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THE
NEW YORK
PUBLIC LIBRARY

Astor, Lenox and Tilden
Foundations,

1898,

24718

PRESS OF
HARRISBURG PUBLISHING COMPANY,

HARRISBURG, PA.

BINDING
NUMBER
OF 1898.

American Monthly Magazine.

INDEX. Duran

VOLUME X. JANUARY TO JUŁY, 1897.

History.

George Brown Goode. WILLIAM VAN ZANDT Cox,

Some Buildings of the Time of the Revolution, with suggestions for

the Continental Hall,

13

The Continental Hall. FLORENCE REDFIELD HILL,

The Early Settlers of West Augusta. Tho. S. PRESTON,

25

The Forts of Oswego, .

Independence Hall in Ante-Revolutionary Times. ANNE LAW HUB-

BELL,

42

Governor Penn Before Parliament, .

The Quaker Bride. ANNA LAWRENCE PLATT,

51

To a Portrait of Dorothy Sewall. MARY FISHER Bosson, .

53

Origin of “Yankee Doodle." EUGENIA WASHINGTON,

53

The Story of the Winters, .

Memorial to the Pioneer women of Bryan's Station, Kentucky.

MARY CARSWELL MCCLELLAN,

127

The Romance of the Ohio. MARY CALVERT DAVENPORT CHENO-

WETH,

132

About a Hundred Years. RUTHELLA SHULTZ BOLLARD,

134

Washington. EDWINA SPENCER,

136

To Women in America a Hundred Years Ago,

142

An Age of Fable. MABEL W. SOULE,

239

Washington in Foreign Ports. KATE FOOTE COE,

243

Rocky Ford. KATE T. W. TITTMANN, .

246

The Treaty of Peace at Paris. Mrs. CHAS. J. PARKER,

249

Early Times in Sumner County. VALERIA E. ALLEN,

254

Washington's Wedding Day. ELLA WHEELER Wilcox,

259

French Officers of the American Revolution. EFFIE LOUISE EPLER, 261

How the Capital came to the Potomac. MARY S. LOCKWOOD,
The National Congressional Library, .

1009
Katherine Gaylord, FLORENCE E. D. Muzzy,

· 1017
Sketeh of Early New Hampshire. MRS. ANNA I. E. CROSS, 1034
Jamestown, Virginia. MARIA PENDLETON DUVAL, ·

1044
Topanemus Burying Ground, Marlboro, New Jersey. MARGARET
H. MATHER,

· 1047

SIXTH CONTINENTAL CONGRESS.

FIRST DAY'S SESSION :

Opening Service, .

345

Address of President General, .

346

Response by Mrs. Elroy M. Avery,

353

Address of Gen. A. W. Greely,

355

Address of Mrs. Henry Sanger Snow,

359

Report of Judges on Biographies of Revolutionary Women, 362

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