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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 26, Issue 3, July 1883
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  • Striking Oil, 323-339.
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  • Farewell to Salvini, 339-340.
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  • Nights with Uncle Remus, 340-349.
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  • Drought, 349-350.
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  • Old and New Roses, 350-359.
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  • Angel's Wings, 359.
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  • To a Daisy, 359.
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  • The Wild Bird's Song, 359-360.
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  • Summer, 360-361.
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  • Morning Meadows, 361.
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  • Summer Evening, 361.
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  • The Swallow, 361-362.
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  • The Native Element in American Fiction, 362-376.
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  • Black Bass Fishing, 376-378.
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  • To John Burroughs, 378-384.
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  • Anthony Trollope, 384-395.
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  • The Philadelphia Committee of One Hundred, 395-399.
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  • The John Brown Raid. I. Recollections by a Virginian who witnessed the Fight, 399-411.
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  • The John Brown Raid. II. Comment by a Radical Abolitionist, 411-416.
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  • Frans Hals, 416-419.
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  • Flood and Plague in New Orleans, 419-431.
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  • A Nocturne of Rubinstein, 431-433.
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  • A Woman's Reason, 433-449.
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  • The Legend of Padre Jose, 449-453.
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  • A Breathing Time, 453-454.
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  • Early Letters of Emerson, 454-458.
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  • Washington on the Eve of the War, 458-467.
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  • College Presidents and the Power of Appointment, 467-469.
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  • The Real Basis of Party Harmony, 469-470.
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  • The Greatest Need of the Working Class, 470-471.
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  • A Study of Sea-Sickness, 471-474.
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  • Free Trade with Canada, 474-475.
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  • A Novel Suggestion Concerning Prisoners, 475-476.
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  • A Piece of History Worth Writing, 476-477.
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  • Woodman's Portrait of John Brown, 477-478.
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  • Caught, 478.
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  • Culture, 478.
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  • Picking Berries, 478-479.
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  • At Last, 479.
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  • Bits of Summer Metaphysics, 479.
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  • "Too Too", 479-482.
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