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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 17. Later National Literature, Part II.

XV. Later Historians.



Draper, Lyman Copeland. King’s Mountain and its Heroes. Cincinnati, 1881. Essay on the Autographic Collections of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. 1889. A Memoir of Alexander Scott Withers. In Withers, A. S., Chronicles of Border Warfare, Cincinnati, 1895. (With Croffut, W. A., A Helping Hand for Town and Country. Cincinnati, 1870.
Anderson, Rasmus Björn. Biographical Sketch of Lyman C. Draper. In The Illustrated History of Dane County, Wisconsin. Cincinnati, 1881; also in reprints.
Thwaites, Reuben Gold. Lyman Copeland Draper, a Memoir. Wisconsin Hist. Soc. Collections, Madison, XII, 1892. [This sketch appeared first in Thwaites, R. G., Biographical Sketches of Lyman C. Draper and Mortimer Melville Jackson. Madison, 1887. It was enlarged after Draper died and was published in several forms.]
Sketch of Lyman C. Draper. National Educator. May, 1887.
Thwaites, Reuben Gold. Boundaries of Wisconsin. Wis. Hist. Soc. Collections, XI. Madison, 1888. Historic Waterways. Chicago, 1888. Down Historic Waterways. Chicago, 1902. The Story of Wisconsin. Boston [1890.] (Story of the States.) The Colonies. 1891. (Epochs of American History.) Lyman Copeland Draper. A Memoir. Wis. Hist. Soc. Collections, XII. 1892. Our Cycling Tour in England. Chicago, 1892. Story of the Black Hawk War. Wis. Hist. Soc. Collections, XII. 1892. Story of Chequamegon Bay. Wis. Hist. Soc. Collections, XIII. 1895. Story of Madison [Wisconsin.] Madison, 1900. Afloat on the Ohio. Chicago, 1897.As: On the Storied Ohio. Chicago, 1903. Stories of the Badger State. 1900. Daniel Boone. 1902. Father Marquette. 1902. How George Rogers Clark Won the Northwest, and Other Essays in Western History. Chicago, 1903. Brief History of Rocky Mountain Exploration, with special reference to the Expedition of Lewis and Clark. 1904. France in America, 1497–1763. 1905. (The American Nation.) Descriptive List of Manuscript Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Madison, 1906. Wisconsin, The Americanization of a French Settlement. Boston, 1908. (American Commonwealths.) Ohio Valley Press before the War of 1812–15. Am. Antiqu. Soc. Proc. XIX. Worcester, 1909. [Reprinted.] History of the United States for Grammar Schools. Boston, 1912. Editor: Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. XIXX. Madison, 1888–1911. Withers, A. S. Chronicles of Border Warfare. Cincinnati, 1895. The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents. Cleveland, 1896–1901. 73 vols. The University of Wisconsin and its Alumni. Madison, 1900. Kinzie, Mrs. John H. Wau-Bun, the “Early Day” of the Northwest. Chicago, 1901. Hennepin, Father Louis. A New Discovery of a Vast Country in America. Chicago, 1903. 2 vols. Early Western Travels, 1748–1846. Cleveland, 1904–6. 30 vols. Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. 1904–5. 7 vols. (With Kellogg, Louise Phelps) The Draper Series. Madison and Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1905–12. 3 vols. [Documents Relating to the American Revolution from the Draper Manuscripts.] Lahontan, Baron Louis Armand de Lom d’Arce de. New Voyage to North America. Chicago, 1905. 2 vols. Wisconsin History Commission. Original Papers. Madison, 1908–12. 7 vols. Wisconsin History Commission. Reprints. Madison, 1908–12. 2 vols.
Turner, Frederick Jackson. Reuben Gold Thwaites. A Memorial Address. Madison, 1914. [Contains a bibliography.]
Adams, Herbert Baxter. The Germanic Origin of New England Towns. Baltimore, 1883. Johns Hopkins Studies. 1. No. 2. Saxon Tithingmen in America. Baltimore, 1883. Johns Hopkins Studies. 1. No. 4. Village Communities of Cape Anne and Salem. Baltimore, 1883. Johns Hopkins Studies. 1., Nos. 9–10. (With others) Special Methods of Historical Study. 1883. In Hall, G. S., Pedagogical Library, No. 1. Norman Constables in America. Baltimore, 1883. Johns Hopkins Studies. 1. No. 8. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Historical-Genealogical Soc. Proc., April, July, 1882.] Methods of Historical Study. Baltimore, 1884. Johns Hopkins Studies. II. Nos. 1 and 2. Maryland’s Influence upon Land Cessions to the United States. Baltimore, 1885. Johns Hopkins Studies. III. No. 1. Study of History in American Colleges and Universities. Washington, 1887. U. S. Bureau of Education. Circulars of Information, No. 2. Seminary Libraries and University Extension. Baltimore, 1887. Johns Hopkins Studies. V. No. 11. College of William and Mary. Washington, 1887. U. S. Bureau of Education, Circulars of Information, No. 1. Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia. Washington, 1888. U. S. Bureau of Education, Circulars of Information, No. 1. Christopher Columbus and the Discovery of America. Baltimore, 1892. Johns Hopkins Studies. X. Nos. 10–11. Life and Writings of Jared Sparks. Boston, 1893. 2 vols. Jared Sparks and Alexis de Tocqueville. Baltimore, 1898. Johns Hopkins Studies. XVI. No. 12. Public Educational Work in Baltimore. Baltimore, 1899. Johns Hopkins Studies. XVII. No. 12. Public Libraries and Popular Education. Albany, 1900. Univ. of State of N. Y.: HomeEducation Bull. No. 31. The Church and Popular Education. Baltimore, 1900. Johns Hopkins Studies. XVIII. Nos. 8–9. Editor: The Johns Hopkins Studies in Historical and Political Science. Baltimore, 1883–1901. 19 vols. Contributions to American Educational History. Washington, 1887–1900. U. S. Bureau of Education. 28 vols. Annual Reports. American Historical Association. Washington, 1885–1899.
Ely, Richard T. Herbert B. Adams. A Sketch. Am. Monthly Rev. of Revs. XXIV. 1901.
