.:

N.

war

Cayuga
Cayuga

472.0.

F 417.C4.

Ark..

2281.03.

of. 1814:

3141.

302.6.C3.

".

UE.

Cayman

E., Claim:

Carroll,

"

1 ut."

356.C3.

Federal

664.C29.

H.:

arpenter, M.

(State):

Confederate:

232.C2.

Co., Va.:

Caroline
"

Y.

1032.

187.C2.

Co., Md.:

Caroline

Co.,

Chile:

Cavalry:

i: 177.7.

127.03.

F
N.

Field, battle
i:

272.

269.03.

Colombia

F 272.

grant, 1629:

184.03.

Mountains:

Cauca,

175. i."'""".

1080.

128.9.C3.

States:

Caulk's
"

08.

15.02.

City:

Cattaraugus

cal
/""/"/.of histori-

Institution.

Carnegie

1085.08.
550.03.

Revolution

school:

Carlisle, Pa., Indian

New

!arleton, baron.

"

277.

Prance:

Illinois:

157.(12

262.03.

'athollcs
Canada

87.

86

[ndians:

Captivitiesamong
Carib

169.

i:

Cnrbon

works)

Collected

Valley:

and

North

204

Capitols,State

River

Catawba

2691.G4.

1044.04
in

western

Miss..
D.

H.

Tenn.

ISC,:1,: E
F

274. C.

and
475.8S.

INDEX.
Chambers.

John:

621.C.

Champaign

Co., 111. : F

Champaign

Co., Ohio:

Champion's
E

of, 1803:

Vermont

de:

1908:

Lake,

Champlain,

1030.1.
1030.1.
F

region:

57.C4.

Co..

Chemung

River

Zachariah:

Cal.

Islands.

Chantilly, battle

of,

Audiencia

Charleston, S. C.
at

17S0

Siege,

232.C3.

Chester

475.62.

in,

in.

Operations
E

and

isc,4

about.

Mass.:

Co., N. Y.

Charlotte
Charlotte

Co., Va.
S. P.:

Columbus,

Ohio

battle

of, 1813:

Chateauguay,

1.

Chattahoochee
F

C.

River

Chattanooga
tions.

region.
1861

Military

lsr,.-.: E

Chattanooga-Ringgold

Indians:

Chickasaw

N.

1863

t.
:

230

i:

105. 1.

98.C5.

3285.

3051

Argentine

Republic:

2851.
school

97.6.C4,
.".I16.

chile:
W.

P.:

326.C.

B 98.C66.

Indians:

York

83.739.

1261.

'hinese

United

S02.C5.

627.C5,

1039.C5.

!hilocco, " "kla., Indian

New

127.C7.

; F

Indian

California

127. C7.

E 475.81.

national

1739-1740:

war,

Ohimarlko
(

Mex.

Chilton.

470.5.

v.:

1863:

E99.C55.

campaign

Chime,

opera

campaign,

x.
x.

Iowa

Isthmus:
:

I7.V.I7.

Chautauqua, Lake
Chautauqua Co.,
Co.,

Chickasaw

175.81.

846.C4.

li.x

:;:,(;."":,::.

175.81

E
Co..

E 473.59.

s:;":r,.

1219.

Boundaries,

Chattanooga, attack on, 1862:


Chattanooga national park : B

aE

exposition:

Chickasaw

317.J2.

campaign,

332. C4.

Florida

riot:

square

Chile:

292.C4.

Alabama

687.CS,

1256.

Chickamauga

Children,

Valley:

and

Columbian

chihuahua

262.C4.

5.

.",00.

Chihuahua

Co., N.

ls7."

99.C53.

Is7r.

1812:

ChignectO

356.C4.

E
Chatham

'

8 1 "";:

Ms.

park:

E 616.1

42.C5.

F.

Chichimecs:

127.W3.

232.C4.

H5.9.C4.

Camp,

Chickamauga-4 ihattanooga

74.C4.

467.1.C52.

Kans.

Mexico:

World's

177c

massacre,

157.C4.

outbreak.

in

Charlestown,

L.

Haymarket

476.41.

83.759.

II.: F

Fa.:

Cheyenne

475.68.

572.M14.

232.C43.

Cheyenne

Sept. 7-8, isti.".:

F 587.A"

region:

X.

Massacre.

Engagement

'7."..

L.'7." '7"',.

expedition,

Indians:

Apr. 7, 1863:

Y..

X.

Co.,

473.96.

A.

Chicago:

"

]": '.t'.i.i
8

Cheyenne

Chiapas,

471.1.

Mich.:

Lay

Co..

Y.

Pay

Co..

S. C.

1S";1

127.

355.4.

Chetlain.

241.C4.

Harbor,

Engagement

F 279.C4.

aE

Sumter.

Cheshire

affair : E 357.3.

Virginia:

3322.

F 272.

Siego, 1863:
Charleston

g.

241.C5.

Chesapeake

473.77.

of:

City Co., Va.:

Settlement

Valley,

868.S232.

1S62

T_'7." !72.

L759-1761

Chesapeake

664.C4.

l.""7.":;7.

Indians:
war,

27S.C4.

v"7."

Lay. Wis.:

Chesapeake

Chandler,

Charles

iherokee

cherry

John

Charcas,

Islands.

Valley:

572.C5.

and

Co., X.

Cherokee

475.35.

Y.

Cheneaux

1863:

campaign,

Chandler,
Channel

X.

Chenango

1909:

tercentenary,

Lake,

Chancellorsville

Chaves

Chemung

Chequamegou

127. Cf".

127.C6.

Co., Mich.:
Co.. Wash.:

Pennsylvania

Samuel

Champlain,

Chase,

497.C4.

Hill, battle

Tercentenary,

Chase.

Chehalis

475.26.

Champlain,

Fort

Cheboygan

547.04.

870.C5,

City:

states

12"9.C"

EG 184.06,

[NDEX.
(

Continued.

claims

of Amei

dlwovery

ihlneae

Civil

tndlun

Chinook

land

Clamorgan

Valley, Wis.

and

River

Chlpiiewa

Clarendon

Chlrlqul, Panama
Chlriqol Lagoon,
Chitlmacha

1569.C5.

[ndlans:

Co., Vt

Chittenden

Choctaw

52." !.

Clark, Q. R.:

"

737.C5.

Co., Mont.

Christian

commission:

Christian

Co., III.: P 547.C5.


riol

Argentine

Churches,

war.

1863

HJ

Revenue

and

of:
war

Clackamas
"me,

Claiborne

202.1.

of

93.

bargain

S.

456-655.

2d
Cliff

2371.

HJ

547.C55.

532.06.

National

association

621.

Co., "

"r. : F

William:
Parish,

F
La.:

882.C5.

462.

290.C.

415.9.06.

Revolution;

Co., Colo.:
Co., Fa.

Grover:

dwellings in America
T.

De

Clinton.

George:

Clinton.

James:

2n7."

02.

."47.C57.
F

Iowa

Clinton

Co..

N.

Clinton

Co..

Ohio:

Clinton

Co.. Pa.:

240

302.6.C6.

111.: F

Kans.

340.065.

Mich.:

Co..

415.9.06a

Witt:

Co..

696.
706.

78.S7.

L.

Clinton.

Cloud

E
F

Co..

097.
:

administration:

Co..

377.C6.

497.053.

administration

Y.

F
:

F
F
; F

143S.

782.06.

23.C.

157.C53.

'Clinton'

Claims

1850:

627.056.

Clinton

184.

672.06.

George:

"Clinton

veterans, Societies:

627.C54.

Co., Ohio:

Clingman,

214.

337.8.C.

treaty.

Southwest:

taxation:

Adams:

123.

Iowa:

Creek

1st

251.

nurses.

ai:

Co..

Cleveland.

681-699.

with

works:

bill : E

Co., Ind.:

Cleve.

897.06.

340.06.

375.

Clermont

3072.

JK

1865:

Co., Wash.:
Henry:

Clearfield

202.2.

description: E 167.

and

war

HF3027.6.

Finance:

South:

the

E 91

reform:

Commerce:

Travel

232.C5.

Clear

of the

los Cesares:

Civil

Clayton. J. M.

340.C5.

Citizenship, Indian:
de

Co., V"a. :

Clayton

Cincinnati, Daughters

Civil

eastward:

the

to

Cincinnati, Society of

service

332.C6.

Clarke

Clayton-Bulwer

Cilley, Jonathan:

Ciudad

Clayton. A.

799.

civil

Co., Ala.:

Clay Co., Nebr.:

197.

a:

Clark.-

clay

185.7.

497.05.

Clay Co., Iowa:

expedition

Co.,

r.:i2.

P 587.C6.

Wis.:

Clay Co., 111.:

269.C5.

Negro:

Church's

Civil

28

of England

Revolution:

Co., Ohio:

Collected

3341.C6.

234.

Illinois:

expedition: F

ciark-

Omnibus

to the

Clark

Republic:

Bolivia

Chuquisaca,

207.C5.

ami

Charge
174.5.

664.C49.

Clark

1924.C.

468.3.

war:

1.6.C5.

71

Co., Ind.: r 532.05.

Clay.

278.C5.
P

V TBI.

157.C"

Clark

Clarke

of D. S. history: E

Chronology

Church

B635.TJ.

450.

Christophe, Henri

Chubut,

Christie, James:

Civil

Gro

des

Chouteau

Christiana

Lewis

337.8.C.

Ifo. :

and

William

Clark,

106QJ.C.

!":.:

Expedition

""

sieur

M"dard,

Hers:

99

Indians:

Chouart,

Champ:

works:

Collected

c.

ciark.

340.C4.

Rufus:

Choate,

Clark,

1569.B6.

Co., Pa.:

99.C7.

Ark.

settlement, Carolina:

larion

i:

Panama

Chittenden, Thomas:

grant,

U7.C5.

98.C58.

Indians:

Indians:

Chippewa

180.

war:

627.C6.
572.07.
V27.C77.
407.C55.

157.06.
0S7.C6.

61.

INDI.X.

land

"

109,

i:

i: n25.
Hospitals:

\:,v.\

cabal

onway

Cooch'a

Blaverj

sympathizers In the

Confederate
North

340.C7.

i:

looper, James

aF

Co., Mo.

Cooper

158.8.

at,

Co., III.: F 547.C7.

Cook

Skirmish

Del.,

241.C78.

P.:

('..ok. D.

811.

Prison

war:

H 255.

Bridge,

1777:

B06.

i:

Civil

E iso.

vessels In Eng

of vnt

Construction

Government,

Contracts,

Contd.

Statei of America

Confederate

L53." !.
I72.C7.

"

ionfederate

memorial

ciation:
asso-

of:

Articles

Confederation,

303;

136.

L30

Revolution

1826:

Revolution:
Western

Civil

ceded, 1787:

lands

war:

Spanish-American
claims

309.

C.

of 1780-1781
1781:

Vasquez

Confederate

army:

Negroes:

185.93.C7.

U. S. army:

Slavery:

445.C7.

Reserve

[cut Core

:
:

Vermont

57.C7.

David:

Connolly, John

Conococheague
]'

278.C7.

Creek

Maryland

Constitution
15th

303; JK

Contra

Corwin,

Thomas:

Co.,

de

JK

war:

war:

545.

party:

congress,

JK

Count

169.
2391 .C,

1774-I7^s:

.1

125,08.
4P7.C7.

aux

for New

98.C8.
aF

1054.18.

England
:

In Mass.

Ford,

782.C8.

F
E

Indian:

Grants

Cowpens,

242

Ohio:

In Conn.

868.C76.

337."C.
392.08.

1541-1557.

Isle

127.CS5.

Grants

Cowan's

L033.

Costa Co., Cal. : F


txabands"
: E 453.

nine.

Coudres,
JK

2891.

340.C76.

Costilla Co., Colo.:


Cost

458.8.

399.

amendments:

1031

491

Co.,

Rica

Costa

la:

1230.
F

Tex.:

125.C7.

N. Y.

works:

Cosa, Juan

Valley:

isT.W:1,.

9titutional union
Continental

Co..

Coshocton

onspiracies, Civil

l:

and

157.F8

Vaz:

Hernando:

Cortland

Coryell

committees

Argentine Republic

Collected

403.1.C7.

Conscription, Civil

13th

42.065.

4P2.9.

Colonial

Corte-Real, JoSo
Cortes.

547.1.

216.

Corrientes.

F12.C7.

72.07.

Hampshire:

Conner,

of:

Valley:

Correspondence,

497.W5.

157. W9.

102.C7.

Massachusetts:
New

493.1.

d'Afrique:

Corps

Riverand
:

Viisquez

Corps

Connecticut

See

de.

Coronado.

7S.C7.

Connecticut

2::"".-237.

241.T6.

Western

marquis:

1st

Surrender.

de

474.44.

506.C8.

Indians:

Connect

"

C.

278.C8.

Campaigns

Coronado,

1' 157. W9.

473.56,

of, Oct. 1863:

726.C7.

ince)
(Prov-

349.C8.

F
E

Samuel:

Pennsylvania:

war:

northeast

in

499.

Republic

3161.

Miss.:

aDA

263.C5.

912.07.

2886.

Cornwallis.

105.

F 91

458.8.

Argentine
F

Cornell.

F 157.C77.

Lake, Pa.:

Cpnneaul

Copperheads:
" loquimbo, chile

Battle

664.C75.

F 882.C7.

region. Alaska

Siege, 1862;

1404.

277.B5.

I-' 42.C7.

II.:

N.

River

Corinth.

480.

Roscoe:

Connecticut

Co., Oreg.:

of Panama,

Conkling,

Coos

277.

V.

wav.

Congress

Co.,

Cordova.

Confiscations

civil

River, S. C:

Coos

Copper

483.72.

"

Coi

183.2.

southern

Confederated

JK

association of

veteran

Kentucky

battle

7.

97.
'".7.

of, 1781:

241.08.
battle

of, 17S1

241.09.

INDEX.
Cox, J. D.
Cox, S. S.

664.C78.

Cumberland
67.C.

Island, Quebec:

1054.C8.

L862:

of, 1813:

Island, battle

Craney

356.C8.

Crater, Petersburg, 1S64


Lake

Crater
F

Cumberland

Mountains:
River

Tennessee

882.C8.

Crawford,
Crawford,

J. W.

Crawford,

William

Region

340.CS9.

AY. II.: E

1782:

campaign,

Indian

154.C.

aF

532.C8.

Crawford

Co., Ind.

Crawford

Co., Iowa:

627.C8.

Crawford

Co., Ohio:

497.C8.

Co., Pa.

Crawford
Crawford
Credit

Indians:

Creek

war,

Creek

war,

2d, 1836

(Slave ship)

Financial

326.C.

447.

David:

Croghau,

George:

Crook, George

3711-3S40.

99.C91.

353.1.C8.

Indian

of

467.1.C97.

Custer

Co., Mont.
"'o.. Nebr.

Custer

Co., S. Dak.

the,

737.C9.

672.C9.

Co., Ohio:

657.C9.

497.C9.

3451.C9.

711.9.

I I

1778

99.C92.

Point, French

Dakota

Indian

and

Dakota

war

Indian

1712:

Crystal park,

Colo.:

Cuba:

Cuban

campaign,

I lakota

372.

782.E3.

Co., Ala.

: F

717.1.

Co., III.:

Cumberland

Co., Me.

Cumberland

Co., N. J.:

Cumberland

Co.,

Pa.:

Indian

I "akota

Indian
i:

157.C8.

243

war.

is:,:, is.-,,;

war.

1862

\^"-

war.

1863

1890

war.

83 sir,.

)s;n

99.1 'I

Indians:

Dakota

Territory, 1861

Dale.

12.C9.

i: 47C.27.

612.D2.

B3.89.

war:

Indians

27.C9.

Dakota

Civil

547.C9.

83.86.

Dakota

S32.C9.

Culpeper Co., \'a. : F 232.C9.


Culture, Indian : F 98.C9.
of the: B 470.5.
Cumberland, Army
Cumberland

Indian
i:

L751-1849.
1898

.".17.D2.

83.854.

monopoly,

Minn.

Co..

199.

Crozat's

Fla.:

Co..

Dahlgren, J. A. : E 167.1.D13.
Dahlgren, Dlric; Raid, 1864 :

737.C8.

Cullman

wi7

415.9.C96.

Custer

Mont.:

reservation,

Indians:

Crown

122.1.C.

241. C94.

Crow

22si.cft.

Curwen, Samuel : E 278." !9.


Cushing, Caleb : E H5.9.C98.
Cushing, W. P.: B 4C7.1. c.is.
Custer, G. A.: E 467.1.C99.

Dade
Trow

83.S66.C.

Billet, battle

Crooked

R.:

S.

157. C9.

534.

Cuyo: F 2911.
Cuzco, Peru :
CzolgOSZ, Leon

436.C.

356.C8.

van:

529

Cuyahoga

340.C9.

B
E

Indians:

Crockett,

380.C9.

IIP

Crittenden, J. J.

83.836.

185.65.

Negro:

Crises.

83.813.

Creoles, Louisiana:

Croatan

Curtis.

BE

170.5.

157.C85.

Curtis, B. R.

0D.C9.

Anderson:

Crime.

HG

4071. A3.

442.2.

iurrency question, 1893

587.C8.

HG

1st, 1813-1814:

Crenshaw.
Creole

157.C77.

Wis.:

Co.,

mobilier:

Creek

road

Curler, Arent
(

June,

Cumberland
Valley, Pa. :
Colombia:
Cundlnamarca,
F
2049.
Curagao:
Curico, Cbile: F 3166.

238.

157.C9.

of:

.Mar.

457.C8.

F
:

( iumberland

Sept-

Valley

and

.Military operations:
Kentucky:

of.

473.52.

i;

Cumberland
470.04.

: E

park, Oreg.

national

Gap, evacuation

Oct, 1862: F 474.38.


Cumberland
Gap campaign,

664.C8.

Mathewr.F

Cradock,
Crane

:
:

L889

530

78.S63.

Richard:

Dallas,

A.

.1.: E

Dallas.

G.

M.:

i: :;.:;. D

302.6.D1
E

340.D14.

I.

I'

656.

[NDEX.
rhillaa Co

Decatur, Stephen, jr. : E 868. LD29.


Decatur
Oo., End. i I' 682.D2.

i 'i i

i"v.
.

I tllllcs of

58T.W8.

til.'

1846

U6.4.D".

R. H

Dana,

Collected trofin

Danbury, Conn.

Deer

241.D2.

i:

Co.,

Danes,

W.:

.1.

Danish

De

Lancey,

22S1.D2.

Civil

277.D2.
revolution:

Daughters
i:

of

confederacy,

the

inited:

is::.r,.

oi

Daughters

founders

the

and

Daughters

Co., Pa.: F

Dauphin
Dauphin

Co., ill.:
Ky.

('. II.: E

Davis.

George:

Davis.

II. W.

Davis.

Jefferson:

Delaware

Co., Ohio:

Delaware

Co., Pa.:

157.D3.

Delaware

Indians:

99.D2.

Delaware

River:

and

capture

Davis

CO.,

Davis

06., Kans.

Dayton,
Dead

Iowa

\Y.

River

Dearborn.

:
:

1S13:

Death

E
E

27.D2.

Del

Valley. Cal.:

868.16.

Debsconeag Lake region, Me.: F


Decatur, Stephen, sr. : E 823.1).

244

167.

157.D5.

142.W2.

of

868.D4.
Alexander

VI'

121.
:

23S3.

.TK

party:

Denison.

Daniel

Denmark

Colonies
27.1'.".

167.

Valley: F 106.

Gap:

line

Democratic

P 632JD3"

157.D4.

Co., Cal.

Demerara

1812:

127.D4.
:

Jersey:

Norte

on

142.D4.

Water

aE

355.4.

106.

on:

Demarcation

366.C53.
:

York:

:;."".".2.

Fort, massacre,
Co., ind.

New

497.D3.

172.D4.

Jersey:

New
V

302.6.158.

New

Delaware

415.9."27.

and

Pennsylvania

t;s:7.G3.

Valley, Me.:

Campaigns.

Dearborn

C.27.D2.

1 1.Miry

Delaware
4*7.

E 477.98.

L.:

1812:

and

Campaign,
Dearborn,

of

127.D3.

River

627.D3.

Y.

counties

Lower

4G7.1.D26.

settlements

Delaware

C. S. A.:

532.D3.

Co., N.

Swedish

Ind.

Co., Iowa

U6.9.B26.

Administration.

142.D3.

Delaware

258.D.

Jersey:

Delaware

4G7.1.D24.

172.D3.
F

Delaware

332.M6.

4.TT.D3.

region
F

Delaware:

106.

Co..

547. J6.

Davis.

Pursuit

Port, military prison:


616.D3.

Bay

Co., Tenn. : F 443.D2.


Davie, W. B,: B 302.6.D2.
Co..

445.D3.

Bay

Davidson

Daviess

Slavery:

Delaware

10 202.6.

157.D2.

Ala.:

Island.

Daviess

78.1)3.

New

Of the revolution:

500.

Delaware

triots:
pa-

122.D.

263.D3.

E
E

1SG.8.

17."..

Indians:

862.2.

472.D3.

161

war:

Delaware.

6t the Cincinnati:

Daughters

Kalh.
547.D3.

James:

Revolution:

-i'.i7.D2.

202.5.

i:

See

197.

72.F8.

Co., Mo.:

Delaware:

Indians:

River:

Kalh

Co., s. c. : F
of the American

Daughters

by

lo|4.D3.

7I.DI.

De

Co., Ohio:

Darlington

Co., Ill : F

Darlen, Scots' colony:


Darke

Mass.

Kalb

F 6138.

L87.H2.
F

De

612.D2.

i:

B.

!":467.1.D18.

V*a.,military prison:

Danville.

N.

i "e k.i id. Jean.

Indies:

Wesl

I : '1'1\ ;

642.

I \ W

B 664.D18.

.1. M.:

Daniels.

Island.

Deerfleld

Scandinavians.

sr,

Daniel,

Destruction

587.DB.

is .:

Cteek.

Deerfleld,

B 98.D2.

Indian:

Dances,
Dane

Deer

bj tfce British, ittt:

Burning

Ion day

I "ecora1

128.

.IK

UK6.D.

(527.1)26.

independence

of

1 "eclaratioii

F 104.D2.

Iowa

Co..

Decatur

I'd. 7.

2311-2320.

07. D.

DL
in

America.

Dennison.

Camp.

616.D4.

Ohio,

See

p. 165.

military prison

IXDKX.
Depew,. C. M.:

aE

and

Moines

Des

Moines

27.M9.

.Mount:

Des

Co., Iowa
River

627.D4.

and

Valley

E
Deux

Co., Quebec

George:
Nelson

Witt

Dewey,

D.

Dickinson,
Collected

S.

works:

Dickinson, John
Collected

works
W.

Dickinson,

M.

1230.

of America

Discoveries

and

Carolina

North

District

of

Columbia

of 1812:

War

with

Civil

I'.u

Slavery:
also

Dix, John

159.

205.

Co., 111.: F

Washington,
Adams

Draft

military

.M7.D7.

687.1 "7.

Wash.:

Frederick

I 19.D.

(.863:F 128

I I.

L29.D7.

Francis:

Sir

s'.i7.1"7.

V..

rlOt, N.

18$

L865:

War

with

'i\ il

C.

Drew.

415.9.D6.

W"

E 864.

Me\ic,

war

Daniel

1 1 """.

war

Fake.

7.".."".

US0.

ase;
:

647.

American

Sc

Drnnnm.nd.

295.

L812:

War

of

Drcd

D.

; I ; F.7. I

COr, Oreg.: F 882.D7.

Spanish

I45.D6.

Fine, .In

Douglas

10

loss.p.

415.9.D73.

('ain]".

Revolution

409.5.D6.

470.2.
78.D6.

"\.\.

I "rama

501.

y
F

s:

A.:

with

Debates

67.
ls7.Dc.

s::. }.D.

Douglas.

Drake.

355.6.

Mexico:

war:

S.

Douglass,

Stales:

Military operations.
Indians

Sir

IM2:

.1:

Douglas CO.,

2C2.D7.

War

See

war:

2:;2.i"7.

tables, United

Distance

Douglas.

74.1 '"".
F

M.l.

Douglas,

Douglas
F

Swamp:

baron:

1 "OUglas ( '"".. Fans.

458.8.

E
Dismal

Civil

organizations.

Disloyal

v\

Chicago,
"": 616.D7.
:
prison

98.D6.

868

Mass.:

rebellion,

103-109.

K"5.2-

1032.D.

Dorr, T. W.:

Pre-Columbian:

war:

F nsT.I"7.

Co..

Limerick:

F687.D6.

Carleton.

G.

Dorchester

.".n.

of,

868.N5.

G64.D58.

101-1

capture
of

Cal.:
:

ami

lu.;.l |"c.

Kuns.

Wis.:

Co..

company:

L22.1.D.

Mexican

Dorchester

exploration, General

Indian:

Lake.

Dorchester,

"i 220-306.

Discovery,

in

627.D5.

relations.

Discoverers

W.

A.

party

Dorr

1 I'.r.i.

802.D6.

earl

1755-175G.

1003

172.! 17.

Co.,

714.6.D55.
:

673.

dor:

\an

Thomas,

Donner

302.D.

Dingley la riff: IIF


Diplomatic history

Diseases.

Mex.

Dorchester,

302.6.D5.

Dingley, Nelson, jr.:

Foreign

Co., N.

Donner
Door

415.G.D.

Co., Iowa

Dickinson

Campaign

415.9.D5.

L931 1939.

Question
Canada

F 2051.

lL'l'.K.

Doniphan

Castillo, Bernal

I inlic"

Fort, siege

Doniphan.

1234.D.

587.D6.

1'

:::i.i".

Adrlaen

Co., 111. : F 547.D5.

del

of

Dongan,

586.D.

F r,T2.D6.

Republic:

Ana

714.6.D51.

340.1 "7.

Wesi

Doneison.

467.1.D4.

aF

Diaz, Porfirio:

See

Wis.

1802:

Charles

Dewey,

Diaz

Nebr.

Co.,

1054.D4.

Devens,

Co..

Dona

KIT. 1.1m;.

Dodge

Donek.

Montagnes
F

De

British, 1S12

the

to

Dodge

Dominion

356.D4.

1 1 5.9. I "r,s.

Annexation

1924.D.

Henry

Dominican

574.D4.

Surrender

Dodge.

";. M.

Dominica.

472.D4.

Dessalines, J. J.
Detroit:

A.

27.W3.

: F

Doe, Charles:

F 627.D4.-5.
Missouri

C.

Dodge,

124.D.

1"

AMen:

Island

Dodge,

826.

Deseret:

Desert,

Oreg.

Valley,

882.D4.

John

Dochei

123.D.

River

Deschutes

Dix,

664.D4.

IVyster, J. W.

I "e

FJI.D.
\

a.

I' J.'.J.DT.

[NDEX.

J.:

\v.

Duane,
Dubois

Co.,

Florida.

8"

F 827.1 "8.

Easl

Gallatin

Fiver,

East

Jersey

197.H2.

East

Maine

Greek, Ohio:

I "imII"',v.
Joseph
I "udley,

Fast

216.

letter: E

Duchfi
Duck

Feliciana

Tl

582.D8.

