A Sociological Study of Clark County, Ohio: Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the Faculty of Political Science, Columbia University (Google eBook)

Front Cover
Springfield Publishing Company, 1904 - African Americans - 113 pages
0 Reviews
  

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 57 - Insanity in the parent caused epilepsy in 7 per cent, of the males and 10 per cent, of the females.
Page 9 - ... penetrate below the bones, thus keeping the bodies dry. With the exception of some pieces of pottery and carved shell, the most crude and primitive form of ornaments and weapons accompained the skeletons. There is no care evinced in the preparation of the graves no evidence of ceremonies having been enacted, such as we conclude were carried out when the mounds were constructed. A simple excavation is made in the knoll and the bodies deposited, apparently without any wrappings of hides or...
Page 4 - ... of problem which can be attacked most successfully by the use of high pressures is not that which is now most interesting to most physicists, nor which appears to be most fundamental. This tool is not particularly adapted to probing questions of * Address delivered, Thursday, September 18, 1924, on the occasion of the celebration of the centenary of the founding of The Franklin Institute.
Page 9 - ... gravel, are well preserved, because the material surrounding them permits the water to readily penetrate below the bones, thus keeping the bodies dry. With the exception of some pieces of pottery and carved shell, the most crude and primitive form of ornaments and weapons accompained the skeletons. There is no care evinced in the preparation of the graves no evidence of ceremonies having been enacted, such as we conclude were carried out when the mounds were constructed. A simple excavation...
Page 6 - ... a very small portion of the intervals between the cliffs for its channel, but uses most of it for a flood plain in its higher stages.
Page 114 - He received his primary education in the public schools of that city; entered Wittenberg College in 1889, and was graduated with the degree AB in 1893.
Page 83 - Like the insurance departments of the Knights of Pythias and the Junior Order of American Mechanics...
Page 80 - ... President of each department are entitled to seats in the Board of Aldermen, with the right to participate in discussions, but not to vote. Removals from office are made by the Mayor for cause, subject to the approval of the Governor ; except that the head of the Department of Street Cleaning shall be subject to removal by the Mayor with the approval of the Board of Health, whenever the Mayor shall certify that in his judgment such removal is required in the public interest.
Page 62 - There ought to be a fund created to put into the field a force strong enough to save our neglected fields and help to stop the awful tide of Sabbath desecration which is cursing the youth with a godless education.
Page 62 - Barring out an exception or two, you will scarcely find a branch of Zion flourishing enough to be a contented resting place for the dove from the ark.

Bibliographic information