Vincent, John Martin, and Others. Herbert B. Adams. Tributes of Friends. Baltimore, 1902. Contains a bibliography.
White, Andrew Dickson. Outlines of Courses of Lectures on History, Mediæval and Modern, given at the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor and Detroit, 1858–63. Ithaca, 1872. Report on the Organization of a University. Albany, 1867. [Presented to the Trustees of Cornell University, October, 1866.] Report to the Trustees of Cornell University on the Establishment of Sage College for Women. Ithaca, 1872. Greater States of Continental Europe. Ithaca, 1874. Syllabus of Lectures. Paper Money Inflation in France. 1876. Abridged ed. 1882, revised ed. 1896. The Warfare of Science. 1876. Swedish, Lund, 1877. History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom. 1896. French, Paris, 1899. Italian, Turin, 1902. Autobiography. 1905. 2 vols.
Adams, Charles Kendall. Democracy and Monarchy in France. 1874. Historical Sketch of the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, 1876. Manual of Historical Literature. 1882. Christopher Columbus, his Life and Work. 1892. (Makers of America.) History of the United States. (With Trent, W. P.) Boston, 1903. Editor: Representative British Orations. London, 1887. 2 vols. New York and London, 1900. 4 vols. Johnson’s Universal Cyclopedia. 1893–4. 8 vols. As Universal Cyclopedia and Atlas, 1901. 12 vols. Smith, Charles Foster. President Charles Kendall Adams. Wis. Acad. of Science, Arts and Letters. Transactions. XIV. Madison, 1904.


Onderdonk, Henry, Jr. The Annals of Hempstead [Long Island], 1643–1832. 1878. Rise and Growth of the Society of Friends on Long Island and in New York, 1657–1826. 1878. [In same volume with the foregoing.] Battle of Long Island, Aug. 27, 1776. Jamaica, L. I., 1863. Also in Revolutionary Incidents in Suffolk and Kings Counties. 1849. Bibliography of Long Island. In Furman, G., Antiquities of Long Island. 1875. British Prisons and Prison Ships at New York, 1776–1783. Jamaica, L. I., 1863. Also in Revolutionary Incidents in Suffolk and Kings Counties. 1849. Documents and Letters to Illustrate Revolutionary Incidents of Queens County. 1846 2d Series. 1884. History of the First Reformed Dutch Church. Jamaica, L. I. [Jamaica, L. I.], 1884. History of Maryland from Its Settlement to 1877. Baltimore, 1878. Long Island and New York in Olden Times. Jamaica, L. I. Queens County in Olden Times; being a Supplement to the Several Histories thereof. Jamaica, L. I., 1865. Revolutionary Incidents in Suffolk and Kings Counties; with an Account of the Battles of Long Island and the British Prisons and Prison-Ships. 1849. An important part of Onderdonk’s work was published in the local newspapers.
Furman, Gabriel. Antiquities of Long Island, to which is added a Bibliography by Henry Onderdonck, Jr. Ed. Frank Moore. 1875. Notes Geographicaland Historical, Relating to the Town of Brooklyn. Brooklyn, 1824, 1865 [with Memoir of the Author by W. Gowans]. Editor: Denton, Daniel. A Brief Description of New York, 1845. [Gowans’ Bibliotheca Americana, No. 1.]
Gowans, W. Reminiscences of Gabriel Furman. In Furman, G., Notes Relating to Brooklyn. 1865.
Hawks, Francis Lister. Evidences of Christianity. 1834. The American Forest. 1834. History of the United States. 1835. 2 vols. History of the United States. Virginia. 1840. Natural History. Conversations with Children about Inferior Animals. 1835. Conversations with Children about Whale Fisheries and the Polar Seas. 1836. 2 vols. Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of the United States. Virginia and Maryland. 1836–39. 2 vols. Early History of the Western States. Illustrated by Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. Boston, 1838. Early History of the Southern States. Illustrated by Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. Boston, 1839. Early History of the Middle States. Illustrated by Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. Boston, 1839. Story of the American Revolution. Illustrated by Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. Boston, 1839. (Last four items under pseudonym Lambert Lilly.) Adventures of Captain John Smith. 1843. Adventures of Daniel Boone. 1844. Auricular Confession in the Protestant Episcopal Church. 1850. Monuments of Egypt a Witness for the Bible. 1850. Adventures of Henry Hudson. 1852. Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. In Cooke, Wm. D., Revolutionary History of North Carolina. Raleigh, N. C., 1853. Romance of Biography. Illustrated in the Lives of Historic Personages. No. 1. Richard the Lion-hearted. 1855. The Pictorial Cyclopedia of Biography. 1856. History of North Carolina. Fayetteville, N. C., 1857–8. 2 vols. Elementary Instruction in the English Language. 1866. Story of a Penitent: Lola Montez. 1867. Poems. Hitherto uncollected. 1873. Editor: Narrative of the Expedition of an American Squadron to China and Japan, under Commodore M. C. Perry. Washington, 1852. 3 vols. (With Perry, W. S.) Documentary History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. No. 1. South Carolina, 1862; No. 2, Connecticut, 1863–4. 2 vols.
Richardson, N. S. Sketch of the Life of Rev. Francis Lister Hawks. In Tribute to the Memory of Rev. Francis Lister Hawks. 1867.
Duyckinck, Evart Augustus. A Memorial of Francis L. Hawks. 1871.
