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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 1, Issue 1, January 1862
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  • Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. / Volume 1, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-vi.
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  • The Situation, 1-6.
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  • Is Progress a Truth?, 6-11.
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  • The Edwards Family, 11-16.
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  • Sonnet, 16-17.
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  • The Green-Corn Dance, 17-29.
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  • Rosin the Bow. A Fantasia, 29-32.
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  • The Graveyard at Princeton, 32-35.
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  • Among the Pines, 35-46.
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  • The Lesson of War, 46-49.
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  • Ralph Waldo Emerson, 49-63.
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  • Sphinx and Oedipus, 63-64.
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  • The Actress Wife, 64-76.
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  • A Song of Freedom, 76-78.
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  • Across the Continent, 78-84.
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  • What to Do with the Darkies. A New and Original Plan for Saving the Union on Southern Principles, 84-86.
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  • The Slave-Trade in New York, 86-91.
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  • The Rejected Stone: or, Insurrection vs. Resurrection. By a Native of Virginia, 91-92.
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  • The Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount of St. Albans and Lord High Chancellor of England. Collected and edited by James Spedding, M.A., 92-93.
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  • The Old Log Schoolhouse. By Alexander Clark, 93.
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  • Songs in Many Keys. By Oliver Wendell Holmes, 93-94.
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  • Books Received, 94-95.
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  • Editor's Table, 95-112B.
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