I'

In. I. :

" '"".. [owa

i "ubuque

Carroll

158.D.

as

E 366.D8.

Dudley's defeat, L813:


and

I MiiTrriu

Duffle, a.

x.

Duke's Co.,

467.1.D87.

aE

I Muniner.

Rica

c""sta

William

Duncan,

Joseph

Dunklin

Co., Mo.:

v's

M.:

W.

Du

Page Co.,

Imi

Pont,

I-:

Durango,

Mexico:

Durham,

I. W.:

57.A2.

Sir

United
Dutch
Dutch

colony of
F

Now

Xolheiiand

I "utch

discovery of America

Dutch

Guiana

199.D9.

Dorado

El

Dorado

2141.

Elk
E '.IS.D9.

Co..

Elkhart

67.D.

277. E2.

407. F2.

262.E2.

'.'7.

."45.E.

547.E3.

action

1861:

near.

547.EF

111.: F

207.E3.

121.

1877:

Ontario:

1862:

C.

473.3.

Co..
N.

6S0.

264.E4.

aE

1059.E4.

City, N.

868.E3.

commission,

City
Elizabethtown,

59.D9.

C.

Elizabeth

Co., x. Y. : F 127.D8.
Dwellings, Aboriginal American:

Dwellings, Indian:
Dyer, Mrs. Mary:

N.

Co., Cal.

Elizabeth

colonics:

Dutchess

2G3.M3E.

Co..

Capture.
Intlies:

802.E2.

Ferry,

Elgin Co.,

2383.

West

El

232.E2

472.63.

Electoral

2401-2431.

Early history of separate


F

aE

111.: F

Elbert, Samuel

122.1.

392.KL6.

Indian

Co.,

Effingham
2532.

L87.E2.

F 572.E2.

Ninian

1S4.D9.

iu Brazil:

Virginia:

Co., Ky.

Edward's

Maryland:

of

Co.,

Edwards

States:

colony

of

Robert:

Edwards,

Michigan : F 575.D9.
Pennsylvania : F 160.D0.

with, 1722-1726:

wars

Co., N. Mex.

Edmonson

F 785.D9.

Va.
C.

aF

battle

232.E4.
of. 1781

241.E4.

Pa.:

157.E4.

Co., Ind.

532.E4.
302.6.E3.

Fllery. William:

Elliott,J. D. : E 353.1.E4.
Elliott,Stephen: E 467.1.E4.
Ellis Co.. Kans.
E 340.1
Earle, Thomas:
Early, J. A.: aE 467.1.B13.
Earthquake of 1892, Jamaica:
F
East, Dept of the. June-Aug.,
i:

Fast

1884.

Boston, Mass.:

Ellsworth,
Ellsworth,

Elmira.
F

73.6S.E2.

F.

E.

Oliver:

687.E3.

302.FI.

467.1.E47.

E
F

Co., Kans.:
X". Y..

246

Ellis Co., Tex.:

Ellsworth

175.5.

3169.

Chile:

Edgefield Co., S. C.

630.D9.

1868

campaign,

3701-3799.

Education,

Iowa

I li'.l.

Co., Tex.

Edgecombe

Dutch

Colorado:

Co., Mich.:

Eden,

154.D.

aF

shore

land

Eddy

547.D9.

1276.

Eastern

Ecuador:

167.1.D9.

seminary,

s:;.72.
shore

Eaton

83.77.

7::7.";-_\

541.E13.

Indians,

Eastern

Fast

H5.9.D9.

III.: F

v.:

s.

Mont.:

475.85.

545.D.

177

war,

::77

Florida.

Island.

L549.D8.

F 472.D9.

Lake, Vt.

I tunmore,

Dutch

Tennessee

Easter

t'.T.D.

B8.

137.

Easl

Eastern

72.M5.

war:

Tennessee

.Mass.:

Dulce, Golfo,

I Minn.

Marquis of:

.\\.i.

:;77.fl'.

conference

Bast

L033.D.

I Mini

civil

67.1 ".

Parish, La.:

Bucksporl

I' "m.i ".

Parish, La.

Fast
Fast

H 802.6.D8.

James:

Duane,

616.E4.

302.6.E4.
F

687.E4.

military prison:

INDEX.
Pa.:

Elmwood.
El

Paso

15s.0K.E4.

Co., Colo.

Emancipation

313.

Everett,

Embargo,

1807-180!):

Embargo

acts, 1807-1809:

Emery Co., Utah:


Endecott, John:

336.5.

3027.1.

II F

832.E5.

war

England.

402.7.

Great

Sec

English, W.
English

H.

Britain.

in

Eyre,

America

of

the

U.

S.

184.E5.

Fair

settlements,

English

West

expeditions:

Indian

J.: F

E.

Oaks,

713.

of, 1813:

Erie, Lake,

battle

Erie, Lake,

region

New

York

Ohio

356.E6.

555.

127.E65.

356. E6.

Pennsylvania
canal:

TC

Erie

Co..

Y.

Erie

Co., Pa.:

Erie

Indians:

X.

Escambia

Eskimos:

868.S15.

99.E7.

Indian

3031.

Co., Minn.:

X.

Esses

Co.,

X.

V.:

Essex

Co.,

Vt.

57.E7.

Feuw

Essex

Co.,

Ya.

232.E7.

Fenwick's

Estes

Park, Colo.:
Co..

European

Ky.

L2.E8.

Fenian

F
E

782.L2.

Evacuation
R.

day:
D.

aE

Valley, CaL

1870

247

LOSS

1A

t::t i

JosC:
island.

P.:

W.

857.6.

1082

8.
2274JT
Brasli:

2564.

Revolution

182.E.

ls71

J. :

X.
:

Madrid,

i:

L25.F3.

L37.F.

Mont.

L812:
E

Fiction, Historical

239.

2309.

of

Noronha

Fessenden,

1233.

V 392.F2.

2301

colony,

Co.,

Fernando

In Mexico:

intervention

497.F2.
157.F2.

raid, 1866:

Fernando/.

98.E8.

157.E7.

L57.F2.

Nikolaus:

Ick, John

Fergus

"

627.F2.

War

invasion.

Fenian

127.E8.

Lafayette.

"'"

532 l"J.

and

to

Federmann,

Co.,
Co..

72. E7.

la.

JK

Federalists:

2561.

L926.S.

of Haiti

868.F3.

Essex

Pa.

River
F

.Mass:

J.: F

Iowa

Co..

Opposed

467.1.F23.

C:

Co..

Essex

Esthetics, Indian:

D.

L5"68.F2

612.F2.

I. emperor

Fayette Co., Tex.:

2383.

Islands:

Schuylkill. Pa.:

of

00.E8.

Brazil:

Espirito Santo.
:

Falkland

Feather
E

Indians:

Essequibo

122 r.

Fayette
1003-1064:

war,

83.663.

Fayette Co., Ky.:


Fayette Co., Ohio:

317.E7.

197.F15.

Justus:

Fayette

99.E5.

Fla.

Valley, Cal.
E

Co.,

de
Fayette. Marquis
Co., In.l. :
Fayette

157. Ed.

102.F2.

Ohio:

Falckner,

Faustino

127.E6.

F
E

Co., Conn.:

Farragut.

157. E6.

625.E6.

Co.,

Escondido

Erie

Fairfield

Faribault

1059.E6.

340.F16

Fairfield

Falls

497.E6.

Ontario:

John:

232.F2.

241.F16.

2896.

Erie, Fort, siege, 1814

Vx

173.65.

664.F16.

W.:

Fairfield,Conn.: F 104.F2.
Burning i"y the British, L779

2272..".

Republic

of. 1862:

battle

Fairfield.

of 1739-1742

Rios, Argentine
F

Evans,

257.E

L886.

Co.,

Fairfax

1621.

Expedition

Estill

Sir Richard:

Fairbanks, C.

547.E3.

English

Esopus

7L.'.I'..~.

317.E9.

111.: F

Esopus

Mass.:

Fla.

Everhard,

337.8.B.

127-120.

English

Entre

Mount.

340.E8.

: l:

664.E58.

discoverers

E 467.1.E9.
Ewing, Charles:
E 340.E9.
Ewing, Thomas:
E 179.5;
Expansion, Territorial:
E ;;si.7.
resolutions:
Expunging

67.E.

664.EJ

works

Everglades.

(U. S. Army)

Engineers

M.

Edward

Collected

Embargo,

Civil

Everett,

453.

1794

Evarts, W.

782.E3.

296.

415.9.F4.

[NDEX.

rhii

E 848

war:

i".

D.

Collected

Field,

K.

Field,

s.

war,

Filibuster

wars.

lentral America

Filibusters,

uii.i :

Fillmore, Millard

Finance

of Civil

Y.

N.

Island.

Fire

Fish,

Hamilton

127. SI).

493.9.

against,

Bill, battl

Fisher's
Fisher's

Island.

Fisher's

Etiver, X. C:

Flsk,

B.:

X.

477. "'.::. Florida

Civil

477.:):;.

L29.S74.

aF

Flathead

202.s:".

Floyd
Floyd

Co..

Tex.:

war.

r.

i:

war.

627.F5.

392.F6.

Folk-lore, Aboriginal American:


E

477.07.

113.
JC

346.

Food.

A.

Foote.

FI. S.

Foraker,

415.9. IT.
:

B.:

Force, Peter: E
Foreign public
S.

C,

1680:

1st.

2d,

1835

L842

F.

S.

83.855.

248

Civil

war:

(Diplomacy):

States:

14-_"." 1

1783-17S9

works)
K

:
:

188;

130.

(Historical

Revolution

1856-1857:

opinion.

1305-1599.

Confederate

415.6.F.

17:...".f.

relations

JX
1817-isns:

664.F69.

469.8.

263.F6.

r"x7.F0.

9s.F7.

works
J.

Wis.:

40.7.1.F6S.

II.: F

Foote.

98.F6.

Co..

Indian:

Collected
Mont.:

407.1.F04.

Indian:
Lac

dU

Fond

59. F0.

Folk-lore.

83.835.

Seminole

292.F6.

78.15.

.IX
war.

83.835.

B3.817.

Seminole

Flusser, C. W.

Foreign

Seminole

377.F6.

1842:

415.9.F64.

Iowa:

272.
F

476.43.

302.6.F56.

against

Co., Ga.

."'.(MU320.

Etevolutlon

1865:

reservation.

Expedition

Co.,

737.J6.

Florida

1836

war.

Floyd

289.

Indian

477.4.

1865:

parishes. Fa.:

Floyd. J. R.

646,

war:

expedition. 1864

Florida'

Flags
Revolution

74.F6.

1865:

battle of. 1865:

Flag i Heraldry) : CR
of:
Flag, Desecration
Flag day: .IK 1761.
E

78.F6.

477.28.

004.F53.

tivilized tribes:
Forks,

V.:

FitzSImons, Thomas:
Five

Indians:

1S64:

of. 1864:

"

Jan.-June,

Mounds:
Florida

Expedition against.

470.1.

F
:

E 477.9.

Fisher, Fort, X. C.
Expedition

1864:

Jan.-June,

(West

004.F52.

1863:

June-Dec-.,

477.7.

497.W5.

defenders, 1863

First

1863:

Dec., 1863:

May

(Fast)

H.I 251.

war:

Flrelands, Oblo:

612.F4.

L862:

May, L883:

1862

Nov.-Dec., 1864

"'".. Minn.

May.

Is.i;l- .inn.-.

May.

Jan.-Xov..

472.32.

Fillmore

L862:

E 475.6.

E 420.
Administration, 1850-1853:
of. 1863 :
Fillmore, Fort, evacuation
E

Apr..

171.1.

(Fast

127.

:.::

E 475.4.

1784-1785.

Apr.,

(Wost

188.
"

171

17::.'.
i.

(West)

1526.

Nicaragua:
"

1863

Sept..

(East

to Constitution:

160

.IK

170.66;

i; itl'.s.

Filibuster

Aug., L863

Wost

ED 664.F46.

i:

F. 172.7.

4 L5.6.F.

amendmenl

r.ii. "null

Aug., 1863

Easl

188 B\

I'

J.

s.

Ho.8

i:

works

566.

170.7.

.Ian.

ED 786.

war

502;

war:

.Military operations:
i:

Si'iinisiiAmerican
Field.

Civil

U6.

Mexico:

will!

w.-ir

Continued.

Florida

Fiction, Historical Continued.


\\;ir
of 1812: ED 864.

249.
303.

1S3.7.

[NDEX.
i

288.F74

.l\

75.

spoliation* since

French

Wesl

L800

Indies:

F 2151.

Mich.,

battle

886.

""r.

roll

Civil war:

Louis

Frontenac.

Genesee

comte

Buade,

de

de

Frontier, American
P.

Frye, W.
Fuca, Juan

See

125.F9.

Fugitive slaves:

B3 450.

Fuller, Bamuel

127.A2.

Chain,

Fulton

Co., ill.: F 547.F8.

Y.

N.

Fulton

Co.,

I imI.

Fulton

Co.,

X.

Fulton

Co.,

("hi"":

Fundy, Bay
Furnas

Co., Nebr.:

Lake,

Civil

war:

Christopher:

Gadsden,
Gadsden

purchase,

Gaines,

operations:

Gaines1

Mill, battle

Gallatin,

Collected
Gallatin

Games,

Valley,

Mont.:

island,

N.

Garesche, J. P.: E

Garfield,J. A.:

Garfield

Garnett,

M.

R.

Co., Ky.

Garrett

Co., Md.:

Garrison, W.

L.:

737.G2.

Y.

129.E13.

686.

660.G.
F

332.B6.

B 415.9.G2.
F

F
B

457.G2.

Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec:

Oct.-Dec., 1S63
Jan.-Nov.,

.Tan.-Apr.. 1864

1054.G2.

250

1864

May-Nov..

476.8.

1864:

Nov..

477.4.

1864-Jan., L865

177..".

Jam-June,

L865:

177.7.

(North)
F

1864:

476JL.

North

476.4.

(South)

449.G.

1863:

475.9.

L87.G2,

1863;

Aug.-Oct..

Nov.-Dec.,
i

475.8.

North)
B

471.51.

June-Dec.,

(North)
E

475.6.

(Coast)
:

Aug., 1861-Apr., 1 862

473.9.

(North)

jr.: E 467.1.G2.

H.:

Garrard

1881

colony, Ala.:
Samuel,

302.G.

687.

works:

Garland,

470.6;

Apr., 1862- June, 1S63

(North)

L296.

167.1.G15.

Administration,
Collected

472.7.

(Coast)

90.QS.

Indian:

de:

works:

Gardiner's

473.68.

302.6.G16.

F 3741.G2.

reyno

Albert

of, 1862:

Galapagos Islands:

(Coast)

353.1.G14.

Galicia, Nuevo

7S6.

is~"". : F

E. P.:

559.

470.65.

(Coast

207.G2.

359.5.G4.

503; E

Jan., 1S61
99.G15.

1740:

263.G3.

of 1S12:

Indians:

202.G3.

expedition.

Augustine

Military

Gabrielefio

127.G3.

314.

War

(-72.F9.

( .:

2S1-295.

664.G34.

N. Y.

D.

countries

regions.

Revolution

1039.F9.
F

J. Z.

George,

497.F9.

F
F

George,

St.

.7.
:

of

names

and

Georgetown,

L27.F9.

28"A2

IE

celebration

under

also

Georgia

532.F9.
V

V.:

oi

L27.G19.

G-GF.

states,

68.F.

Fulton

119.32.

Geography:

664.F9.

de:

( SaL :

572.G3.

Y.

lolumbus

"

I":

L79.

lenoa,

L059.F9.

arbitration:

Geneva
(

Co., Ontario:

Frontenac

park,

Genet, B. C. B.: B 313.

El 328.

L080.F.

W 497.G2.

national

Co., Mich.
region, N.

G" nesee

540 F8.

i:

rebellion, L709:

V 687.G8.

868.G3.

269.F8.

467.1.G29.

Irani

"

Friends, Socletj of
i:.

207.G3.

Co., Ohio:

Genera]

B68.F8.

F 262.G2.

Co., Kans.:

Geauga

Co., Cal.

C.

Gates, Horatio:
Gearj

1813:

B 215.6.

"'o.. N.

Geary, J. W.

I i\

Fresno

laspee affair

Gaston

French

Frenchtown,

1800:

before

npollatlon claims

11

-i 1.

Jau.-Juue,

477.9.

1865:

LNDEX.
Georgia

Continued.

"

Gilbert,W.

Indians:

Mounds:

74.G3.

L85.93.G4.

Negroes:

78.G3.

Co.,
Gilmore, .1. R.

Georgian
F

L059.G3.

German

colony of Pozuzu,

German

l"a\i-

Peru:

Glacier

uai lonal

American

tion:
revolu-

208.

1864:

B 469.

L69.G.

: F

11. I". : E

340.G48.

William:

mercenaries,
E

with

Gilpin,
Gilpin,

3451.J9.

232.G4.

Gilpin, E. W.

Bay region, Ontario:

H5.9.G46.

Va.

Conference

E 445.G3.

Slavery:

A.:

Giles

593

park, Mont

737.G5.

Glendale, battle of, L862:


F
Glengarry "',,.," mtario:

173.1

L059.G5.

Germans
Glenn
Brazil:

Chile:

Co., x.

Gloucester

"

Illinois:

2561.

Gloucester

Co., Va.

.1. : F

!o.,N. Y.

Glover,

Join,

Goajira, Colombia
:

Goebol.
aF

Mexico:

York

City

York

State:

D9.G3.

Santa

F 2621.
Sul, Brazil:
F 2626.
Catharina, Brazil:

South

America:

do

IV.K.G3.

Revolution:

Virginia :

Wisconsin

184.G3.

"

"

blockade,

1902:F

475.53.

475.51.

Gran

military

park:

L53.G.

U5.9.G4.

Humphrey:

Gilbert, Thomas

167.1.G66.

129.G I.

27S.G4.

69.G.

664.G6.

i:

assauK

Island, N. T.

W.

W.

E 664.G73.

a.

El

army

c,i
"

camp

Irand

"

island,

Grand

isle

Grand

River

'

31

"

"

128.6

12.G7.

2876.

republic: E

the

\'a.

and
i

H5.9.G7.

"

I!

162.1

veterans,
18

Jolorado

Co., Vt:

toufederate

lafion of

kriorado

BL
:

Chaco,

150.

7." ;.

2566.

\.

on:

de

Dominique

Grand

251

340.G6.

i:

Dept. of
"

Gibson, J. B.:
GIddings, J. R.

E
:

Co.,

Graham,
Grand

175.56:

Gilbert, Sir

Grady,

II.

Grafton

175.55.

Gettysburg
E

2325.

67. ";.
69.G.

B68.F8.

467.1.G6.

aF

Brazil

royaz,

1549.DS

612.G6.

: F

rosnold, Bartholomew

Grand

national

E
:

P.

Governor's

E241.G3.

1777:

Gerry, Elbridge: E 302.6.G37.


Gettysburg, battle of, L863:
L863:
Gettysburg campaign,
Gettysburg national cemetery:
E

to,

L25.G6.
claim:

F.

A.

Gourgues,

590.G3.

Germantown, battle of,


Germany : I)D.
Venezuelan

Rica:

Christopher:

Gorman,

235.G3.
F

:."_":.

474.52.

Gorsuch, Edward,

540.G3.

.1. B.

Gore,

269.G3".

Co.,

Gordon, W.

.Minn.

Gooding, O. P.
Gookin, Daniel
Gordon, G. W.
Cordon.

2239.G3.

Slates:

L862:

in;

expedition

"'..

Gomez-McGarrahan
Goodhue

160.G3.

war:

N.

Goinez, Esteban

2699.G3.

Island:

Civil

1879:

resumed,

Golfo Dulce, Costa

130.G4.

205.G3.

Pennsylvania

United

payments

128.9.G3.

Carolina

Gold

Dec.

Grande

156.G.

145. G3.

Paraguay:

aF

Goldsborough,

New

Texas:

William

s,i"".
discoveries," !al.: !"'.

575.G3.

New

Rio

2281.G8.
23.G.

Gold
1399.G3.
F

Jersey

Rhode

3S0.G3.

Michigan:

North

Edward

630.G3.

Louisiana

New

aF

535.G3.

Godfrey.
Iowa

l.,::l,.";";.

207.G56.

i;

550;G3.

Indiana

i il\";."..

F 52.

295.G3.

868.G5.

I'

Gloucester
3285.G3.

Espirito Santo, Brazil

Georgia

Co., Cal

2(ftu." ',:',.

River

: i

129.G.
51

Valley :

882.G6.

INDEX.
Grand

Galley, Mich.

tad

Rive*

G h;.
Grand

Iranger, Francil

Grant,

IP K2.G8.

Co., Mich,;

Traverse

Grand
"

region: F 672.G5.

Baj

Traverse

672.

i:

3 \OA ;7.

iE

Co., W.

Greene

Co., Ark.:

Greene

Co., Hi.:

ireene

"

2891.G.

.IK

v*a.: F 247.07.

Nathanael

Greene,

"

Gratiot

park, Cal.: V 868.G3.


F 672.G8.

Mich.:

"'"-

E ";71.

i 05,

national

Granl

1877:

L869

Co., WU

Oranl

Gravelly Run, battle of, L865:

207.G9.

H7.cs.

F 547.07.

Jo., Iowa

Britain:

Greal

";27.";7.

See

In America.

Discovery of America
Invasion

of Haiti

Invasion

,,f I.a

Relations

with

183.7.

North

in

195-199.

also British.
Greal

553 -556.

Lakes:

GB

Hydrography:
Cieat

River

Miami

and

Ohio:

";reai

Peedee

Greal

Salt

region, Utah:

Lake

Greater

Antilles:

Greater

New

United

York

184.G7.

Greeley, Borace:

415.9.G8.

Green, Thomas:

Bay region
F

Green

Co.,

Green

Lake

Green

Mountain

Green

Mountains.

Greea

River
F

Wis.

club:

Guadalupe

Co., N.

\-

Yt.

In
F

.".7.
(is.

Valley, Ky.

Gulf
Gulf

457.GS.

2351-2479.
:

House,

C.

J.
:

262.G9.
battle

of, 17S1

332.09.
377. G9.

:
:

347. G9.

392.G9.

of Mexico.
St

687.9.

296.

See

Lawrence.
Gulf

252

470.45.

241.G9.

coast

of

war:

Court

Texas:

14::7.

of. F
1286.

Civil

Mississippi

boys: " 52.

408.

12S1.

Audiencia

Louisiana

587.G74.

1461-1477.

Mexico:

Alabama

587.GT.

of:

Treaty

Mexico:
F

Guilford

Gulf

572.G87.

802.09.

690.

Co., N. C.

Guiteau.

2066.

Guilford

587.G6.

Mex.

Hidalgo.

DTJ

627.075.
401.2.

aE

Guadalupe

Guianas:

467.1.G7.

: F

Co., Wis.

and

547.G"

Iowa:

Guerrillas

128.5.

states:

Michigan:

111. : F

Co..

Guerrero,

ireeks

1054. CS.

Co..

Guatemala,

1741-1991.

sieur

340.G8.

Grundy

Guatemala

832.G7.

Chouart.

Quebec

aux,

Felix:

Guanajuato.

River, S. 0.: F 277.P3.

415.9.G86.

Grundy

Guam:

F497.M64.

1279.

415.9.G85.

1060.7.C.

Guadeloupe:

Valley.

475.23.

125.G8.

Medard

Guadalupe

1627.G8.

1868:

241.G8.

Grundy.

ica
Amer-

Grange, Tenn.,

La

Mexico:

72.B5.

207.G94.

de:

Isle

Grues,

351-364.

Heights, battle of. 17S1

Groton
H

France

with

Wars

(General):

S.

U.

des

F 2061.

Mass.:

Rouge.

Groseilliers.

2056.

indies:

raid from

J. W.

Grimes,

2845.

128.68.08.

Mountain.

1923.
F

L57.G"
F

West

Grinnell, J. B.

127.G7.
4"i7.";7.

indies:

177'."-1781.

Plata

p.

127-129.

F
F
F

v.:

X.
West

Grijalva, Juan
Grijalva River,

L65.

period, in E 301-767.
blockade, 1902: F 2325.

of 1812:

Co., Pa.:

v.:

N.

to Baton

under

Special
Venezuelan
War

of Cuba:

invasion

Greene

2GT-26S.

359.8.

of 1812:

War
Colonies

Co., Ohio:

Grierson's

665.
E

F 472.08

Gridley, Richard

298.

201

revolution:

American

Co.,

Greene

GreyloCk

i".\

647

I A

Greene

Grenadines,

840.C5.

revolution:

American
Army

Co., Mo.:

Grenada,

Cilley duel:

Graves

Greene

Greenwich,

177.67.

.ii:

Green

party

Greenbrier

Administrations.

Greenback

of.

Mexico,
Sec

Gult

of.

St.

rence,
Law-

INDEX.
Gulf

States

296.

Military operations, Civil


E

war:

Co., Colo.:

Guthrie

Co..

Miss.

347.H2.

Hancock

Co..

)hio

I'.iT.Ii::.

Banna,

470.7.

Gunnison

Hancock

Co., Iowa

782.G9.

Hanover

627.G8.

M.

Parish, Jamaica:

Harden.

Habeas

corpus,

H.

Hackett,

Haiti

(Island)

Haiti

(Republic)
E

Hale.

J. P.

Hale,

Nathan:

Hale, S. W
Halifax

Va.

F.

Hall

of

fame.

Ilamer,

192!

l'.ti'O.
F

1032.H.

1038.H.

7S0.H.
York

New

university:

works:

Co., Ind.

Hamilton

Co., Ohio:

Hamilton

Parish,

Hamlin,

Hannibal:

Hampden

Charles:

Co.,

Co., Mass.

Hampton.

Wad.-

Hampton,

7a.

Naval

E
ck.

B.: aF

F.rown

(3d)

aE

Harris.

Ira

1865:

T.

Co.,

Va.

W.

Harrison

Co..

I I.iii ford

convent

Hartford

Co..

Conn.

Hancock

Co., Ind.:
Co.,

Me.:

Civil

467.1.H2.

532.H3.

27.1 1".

Haskell

F.

247.H3.

ion.

.1.

L07.H6.

fold: F

"

Bniversttj

F. ".".7 7.

IMF

L02.H3,

i'.7 l n

258

F "oil.
.

war:

MI.

institute.

LD

2110

J. B.

-i-

II-.
Lawrence.

B67.6.L3.
Ilaskin.

1813:

battle Of, 1812:

Fori,

Harvard

S.

ED 88L

3S"2.

campaign,

460.
\V.

302.

imi

John

Co., III.: F 547.H2.

7""1.

l.M.ll.

II.: B

Harvard,

Hancock

1808:

355. i.

Harrison

302.6.H28.

702.

660.H.

works:

Hartranft,

1889

In, 1862: F 178.2.


engagemenl
Roads
conference, 1868 :

John:

3S6.BS.

Roads, Va..: F 232.H23.

158

1 1 -",.'."
1 1::

Northwestern

97.6.H3.

176.66.

664.HS1.

W.

F 39.H.

