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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 41, Issue 5, Mar 1891
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  • General Crook in the Indian Country, 643-661.
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  • The Faith Doctor, 661-673.
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  • The Century Club, 673-690.
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  • Australian Cities, 690-696.
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  • Aux Invalides, 696.
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  • Moonlight, 696-697.
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  • The Memoirs of Talleyrand. With an Introduction, 697-705.
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  • Experiences of War Prisoners. Plain Living at Johnson's Island, 705-718.
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  • A Mystery of the Sea, 718-720.
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  • An American in Tibet. Through Eastern Tibet and Central China, 720-730.
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  • The Utopian Pointer, 730-732.
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  • Give Me Not Tears, 732-733.
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  • Colonel Carter of Cartersville, 733-739.
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  • Penhallow, 739-759.
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  • Gold Hunters of California. Resume of Fremont's Expedition, 759-766.
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  • Gold Hunters of California. The Origin of the Fremont Explorations, 766-771.
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  • Gold Hunters of California. Rough Times in Rough Places, 771-780.
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  • Gold Hunters of California. Montgomery and Fremont, 780-783.
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  • Gold Hunters of California. Three Gold Dust Stories, 783-788.
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  • The People and Finance, 788-789.
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  • Unorganized Municipal Reform, 789-790.
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  • Unregarded Literary Standards, 790-791.
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  • George W. Childs, 791.
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  • Walter Howe, 791-792.
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  • H. C. Lodge on Civil Service Reform, 792-793.
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  • Rejoinder to: H. C. Lodge on Civil Service Reform, 793.
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  • The Women Who Do the Work, 793.
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  • Working Girls' Clubs, 793-794.
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  • Two Monuments, 794-795.
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  • What of the Desert, 795-797.
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  • Two Interviews with Robert E. Lee, 797-798.
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  • Madame de Remusat on Talleyrand and Bonaparte, 798.
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  • Talleyrand and Washington, 798-799.
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  • Reflections, 799.
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  • I Kilt Er Cat, 799.
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  • The Looked-For Man, 799.
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  • The Poet Undone, 799.
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  • To Her Quill Pen, 799-800.
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  • Hans's Hundred Dollars, 800.
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  • The Smoker in a Tunnel, 800.
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  • The White, White Rose, 800-802.
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