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EDITOR'S NOTE

When the third part of this volume was sent to the press in 1919 it was confidently expected that the title-page, the table of contents, and the index, necessary for the completion of the volume, would be ready for distribution in a few months. There was delay in getting the index compiled, however, for which the writer is partly responsible, and there has been further delay in getting it printed.

Librarians and others desiring to bind the volume should remove the title-page and the table of contents from the middle of this supplement and put them at the beginning of the volume and the remainder of the supplement at the end.

SOLON J. BUCK

INDEX

Aboriginal map of the Turtle mountain

area, by 0. G. Libby, abstract, 337
Activities and scenes at old Fort Leaven.

worth, by Louis Pelzer (by title), 206;

abstract, 23-24
Adams, Victoria, 12, 217, 218, 247, 331
Administration of state historical socie-

ties, committee on, 13, 218, 332, 334
Alabama and the federal government: the

Creek Indian controversy, by T. H.
Jack (by title), 206; abstract, 24
Allison, Judge, 32
ALVORD, CLARENCE W., 11, 12, 38, 212,

217, 219, 239, 242, 326, 331, 333, 352,
356; report as managing editor of the

REVIEW, 36-37; abstract, 30
Amendments to the constitution, 34-35
American colonization society, Formation

of, by H. N. Sherwood (by title), 320;

abstract, 235
American history, An undeveloped phase

of, by H. A. Kellar, abstract, 345
American history and civics in the rural

high schools, by B. W. Bond, Jr. (by

title), 206; abstract, 27-28
American history, Further definition of

course in high schools, by J. L. Kings-

bury, 190-196; abstract, 28
American history, Geographic problems

in, by H. A. Bone, 450-453; abstract,

347
American history, Main topics in, for

emphasis in class room work and rea-
sons for their selection, by Max Souby,

197-204; abstract, 28-29
American history, Mississippi valley in,

by Dunbar Rowland, 59-74; abstract,

21
Anderson, Claude N., 47
Andrew Johnson and the homestead bill,

by St. George L. Sioussat (by title),

476; abstract, 339-341
Appointive committees, 12-13, 217, 219,

331, 333
Aristocracy, Pioneer, by Logan Esarey

(by title), 319; abstract, 228
Auditing committee, 34, 239, 349; report

of, 240-241
Austin, Stephen F., by E. C. Barker (by

title), 356, 476
Ayer, Edward C., 218, 247
BARKER, EUGENE C., 5, 13, 218, 332;

Stephen F. Austin (by title), 356, 476
Beer, William, 13, 218, 332
Beginnings of Nashville, by Archibald

Henderson (by title), 205; abstract, 22
BERRY, JANE M., Indian policy of Spain

in the southwest, 1783-1795 (by title),

205; abstract, 17-18
Beyer, Mrs. Jackson, 247
BLEGEN, THEODORE C., 333; Plan for the

Union of British North America and the
United States, 1866 (by title), 319;

abstract, 233-234
Board of editors, 6, 212, 236
BOND, BEVERLY W., JR., 5, 34, 218, 236,

247; American history and civics in
the rural high schools (by title), 206;
abstract, 27-28; abstract of proceed-
ings for the ninth annual meeting, 15-
33; minutes of business transacted,
34-39; abstract of proceedings for the

tenth annual meeting, 221-238
BONE, H. A., Geographic problems in

American history, 450-453; abstract,

347
BOUCHER, CHAUNCEY S., 34, 325, 333, 334,

352, 353, 356; Representation and the
electoral question in South Carolina,
110-124; abstract, 20-21; report as
chairman of the committee on resolu-
tions, 39; abstract of proceedings for
the eleventh annual meeting, 335-348;
chairman of program committee for the

eleventh annual meeting, 219, 332, 356
Bourne, Henry E., 41
BRADFORD, J. E., The population of the

Ohio valley during the eighteenth cen-

tury (by title), 345
Brewer, L. H., 13, 218, 332, 334
Briggs, R., 332
British North America, Plan for the

union of, (with) United States, 1866,
by T. C. Blegen (by title), 319; ab-

stract, 233-234
BROOKS, R. P., Conscription in the con-

federate states of America, 1862-1865

(by title), 205; abstract, 18-19
BROWN, CHARLES E., 38, 357; chairman

of the committee on the management of
state historical museums, 13, 218, 332,
350; report as chairman of the com-
mittee, Notes on some western muse-
ums, 56-58; abstract, 31