Expedition, 1812:

161

H5.8.H2"

:
:

J.

i:

174.61.

Walter:

Harris.

1813:

240.H2,

1859:

raid.

B. (J.: B

I. C

467.1.H19.

school

Indian

Va.:

operations, L864:

Harrison.
B

l.M.ll.

Administration,

353.1.112.

campaign,

902.6.H29.

\V.

Ferry.

Harrison.

247.H2.

(1st)

Wade

355.4.

I [amptoa

G.:

Harrison.

72.H3.

Va.

Champlain

K.
T.

Harpers

im.ii.

Harper,
Harper,

Collected

72.112.

262.H3.

Administration.

495.H.

s.

Harrison, Benjamin

232.! IJ.

415.9.H2.

Mass.:

497.H2.
F

Co., W.

Hampton

w.

Court-martial.

532.H2.

Va.

Hampshire
Lake

Harney,

Harris.

302.H.

Hampshire
Hampton,

Co., X. C:

Harriman,

302.6.H2.

2T3.H.

James:

Hamilton

Hammond,

1 77";

1000.7JL

Harnett

Siege, 1862:

403.1. 1 1 2.

L28.68.H3.

tosrah, ezpeditloii of, 1706:

Military

415.9.H1S.

Alexander:

Collected

Hamilton,

L.

467.1. H18.

*3.79.
I). W.

John

W.

964.H27.

211. 1 12.

Harmon.

L87.H2.

v.:

1'."T 1 1 I.

Heights, bftttle of,

Harmar,

232.H1T.

X.

627.H3.

Co., Md.:

Ohio;

James

2.S0.H2.

Gerard:
T.

Co..

Harlem,

176.6.

Hamilton,

Hardin

Harlem

Brenton

Co..

Hallock,

1901-1939.

39.H.

B.

Halleck, H.

Iowa

Harlan.

Frederick:

Hall,

Co..

415.9.H15.

Sir

.M7.II.:.

Hardin

154.H.

L801.H2.

201.H,

111.: F

99.H2.

Haliburton,

Hancock

J.:

IV'

Co..

Sir

Haldimand,

Hancock.

of

F.

Hardin

Harford

B.

Indians:

ll.ii

writ

45S.8.

Haida

of

Suspension

664.H24.

i;

trial

Hanuay

A.

1 13"
1 1:..'.'.

Kans.

[NDEX.
Robert

Untton,

iciis

ilia

i:

167.1.H

L790.H3.

i :

I Province)

Il;i\

Annexation

DTJ

DU

Revolution, 1893
Hawkins,

620

.5.

L898:

DTJ 627.19

664.H

R, B.:

829.

627.3

2.

L29.H4.

Richard:

sir

Hay, John:

E3 L97.

17ns:

Islands

Hawaiian

74.H5.

of,

uctlon

Mill.

n.

IIX

340.H4.

Hillsdale

Hind

Health
of North

Indians

Negroes:

Samuel

Hearne,

America

Henderson

Co., 111.: F

547.114.

Co., Ky.

457JH5.

A.:

Hennepin

States

G.

664.H65.

F.

G. A.

1030.4.

Henry,

Alexander

John:

Henry.

Patrick:
Pert,

Henry.
E

(the younger)
E

Co., Ohio

Hocking

River

and

Valley. Ohio

W.

259.H.

Holland

purchase,

N. Y.

W.

Sec

Honduras:

of. 1862:

Co., Ohio:

Henry

Co.. Tenn.

Hood,

457.H6.

Hood

497.H55.

Hood's

1 13.H6.

Canal

and

Hertford

Vermont

Hickman

Hicks,

Co.,
T.

H.:

Tenn.
P.

268.

13.H6.

H.V.i.Hi;.

254

ar.

882.W3.

region. Wash.:

Mass;ichusetts:
:

1441-T4"!.

engagement

467.1H58.

Hernando

Co., Pla.: F 317.H5.


Co., N. P. : P 262.H5.
revolution:
Hessians, American

C,

Oreg.

Hooslc River

127.H5.

72.H3.

477.44.

Herkimer

123.H.

Hooker, Joseph:
Hooper, William:

127.H7.

472.H7.

S.

J. B.:

River.

1501-1517.

Henshaw, David : F 69.H.


Heredla, Costa Rica : P 1549.H5.
Co., N. Y.

British:

1S64

627.H5.

Dutch.

Hill,

Honey

532.H6.

Co., Mo.

Honduras.

Henry

Holyoke, Mount:

IT:

497.H68.

Holden,

Holt

302.6.H5.

capture

Henry

"(V"

497.H7.

Hollanders.

302.6.H4.

175.

Ht^nrt^ytipki,

664.H73.

Hocking

Holley, Myron

Co., Ind.:
Co., Iowa
Co., Ky. :

Henry

175.4.
E

232.H5.

1060.7.H.

Henry.

Henry

(the elder)

Alexander

aE

States:

F 612.H5.

1060.7.H.

Henry,

Va.

of:

societies,work
United

Hobart,

works)

(Collected

Historiography.

F
Parish.

buildings,

532.H5.

474.48.

159.

Historical

Co.. .Minn.:

Henrico

E 176.5.

American:

Co., V*a.: F 232.H4.

Henrico

operations

localities and

United

Hoar,

Hennepin, Louis:

572.H6.

Ark.,

664.H49.

Co., Ind.:

Hendricks

Historic

664.H48.

Henderson

T.

Perl.

Historians,

::""2.r,.TI0.

against, Jan., 1863

207.H4.

I*.:

Co., Mich.:

man,

98.DG.

1060.7.H.

Heath, William:
Henderson, l).

Hendricks,

18R.88.

38.H.

Isaac:

Hilllard,II. W. : E 415.9.H65.
Hillsborough Co., Fla. : W 317.H6.
Hillsborough Co., N. II. : F 42.H6.

SIC. CI.

Y.

664.H63.

Hillegas,.Michael:

Hayes,
Administration, i^TT 1881 : E 681
riot, Chicago:
Haymarkel square
Hayne, R.

Hill, B. II.: E

Hill, I). P.. : i; 664.H64.

682.

1282.H.

Hlester,Joseph: F L68.H.
Hlgglns, P. W. : !"" 121.11.
I [lgginson,Pr.llieis : I' I'm.1 1.
Hlgginson, Btephen: F 69.H.
Highland Co., Ohio: F497.H6.
Highland Co., Va.: aF 232.H6.

L799.

1 13.

90

F 1291

Ula, Miguel:
E 99.H6.
Indians:

Hidatsa

L791

liicli:uis:
:isii|i!ii

Haverhill, Mass.

HIdal

1781

Havana

Hidalgo, Mexico:

11.

B97.H8.

467J..H6.
E

::"iL,.r,.H7.

Valley:
F

127.117:;.

72.B5.

57.B4.

Hopatcong, Lake, N. J. :
E 99.H7.
Hopl Indians:
B.
F.
5SG.H.
; F
Hopkins,

142.H7.

'

F 13.1

INDEX.
Hopkins,

Samuel,

L812:

expedition,

Hosmer,

United
302.6.H8.

Titus:

Revolution:
War

of

Hunt,

War

with

Civil

F
F

Hunter,

R. M.

021

; E

Hunterdon

625.

572.H8.

1304-1447.
of

speaker,

Houston,

Samuel:

Houston,

W.

isr.r,

i;

434.5.

300.H.

Hovey,

Huron

Co..

O.

Howard,

O.

Mich.:

Huron

Co.,

Ohio:

Huron

Indians:

Co..

[nd.:
Iowa

Howard

Co..

Howard

Co., Md.:

Howard

Co., Mo.:

Howe,

627.H7.

: F

Howe, Richard
1 1owe.

Robert:

How.'.

Samuel

187.H8.

472.II.S.

99.H9.

l'

121

241'.;.

earl

aDA87.H8.

207.11*."..

69.H.

l'.)7.IIs.

1038.H.

Howe,

Iberville, Pierre

Co., Mo.

Howell

L2.H"

II.
Husted,
Mrs.
Anne
ii74I.
: F
Hutchinson,
67.1 1.
: F
Hutchinson, Thomas
Hyde and Willoughby's grant, Guiana:

:.::_'.lls.

Joseph

W.

J.

Howard

572.H9.

F
F

467.1.H8.

612.11s.

P.: E 467.1.H7.

A.

415.9.H9.

1' L059.H.

L38.H.

Co., Minn.:

Houston

257.H.
E

Co., N. J. :

Ontario:
C.

T.

467JLH9.

Huntingdon I '"".. Pa. : F 157.H9.


F
Huntingdon
Co., Quebec:
1054JH9.
Huntington, J. W. : E 340JS9.
F
Indians:
99.H8.
Hupa
Huron, Lake, region: F 554.
Michigan : F r.Ti_M c."_-.

731.

war:

Co., Mich.:

JK

540.H6.

James:

412.

184.H95.

W7.1.H89.

David:

of representatives:

Election

Huuter,

Spanish-American
Houghton

II. J.:

Hunter.

Mexico:

war:

E
E

war:

362.

283.

1812:

States:

Civil

Hospitals, Military

House

Hungarians

355.2.

Le

Moyne d':

472.H9.

::724

Icelanders

Hubbardton, battle

of. 1777

mi.

lis.
Canada

Levi:

Hubbell,

Co.,

Tda

Hudson,

Henry:

129.H8.

Bay:

Hudson

Co..

[OWa

Idaho:

Hudson

Hudson-Fulton

14241^.
F

celebration:

Co., Idaho:

127.11*.
Illinois

River

and

Valley:

1274

536

Jersey:

War

Bay

Hudson's

Hughes

company:
F

Co., S. Dak.:

1000.

i:

America

New

a!

Florida:

20.F8.

State:

Pennsylvania
South

Carolina

United

Virginia:
Huichol

Isaac:

Hull.

William:

Mounds:

Slavery:

184.H9.

Illinois

353.1.H8.
F

353.1.H9.

Humboldt

Co.. Oal.:

Humboldl

Co., Iowa
:

868.H8.

F
:

ry

i.

is::.
i;

Illinois

military trad

Illinois

River

265

: I

and

li-ts.

726.12

7 142.

99

| _"

547.M"

Valley : F -M7
period :

12.

colonial

is7.:..

also andex

07.11.

445.12.

Indians;

[mmigranl

627.H8.

war:

Co., \"a. (""id Northwe

Illinois

99.H78.

counl

Illinois

235.F8.

Huuil'rey, John

280.H8.

Indians:

Hull.

160.H8.

States:

130.H8.

Genera]

78.13.

Indians:

170.8.

r.

i :

Spanish-American

314.

York

operations

17"

284.

109.5.1 ).

505.

v.

wav.

Military

Huguenots

Mexico:

with

civil

0.77. IIS.

f.

expedition, i77s:

142. H83.

752.12.

550.

is.

Clark's
New

78.EL"

Indians:
F

Idaho

Hudson

827 42.

741-7.V,.

1060.
J.:

X.

1035.12.

r.so.H.

separate colonies,

iM)i:x.
Of

TiuiMM.lim.nl

.lolmson

President

Infantry: UD.

Civil

686.

Imperial Valley, Oal.: F 868.815.


Imperialism i Dalted States polM*e*) :
i:

Federal

Indian

H 68.1 1.

[mpreMDMOri
[nambarl
River, Peru:
B429.

Ingham

Independence, Declaration

Insular

country,"

[ndlan

[ndlan

281

International

864.

Indian

rights association:

Indian

River,

Indian

schools:

1-

97.5

Indian

Stream,

\.

B.:

12.C7.

Inyo

Indian

Territory.

See

Oklahoma.

Ionia

Indian

Territory. Old

Indians

Indian

521

War

Civil

(General):

Mounds:

Indiana

i-SOOO.
of:

Civil

war:

of

Indians
F

of

65;

Indians

York

.New

York

America:

99.16.
302.6.17.

73.9.17.
S70.I6.

1035.16.

eral!)
(Gen-

State:

West

Indies:

1".

65;

88X5.

80.16.
184.16.

Revolution:

269.16.

E
E

war:

540.16.

Spanish-American
Iron

discovery

Co., Mo.:

Iroquois

472.17.
."47.17.

111.: F

Indians:

war:

of America

99.17.

111.: F

Isabal, Guatemala:

256

130.16.

Irving Park.
:

12S.9.I6.

160.15.

Stales:

Iroquois Co.,

!";65.

75.16.

City:

United

Irish

America

726.14.

587.16.

F
E

Island:

65;

war:

Rhode

Civil

etc.

Spanish

Indian

New

77-'."'.".

1619.

Industries,

74.IU.

Pennsylvania

65; F 1239.

America:

the

Iowa

540.13.

2229, 2269,

Indians

1411.

America:

South

of

Indians

135.

of North

Indians

78.16.

Massachusetts:

of Mexico:

Indians

Canada

157.13.

Central

of
F

507.

Co., Wis.:

California:

treatment

Spanish

Iowa

74.13.

PM

Languages:

war

Boston:

572.16.

Irish

53 89,

Indians

war:

726.13.

616-630.

78.158.

Co., Pa.:

Indians:

1S49-1S53

868.16.

Iredell, James:

Spanish-American
E

Mouuds

409.5.17.

ists:
American-

States

affairs,

Co., Mich.

Indians:
E

of

429.

Co., Cal.

American

1780-1787.

Spanish-American

506.

Civil

i7n..j.

Indians:

European

Iowa

Military operations
i:

In

535.

war:

Cuba

,;-

Mexico:

wiih

by United

In

81-83.

wars:

Indiana

317.B8.

93.1.

78.15.

V.

Fla.

the

51.1.

E
Intervention

98.

question

of

1403.

congress

B70.M6.
E

Indian

447.
conferences:

bureau

republics: F

of:

Buildings

s~".

of California:

missions

American

International

229.

Virginia:

81

United

the

1405.

234.

massacres

[ndlan

International

ill'

lands:

of

970.

Insurrections, Slave:

sippi
of the Missis-

west

F 572.15

possessions
States:

F 687.

[ndlan

221*.

340.155.

Co., Mich.:

flay : E 286.

Independence
""

S. D.

[ngham,

V S461.P9.

of:

B 802.6.16.

Ingersoll,Jared:

B 667.2.

of seamen:

340.16.

oil, J. It.: E

rto

1 mpreaa

B 546; i: 551 582.


192; i: 196 587.

[ngalls,J. J.: E 664.14.


[ngersolL C. J.: B ::i"M48.

,i::.

Implements,

war

Confederate:

548.68.17.
F

1469.19.

72."..".
E

109.16.

*"

INDEX.

Michigan

: r

U5.9.J9.

i:

.In. 1.1.

Jujuy, Argentine Republic:

LS.J5.

England

New

fork

Citj : F 128.1

New

Vmk

State:

: I'

Jim.

L30.J4.

Carolina

South

America

South

Carolina

F 280.J5.

States:

River
F

2230.J5.

iE

99.J9.

587.J9.

Valley, Pa,

and

L57.J7.

.inniii, Peru:

F 3451.J9.

River,

Junta

2906.

286.

Wis.:

Co.,

"an

Juniata

L84.JB.

[ndlans

Jumano

: !"'265.J8.

North

fourth

July

\rw

United

N. B.

"l.

575.JB.

mill

"

Brazil:

2546.

i;rv..iini..ii: i: 269.J6.

Virginia :

235.J5.

Kalamazoo

Jinotega, Nicaragua

737.J6.

day: E302.6.M4.

Marshal]

Johnson, Andrew
Collected

L869:

415.6.J.

works:

Jeremiah

Johnson,

John

Johns.

Joseph:

Johnson, R

M.

F
E

340.J69.

Johnson,

Sir

William:

Co.,

iml.

Johnson

"

Johnson

Co., Mo.

Johnson

Co., Nebr.

Johnson

Co., Tex.

Johnson's

to.,Iowa

A.

Johnston.

J. E.

Johnston, T. D.
W.

Johnston,

";. w.

Jones, J.

Jones, J. P.:

Jouett,
Juan

W
Juan

J.

de

"

1861

1802:

Spanish-American
Indians:

bill

Kearney,

S. W.

340.K2.

403.1.K2.

Mexico

campaign

Fort.

See

Phil

Carroll

476.7.

Keene

Valley,

Keewatin:
Keith.

Mountain.
II.: F

N.

region, Wash.:

Islands:

Mountain.

Kearsarge

627.J7.

167.1.J86.

S.

99.K26.

405.2.

Kearney.
Co., N. n.

F42.C3.

57.J.

Strait

D.

Kearsarge

353.1.J6.

Indians:

Fort.

207. J7.

72G.K2.

433.

Philip: E 467.1.E24.

E474.9.

78.K16.

Kearney,

Kearney,
New

473.1.

473.8.

war:

Kaufman,

5436.

1862-Dec., 1S63

259.J.

LD

470.9.

472.2.

467.1.J74.

Fernandez

Juarez,

508.

Nov..

Sir

Kelley. W.

B97.J9.
Benito:

676-690.

war:

Nov., 1SG1-Apr., 1S62:

to.," "reg.: F 882.J8

B.

99.K2.

Fuca

Apr.-Nov.,

Jonesborough, battle of, 1864:


ihine

Valley:

547.K27.

May-Nov.,

H5.9.J7.

547.K25.

115.9.J6.

William

and

Kansas-Nebraska

(-,,..i,,\va

547.K2.

Karankawa

247. Ko.

G12.K2.

Military operations

Erie, military

1030.3.

Jones, Jacob:

195.J.

392.J6.

i:

";.:

672.J6.

467.1.J73.

P.

Joliet, Louis:

Jones

Va.

111. : F

Indians:

172.J6.

S.: E

River

Civil

616.J7.

prison:

Jones.

Kankakee

627.J6.

:
:

Co.,

532.J6.

island, Lake

Johnston,

Jones,

Co., 111. : F

Kankakee

Kansas:

S.: E 302.6.J7.

1054.K2.

247.K2.

I'

Co., Minn.:

Illinois:

W.

Johnson

Valley. W.

Kansa

Johnson,

Va.

F532.K2.

230..J.

Co., Quebec:

Kanawha

123. J.

278.J6.

Johnson,
.11.

GGG.

572.K2.

207.K14.

Co., W.

Kane

1865

Kanawha

Kandiyohi

667.

Administration,

Co., Mich.

Jean:

Kamouraska

reservation, Mont.:

Indian
i'

John

Kalh.

1529.J4.

Co., ill.: F B47.J6.

Davlesa

.lock..

2272.J.

Jo

K
Gonzalo

de Qnesada,

Jimenez

3171.

1233.J.

Kemper

258

N.

Y.

127. A2.

1106.

William
IX:

Kelly, John:
Kenierer, J.

Merrimack

42. Mo.

1T.2.K.

664.K2.

128.47.K.

F
B.

154.K.

Co., Miss.

347.K3.

Co.,

INDEX.
340.K33.

Kendall

Amos:

Kendall

Co., 111.:

Kennebec

Co., Me.

Kennebec

purchase, Me.
River

Kennedy,

J. P.

Kenosha

Kent,

587.K3.

Kent

Co., Del.

172.K3.

Kent

Co., Md.

1S7.K3.

Kent

Co., Mich.

Kent

Co., R. I. : F 87.K3.

Kent

Island,

Rufus:

and

1812:

of

War

with

Claiborne:

Civil

war:

Mexico
E

Military

409.5.K.

564.

509; E

operations:
1861:

472.4.

Nov., 1861-Mar., 1862


1862:

Mar.-June.

Co.,

Wash.

William's

Jan.-Aug., 1863:

Aug.-Oct., 1863:

Oct.-Dec,

18G3:

Jan-Apr.,

1864

: F

May-Nov.,

1864

('"..,Cal.:

Kings

Co..

Kings
King's

Co., Nova

Kittitas

476.8.

E477.5.
177.1).

Co.,
Indian
Indians:

Kern

328.
:

454.

Co.,

Cal.:

M.

Kickapoo
F

C27.K:;.

664.K35.

it::.72.

River

againsl

Kii

476.27.

Kinx

Kwakiutl

259

|'.i7.K7.

River

T.

klan

Ind.
A.

Indians:

752.K8.

Valley, British

and
:

Co.,

Kosciuszko,
mond,
Rich-

672.K7.

k".,Idaho

Columbia

67.K.

Kilpatrick's expedition
1864:

"

Kosciusko

Kilby, Christopher:

1 77*.".

campaign, i B63 : B I7.~"


P. : E H5.7.K78; B H5.9.K7.

Kootenai

Valley, Wis.:

and

: F

547.K7.

111. :

Co., Nebr.

Kootenai

r-

207.K74.

CO., Ohio:

127.K4.

2341.

party: JK

Knox

186.K.

Knox

KSrner.G.

587.K4.

83.84.

99.K76.

Henry:

Knoxville

99.K4.

897.K6.

Sir Charles, in Cuba

Co.,

664.K4.

157.C9;

99.K7.

F.

I..: F

A.

Indians:

Fa.

region : F 931.

Knowles,
Knox

868.K3,

battle of, 1862:


C.

Lake:

Kickapoo

is.

s'.iT.k:..

of the golden circle

Knox,
:

Francis:

Kemstown,
Keuka

Va.

war:

Know-nothing

Co., Iowa

Kernan,
Kerr,

Knott,

897.K

Wash.:

Klikitat

Knights
resolutions:

138.K.

Valley,

Indians:

Klondike

'.O.K.'.

Wash.

Klamath

74.K3.

1777:

152.K.

Klickitat

Mounds:

i7so:

L57.F8.

Klikilat

Keokuk

of.

129.K5.

Andrew

Kittochtlnny

476.1.

District,

1039.K5.

battle

Co..

78.K3.

V.:

Wash.

Co..

and

127.K5.

Scotia:

Indians

Kitsap

E196.

241.K6.

Slavery: E 445.K5.
and
Kentucky
Virginia

v.:

N.

Kirkpatrick,

475.'.!.

L689-1697:

241.K5.

Kiowa

474.7.

475.8.

1865:

County

232.K1.

I.

868.K5.

Mountain,

Indians:

X.

Kinsey, John

475.1.

Nov., lS64-Jan., 1865:

Kentucky

897.K

war.

Kings

172.9.

47-F::.

Nov., 1862-Jan., 1SG3

Jan.-Jnne,

24. K.

Co., Va.:

Burning by the British,

173.5.

E
E

June-Oct, 1802:

340.K54.
F

Queen

Kingston,

July-Nov.,

R.:

302.K.

works:

and

470.4;

470.8.

]": 302.6.K5.

1711
171^:
E 198.
George's war.
E
1675-1676:
B3.67.
King Philip'swar,
King William
Co., Va.: F 232.K5.

359.5.K5.

25.K.

William

Kin-

War

F.

Kin-

446-460.

M.

Kin-

King

184.

Kentucky

King,

King

572.K3.

Md.,

.1. A.,

Kin-

U5.9.K52.

jr.: F. 124.K

Kin-.

King, W.

123.K.

Collected

123.K.

William:

27.K32.

123.K.

415.9.K35.

Co., Wis.:

Kent, James

27. K3.

Valley:

and
B

King, .1. A.:

I". I'. : I' 69.K.

King, Eoratio:

27.K2.

Kennebec

Kin-.

547.K4.

L089.K7.
:

B.:

532.K8.

207.K8

668.
F

99.K9.

I.NM'.X.
Laurie'r,
Laval

Kana

Oo

Labette

Co., Pa.

iwannu

River

ackawanna

157.L15.
Pa

Valley,

and

Co., Win.

Crosse

Lawrence,

A.

Lawrence,

Abbot!

Lawrence,

Amos:

Lawrence,

James

Lawrence,

W.

Lawrence,

Kana,

Co., Mo.

"

Co.,

Lawrence

"

Lake
of

lakes

Lake

Co., [nd.:

F 532.L2.

Lake

Co., ill.: F 547.L2.


497.L2.

Le

Co., Ohio:

States:

664.L2.

L.

Lamar,

Q. C:

Lamoille

Co., Nebr.

Lee, R. B.

672.L2.

Lee,

" !o.,Pa. : F
157.L2.
transfers, Indian : E 91, 93.

Lane, J. II. : F 685.L.


Lane, Joel

La

Paz, Bolivia:
Co., Mich.:

Lapeer

region: F 2801-3021.

La

Plata

River

Co., Iowa:

Laporte
Larimer

Co., Colo.

Legends.

Rloja, Argentine

Republic:

Salle, R. Cavelier, sieur de

1 a

Mississippi Valley:

Salle Co., ill.: F


\11im.1s

Co., Colo.

aas, Bartolomg
S(

Casas,

L'Assomption
Latin

America

Laudonniere,
1.aureus.

547.L3.
:

782.L3.

da

Bartolome"

de

Co., Quebec.:
"

1:. ";.

Henry:

1401

ins.

River

J. A.:

Lemon.

M.

R.

302.G.L3.

2G0

F
:

Pa.:

154.L.
F

154.L.

Le

Moyne

d'Iberville, Pierre:

T.e

Moyne

de

Lenox

de: aF314.Ii.

Valley.

and

F 122.L

Lemon,

Bienville, J. R.

Co., Midi.

L'Enfant,

1413.

98.F6.

F 157.1.:..

157.L6.

Lenawee

F1054.L2.

American:

Pa.:

Leisler, Jacob:
F352.L-.

472.63.

340.L5.

Indian:

1030.5.

200G.

S.: E

Co..

Lehigh

2056.

186]

59. F6.

Lehigh

La

234. L.

Aboriginal

Legends.

La

In

near.

Islands:

Legare, H.

782.L2.

: F

FG27.L4.

Operations

F 532.L3.

Co., [nd.:

F 317.1.3.

111. : F 547.L5.

Leesburg, Va.:

Valley: F2909.

and

E302.L,

F 273.L.

Lee

572.L3.

Plata

302.6.L4.

works:

Leeward

La

Co..

3341.L3.

Co., Fla.

Joseph : B 415.9.L2.
Lane Co., Oreg.: F 882.L2.
Languages, Indian: PM 1-8000.

E467.1.L39.

E467.1.L4.

Lee

Lane,

2")7.L47.

H.

Lee

258.L.

FG85.

F 202.L4.

E207.LS.

Thomas:

Lee,

F687.L4.

F157.L4.

I). C.

Collected

Lancaster

Land

Park,

Fitzhugh:

R.

F123.L.

constitution, Elans.:

Droit

Lee,

6007.

ll";

F158.68.L4.

W.:

Co.. Pa.:

Lee, Henry:

157.L3.

E.

Lee, Charles:

57.L2.

Co., Vt:

Lancaster

556

r.r"1

207.L22.

John:

U7.L4.

F 547.L4.

Co., Kana:

Lecompton

region, United

school:

I-

Island, Pa.:

Lebanon

Lake

Endian

!o., Pa.

Leavenworth

Lake

115.9.L4.

ill. :

Leavenworth,

868.L2.

Co., Cal.:

E 35! 1.1.L4.
B

.Mississippi scheme:

League

name.

Lake

Lamb,

under

entered

are

significantpari of

:
:

!o., Ark.

Lawrence

Law's

Names

340.L4.

F69.L.

B.

Lawrence

532.L17.

Co., [nd.:

L032.L.

415.9.LS

k
: 1:

587.L2.

