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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 46, Issue 4, Aug 1893
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  • Fez, the Mecca of the Moors, 483-503.
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  • Philips Brooks's Letters to Children, with Notes on his Home Life, 503-513.
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  • The Prince and Princess Achille Murat in Florida, 513-519.
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  • The Century Series of American Artists. Fox and Crows, 519-520.
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  • Cup Defenders Old and New, 520-533.
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  • The White Islander, 533-543.
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  • The Century Series of American Artists. "Little Nell", 543-544.
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  • Balcony Stories. One of Us, 544-547.
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  • Balcony Stories. The Little Convent Girl, 547-551.
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  • Breathing Movements as a Cure, 551-557.
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  • Farmer Eli's Vacation, 557-560.
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  • The Famine in Russia, 560-571.
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  • An Artist's Letters from Japan. Yokohama, Kamakura, 571-577.
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  • Contemporary Japanese Art, 577-582.
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  • A Swedish Etcher, 582-590.
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  • Mr. Jones's Experiment, 590-597.
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  • The Poet, 597-598.
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  • The Philosophers' Camp. Emerson, Agassiz, and Lowell in the Adirondacks, 598-606.
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  • A Sister of Saints, 606-611.
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  • Benefits Forgot, 611-624.
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  • Quatrains, 624-625.
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  • The Redemptioner, 625.
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  • At Niagara, 625-635.
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  • Foreign Control of Labor-Unions, 635.
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  • August, 635-636.
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  • Silver and the Debtor Class, 636-637.
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  • "The Century's" American Artists Series. Winslow Homer, 637-638.
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  • Business Politics, 638-639.
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  • "Napoleon's Deportation to Elba", 639-640.
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  • The Harbor-Mother, 640.
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  • How Hans Pickel Saw the Brooklyn Bridge, 640-642.
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