Dawson, Henry Barton. Reminiscences of the Park and Its Vicinity. 1855. In Valentine’s Manual, 1855, and separately. Enlarged with title, The Park and Its Vicinity. 1867. (Part I of Gleanings.) Battles of the United States by Sea and Land. [1858.] 2 vols. The Sons of Liberty in New York. 1859. (With others). Major-General Israel Putnam. Morrisiania, 1860. State Sovereignty. A Dialogue. Frankfort, Ky. 1862. Assault on Stony Point, by General Anthony Wayne, July 16, 1779, 1863. Current Fiction Tested by Uncurrent Facts. 1864. [Contains letters between Dawson, Jay, J., and Hamilton, J. A., in regard to Dawson’s edition of The Federalist.] Battles of the War of the Revolution. Morrisiania, N. Y., 1867. [Only Part 1 appeared.] Old New York Revived. [Morrisiania, 1866 (?)] Westchester County, New York, during the American Revolution. Morrisiania, 1886. Editor: The Federalist … with an Historical Introduction and Notes. 1863. The Gazette Series. 1866. 4 vols. [Contains Papers concerning the Capture and Detention of Major André. Vol. 1; Papers concerning …Yonkers, Vol. 2; Papers concerning the Boundary Between the States of New York and New Jersey, Vol. 3; and Rambles in Westchester County, New York Vol. 4. These pieces appeared first in the Westchester Gazette.] Gleanings from the Harvest-field of American History. [Announced in seventeen numbers in 1866, but only numbers 1, 4, 5, 6, and 11 appeared, some of which had previously been published.] The Historical Magazine. Morrisiania, 1866–75. Dring, Thomas. Recollections of the Jersey Prison Ships. Morrisiania, 1865. Record of the Trial of Joshua Hett Smith, 1780. Morrisiania, 1866. In the Magazine Miscellany. Records of the City of New Amsterdam. Morrisiania, 1867.
Brodhead, John Romeyn. Final Report of the Agent to Procure Documents in Europe, Relative to the Colonial History of New York. Albany, 1845. Sen. Doc. No. 47. 1845. History of the State of New York. First Period, 1609–1664. 1853–71, 1859–71. Compiler: Documents Relative to the Colonial History of New York. Albany, 1858–61. 11 vols.
O’Callaghan, Edward Bailey. History of New Netherland, or New York under the Dutch. 1846–8. 2 vols. List of Editions of the Holy Scriptures and Parts thereof, Printed in America previous to 1860. Albany, 1861. Register of New Netherland, 1626–1674. Albany, 1865. Editor: Documentary History of the State of New York. Albany, 1849–51. [Donck, Adrian van der]. Remonstrance of New Netherland. Albany, 1856. Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York. Albany, 1858–61. 11 vols. [The Brodhead transcripts are in this work.] Wooley, Charles. A Two Years’ Journal in New York. 1860. Burgoyne, General John. Orderly-Book. Albany, 1860. Calendar of Historical Manuscripts in the Office of the Secretary of State. Albany, 1865–6. 2 vols. Journal of a Voyage of the Sloop Mary. Albany, 1866. Clarke, George. Voyage to America. Albany, 1867. Voyages of the Slavers St. John and Arms of Amsterdam, 1659, 1663. Albany, 1867. Laws and Ordinances of New Netherland, 1638–74. Albany, 1868. The Jesuit Relations. Albany, 1870–1. 8 vols.
Shea, John Dawson Gilmary. Bibliographical Account of Catholic Bibles, Testaments and Other Portions of Scripture translated from the Latin Vulgate and printed in the United States. 1849. [Reprinted from the New York Freeman’s Journal.] A School History of the United States. 1853. History of Catholic Missions among the Indian Tribes, 1529–1854. 1855. Perils of Ocean and Wilderness, or Narrations of Shipwreck and Indian Captivity, from Early Missionary Annals. Boston [1856.] A Child’s History of the United States. [1872.] 3 vols. As The Story of a Great Nation, 1886. 1 vol. Catholic Directory, Almanac, and Ordo for 1876. 1875. The Catholic Churches in New York City. 1878. History of the Catholic Church within the Limits of the United States. 1879. Enlarged ed., 1886–92. 4 vols. Hierarchy of the Catholic Church in the United States. 1886. Life and Times of the Most Rev. John Carroll, Bishop and first Archbishop of Baltimore. 1888. Glories of the Catholic Church. 1895. 3 vols. Editor: Discovery and Exploration of the Mississippi Valley, with Original Narrations of Marquette, Allouez, Membré, Hennepin and Anastase Douay. 1852. Also in French, B. F., Historical Collections of Louisiana. Vol. 4. The Jesuit Relations. Cramoisy Series. 1857–87. 26 vols. The Historical Magazine. 1859–65. Library of American Linguistics. Series I, 1860–3. 13 vols. Series II. 1873. 2 vols. Early Voyages up and down the Mississippi, by Cavelier, St. Cosme, Le Sueur, Gravier, and Guignas. Albany,1861. The Fallen Braves. A Biographical Memorial of the American Officers who have given their Lives for the Preservation of the Union. 1861. Issued again in numbers, as The American Nation, Lives of the Fallen Braves and Living Heroes. 1863–64. Lincoln Memorial. 1865. Jogues, Father Isaac. Novum Belgium: an Account of New Netherland in 1643–4. 1862. Miller, John. Description of the Province and City of New York. 1862. Operations of the French Fleet under Count De Grasse in 1781–2. 1864. Colden, Cadwallader. History of the Five Indian Nations of the Province of New York. 1866. Charlevoix, Rev. P. F. X. de. History and General Description of New France. 1866–72. 6 vols. Alsop, George. A Character of the Province of Maryland. 1869. Hennepin, Father Louis. A Description of Louisiana. 1880. Le Clercq, Father Christian. First Establishment of the Faith in New France. 1881. 2 vols. Freytas, Father Nicholas de. Expedition of Don Diego Dionisio de Penalosa … from Santa Fé to the River Mischipi and Quivira in 1662. 1882. Martin, Rev. Felix. Life of Father Isaac Jogues. 1885.
Spillane, Rev. Edward. Bibliography of John Gilmary Shea. U. S. Catholic Historical Society Records and Studies. VI, Part 2, pp. 249–274. 1913.
Walsh, James J. John Gilmary Shea. Am. Cath. Quart. Rev., XXXVIII. 1913.
Baird, Henry Martyn. The Homeric Dialect. London, 1853. Modern Greece: Narrative of a Residence in that Country. 1856. Life of Rev. Robert Baird. 1866. History of the Rise of the Huguenots in France. 1879. 2 vols. The Huguenots and Henry of Navarre. 1886. 2 vols. Huguenots and the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. 1895. 2 vols. Theodore Beza. 1899 (Heroes of the Reformation.)