Lafontaine, Sir L. B.:

a.:

E97.6.L3.

i T _* 1 12
.

Lafayette Co., Wia


Lagrange

207.L2.

de:

Lafayette, Marquis
Lafayette

162.17.

R. : E

of the Q. a.

adles

587.L1 I.

L060.7.V.

de:

\0.

11

LB7.L17.

de:

x.

Varennes,sieur

P. ";. de

Verendrye,

La

186.

peninsula : F

Labrador

La

f.

I'

,|.ir:

F 1083.L

Montmorency,

1..
F 1 1 1:;"".

V 681 L2

Wilfred

sir

"i"-

P. C:

Co., Ontario:

Leon.

Nuevo

Leon

Co., Fla.:

reyno
F

572.L5.

195.L.
F

de:

1059.L6.
F

317.L5.

1316.

.".72.L.

372.L.

INDEX.
Leonard,

Daniel-

Leonard
Les

Cheneaux
Antilles

Levis,

F.

G., due

Francis:

Lewis.

Morgan
and

Clark

Co..

X.

Lewis

Co., Wash.

592.L.

expeditions

against,

475.76.

Libby prison,
Liberal

Richmond:

Republicans

Licking Co.,

U.

Francis:

Lieber,

Liggon's

2391.L.

JK

Locke,

497.L6.

warehouse

Peru

(City)

Lima,

Peru

(Dept.)

3451.L7.

Dongan,

Lincoln

Co., Kans.

Lincoln

Co., Me.

Lincoln

Co.,

Lincoln

Co., N.

Lincoln

Co., Oreg.

Lincoln

Co., Wash.

Co., Mo.

Linn

Co., Oreg.

Litchfield

Co..

Litchfield

Hills:

I'

I'M

L27.A2.

military prison

102.L6.

battle

I"

of.

1863:

1784.
F 497.L86.

3451.L8.

Argentine

Andes.

Republic (Terrl

2853.

Angeles Co., Cal.: F 86"L"


Co., Va.: F 282 L8
"

'".. Iowa

J., skirmish

Louisiana

War

or

x.

at,

F 627.L"

s.

1."-: i:

L9"
L99.

F 866

380.

1812:

E :".."..",.(:.

war:

Jan.-

261

E 610: ED 565.
Ions : E 470
operal
Military

Civil

241.L7.

2686.L.

F
:

Siege, 1758:

98.L7,

L8.

129.L78.

F 2686.L.
:

Peru:

Louisburg,
Siege, 17

L02.L6.
X.

Y.

475.H7.

Co.. Ohio:

Louisa

L81.L.

Loudoun

Indian:

127.L8.

of. 1776:

Mountain,

toryi

627.L7.

Conn.:

616.L8.

Lorain

Los

--'"*.

Md..

Xaniso

Los

457.4

Y.

Point.

L6pez,

897.L7.

472.L8.

Barbor,
E

Lake.

LoretO,

F 882X7.

E. II.: E

Egg

Long

L231.L.

City. X.

s.

SSL'. I.e.

157.L8.

V.:

Islaial

A.:

ir"2.L.

X.

tions,
constitu-

2321.

Long

Lopez, F.

F
:

127.CS

664.L7.

Island, battle

687.L7.

802.L7.

127.L7.

Y.:

F 272.

X.

Long

472.L7.

F 318L

company:

Lookout

456.

27.L7.

problem,

1778:

157. L7.

F 57,_,.l.s.

X.

JK

Island.

340.L7.

Linn

Little

I"

Y.

Lou-

Lopez, C.

L785.

:;oi,.t;.L7-_'

Guillen:

Lombardo,

207.L6.

Mex.:

Co., Iowa

Liscum,

James

Mo.:

Logan,

457.

Lincoln-Douglas debates:
F.

Lodge,

457.91-99.

Writings:

Lincoln, Benjamin:

L.

O.

party
II. C.

Lookout,

3861-1865:

Administrations,

Liquor

of:

3176.

Abraham:

Lincoln,

Linn

earl

122.D.
Chile:

572.L7.
L

Fundamental

John,

London

3601.

Thomas

res,

Linn,

prison,

612.L7.

Lima,

X.

Co..

Logan Co., Ky.

415.9.L7.

Richmond:

Una

Ky.

Manor,
Llanquihue, Chile:

292.L6.

tobacco

Limerick,

K.:

Co..

Locofoco

I'

1S7'." Ism-:

Livingston

612. L6.

(U. S. hist.) :

Ohio:

1863:

Valley, Cal. : F 868.A3.


Livingston. Philip: E ::ol".c,.L7.

Livingston

621-637.

Co., Ga.

Liberty

region:

Cuba.

s.

DT

forces upon,

Lay

war."

E671.
Liberia

Union

Traverse

Little

Livingston

472.2.1.

party:

277.P3.

U9.L7.

I7t.:ni.

Livingston.

of, 1775:

siege, 1861:

Republican

Liberal

Livingston Co., Mich.

Mo.,

v.:

LIvermore

241.L6.

Lexington,

Little
"

patent, x.

River, S. C.

of

897.L6.

Mass., battle

I^xington,

Advance

127.L6.

Partners'

Rock, Ark.:

Little

Valley:

ami

L.'7.1"s.

Little Peedee

353.1.L5.

Ya.,

Nine

Little

199.L.

River

1H7.L7.

expedition:

Y.

W.

1863:

572.M14.

302.6.L6.

E
E

Miami
F

153.L.

Lewis

de

Lewis,

Lewisbtirg,

Little
802.G9.

2001-2129.

Ellis:

Lewis

Islands:

Lesser

Lewis,

278.L5.

Co., N. Mex.

Wood

IM...

L861 ! H

171. .V,.

INDI.X.

Continued.

Louisiana
civ

ii

Continued.

u.ir

May, 1862:

Sept., 1801

McAllister.

Continued.

Military operations

172.8.

May L863: E 174.1.


Jan.
(Vies burg campaign)
L862

May,

Aug., 1868:
Weal

Apr. May,

i:

L863: H

Jan.

June, 1864

Julj Dec.,
boundary

rndians:
roes:

Lonlaiana

L85.93.L6.
145.L8.

purchase

McDonough,

McDonough

Cal.:

counties
1(17.

Loyal legion: E 462.2.


Loyal publication society: E 463.
E 277.
Loyalists,Revolution:
Canada
: F 1043; F 1058.
Regiments : E '_'77.c".
Robert

Indians

Luisefio

Imlians:

Lundy's Lane,
E

Territory:
Co., Mich.:

Mackinac

region

1006.

572.M14.

572.M16.

1060.7. M.

1032.M.

William:

711.6.

1st

administration, 1897-1901

2d

administration,

1901:

McKinley,

Mount.

Alaska

McKinley

tariff. 1890:

HF

!"12.M2.

1755.

302.6.M138.

415.0.M16.

F711.

660.M.

works:

751.

99.L9.

of, 1S14:

battle

Maclay.

William:

McLean,

John:

302.0.M14.

S02.L9.

340.M2.

547.M16.

Co., 111. : F

McLean

Scotia:

1039.L9.

Co..

Lake.

Pa.:

N. Y.

2.".2.r2.

Matthew:

Nathaniel
Co..

Lyon

Co., Minn.:

Iowa

J. H.:

McLennan

Co..

157.L8.
:

E
:
;

302.0.L9.

M.

1032.M.

1S5.M.

T.

124.M.

392.M2.

McNairy

Co., Tenn.:

443.M15.

Macomb.

Alexander:

353.1.M3.

Macomb

Co.. Mich.

Macon.

Nathaniel:

Macon.

Ca..

Macon

Co., Mo.
Co., X.

107.1.L9.

Macon

627X9.

Macoupin

612.L9.

McRee.

262

Tex.:

J. V.:

McMahon,

127. W2.

391.M.

Alexander:

McMahon,

Lycoming Co., Pa.: F l.~,7.L9.


Lynchburg campaign, 1864: E 476.65,
HV
6455-6469.
Lynching of negroes:
Lynde, Benjamin : F 07. L.

Lyon

MacLeary,

McLeod,

Va.

Caverns.

Lnzerne

L.

Mackinac

Maclay, Samuel:
Maclay, W. B.

1655.

Co., Nova

Luzerne

Lyon.

157.M2.

356.L9.

Lunenburg
Luray

;iF

Mex.

\.

W.

127. S26.

547.M14.

Alexander:

Collected

Florida,

302.6.M13.

497.L9.

of

302.6.M12.

Co., Pa.:

McKinley,

621.L.

Ohio:

Lucayan
Co..

Y.

X.
E

Co., 111.: F

Mackenzie

Delaware:

the

on

Mount,

Mackenzie.

1246.

invasion

314.

McKenzie,
F

868.F8.

claim:

Thomas:

McKean

868.L8.

353.1.M2.
547.M13.

139.M.

James:

McKean.

F 737.G5.

Gregor,

McHenry

F672.L8.

185.L.

1033.M.

Thomas:

McGarrahan-Gomez

McHenry,

E 333.

Lower

Luna

J. A.:

Co., 111.: F

1817:

Valley, Nebr

California, Mexico:

Co.,

E 467.1.M28.

Lake, Mont.

177.1.

Spain:

233.

i:

sir

477.8.

Lowell, C. B.: E 467.1.L6.

Lucas

467.1.M2.

McGregor,

rx)wer

Lucas,

124.M.

McGregor,

Mount,

B.:

McDonald,

78.L8.

Loup River and


Liowe, E. L.

P. H.:
c.

176.8.

New

182.M.

McCarren,

with

358.1.M15.

McClellan,

167.1.M17.

McGill, A. T.: F

Slavery:

B. V.

MacDonald,

1249.

Lou,..

1^'"'i

June, L865:

Jan.

Macaulay,

175.4.

McArthur,

McCrea, .lane:
McCulloch, Ben:

iv,':'-:

iTi. is.

May

Ancient

175.2.

Robert

Duncan

572.M2.
302.6.M17.

military prison:
:

C.

472.M2.
F

262.M2.

Co., 111.: F 547.M1"

William

353.1.M37.

E 612.ML

ixdp:x.
B.

Madden.

M.

.Madeira

River, Rrazil

Madero,

F.

Madison,

546.M.

I. : F

James

Madison

Co., 111. : F

Madison

Ind.

Co.,

Madison

"'""..

Madison

Co., Mont.

Madison

('"".. X.

Madison

Co.. Ohio

Eowa

Maricopa

627.M18.

Marie

7:i7.M2.

Marietta

497.M14.

Magallanes, chile: F
Magdalena, Colombia
Magellan.

Ferdinand.

IVrnao

Magellan,

Straits of

Co., Iowa

Mahican

Indians:

Valley:

and

Indian

war,

(Battleship),

Makah

Co.,

Malleco,

Chile:

S.

Hill, battle

R., jr. :

of,

Co., Cal.:

Co.,

S.

halt

Manassas.

2d

battle,1862:

1861

Co.,

Manatee

River, Fla.:

473.68.

1'. 172

1^.

17.-:.77.

317.M2.

and

Marshall

Oolo.

Valley,

Miss.:

Bay, battle of,

IV is;

717.7.

263

t.

547.M34.
632.M6.

F
F

r,-JT..MI.

347.M3.

M.

L.

Maryland

of

War

with

l".mi:".

L90.
263.M3.

1812:

war:

2081.

176

War

586.M.

I [aland)

Garcia

359.6 M-.

Mexico:
E 612;

L09.5.M2,

i:

operations:

Apr.-. Inly. 1863


isf.i

Mar..

170.2
17- .1.

L862:

Mar.-Sept, 1862:
Sept- Nov., L862:

99.M2.

2467.M3.

332.M3.

Co..

An-.,

302.6.M

Iowa

Military

782. M7.

2427.M3.

Vineyard : F 7'_'.M."".
Joseph: F 230.M.

Civil

317.M2.

U77AI:;.

L83.7.M.

Revolution:

457.M2.

Manatee

Fla.

sr,s.M4.

Co..

Martinique:
:

Valley:

and

G. P.:

Martin.

664.M25.

If.

277.M2.

1884.
: F
Maroons, Jamaica
Marquette, Jacques: F 1030.2.
In Mississippi Valley: F 352.M.
Marquette Co., Mich.: F 572.M33.

Martin

of. 1862

497.M3.

C.

Guiana:

Martin.

ss:2.M2.

1st

Manila

Mariposa

Martha's

Marlboro

Marshall

Manassas.

Indians:

Co., S. C.

398.

Cave:

Mandan

Marion

I.

627.M3.

472.M3.

Co., Ind.:

Mammoth

River

Co., Mo.:
Co., Ohio:

111.: F

3196.

Malvern

Marion
Marion

Co..

I "eslruction

532.M

Marshall

99.M19.

Oreg.:

Mallory,

Mancos

Co., Iowa:

Marshall

721.6.

Indians:

Malheur

Ind.:

Marion

1.

511.

Co..

Ala.:

war:

1S98:

Marion

317.M3.

547.M3.

Co.,

263.M

war:

Co.,

111.: F

River

207.M3.

Marshall

83.72.

1722-17l'i;: E

Revolution:
Aroostook

Marion

Fla.:

Marshall, John:

16-30.

Co..

Marsh.

99.M18.

Indians:

F -1'."7.M2.

157.M3.

497.M18.

868.M3.

Marion

Dutch

F 2076.

rndies:

Francis:

Maroni

627.M2.

99.M12.

River

Pennsylvania

Maine

Magalhaes,

3191.

Co., Ohio:

Mahoning
Mahoning

Civil

Sec

de.

Mahaska

Maine:

(State):

2281.M2.

Maidn

3180.

2546.

541.M3.

war:

M7.M3.

3231.M37-46.

I.I"

Co., Cal.:

Marion,

420.M2.

Wesl

college:

Marin

celebration:

Brazil:

Galante,

civil

127.M2.

57.M3.

2571.

Co., Ariz.: F

Maffltt,J. N. : E 467.1.M35.
Magalhaes, Fernfio de: G 286.M2;
G

Vt.

Brazil

"T.M2.

258.M.

River.

119.35.

782.E3.

Wis.

Co..

Marafion

Columbus

Madrid,

Mansfield, Mount,

532.M2.

74. M3.

54T.M2.

Y.:

Colo.:

572.M3.

i"";;.:,.

Maranhao.

1061

202.M2.

Charles:

Manly.

302.M.

works:

Co., Ga.

ManitOWOC

365-370.

Madison

Co., Mich.:

Manitou,

1809-1817

; E

Manistee

Manitoba
Mounds:

342.

341-349

Collected

2546.

12M4.M.

Administrations,
E

E
B

172.6.

173.7.
174.6.

[NDEX.
Marj land

"

civil

Ma.

Continued.

Militaryoperation! " 'ontlnued.


Nov.. L862 Jan., L868: E 174.8.
it.".3

Jan. June, L868: E

ml-.

May Aug., 1864:


Aug. Dec., L864 :

476.6.

ITT.::.

L865

June,

El

Maryland

Meacham,

L862:

Sept..

174.61.

loyalistsregiment:

Maryland

277.6.M2.

Mascouten

Indians
Indians:

Mashpee

B 99.M3.

99.M4.

Mason,

A.

Mason,

Albert

Masmi.

George: E 302.6.M45.

Mason.

J. M.

G. G.:
R.

182.M.
467.1.M4.

Mecklenburg
Mecklenburg

Co.,

Mecosta

Mich.:

Wash.:

Meeker

Co., Minn.:

Mason

Co., Mich.:

Meenahga,

Mason

Co., Wash.:

42.R7.

Co., 111.: F

Massac

Massachusetts:

of

War

ceded,

1812:

battle

Memminger,

C.

309.

from, 1820: F24.

Civil

war

E 78.M

Negro

1845:

Negroes:

1'

company

Ten

Massachusetts

lina.
Caro-

Townships,

X.

Y.

Matanzas,

Cuba

Co., Mich.:

Menominee

Indians:

Menominee

River

572.M52.

Wisconsin:

483.M.

Cotton:
Increase:

Mathews.

Matson,

V t'.T.M.
r

314.

99JM44.

Valley:

and

:""-T.M.".

C. F.:

340.M5.

Mercer.

Hush:

207.M5.

Mercer.

Fort.

X.

F67.M.

George:
Myron

Mercer,

F 1811-1819.

Mather,

F 572.M5.

(Province):

Mather.

E340.M4.

Aviles, Pedro:

de

Menominee

F "iT.

127.T6.

Nathaniel:

Massie.

South

185.93.M3.

Slavery: E445.M4.
Massachusetts
Bay

2911.

H.:

P.

Menendez

273.

ince)
(Prov-

Republic

Argentine

726.M4.

Menefee,
in

F S6S.M5.

Cal.:

Co..

Mendoza,

I.

of,

citizens

war:

645.

Lake, region: F57.M5.

Co., 111.: F547.M5.

Menard

513.

Spanish-American

B415.9.M4.

Indians:

127.TJ4.

B642.

E359.5.M3.

separated

E356.M5.

F1054.M5.

Mendocino
Maine

Y.:

of:

G.

day:

Quebec:
1787:

F612.M3.
X.

Memphremagog,

B263.M4.

lands

F897.S7.

F49T.Mr".

Meigs, Fort,

Confederate:

F61-75.

Revolution:
Western

Ohio:

Mount,

Memorial

547.M4.

I'uited

B98.M4.

Indian:

Co.,

Massabeslc, Lake:

the

E491.

Lake.

Medina

grant, X. II.: F .""T.

E215.9.

of honor
war:

and

Mason's

I.

572.M4.

Legion of

Co., III.: F 547.M37.


897.M4.

itt."":

E181.M.

Mason

F262.M4.

F 232.M

Va.:

honor

Medicine,

572.M36.

C:

N.

resolutions,

Co..
of

881.M.

Mason

Mexico;

467.1.M38.

\\\

rr. F.:

Medical

157.B7.

of

Co.,

Civil

line: F

L43.M4.

Mecklenburg

Medals

415.9.M2.

Dixon's

Meade,

States:

70.M.

emperor

B.:

-\.

Meade,

Medal

302.6.M43.

M.:

U5.9.M8.

Tenn.:

F 1 135.

Meagher,

campaign,

I.

i_"::::.

Mayas:

iTT.d.

Valley : V 197.M

l". B.:
Co..

1'

445.M3.

and

F532.M62,

Maximilian,

Negroes: E L85.93.M2.
Slavery

Indiana

F2676.

3201.

I'

River

Maumee

176.2.

Jan. Apr.. L864:

Jan.

lie, Chile:

Maury,
Maury

Aug., 1868 : K 175.6.


Dec, L888: E 475.7.

June

Grosso, Brazil

M.-ii to

kmtlnued.

war

374.M.

F 154. M.

Mercer

Co..

X.

Mercer

Co..

Pa.

Meiver

(-o.. W.

Meredith.

264

J., battle

241. Mo.

W.

J.:
:

Va.:
M.

142.Mr".

157.M5.

21T.M5.

415.9.M5.

of.

1TTT

INDEX.
Mlnlslnk

region,

Minnesota

tadlnn

Spanish American
[ndlans

B T^

Mlnnetonka,

Lake,
of 1863

men

Miquelon

N.

Illinois:
Iowa

.Minnesota

Louisiana

Argentine

185.62.

tory) : F 2916.
to Brazil:

awarded

Ridge,

Missionary

of N.

A.:

River

Vermonl
Mississippi
Civil

443.M0.

587.M63.

and

1864

See

also

names

74. M6.

Mounds:

1S65:

477.1.

of

states.

Mississippi Valley, Upper:

336-350.

Missoula

516;

568.

1863

(Soul

in

North)

470.6-.8.

1862:

173.5.

(South) .May. 1862-May,


1863:

i:

174.1.

475.2.

175.4.

Aug.-Oct, 1863:
Oct-Dec., 1863:

475.8.

475.9.

1864:

476.1.

May-Nov., 1864:

476.8.

.Ian. Apr..

Nov..

1864-Jan., 1865:

Jan.-June.

1865

1861

Nov..

.uth) May-Dec., 1863:


E

1861:

May-Nov..

1862:

Indians:

471.57.

472.2.

74.M65.

185.93.M7.

Slavery:

445.M67.

compromise

Repeal

477.5.

Iowa

477.0.

Kansas:

266

of:
River
F

473.1.

473.8.

474.9.

720. MS.

373.

433.
and

027. M66.
F

war:

Mounds:

Missouri

685.

470.4;

78.M8.

Negroes:

Missouri

1862-Dec., 1S63:

Spanish-American
E

569.

470.8.

Feb.-May.

Apr.-Nov.,

174.4.

Jan.-Aug., 1863:

Nov., 1861-Apr., 1862

North) June, 1862-Jan.,


ist;:::

517:

operations:

Military
E

Juno.

war:

472.8.

Mar,

737.M6.

troubles, 1S54-1860

Civil

1861-May,

597.

461-475.

Kansas

171.:52.

Sept,

1862:

Co., Mont.:

Missouri

396.

57.F8.

i:

477.8.

470.4;

476.3.

July-Dec., 1864
Jan.-June,

Valley:

Mississippi Valley, Lower:

Jan..

operations:

470.8.

1054.M6.

F 351-354.

war

9S.MG.

99.M68.

Military operations:

347.M6.

472.M6.

war:

Wisconsin:

Civil

1054.B8.

612.M5.

Jan.-June,

"'"".. Quebec:

Missisquoi

377..M6.

Tennessee:

1030.7-.8.

Indians:

Missisquoi

.Missouri:

864.

France:

Mlsslsauga

157.M6.

Military

[ndlans

California

Mississippi Valley:

of, 1863:

battle

175.97.

i:

Missions,

New

870.M6.

buildings, Cal.:

Mission

2626.

11 7.MO.

."17. M-

Mississippi:
(Terri-

Itepublic

Valley:

627.M64.

F 2323.M.
E

and

373.

854.

Kentucky:

Miscegenation, Negro:

Pari

River

K 493.9.

Francesco:

Mlslones,

Arkansas:

1 170.

Miranda,

612.H5.

r,:i7.

853

F 127.TJ4.

v.:

I.

69.M.

It. :

Mississippi

Valley : F 612.M

.Minn.

Lake,

navigation :

of

Sources

74.M5.

Minnewaska,

Minot, G.

726.M7.

war:

864.

B51

125.

TC

.ionics:

r.

River and

Minnesota

.Minute

River:

Mississippi
EC B3.86.

1868:

1862

war,

Mounds:

L85.93.M6.
Negroes :
Slavery: B 445.M6.

W 667.M6.

E 515.

war:

74.M55.

615.

V 601

Civil

Mounds:

: V 61 l.M

Co., S. Dak.:

Minnehaha

Continued,

-ippi

121 i

v.:

\.

Minneapolis, Minn.

6S7.M0.

Valley: F 598.

INDEX.
Missouri

and

River

Valley

Missouri

4T2.M7.

Montana

737.M7.

North

Dakota:

South

Dakota

Misti, Peru

642.M6.

657.M7.

(Volcano)

O.

Mitchell

Co., Iowa:

M.

Miwok

[ndians:

Mobile

Bay, Ala.:

campaign, 1865:

Mobile

Co., Ala.:

Mobile

District.

W.

Modoc

Indians:

E99.M7.

Modoc

war,

Mohave

F
Mohawk

Valley, Ariz.:

Lake,

Molly

N.

Y.

Maguires,

Money.

E 83.87.

Montgomery
Montgomery

Co., Tenn.

Montilla.
Y.

Monica
Monitor

Montrose

Co., Colo.

Monts,

I'ien-e

Monmouth

Co..

aE

Moody,
:

F868.L8.
battle

West

Monongalia

Moore,

Alfred:

Moore's

Creek

Va.:

Collected

Moorhead,
.Moor's

F247.M7.

James,

Monroe.

1799

Monroe

Co., Ind.

Monroe

Co.,

Iowa:

Monroe

Co..

Mich.:

Monroe

Co., N.

Monroe

Co., Pa.:

Monroe

Co.,

Monroe

doctrine

Montana
Indians:

1870:

Morelos

99.M9.

:
:

265.M8.

159.B6

E
F

L84.M8
258.M.
F

Pavon,

199.M.

i:

267

Kentucky

ond

F572.M8.

J.

M.

T.:

1811.
1"

1232 M

207 M8.

.7. II.

First

295318.

J. M.:

m.

E78.M9.

Co., Mich.:

in, Daniel

125.

J. de:

118

8451

Morelos, Mexico

i:

L.

1'

States:

Morehead,

L27.M6.

region: W 27.M8.

Pern:

Pennsylvania

726-740.

Montcalm-Gozon,

charity BChool

Carolina

United

F587.M7.
.1X1

415.9.M"

Indians:

North

340.M7.

F 157.M6.

Wis.:

241.M8

Pake

Georgia

F572.M7.
:

N. C, battle of,

Moravians

F627.M8.

Y.

L67.1.M82

97.6.M5.

Moquegua,

F 532.M7.

258.M.

K.

Indian

Moravian

E302.M.

works:

J.

Moosehead

247.M6.

Co., W.

Bridge
i:

177U:

E
F

278.M8.

F142.M7.

J.:

Monroe, James, pres. U. 8.: 10372.


Administrations, 1817 1825: E 37L

Montcalm

Alexander:

157.M58.

Virginia :

de:

3095.M.

James:

Moore.

E241.M7.

1778:

Bieur

P 2

Indies:
F

tween,
be-

Monocacy, battle of, 1864: E 176.66.


Monongahela River and Valley:
F

Guast,

West

Manuel

F27.M7.

2.
17:'..

of,

N.

782.M8.

I'

de

1054.M8.

157.M8.

1030.M.

Merriniac,
1862:

2324.M.

127.U4.

Montserrat,

battle

Monmouth,

F443.M"

F232.M7.

F817.Y9.

region, Cal.

and

F157.M7.

Co., Quebec :F

Co., Pa.:

Island, Me.:

Bay

Mariano:

Montour

Montt,

Monhegan

Me

F497.M7.

HV6452.P4.

Pa.:

of

F127.M7.

Co., Va.:

E98.M7.

Indian:

Y.

X.

"'u.. Pa.:

Montmorency

P1466.M.

Luis:

Molina,

Montgomery
Montgomery

127.M55.

Mohonk,

Mexico:

12

Co., Ohio:

N.

of

emperor

Co..

Valley,

and

II.

1219; F

Montgomery

E99.M8.

River

emperor

1219.

301.

E99.M77.

[ndians:

Mohawk

-177.94.

1872-1873:

2781.

Co., Colo.: F782.M7.


Montgomery, Richard : E207.M7.
Montgomery, Sir Robert : I i
Co., 111.: F547.M7.
Montgomery
F627.M83.
Montgomery
Co., Iowa:
""o.. Cans.:
F687.M7.
Montgomery
F 187.M7.
Co., Md.:
Montgomery

476.85.

Fla.:

40"M7.

B68.M7.

: P

Montezuma

332.M6.

Indians:

Mohawk

3451.M8.

I.

332.M5.

Mobile

Montezuma

702.N8.

99.M69.
F

Montezuma
F

627.M7.

in. 1864:

I inns

Montevideo:
F

467.1.M6.

Mitehel.

Opera

of, 1846:

battle

Co., CaL

rey

reservation, Okla.

