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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 35, Issue 6, miscellaneous front pages, 813-814.
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  • From Dan to Beersheba, 815-833.
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  • Motherhood, 833-834.
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  • The Graysons: A Story of Illinois, 834-845.
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  • Bird Music, the Bluebird and the Robin, 845-849.
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  • Ranch Life in the Far West. The Round-Up, 849.
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  • The Realm of Reverie, 849-868.
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  • Robert Louis Stevenson, 868-879.
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  • Surprises, 879-880.
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  • The Russian Penal Code, 880-886.
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  • A Song of Life, 886-887.
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  • Thefts of the Morning, 887-888.
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  • The Works of Elisha Mulford, 888-896.
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  • Marse Phil, 896-898.
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  • Abraham Lincoln: A History. The National Uprising, 898-922.
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  • Love's Imagining, 922-923.
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  • To Carmen Sylva, 923.
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  • The Last Poem of Emma Lazarus, 923-924.
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  • The American Inventors of the Telegraph, 924-944.
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  • The Struggle, 944-945.
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  • Two Lucky Gentlemen of the Old School, 945-958.
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  • The Opening of the Atlanta Campaign, 958-960.
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  • Kershaw's Brigade at Fredericksburg, 960-961.
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  • The Last Victim of the War, 961-962.
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  • Letter on the Chancellorsville Campaign, 962.
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  • Strength of the Confederate Army at Chickamauga, 962.
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  • The Grand Strategy of the War of the Rebellion, 962-963.
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  • Shall Fortunes be Limited by Law, 963-964.
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  • President or King?, 964-965.
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  • Postal Savings Banks, 965-967.
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  • The Department of State and the Diplomatic Service, 967.
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  • George Kennan's Siberian Papers, 967-968.
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  • An American Diplomacy, 968.
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  • Moral Teaching in Our Schools, 968-970.
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  • The "Ach" School of Architecture, 970.
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  • Christian Union, 970-971.
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  • Love's Dilemma, 971.
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  • The Postman, St. Valentine's Day, 971-972.
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  • Compensation, 972.
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  • In Bondage, 972.
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  • My Songs, 972.
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  • Stevenson's "Underwoods", 972.
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  • To a Fir Balm Cushion, 972.
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  • Words, Words, Words, 972.
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