Draper, John William. Treatise on the Forces which Produce the Organization of Plants. 1844. A Text-book on Chemistry. 1846. A Text-book on Natural Philosophy. 1847. Human Physiology. 1856. Russian, 1867–68. 2 vols. A Text-book on Physiology for Schools and Colleges. 1866. The Intellectual Development of Europe. 1863. Revised ed., 1875; German ed., Leipzig, 1865. 2 vols.; French ed., Paris, 1868–9, 3 vols.; Russian, St. Petersburg, 1869; Serbian, Belgrade, 1871. Thoughts on the Future Civil Policy of America. 1865. German, Leipzig, 1866; Russian, St. Petersburg, 1866. History of the American Civil War. 1867–1870. 3 vols. The History of the Conflict between Religion and Science. 1875. 8th ed., 1876; French, Paris, 1875; German, Leipzig, 1875; Russian, St. Petersburg, 1876; Italian, Milan, 1876; Dutch, Gravenhage, 1877; Swedish, Stockholm, 1883; Japanese, Tokio, 1894. (International Scientific Series.) Science in America. 1876. Scientific Memoirs. 1878. Poems. Boston [1913].
Barker, George Frederick. Memoir of John William Draper. National Academy of Sciences: Biographical Memoirs. Vol. 11, 351–388. [Contains a bibliography.]
Brown, Marshal S. The Historical Writings of J. W. Draper. In the Draper Centenary Number of The Colonnade, New York University, June, 1911.
Swinton, William. Rambles among Words, their Poetry, History, and Wisdom. 1859. The War for the Union. 1864. The Military and Naval Situation. Washington, 1864. Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac. 1866. The Twelve Decisive Battles of the War. 1867. How the “Ring” Ran Pacific Mail. A Story of Wall Street. 1867. History of the Seventh Regiment, National Guard, State of New York, during the War of Rebellion. 1870.Condensed United States: A Condensed School History. 1871. A School History of the United States. 1871. Outlines of the World’s History. 1874. Swinton wrote, also, a number of text-books on grammar, geography, and literature.
Grant, Ulysses Simpson. Personal Memoirs. 1885–86. General Grant’s Letters to a Friend, 1861–80. 1897. Ed. Wilson, J. G. Letters of Grant to his Father, on the Capture of Vicksburg. Am. Hist. Rev., XII. 1906. Letters of General Grant to his Father and Youngest Sister, 1857–78. 1912. Ed. Cramer, J. G.
Sherman, William Tecumseh. Memoirs. 1875. 2 vols. The Sherman Letters: Correspondence Between General and Senator Sherman, from 1837 to 1891. 1894. Ed. Thorndike, R. S. Home Letters of General Sherman. 1909. Ed. Howe, M. A. De W.
Boynton, H[enry] V[an Ness]. Sherman’s Historical Raid. Cincinnati, 1875. (A review of Sherman’s Memoirs.)
Moulton, C. W. A Review of General Sherman’s Memoirs Examined. Cincinnati, 1875. (A reply to Boynton’s Review.)
Sheridan, Philip Henry. Personal Memoirs. 1888. 2 vols.
Nicolay, John George. The Outbreak of Rebellion. 1881. (Campaigns of the Civil War.) (With Hay, John) Abraham Lincoln: a History. 1890. 10 vols. A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln. 1902. (With Hay, John) edited: Abraham Lincoln: Complete Works. 1894. 2 vols.
Hay, John. Addresses. 1906.
See Nicolay, above; and see, also, Bibliographies to Book III, Chaps. X and XI.
Pollard, Edward Albert. Black Diamonds Gathered in the Darkey Homes of the South. 1859. The Southern Spy, or Curiosities of Slavery in the South. Washington, 1859. Letters of a Southern Spy in Washington and Elsewhere. Baltimore, 1861. The First Year of the War. Richmond, 1862. New York, 1863. The Second Year of the War. Richmond, 1863. New York, 1863. The Third Year of the War. 1865. (On account of scarcity of paper in the South the Richmond edition ceased.) The Last Year of the War. 1865. These volumes were published as a Southern History of the War, 1863–5. 4 vols; 1865, 2 vols; 1866, 1 vol. A Southern History of the Great Civil War in the United States. Toronto, 1863. The War in America, 1863–64. London, 1866. The Lost Cause, a New Southern History of the War of the Confederates. 1866. Enlarged ed., 1867. French, New Orleans, 1867. Observations in the North: Eight Months in Prison and on Parole. Richmond, 1865. Lee and his Lieutenants. 1867. As: Early Life, Campaigns, and Public Services of Robert E. Lee. 1870. The Lost Cause Regained. 1868. Life of Jefferson Davis, with a Secret History of the Southern Confederacy. Philadelphia, 1869. The Virginia Tourist. Philadelphia, 1870.
Stephens, Alexander Hamilton. A Constitutional View of the Late War Between the States. Philadelphia, 1868–70. 2 vols. The Reviewers Reviewed: a Supplement to the “War Between the States.” 1872. A Compendium of the History of the United States, Columbia, S. C. 1875. A Comprehensive and Popular History of the United States. Syracuse, N. Y., 1883. Recollections of A. H. Stephens: his Diary kept when a Prisoner at Fort Warren. 1910. Ed. Avary, M. L. The Correspondence of Robert Toombs, Alexander H. Stephens, and Howell Cobb. Washington, 1911. Am. Hist. Assoc. Annual Report, 1911. Vol. 2. Ed. Phillips, U. B.
Davis, Jefferson. Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government. 1881. 2 vols. A Short History of the Confederate States of America. 1890.


