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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 38, Issue 2, June 1889
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  • Siberia and the Exile System. The Convict Mines of Kara, 163-180.
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  • The Last Assembly Ball, 180-189.
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  • The Bloodhound, 189-198.
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  • Ireland. Early Heroes of Ireland, 198-209.
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  • The Woman in the Case, 209-217.
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  • Certain Forms of Woman's Work for Woman, 217-229.
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  • Italian Old Masters. Spinello, 229-234.
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  • Bird Music, 234-235.
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  • Decoration Day, 235-236.
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  • The Relations of the United States and Canada. A Canadian View, 236-244.
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  • King Solomon of Kentucky, 244-255.
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  • Corot, 255-271.
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  • General Robert E. Lee after the War, 271-277.
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  • Can the Emperor Forget?, 277-278.
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  • Abraham Lincoln: A History. The Pomeroy Circular, 278-283.
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  • Abraham Lincoln: A History. The Cleveland Convention, 283-290.
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  • Abraham Lincoln: A History. The Resignation of Chase, 290-298.
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  • Pictures of the Far West. The Irrigating Ditch, 298.
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  • The Water-Seeker, 298-300.
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  • An American Amateur Astronomer, 300-308.
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  • The Canal at Island No. 10, 308.
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  • An Early Suggestion to Arm Negroes for the Confederacy, 308-309.
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  • Strength of the Confederate Army at Gettysburg, 309-310.
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  • John Bright, 310.
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  • A Question of Command at Franklin, 310.
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  • Stonewall Jackson's Intentions at Harper's Ferry, 310-311.
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  • The New States, 311-312.
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  • How to Preserve the Forests, 312-313.
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  • The Dark Continent, 313-314.
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  • American Literature, 314-317.
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  • Buchanan, Lincoln, and Duff Green, 317-318.
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  • Sea-Coast and Lake Defenses, 318-319.
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  • "The Place Called Calvary", 319.
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  • Reflections, 319.
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  • A Villanelle, 319-320.
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  • A L'Empire, 320.
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  • A May Idyl, 320.
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  • My Muse, 320.
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  • Neighbors, 320.
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  • Shortest and Longest, 320-322.
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