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Page 637 - 1899. “Report on the Geology and Natural Resources of the Area Included by the Nipissing and Temiscaming Map Sheet, Comprising Portions of the District of Nipissing, Ontario, and of the County of Pontiac, Quebec,” Can. Geol. Surv.,
Page 791 - by examination at the University, and thus the time of residence required for a degree may be shortened. Work may be commenced at any time Special circulars will be sent on application to THE CORRESPONDENCE - STUDY DEPARTMENT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO CHICAGO Special circulars explaining the work of the LECTURESTUDY DEPARTMENT
Page 788 - So well has the School Review served the interests of highschool and academy work that it has come to be recognized as the official organ of secondary education in the United States. It is devoted exclusively to this field, is progressive, practical, and helpful, and is indispensable to every . teacher.
Page 788 - The object of this journal is to encourage the study of the Semitic languages and literatures, to furnish information concerning the work of Semitic students at home and abroad, and to act as a medium for the publication of scientific contributions in those departments. Articles are published in German, French, and Latin, as well as in English. MODERN PHILOLOGY Editors:
Page 637 - Surv., Vol. IX, new series, Report F. 35. , 1898. “The Glaciation of North Central Canada,” JOUR. GEOL., Vol. VI, pp 147—60. 36. TYRRELL, J. W., 1901. “[Report of an] Exploratory Survey between Great Slave Lake and Hudson Bay, Districts of Mackenzie and Keewatin.” Canada,
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Page 637 - 1898. “Report on the Doobaunt, Kazan, and Ferguson Rivers and the Northwest Coast of Hudson Bay, and on Two Overland Routes from Hudson Bay to Lake Winnipeg. Can.
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