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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 40, Issue 6, Oct 1890
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  • Out-of-the-Ways in High Savoy, 803-814.
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  • The Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson, 814-837.
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  • Why Patronage in Offices is Un-American, 837-844.
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  • Friend Olivia, 844-858.
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  • Astronomy, 858-866.
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  • An Artist's Letters from Japan, 866-878.
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  • The Women of the French Salons, 878-891.
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  • The Rose of Dawn, 891-892.
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  • How Jerry Bought Malviny, 892-896.
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  • Prehistoric Cave-Dwellings, 896-911.
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  • In Dark New England Days, 911-920.
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  • The Empty Hour, 920-921.
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  • Woman in American Literature, 921-930.
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  • Elf-Shot, 930-931.
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  • A Hard Road to Travel out of Dixie, 931-950.
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  • Partisan Recognition of the Independent Voter, 950-953.
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  • A Test of Good Citizenship, 953.
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  • The Merit System in the Fifty-First Congress, 953-954.
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  • The Merit System, 954-956.
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  • Vivisection, Does it Help?, 956-958.
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  • An Anecdote of Sheridan, 958-959.
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  • McClellan's Candidacy with the Army, 959.
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  • To My Lost Luray, 959-960.
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  • Mammy's Churning Song, 960-A013.
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  • The Century / Volume 40, miscellaneous back pages, A013-C102.
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