Harrisse, Henry. Notes on Columbus. Cambridge, 1865. Bibliotheca Americana Vetustissima. A Description of Works Relating to America, published between 1492 and 1551. 1866. D. Fernando Colon, historiador de su Padre. Seville, 1871. [A Critical Essay.] French, Paris, 1871. Bibliotheca Americana Vetustissima. Additions. Paris, 1872. Notes pour servir à l’histoire et la bibliographie de la Nouvelle France, 1545–1700. Paris, 1872. L’Histoire de Christophe Colomb, attribué á son fils Fernand. Paris, 1873. Les Colombo de France et d’Italie. Paris, 1874. Bibliographie de Manon Lescaut, et Notes pour servir á l’histoire du livre. Paris, 1877. Los Restos de Don Cristoval Colon. Seville, 1878. Jean et Sebastien Cabot. Leur Origine et leurs Voyages. Paris, 1882. Les Corte-Real et leurs Voyages au Nouveau Monde. Paris, 1883. Christophe Colomb, son origine, sa vie, ses voyages, sa famille, et ses descendants. Paris, 1884. 2 vols. Grandeur et décadence de la Colombine. 2d ed. Paris, 1885. (An exposure of the depradations on the Bibliothéque Colombine at Seville. It was supplemented by La Colombine et Clement Marot. Paris, 1886.) La quatrième centenaire de la decouverte du Nouveau Monde. Gênes, 1887. Excerpta Colombiana. Paris, 1887. (Bibliography of 400 rare pieces.) Christophe Colomb et Savonne. Gênes, 1887. Christopher Columbus and the Bank of Saint George, 1888. Italian, Genoa, 1890. Document inédit concernant Vasco da Gama. Paris, 1889. Discovery of North America. Paris, 1892. Christophe Colomb devant l’histoire. Paris, 1892. Apocrypha Americana. Paris, 1892. (Criticism of the pretended letter of Columbus to Sontangel.) Christopher Columbus. London, 1893. [Fascimile in folio of the Book of Privileges of Columbus, 1502. Introduction by Harrisse was published with title, Christopher Columbus his own Book of Privileges. London, 1893.] Sébastien Cabot, navigateur vénitien. Paris, 1893. Opera Minora. Christophe Colomb et les académiciens espagnols. Paris, 1894. Lettre de Christophe Colomb annoncant aux Rois Catholiques la decouverte de Nouveau Monde. Paris, 1894. Americus Vespuce. London, 1895. Le Président de Thou et ses descendants. Paris, 1895. John Cabot, Discoverer of North America, and his Son. London, 1896. L’Abbé Prévost. Histoire de sa vie. Paris, 1896. The Discovery of North America by John Cabot. London, 1897. Sébastien Cabot, pilote major d’espagne. Paris, 1897. Diplomatic History of America. Its First Chapter, 1452–1493. London, 1897. (Relation of Spain and Portugal with reference to the New World.) L. L. Bailly, peintre, dessinateur et lithographe. Sa vie et son œuvre. Paris, 1898. Découverte et évolution cartographique de Terre-Neuve et des pays circonvoisins, 1494–1501–1769. Paris, 1900. Opera Minora. Les falsifications bolognaises reliures et livres. Paris, 1903.
Vignaud, Henry. Henry Harrisse, étude biographique et morale. Paris, 1912. (Contains a bibliography.)
See, also, Soc. des Américanistes de Paris. Journal, 1911.
Vidart, Luis. Los Aciertos del Sr. Pinheiro Chagas y los Errores del Sr. Harrisse. Madrid, 1893.
Cordier, Henri. Henry Harrisse; bibliographie. Bull. du bibliophile. Paris, 1910.
Brevoort, James Carson. Verrazano the Navigator; or, Notes on Giovanni daVerrazano and on a Planisphere of 1529 Illustrating his American Voyage of 1524. 1874.
Murphy, Henry Cruse. Henry Hudson in Holland. The Hague, 1859. The Voyage of Verrazano. 1875. Editor: Donck, Adrian van der. The Representation of New Netherland. 1849. Translator: Anthology of New Netherland: translated from the Early Dutch Poets of New York, with Memoirs of their Lives. 1865. (Bradford Club Series, No. 4.) Journal of Jasper Danckaerts [and Peter Sluyter], 1679–80. Brooklyn, 1867.
Winsor, Justin. Reader’s Handbook of the American Revolution. Boston, 1880. Christopher Columbus and How he Received and Imparted the Spirit of Discovery. Boston, 1891. Cartier to Frontenac: Geographical Discovery of the Interior of North America, 1534–1700. Boston, 1894. The Mississippi Basin, 1699–1763. Boston, 1895. The Westward Movement: the Colonies and the Republic West of the Alleghanies, 1763–1798. Boston, 1897. Editor: Memorial History of Boston. Boston, 1880–82. 4 vols. Narrative and Critical History of America. Boston, 1884–89. 8 vols. A Calendar of the Jared Sparks Manuscripts in the Harvard College Library. Cambridge, 1889. Wild, Ebenezer. Arnold’s Expedition against Canada. Diary. Cambridge, 1886.
Bourne, Edward Gaylord. History of the Surplus Revenue of 1837. 1885. History and Determination of the Line of Demarcation by Pope Alexander VI. Washington, 1902. Am. Hist. Assoc. Report, 1891. pp. 103–130. Essays in Historical Criticism. 1901. Spain in America, 1450–1580. 1904. (The American Nation.) Spanish, 1906. Discovery, Conquest, and Early History of the Philippine Islands. An Historical Introduction to The Philippine Islands, 1493–1898. 1, pp. 19–87. Cleveland, 1907. Editor: Wooley, Charles. A Two Years’ Journal in New York. Cleveland, 1902. Fournier, Auguste. Napoleon the First. A Biography. 1903. Roscher, Wilhelm G. F. The Spanish Colonial System. 1904. Narratives of the Career of Hernando de Soto, told by a Knight of Elvas. 1904. 2 vols. The Voyages and Explorations of Samuel de Champlain, Narrated by Himself. 1906. 2 vols. The Northmen, Columbus and Cabot, 985–1503. 1906. The Yale Review. [May, 1896-Feb., 1908.]
Eells, Myron. Reply to Professor Bourne’s “The Whitman Legend,” Walla Walla. Washington, 1902. (The paper on Marcus Whitman is in the Essays in Historical Criticism. Bourne published many short papers in the Am. Hist. Review and Am. Hist. Assoc. Reports.)
Marshall, William Isaac. History vs. The Whitman Saved Oregon Story. Chicago, 1904. (Three essays. The third, on Bourne’s criticism, is also in Am. Hist. Assoc. Report, 1900. 1, 219–36.)


Kirk, John Foster. History of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. Philadelphia, 1864. 2 vols. A Supplement to Allibone’s Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors. Philadelphia, 1891. 2 vols. Charles Sumner. Philadelphia, 1892. Editor: Prescott, W. H. History of the Conquest of Mexico. Philadelphia, 1874. Prescott, W. H. History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. Philadelphia, 1872. 2 vols. Prescott, W. H. History of the Conquest of Peru. Philadelphia, 1874. Prescott, W. H. History of the Reign of Philip II. Philadelphia, 1874. Prescott, W. H. Works. Philadelphia, 1895. Palgrave’s Golden Treasury. Philadelphia, 1897. Robertson, William. History of the Reign of the EmperorCharles V. Philadelphia, 1902. Prescott, W. H. Biographical and Critical Miscellanies. Philadelphia, 1903.
