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Building. Publications: Ten Years of the Colony of Niagara, 1780-1790, by Col. Cruikshank (pamphlet No. 17), and, published together in pamphlet No. 18, Early History of St. Marks, Soldier Pensioners, etc. Pamphlet No. 10, Inscriptions of Graves in the Niagara Peninsula, is being reprinted. Collections: 720 books, increase 65; 709 MSS., increase 35; acquisition of MSS. relating to rebellion of 1837-38; 1864 museum objects, increase 45. Enterprises: Placing tablets in society's building bearing names of early settlers, etc.; work on catalogue of collections. Society is branch of the Ontario Historical Society.
Women's Canadian Historical Society, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. President, Mrs. Thomas Ahearn; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Braddish Billings; recording secretary, Mrs. J. B. Simpson. Membership, 76. Publications: Transactions, II, containing 11 papers on Canadian waterways. Collections: 76 books, 48 MSS.
LIST OF DELEGATES AND OTHERS IN ATTENDANCE.
J. H. Reynolds, Arkansas Historical Association, Fayetteville, Ark.
Benjamin F. Shambaugh, superintendent State Historical Society of Iowa,
Mrs. William Reed, president Maryland Society of Colonial Dames of America, Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. Albert Sioussat, chairman national committee of historical research,
National Society of Colonial Dames of America, Baltimore, Md. Worthington C. Ford, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Mass. A. McF. Davis, American Antiquarian Society, Cambridge, Mass.
D. P. Corey, president Malden (Mass.) Historical Society, Malden, Mass., and Mrs. Corey.
John F. Ayer, secretary Bay State Historical League, Wakefield, Mass. Dunbar Rowland, director Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss.
F. A. Sampson, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.
William Nelson, corresponding secretary New Jersey Historical Society,
Mabel Ross, New York State Teachers Association, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Frank H. Severance, secretary-treasurer Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, N. Y.
Albert M. Friedenberg, American Jewish Historical Society, New York, N. Y.
Dr. Lancey W. Watkins, vice president Schenectady County Historical Society,
Dr. W. A. E. Cummings, president Ticonderoga Historical Society, Ticonderoga, N. Y., and Mrs. Cummings.
William K. Boyd, Trinity College Historical Society, Durham, N. C.
R. D. W. Connor, secretary North Carolina Historical Commission, Raleigh, N. C.
Henry E. Bourne, Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio.
Charles R. Roberts, secretary Lehigh County Historical Society and of Pennsylvania-German Society, Allentown, Pa.
Albert Cook Myers, secretary Pennsylvania History Club, Moylan, Pa.
Charles W. Ramsdell, corresponding secretary Texas State Historical Association, Austin, Tex.
George P. Garrison, recording secretary Texas State Historical Association, Austin, Tex.
Reuben G. Thwaites, superintendent Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison, Wis.
Mrs. J. B. Simpson, Women's Canadian Historical Society, Ottawa, Canada. J. E. Bradford, Oxford, Ohio.
Charles A. Flagg, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.
William Henry Hoyt, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. G. A. Hubbell, New York, N. Y.
Austin Baxter Keep, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.
Ralph B. Page, New York, N. Y.
Victor H. Paltsits, State Historian, Albany, N. Y.
W. R. Patterson, New York, N. Y.
C. O. Paullin, Washington, D. C.
Benjamin Rand, Harvard University, Cambridge Mass.
O. E. Tiffany, Westminster, Md.
Miss J. M. Welch, the Algonquin, Buffalo, N. Y.
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XX. TENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PUBLIC ARCHIVES COMMIS
SION WITH EIGHT PAPERS AND THREE APPENDICES.
DECEMBER 30, 1909.
APPENDIX A. REPORT OF FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ARCHIVISTS.
APPENDIX C. REPORT ON THE ARCHIVES OF NEW MEXICO.