Missouria

Monterey,

872.M6.

Nebraska:

Continued.

"

raid.

.Inly. 1862.

174.82.

Kentucky
174.75.

raid,

1862 1868

[NDEX.
J. H

Morgan,
,1

'

lonl Inued.

Kentm

u,

Morlllo

Co.,

III.:

Co.,

in.i.

664.M7.

Mountain

whites

F .M7..MS.

Mowal.

632.M8.

Mormon

settlement, Utah

Mormons

" "

!hurcb

Charles:

Morris.

Gouverneur:

Morris,

li.

Morris.

Robert

Island.

L863:

operations

('..

Jeremiah:

Morrow.

Mori,

war:

o.

,n.

Morton.

P.:

Camp,
prison

Mortuary

Hills.

I"

Mott,

Aboriginal

1509.M9.

Mutiny

William:

B 449.M.

207.M86.

Xames.

547.M9.

73 -7 I.

Xant

Indian

7.". 71.

Xa

Mount

of mountains

Mount

Mount

497. M0.
702.M9.

Ontario:

region. Ontario:

British, in the

colouies:

215.4.
Indian:

0S.R3.

arc

beginning with
entered

under

aiflcant part of name.


Desert Island:
F 27. MO.

268

Indian:

98.N2.

Co., Va.

ticket. Island

of: F

232.X2.
72X2.

Co., Mass.. F 72.X2.


Co., Cal.: F 868.N2.

mucker

Napa
word

572.Mli.

1059.M9.

Nansemond

builders

Names

241.M9.
F

of, L776:

battle

Moultrie Co., 111.:

Mich.

1059.MS8.

act.

98JM9.

Okla.:

Lake
F

1529.M9.

56.

District.

Muskoka

363.

Co., Ohio

Mythology,

Lucretia

Fort,

Mounds,

Muskogee
F

882.W3.

27.M95.

046.

Co.,

98.M8.

L529.M9.

Moultrie.

Mound

627. M0.

Indian:

Co..

Muskoka

Oreg.:

Moultrie

can:
Ameri-

59.M8.
Indian:

702.M84.

289.

war:

Muskegon
Muskingum

Reservation, Nicaragua:

Mrs.

l sc^

12.3.M.
:

Me.:

Music, Indian:

616.M8.

1812:

of

Museums.

506.M.

Mosquitia, Honduras:
p
Mosquito Indians:
Mosquito

1 sou

Historical

War

664.M85.

Mortuary customs,
Mosier

July,

30G.M.

lands.

Revolution:

Civil

customs,

aF

Co., Iowa

Museums.

Indianapolis, military
E

of,

campaign,

A.. aF

Muscongus

340.M83.

621.

444.11*.

474.34.

II. C.

Muscatine

aB

L. P.: aB

ou,

Co., Ohio: P HIT. MS.


Morrow
Co., Oreg. : P 882.M8.
Mortality and health statistics
Civil

207. MOG.
0I2.M0.

Co., Okla.

Murrell, J.

Morrow

Morton.

474.77.

Murray

L42.M8.

S.

210.

school:

475.63.

612.M9.

surrender

Murfreesborough

Murphy,

Co., X. J.:

and

at

1862:

97.6.M6.

i:

Mollis

Action

340.M8.

Indian

Minn..

302.6.M7.

302.6.M8.

Morris, Thomas:

826.
V

8319.

Murfreesborough, Tenn.

335.M.

V.: aB

L058.M.

Glacier, Wash.:

Muir

Booth:

.1. I'. ";.

MulilcnlM.tr.

853.1.M8.

Morris,

Morris

B.

i :

the

of

Indians:

332.G4.

Moylan, Stephen : E 207. Mit.


Mucury colony, Brazil: F 2681.

P 826.

664.M8.

park, Waah.:

Co., Minn.:

Moxo

826.

L859:
:

202.11ft

massarre:

Oliver:

Sir

Mower

2324.M.

rebellion, 1867

Morrill. J. S.

V;i.

Lake,
Meadows

0.:

i".

national

Mountain

Mormon

Morris.

1 "KM !

June,

Morlllo, Pablo:

Rainier

Mountain
E

Pleasant,

Mount

P 897.R2.

171

Morgan, J. T.

Mount

18.

"
"

raid, Maj

u.\

i:

an

Indiana,

Kentucky,

in

(lllin. LSI

and

E
Narraganset Indians:
Narragansett Bay region:

00.X16.

Narragansett

country:

S2.

Narraguagus

Valley. Me.:

87.N2.

27. W3.

INDEX.
Personal.

Narratives,

See

Personal

Naval

veterans, National

Panfilo

Narvaez,

de:

Francis:

Nash,

Nashville, Tenn.
Southern

of, 18G4

Nassau

Co.,

Y.

N.

River

Natches

897.Y18.

341.

National

of

naval

National

of
1812

of

the

the
:

society of

Negro

insurrections

Negro

plot,N.

Negro

regiments, Civil

colonial

Naugatuck

JK

party:

River

and

dames

New

York

Naval

battles.

Naval

biography

For

special,

Revolution:
War

of

War

with

Civil

war:

1ST 2:

Naval

also

1 s2.

: B

war:

Tl'7.

Nevada

also

mtario

i :

725.5.

l'

1059.^ i.

Valley,

and

N.

B. :

Cis7.NI.

Bee

p. 165.

Mitch,

Republic: F 2921.

Argentine

trade, American.

Civil

(General

war:

V 683

L800 1810:

336.

Neutrality proclamation, L798: D 318.

Wars.

States

iolonies in America.

Neutral

societies

United

"

i:
war:

Kans.
"

540.N3; E 585

1044.N7.

Neuquen,
410.

L28.9.N3.

Nel uerlands

Bee

360.

585.N3.

185.

269

CO., Kans.

591.

Spanish-American
See

States:

army

i:

Lake,

271.

Mexico

1921-1929.

Nepisiguil River
Ness

153.

111

City: aF

Co..

Battles.

history. United

Naval

Spanish-American

Valley, Conn.:

(General): B 182.
.Military biography.

sec

2803.
6469.

II T.

2341.

99.N3.

Sec

192.9.

L789 v..

Revolution

331.6.

2701
6455

I". S.

states:

Neplgon,
E

war:

1781-1788.

Stales

Nemaha

Indians

I 17.

128.4.

548.9.N3.

Cuba

United

F 102. N2.
Navaho

Iiv

in

Chicago:

2391.N.

States

: l"

LC

Slavery

civil

American

Y.

trade:

Slave

of

186.4.
United

153.

States:

Confederal''

1812:

of

daughters

1886.

Citizenship: JK

157.C85.

society of the

is.".7.

185.65.

Suffrage: JK

road:

America

Lynching:

soldiers

National

emancipation

160.

199.

Negro

351.2.

Education

progressive party: JK

Native

crime

-I'll.

parks:

National

Fori

Negro

160.
E

National

of

78.N3.

Negroes

National

National

Necessity.

195.

of:

convention
War

of

401.3.

war:

interments:

the

ans
veter-

of veterans

cemeteries:
of

518.

war:

United

capital, location

Rolls

Civil

civil

661-675.

Nebraska:

Jamaica:

war

462.5.

Mexican

National

621.

association

National

Florida

civil

of

association

National

83.716.

aE

nurses:

Wash.

West

association

National

232. S7.

Pa.,

541.N2.

war:

"i":

1296.

Hall, Nazareth,

Nazareth

enforcement

Nayaril, .Mexico:

90.N2.

171 G:

with,

laws,

215.1.

Negro churches

Indians

War

Valley,

of

1796-1799:

1991

Indians:

district

Natchez

Navigation

127.N2.

and

F
Natchez

423.

317.X:5.

insurrection

Turner's

Nat

Navassa

1S50

1059.N3.

Co., Fla.

France,

with

war

E323.

477.52.

Bahamas:

Nassau

Naval

444. N2.

convention,

Battle

Nassau,

125.N3.

207.N2.

association:

162.5.

]":

narratives.

ED 182.

Nevada

2G9

836

B50

war:

Co., CaL:

519.
r

368 v..

i\in:x

Ublon
Sen

Amsterdam

New

Bern, N. 0.

\.

8"

Brunswick,
r

Peb.

Newbern.

"

!anadn

"

Castle Co., Del.: F 172.N5.

New

England

i:

Blavery:

New

78.N65.

Slavery:

445.N55.

Netherland

of

association
of 1812:

Indian

soldiers

England emigrant aid

New

British colonies, 1689-

Conflicts with

L96

199.

Explorations of Great
New

Hampshire:
civil

war:

Hampshire

New

Hanover

520.

Co., N. C.
Conn.:

Haven,

New

Ha

New

Haven

~"~2.

262.N5.

of 1812:

War

Civil

River

New

Sweden:

New

York

w"r:

with

Civil

war:

78.N6.

445.N54.

Mounds:

(Loyalist regiment)

New

New

Co.. Va.

Kent

New

London

New

Madrid.
r.

Now

New

Civil
Xew

17315,
engagement

791

Pe

New

expedition, 1843

390.

Newaygo

Occupation

Mexico:

of.
E

in

War

Newbern,

with

405.2.

Battle

270

726.N5.

of the

city of New

3800-3829.

LI)

E541.N5.

Co..

N. Y.

128.
of

convention

state

the

of

of

War

the
1812:

351.28.

York

war:

185.93.N56.

soldiers
E

409.5.N6.

445.N56.

College

York

at, 1864:

176.64,

Santa

523.

74. X5.

war:

York

New

Va..

35D.r,.Nn.

7S.X7.

102.N7.

Mo., operations at, 1862:

Mexico:

Texan

York:

on

309.

1787:

ceded,

Mexico:

York.

232.N3.

Co.. Conn.:

Market,
E

Negroes:
Slavery:

277.6.N5.

colony
167.

Spanish-American

726.N4.

83.655.

263.X6.

1S12

Dutch

1664:

lands

War

116-130.

of 1655

of

232.

239.

uprising

of

Slavery:

volunteers

War

Indians:

Jersey

(State)

Western

Indians:

New

Revolution:

521.

128.

17S3

Conquest

359.5.N4.

Spanish-American

167.

occupation. 1776

York

1659.X3.

786.

(City)

Indian

102.N5.

68.

232.X5.

Evacuation,
New

472.".

Valley: P 247.N5.

Southwest:

Bahamas

and

New

263.N5.
E

war:

New

98

97.

E356.N5.

colony :F

Delaware,

Co., Conn.: P
Jersey: P 131-1 15.

Revolution

Providence,

241.N5.

colony

veil

Plymouth

New

104.N6.

F
E

1770:

Invasion.

Now

British

Grants:

379.N5.

of, 1S15:

Virginia

263.N4.

New

New

region:

31^5.

Revolution:

New

Lake

551

I'

167.

.663.

River:

Connecticut

on

Battle

L030.

1763:

Sweden

Occupation of, 1861

Prance:

122.1.

company:

685.

122

83.655

Orleans:

New

New

wars

Posts

351.27.

of New

Conquest

145.N5.

of the War

Now

78.N5.

England

Indians:

of

War

B 357.6.

Indians:

E47"3.

173.4.

Sept.,1862 May. L863: B 171.1.


May-Dec., 1863: E 475.4.

15.

: I' 1

opposition to

1812:

B 47156.

Peb.-Sept, 1862: E

New

Pederallsl

1861

Ji

June, L861 -Feb.,1862:

1044.5.

mil

i: 522; B 571
operations : E 470.0.

Military

128.4.

Continued,

Mexico
Civil war:

187

New

084.

of

university, Hall
176.6.
Vo.. Mich.:
N.

572.N5.

C.

of, Mar..

1862:

473.34.

fame:

INDEX.
Newbern,

C.

N.

Expedition
B

476.23.

S. C.

Co.,

Newberry

District, S. C.

Newburgh

addresses:

Newburgh

Bay,

Newcastle

Co., Del.

Newfound

Newport

Co., R.
Co., Ind.

24 .5.

Niagara

Falls:

Niagara

Falls

F1059.N48.

F127.N8.

Niagara

peninsula, Ontario

Niagara

River

region: F

M.

Noah,

127. NO.

M.

Slavery:

145.N8.

X. Y.

Co.,

E 125.N6.

Co., Mo.:

Nodaway
Nome.

Nootka

Sound,

Nootka

Sound

Dakota:

Penn,

Pa.:

North

Platte

River

Va.

Co.,

Norfolk

Co., Va.

Norse

North

Northeastern

F1089.N8.

Northern

Atlantic

Discovery

355.4.

E473.64.

F72.N8.

105.

Virginia, Army
In America

Northwest,

Dept

Apr.

170.2.

105.

157.1

597.

Canadian:

Nov..

271

572.N8.

1'

of:

Co., Pa.:

Northwest,

106.

L57.N7.

Mich.:

peninsula,

Northern

101-135.

; V

Liberties,Pa.: F 158.68.N8.

Northwest

E 31-50.

cuasi

Co., Pa.

72.B7.

boundary disputes : I
boundary of U. S.: F 551;

Northumberland

F232.N8.

Northern

Northmen

E 71-99.

Aborigines:

767.N8.

5117.

Northern

1813:

discovery of America
America:

672.N8.

shore, Mass.

1768-

234.N8.

Valley:

and

shore, 111.: F 548.68.N7.

Mass.:

645.

North

of, 1862:

Norfolk

3930

North

against.

Occupation

LD

F472.N7.

controversy, 1789-1790

Expedition

726.N8.

Point, battle of, 1814: E 356.B2.


F 72.P7.
River, Mass.:

F 10S9.N8.

Norfolk.

158.68.N78.

North

Northampton

C.

B.

477.7.

North

E 215.3.

1769:

North

agreements,

Non-importation

176.9.
177. -J.

612.N7.

F912.N7.

Cape:

631

Wyoming:

F702.N8.

Co., Minn.

Nobles

E
E

586.N8.

war:

North

F532.N6.

Okla.:

University :

Carolina.

B335.N.

Co., Ind.:

Noble

127.D8.

'

Noble

B476.5.

177.6.

78.N74.

1765.

3949.

99.N7.

1864:

Civil

da

May-June,
June-July.
1865:

174.5.

175.5.

E475.7.
:

1864

Indians:

North

patent.

Marco

1864

1030.15.

Indians:

Nizza,

F1059.N5.

TC.

1863:

Jan.-Apr..

Feb.-June, L865:
Spanish-American war:

1059.N5.

1863:

Aug.-Dec.,

E 472.5.

E 473.3.

1862:

-An-.

Jan..

F 1521-1537.

Partners'

Nipmuc

Victoria:

Q3.

Nicollet, J. N.

E 471.54.

1862:

Aug.-Dec., L864

Queen

park,

canal

1861:

ISGl-Jan..

June

F127.N5.

Co., Ontario:

Y.

470.6;

F.

170.65.

Aug.,

199.

Niagara

E359.5.N7.

Jan.-.May.

E S3.877.

309.

524; E 573.

i:

.Military operations:

89.N5.

1S77:

Co., N.

Nine

L812:

war:

E99.N5.

Niagara

Nicaragua

of

Civil

17^7

Aug., 1862-June, 1863

war,

Lands

Jan.-Aug.,

Perces

Ontario:

ceded,

Western

532.N5.

Nez

Nicaragua

263.N8.

Indians:

F 1059.

265.

War

F42.G7.

F251

F87.N5.

Perces

Fort:

Carolina

Castle.

New

851.

1213.

I.:

Nez

Niagara,

See

N. H.

I.: F 82; F

R.

Newport,

F127.0S.

Y.:

F 1121-11

277.N5.

Revolution:

E255.

N.

Lake,

Newfoundland

North

277.N5.

Newberry

Continued.

"

GB

Kiwis;

1864:

on,

America

Pacific coasl

1862:

Dec

474.52.

Attack

Newton

North

Continued.

"

from.

of the

L0(

V
"

D. s. Army)

Nov., L862: E 173.8.


1862-Dec, 1863: E

I7i.:".

INDEX.
Old

Northwest,

Revolution
[ndlan

17WS

I 0

Oglethorpe, J. B.: F 289.

[mllana

H 78.N77.

1848:

B80.
F 854.

Civil

of

pany

""

"

!anada

passage

Territories, Canada

1812

campaigns,

Northwestern

: !"'1060.

1813:

D 355.2-4.
Indians,

Northwestern
1790
Northwestern

states

.".mt.

78.N8

Indians:

83.79.

1798:

with,

wars

1036

Ruble,

Viscaya

Leon, Mexico

Nuevo

Mexico:

Neuvo

reyno

Nuevo

Santander

Ohio

Co., Ind. : F 532.03.


Co., W. V".: F 247.03.

Ohio

River

'i\ il

and

263.N9.

1'

Valley:

I"

183.

516-520.

532.04.

457.03.

497.03.

Pennsylvania
state

1""7.B2.

Mexican

of

association

Valley: F 516-520.

ohio

800.
:

Alvar:

vaca,

M5?

Okanogan
Oklahoma

war

1". 621.

78.04.

regions, Pa.:

Oil

625.

357.03.

Co., Wash.:
F

Civil

(General):

operations

470.4.

Indians:
.

230.5.

war

Military
1296.

384.3.

de

Civil

1356.

Military operations:
1316.

897.04.

691-705.

war

Military operations:
Feb.

1861

-May.

E
E

470.0.
171.."7.

May-Nov., 1861 : E 172.2.


1861-May, 1862: E
Apr.-Nov., 1862: E 47
Nov..
1862-Dec., 1863: E
B 78.15; B 78.045.
Indians:
F 1509.04,
Olancho, Honduras:
Nov..

Co., Mich.

Oakland
i.

Oberlln
Civil

Mexico:

Ocean
Oceana

1321.

U51-4179.

541.02.

O'Brien, Jeremiah:
O'Brien, M. J. : F
O'Brien

Co., rowa

Co., Mich.

P.:

207.013.

Old

L24.0.

Co., N. J.:
anor, M.

572.02.

college:LD
war:

war

101.36.

veterans:

Galicia

de

Confederate:

Of associates:

Ohio:

125.N9.
(

to, 171!*: F 517.

Ohio

Ohio

799

Nullification: E

Nurses.

Granl

Company

1261.

Nueva

726. "":',.

Revolution

Nuevo

Cabeza

company,

473.4.

aB

Nunez

74.03.

Indiana

River, battle of, 1862:

Nueces

3206.

chile:

Mounds:

Kentucky:

78.N9.

Indians:

78.03.

Ohio

1039.5.

revolution:

American

" :

Negroes: E185.93.02.

Co., Kans.: F 887.N8.


Norwegians. Bee Scandinavians.
Scotia

Ohio

Norton

Nova

1 1 ieneral

war:

Indians:

665.

Northwest

Ions

170.4.

Spanish-American

309.

640

Northwest

525.

Military opera!

ordinance

Northwest

359.5.02

war:

L080.

124.0.

500.
1812:

of

War

1846:

Blnce

Norl hweal

F 486

Ohio:

boundary

Northwest

I 8094.O.
O'Higgins, Bernardo:
i Province) : F 8211.
O'Higgins, chile

864,

Pacific: F 862

Northwest,

J. A.:

O'Gorman,

N78

i: 7 s

[ndlana:

Co., III.: F 547.03.

Ogle

of L812: E 866.2; K855.4.

War

To

263.N84

aB

E 664.087.
O'Conor, Charles:
O'Ferrall, C. T.: E 664.042.

185.

178

I'

i:

F
1

627."

'_.

F 572." ":'..

Old

263.N84.

355.2;

ntennial, 1888:
Southwest:

Oliver.

"2r2

476-485.

aB

of 1812:

War

12.02.

664.03.

Northwest:

Revolution:

Peter:

F
F

F
:.

G7.0.

4S3.

355.4.

:7.1.1.

174.0.

INDIA.

!|

Pasquaney Lake, N. H. : W 12.G7.


Co., N. J. : F i 12.P2.
Passaic River and
Valley: W I 12.P8
Passaic

"'I

Indiana

Palate
Palafos

Palatines
New

York

ED 184

States:

United

celebration

tolumbus

Palisades, Hudson
Pal

Palo

19.33.
127.11^.

Paterson,

William

Patriotic

societies

L42.B4.

Co., [owa
region

Pnmpns

conferences:

Pan-American
rlcan

Pan-A

Panama

union

1561

Panama

(Province)
canal

Panama

Canal

Zone:

congress,

of 1837:

Panic

of

HB

3717

Hendrlck:

Grande

Paplneau,

1873.

Pawtuxel

1777:

L. .7.: F

ir"2.P.

241.P2.

1032.P.

(State)

Brazil

Parana

River:

1870:

Treaty of, 1783:

I 'arkr

Co.,

Co., Tex.

Parks,

National

and

works)
Parmacbene

I.. B. : E

Parsons.

S.

cause,
";. w.

Pascua,

Isla

249.

27.09.

207.P2.

--'"".

391.P.

de, Chile:

3169.

I.:

GG4.P34.
4G7.1.P3.

1756.

tariff: HI'
F

2731. P3.
E

of, 1*""2:

473.17.
1861:

Washington,

at

340.P3.

Panama:

Pearl

River:

Peckham,

R.

River

377.P3.

W.

124.P.

and

Valley:

392.P3.

802.P3.

Mexico:

1569.P4.

347.P3.

of Brazil

I. emperor

2536.

Peedee

F 277.P3.
region, S. C:
Peirpoint, F. II.: E 534.P.

Pejepscoi company:
Pell's

Point,

Penalosa.

F 69.P.

R.

Valley.

440.5.

Louisiana

(Collective

167.1.P26.

Va.
:

conference

New

C72.P3.

152.

Island.

Pedro

133.P3.

99.P3.

Pearl

Pecos

state

Tbeopbilus:

Paschal,

2686.

160.

II.: E

Parsons1

392.P2.

Lake, Me.

Parsons,

ins,

and

Pearce, J. A.:

521JP.

Parker

2631.

H.

W.

532.P2.

I ii.l.: F
:

2GS7.

2596.

RIghl of navigation

Parker, Joel

2591.

Paris.

1S2.P.

Ridge, battle

Peace

2909.

Tay

Pea

231.

280A5.

Paysandu, Uruguay:

2691.C4.

1865

Paraguayan war.
Parahyba, Brazil
Parana,

Cbaco:

Paraguayan

boys:

Payne-Aldrich

Paraguay: F 2661 2699.


Jesuit province : F 2684.

E
E

River

II. C.

Payne,
2586.

aE

87.P3.

Paxton
no.

714.3.

1T4.P.

Indians:

868.F8.

rancbo:

Paoli massacre,

Para, Brazil

Pawnee

April

Co., Nebr.:

1837.

war:

19:

Gonneville, B.

de

Pawnee

125.P2.
3717

MM..

4G2.

day.

Paulmier

1404.

BB

1873:

Pannebecker,
Panocbe

1569.C2.

Leon:

Pancaldo,

780.

L826:

351.

Patton, A. E. : F
Paulding, Hiram:
Paulding, John:
Paulistas, Brazil

L569.P3.

774

TC

Panic

Patriot's

1403.

202.

war:

17.:.7.

186.

: JO

war

302.6.P3.

(General): E

Spanish-American

1404.

L577.

Panama

Panama

Civil

LSI 2:

of

Mexican

99.P23.

Indians:

Pamunkey

War

2'.i24.

2926.

Republic:

period

Revolution:

627.P3.

Argentine

Pampa,

Colonial

864.P2.

J. M.:

r,

Alto

L52JP.

Patagonia : F 2936.
E 207.P3.
Paterson, John:

River:

Jersey:

New

99.P27.

Indians:

Pastorius, F. D.

L044 P8.

Passamaquoddy

L80.P2.

Palermo
(

Brunswick

New

region: F 27JP3,

Bay

Passamaquoddy

F 1231.P.

de:

Juan

Mendoza,

Pendleton.

battle

I". D.

29. R0.

de

II.: E

Pendleton.

W.

N.

Pendleton

Co., W.

Peninsula,

battle of the. 1S12

"274

241.P3.

799.

G.

of, 1776:

415.9JP4.
467JLP37.

Va.

247.P3.
:

E 356.P4.

IXDEX.
Peninsular

Indians

Pennsylvania
"

; F

167.

Pepys

vania
Pennsyl-

of

99.P4.

of

War

with

Civil

war

Mexico:
E

315.

Perez, Estanislao:

Periodicals,General

1863:

Jan.-Apr., 1864

1864

477.3.

Jan.-June,

1865:

River

Perry. M.

Perry,

726.P4.

C.

and

Battle

167.

"". IP:

Ind.

Co., Ohio:

Co., Pa.:

532.P4.
197.P4.

F
F

185.93.P4.

Perry

Slavery:

445.P3.

Perryville, Ky.. battle

association
of the country
line

Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania.
LD
Civil

Pay

Penobscol

Co., Me.:

Penobscot

expedition.
Indians:

Penobscot

River

lasts

and

1819:

400

of 1812:

War

with

Pensions.

Valley:
West

DB

war:

Slave:

War

255.

359.4.

601

P.

" "."".-,.

war:

L059.P3,

3619.

3401

Chile, 1879

with

Peru.

[Jpper:

Peten.

Guatemala

Petersburg,

Va.:

Engagement

185.2.

Co., 111. : F 547.P4.

L882:

3097.

3322.
: P

169.P4.
1059 pi

234 pi

at, June, L864:

Siege. June-July.

275

720.

Wars.

Hi-"'

Peterborough Co., " tatario:

109.4.

494.
E

Co., Ontario:

pci-ili

:tT"" ::75;

E 411.

.Mexico:

war

See
Peru

Mexico:

275.

Spanish-American

Florida

S5-87.

E 361.

Confederate:

27.P4.

150.

1.

wilb

Union
F

44

War

317.W5.

of 1812:

Civil

W5.

War

Peoria

'J.".."..

pensioners

Revolution

Civil

captives:

War

99.P5.

of
F

Military:
of

narratives

Indian

27.P38.

district

PP.

liberty laws:

Personal

Revolution

1770:

of, 1862:

474.39.

Slaves:

157.P5.

Personal

region: F 27.P37.

Penobscot

Pensions.

351.23.

255.

541.P4.

Penobscol

after

fenders
de-

1549.
aE

Pensacola

mutiny:

University

4500

war:

the

of

356.E6.

Erie:
F

Perry

2601.

182.P.

Negroes:

Pennsylvania

Pa.:

Valley.

353.1.P4.

of Pake

Perry Co.,

Delaware:

the

714.

167.1.P4.

157.M7.

477.6.

war:

on

war:

Pernambuco, Brazil (State):


Perry, B. P.: F 274.P.

78.P4.

counties

401.

461.

(J. II.:

Aug.-Dee.,

Lower

351.

Perkiomen

476.6.

Indians:

475.7.

s. historical

186.

Perkins, J. II.: F 495.P.


Perkins, T. H. : F 69.P.

Spanish-American

r.

475.5.

1864

Aug..

war:

186.P.

201.

1812:
war

Perkins.

476.2.

Spanish-American

474.8.

175.3.

1863:

Aug.-Dee,

1863:

Aug.,

Civil

474.6.

1862-Jan., 1863

Jan.-June.

May

Revolution

472.1.

period

Mexican

332.P4.

::i7.P4.