BUCK, SOLON J., 6, 36, 38, 42, 212, 239,

245, 326, 334, 357; Functions of a state
historical society, abstract, 21-22; edi.
tor's preface, 5, 211, 325; chairman of
committee on local arrangements for

the eleventh annual meeting, 332, 356
Burley, C. A., 218, 225, 247
Burnham, Captain J. H., 247
Burpee, Lawrence J., 6, 36, 212, 326
Burton, M. L., 332
Busch, William, 332
Business session, minutes of, 36-38, 239-

242, 350-353
Callahan, James M., 356
Carter, Clarence E., 38
Castle, Henry A., 358
Celebrations (state historical), Possibili-

ties in, by Harlow Lindley, 307-317;

abstract, 230-232
Circuit rider, Coming of, across the

mountains, by W. W. Sweet, 271-282;

abstract, 223
Civics, American history and, in the rural

high schools, by B. W. Bond, Jr. (by

title), 206; abstract, 27-28
Civics (sociological), Course in, by W. H.

Hathaway (by title), 320; abstract,

236-237
Clark, Dan E., 13, 40, 212, 218, 241, 326,

332, 353; chairman of committee on
the administration of state historical

societies, 334
Clark, George Rogers, To what extent was

(he) in possession of the northwest at
the close of the revolution? by J. A.

James (by title), 356, 476
Clark, George Rogers, Value of the mem-

oir of, as an historical document, by

J. A. James, 249-270; abstract, 222
COLE, ARTHUR C., 12, 217, 219, 331, 332,

334, 357; President Lincoln and the
Illinois radical republicans (by title),

320; abstract, 234-235
Collapse of the confederacy, by L. H.

Gipson (by title), 319; abstract, 227
Colonization of Kansas, Popular sover-

eignty and, from 1854 to 1860, by W.

O. Lynch, 380-392; abstract, 338
Colonization society (American), Forma-

tion of, by H. N. Sherwood (by title),

320; abstract, 235
Coming of the circuit rider across the

mountains, by W. W. Sweet, 271-282;

abstract, 223
Commercial intercourse with the

federacy in the Mississippi valley, 1861-
1865, by E. M. Coulter (by title), 476;

abstract, 341
Committees, 11, 13, 217-219, 331-334
Confederacy, Collapse of, by L. H. Gipson

(by title), 319; abstract, 227

Confederacy, Commercial intercourse with,

in the Mississippi valley, 1861-1865, by
E. M. Coulter (by title), 476; abstract,

341
Confederate states of America, Conscrip-

tion in, 1862-1865, by R. P. Brooks (by

title), 205; abstract, 18-19
CONGER, A. C., Function of military his-

tory (by title), 206; abstract, 25-26
Conger, A. L., 12, 217, 331
CONGER, John L., South Carolina and the

early tariffs (by title), 477; abstract,

342-343
Connelly, William E., 11, 12, 34, 40, 217,

333, 334, 349, 352, 353, 357; chairman
of the committee on the marking of
historical sites, 13, 218, 332, 350; chair-

man of auditing committee, 239, 240
Conscription in the confederate states of

America, 1862-1865, by R. P. Brooks

(by title), 205; abstract, 18-19
Constitution, 9-10, 215-216, 329-330
Contents, table of, 7-8, 213-214, 327-328
COULTER, E. MERTON, Commercial inter-

course with the confederacy in the Mis-
sissippi valley, 1861-1865 (by title),

476; abstract, 341
County farm bureau and the county

agent, Relation of, to the collection of
local historical data relating to agri-
culture, by W. A. Lloyd, 441-449; ab-

stract, 345-346
Course in sociological civics, by W. H.

Hathaway (by title), 320; abstract,

236-237
Cox, Isaac J., 6, 11, 34, 36, 40, 218, 222,

239, 241, 242, 245, 246, 247, 326, 331,
333; Mission of General George Mat.
thews on the Florida frontier (by
title), 356; chairman of executive

committee, 12, 39, 217, 219
Creek Indian controversy, Alabama and

the federal government:, by T. H. Jack

(by title), 206; abstract, 24
Cross, A. L., 12, 217, 331
Crowther, Elizabeth, 13, 218, 332
Cummings, Byron, 57
Cunningham, Joseph O., 358
Cutler, W. W., 332
Davis, George P.,

358
Davis, Jefferson, Early life of, by W. L.

Fleming, 151-176
Dawes, Charles G., 218, 247, 326
Deemer, Horace E., 247
Determinism (economic), Nauvoo: a pos-

sible study in, by T. C. Pease (by title),

319; abstract, 232
De Witt, John H., 15
DICKERSON, OLIVER M., 357; chairman

of committee on standardizing library
work and library equipment for history
in secondary schools, 12, 217, 331; re-

con-

port as chairman, 36; chairman of ex-
ecutive committee of the teachers' sec-

tion, 11
Dodd, W. E., 218, 247
Downing, E. R., 334
Dues, amendment concerning, 35
Dutch element in early Kentucky, by P.

