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The Scotch-Irish in America
Proceedings of the Third Congress at Louisville
Books and Pamphlets Contributed

The following are some of the contributions to the library of the Society since the last list was published:


The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. By Hon. William A. Graham. Presented by Mr. George W. Graham, of Charlotte, N. C.

Historic Families of Kentucky. Presented by the author, Thomas M. Green, of Maysville, Ky.

The Maclays of Lurgan, and The Journal of Senator William Maclay. Presented by the author, Mr. Edgar S. Maclay, of New York City.

American Ancestry, Vol. III. Presented by the publishers, Joel Munsell's Sons, Albany, N. Y.

Historical Papers, Washington and Lee University. Numbers 1 and 2. 1890. Presented by Judge William McLaughlin, of Lexington, Va.

Rambles in Europe, and Among the Scotch-Irish. Presented by the author, Hon. Leonard A. Morrison, Canobie Lake, N. H.

Life of Judge Josiah Scott, of Ohio.


Centennial Poem for Washington and Lee University. By Margaret J. Preston. Presented by Judge William McLaughlin, of Lexington, Va.

Sketch of Judge Samuel Wilkerson, of Buffalo, N. Y. Presented by Mr. Samuel H. Wilkerson, of Buffalo, N. Y.

New Bethel Centennial, Sullivan County, Tenn. Presented by W. B. Rhea and R. F. King, Bluff City, Tenn.

A Centennial Sermon, Presbyterianism in the United States. By Rev. R. F. Bunting, D.D.

The Scotch-Irish, Their Character and Achievements. Presented by the Scotch-Irish Society of California, before whom it was read, by its author, Mr. Robert J. Creighton, of San Francisco, Cal.

Pennsylvania Scotch-Irish Society. Proceedings of the First and Second Annual Meetings and Banquets.

The Canadian Captive. Presented by Hon. Arthur F. Means, of Boston, Mass.

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