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MG-192

PAUL A. W. WALLACE PAPERS

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MG-192

Paul A. W. Wallace Papers



AUTHOR'S MANUSCRIPTS, 1945-1967
(11 boxes)

box 1

Biographical Material, ca. 1954 (1 folder)

"Conrad Weiser, 1696-1760," ca. 1945, published University of Pennsylvania Press (2 boxes)
Mss. ribbon copy with corrections by P.A.W.W. (6 folders)

box 2

"Indians in Pennsylvania, ca. 1961 and ca. 1964, published by PHMC
Typed mss., 147 pages and 209 pages (2 folders)
Title Page, p. vii
Forward, February 10, 1961 (1964 edition) (1 folder)
Acknowledgements, p. ix
Contents, p. xi
Illustrations and Maps, p. xiii
Chapter Revisions, 1961, 1964
Delaware Tribes (1 folder)
The Eries, pp. 14-15 (Ms. pp. 20-A,B,C)
The Erie Triangle (mss. 6 pp.) (1 folder)
Handsome Lake, Sayings of (mss. pp. 203-204
Indian Wars (1 folder)
Moravians (1 folder)
Origin
Indian Refugees (1 folder)
Religion
Epilogue (mss. pp. 154-156 - not used)
Bibliography, 1964 ed.
Criticism on Mss. (1 folder)
Revision, 1961
Proofs, 1961
Complimentary Copies

box 3

"Pennsylvania, Seed of a Nation," ca. 1962 (published by Harper and Row)
Mss., ribbon copy, 32 chapters (corrected by P.A.W.W. and another person) 322 pp.
Mss., carbon copy, 34 chapters (corrected by P.A.W.W. and another person) 388 pp.

box 4

Mss., carbon copy, 36 chapters (few corrections by P.A.W.W., pp. 201-406 in box 2) 406 pp. (2 folders)
Mss., printer's copy, np. 35977, 33 chapters, inc. Bibliography, 445 pp. (4 folders)

Chapter Notes, 1961-1962
1. Three Rivers (1 folder)
2. Indians of Three Rivers (1 folder)
3. Coming of the European and the Beaver Wars (1 folder)
4. Beaver Wars
5. William Penn (1 folder)
6. Penn's Holy Experiment (1 folder)
7. Peace Without Pacifism (1 folder)
8. Melting Pot (1 folder)

box 5

9. Capital and Frontier (1 folder)
10. George Washington
11. Fight for the Forks (1 folder)
12. Western Pennsylvania (1 folder)
13. The Revolution (1 folder)
14. Pennsylvania Constitution, 1776 (1 folder)
15. Benjamin Franklin (missing)
16. Federal Constitution (1 folder)
17. Lumbering, Robin Hood (1 folder)
18. Utopias - Ephrata, Economy, etc. (1 folder)
19. Moravians "The Only Good Indian--" (1 folder)
20. Growth of Political Parties (1 folder)
21. Transportation (1 folder)
22. Game Without Rules (1 folder)
23. Underground Railroad (1 folder)
24. Lincoln (1 folder)
25. Industrial Revolution - Steel (1 folder)
26. Industrial Revolution - Coal (1 folder)
27. Black Gold (1 folder)
28. Labor Movement (1 folder)
29. Return to Democracy (1 folder)
30. Arts - The New Capitol (1 folder)

box 6

31. Some Pennsylvania Profiles, 1961-1962
I. Milton Hershey (missing)
II. Andrew Mellon (1 folder)
III. Owen J. Roberts, 1961-1962 (1 folder)

General Correspondence, 1956-1965
Harper and Row, Publishers, 1956-1965 (1 folder)
32. Pittsburgh (1 folder)
33. Philadelphia (1 folder)

box 7

"Indian Paths of Pennsylvania," ca. 1965 (Published by PHMC)
Mss. Trails: A-Z, [undated] (7 folders)
Mss. No. 2, A-F, Revised and Substitute Copy (1 folder)

box 8

Mss. No. 2, G-W, A-W, Appendix (2 folders)
Mss. Substitute, A-W, Appendix (3 folders)
Mss. [No. 3], A-F (1 folder)

box 9

Mss. [No. 3], G-W (2 folders)
Format (1 folder)
Acknowledgments (1 folder)
Introduction
IV. Appendices (1 folder)
V. Biographical Notes
VI. Indices (1 folder)
Suggestions (1 folder)
Final Revision (1 folder)
Permission to quote
Proofs (1 folder)
Extras
Maps
Maps (glossy prints, 1954, 1962 (1 folder)
Nos. 2-133 Appendix V. (missing: 1, 4, 5, 14, 19, 28,37, 42, 57-60, 62 74-77, 80, 86, 95, 97, 105, 108, 109, 111, 114, 130) (1 folder)

box 10

Book Reviews, 1947-1966 (1 folder)

Hamilton, Milton V. Papers of Sir William Johnson (Albany: University of New York Press, 1953) Reviews, 2 carbons, 3 pp. and 2 pp.

