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Terms of Subscription: One Year, $1.00; Single Copies, 10 cents. Miss Lilian Lockwood, Business Manager, 902 F street, N. W., Washington, D, C.

CONTENTS—JANUARY, 1899.
FRONTISPIECE: Map showing Boundaries.
HISTORY:

The Geography and Political Boundaries of the Colonies of Virginia and

Maryla from the earliest date to the beginning of the American Revolu.

tion, April 19, 1775. GILBERT THOMPSON,
United States Commissioners at Ghent. MARY ELIZABETH SPRINGER,
The Women of the American Revolution. OLIVE A. LINCOLN,

11 Mrs. Sarah Wayne Gardiner McCalla,

17 A Ballad of Evacuation Day. EMMA HUNTINGTON NASON, Old Lace. MINNIE PARKE DETWEILER,

27 Illustration–New Congressional Library,

29 WHAT WE ARE DOING AND CHAPTER WORK : Good Work of Army and Navy Chapter, .

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Groton Monument House,
Dubuque Chapter,
Norwalk Chapter,
Wau-buu Chapter,
New Albany Chapter,

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Jemima Johnson Chapter,
Omaha Chapter,

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Puerta del Ora Chapter,
Spirit of liberty Chapter,

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Koussinock Chapter,
Elizabeth Wadsworth Chapter,
1.ucy Jackson Chapter,
Cincinnati Chapter,
Watauga Chapter,
Muskingum Chapter,
Second Annual Conference of South Carolina Daughters, .
Conterence of Alabama Chapter Regents, .
Ann Story Chapter,

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Paul Revere Chapter,
St. Josephi Chapter,
Abigail Wolcott Ellsworth Chapter,

70 Martha Washington Chapter,

72 Atlanta Chapter, .

73 John Marshall Chapter,

75 Catawba Chapter,

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Camp Middlebrook Chapter,
Oglethorpe Chapter,
Eschscholtzia Chapter, .
Fort Dearborn Chapter,

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William Mason Chapter,
Shikelimo Chapter.
Mary Dilliugham Chapter,

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General Sumpter Chapter,
Anne Adams Tufts Chapter,
Bonnie Kate Chapter,

Illustration-Gallery of Rotunda, Congressional Library,
ANCESTRY:

A Daughter of the Revolution. CLARA ALDEN ROWLAND,
Illustration--- Mrs. Fanuy S. Cleveland,

Section of Main Stair Case, Congressional Library,
CURRENT TOPICS :

Notes,
YOUNG PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENT:
Annual Convention,

104 War Relief Service--Continued,

105 IN MEMORIAM:

Mrs. John M. Ritchie,
Miss Reubena Hyde Walworth,
Mrs. T. M. Brown,
Mr. James S. T. Stranahan,
Mr. Edwin Mickley,
Lieut. Clarke Churchman,
Mrs. Bernard A. Hoopes,

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Lydia White French,
Grace Herschell,
Mrs. Hannah Bell Barker,
Mrs. Annie Larimer Jones,
Mrs. Jane Ives Washburn,

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Mrs. Charles K. Howe,

115 Mrs. Edgar Bates,

115 Mrs. Alice Todd,

116 Mrs. Margaret Walls,

116 Mary Irene Carr, Mrs. Mary Pettigrew Keyes,

117 OFFICIAL: List of National Officers,

11o How to Become a Member, Minutes of the National Board of Management,

121, 138 Report of Treasurer General,

153 Errata,

156 No change can be mude after the 18th of any month in the address of the

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CONTENTS-FEBRUARY, 1899.
FRONTISPIECE: The National Capitol.
HISTORY:
One Hundred Years of American History. MARY S. LOCKWOOD,

159 Catharine Schuyler. MRS. WILLIAM F. JONES,

Iog A Sketch of General Lafayette. MARY HUNT EVANS,

168 Letter from Eva J. H. Hamilton,

175 A Sketch of Mercy Otis Warren,

177 Our Stratford Ancestors. HARRIET TRUBBE GARLICH, Mary, the Mother of Washington. FRANCES A. JOHNSTON,

189 Illustration-Charles Willson Peale, .

op. 197 Charles Willson Peale and his Public Services during the American Revolution, ...

197 WHAT WE ARE DOING AND CHAPTER WORK: Quequechan Chapter,

209 The Work in Vermont,

213 Fanny Ledyard Chapter,

217 Wiltwyck Chapter,

222 Letitia Green Stevenson Chapter,

728 Paul Jones Chapter,

234 Oakland Chapter,

240 Santa Ysabel Chapter,

242 Tuscarora Chapter, Baltimore Chapter,

245 Stars and Stripes Chapter,

247 Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter,

249 Mary Clap Wooster Chapter,

251 Baron Steuben Chapter,

254 Caesar Rodney Chapter, .

255 Wyoming Chapter,

255 Catherine Schuyler Chapter,

256 Fort Massachusetts Chapter, Mary Draper Chapter,

259 Jersey Blue Chapter,

259 Paul Revere Chapter

261 Jane Randolph Jefferson Chapter, .

203 ANCESTRY:

Minute Men of the American Revolution. MARY S LOCKWOOD,
Illustration-St. Helen's Church, Austerfield, England,
The Baker Family. ETHEL BAKER,
Illustration-Mrs. Clara Jones Gifford,
A Daughter of a Soldier of the Revolution,

279 CURRENT Topics: Program as accepted by National Board of Management,

280
Instructions to Persons attending the Continental Congress,
Monument to Lafayette,
Monument to Washington,
Notes,
Copy of Circular Letter,
Illustration-Proposed Marker,

292 Our Library Table,

294 YOUNG PEOple's DEPARTMENT : National Officers,

206 Notes,

299 IN MEMORIAM :

Notes,
Dr. Samuel Eliot,
Mrs. Martha M. G. Kimbali,

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Mrs. H. W. Cady,
Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman Brown,

315 OFFICIAL: List of National Officers,

3:7 How to Become a Member,

320 Errata, .

321 No change can be made after the 18th of any month in the address of the

Magazine for the following month.
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