326.

470.2.

83.63.

Valley:

of

198.P.

157.L2.

1638:

and

99.P53.

409.5.P3.

ins:

1636

F 23.P.
:

3031.

Pa.:

River

War

Sept.-Nov., 1862

June-

war.

."c'T.

July. 1861

Nov..

Pequol

Colonial

Military operations: E
Apr,

Indi

359.5.P3.

1812:

Pequol

Florida

rebellion, 1798-1799:

War

Pequea creek,

263.P4.

insurrection, 1794:

Fries

Island:

Perdido

146-160.

Revolution:

Whisky

152

Pepperrell,William, Br.:
Pepperrell, Sir William

473.6.

lf"2.2.

Pennacook

proprietors

family,

152.2.

to, 16S1

Grant

Penn

1862

campaign,

William:

Penn,

L864:

176.59

176.94.

DEX.

Petei

Julj
i:

Pettlgrew,

Peyton, J.

230 P.

it.: F

Peyton, W.
Phelp

Phelps,

s.

s.

Phelps, W.

E
Phil

purchase, N.

v.:

L58.

celebration, L876:

W.

F 158.

F157.P56;

182.P.

aB

S25.

Campaign
war

679

of

Phillips. II. M.: aE

415.9.P5,

works:

Co..

Pike

Co., Miss.:
Co..

Ariz..

Indian

aF

F
F

Pa.:

347.P6.

157.P6.
68JP.

aF

68.

403.1.P6.

J.:

4""r".G.P.

aF

of, 1864

Fort, capture

Pima

Co., Ariz.:

Pima

Indians:

Final

Co..

Pinar

47G.17.

Piauhy, Brazil

Rio.

Charles:

aF

Pinckney, Thomas:

Pinkney,

125.P5.

A.:

Pinzon, V. Y.

Pipes, Indian

Maine:

125.P52.

98.T6.

Pitt Co..

Placid.

and

Valley:

42.P4.

27.P48.

Piscataquis Co., Me.: F 27.P5.


E 207.P68.
Pitcairn, John:
Pitney, II. C. : F 139.P.

Pickens

302.P.

works:

M.

Pinzon.

272.

302.6.P57.

E 302.6.P6.

William:

Collected

Placer

Co., Ala.

302.6.P55.

Pinckney.

Pickaway Co., Ohio: F 197.P5.


Pickens, F. W. : K 577.P.

Pickering,John : aF
Timothy
Pickering,

(Province)

1S01-1S09.
C. C.

school:

2606.

S17.PG.

Cuba

Pinckney,

547.P5.
F

M7.P5.

99.P6.

Ariz.:

del
F

496.P.

Co., 111.: F

E.

457.P6.

Pilgrim society. Plymouth:

97.6.P4.

Pickett,
G.

Piscataqua River

L75.9.

Piatt, Donn:

.rj.32.P6.

:
:

Pike

415.6.P.

aF 69.P.
Phillips,William:
E 98.P5.
Philosophy, Indian:
of
American
Philosophy
history:

Piatt

Co., Ind.

Pike

547.P6.

680.

Phillips,John; aF 69.P.
Phillips,Samuel
: aF
69.P.
E 449.P.
Phillips,Wendell:

i:

592.P.

679.
DS

E 83.67.
Philip'swar:
Philipse Manor, x. v. : v 127.W5.
Phillips,I". I..: Ml' 546.P.

Phoenix,

Ky.

B356.P6.

IslU:

67.P.

Pike

Pillow,

467.1.P6.

Court-martial:

L898: DS

Insurrection, 1899-1903

i:

school

717.7.

Insurrection

Collected

587.P6,

massacre.

Co., 111.: F

685.

of 1898, Spanish-American

897JP6.

Indian

Pike

Pillow, G.

: l "s

Annexation

Roost

rilgrims:

Philippine Islands

97.6.P6.

Pike, /. M.:

83.866.

131.

292.P6L

Wis.:

Robert

Tike.

of America:

Philadelphia Co., Pa.:

Philip, J.

Pigeon

70.P.
F

Wash.

Pike, Albert

at, 1866:
:

Co.,
B

L09.P6.

Centennial

Co.,

664.P53.

Kearney, Fori

Philadelphia

Pierce

L857:
U5.6.P.

Pierce

discovery

Massacre

Co., Ga.

Pierre, S. Dak.,

Phelps Co., Nebr.: F 872.P5.


Phenlclan

98.P6.

132.

L853

L.:

Pierce

340 P54.

l.

99.P58.

works:

186.P.

1086 P6.

:
:

i:

i:

L27.G19.

I'

i"
:

Gorham's

Phelps and

Indian.-:

Pierce, H.

230 P.

n.

167.1.PB.

.1

Piegan

Collected

1924.P.

Indian

Administration,

278 P

Alexander:

Writing,

Pierce, Franklin

ED 177.61.

I..: f

Petlgru, .J.

Picture

i.

ttle of, L866:

,.

1864

Scotia

Co., Nova

Picton

mtlnued.

"

X.

C.

262.P6.

Pizarro, Francisco:

332.P"
69.P.

Piatt.

B 302.6.P6.

Piatt

467.1.P57.

Platte

Co., Cal.
Pake.
(".

X.

3442.

: F

sf,s.P7.

V.:

127.A2.

II.: i: 664.P7.

national
Co.. Mo.

park.
:

Okla.

'

7G

702.P7.

472.P7.

i7.

INDEX.
Platte

River
F

Valley, Nebr.

and

Popham

";72.P6.

Plattsburg,

battle

1S14:

Porl

356.P7.

of,
Hill, battle of, 1864:

Pleasant

New

Plumer.

Port

Albion

William:

Plymouth, Mass.:
Plymouth colony

grant

302.6.P73.

74.P8.

68.

1606:

Plymouth

company,

/?;." 1816:

Plymouth

Co.,

.Mass.:

Co., Iowa:

Pocahontas

Co.,

Pocumtuck

Revolution

War

of

247.P7.

72.F8.

War

with

Civil

war:

205.

1812:

Mexico
E

Poindexter,
Poinsett,

340.P77.

I".

Porter,

David:

Md.,

military

prison

616.L8.

Pleasant,

Polar

regions: G

battle

of, 1774

83.77.

575-720.

Political

Polk,

in

refugees

J. K.

S.

V.

8 15 1 849

Leonidas:

Portsmouth,

R.

Portsmouth,

va.

Co., Ark.:

Tolk

Co., Fla.

Polk

Co., Iowa

Polk

Co., Minn.:

012.P7.

Polk

Co., Nebr.:

672.P7.

Polk

Co., Oreg.: F 882.P7.

Polk

Co.,

Polk

Co., Wis.:

417. P7.

317.P7.

Tenu.

Potomac

Pontiac

Leon,
Co..

Pontiac's
E

2501

253

aF

P8.

^7"

"t"

Juan:

conspiracy,

125.P7.

B
F

L054.P8.

of

discovery
Indians

1703

t7o\~":

and

170.2,

Vallox

Of Columbia

Co., iowa

Pottawatomie

Co., Kans.

Co..

Pa.:
s.

Dak.

:
:

187.P8.

F 627 P8
F

687.P8.

157 Pfl
:

1'

657.P8

Pol lory. Aboriginal American

277

I'

202.P8.

Pottawatamle

Potter

E 99.P8

".t' the:

Liver

Co..

America

135.

Army

Potter

America:

I!':..

Virginia : F 232.P8.
West
Virginia : F 247JP8

99.P7.

^"'o.

1.

Distrld

Quebec:

83.76.

173.64.

:"s7.P7.
ll."".!).P78.

Indians:

discoverers

1-1

Potomac,

207.P7.

de

Potawatoml

Ponca

P.razil
Brazil

12".

Ponce

of
in

Post-Columbian

Seth:

89.P7.

Portuguese

443.P7.

82;

234.P8.

of, 1862:

California

027.P7.

0.6.

7 it:*..

89.

I.: F
:

DP.

Portuguese

Pomeroy, S. C:
Pomeroy,

Colony

1898:

1981.

1951

Indian

1054.P85.

Porto

429.

478.772.

campaign,

467.1.P7.

Polk

( "on it

467.1.P8.

F.

Quebec:

Co.,

Portugal
:

:"::.";.

467.1.P78.

Lico:

417.

Administration,
Polk,

184.P7.

70.P.

: F

Occupation
States:

1861

353.1.P7.

Rican

Poles
United

aE

Porto

Lorl raits.

Point

1".

FitZ-John

Portneuf
912.B2.

expedition,

'..

"

Porter, P. B. : E 353.1.P8.
Portland, Me. : F 29.P9
Burning of. 1775: E 241.P8.

E 735.

Alaska:

Lookout,

s.

Court-martial:

340.P75.

1863:

Mar..

4727.

Porter.

415.

war:

Barrow,

George

J. R.

Loyal,

Porter,

647.

Spanish-American

against,

Porter, E. G.

364.

La.

mission, s. c. : B i"o.
Portage Co., ""hi,,: r 197.P8.
f 587.P8.
Portage Co., wis:
Portage path, Ohio: F r."7.s:t.

157.M6.

Pa.:

Galley:

L86S:

of.

Porl Loyal

627.P6.

War

Poetry,

battle

17 1.17.

aE

72.P7.
F

Va.

W.

Mountain.

Point

7.

627.P5.
F

Pocahontas

Point

Porl

Co., Iowa:

L'::7."".

Siege, May July, 1863: E 475.42.


Royal, Nova Scotia
Capture of. L690: B 196.
Expedition against, I7n7: E 197.

27. K3.

Plymouth

i;:;7i

Port

company,

Pocono

Hudson.

Operations

137.

22.

JK

175.24.

Plymouth
F

Gibson, Miss.,
i:

:iE 470.33.
Plowden's

colony

Populisl party:

B 59.P8.

INDEX.
Pottery, Indian
Potta, Jonathan

"

era,

!aleb

"

155J*

al

null, Thomas

Poansu,

Peru

Prairie

Grove,
L862

of, Dec.,

i:

V 326.P.

America

Prince

Edward

[aland

Prince

George

Co., Md.:

Presbyterians

American

of

war

campaigns

war:

Prisoners

Revolution:

320.

War

of 1812:

War

with

Civil

war:

302.

i:

E333.7.

L808:

337.

Spanish-American

1812:

i:

349.

Sec

1816:

B370.

L824:

i:

1828:

380.

War

of

1832:

383.

War

with

L836:

385.

1840:

i:

390.

i:

100.

1848:

i:

120.

1 852 :

1 : 480.

Mexico:
E

I860:

Civil

1812:

Mexico:

of

435.
Civil
140.

war:

A.:

Proctor, H.

670.

Procter.

1872:

1876:

L880:

i:

360.
l f 7 tS.
?*rf***"JjL

596-599.
353.1.P9.

Redfleld:

664.P96.

675.

Progressive

party:

JK

2391.P.

party:

JK

2381-2385.

680.

Prohibition

685.

Providence,

1884:

i:

695.

Providence

lsss:

7(H).

Public

L892:

E 705.

R.

U.

7 to.

Puebla, Mexico

750.

Pueblo

Co.,

1904:

i:

758

Pueblo

Indians:

1908:

760.

Puerto

1912:

i:

765.
the

United

176.1

Co., W,

States:

Puerto

247.P9.

I state)

Colo.:

Pico.

See

469.8

war:

1326.

782.P9.

F
E

09.P9.

(Province):

Cuba

Porto

Rico.

region, Wash.

Pulaski, Kazlmierz

"27S

sit.pn.

S7.P9.

S. civil

Principe,

Pugel Sound
Va.

(ipinion (foreign)

Concerning

of

82;

L:

Co., R. L:

Preston

271.

1812:

458.4,

i:

731.

war:

Privateers

Presidents

412.

611-616.

war:

731.

362.

Spanish-American

1868:

II

war:

281.

Revolution:

1864:

L896:

412.

Prisons, Military

:::..

War
E

011-616.

Wars.

also

Revolution

L804:

330.

4580-4629

281.

L800:

1856:

1049.5.

4.13.8.

187.P9

7.P.

F
state

L796:

1MI

1040

270.P9.

of

Prisoners
Civil

207.P75.

541JP9.

Pring, Martin:
tion:
revolu-

269.P9.

Preacott, William
Prealdentla]

340.P88.

aB

In the

E
E

Civil war:

Prentiss,B. 8.: H 340.P9.


Prentiss, Samuel

university: LD

Revolution:

U5.9.P85.

nB

I:

396.

Explosion, 1844:

Princeton

61.

Prentice, ";. D.

expedilIon, \^'"

177.16.

George's Parish, Md.: E 187.M7.


society publications: B L87.
B 241.P9.
Princeton, battle of, 1777:
Princeton
( Frigate)

197JP9.

archaeology of

Prehistoric

w.:

Prince

Preble, Edward :
Preble, G. H.: E L82.P.
Co., Ohio:

Price, T.

Prince

174.92.
B 386.P.

Preble

8451.J9.

Ark., battle

i:

K.:

87 P.

V 912-P9.

153.P.

Price, B.

Price's Missouri

'

Ti.u

Islands, Alaska

Prlbllof

B 288.P.

!. I.. VV.:
i ""

207. PS.

897.P9.

INDEX.
Pulaski, Fort

QnijotoM
and

Bombardment

Co., Va.

Pulaski

Peru:

232.P9.

3451.P9.

Puritans
Massachusetts
New

England

Pennock:

Pusey,

Putnam,

Israel

Putnam,

Bufus:

E
F

Bace

483.P.
547.P8.

Putnam

Co., Ind.

532.P9.

Y.

Valley:

atrocities

rubber

Putumayo

P. E.:

Rainsford

Island.

99.P98.

Quakers
of, Mass.

1863

Quapaw
Quay

raid

Indians:

M.

S.

(City)

1054.5.Q3.

(Province)

History, 1760-1791
act, 1774

Anne's

Queen
Queen

263.C2.

Ray

'5: E

L97.

Co., N.

Queens

Co., Nova
rangers:

Queenston,
Queretaro,

Mexico
Gonzalo

Jimenez

de

V.

L28.68.Q4.

of, 1812:

(State)
Jimenez

Quesada,

E
:

127.A2.

: l". 83.72.

Co., Mo.:

Read, George: E 302.6.B27.


Read, John : a F 67.R.
: 111' 1732.C2.
Reciprocity with Canada
Reconstruction,
Florida

r.

:
:

s. :

South

668.

during

216.

F 316.

F 291.
:

F """7.".

356.Q3.

South

Carolina

L331.

Texas:

F 391

de.

472.R2.

Car-'!

8N

Valley, X. J.:

and

North

BChool:

[ndian

1412.1;"_'.

Louisiana

277.6.Q6.

Y.

X.

Lake.

Georgia

L039.Q3.

897.B2.

Dak.,

1 descriptionof

L27.Q3.

Scotia:
E

battle

Quesada,

N.

Y. : F

Queens

park,

1059.Q3.
of.

Queens. Borough

Queen's

Falls

247.R2.

664.R2.

Rasles, Sehastlen

L96.

27.R2.

Wash.:

D.

River
F

1702-171.

262.R2.

Va.:
F

City, S.

Raritan

1054.Q4.

Niagara

Victoria

Ontario:

X.

E97.6.R2.

1089.Q3.

M.

Raquette

Island, B. C.

Charlotte

Lakes:

1054.5.

war,

Bangeley

1032.

expedition, 1690:

Quebec
Queen

Co., W.

532.R3.
F

C:

Co..

1032.

Co., Quebec:

Quebec

L051
F

revolution:

American

Quebec

547.R2.
F

Ind.:

Randolph

Bapid

67.R.

302.6.R2.

Co.,

302.6.R18.

E
F

John:

Randolph

Ransom.

241.Q3.

39.R.

aF

Ranier, Mount,

199.

Siege, 1775-1776:

Quebec

S02.Q2.

1759:

Capture,

Bandolph

99.Q2.

612.R2.

Co., 111.: F

Randolph

229.
167.1.R2.

Edward:

Randolph,
Aug.,

664.Q2.

Co., N. Mex.

Quebec

67.

Kansas,

474.97.

into

Edmund:

Randolph,

Persecution

Quay,

D.

L29.K2.

aE

S. Dak.:

K.

F 73.68.R2.

Mass.:

Sir Walter:

Randolph,

184.

1060.7.R.

Co., .Minn.:

Hand.

L85.61

States:

Virginia colonies:

Quantrill's

1333.

F 587.R2.

Co., Wis.:

Ramsey

Negro:
United

the

in

Bamseur,

Indians

Puyallup

302.6.Q7.
F

799.

Radisson,

3451.P94.

Raleigh.

3451.P94.

263.M4Q.

3881.

Racine

127.P9.

and

Biver

1'ulumayo

403.1.Q8

problem.

Races

Co., 111.: F
Co., N.

207.P9.

Putnam

Putnam

Mexico:

J. A.:

-197.08.

(2d)
(3d)

Quitman,

817.P5.

1'

16S.P.

Bay, Ohio:

Put-in

Boo,

Quivira

2546.

Ariz.:

67.Q.
67.Q.
F

Quintana
Quito:

7.

Brazil

River,

Purus

67.

Mountains.

Qulncy, Edmund
Quincy, John :
Quincy, Josiab
Quincy, Josiab

472.79.

Puno,

of, 1862:

capture

ina

259.

I'

F 274.

Virginia : F 231

"

Red

Gonzalo.

279

Bank,

battle

of, 1777:

1:

241R4.

INDEX.
battle

a,

rlcan

Spanish

A rlv:iiisns

V .".77.i;::

of

rebellion, 1869

River

settlemenl

Jesull

ions,

RedWOOd

Minn.

CO.,

Red*

Reed, Joseph:
R.

R.:

aF

I. T.

B.:

i:

Refugees,
i:

Revolution:

War

with

f.

Co., Minn.
Mountain,

29;

31;

fa

Spanish-American

725-726.

War

of

C.

the,

17(iii 1771

Removal

In the

Civil

army.

war:

N. a.

war:

in

635.

Co.,

X.

Rensselaerswyck,
Co.,

Republican

of

Va.

Fans.

party:

v. : F

.IK

Republicans, Liberal:

127.R3.

Y.:

X.

127.R4.

687.R4.

2351
B

642.R5.

197.R5.

r.S7.R4.

1862:

of, Aug.,

234.R5.

military

Isle

612.B3.

prison:

1864:

raid.

prison

17(;.l'7.

612X6.

612.L7.

Richmond

campaigns,

1862,

borough,

671.

2359.

1862:

campaign,

Richmond
F

York

New

city:

127.S7.

Richmond

campaign.

173.6.

June-July.

1864:

Aug.-Dec.,

1864

476.91.

campaign,

F. 477.LM.

United

384.7.

F.

547.Fr..

Dak.:

Ky.. battle

also

Maryland:

Bank

deposits.

111.: F

474.37.

Richmond

States:

Valley:

Liggon's prison:

629.

98.R3.

is l.

Rensselaer

Co., Wis.

Richmond

Civil
of

toleration

of

Richland

456.R.

aF

associations.

Religious

Co., Ohio:

Dahlgren's
:

1864, L865.

353.1.R3.

Religion, [ndians
Religion

Richland

.sec

Reid, Richard:
S.

Co., X.

Libby

257.

1861

of.

and

Co..

Belle

war:

battle

Richland

Richmond,

Wars.

Regulators,
'

409.

G12.R5.

River

87.N5.

1054.R5.

Richmond.

491-586.

also

277.6.

268;

241. RF

31 IF.

Richland

359.

of:

726.R4.

472.17.

aE
Richelieu

s.

FA

Mexico:

war:

Republic

Europe:

aF

Rice

of. 177s

Island

Jean:

Rich
"'""_".".

158.7.

251

L812:

of

Relief

war:

:;:;.

War

Reid,

L45.R4.

aF

histories,

fa

496.R.

from

regulars:

s.

See

Ribaut,

Southern:

Regimental

Civil

Slavery:

battle

war:

78.R4,

i "_".".

Refugees,

528.

L53.R.

Political,

_r,:{.R4.

Indians:

Island,

Civil

Island,

aF

England:

7"; !Mt.

war:

Rhode

664.R3.

298.

201

New

467JLR4.

Rhode

saloons.

Refreshment

.1. F.

302.6.R3.

Charles:

Reemelin,

i.

263.N4R.

Reed, James:

868.S3.

in

Spanish-American

612.R3.

Cal.:

Park,

Civil

7.o.

Civil

268 1.

1879:

during

1689

Revolution

2085.

Ii.
"*"'-".

American
of

Island:

L063.
F

Indies:

West

L870:

Rhode

L063.

:"1

237L

Revolution,

Reynolds,

642.R3.

River

Redonda,

Paul

Red

612.R27.

Red

Reed,

Valley

7s ;

payments,

taxation
II.I

Revolution

Dakota

North

Reduci

and

North

the

gold

and

Revere,

I7";.t.

:"'.).

of

war:

L064.R3.

Minnesota

527.

Revenue

R8.

882

River

93;

lit;

702.R3.

Texas:

1 17. 1:"..

Oklahoma

Red

1864

Resumption

Valley

and

River

Indian

rations,

731.

176.88.

Red

campaign,

La.,

River,

Red

war

1884

of,

Richmond

campaign,

Richmond

Co.,

Kiel

Riley

search.

Co..

Ringgold

Iowa:

1060.9.

357.2.

c,s7.R,\
F

477. m.

127.S7.

British:

Fans.Co.

1865:
:

1885:

rebellion.

Right of

Y.

X.

027. R5.

INDI.X.

[owa:

,;

27 i'6.

Valley

Mini

:"

c.il.

868 818.

region

Bay

Saginaw
i

Co., Mich.

,w

572.817.

572

Valley, Mich.

and

River

Saginaw

Parish, Md.:

St

Barthol*

Indies

West

w,

Bernard

Parish,

St

Charles

Co., Mo.:

bristopher, Wesl

Expedition of, 1791

Clair, Lake, region


F

Ontario:

83.79.
F

547.S2.

St. Clair Co., Mich.:

Croix,
F

River

and

Brunswick

St. Croix

River

Minnesota

Domingue,

West

River

Missouri

"

"
.

Mo.

George's Parish, Va.:

St

Il.-lrna

Parish.

Belen's

island.

Quebec:

Hyacinthe

St

John, Wesl

Indies:

St

John

Lake.

Quel

St

John

River

and

John's
F

Co., Quebec:
F

317.82.

and

2105.
2106.

Mass.:

Co., N.

J.:

Valley:

Salt

River

Salt

Spring

Argentine

Samford, W.
San

Valley, Fla.:

Antonio

San

2SL1

1089.S2.

Republic:

2958.

340.S1"

1481-1497.

295.S1.
F.

J.: F

.".20.S.

326.S.
Oal.

Canon.

Augustine.
F

Leverett

M7.S2.

(\ :

B.

Island.

W.

90.S21.

Valley. Ariz.:

and

Georgia

San

99.S2.

Indians:

Samford,
1044.S2.

military prison

C.

Indians:

Salzburgers

S267.

119.5.

142.S2.

612.S15.

1054

74. SI.

celebration

Saltonstall,

2098.

277.B5.

L469.S2.

Salvador:

1054.S26.

C:

.-.77.Si::.

27.S3.

River

Guatemala

1170.

S.

Parish.

Indies:

F 1054.S264.

L862:

of.

In. lies:

Salta.

232.S15.

La.:

St

Maim-:

472.S28.

St.

is7.K.:.
232.S25.

capture

Miquelon

and

Salishan

472.S25.

F
F

West

Salish

Valley: F 117.S2.

and

Va.

West

Salem

2097.

014.S4.

and

Columbus

912.S15.

Indices:

St. Thomas.

Valley: F 317.S3.

472.88.

Thomas,

1923.

Alaska:

and

1891.82.

187.82.

Parish.

Salisbury. N.

2103.

St. Vincent.

I.SIT.

KM

612.82.

Elias, Mount,

St. Francis

Philip. Fori

Salem.

Valley: F 587.S14.

and

Haiti

Fnstatius.

27. S2.

Valley:
F

27.W3.

Me.:

Island.

Croix

St.

St.

2096.

St. Croix

Peter's

St. Stephen's
:

Parish, Md.:

St. Pierre

Island)

232.82.

292.82.

Bombardment

572.S3.

Indies

West

Md.

Co..

Minn.:

St. Clair Co., [11.: F

2100.

Va.:

Indies:

Mary's River

1059.S3.

172.83.

indies:

St.

."2.S34.

823.

1054.83.

West

St. Paul's

483.S.

St. Clair, Arthur:

2091.

127.82.

Valley :

Parish, Jamaica:

St. Paul.

Indies:

1050.
F

and

Parish,

.Mark's

Georgia

172.82.

v.:

127.

Wesl

St. Marys

377.S12.

La.:

X.

Co., Mo.:

St. Mary

F 377.81 1.

of:

1059.84.

St. Louis

St.

St

st.

314.

Ontario:

2089.

Sort

St. Martin.
f

Gulf

1050.

st.

Augustine colony : F 31 I.
Augustine expedition, I7iu:

St

River

187.A6.

St

St

Lawrence

St. Lucia.

St

St.

St

170.95.

Ann's

New

Co.,

history.

Naval

See

St

St.

Lawrence

Parish.

Quebec:

raid, 1864:

Albans

St.

si.

Valley, Quebec:

and

Bailors' narratives.

St.

Lawrence,

1054.814.

La.:

Landry

St

New

River

Bagnenay

572.843.

St

572.82,

St

Valley, Oal.:

and

River

Bacramento

Michigan

868.812.

F 27.1 8

Joseph

St.

Indians.

Sauk
r.

Joseph Co., Ind. : F 53


Co., Mich. : F 572.84.
st. Joseph-Kankakee
portage
St Joseph River and
Valley :
Bt

27.82.

Surrender

868.L8.
of.

472.32.

Benito

Co.. Cal.

SGS.S136.

1S6I

INDEX.
San

Co., Cal.

Bernardino

Sanchez,

Cayetano:

Sanchez,

Gabriel

Colombo's
San

Diego

Sandoval

to

letter

Bay, Ohio:

Sandusky

Co., Ohio:
River

Sandwich

Cruz.

See

Hawaiian

Santa

Fe, Argentine

Sangamon
Sangre

Co.,

Fe

expedition, Texan:

Santa

Fe

trail

San

Joaquin

San

Joaquin

San

Costa

Jose.
F

(Province)

Santo

Porto

Juan,

Estero, Argentine

San

Juan

Co., N. Mex.

San

Juan

Co., Wash.

San

Juan

Islands.

San

Juan

Mountains,

San

Juan

Valley, Cal.:

119.51.

(Audiencia)
'Island),

Wash.:

Luis, Argentine

San

Luis

Obispo Co., Cal.:

Republic

San

Luis

park, Colo.:

San

Luis

Potosi.

San

Martin,

San

Mateo

San

Miguel

Sauk

Co.,

Sauk

Indians:

Co., Cal.:

2235.S.

Qa.

Co., N. Mex.
Flab

832.82.

802.S2.

Salvador

I "ept."

Valley,

and

Cal.:

99.S23.
F

294.S2.

241.826.

South

Carolina

M.

274.8.
i: :"."""_""

664.S23.