Mulkearn, Lois. The George Mercer Papers Relating to the Ohio Company of Virginia. (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1954) Review published in Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, vol. 37 (1954), pp. 117-119. Typed, 3 pp.

Peckham, Howard H. Captured by Indians: True Tales of Pioneer Survivors. (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1954) Review published in Pennsylvania History, vol. 23 (1955), pp. 203-204. Two typed carbons, 3 pp. and 2 pp.

Klees, Frederick. The Pennsylvania Dutch. (New York: Macmillan Co., 1950) Review sent to American Historical Review, January 13, 1951. Typed carbon, 2pp.

Mulkearn, Lois, and Edwin V. Pugh. A Traveler's Guide to Western Pennsylvania. (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1954) Review, two typed carbons, 3 pp. each.

Trealease, Allen W. Indian Affairs in Colonial New York. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1960) Review published in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 85 (1961), pp. 83-84. Typed, 3 pp.

Wheeler, W. Reginald. Pine Knots and Bark Peelers: The Story of Five Generations of American Lumbermen. (La Jolla, CA: 1960 Review published Pennsylvania History, vol. 28 (1960), pp. 225-226. Typed, 3 pp.

Quimby, George I. Indian Life in the Upper Great Lakes: 11,000 B.C. - 1800 A.D. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960) Review sent to New York History, December 9, 1960. Typed, 2 pp.

Leyburn, James G. The Scotch-Irish: A Social History. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1962) Review. Typed, 3 pp.

Tappert, Theodore G. and John W. Doberstein. trs. The Journals of Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg. (Philadelphia: The Muhlenberg Press, 1958) Review sent to Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, July 1, 1959. Typed, 3pp.

Tolles, Frederick B. James Logan and the Culture of Provincial America. (Boston and Toronto: Brown and Co., 1957) Review published in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 81 (1958), pp. 320-321. Typed, 3 pp.

Dunbar, John R., editor. The Paxton Papers. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1957) Review published in Pennsylvania History, vol. 82 (1958), pp. 227-229. Two typed copies, 3 pp. each.

Oliphant, J. Orin. The Rise of Bucknell University. (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1965) Review published in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 90 (1966), pp. 412-414. Typed, 3 pp.

Thompson, Virginia van Horn, and Edward C. Smith. Traditionally Pennsylvania Dutch. (New York: Hasting House, 1947)
and
Rice, Charles S., and John B. Shank. Meet the Amish: A Pictorial Study of the Amish People. (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1947) Review of both books published in Pennsylvania History, vol. 15 (1948), pp. 147-148. Typed, 4 pp.

Weslager, C.A. The Nanticoke Indians: A Refugee Tribal Group of America. (Harrisburg: PA Historical and Museum Commission, 1948) Review published in Pennsylvania History, vol. 16 (1949), p. 154. Typed, 2 pp.

Smith, DeCost. Martyrs of the Oblong and Little Nine. (Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1948) Review sent to William and Mary Quarterly, January 11, 1949. Typed, 5 pages.

Davidson, Robert L.D. War Comes to Quaker Pennsylvania, 1682-1756. [Temple University Publications] (New York: Columbia University Press, 1957) Review for Pennsylvania History, undated. Typed, 3 pp.

Speeches, 1951-1960

"This Land is My Inheritance" delivered to Wyoming Commemorative Association, July 3, 1951. Typed, 20 pp.

"Our Predecessors in the Susquehanna Valley" delivered to Masons at Williamsport, January 1953. Typed, 24 pp.

"The Six Nations of New York and Pennsylvania" delivered to Pennsylvania Historical Association, October 1953. Typed, 25 pp.

"The Muhlenbergs and the Revolutionary Underground" delivered to Pennsylvania Junto, Washington, Pa., undated; Keystonians, Jarrisburg, undated; and August[us] Church Historical Society, Trappe, undated. Typed, 27 pp.

The Muhlenbergs in the Revolution delivered Lehigh County Historical Society, undated.

"Travels in the Indian Country with John Heckewelder" delivered to Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society, Easton, December 4, 1953. Typed, 24 pp.

