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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New England magazine. Volume 13, Issue 4, December 1892
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  • The Builders of the Cathedrals, 411-430.
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  • One of a Thousand, 430-440.
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  • In Lighter Vein, 440-441.
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  • The Republic of Peru, 441-465.
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  • Bird's-Eye View of Sahara, 465-471.
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  • Religion, Can It Be Taught in the Schools?, 471-476.
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  • A Twilight Song, 476-477.
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  • Music in Chicago, 477-494.
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  • Spur of Circumstance. A Story, 494-500.
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  • November, 500.
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  • A Thought of Whittier, 500-501.
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  • Civil Government, How it is Taught in a New England High School, 501-507.
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  • Whittier's First Printed Poems, 507.
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  • The Tricks of Fate, 507-510.
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  • The Three Silences, 510-511.
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  • Wapentake. To Tennyson, 511-512.
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  • Tennyson's Acknowledgment of Wapentake, 512-514.
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  • Outlook for Sculpture in America, 514-531.
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  • Pretty Miss Barneveld. A Story, 531-538.
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  • A Refrain, 538-539.
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  • Editor's Table, 539-544.
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  • All for a Man, 544.
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  • Unsinged, 544-546.
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