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John Michels
Moses King, 1895 - Science
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Contents

JOSEPH LE COSTS Geology W M DAVIS Physiography O C MARSH Paleontology W
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Shaler N S Lower Silurian Limestones
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Gill Theo On the Torpedoes 502 Ceratodontidje 725 Hall C W The PreCambrian Floor of the North
63
White David The Pottsville Series
64
B D G Grundriss der Ethnological Jurisprudenz Belopolsky A Pulkowa Refractor 616
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Aerotherapeutics Charles Theodore Williams 247
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Engineers American Society of Civil
84
Learning Edward Microphotographs 167 ley 662
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Goode G Brown Deep Sea Fishes 501 531 Location Hanshofer Karl Death of
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Shepard Willam A death of 668
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Englishmen the Earliest
126
LEE FREDRICK S Carl Ludvvig 630 McDonald J Donnell Expedition of
139
Subscriptions five dollars annually and advertisements
141
Wine and Beer Consumption of
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Entomological Society The New York 84 of Wash
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Powell J W National Geographic Monographs
177
Holden Edward S Mars 529 Decoration 615
192
Hygiene 48 I Lane Notter and R H Firth
216
T F W The Mammals of Florida
219
Childhood International Congress on
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Gophers Pocket C Hart Merriam J A ALLEN Solar System 29
241
van Cambrian Faunas 670
245
Cleghorn Hugh Francis Clarke Death of 667
249
Skeleton Variations in the Human
253
Collet R The Norway Lemming C H M 690
256
Newells Report on Agriculture by Irrigation
258
BUMPVS HEBMON C Laboratory Teaching of Large
260
Elasticitiit und Festigkeit MANSFIELD LIX LENGFELD
272
Preservation of Animals and Plants 640
273
Insect Life 584
276
Newell H F Argon 616
279
Composition of Expired Air and its Effects upon
281
African FolkLore and Ethnography 405
293
Publishers Circular 109
300
Leys Cloudland 678 Macdonald A Sensitiveness to Pain 43
302
Entomologists Daily Post Card 191 Losses by fire
303
Graduate Courses 724 HART EDWARD Chemical Analysis Fr Rudorff
306
between Animals and Plants
311
E J D Bevier Sheet Arthur Winslow 248 Iron
330
Entwickelungsmechanik der Organismen Archiv fiir
333
Tchbychev GEORGE BRUCE HALSTED 129
355
Bacteriology Outline of Diary H L Russell H W Bibbins Arthur Fauna of Potomac Formation
362
Alaska 219 Gold and Coal Resources of 470
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ALLEN HAHELSON Pithecanthropus erectus 239 299
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Bacteriosis of Rutabaga 509 The Influence of Certain Agents in Destroying
393
Kansas PermoCarboniferous and Permian Rocks
398
Ethics Program for the School of Applied 557
406
Congres des SocieUs Savantes 613
413
Antelopes The Book of P L Sclater and Oldfield
449
Grasses of Tennessee Pt II F Lanison Scribner Haycraft John Berry Darwinism and Race Pro
467
Lane Hygiene 216
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Readers To Our S NEWCOMB 1
470
Connecticut Sandstone Group C H HITCHCOCK 74
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HART Zoological Nomenclature 18 382
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Lick Observatory A Large Reflector for EDWARD S MacKenzie A S Attraction of Crystalline and Iso
475
Finger Prints 82
494
Mexican Boundary Remarking the O 349 Shipley F R C Reed W H DALL 610
498
Caddisfly in the Permian Beds of Bohemia 220
499
Gravity Measurements HERBERT G OODEN 571 583 HAYDEN EVERETT National Geographic Society
501
Oceanic Circulation Buchans Challenger Report
505
Linnsan Society 83 696 Mammals Brissons Genera of C HART MEEEIAM
516
KEELER JAMES E Spectroscopic Observations
519
Baker Frank Human Lumbar Vertebrae 531 481
531
Greene Andrew H Historic and Scenic Places 500 Helmholtz H 55 333 Memorial 499 612 721
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Cotton States and International Exposition
557
Fly Belt in Africa
568
Crolls Glacial Theory
570
Mills Wesley T Psychic Development of Young C H M
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BALDWIN J MARK The Social Sense 236 Billings John S Retirement of
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Reith Arthur The Appalachians 58
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The Evolution of Invention 50
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Reid Harry Fairfield Variations of Glaciers 60
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Cross Whitman The Geology of Cripple Creek 559
605
Thiersch Carl Death of 584
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Gregory Richard A The Planet Earth T C M Herbarium of Rousseau
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Atmosphere The Earths William Coutie EDWARD
617
Thomson E Intercommunication among Wolves
634
Balloon Ascent 500 W CONN 413 Laboratory The Marine 516
635
Locy William A Primitive Metamerism 68 Pineal Apart 235 The Distribution of Sledges 490
640
Thurston R H Debt to Inventors
641
Topographic Methods Gannetts Manual of 179
650
Lombard Dr Death of 249 of the American 110 The International Con
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Neumann Franz Death of
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Remp G T Extraction of Blood Gases 117
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Lowell Percival Mars 529 616 640 Matthew W D Effusive and Dike Rocks
670
Roscoe Sir Henry E John Dalton and the Rise
673
S Nomenclature of Siliceous Rocks 62 HERRICK FRANCIS H Notes on the Biology
676
St Johns River New Brunswick History of 294
684
Bays and Fiords Submerged Valleys 259 dren of St Louis 225 Growth of Firstborn
693
Rirkwood Daniel Death of
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Earthquakes
695
Hageman S G Egyptological Work 613 Hobbs W H Borneol and Isoborneol
700
Ruiz Prof Death of 220
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W R S Theoretical Mechanics Alexander Ziwet 20
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Ganong W F Cactacete 503 643
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