8. Flippin, 135-150
Early life of Jefferson Davis, by W. L.

Fleming, 151-176
Economic determinism, Nauvoo: a pos-

sible study in, by T. C. Pease (by

title), 319; abstract, 232
Editors, board of, 6, 35-36, 212, 326
Editor's preface, 5, 211, 325
EDWARDS, MARTHA L., Religious forces in

the United States, 1815-1830 (by title),
476; abstract, 336
Electoral question, Representation and, in

South Carolina, by C. 8. Boucher, 110-
124; abstract, 20-21
Eleventh annual meeting, abstract of

proceedings, by Chauncey 8. Boucher,

335-348
ESAREY, LOGAN, 13, 218, 332, 334; Pio-

neer aristocracy. (by title), 319; ab-
stract, 228; chairman of committee on

resolutions, 239
Ethics of peace and ethics of war, by P.

V. N. Myers (by title), 206; abstract,

26
Evolution of Montana agriculture in its

early period, by M. L. Wilson, 429-440;

abstract, 345
Executive committee, 11, 12-13, 217, 219,

331, 333; minutes of meetings, 34-36,

39, 349-350
Executive committee of the teachers' sec-

tion, 11, 12-13, 217, 219, 333
Factory system (U. S.) for trading with

the Indians, by R. B. Way (by title),

477; abstract, 344-345
Farr, Shirley, 245
Ferguson, Elbert C., 358
Field work (historical), Some possibilities

of, by F. F. Holbrook (by title), 319;

abstract, 228-229
Fight for public opinion, by T. F. Moran,

454-475; abstract, 347-348
Financial statement of secretary-treasur-

er, 44-46, 248, 359
FLEMING, WALTER L., 6, 212, 219, 326,

332, 352, 356; Early life of Jefferson

Davis, 151-176
FLIPPIN, PERCY S., Dutch element in

early Kentucky, 135-150
Florida frontier, Mission of General

George Matthews on, by I. J. Cox (by

title), 356
Formation of the American colonization

society, by H. N. Sherwood title),
320; abstract, 235

Fort Leavenworth (old), Activities and

scenes at, by Louis Pelzer (by title),

206; abstract, 23-24
Fox, George R., 56
Fuller, G. N., 333
Function of military history, by A. C.

Conger (by title), 206; abstract, 25-26
Functions of a state historical society, by

S. J. Buck, abstract, 21-22
Furness, Mrs. C. E., 332
Further definition of the American his-

tory course in high schools, by J. L.

Kingsbury, 190-196; abstract, 28
Fur-trading companies in the northwest,

1760-1816, by W. E. Stevens, 283-291;

abstract, 226-227
GALLAHER, RUTH G., Military-Indian

frontier, 1830-1835 (by title), 318; ab-

stract, 223-224
Galt, H. R., 332
Geographic problems in American history,

by H. A. Bone, 450-453; abstract, 347
George Rogers Clark, To what extent was

(he) in possession of the northwest at
the close of the revolution?, by J. A.

James (by title), 356, 476
George Rogers Clark, Value of the mem-

oir of, as an historical document, by

J. A. James, 249-270; abstract, 222
Gilmore, Melvin R., 13, 56, 218, 332, 349
GIPSON, LAURENCE H., Collapse of the

confederacy (by title), 319; abstract,

227
GITTINGER, Roy, Separation of Nebraska

and Kansas from the Indian territory

(by title), 205; abstract, 19
Gleed, C. S., 333
Glimpses of some old Mississippi river

posts, by Louis Pelzer (by title), 318;

abstract, 224-225
Goodwin, Frank P., 245
Governmental reorganization: a constitu-

tional need in Tennessee, by Wallace

McClure (by title), 205; abstract, 17
Green, Charles R., 247
Grinnell, G. B., 13, 218, 332
GRONERT, THEODORE G., 334; Trade con-

ditions in the Kentucky blue-grass
region, 1810-1820 (by title), 477;

abstract, 344
Guarantors, 326
Gunther, C. F., 218, 247
Harding, Samuel B., 245
Harlan, Edgar R., 11, 12, 38, 217, 219,

