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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 34, Issue 4, Aug 1887
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  • Snubbin' Through Jersey, 483-497.
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  • The Hundredth Man, 497-508.
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  • Sunken Graves, 508-509.
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  • Abraham Lincoln: A History. Lincoln's Cooper Institute Speech, 509-534.
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  • Is It a Piece of a Comet, 534-539.
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  • I Shall Find Rest, 539.
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  • Virgo, 539-540.
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  • Azalia, 540-554.
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  • Nothin' to Say, 554-555.
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  • Our Kivigtok, an Episode of the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition, 555-566.
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  • Notes of a Professional Exile, 566-568.
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  • Low Prices, High Wages, Small Profits; What Makes Them?, 568-585.
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  • Opposing Sherman's Advance to Atlanta, 585-597.
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  • Hood's Invasion of Tennessee, 597-617.
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  • General Donaldson's Fortunate Mistake, 617.
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  • The Cause of a Silent Battle, 617.
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  • General Grant on the Terms at Vicksburg, 617-618.
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  • Colonel Mosby, a Reply, 618-619.
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  • The Songs of the War, 619-629.
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  • The Songs of the War. With Notes on the Battle-Hymn of the Republic, 629-630.
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  • An Urgent Measure of National Defense, 630-631.
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  • The Niagara Reservation, 631-633.
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  • Education of the Blind. No. I. As Children, 633-636.
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  • Ministerial Bureaux, 636-637.
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  • Landscape-Gardening, 637-638.
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  • Untangling the Family Yarn, 638-640.
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  • The Hundredth Man, 640.
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  • In the Cafe, 640.
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