Parkman, Francis. California and the Oregon Trail. 1849. First published in The Knickerbocker Magazine, 1847. Many eds. As Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life; or, The California and Oregon Trail. 1852. History of the Conspiracy of Pontiac and the War of the North American Tribes Against the English Colonies after the Conquest of Canada. Boston, 1851. 2 vols. 8th ed., enlarged, 1875. 2 vols. Vassall Morton, a Novel. Boston, 1856. France and England in North America. Boston, 1865–1892. 9 vols. as follows: Part I. The Pioneers of France in the New World. Boston, 1865; Part II. The Jesuits in North America. Boston, 1867. Stuttgart, 1878; Part III. The Discovery of the Great West. Boston, 1869. Published in 1879, 11th ed., as La Salle and The Discovery of the Great West; Part IV. The Old Régime in Canada. Boston, 1874; Part V. Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV. Boston, 1877; Part VI. A Half Century of Conflict. 1892. 2 vols. The last part to be finished; Part VII. Montcalm and Wolfe. Boston, 1884. The Book of Roses. Boston, 1866. Historic Handbook of the Northern Tour, Lakes George and Champlain, Niagara, Montreal, Quebec. Boston, 1885. The Struggle for a Continent. Edited from the writings of Francis Parkman by Pelham Edgar. Boston, 1907. Letters from Francis Parkman to E. G. Squier, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1911. Ed. Seitz, Don. Editor: Historical Account of Bouquet’s Expedition Against the Ohio Indians in 1764. Cincinnati, 1868. (With Winsor, Justin) Maréchal de Lévis. French-War Papers. Cambridge, 1888.
Casgrain, l’Abbé H[enri] R[aymond]. Francis Parkman. Quebec, 1872.
See, also, uvres Complètes, tome II. Montreal, 1897.
Frotheringham, O[ctavius] B[rooks]. Francis Parkman. A Sketch. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proceedings. Boston, 1894.
Anon. A Critical Review of the Works of Francis Parkman. Boston, 1897. (Publishers’ advertisement.)
Farnham, Charles Haight. A Life of Francis Parkman. Boston, 1900.
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Doyle, John Andrew. Historical Writings of Francis Parkman. An Historical Essay. London, 1911.
Eggleston, Edward. A History of the United States and Its People. 1888. A First Book in American History. 1889. The Household History of the United States and Its People. 1891. Stories of American Life and Adventure. 1895. Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans. 1895. The Beginners of a Nation. 1896, 1897, 1900. The Transit of Civilization from England to America in the Seventeenth Century. 1901. The New Centennial History of the United States. 1904.
See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XI.
Fiske, John. Tobacco and Alcohol: It Does Pay to Smoke—the Coming Man will Drink Wine. 1869. Myths and Mythmakers. Boston, 1873. Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy. Boston, 1874. 4 vols. The Unseen World and Other Essays. Boston, 1876. Darwinism and Other Essays. Boston, 1879. Excursions of an Evolutionist. Boston, 1883. The Destiny of Man Viewed in the Light of his Origin. Boston, 1884. The Idea of God as Affected by Modern Knowledge. Boston, 1885. American Political Ideals 1885. (Three lectures delivered first in London, 1880.) The Critical Periodof American History, 1783–9. Boston, 1888. The Beginnings of New England. Boston, 1889. The War of Independence. Boston, 1889. Civil Government in the United States Considered with Reference to Its Origins. Boston, 1890. The American Revolution. Boston, 1891. 2 vols. The Discovery of America. Boston, 1892. 2 vols. History of the United States for Schools. Boston, 1894. Edward Livingston Youmans, Interpreter of Science to the People. 1894. Old Virginia and Her Neighbors. 1897. 2 vols. The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America. Boston, 1899. A Century of Science and Other Essays. Boston, 1899. Through Nature to God. Boston, 1899. The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War. Boston, 1900. The Life Everlasting. Boston, 1901. New France and New England. Boston, 1902. Essays, Historical and Literary. 1902. 2 vols. Colonization of the New World. Philadelphia, 1902. (A History of All Nations, vol. 21.) Independence of the New World. Philadelphia, 1902. (A History of All Nations, vol. 22.) Modern Development of the New World. Philadelphia, 1902. (A History of All Nations, vol. 23.) How the United States Become a Nation. Boston, 1904. Unpublished Orations. Boston, 1909. (The Bibliophile Soc.) Editor: Taine, H[ippolyte] A[dolphe]. History of English Literature, 1872. (With Wilson, James Grant) Appleton’s Cyclopædia of American Biography. 1887–89. 6 vols. Proctor, Edna Dean. Songs of the Ancient People. Boston, 1893.
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Davis, Andrew McFarland. John Fiske. Am. Acad. of Arts and Sciences. Proceedings, XXXVII. Boston, 1902.
Green, Samuel Swett. Reminiscences of John Fiske. Am. Antiqu. Soc. Procs. XIV (n. s.) Worcester, 1902.
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Lea, Henry Charles. Superstition and Force. Philadelphia, 1866. An Historical Sketch of Sacerdotal Celibacy in the Christian Church. Philadelphia, 1867. Studies in Church History. Philadelphia, 1866. Translations and Other Rhymes. Philadelphia, 1882. History of the Inquisition in the Middle Ages. 1888. 3 vols. The Martyrdom of San Pedro Arbués. Am. Hist. Assoc., Papers, III, 435–53. 1889. Chapters from the Religious History of Spain Connected with the Inquisition. Philadelphia, 1890. History of Auricular Confession and Indulgences in the Latin Church. Philadelphia, 1896. 3 vols. The Dead Hand. Philadelphia, 1900. The Moriscos of Spain: their Conversion and Compulsion. Philadelphia, 1901. Molinos and the Italian Mystics. 1906. History of the Inquisition in Spain. 1906–7. 4 vols. The Inquisition in the Spanish Dependencies. 1908. The Bible View of Polygamy, n. d., n. p.