"Indian Trails in Pennsylvania" delivered to Juniata County Historical Society, September 10, 1956. Typed, 22 pp.

"Benjamin Franklin's Fingerprints." Typed, 22 pp.

"Some Pennsylvania Utopias" delivered to Muncy Historical Society, November 18, 1960. Typed, 18 pp.

"The John Heckewelder Papers" delivered to the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Historical Association, October 17, 1959 and published in Pennsylvania History, July 1960. Typed, 21 pp.

"The Iroquois in Literature" delivered to Muncy Historical Society, December 17, 1954. Typed, 21 pp.

"Iroquois Government and Social Pattern" delivered at a seminar. Typed, 17 pages.

"The Muhlenbergs and the Revolution" delivered at Muhlenberg College, Reading, undated. Typed, 27 pp.

""Pathfinding in Pennsylvania" delivered to Kittochtinny Historical Society, Chambersburg, May 28, 1953. Two copies, typed, 21 pp. each.

"Conrad Weiser and the Indian Paths of Pennsylvania" delivered at Lackawanna Historical Society, October 23, 1947. Typed, 28 pp.

"Our Indian Trails" delivered to Northumberland County Historical Society, November 11, 1949. Typed, 23 pp.

"The Iroquois in Literature" (Unrevised). Typed, 20 pp.

"The Iroquois in Literature." Typed, 23 pp.

"Thirty Thousand Miles With John Heckewelder" (Revised). 18 pp.; delivered to Bradford County Historical Society, undated typed carbon, 19 pp.; deliverdd to Moravian Historical Society, undated. Typed, 19 pp.

"Sakayenkwarahton and General Sullivan Travel the Great Warriors Path" delivered at The Wyoming Monument, July 4, 1966. Typed, 18 pp. (incl. digest of talk)

"The Forks of the Ohio" delivered to Forest Hills Women's Club, October 2, 1950. Typed, 23 pp.

"Seven Wonders of the World" delivered at Lebanon Valley College, June 1, 1963; Lebanon County Historical Society, September 18, 1963; Dauphin County Historical Society, January 20, 1964; Women's Civic Club, March 27, 1964; and D.A.R., Middletown, October 12, 1964. (incl. notes) Typed outline, 1 p.

"Lloyd Mifflin" delivered to Cumberland County Historical Society, March 25, 1965. Typed, 1 p.

"This Land is My Inheritance" delivered at Wyoming Commemorative Association, July 3, 1951. 15 pp.

Articles and Pamphlets, 1947-1967

No. 1. "Conrad Weiser State Park." Leaflet for property maintained by PHMC. Typed ribbon and copy, 4 pp. ea, 2 carbons, 6 pp. each.

No. 2. "The Daniel Boone Homestead, Berks County, Pennsylvania." Published by PHMC as Daniel Boone in Pennsylvania, 1967. Mss, Base Copy, Nos. 2 and 3, undated. Typed, 31 pp. each and undated rejects.

No. 3. "Conrad Weiser, Holder of the Heavens, 1696-1760." Leaflet for PHMC, 1965. Xerox, 6 pp.

No. 4. "William Penn in Pennsylvania." Leaflet for PHMC, March 1965. Typed, 9 pp.

No. 5. "The Vision of William Penn." A key to the mural by Vincent Maragliotti painted on the wall of Memorial Hall in the William Penn Museum, 1965.

No. 6. "Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania." Leaflet for PHMC. Mss. Typed, 8 pp.; Mss. handwritten and typed, 37 pp.; Reprint. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. LXXVI, No. 14 (1952), 29 pp. and map.

box 11

No. 7. "The Six Nations of New York and Pennsylvania." New York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 31 (1965), pp. 228-250. Typed, 27 pp.

No. 8. "Conrad Weiser - 'Emperor of the Iroquois,' 1696-1760." Mss. for Conrad Weiser Day program, July 4, 1946. Typed, 2 pp.; Mss published in American Heritage, vol. 3 (1952), No. 4, pp. 9-13.

No. 9. "George Washington and the Wisconsin Glacier, 1753." Mss. published in Pennsylvania Archaeologist, November 1954. Typed, 16 pp.

No. 10. "John Heckewelder's Travels." Mss, incomplete, published in Now and Then, vol. 10 (1952), pp. 105-119. Typed, 22pp.

No. 11. The Covenant of Blood." Published in Pennsylvania History, July 1953. Typed, 2 pp.

No. 12. "Enter the White Man." Published in The Beaver, Winnipeg, December 1953. Typed, 14 pp.