331
Harris, Harold, 332
Hart, William O., 350, 353; chairman of

La Salle memorial committee, 13, 218,

332, 334
Hartwell, E. C., 332
HATHAWAY, WILLIAM H., Course in soci-

ological civics (by title), 320; ab-

stract, 236-237
Hazen, Charles D., 41
HENDERSON, ARCHIBALD, 13, 228, 232,

334; Spanish conspiracy in Tennessee
(by title), 356, 476; Beginnings of

Nashville (by title), 205; abstract, 22
Herron, Stella, 11, 12, 217
HICKS, John D., 219, 332, 356, 357; Six

constitutions of the far northwest, 360-

379; abstract, 337-338
High school history, Progress within the

subject applied to, by R. M. Tryon (by

title), 235-236
High schools, Further definition of Amer.

ican history course in, by J. L. Kings-

bury, 190-196; abstract, 28
High schools (rural), American history

and civics in, by B. W. Bond, Jr. (by
title), 206; abstract, 27-28
High school teachers, Place of the normal

school in the preparation of (report of
committee), by E. M. Violette, chair-
man, 47-55; abstract, 29-30
Hill, Howard C., 11, 12, 38, 217, 219, 331,

333, 352, 353; chairman of committee
on standardizing library work and li.
brary equipment for history in second-

ary schools, 333
Hill, J. C., 12, 217, 331
Historian, Position of, in statehood cen-

tennials, by J. W. Oliver (by title),

206
Historical field work, Some possibilities

of, by F. F. Holbrook (by title), 319;
abstract, 228
Historical museums in normal schools,

committee on, 334
Historical society (state), Functions of,

by S. J. Buck, abstract, 21-22
History teachers' section, minutes of

meeting, 38
HOCKETT, HOMER C., 219, 241, 242, 331,

333, 334; influence of the west on the
rise and fall of political parties (by

title), 319; abstract, 233
Hodder, F. H., 13, 218, 332
Hodsdon, Ruth E., 5
HOLBROOK, FRANKLIN F., Some possibili-

ties of historical field work (by title),

319; abstract, 228-229
Homestead bill, Andrew Johnson and the,

by St. George L. Sioussat (by title),
476; abstract, 339-341
Hopkins, Florence, 12, 217, 331
Hulbert, Archer B., 12, 38, 40, 217, 219,

245, 331, 353
Hurst, Alma, 333
Hutchinson, C. L., 218, 247
Hyde, James H., 13, 218, 332, 334
Ickler, Lydia, 332
Illinois radical republicans, President

Lincoln and, by A. C. Cole (by title),

320; abstract, 234-235
Indian policy of Spain in the southwest,

1783-1795, by Jane M. Berry (by title),

205; abstract, 17-18
Indian territory, Separation of Kansas

and Nebraska from, by Roy Gittinger

(by title), 205; abstract, 19
Indiana state aid for negro deportation,

by H. N. Sherwood, 414-421; abstract,

342
Indians, United States factory system for

trading with, by R. B. Way (by title),

477; abstract, 344-345
Individual instruction in history, by B. L.

Pierce (by title), 477; abstract, 347
Influence of the west on the rise and fall

of political parties, by H. C. Hockett

(by title), 319; abstract, 233
Ingersoll, F. G., 332
Ingersoll, Mrs. F. G., 332
Internal improvement projects in Texas

in the fifties, by Charles W. Ramsdell,

99-109; abstract, 20
Ives, G. 8., 332, 339
Ives, Mrs. G. 8., 332
JACK, THEODORE H., 219, 332, 357; Ala-

bama and the federal government:
the Creek Indian controversy (by title),

206; abstract, 24
JAMES, JAMES A., 6, 11, 12, 40, 47, 212,

217, 219, 242, 245, 246, 326, 331, 333,
352; Value of the memoir of George
Rogers Clark as an historical document,
249-270; abstract, 222; To what ex-
tent was George Rogers Clark in pos-
session of the northwest at the close of
the revolution? (by title), 356, 476;

chairman of nominating committee, 334
Johnson, Andrew, and the homestead bill,

by St. George L. Sioussat (by title),

476; abstract, 339-341
Johnson, Henry, 237
Johnston, John B., 332, 343, 350
Johnston, W. D., 332
Kansas, Popular sovereignty and the colo-

nization of, from 1854 to 1860, by W.

O. Lynch, 380-392; abstract, 338
Kansas, Separation of Nebraska and

(Kansas) from the Indian territory, by
Roy Gittinger (by title), 205; ab-

stract, 19
Kansas struggle, Missouri in, by M. J.

Klem, 393-413; abstract, 338-339
KELLAR, HERBERT A., 349; An undevel-

oped phase of American history, ab-
stract, 345; chairman of program com-

mittee, 334
Kelley, J. Nelson, 11
Kellogg, Louise P., 334
Kentucky blue-grass region, Trade condi-

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