Lea, Arthur Henry. Henry Charles Lea. Philadelphia, 1910. [Pp. 24: a large life by the same author is announced.]
Cheyney, Edward Potts. Henry Charles Lea. Am. Philos. Soc. Proceedings. L. Appendix, iii–xli.
Baumgarten, Paul Maria. Henry Charles Lea’s Historical Writings; A Critical Inquiry into their Method and Merit. 1909. Eng. trans. from Die Werke von Henry Charles Lea und verwandte Bücher. Munster, 1908.
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Castelot, E. L’expulsion des Moriques d’Espagne. Jour d. économistes, ser. 6. Vol. IV, 3–19.
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Bancroft, Hubert Howe. Works as follows1: Vols. 1–5. The Native Races of the Pacific States. San Francisco, 1874–75, 1882. Written by Bancroft, H. H.; Oak, H. L.; Harcourt, T. A.; Goldschmidt, A.; Fisher, W. U.; and Nemos, William. Vols. 6–8. History of Central America. San Francisco, 1882–87, 1890. Written by Bancroft, H. H.; Oak, H. L.; Nemos, William; Savage, Thomas; and Peatfield, J. J.; with some aid from others. Vols. 9–14. History of Mexico. San Francisco, 1883–88, 1890. Written under Bancroft’s supervision by Nemos, William; Savage, Thomas; Peatfield, J. J.; with some aid from others. Vols. 15–16. History of the Northern Mexican States. San Francisco, 1883–89. Written by Oak, H. L.; Peatfield, J. J.; and others. Vol. 17. History of Arizona and New Mexico. San Francisco, 1889, 1890. Written by Oak, H. L. Vols. 18–24. History of California. San Francisco, 1888–90, 1890. Vols. 1–5 [18–22] written by Oak, H. L.; 6–7 [23–24] by Nemos, William; Victor, Mrs. Frances Fuller. Vol. 25. History of Nevada, Colorado and Wyoming. San Francisco, 1890. Written by Victor, Mrs. Frances Fuller, except chapters I and II, which were written by Bancroft, H. H. Vol. 26. History of Utah. San Francisco, 1889, 1890. Largely written by Bates, Alfred. Vols. 27–28. History of the Northwest Coast. San Francisco, 1884, 1890. First half written by Oak, H. L. Vols. 29–30. History of Oregon. San Francisco, 1886–8, 1890. Written by Victor, Mrs. Frances Fuller. Vol. 31. History of Washington, Idaho and Montana. San Francisco, 1890. Written by Victor, Mrs. Frances Fuller. Vol. 32. History of British Columbia. San Francisco, 1888, 1890. Written by Bancroft, H. H.; Nemos, William; Bourman, Amos; and Bates, Alfred. Vol. 33. History of Alaska. San Francisco, 1886, 1890. Written by Bancroft, H. H.; Bates, Alfred; Petroff, Ivan; and Nemos, William. Vol. 34. California Pastorals. San Francisco, 1888. Written chiefly by Bancroft, H. H. Vol. 35. California Inter Pocula. San Francisco, 1888. Written chiefly by Bancroft, H. H. Chapter XIX and some of the incidents elsewhere by Victor, Mrs. Frances Fuller. Vols. 36–37. Popular Tribunals. San Francisco, 1887. Written chiefly by Bancroft, H. H. Vol. 38. Essays and Miscellanies. San Francisco. 1890. Written by Bancroft, H. H. Vol. 39. Literary Industries. San Francisco, 1890. Written by Bancroft, H. H. The Early American Chroniclers. San Francisco, 1883. [A reply to the criticisms of Lewis H. Morgan.] A Popular History of the Mexican People. San Francisco, 1887. History of the Life of William Gilpin. San Francisco, 1889.
The assignment of authors to the various volumes follows William Alfred Morris in Oregon Historical Quarterly, IV, 287–364.
The New Pacific. 1900. Chronicles of the Builders of the Commonwealth. San Francisco. 1891–92. 7 vols. The Book of the [World’s] Fair. Chicago and San Francisco, 1893. Some Cities and San Francisco. 1907. Retrospections Political and Personal. 1912. Why a World Centre of Industry at San Francisco Bay. 1916. In these Days. Chicago, 1917.
Clare, Israel Smith. The Bancroft Library of Universal History. New York and Chicago, 1908.
Morris, William Alfred. The Origin and Authorship of the Bancroft Pacific States Publications: a History of a History. I. Quarterly of the Oregon Hist. Soc., IV, 287–364. Dec., 1903.
Morgan, Lewis Henry. Montezuma’s Dinner. North American Rev., Apr., 1876.
A Brief Account of the Literary Undertakings of H. H. Bancroft. London, 1883.
Trigo, José M., [Compiler]. Geografia física universal de Bancroft. San Francisco, 1891.
Mahan, Alfred Thayer. Gulf and Inland Waters. 1883. (The Navy in the Civil War.) The Influence of Sea Power on History, 1660–1763. Boston, 1890. The Influence of Sea Power on the French Revolution and Europe, 1793–1812. Boston, 1892. 2 vols. Admiral Farragut. 1892. (Great Commanders.) The Life of Nelson, the Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain. Boston, 1897. 2 vols. The Interest of America in Sea Power, Present and Future. Boston, 1897. Lessons of the War with Spain and Other Articles. Boston, 1899. French, Paris, 1900. The Problem of Asia and its Effect Upon International Policies. Boston, 1900. The War in South Africa; a Narrative of the Anglo-Boer War. 1900. Types of Naval Officers Drawn from the History of the British Navy. Boston, 1901. Retrospect and Prospect: Studies in International Relations, Naval and Political. Boston, 1902. Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812. Boston, 1905. 2 vols. From Sail to Steam. Recollections of a Naval Life. 1907. (Contains a bibliography.) (With others) Some Neglected Aspects of War. Boston, 1907. Naval Administration and Warfare … with Others Essays. Boston, 1908. The Harvest Within: Thoughts on the Life of a Christian. Boston, 1909. Interest of America in International Conditions. Boston, 1910. Naval Strategy Compared … with Military Operations on Land. Boston, 1911. Armaments and Arbitrations; or, The Place of Force in the Intellectual Relations of States. 1912. Major Operations of the Navies in the War of American Independence. Boston, 1913. (Sachs, J., translator) Die Weise Rase und die Seeherrschaft. Vienna, 1909.
