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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 34, Issue 2, June 1887
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  • Peterborough Cathedral, 163-175.
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  • When She Comes Home, 175-176.
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  • College Boat-Racing and the New London Regatta, 176-189.
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  • Boat-Racing by Amateurs, 189-192.
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  • The Hundredth Man, 192-202.
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  • The Name of Washington, 202-203.
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  • Abraham Lincoln: A History. The Attack on Sumner and the Dred Scott Case, 203-220.
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  • Jack, 220-237.
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  • The Chemistry of Food and Nutrition, 237.
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  • How Food Nourishes the Body, 237-252.
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  • A Visit to Count Tolstoi, 252-266.
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  • Poseidon, 266.
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  • The Sea's Voice, 266.
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  • Sunrise at Sea, 266-267.
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  • The Wind, and the Stars, and the Sea, 267-268.
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  • Social Progress and Education, 268-276.
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  • After Reading Shakspere, 276.
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  • Silence, 276.
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  • Solitude, 276-277.
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  • From the Wilderness to Cold Harbor, 277-301.
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  • Hand-to-Hand Fighting at Spotsylvania, 301-308.
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  • A Missing Confederate Cipher Dispatch, 308-309.
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  • Union Sentiment among Confederate Veterans, 309-310.
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  • Lord Wolseley's Estimate of General Lee, 310-313.
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  • Landscape-Gardeners Needed for America, 313-314.
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  • Church Union, from a Unitarian Point of View, 314-315.
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  • Church Union, from a Unitarian Point of View, 315-316.
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  • Applause as a Spur to Pegasus, 316-317.
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  • Henry Clay, 317.
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  • The Cosmic Day, 317.
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  • John Tyler, 317-318.
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  • The Death of Mrs. Cartwright, 318.
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  • Henry Clay, 318.
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  • Shall Young Men Go To Vassar, 318.
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  • Uncle Esek's Wisdom, 318-319.
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  • Mrs. Piper, 319-320.
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  • Point d'Alencon, 320.
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  • Uncertain, 320.
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  • Whence these Tears, 320.
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  • Who Can Tell, 320-322.
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