!' _7

A.:

L.

de:

L232.S.

Anna.

Barbara

Co., Cal.:

Santa

Barbara

[slands:

Santa

Catalina

Island.

Santa

Catbarina.

Santa

ciarn.

Brazil

Cuba

Iowa

F 868.8232.
Cal.
:

1'

Tinted
fif"

1823 -1829.

His,,

Schenck,

283

550.82.

630.83.
F

York

New

2626.

Province)

Kansas:

868X8.

Illinois:

868.S23.

690.82.

184.82.

|, .'landers

R. C:

130

State.

States:

177.41.

Valley: F 292.83.

and

Lemuel
A.

1864:

Scandinavians

Santa

A.

587.82.

River

Scales.

868.S22.

1071.

72.E7,

Savannah

Sawyer,

River

672.82.

campaign,

F.

341.8.

Savannah

Sawyer.

1l'7..\l'.

127.826.

Siege, L779:

868.819.

Haiti.

167.1.822.

Wis.:

Savannah.

de:

Santa

State)

River

Saugus

189.S2.

Ana

Saskatchewan

868.S18

782.S2.

.Mexico

Jose

Salvador.
F

Santa

Y.

Nebr.

Sartori, L. C

1336.

Co.,

Sanpete
San

Sarpy

2966.

v.

X.

Co..

Co.,

1621.

2631.

\.

Sargent, Winthrop:

782.S18.

868.S136.

San

897.S2.

Colo.:

_''.L"...

Lake.

Saratoga

gee

zil
Valley, Bra-

and

River

Brazil

Paulo,

Saranac

897.S2.

802.S18.

Sao

lic:
Repub-

2981.

I!..

Domingo

Rico

celebration:

119.52.

(Province):

is

del

Columbus

(Province): F 3221.
(City) : F 3271

Francisco

Sao

E 97.6.S2.

Domingo

Santo

2961.

school

Cuba

ince)
(Prov-

Republic

115.

to:

Indian

I-- 11

390,

2281.S3.

celebration

Santiago

Rica

Argentine
:

San

Valley, Cal.:

and

1'

Chile

de

Santiago

B02.S4.

de

chile

de

ince)
(Prov-

786.

letter

Columbus

868.S17.

1540. S15.

Juan,

San

Colombia

Luis

Santiago

868.S173.

Santander,
Santangel,

Santiago,

632.

war:

Co., Cal.:
River

Santee, Nebr.,
F 782." !8.

Republic

2976.

Co., N. Mex.:

!olombo's

F 3341.82.

Fe

.'72.S5.

fairs. Civil

Sanitary

547,S3.

grant, Colo.

Co., Mich.

868.83.

1"

Santa

"

Cristo

de

Sanilac

Co., Cal.:

Santa

SGS.S156.
111.: F

I Dept)

Cruz

region, Cal.:

Bay

Francisco

Cruz, Bolivia

Santa

Islands.

San

2971.

L97.S23.

Valley:

Islands.

Santa

Valley, Cal.: F 868.825.


ritory
Argentine Republic (Ter*

497.S2.

and

Co., Cal.

Clara

497.S23.

868

Clara

Santa

Santa

182.S.

Sandusky

Santa

116.

Co., Cal.: F 868.S15.


F 802.S3.
Co., N. Mex.:

Sands, B. F.

Sandusky

868.S14.

1466.S.

Swed(

167 I

INDEX.

of, 1690

fewtructlon

tady Co.,

Rche

Schlatter, Michael
Schley,

B 71 1.6.88.

Ulrlch:

Schmldel,
Rchofleld,

M.

.1

\s".s:\.

167.1.835,

!'"

Co., N.

Schoharie

152.8.

Seminole

Y.

12.M8.

Schuylkill Co., Pa.

Scioto
3d

Co., Ohio:

F 497.83.

River

Valley, Ohio:

and

Beneca

Co., N. Y.
Co., Ohio:

Seneca

Indians:

Civil

New

York

North
Dnlted

L84.S3.

15.84.

160.84.

States:

Pennsylvania
South

Carolina

United

States:

Expedition
Scott, Dred

of, 1791
B

Sea, Ares
Sea

de:

Negroes:

405.6.

civil

Wars.

473.92.

Co., Kans.
laws, 1798:
T.

l'

B
I'

687.S4.

1030;

127.TJ4.

'.'7.6.S5.

Douglas, earl of:

Okla..

Indians:

Sheboygan
F

1063.S.

Shelby

284

687.S5.

99.835.

1786-1787:

Co., Wis.:

Isaac:

Co., 111.:

45E
F

Y.:

school:

si;^.s495.

N.

Indian

Co., Kans.:

Shelby.

CaL:

Shawnee

i054.

9TJ.S3.

99.833.

Shawnee

157A.4.

S6S.S49.

Mountains,

Shays' rebellion.

327.

415.9.85.

Shawnee.

467.1.84.

127.A2.

672.S5.

(U. S. civil war)

Shawangunk

608.

492.7.

i:

279.

Seigneuries, Quebec:
Selkirk.

Horatio:

Mountains,

Sedgwick
sedition

Peninsula, Alaska

Shasta

Sedgwick, John:

Seward

Indians:

i:

Y.
:

Co., CaL:

war:

415.6.S.

E
N.

Shasta

415.9.S4.

works:

Mount,

Sharpshooters

67.S.

II.: E

Shasta

at, 1862:

W.

417.S4.

aF
F

Co., Nebr.

Ice, Military

Rei olution

302.6.S45.
:

Seward

J77.B3.

3ionville,S. C
sen

E
Ark.

140.5.

Engagement
Secret

John:
Co..

185.93.S7.

i:

publications:

society

203.8.

Seymour,

125.S4.
F

1621.

Sewickley Valley, Pa.:

627.S4.

199.

: E

Indies:

Seward.

403.1.84.

Islands, S. C:
Son:

409-412.

Seward.

83.79.

the, 1754:

of

1756-1763:

war.

America

Collected

In Mexico:

Co., towa

Son

2281.D2.

473.68.

26S4.

Sewall, Samuel:

450.

Scott, Wlnfleld:

Campaign

Sevier

Territory:

Northwest

483.

years'

Sevier.

799.

1862:

reductions, War

i:

649.

ranges,

West

184.84.

Scots' colony al Darien:


Scott, Charles

868.84.

2686.

Seven

DD

280.S4.

297.

B
B

Seventy-six

England:

CaL:

also Wars.

North

Scotch-Irish
New

days' battles.

130.84.
265.S4.

99.83.

cities of Cibola:

Seven

State:

Carolina

L27.S4.

Seven

Seven

1035.84.

park.

war:

F
:

33

F 497.84.
B

88.817.

83.855.

467.1.847.

Seven

Scotch
Canada

national

197.832.

1867:

i:

Seneca

See
French

and

483

I'

war,

Raphael

L57.S8.

: I'

1855

Semmea,

Revolution

L58.68.F2.

Scioto companies, American

war,

1842; B

Sermons

127.834.

Y. :

Schuylkill, Falls of, Pa.:

L818:

2d, 1885

Serglpe, Brazil

Schuyler, P. J.: E 207.83.


Schuj ler Co., III. : F 547.84.
Schuj ler Co., N.

war,

1st, 1817

Seminole

Sequoia

839.

E3 664

127

N. J.:

Schooley's Mountain,
Bcburs, Carl

99.828.

Indians:

Seminole

L27.827.

Jf.: r

\.

Seminole

196.

Range, B. 0.: F 1089.84.

Selkirk

12

ST.: F

Schenectndj

69.

t.st.ss.

8.

547.S6.

IXDKX.
Co., Ind.
Shelby Co., Iowa
Shelby

Shelby Co., Tenn.


raid

Shelby's

532.S5.

Skagit

627.S5.

slave

Insurrecl Ions

Slave

life:

Slave

markets

and
:

('."..Mo.:

Shelby

472.85.
P

in

443.S5.

Shenandoah

Co., Va.

Shenandoah

River

Slave

overseers

Slave

pensions:

232.S47.

slave

trade:

Valley:

and

Valley

Shenandoah
Civil

war

July. 1861:
May-June.

June-Aug.,

1S64:

Aug.-Nov.,

1864:

P. II.: E

Sherman,

John:

\V. T.

Sherman

467.1.S55.

Co., Oreg.

Sherman

slavery

in

the

territories, Political

Slavery

476.69.

882.S5.

of, 1862:
E

Isles

Shoals,

of:

Co., Idaho:

Shoshonj

Samuel

Sickles, D. E.
Siena

Co., N.

Sierra

Nevada

Mex.

Signers of

Slocum,

802.S5.

smii

Cal.:

Thomas:

F
E

E 44 I.
states

450.

E444.

450.

184.86.

Inde

States:
I".

103.1.87.

ES02.6.S6.
f2 340.86.

E664.S66.

Alexander

I".

Snow
Snyder.

W.

86.

167.1.876.

Valley:
F

7.""i'.s7.

s'.T.st;.

Wash.

Co..

Islands.

E 355.2

882.S6.

Washington:
misb

and
i'

E278

A.:

River
gon:

1812:

campaign,

T.

285

F7.

voyages:

Smyth.

war.

F _'.~is.s.

229.S.

William:

Smyth;

F868.S6.

105.2.
167.1.S63.

i:

.1. E.

99.86.

Benjamin

Reed

Smoot.

Snake

1060.8.S.

II. W.:

Niagara

F1059.S6.

L03.1.S6.

1:

England

Smyth.

Indian

E338,

453.

narratives:

Samuel

1341.

Dakota

Siskiyou Co., Cal.:

free

Smith,

aF230.S.

Simnis, Charles:

See

of

Smith.

1058.S.

.1. G.:

war.

138.

war:

John

Smith.

r'*,s.

221.

Co., Ontario:

Indians:

c;::.

I', r.

E99.S54,

Mexico

98.S5.

war:

Simaoe,

Slnaloa,

Declaration

Indians:

Simpson,

h.

Smith.

467.1.S58.
Indian:

the

pendence
Siksika

is;,:; ix.-,7: 1;

1857-1861

J.

New

Civil

Signal corps,

123.

1853:

California

in

Mountains.

E
Sigel, Franz:
Sign language,

;oe

sioat,

868.S5.

116.

United

467.1.S57.

L860:

415.7.

Slavs

SI.

99.S5.

Fugitive:

Slaves.

752.S5.

99.

territories:

1849

Personal

67.S.

Indians:

416.

the

In

42. IS.

Indians:

the

1845-1849:

Biography

195.S.

Shoshone

Slates

Slaves

173.54.

to

415.7;

Cal.:

403.1. ST

Shirley. William:

United

1845-1863:

572.S7.

E453.

-453.

III

III".

41""".

the

Extension

Riverside.

Co., Mich.:

Shiloh, battle

in

Civil

James:

Shields.

SiOUX

C. S. A.:

97.6.R5.

Shiawassee

Shute,

institute,
E

Jamaica

Political aspects, 1811

302.6.S5.

1SG4-18G5:

March,

E98.S6.

the

477.33.

1". 446.

1: -117.

1 :

in

664.S57.

aE

Roger:

8. to revive:

history

s.

in

47G.66.

4447.

c.

Indian

aspects

473.74.

1 1."..

is.aj.

Slavery

467.1.S54.

Sheridan,

Sherman.

r.

1:4-12.

Slavery

472.1G.

1862:

Sherman,

470.3.

Military operations:

Sioiian

Ships
Slavery,

247.S5.

Virginia: F

West

E
E

in

4 it.

auctions:

JX

Attempts

232.S5.

Sia

souri,
Mis-

and

474.:

E443.

is.

Arkansas

1803:

F 897.85.

Co.. Wash.:

Mich.
:

I'

546 S.

.".72..M14.

[NDEX.
Snyder

South

LB7.86.

"

Wei

.,i s.

Suciel les, Pnl rlotlc.

lea of

War

of

War

wiih

8"

1812:

Civil war:

Socletj of the

the

Gulf:

of

navy

and

of

navy

Cincinnati

and

army

the

202.1.

Solano

Co., Gal.:

Somers

[slands:

1631

Somerset

Co., N. J.

Somerset

Co., Pa.
E

War

of 1812:

War

with

Civil

157.S6.

11.".

war:

of liberty:

Sons

"i" the

Sons

of

Sons

of veterans

735.

483.4.

of the

202.4.

United

Soulouque, Faustino:
S.

States:

America:
Atlantic

2201

Southern

South

Boston

states:

war:

206-220.

before

negroes

1863:

185.18.

230.5.
E

war:

Spain

461-655.

New

of

786.

acquired Spanish

newly

Old:
E

1865:

220

Cession

73.68.S7.

Colony

286

1849:

E416

7s.S7.

306.

78.S8.

DP.

Army.
206

483.7.

Civil

639.

Southwest.

2239.

Nashville, 1850:

agencies,

relief

American

states:

232.87.

867.

society: E

historical

Indians:

170.65.

Atlantic

72.P7.
:

convention.

Indians:
F

Co., Va.

possessions,1845

Southern

Military operations, 1861


South

Mass.:

423.

Southwest.

1926. S.

See

Valley:

782.S7.

California:

125.S7.
F

and

672.S7.

shore.

Civil

states.

South

River

Government
de:

646-660.

78.863.

Military operations, 1775-1783:

162.9.

South

E
E

586.87.
F

Platte

202.3.
revolution

University:

war:

Free

revolution:

185.93.87.

Dakota:

Southern

216.

477.7.

5020-5039.

LD

aE
E

445.S7.

Carolina.

Southern

veterans:

American

Soto, Hernando

i:

Slavery:

Southern

868.S7.

1865:

74.87.

L346.

of Confederate

I U.

-177.4.

Sons

South

-De.-..

647.

Sons

i:

1864:

Southern

Sonora, Mexico:

i In1

Nov.

Co., Cal.

i:

476.4.

Southampton

Spanish-American
Sonoma

Colorado:

364.

175.6

L864:

295.

L863:

.Ian. -Nov..

1 12.S6.

.Mexico

war:

173.9!

Negroes:

South
:

172.7.

Songs, War
Revolution

June, 1863:

Mounds:

South

171.1.

Apr.. 1862

78.86.

South

170.6;

Apr., 1862:

Indians:

1639.

South

B68.S66.

1861

Indians:

Civil

802.S6.

181.S.

navy

Co., N. Mex.

170.65.

Jan.-June,

Society of the War of 1812: E 351.3.


of
the
regular
Society of veterans
Socorro

109.5.87.

Aug., 1861

the

470.7.

Society of the

529; E

June-Dec.,

181.8.

States, Md.

army

.".77.

186.3.

183.25.

Society of

714.3.

and

Confederate
i:

Mexico:
E

L860

wars:

army

292.B7.

with

I'M.

wars:

Society of colonial

88L"

war:

i:

war:

American

Society of

War

162.

Spanish-American

ceded

.Military operations:

Mexico:

266
'_'";:;.S7.

lands

tern

851.2.

Civil

202 L.

i:

Nullification

Pal rlol l"

veterans, etc.

war

olution

The

Carolina

Revolution

"

colonies:

ls;"s:

i;

725.9.

Of Florida
in

143;

118.

1 Hoi

314.

Brazil, 1578-1640:

2530.

INDEX.
Spain Continued.
Navy, is1."s: E

Stamp
Stamp

"

Relations
F

727.8.

with

America

Spanish

1414.

Relations
1797

with

U.

Indians:

Treaty

with

U.

1411.

S., 17!"r": B

S., 1819:

314.

War

willi

Chile.

1865

1866:

War

with

Peru,

L865

L866:

War

with

America:

Spanish

S.. 1898:

F.

Ohio:

1409.

aF

Spanish

discoverers

Spanish

discovery

teristics:
charac-

of

Columbus:

121.

before

America

Kt!).S7.
F

claims:

Indian

Spanish

mission
F

buildings, Cal.

West

Charles:

Steedman,

J. R.

19th

history

Indies, general

Sparks,

Jared:

Spartanburg
of

Speaker

S.

('""..

the

1856:

Co., Ind.

li":

Sec

also

Wars.

[owa

Spirit

Lake

F. W.

Indian

Spokan

Indians:

Spokane

Co..

Co., [nd.
Co.,

Stevens.

Thaddeus:

Stevens,

Fort, L864

1857:

176.66.

1M7.SS

s'.)7.S!).

353.1.S8.

William

Alexander.

1st

carl

1038.A.

of:

Alexander,

Lord:

coiled

207.A3.

s:;.sr,7.

SP7.S7.

C. I'. : E

99.S8.

i:

403.1.S8.
W5.2.

HM.1.SS7.

George

River

stone's

1862

campaign,

L8(

17 1.77.

Stonington, Conn. : F L04.S85,


L81 1 : E 356. S8.
Bombardment,

Stony
Va.

California

of, 1864

Indians:

l;. F.

Raid, L863: 1: 175


Raid, 1865: aE I77.P.

83.84.

232.S8.

Spring Hill, battle of. 1864 : aE


Squatter sovereignty: E3 415.7.
E 98.87.
Indians:
Squawmish
aE

U5.9.S8.

Stewart,

99.S68.

Wash.:

1:

Stilling.

Stoneman,

627.D5.

47";..v_\

Squier, E. G.

532.S8.
I' li'TSs.

Stone.

10

Co.,

Y.

von

Wash.

Co..

"

Spottsylvania, battle
E

X.

."I7.SS.

Charles:

In

"t/3.^
:

war:

Spottsylvania

:;r,r..S7.
F

II. I',

A.

Steuben

StOCkbridge

532.S6.

massacre.

Spokan

111.

Co..

Steuben

~"-i.

279.

Spiril Lake,

167.1.S85.
""hio

Stirling. William

608.

war:

612.S8.

of. L813:

of,

Election

Spies
Civil

L,()7.S(i.
F

167.1.S84.

Fori.

Stockton,

Revolution:

277.S7.

act, 1875:

S|iencer, Joseph:
Spencer

'. :

"

434.5.

Defense

Stevens

House,

Specie resumption

182.S.

aF

Stephenson.

175.5.S.

T27.S7.

1783.

aF

century:

II.

A.

98.S8.

Co., Minn.:

Stephens.

F1621.
In

Steedman,

Steuben.

S7""..\I";.

Spanish

314.

2161.

.Main:

1 :

158.8.

Island, N.

Stephenson

Spanish

works

of

war:

Steele

of America

532.S7.

1G0.

Statues.

National

IP7.S7.

Collective

Prisoners

Staten

Spanish-Americans,

"

r,17.S7.
F

Ind.

Co..

parks

167.1.S8.

L'o7.S7'.).

Co..

Civil

1S98:

L054.S7.

Stark

State.

143.

war,

Florida

John:

714-735.

Spanish

B. .M.:

868 5

Co., Quel

111.: F

Starke

215 2

68.S.

Cal.

Co..

State

Stark

3447.

1401-1418.

Spanish-American
E

Co..

3095.

65.

Myles:

714-7:',r".

Description, 1U07-1S10:
Indians

congress

Stanislaus

Stark,

313.

215.2.

Standish.

Stanton.

the

Treaty

Stanstead

17s:i

313.

of

Treatment

States,

United

with

act
act

Point,

477.52

Strathcona

Stratton

287

Park.

!'

241.S8.

627.S"

IP:

I'

Mount

and

baron

175.5.S.

of, L779:

battle

Story Co., towa :


Strafford Co., \.

12.88.

Royal,

1033.S.

Colo.:

782.E3.

i-t

INDEX.
i

D.

lit, \

Qa.,

Rome,

toward

Raid

Expedition

teaching

Study and

bistorj

lllage, N.

Stuyvesanl

Co.,

SiilT.. Ik

Suffolk

Wisconsin:

Co., N. V.:

L779: B
campaign,
Co., tad.: F 532.S9.

Sullivan

Co., N.

Sullivan

Co., X.

Sullivan

Co., Pa.:

Indian

Sullivan

Co.,

Summer

resorts
E

Co..

Sumner,
Brooks'

415.9.S9.

on

134.8.

President

with

States:

Tabasco,

Mexico:

Kans.

Chile:

Tacua

Grant:

F687.S9.

Co., Tenn,:
Thomas:

Tacoma,
Taft.

H.

W.

Sumter,

Fort

F443.S9.

1861

Bombardment,

1863:
N.

Lake,

Ontario:
Wisconsin

Surratt, J.

471.1.

175.65.

11.:

42.S9.

1059

F
:

612.S9.

H.

457.5.

Mary

Co., N. C:

E.

aF

157.5.

262.89.

Talon.

Jean:

Indians:

F157.W9.

Susquehanna

Tarahumare

Susquehanna

River

Valley:

Tarapaca,

Xork:

Tariff

187

I27.fi

Taxation

1356.

232.T15.

802.T2.

99.T2.

N.

acts.

1973.T.

V.

Indians:
F

Chile:

241.T17.
99.T3.

3241.

1789-1913:
and

177^:

near.

HF

1754-17.V..

representation,

colonies:

2S8

,fji3f.

Rivera, Alejandro:

Massacre

'.'.

Va.:

Taos

F157.S7.

L57.S8

Mexico:

Mex.

Co., Pa.:

Maryland

103Q.T.

Island,

company:

1X7.T2.

3236.

CO., N.

Baeza, Melchor

Taos

Susquehanna

and

Md.

Co..
Chile:

Tappan,

99.T17.

1231.T.

Talbot

Tapia

99.T15.

Talca.

Tangier

F 587.S9.

67.T.
E

Salvador

Tamaulipas,

761.

99.T12.

Indians:

de:

region: F .""""""_'.

Surratt, Mrs.

New

1909-1913:
E

Indians:

Talamantes

F572.S9.

Minnesota

897.P6.

7C2.

Taller, William:
Takelma

3097.3.

Wash.:

Indians:

Takulli

Bombardment,

I'

32: '.1.

2331.T2.

Mount.

1351.

question:

Tahltan

E207.S95.

Superior, Lake,

128.9.89.

184.S98.

Administration.

Sumner

suny

City: F

York

United

Tacnn.

115.6.8.

Sumter,

Michigan

483.

Tachira, Venezuoln

B671.

Sunapee

tract:

New

F247.s:".

i:

works:

Co.,

baron:

Syrians

F497.S9.

assault

Sumner

Thomson,

443.S8.

Va.:

Ohio:

Controversy

184.89.

E
P.

('. E.

158.

Charles:

Collected

550.89.

K'.'IL'.S.

Symmes

157.S67.
:

"'.-.. W.

Summit

235.

L27.S91.

Delaware

the

on

kit.

States:

42.887.

V.:

Teiin.

Directories:
Summers

B.:

Illinois:

United

Sydenham,

Sullivan

590.89.

River:

15.89.

184.82.

Swiss

93.

93

settlements

128.68.S9.

207.S9.

72.89.

L27.S9.

Suffrage, [ndian:
Sullivan, John

,"

I'

M.i-.:

States:

Swedish

122.1.S.

Stuyvesant, Peter:

V 615.89.

Qnlted

States

ED it.".8.

sr.s.sn.

Hampshire:

New

174.67.

United

of

Illinois: !"' 550.88.

sylvanln, Oct., 1862:

865.S.

CaL:

""""..

Minnesota

Penn

nnd

Maryland

Into

.1. A.

Swedes

178.66.

is''.'-':E

June,

W7.1.S9.

Btunrt, J. B. B

i72.sk.
I' 1 iL'.S'.t.

Sutter

Strong, Caleb

.1. :

\.

"

Sutter,

176.1.

Del.:

....

Is"'.-:

215.5.

can
Ameri-

INDEX.
N. V

Tlconderoga,

MUItarj

it;:,

"-.

lerra del

rierra

Puego

jii

Transylvania
Transylvania

["land) : F2988.
Argentine Republic

"

Fuego,

del

(Territory) i V 2980.
Tiffin River

and

Michigan
Til. I.mi.

Vallej

Collected

campaign

""f

1876:

Tioga Oo.,
Tioga

F157.T5.

campaign, 1811:

Tippecanoe

"'o.. Iml.:

B 83.81.

pipes, Indian:

Tobago,

West
River

Toledo

Valley, N.

and

B.

1S36

Toleration

in

River

Tomblgbee

River, X.

V.:

R.

Co..

Tryon

Tsilkotin

works-

of:

Trails.

241.T7.

335.

232.T8.

497.TS

establishingthe colony
F

of

2S9.

323.T.

U6.6.T.
F

99.T78.
E

99.T8.

T*J*i*k'--

207.T8.

Va.

Indians:

Co..

Cal.

P.

247.T8

Tnknarika

Republic

2991.

99.T85.

868.T8.
1863

campaign.
Humac

Tumnc

475.16.

Guiana:

Mountains.

I ". i

2467.T9.

Tuolumne

215.3.

Co.. Cal.

Tupac

of:

Amaru.
1781:

W.

Co..

Tupelo,

'."s.T7.

"-'77.

Tupper,

458.8.

Turks

290

S68.T9.
of.

Insurrection
F

1780-

3444.

Miss., expedition, 1864

E
:

127.M7.
E

Argentine

215.1.
F

277.

Britisb, enforcement

Indian:

257.T.

Indians:

277.6

i:

Y.

X.

Samuel

acts:

laws.

Revolution

Tucuman,

1923.T.

war:

241.T6.

Traitors

Civil

72.;.

with, 1801-1805:

Indians

Tullahoma

Louvertnre,

Townshend

i:

127.T7.

E415.9.T6.

A.:

regiments

Trade

1848:

99.

Thomas

Tulare

William:

Tryon.

J.

Treatment

lint

314.

2121.

for

Tucker,

17S2:

at.

Collected

Tory

of, 1776:

Parish, Va.

Tucker

Tories.

469.

Georgia

Valley: F332.T6.

and

X.

Co..

Skirmish

1X15:

Hidalgo,

Co., Ohio:

Tsiinshian

Toombs,

battle

Trustees

Mississippi: F347.T6.
Tompkins, D. D. : E302.6.T8.
Toms

333.

F72.H3.

Mount:

Tompkins

313.
E

Britain.

Spain. 1898:

Indian:

Truro

E
:

Spain, 1 819

with

Truxtun,
Toin.

Great

Guadalupe

affair

Tribes.

F102.T6.

Britain, 1795:

1219.

Tollers:

184.

249.

24!t.

408.

Trumbull

F2281.T6.

Co., Conn.:

Tolland

Maryland:

powers:

Spain, 1795:
France, 1803

Tripoli, War

F497.B7.

Colombia

Tolinia.

of

Trinidad
E97.6.T6.

school:

Indian

war.

with

Treaty

Trenton,

I' loll. 'IV,.

Toledo, Iowa.

Treaty

Trent

2116.

Indies:

98.T6.

177s

Great

with

Treaty

-'""'.'""

358.

99.T6.

Indians:

Tobacco

Toblqne

with
with

F 1366.

Tlaxcala, Mexico:

France,

with

Treaty
E

F3341.T6.

2585
E 95.

foreign

with

s.

HG
A.:

X.

Paris, 1783:

Treaty

F532.T6.

of

314.

Treaty

Tltlcaca, Lake, region: F 8451.T6.

Tlingit

of

127.T6.

Tippecanoe

Bollyla:

with

Treaty
Treaty

('-'.. I'm.:

u.

Treaty

Oreg.: F882.T5.