Biographisches über Mahan. Sein Werdigung als Historiker und Schriftsteller. Marine Rundschau. Berlin, 1908.
Akeille, Léonce. Notre Puissance Maritime et le livre de Mahan. Paris, 1912. Marine Française. Année 25.
“Xcubitor.” Admiral Mahan’s Warning. London, 1910. Fortnightly Review, XCIV (n. s. LXXXVIII), 224.
Deir, Andrew. Captain Mahan. Glasgow, 1904. Nautical Mag., LXXIII, 739.
Moireau, Auguste. La Maitrise de la Mer: les Théories du Capitaine Mahan. Paris, 1902. Rev. d. deux Mondes. CLXXII. (per. 5,) II.
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Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. Railroad Legislation. Boston, 1868. The DoubleAnniversary: ’76 and ’63. Boston, 1869. [An Address at Quincy, Mass. 4 July, 1869.] A Chapter of Erie. Boston, 1869. (With Adams, Henry): Chapters of Erie and Other Essays. Boston, 1871. Regulation of Railroads through State Ownership of One. Boston, 1873. Address at the 250th Anniversary of the Settlement of Weymouth, July 4, 1874. Weymouth Hist. Soc. Pubs., No. 3, 1905, with additional remarks. Railroads, their Origin and Problems. 1878. Notes on Railroad Accidents. 1879. A College Fetich. Boston, 1883. Also in Three Phi Beta Kappa Addresses. Boston, 1907. Richard Henry Dana. A Biography. Boston, 1890. 2 vols. Some Phases of Sexual Morality and Church Discipline in Colonial New England. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc., June, 1891. Boston, 1891. History of Quincy [Massachusetts]. Boston, 1891. History of Braintree, Mass. Cambridge, 1891. Three Episodes of Massachusetts History. Boston, 1892, 1893. 2 vols. [1. Settlement of Boston. 2. Antinomian Controversy. 3. Study in Church and Town Government.] Massachusetts, Its History and Historians. Boston, 1893. The Sifted Grain and the Grain Sifters. Cambridge, 1900. Also, Am. Hist. Rev. VI., 197–234. Jan., 1901. Charles Francis Adams, the First. Boston, 1900. (American Statesmen.) Shall Cromwell have a Statue? Boston, 1902. Also in Three Phi Beta Kappa Addresses. Boston, 1907. Before and After the Treaty of Washington. 1902. (Address, enlarged, before the N. Y. Hist. Soc., 19 Nov., 1901.) Lee at Appomattox and Other Papers. Boston, 1903. The Constitutional Ethics of Secession and “War is Hell.” Boston, 1903. (The first is in Studies, Military and Diplomatic. 1911.) Some Phases of the Civil War. Cambridge, 1905. Also in Studies, Military and Diplomatic, 1911. John Quincy Adams and Speaker Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. Boston, 1906. Three Phi Beta Kappa Addresses. Boston, 1907. [1. A College Fetich. 2. Shall Cromwell have a Statue? 3. Some Modern College Tendencies.] Lee’s Centennial. Boston, 1907. [Address at Lexington, Virginia, 19 June, 1907.] Also in Studies, Military and Diplomatic, 1911. Studies Military and Diplomatic. 1911. The Trent Affair. Boston, 1912. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1912. Seward and the Declaration of Paris. Boston, 1912. Trans-Atlantic Historical Solidarity. Oxford, 1913. [Lectures at Oxford University.] ’Tis Sixty Years Since. 1913. [Address at the University of South Carolina. Reprinted by the U. S. Government at the suggestion of Senator Tilman. 63d Cong., 1st Sess., Sen. Docs., No. 186.] Charles Francis Adams. An Autobiography. Boston, 1916. Editor: The New English Canaan of Thomas Morton. Boston, 1883. Prince Soc. Pub. Antinomionism in the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1636–1638. Boston, 1894. Prince Soc. Pub. Life in a New England Town: Diary of John Quincy Adams, 1777, 1788. 1903. Am. Antiqu. Soc. Proc. Worcester, 1903. Correspondence of John Quincy Adams, 1811–1814. Am. Antiqu. Soc. Proc. Worcester, 1913.
Chamberlain, Daniel Henry. Charles Sumner and the Treaty of Washington. Cambridge, 1902. [Reviewing Adams’s Before and After the Treaty of Washington.]
Fisher, Sydney George. The American Revolution and the Boer War. Philadelphia, 1902. Also Philadelphia Times, 19 Jan., 1902. [A reply to Adams’s Confederacy and the Transvaal.]
Dona, Richard Henry. The Trent Affair. An Aftermath. Cambridge, 1912. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1911.
Fowler, William C. Historical Status of the Negro in Connecticut. In Charleston Year Book for 1900. Charleston, 1901.
Adams, Henry. [With Adams, Charles Francis, Jr.] Chapters of Erie and Other Essays. Boston, 1871. Life of Albert Gallatin. Philadelphia, 1879. John Randolph. Boston, 1882. (American Statesmen.) History of the United States of America during the Administrations of Jefferson and Madison, 1889–91. 1891–1901. 9 vols. Historical Essays. 1891. Mont Saint Michel and Chartres. Washington, 1904. [No author is mentioned in this privately circulated edition; but his name appears in a Boston ed. of 1913.] [With others] Essays in Anglo-Saxon Law. Boston, 1905. A Letter to American Teachers of History. [Baltimore], 1910. The Life of George Cabot. Boston, 1911. The Education of Henry Adams. Washington, 1907. [Adams had a few copies printed in 1907 and gave them to intimate friends with injunctions against its circulation. In 1918 it was published regularly at Boston in accordance with plans made before his death, with an introduction by Senator H. C. Lodge.] Editor: North American Review. Boston, 1870–72; with Lodge, H. C., 1873–76. Documents Relating to New England Federalism. Boston, 1877. Writings of Albert Gallatin. Philadelphia, 1879. 3 vols.
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