No. 13. "Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania." Published in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 76 (October 1952), pp. 411-439. Typed carbon, 53 pp.

No. 14. "Valley Forge: An Episode in the History of the Muhlenberg Family." Published in The Pensylvanian, vol. 6, no. 6 (January 1949). 2 pp.

No. 15. "Anna Maria Muhlenberg and her Children." Published in Historical Review of Berks County, vol. 15 (1950), pp. 162-165, Typed, 7 pp.

No. 16. "When the 'Savages' Saved Pennsylvania." Published in Philadelphia Forum, vol. 29, No. 7 (1950). Typed, 7 pp.

No. 17. "Mapping the Indian Paths of Pennsylvania." Published in Pennsylvania Archaeologist, vol. 29, No. 7 (1950), pp. 84-85. Typed, 4 pp.

No. 18. "General Peter Muhlenberg: The Real Hero of Yorktown." Published in Pennsylvania Traveler, 1958. Typed, 15 pp.

No. 19. "Hope Lodge: Symbol of Pennsylvania's Founding." Sent to Allen Miller, ed. of Pennsylvania Traveler, [undated]. Typed, 7 pp.

No. 20. "George Washington's Route from Venango to Fort Le Boeuf, 1753." Published in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 28 (1961), pp. 325-334. Ms. corrected copy for printer, Typed, 9 pp.; Ms. original with corrections, Typed, 9 pp.; Mss. original with corrections, Typed, 12 pp. each; Mss. ribbon and carbon (revised edition sent to Pennsylvania History, July 7, 1961), Typed, 9 pp.

No. 21. "The Iroquois: A Brief Outline of Their History." Published in Pennsylvania History, vol. 23 (1956), pp. 15-28. Mss.,1 ribbon, 2 carbons. Typed, 17 pp. each.

No. 22. Lloyd Mifflin, Painter and Poet of the Susquehanna, 1965, PHMC Pamphlet, 27 pp.; Ms., checked by Professor Harold Dickson, December 24, 1964, Xerox, 39 pp.; Mss. original and 2 carbons, Typed, 40 pp. each; Ms. carbon, 42 pp.

No. 23. "The Iroquois." Sent to American Heritage, [undated]. Typed, 22 pp.

No. 24. "The Muhlembergs and the Revolutionary Underground." Published in American Philosophical Society Proceedings, vol. 93 (1949), pp. 119-126. (Missing)

No. 25. "Pathfinding in Pennsylvania.' See: Speeches, Typed, 21 pp.)

No. 26. "John Heckewelder's Indians and the Fenimore Cooper Tradition." Published American Philosophical Society Proceedings, 1952. Typed, 24 pp.

No. 27. "Travels in the Indian Country with John Heckewelder." (Unrevised copy) Typed, 23 pp.

No. 28. "Indian Highways in Pennsylvania." Sent to Pennsylvania Archaeologist, May 9, 1953.

No. 29. "Indian Highways." Published in Now and Then, vol. 9 (1950), pp. 165-176. Two typed carbons, 15 pp. each.

No. 30. "The Oneidas of Valley Forge." Sent to Ray Fadden, September 5, 1950. Typed, 2 pp.

No. 31. "Indian Trails and Pennsylvania Travelers." (Rough draft, 8 pp.), Typed, 2 pp.

No. 32. "Red Man, White Man: Pennsylvania's Early Experiments in Race Relations." Typed, 16 pp.

No. 33. "William Penn and the Pilgrim Fathers." Typed, 13 pp. (Retyped for Frank Melvin, January 1958), 2 typed, 17 pp. and 16 pp.

No. 34. "Logan and Mingo: A Problem of Identification." Published in Pennsylvania Archaeologist, vol. 32, December 1962, Nos. 3-4 (Incl. notes). Typed, 12 pp.

No. 35. "Where were the Carantouannais in 1615?" Typed, 6 pp.

No. 36. "Postlewaite's on the Great Conestoga Trail." Sent to American Heritage, March 14, 1950. Typed, 11 pp.

No. 37. "'Blunder Camp': A Note on the Braddock Road." Published in the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. LXXXVII, No. 1, January 1963. Typed, 15 pp.

No. 38. "The Fight for the Forks." (Copy left at Westmoreland - Fayette Historical Society, June 16, 1962.) Typed, 13 pp.

No. 39. "Honesdale's Place in the History of Transportation." Typed, 8 pp.

No. 40. "Historic Hope Lodge." Published in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 86 (1962), pp. 115-142.

"Who Were the Huron's Allies?" See Research Notes: Carantouan.


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