Co..

572.05;

235-236.

.IX

B3680.
Tlllan

of

Treaties

B415.6.T.

works:

Presldentla]

262.T7.

c. :; F

Independent:
Indians

Treaties.

!"' B72.B86.

( So.,N.

572.L7.

I'

.1.: B415.9.T5.

s.

454.

region, Mich

Traverse

Treasury.
197 B8.

The

N'T

West

it:.:, i 7";:: ;

i:
in

Mississippi region.

Trans

12

operation! at,

476.84.
Sir

and

Charles
Caicos

1033.T.

Islands:

1659.T9.

'

"~A#~":

INDEX.
United

Nat

Turner,

insurrection

Negro
Tuscaloosa

Ala.

Co..

Tuscarora

Indians:

Tuscarora

war.

Indians:

D.

Twiggs,
"

E.

Paul

St.

and

497. M7.

"\"".

1973.

1033.

17S3.

I"anish
E 396.

786

679

of territory. Proposed
P

Cuba:

L845:

is 11

408;
I "S

390.

Annexations

397.

Administration,

Canada

Islands

Rico:

Texas:

614.MG.

Valley, Ohio:

Tyler. John:

Philippine

403.1. Til.

cities," Minneapolis

Twin

Twin

.."..

333.

cessions:

Porto

99.T98.

Indians:

810-819.

DC

627.3
E

Mexican

Islands:

Samoan

Tutuila,

Twana

Louisiana

179.5.

907.

314.

DC

669;

Hawaii

27S.T9.

of territory: E
E

Florida:

99.T96.

Turtle, Stephen:

83.71.

572.T9.

Alaska

1711-171.'!:

states

Annexations

99.T9.

Mich.

Co.,

Tuscola

United

497.T9.

veterans:

483.4.

332.T9.
P

Confederate

of

sons

232. ST.

Co., Ohio:

Tuscarawas

Tutelo

West

Indies:

2136.

Republic

I Dominican

673.

Army
Revolution:
U

War

Mexican

Uinta
Uintah

Co., Utah:

Ulster

Co., N. Y.

Ulua

River
P

127. F4.

Indian

Underground

railroad:

450.

Co..

Union

Co., Ky.

Colonial

Co.,

N. J.:

142.U5.

Co..

Ohio:

H"7.U5.

Union
Union

Co., Oreg.: P 882.U5.


Co., s. C: P 277. rr,.

Union

league clubs:

Union

men

United

the

Confederate

veterans:
of

daughters

England:

Now

the

183.1.

confederacy:

(Upper)
Scotia:

'_'77.

291

tion
administra-

.V.i!).
1 1 17.

H"'i

JK
"':"""'.:

history:

169.

.IK
.IK

1898

occupation.

181.

in

amendments:

'J77.

II

1902:

17S7.

1906

occupation,

1909

17s7.
of

F.

independence:

221

128,
B

161

168.

Description

Diplomatic

history, general:
JK

Ethnography:

KM::.

199!

186

colonial

laration
.IK

854.

sso:

500

.IV

loth

Elections:

1058.

1038;

'iihan
F

7.

483.5.

empire loyalists:

.".'."s.

551

Constitutional

war:

462.4.

United

Canada

13th

Cul.au

of

B
F

Constitution

Civil

of

786.
:

Congress: JK

South.

legion

Colonics

United

raphy.
Biog-

374.

and
:

ir.s.7.

States:

176.

17'.".."".

history:

Colonies

2725.

lis

the

United

United

."."":;
;

91237.

Northwest

457.U5.

Union

Northern

473.15.

627.U5.

veteran

Northeast

Iowa

in

Mexico

Union

i;

beading

under

Louisiana

18G2:

upon,

Union

Union

also

Alaska

City, Tenn.

Descent

130-136.

Boundaries

782.M8.

78.U5.

Wars.

Confederation:

of

See

llll.

Indians:

72.', 726.

832.U5.

541.

191

Biography, collected:

reservation.

Valley, Colo.

Nova

Articles

882.U4.

Uncompahgre

Ungava:

also

409.

of 1898:

See
Honduras:

359.

F.

war
war:

.IK

Co., Oreg.

Utah:

Union

War

Valley,

Uncompahgre

V3. ^

832.U4.

and

Civil

1509.U4.

Umatilla

"**."*".

767.U3.

Co., Wyo.:

263.

255

1812:

of

L961
F

2246.

L84.A1.

183.7.

[NDEX.
i

alted

United

Inued

" 'mil

si.iirs

(00

:iini

L01

168.

ED

isi

is-;.v ;

United

with

Indians:

L786

Mexican

Cuba:

history

War

with

war:

Ute

501 -000.
E

war:

Presidential

JK

elections:

Presidents:
Purchase

Of

Relations

JK

Alaska

war,

83.879.

Great

With

With

Chile:

3246.

F
C.

L.

Valley of Virginia

1789-1

7! "7

Britain,

1797-

Latin

America:

Spain.

1789-1797:

of, 1776:

241. V14.

Chile

Van

Martin

Buren,

415.9. V2.

232. V2.

(Province)

Valparaiso,

1837-1841

Administration.

3251.

387.

Van

Buren

Co., Iowa

627.V2.

Van

Buren

Co., Mich.

572. V3.

Van

Cortlandt

T.

N.

Manor.

386.

127.W0.

313.

Board

,,/ Indian

i:

B3.TJ.

Hun

mi

commissioners:

of American

Island. B. C.

ethnology:

Offia of Indian
States bank:

Removal
United
United

Rensselaer.

Niagara

2020

christian

Van

93.U.

commission:

daughters

of

Van

Wart.

301.6.
States
F

corps:
states

military

telegraph

808.
navy

Venango
Venezuela

veteran

Isaac

tion:
associa-

Islands

lv.r.

Ventura

292

2S0.A5.

355. 2.
127. R4.

vja

2325. V.

300. 2.

1912:

campaign.

Rensselaers' Manor:
J. M.

Stephen

V"squez de Coronado,

1812:

532. V2.

1S12

Van

Vargas.

1089. Va

Solomon

campaign,

Rensselaer.

Niagara

2039.

:N4.7.

680.
states

i:

lie

of deposits: E

States
i:

affairs: E

Co., Ind. :N F

Vanderburgh

i: r.i.r.

United

Vallandigham,

907.

Van

United

99.U8.

Island, battle

Vancouver

United

14S9.U8.

78X55.
E

1S79

Valdivia.

111 s.

Relations

s.

L20.U8.

tie:

Salvador:

357.

Relations

r.

2701-2799.

Indians

Valcour

511-606.

France,

with

L812:

s.

572.N8.

821-835.

524-529.

campaigns.

176.1; JK

with

Relations

D.

Mich.:

3322.

i: .:i3.

s.

Y.

727.

2251-2391.

8et also Presidential

r.

1858-1859:

expedition.

Political parties:

Peru:

Ute

patent, N.

2686.

;il'

Peninsula,

Indians:

Bpanish-American
Paraguay

Partners'

Upper

Utah:

410.

270.

Upper

Usulutan,

360.

Mexico:

corps

127.D8.

Urstia, Tedro

181.

271.
i:

signal
""08.

Nine

Uruguay:

78G.

182.

L812:

of

Civil

Revolution:
War

721;

L787.

Military history: B

Upper
F

frontier troubles:

Naval

L80.

iti

070.

In

[nterventlon

veteran

E 541 ; E 686.
war:
California : F 864.

Civil

Upper

possessions

iusni.ir

States

Revolution

History, comprehensive:

corps

Universities

description:

08.

i:

signal
B 'Wis.

war:

association

relatione

Qovernmenl

681
states

Civil

i 180

raphj
r

United

(foreignelements
i orelgo relations
.i\

Weai

BOO

691

the

In

Exploring expeditions

sanitary commission:

states

Francisco:

125. V3.

Co.. Pa.
:

along
Co..

157.V1.

2301-2349.
coast:

Cal.

2016.

B68.V5.

Mc*

INDEX.
Vera

Mexico

Cruz,

Vera

P.

Verendrye,
la

(State)
de

G.
F

Co., 111. : F
Parish, La.
Co., Ind.

Revolution:
Civil

78. V5.

74. V5.

Amerigo

Vespucci,

da

125. V5.

Plata

of

La

Viceroyalty

of

Mexico

Viceroyalty

of Peru

Viceroyalty

Miss.

Vicksburg,

Operations

(Southwest)

532. V7.

N.

D.

de:

Cession
E
War

of

263. V8.

lands.

western

of 1812:

(South.

17*7:

359.5.V3.

Separation

of W.

Civil

Va.

581

; E

241.

1862:

(Southeast)
:

Aug.,

1861-Jan.,

Nov..

1864:

Aug.-Dec,

L864:

(Southeast) Jan.-Mar.,

I """'"..

1864:

1862:

473.2.

and

North

293

Indians

Mounds

Jan..

177.:..
Jan

"

June.

1865

I77.'.i.

Juno.

472.9.

Southwest
i:

1861-Mar.,

1864

177.3.

L865:

472.5.

(Southwest)

June,

(Southwest | Nov., 1864

171V.

-177.2.

i:

(North) Aug., 1861-Mar.,

L864:

June-July.

North) Aug.

472.1.

476.2.

476.9.

May

-ast )

(Southeast)
470.2-.3

Apr.- July, 1861:

1864

476.5.

470.65.

1S62:

Jan-Apr.,

Aug., 1864

May

(Southeast)

534.

Military operations:

1862

L863:

476.6.

309.

Oct.-Dec..

476.8.

(North)

war:

1863:

May-Nov..

(Southwest)

340. V7.

475.7.

Aug.-Oct..

Jan.-Apr., 1864:

aE

475.5.

E
E

476.1.

F 212!".
Virgin Islands:
Virginia: F 221-235.
Revolution

475.9.

(Southwest)
2529. V.

105.

S. F.

Vinton,

California

Vigo Co.. Ind.:


E

1S63

475.8.

475.27.

865.

Villegagnon,

1863:

June-Aug.,
(Southwest)

committees,

L863:

Jan.-Junc

Aug.-Dec,

1862-1863:

against,

Siege, 1863

Vinland:

474.11.

Jan.-Aug., L863:

475.3.

349. V6.

475.1.

(North)

474.47.

Vigilance
F

Jan

474.8.

(Southwest)

3444.

1862

Nov.,
474.7.

Nov., 1862-Jan.,

1863:

1231.

474.5.

(North)

2841.

against, 1862:

Operations
E

133. V5.

1862-June,

Aug..

1863:

587. V5.

1862:

L862:

Sept. -Nov..

(Southwest)

2272.5.

Giovanni

Verrazzano,

June-Oct,

474.6.

1863:

1779.

1862

474.3.

(Southeast)

Co., Wis.:

Vernon

Mar.-June,

473.5.

Siege of Cartagena

1862:

473.7.

(Southwest)

Edward

Sept..

473.6.

(Southwest)

532. V5.

'ununited.

"

Mar.

Mar.-Sept,

(North)

377. V5.

(North)

1862:

533.

Indians:

Cuba

operations-

(Peninsular)

sieur

263. V5.

Continued.

"

war:

Vernon,

war

Military

1371.

547. V2.
:

Mounds:

In

inued.

Cont

"

46-60.

rgin ia
Civil

Varennes.

Vermilion

Vennont

Vi

1060.7.V.

Vermilion

Vermillion

139J.V4.

406. V4.

Mexico

Cruz,

de

(City)

1847

Surrender,

1866

78.V7.

74. V8.

Southeast I : Jan.
:

"

477.6.

[NDEX.
\

Irglnla

iiln and

railroad,

Tennessee

pedltioa against, 1864


""r

Irglnla company

Irglnla,Grand

ea

170. """"_'.

Confederate

B0.V7.
586. V5.

Virginia military lands,


west

Virgin ins affair

Voyages

discovery

Warren

Co.,

Iowa

Co.,

Warren

Co..

\.

Warren

Co..

N.

Warren

Co..

Ohio:

Warren

Co..

Pa.:

Wabash

River

Valley:

532. W2.

Wachusetl

B.

Wade,

F.

Walker,

R. J.:

Walker,

William:

Walla

Co., Wash.:

Walla

Walla

River

H.

Co., Oreg. :

Lake, Oreg.:
Co., Fla.:

Co., Wis.:

of

Netherlands

196.

of

Kin-

294

1673:

1676:
on

war,

of 1689

229.
1680:

Carolina.

in New

KiS'.i p;:"7

England

7.5.
Anne's

1740:

627.W2.

York.

New

William's

Expedition

99.W2,

122.1.

attack

272.

Queen

587. W18.

Sweden,

167.

rebellion.

France.

New

war.

1702-171.'!:
St.

against
F

107.

Augustine.

814.

Cartagena expedition,
F

in

122.

Revolution

882.W2.

317.W24.

Indians:
Wampanoag
98.M7.
: E
Wampum
Wapello Co., Iowa :

882.W2.

Spanish

467.1.W3.

Wallowa
Walworth

S-.17.W1-;.

King
L.: E

conquest
F

Valley, Wash.

Wallowa

Walton

Dutch

897.W2.

Wallace, W.

colony

1030.

conquest

Bacon's
F

and

New

of

conquest

1664:

475.63.

1526.

Walla

["

415.9.W2.
F

1522-1548

1024-1654:

English conquest of New

27.M95.

of Peru.

2532.

1655

167.1.W13.

Battery, 1863:

447.

1519-

Mexico,

of

of Brazil,

conquest

Dutch

U5.9.W16.

patent, Me

waid,,

72.W9.

aE

450.

conquest

1629:

257. W.

J. S.:

Wadsworth,

Wagner,

list under

83.

447.

1230.

English

262.F7.

Mountain:

Waddell, Hugh:

687.W2.

Co., Kans.:

under

list

of Huguenot
Florida, 1565 : F 314.

Wachovia,

81-83.

Destruction

Dutch

F 532.W4.

M442.

547.W14.

N. C:

127.W2.

L57.W2.

conquest

1540:

Co., HI.: F 547.W12.


Co., tod.: F 532. W18.

Wabaunsee

riots:

Slave

Wabash

::I7.W29.

L2.W2.

F407.W2.

Chronological

following gold

Illinois:

insurrections:

Negro

i:;.~,.

KM

027. W25.
F

:
:

V.:

wars.

Spanish

and

Wars

J.

Co., tod.

Warrick

Spanish

Wabash

Miss.

Warren

iw.

547.W2.

in.:

865.

263. M

Chronological

California

to

477.675.

Josepb

'.ix.W2.

467.1.W4.

Co..

1785.

Jourt-martlal

Indian

discovery :

of

Voyages

5660-6689.

LD

K.:

Warren

586.V6.

328.

Virginia resolutions, 1798:

war

North-

""M

Is."..

Virginia. University:
Civil

G.

Warren,
veterans:

Virginia military Institute, Lexington:


Civil war:

"

292.W2.

Indian:

Warren,

183.28.

Warfare,

F 229.

London:

camp

Co., 6a.:

Ware

oral

207. W2.

i:

Axtemas:

Ward,

Virginia,Army of: H 170.2.


Virginia, Valley of: V 282.V2.

of

lisi

Wars.

iiudor

145.V8

i:

chronological

For

186.93 \ 8.

i:

Slaver]

War

iontlnued.

"

George's

war.

1741

1744-174S:

F 2272.5.
E 19S.

INDKX.
Wars

Wars"

Continued.

"

of the

War

reductions, 1754:

Seven

2684.

Indian

1755-1703

war,

of

American

1762

1766

Insurrection

of
F

201

298.

Civil

1867:

war

Paraguayan
:

Chilean

L859:

in

1'

826.

451.
Mexico.

1233.

461

655.

69.

revolution, 17'.ll 1804

L857

IS.'.!): R

raid,

intervention

L861

1855-

Nicaragua.

rebellion.

European

:U44.

Shays' rebellion, 1786-1787:

L854:

1526.

Brown

1780-

Amaru,

Tupac

Greytown,

war.

I'

Mormon
John

685.

lsr,] : F

1536. S2.

1857:

257.

revolution:

1781:

1781.

regulators, N. C,

the

1771:

Haitian

of

Filibuster

Siege of Havana,
W;ir

199.

1 s.~ 1

troubles.

Bombardmenl

and

French

Continued.

Kansas

1.865-1870:

war.

Spanish

2687

L865-1866:

war.

1923.

3095.

Whisky

insurrection, 1794:

Naval

with

war

315.

Fenian

invasion

of

Canada,

lsr,i;;

1796-1799:

France,

1032.

323.

Ten

Fries' rebellion, 1798-1799

conspiracy,

South

American

1805

also

1807:
of

wars

1806-1830:
See

Tripoli, 1801-1805:

with

War

Burr's

under

335.

334.

ence,
independ-

Red

River

tries.
coun-

revolt, 1810:

1812

War

of

War

with

1885:

rebellion.

Brazilian
F

of

war

1836

Chilean

1S25-1828:
F

1835-

independence,

1786.

Mexican

390.
Peru

and

livia,
Bo-

3447.

497.B7.

is:;"; ; F

war,

Canadian

rebellion, 1837:

troubles

1839

Buckshot

war,

Bnshrod

Mier
with

expedition, 1842:
Mexico,

193

205.

Capture by the British,

181 1

Indians:
Washington.

I ". C.

war.

Peace

See
Cal.. 1846:
war,

864.

1849

2846.
Insurrection,
ITS}.

conference, L861

140.5.

also I Hsl ric( of l tolumbia.


N.

Biege, L863:

C.
B 174.55.

Fort, capture

Washington,
is id

356. W8.

Washington,

Is-"'-1:

;t(H).

535.

E78.W3.

390.

1845-1848:

Brazilian-Argentine
F

83.4.

E 311.

war

401-415.

flag

Cuban

FS*0

390.
:

1797

398.
1841

302.6.W16,

1789

I State)

Washington
Civil

rebellion, 1842

Bear

F 153.

expedition,

Washington, George: E 312.


Administrations,

1839:
F6

Santa

France, 1838-

Pa., 1838:

P612.W17.

1032.

1232.

war,

Aroostook

with

1911

P882.W3.

Co., Minn.:

Washington,
.Mexican

7.".."

P 82; P 89.W2,

L:

K.

Co., Oreg:

Waseca

of

1234.

Warwick,
F

711

L910

war:

revolution

against

war

Toledo

War

L898:

insurrection, L895

Cuban

Wasco

Texan

P 3098

1893-1894:

of

rebellion

2537.

365.

war,

1836-1839:

Dorr

301.

2726.

Texan

1060.9.

I'

of 1891

revolution

Spanish-American

Texan

1S79-1S82:

war.

351-364.

Algeria, 1815:

Brazilian-Argentine
F

Riel

1870-

Canada.

3097.

Chilean

Florida

West

of

Chilean-Peruvian

1810-

independence,

1870:

1033.

1232.

1869

rebellion.

invasion

1871

individual

of

wars

1821

ls7s:

1063.

F
Mexican

lStJS

1785.

Fenian

2235.

Cuba.

war.

years

326.

of, L776:

E241.W3.

1S51:

Washington,

"_".":.

Order

of: aE

202.7.

[NDEX.
i,inch.

Me.

c...

ngton

Washing
Washington
Washington

"-

2.

Washington
Washington

Co., R.
Jo., \

Washing

West

Watkins

Glen,

Wans.

127.834.

V.:

X.

326.W.

aF

II.:

t.

Co., Wis.:

475.92.

Co., Ind.

Wayne

Co., Mo.:

Wayne

Wayne

Co., X.

Wayne

Co..

Wayne

Webster,

Y.

127.W4.

197.W4.

:
:

Pa.:

Daniel

Aslibnrton

472.W3.

Ohio

Co..

parishes, La.:

region, Fla.: F 317.W5.

West

Gallatin

West

Indies:

in

(General):

revolution:

263. W5.

British:

Indies.

French:

West

Indies.

Spanish:

West

Jersey

West

Roxbury,

West

Tennessee:

2136.

2141.
F

21 r"1

F1621

Weir,

Lake.

Fla.

Mass.

74.W486.

536; E 582.
Military operations: E
E

war:

Apr.-July,

1861:

Weldon

on, 1864

Weils.
Wells

John:

473.7.

474.0.

operations

Minnesota

F 532.W55.

7857W4.

F
:

615. W

F
:

Welsh

F.

Wentworth

of

L84.W4.

1804

475.5.
475.7.

Jan.-June,

1805:

99.W5.

1059.W4.

of:

Co.. N.
ceded

Y.

477.0.

470.4.

July. 1861:
F

127.W5.

to United

States:

309.

Georgia cession, 1S02:

296

477.3.

472.17.

lauds
E

470.6.

74. W5.

Virginia campaign,

Westchester

470.2.

7S.W0.

West

Western
of:

Virginia, Army
E

America

Co.. Ontario:

Aug.-Dec,

West

269.W4.

Tradition

1SG4:

Mounds

109.W4.

Indians.

474.S.

1803:

May-Aug.,

Indians:
1.

160.W4.

States:

discovery

475.3.

177.21.

123.W.

Revolution:
Welsh

1SG3

Jan.-Apr., 1804:
E

Pennsylvania
United

1SG3:

-Dec,

Aug

Welsh

Colorado:

1802

Nov., 1802-Jan., 1803:

152.W.

military

Ind.:

Co.,

627.W3.

June-Aug.,
:

472.6.

1802:

317.M3.

railroad,

470.3-.4.

472.1.

Aug., 1861-Mar.,

Jan.-June.,

Weiser, Conrad:

17s:;

442.3.

Sept-Nov.,

302.6.W2.

Virginia: F 236-250.
Civil

337.8.W.

Co., Iowa

Webster

137.

2131.

West

Mar.-Sept., 1802:

Webster, Pelatiah:

737.G2.

operations: E 271.

Indies, Danish:
Indies, Dutch

1". 398.

377.P6.

1621.

West

West

F 1601-2171.

operations

Indies,

I'.lo.WI.

works:

River, Mont.

West

157.W35.

treaty:

Collected

Florida
Florida

West

572.W4.

263.F6.

West

Naval

S3.794.

301.

202.W5.

West

F 532.W5.

Co., Midi.:

Wayne

1795:

IT'.'::

Florida

687.W2.

Va.:

l". 0. : F

: F

American

Wanpaca
Waymouth,
George: F 7.W.
Wayne. Anthony : B 207.W35.
Campaign,

West

uF

F 587.W3.

Co., Wis.:

Brookland,

Naval

Wauhatchle, Tenn.
Engagement at, L863:
Wankesha

572. W3.

Co., Mich.:

Washtenaw

West

Revolution

River.

tite Ouachita

of.

157.W5.

F57.W8.

i.:

Augusta, District

F87.W3.

I. :

78.W5.

Indians:

157.W3.

38.868.
River,

170.'.".

Jan.

Washington Co., Va.: F2S2.W3.


campaign, 1868 L869:
i:

June, L864 : to 476A

July Dec., 1864: D 177.1.


June, 1865: to 177.8.

L27.W8.

Washita

Washita

t ions

opera

v.:

\.

Jo., Pa.:

"

695.

.V.l I

.Fan.

Co., " foioj F 197.W8.


Co., Oreg,: F882.W4.

Washington

:
war

Military

i"""""I'j.w 2.

I I

So., Mo.

"

Co.,

West

Civil

E 187.W8.

Co., Minn.:

Washington

Die

W 27.W8.

Co., lid.:

aF

290.

[NDEX.
Point,

Wolfl

relief corps

Woman's
Women'a
w

Co., Ohio:

Oo

a.

Ibnry, Levi

Woodburj

Co.,

in.

547. W8.

827.W8.

STaqui

Ilawn, III.: F 548.68.W82.


Is, Lake of the, region : F L059.L2.

w
w

Manitoba

Iward, Q. W.

\v

Wool,

.1. i:. :

Yates

to Saltlllo: E 405.4.

March

David

Wooster,

Co.,

Worcester

Mass.

Yazoo

Pass

expedition,

72.W9.

Columbian

exposition: T

Jonathan

Worth,

500.

national

Co., Va.: F 157.W5.


Co., Me.: F 27.Y6.

York

Co., Ontario:

J.: E 403.1.W9.

W.

Worth,

Lake, Fla.: F 317.D2.

Co., I"\va: F 627.W86.


Writing, Aboriginal American:

York

Co., Pa.:

York

Co..

Worth

Va.:

Writing,

Siege, 1781 :
Siege, 1862:

98.W9.

Indian:

assistance:

215.1.

Wyandol

Co., Ohio:

407. \V9.

Wyandot

Indians:

of

Wyandotte

Wyoming

Cave,
:

Co..

Co..

F rr.v2.CS.

770.

157.Y6.
232.Y6.

220. YG.

Pa.:

127. W9.

massacre,

Valley. Pa.:

letters: E

473.61.

park. Cal.

Valley. Cal.

Younger,

Cole:

Yuchi

241.W9.

241. Y6.

00. Y9.

and

Valley. Alaska:

912. Y0.
F

Territory:
Co., Ariz.

Zapotecs:

Mexico:

X.

Yakima

Co., Wash.
Indian

Yakima

Indians:

Yakima

River

1001.
817.Y9.

"

'. :

war

and

262.Y2.

Zelaya, J. S.

897.Y18.
E

1219.

Zeno,
Zeno, Xi.colo:
Zulia, Venezuela

Zufii

Antonio:

00.Y2.

Valley, Wash.:

F 897.Y2.

Indians:

98.M6Z.

1526.Z.

Zelaya, Nicaragua:

B3.84.

1381.

Zeisberger, David:

Yakima

868.Y6.

868. Y8.

River

Zacatecas,

River,

.".23.

Yadkin

504. Y.

1376.

Indians:

Yuma

Co., Cal.:

Yukon

157. W0.

868.Y6.

Yucatan:

157.W8.
I77s:

Yosemite

Yuba
F

V.:

X.

national
F

99.H9.

End.

756

Yoscmite

Yukon

1059. Y6.

Va.:

Yoiktown.

59.W9.

i:

Wyoming
Wyoming
Wyoming
Wyoming

Valley,

and

1529.M9.

109.18.
109.18.
:

2331.Z9.

9929.

208

4^^4"

475.22.

F722.

park:

River

Yohoganla

Worth,

Writs

341.

lSi.rj : K

York

259.W.

737.Y4.

World's

108

817.Y3.

Ariz.:

companies

Yellowstone

127. v::.

land

Yellowstone

207.W9.

Scotia

Y.:

X.

Ya/.ou

W3.1.W8.

L054.Y8.

B82.Y2.

99.Y3.

Co., Nova

Co.,

JTavapal Co.,

158.W.

I'

Indians:

Yarmouth

I064.L2.

Quebec:

S*ancey, Bartletl : F 258.Y.


Xancey, W. L. : aE U5.9.Y2.
Yankton
Co., S. Dak. : F 657.Y2.

840.W8.

541.Y2.

Co., Oreg.

Yamhill

R 8

F 247

Co

6859.

E 270.Y2.

war:

Yamaska

197 Wa

CJo., Iowa

Woodford

civil

K ojn.

8800

nnlverslty: LD

Revolution

102.15.

: i:

In Civil war:

wort

Fnle

548.68 W8.

I'

III.:

-3

.Mont.: