Recent Additions - February 1936
by Helen M. Mc Farland
February 1936 (vol. 5, no. 1, pages 82 to 104
Transcribed by lhn; additional HTML by Susan Stafford
digitized with permission of the Kansas Historical Society.
IN ORDER that members of the Kansas Historical Society and others interested in historical study may know the class of books we are receiving, a list is printed annually of the books accessioned in our specialized fields.
These books come to us from three sources, purchase, gift and exchange, and fall into the following classes: books by Kansans and about Kansas; books on the West, including explorations, overland journeys and personal narratives; genealogy and local history; and books on the Indians of North America, United States history and biography.
We receive regularly the publications of many historical societies by exchange, and subscribe to other historical and genealogical publications which are needed in reference work.
The following is a partial list of books which were added to the library from October 1, 1934, to October 1, 1935. Government and state official publications and some books of a general nature are not included. The total number of books accessioned appears in the report of the secretary in this issue of the Quarterly.
ALEXANDER, MRS. LILLIAN M., Candy. New York, Dodd, Meade & Company, 1934.
ALLEN, E. L., The Spiritual Conflict. A Memorial Discourse Delivered at Lane, Franklin County, Kansas, May 26, 1887. Kansas City, Mo., J. H. Smart & Company, 1887.
ALLISON, GEORGE WILLIAM, and others, With Christ in Kansas; a History of the First Presbyterian Church of Topeka, Kansas, 1869 to 1984. Topeka, Com mittee on the Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 1934.
AMERICAN LEGION, Kansas department, Thomas Hopkins Post No. 4, Wichita, The American Legion Membership Directory, 1984, 1936. No impr.
ANDERSON, MRS. BERNICE GOUDY, Topsy Turvy and the Tin Clown. New York, Rand McNally [c1932].
---, Topsy Turvy's Pigtails. New York, Rand McNally D1930].
ATWOOD, FREDERICK, Kansas Rhymes and Other Lyrics. Topeka, Crane & Company, 1902.
BASRA, SISTER MARY REGINA, The Benedictine Congregation of Saint Scholastica; Its Foundation and Development (i862-1930). Washington, D. C., Catholic University of America, 1935. (Studies in American Church History, vol. 20.)
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BECK, STEPHEN C., A True Sketch of His Army Life. No impr.
BECKER, EDNA, Pickpocket Songs. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, 1935.
BOYLE, L. C., "Kansas," Toast, Kansas City Commercial Club Banquet, Coates House, December 19, 1898. No impr.
BRYAN, S. A., Memorial Reminiscences; Sketches of Civil War Veterans of the Waterville Community. N. p., 1935.
BURKE, JOHN M., comp., "Buffalo Bill" From Prairie to Palace; an Authentic History of the Wild West. Chicago, Rand McNally, 1893.
BURRES, MARJORIE (SABER), and PAUL WILLIAM BURRES, Thrills and Heartthrobs of Europe. Philadelphia, Dorrance & Company [c1934].
CADMAN, W. K. Kansas Natural Gas; a Report to the Kansas State Planning Board. Wichita, 1934. Mimeographed.
CARPENTER, FRANK M., The Lower Permian Insects of Kansas. Parts 1-6. Publisher varies. 1930-1933.
CHITTENDEN DIRECTORY Co, comps. and pubs., Chanute and Neosho County, Kansas, Directory, 1908-190/,. St. Louis, Chittenden Directory Company, 1903.
COULTER, O. H., Roster of Illinois Soldiers Residing in Kansas. Topeka, Western Veteran .
CRARY, ALBERT M., The A. M. Crary Memoirs and Memoranda, Written by Himself. Herington, Herington Times [c1915].
DAIL, C. C., Adam Answered. No impr.
DAVIS, ISABEL, Kansas Poems. N. p. [Turner] 1914.
DILL, WILLIAM A.DELBERT, The Newspaper's Family Tree. Rev. ed. Lawrence, University of Kansas, Department of Journalism, 1934.
DUNSMORE, J. M., Dedicatory Address, Delivered September 12, 1889, at the Unveiling of the Monument Erected to Mark the Position Held by the 116th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1868. No impr.
EDMONDS, MRS. MARY (MYERS), Historical Survey of Social Service in Wichita, Kansas, From 1870 to 1931. A dissertation submitted to the graduate faculty of the University of Wichita in candidacy for the degree of Master of Arts, department of sociology. Typed, 1934.
EMMERT, DAVID B., comp., Wichita City Directory and Immigrants Guide, 1878. Kansas City, Mo., Tiernan & Wainwright, 1878.
ESTEY, STEPHEN SEWALL, Laugh, and Love, and Left. New York, Fleming H. Revell Company [c1934].
FARNHAM, MRS. MATEEL (HOWE), Great Riches. New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1934.
FIFTH KANSAS CAVALRY ASSSOCIATION, Regimental Roster, 1911. No imps.
FULLING, KATHARINE PAINTER, Trail Blazers; a Kansas Day Play for Children, in One Act. Typed, 1935.
DANDY, LEWIS CASE, The Tabors; a Footnote of Western History. New York, Press of the Pioneers, Inc., 1934.
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GEARY COUNTY PLANNING COMMITTEE, "The Next Twenty Years." A Report to the Kansas State Planning Board. Junction City, 1935. Mimeographed.
GRANT, BLANCHE CHLOE, When Old Trails Were New; the Story of Taos. New York, Press of the Pioneers, 1934.
HALL, MRS. CARRIE A., and ROSE G. KRETSINGER, The Romance of the Patchwork Quilt in America . . . Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1935.
HARRINGTON, GRANT W., Historic Spots or Mile-stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas. (Merriam, Kan., The Mission Press] 1935.
HARRIS, CECIL H., Cecil's Poems. [Wichita, Composed and Printed by Cecil H. Harris] n. d.
HEDGES, J. EDWARD, The Advertising of Fabricated Parts in Consumer Media. Lawrence, University of Kansas, 1934. (Kansas Studies in Business, No. 16.)
HINSHAW, DAVID, Will Republican Government Disappear? N. p. [1935.7
HOINVILLE, JULIA Simmons, The Purple Velvet Gown; a Christmas Story Reaching from Hodgeman County and Larned, Kansas, to Chicago and Back Again. N. p. [1930.]
HOLTON, ORDINANCES, Revised Ordinances and Rules of the Council, 1898. Holton, Signal Job Printing House, 1898.
HOT, ELLA COMPTON, The Church Moths. Baltimore, Md., Saulsbury Publishing Company [c1919].
ISELY, MRS. ELISE (DUBACH), Sunbonnet Days, by Elise Dubach Isely as Told to Her Son Bliss Isely. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, 1935.
JEFFREY, ORLANDO, Folks and Fairies in Poesy. [Marion, Kan., Printed by the Marion Record, c1931.]
John Brown, and "The Union Right or Wrong" Songster: Containing All the Celebrated "John Brown" & "Union Songs." San Francisco, D. E. Appleton & Company, 1862.
JOHNSON, W. A., Address to the Citizens of Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas. Delivered July 4, 1896. No impr.
JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, Petition for Review Before the Secretary of the Interior; Settlers on the Osage Purchase in Kansas vs. Railroad Companies. Supplemental Argument for Petitioners. Washington, D. C., Judd & Detweiler, 1870.
KANSAS ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, Transactions of the 66th Annual Meeting, April 18-15, 1984, vol. 37. Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, 1934.
KANSAS CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Annals, May 1981, No. 1. No impr.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS, COUNCIL OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, Decennial; Weekday Church Schools of Kansas City, Kansas, 1923-1988. [Kansas City, Kansas, 1934.]
KANSAS COOPERATIVE LEAGUE, Kansas, Our State. [Topeka, Kansas Cooperative LEAGUE 1934.7
KANSAS CRIME PREVENTION COMMITTEE, Safety for Kansas. Topeka, Kansas Gee Prevention Committee .
KANSAS EDUCATORS CLUB, The Kansas Educator, Yearbook, February 1, 1935. Mimeographed.
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KANSAS EMERGENCY RELIEF COMMITTEE, Public Welfare Service in Kansas; a Ten- year Report, 1924-i988. Topeka, Committee, 1934. (KERC Bulletin, No. 127.)
Kansas Farmer and Mail and Breeze, pub., Directory of Franklin and Douglas Counties, Kansas. Topeka, Kansas Farmer and Mail and Breeze [c1920].
Kansas Magazine, 1935: Essay, Short Story, Verse, Kansas Art. [Manhattan, Kansas State College Press, 1935.]
KANSAS SOCIETY of CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, Membership Roster, Constitution and By-laws of the Society, C. P. A. Law, C. P. A. Certificates Issued Under Provisions of State Law. No impr.
KANSAS STATE PLANNING BOARD, Before Building Reservoirs or Levees; Some Important Considerations. Topeka, 1935. Mimeographed.
---, The Coordination of Transport; a Study of Interstate Motor Traffic Into and Through Kansas, 1931,. A Report of the Kansas State Planning Board. Topeka, 1935. Mimeographed.
---, Inventory of Public Works; a Study of Possibilities in Kansas. A Report of the Kansas State Planning Board. Topeka, 1935. Mimeographed.
---, Progress Report, September, 1934. Mimeographed.
---, Progress Report, March, 1986. Mimeographed.
---, Rural Schools in Kansas; a Study of Their Physical Condition and
Recreational Equipment. A Report of the Kansas State Planning Board. Topeka, 1935. Mimeographed.
KARSNER, DAVID, John Brown, Terrible "Saint" . New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1934.
KEPLINGER, L. W., Address at Oak Grove Cemetery, Kansas City, Kansas, May 30, 1922. No impr.
KIMBALL, MRS. MARIA PORTER (BRACE), My Eighty Years. Privately Printed, 1934.
KINNEAR, A. M., Kansas Prairies and Other Poems. [Kansas City, Mo., Stockyards Printing Company, c1935.]
KISTLER, JOHN J., The Installation and Operation of a Cost-Finding System for Printers. Lawrence, University of Kansas, Department of Journalism, 1934.
KOEPPEL, Loins HERMAN, The Life Supreme; Being the Real and True Biography of Jesus Christ. Parsons, Foley Railway Printing Company, 1904.
KOESTER, EDWARD A., Development of the Oil and Gas Resources of Kansas in 1931 and 1982. Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, 1934. (State Geological Survey of Kansas, Mineral Resources, Circular 3.)
LANGSDORF, EDGAR, The Teachings of Jesus and the Treaty of Versailles. [Lawrence] University of Kansas, 1934. (Hattie Elizabeth Lewis Memorial, No. 15.)
LEAVENWORTH, ORDINANCES, Charter and Ordinances of the City of Leavenworth, compiled and revised by William Stanley. Leavenworth, Kansas Territory, Frank F. Barclays English, French and German Printing Establishment, 1859.
LEWIS, SINCLAIR, and LLOYD LEWIS, Jayhawker; A Play in Three Acts. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1935.
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[Loomis, N. H.], Directory of Saline County, Kansas, 1882. Lawrence, J. S. Boughton .
MCCLEAVE, DAVID HAROLD, History of the Indian Missions of the Presbyterian Church in Kansas, being a Thesis Presented to the Graduate Faculty [of the Fort Hays Kansas State College] in Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of Master of Science. Typed.
MCDANIEL, CHARLES W., Telephone Reminiscences. Mimeographed.
MCKEEVER, WILLIAM ARCH, Getting Ahead Financially. [Topeka, School of Creative Psychology] c1925. (His Creative Psychology [Series], Book One.)
---, Leaves of Healing. Topeka, School of Psychology Press, 1927. (His Creative Psychology Series, Book Two.)
MADDEN, JOHN B., Just Who Is Stabbing Prohibition in Kansas! "The Story Behind the Story" Now Told for the First Time . . . to Henry L. Carey. N. p.
[cl934.] MARKLEY, WAIT, Builders of Topeka. Topeka, Capper Printing Company, 1934.
MATHENA, MRS. J. B., History of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Willis, Kansas, 1872-1933. No impr.
MAYBERRY, JAMES W., Physiology, Hygiene and Sanitation. Dallas, Tex., Southern Publishing Company, 1913.
MAYBERRY, JAMES W., and LAWRENCE W. MAYBERRY, Primary Physiology, Hygiene and Sanitation. Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, 1927.
MILLER, A. Q., Logical Flood Control Program for Kansas. 1935. Broadside. MORRISON, [THOMAS] F., The Forgotten Hero. Typed.
MORSE, ADELAIDE JANE, History of First Baptist Church of Emporia, Kansas. No impr.
NATIONAL HIGHWAY USERS CONFERENCE, The Kansas Port of Entry Law; a Study of the Practical Effect of Its Actual Operation. Washington, D. C., National Highway Users Conference, 1934. (Highway Users Series, No. R1.) NORTH, F. A., compiler and publisher, Fifth Annual Directory of the City of
Wichita for 1889. Wichita, Eagle Job Office and Bindery, 1889. ---, Sixth Annual Directory of the City of Wichita for 1890. Wichita, Eagle Job Office and Bindery, 1890.
OSWALD, A. LEWIS, Troop One Marches On! Hutchinson, Kan., Rotherwood Press [c1934].
OTTAWA, BOARD OF EDUCATION, Annual Report for the Year Ending July 31, 1884. Ottawa, Kessler & M'Allister, 1884.
---, A Manual for the Government and Regulation of the Public Schools of Ottawa, Kansas . . . Ottawa, N. Waring, 1882.
PEACOCK, ARTHUR SHELDON, Trego County, Kansas; a Brief History. [WaKeeney, 1914.]
Polk's Coffeyville (Kansas) City Directory, 1930. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk & Company, i930.
Polk's Emporia (Kansas) City Directory, 1932. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk & Company, c1932.
RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 87
Polk's Kansas City (Kansas) Directory, 1932. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk & Company, c1932.
Polk's Leavenworth (Kansas) City Directory, 1930, Including Leavenworth County. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk & Company, c1930.
Polk's Pittsburg (Kansas) City Directory, 1930. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk & Company, c1930.
Polk's Topeka City Directory, 1936. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk & Company, 1935.
Polk's Wichita (Kansas) City Directory, 1933, 1934. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk & Company, c1933, 1934.
RAYNESFORD, H. C., Kansas; an Address Given by H. C. Raynesford at the Kansas Day Banquet, Ellis, Kansas, January 29, 1930. Typed. Smoky Hill Trail. Typed.
REASONER, J. W., What Is Man? N. p., c1930.
RICE, MARTIN, Rural Rhymes, and Folks and Tales of Older Times. Kansas City, Mo., Ramsey, Millett & Hudson, 1882.
RITTER, C. S., The Origin of Thought and the Law of Memory. Iola, 1928.
ROSBERRY & FROGUE, About Neosho County, Kansas, and Erie, the County Seat. N. p., 1912.
SATTERLEE, ELBERT E., If Jesus Came. No impr.
SEAM, CHARLES F., Why We Are Fighting and What We Are Fighting For; an Address Delivered at the Old Soldiers' Reunion at Cherryvale, Kansas, August 20, 1917. Iola, Press of the Iola Daily Register, n. d.
Semi-Centennial Celebration; Judge Nelson Case, Oswego, Kansas, May 15, 1919. Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of His Continuous Practice as a Lawyer at Oswego, Labette County, Kan. No impr.
SHANNON, FRED ALBERT, Economic History of the People of the United States. New York, Macmillan, 1934.
SHELDON, CHARLES MONROE, In His Steps Today. Elgin, Ill., David C. Cook, n. d.
SHERBON, DR. FLORENCE (BROWN), The Child; His Origin, Development and Care. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1934.
SHINN, J. F., The Laws Governing the Orbital Distribution of the Solar System. Fredonia, Win. D. Christman, 1897.
SHOUSE, JOUETT, The Constitution Still Stands. Speech Delivered Under the Auspices of the Young Men's Hebrew Association at St. Louis, Missouri, February 12, 1936. Washington, D. C., 1935.
---, Democracy or Bureaucracy. Speech Before the Philadelphia County League of Women Voters, February 4, 1936. Washington, D. C. .
---, Progress vs. Change. Speech Before the Bond Club of New York, November ,20, 1934. Washington, D. C. .
---, Recovery, Relief and the Constitution. Speech Before the Beacon Society of Boston, December 8, 1934. Washington, D. C. .
---, Why? The American Liberty League. Washington, D. C., The American Liberty League .
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You Are the Government. Boston, Little, Brown & Company, 1935.
SIEGELE, HERMAN H., Twigs of Thought. Emporia, 1934.
SLEMMER, E. G., Behold the Man! N. p., Author, n. d. ---, The Buying Machine as the "Heart" of Business. Winfield, Townsend
Club, n. d.
Social Register, Wichita, 1921. [Wichita, Wichita Eagle Press] n. d.
STEUNENBERG, GEORGE E., Songs of a Soldier. Kansas City, Mo., Franklin Hudson Press, 1914.
STILWELL, ARTHUR E. and J. E. ROBERTS, editors and publishers, The Demonetization of the Mule,. Kansas City, Mo., n. d. (Stilwells Political Fables.)
The Mystic 16 to 1. N. p., c1896. (Stilwell's Political Fables.) STRATFORD, JESSIE: PERRY, Butler County's Eighty Years, 1855-1936. N. p.
(c1934) TOPEKA ENGINEERS CLUB and TOPEKA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, I"A Twenty-Five Year Plan" for Shawnee County and the City of Topeka. A Report to the Kansas State Planning Board. Topeka, 1935. Mimeographed.
TOPEKA PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION, Annual Report for the Year Ending December 31, 1934. No impr. [The Story of the Topeka Provident Association.] [Topeka, 1934.]
TUCKER, HENRY HARRISON, JR., Standard Against Uncle Sam. Kansas City, Kan. [c1907].
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS, Souvenir Book and U. S. W. V. History; Twenty-eighth Annual Encampment, May 12-18-14, 1935, Hutchinson, Kansas. [Hutchinson, Southworth Printing Company, 1935.]
VESTAL, STANLEY, New Sources of Indian History, 1850-1891; the Ghost Dance, the Prairie Sioux; a Miscellany. Norman, Okla., University of Oklahoma Press, 1934.
WALKER, D. W., Stevens County, Kansas. Typed.
WALKER, WILLIS H., Franco-American Commercial Relations, 1820-1850. Hays, Author, n. d.
WARE, EUGENE FITCH, Ancient Lawyers. From the Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Bar Association, held at St. Joseph, Mo., September 28, 1906. Columbia, Mo., E. W. Stephens Publishing Company, 1907.
---, tr., Roman Water Law. Translated from the Pandects of Justinian. St. Paul, West Publishing Company, 1905.
WELLMAN, MANLY WADE, Builders of Wichita. Typed.
WELLMAN, PAUL I., Death in the Desert; the Fifty Years' War for the Great Southwest. New York, Macmillan Company, 1935.
WELLS, WILLIAM M., The Desert's Hidden Wealth. 3d and 4th eds. N. p., 1934.
WESTGATE, MRS. INEZ WHEELER, Memorial Volume of Selected Poems. No impr.
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WHITTEMORE, MARGARET, and EDNA BECKER, Trees; Woodcuts and Linoleum Blocks by Margaret Whittemore, Verse by Edna Becker. Boston, Bruce Humphries, Inc. [c1935].
WICHITA INDEPENDENT BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION, "Builders of Wichita"; a Historical Pageant in Commemoration of the fiftieth Anniversary of Wichita. N. p., 1935.
WILSON, LUCIA S., and EDWARD B. WILSON, The Good Old Rule. Boston, Meador Publishing Company, 1935.
ADAMS, WINONA, ed., An Indian Girl's Story of a Trading Expedition to the Southwest About 1811. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 11.)
ARESE, FRANCESCO, Conte, A Trip to the Prairies in the Interior of North America (1837-1838). Travel Notes . . . Now First Translated from the Original French by Andrew Evans. New York, Harbor Press, 1934.
BARROWS, JOHN R., A Wisconsin Youth in Montana, 1880-1882. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, 1932. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 1.)
BEALL, JOHN BRAMBETT, In Barrack and Field; Poems and Sketches of Army Life. Nashville, Tenn., Publishing House of M. E. Church, South, 1906.
BECKWOURTH, JAMES P., The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth, edited by T. D. Bonner. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1931.
RIDDLE, MRS. ELLEN MCGOWAN, Reminiscences of a Soldier's Wife. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1907.
BOOTH, MARGARET, ed., Overland From Indiana to Oregon; the Dinwiddie Journal. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 2.)
BROOKS, ELISHA, A Pioneer Mother of California. San Francisco, Harr Wagner Publishing Company, 1922.
CADY, JOHN HENRY, Arizona's Yesterdays, Being the Narrative of John H. Cady, Pioneer. N. p. [c1916].
CARDINELL, CHARLES, Adventures on the Plains. San Francisco, California Historical Society, 1922.
CELIZ, FRAY FRANCISCO, Diary of the Alarcon Expedition Into Texas, 1718-1719. Los Angeles, Quivira Society, 1935. (Quivira Society Publications, vol. 5.)
CHITTENDEN, HIRAM MARTIN, The American Fur Trade of the Far West. New York, The Press of the Pioneers, Inc., 1935. 2 vols.
CLOUGH, WILSON O., ed., Fort Russell and Fort Laramie Peace Commission in 1867. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 14.)
DRIGGS, HOWARD R., The Pony Express Goes Through; an American Saga Told by Its Heroes. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1935.
DUNN, JACOB PLATT, Massacres of the Mountains; a History of the Indian Wars of the Far West. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1886.
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FLINT, TIMOTHY, Recollections of the Last Ten Years, Passed in Occasional Residences and Journeyings in the Valley of the Mississippi, From Pittsburg and the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico, and From Florida to the Spanish Frontier; in a Series of Letters. Boston, Cummings, Hilliard & Company, 1826.
FULLER, HENRY C., Adventures of Bill Longley . . . Nacogdoches, Tex., n. d.
GALE, GEORGE, Upper Mississippi; or, Historical Sketches of the Mound Builders, the Indian Tribes, and the Progress of Civilization in the Northwest. Chicago, Clarke and Company, 1867.
GARCÉS, FRANCISCO, On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer; the Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garcés in His Travels Through Sonora, Arizona and California, 1775-1776. New York, Harper, 1900. 2 vols.
GIBSON, GEORGE RUTLEDGE, Journal of a Soldier Under Kearny and Doniphan, 1846-1847. Glendale, Cal., Arthur H. Clark Company, 1935. (Southwest Historical Series, vol. 3.)
GOLDER, FRANK ALFRED, The March of the Mormon Battalion From Council Bluffs to California; Taken From the Journal of Henry Standage; by Frank Alfred Golder, in collaboration with Thomas A. Bailey and J. Lyman Smith. New York, Century Company [c1928].
HICKMAN, RICHARD OWEN, An Overland Journey to California in 1852. Missoula, University of Montana., n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 6.)
HOLDEN, WILLIAM CURRY, Alkali Trails; or, Social and Economic Movements of the Texas Frontier, 1846-1900 . . . Dallas, Southwest Press [c1930].
--- Rollie Burns; or, An Account of the Ranching Industry on the South Plains . . . Dallas, Tex., Southwest Press [c1932].
--- The Spur Ranch; a Study of the Inclosed Ranch Phase of the Cattle Industry in Texas . . . Boston, Christopher Publishing House [c1934].
HOUSMAN, ROBERT L., The Beginnings of Journalism in Frontier Montana. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 22.)
HULBERT, ARCHER BUTLER, ed., The Call of the Columbia; Iron Men and Saints Take the Oregon Trail . . . [Colorado Springs] The Stewart Commission of Colorado College; [Denver] Denver Public Library . (Overland to the Pacific, vol. 4.)
---, 1830-1930 the Oregon Trail Centennial: The Documentary Background of the Days of the First Wagon Train on the Road to Oregon. Missoula, University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 9.)
---, and Dorothy Printup Hulbert, eds., The Oregon Crusade; Across Land and Sea to Oregon. [Colorado Springs] The Stewart Commission of Colorado College; [Denver] Denver Public Library . (Overland to the Pacific, vol. 5.)
KIRKPATRICK, JAMES, A Reminiscence of John Bozeman. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 8.)
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KOCH, PETER, Journal of, 1869-1870. Missoula, University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 5.)
LAROCQUE, FRANCOIS ANTOINE, Journal of . . From the Assiniboine River to the Yellowstone, 1805. Missoula, University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 20.)
LEE, DANIEL, and J. H. FROST, Ten Years in Oregon . . . New York, Authors, 1844.
MAERDIAN, OTTO, Pioneer Ranching in Central Montana From the Letters of Otto Maerdian, Written in 1882-1883. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 10.)
MILNER, JOE E., and EARL R. FORREST, California Joe, Noted Scout and Indian Fighter, With an Authentic Account of Caster's Last Fight. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton Printers, 1935.
MOKLER, ALFRED JAMES, History of Natrona County, Wyoming, 1888-1920. Chicago, R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, 1923.
MULLAH, JOHN, IJournal From Fort Dallas O. T. to Fort Wallah Wallah W. T., July, 1858. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 18.)
MURRAY, MRS. GENEVIEVE, Marian Pass, Its Part in the History and Development of the Northwest. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 12.)
OTERO, MIGUEL ANTONIO, My Life on the Frontier, 1864-1882; Incidents and Characters of the Period When Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico Were Passing Through the Last of Their Wild and Romantic Years. New York, The Press of the Pioneers, Inc., 1935.
Pacific Coast Annual Mining Review and Stock Ledger . . . and A Series of Finance Articles by Colonel Henry S. Fitch. San Francisco, Francis & Valentine, 1878.
PHILLIPS, PAUL C., ed., "The Battle of the Big Hole," an Episode in the Nez Perce War. Missoula, University of Montana, n, d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 8.)
---, and W. S. LEWIS, eds., The Oregon Missions as Shown in the Walker Letters, 1839-1861. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 13.) REMINGTON, FREDERIC, Remington's Frontier Sketches. Chicago, Warner
SABIN, EDWIN LEGRAND Kit Carson Days, 1809-1868. Revised Edition
---. with New Matter. New York, The Press of the Pioneers, Inc., 1935. 2 vols.
SHAW, DAVID AUGUSTUS, Eldorado, or California as Seen by a Pioneer, 1850-1900. Los Angeles, B. R. Baumgardt, 1900.
SHEA, JOHN GILMARY, Early Voyages Up and Down the Mississippi by Cavalier, St. Cosme, Le Sueur, Gravier, and Guignas. Albany, Joel Munsell, 1861.
SMITH, JEDEDIAH STRONG, The Travels of Jedediah Smith; a Documentary Outline Including the Journal of the Great American Pathfinder, by Maurice S. Sullivan. Santa Ana, Cal., Fine Arts Press, 1934.
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STEPHENS, L. Dow, Life Sketches of a Jayhawker of '49. N. p., 1916.
TAYLOR, LANDON, The Battle Field Reviewed . . . Chicago, Published for the Author, 1881.
THOMAS ALFRED BARNABY, tr. and ed., After Coronado; Spanish Exploration Northeast of New Mexico, 1696-1727. Documents From the Archives of Spain, Mexico and New Mexico. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1935.
UPHAM, HIRAM D., Upham Letters From the Upper Missouri, 1865. Missoula, Mont., University of Montana, n. d. (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No. 19.)
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