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Browse items in The New England magazine. Volume 6, Issue 31, June-July 1887
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  • The New England magazine. / Volume 6, Issue 31, miscellaneous front pages, C-2.
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  • New England Educational Institutions. IX. Martha's Vineyard Summer Institute., 3-16.
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  • The Lilacs, 16-17.
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  • Conservatism in Terms of Measurement, 17-27.
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  • Sharkey, 27-33.
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  • Protecting Strength, 33-34.
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  • Moses Brown, 34-43.
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  • New England Educational Institutions. X. - Friends' Boarding School, Providence, 43-49.
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  • The Ancestral Ghost, 49-55.
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  • On Powow Hill, Amesbury, 55-56.
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  • Isms. VI. - Spiritualism, 56-63.
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  • Notable New England Women. III.- Anne Bradstreet, 63-71.
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  • Manufacturers of New England. II.- William Andrew Harris, 71-75.
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  • How the Cares Went. From the German of Gustave Parrins, 75-76.
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  • Enslaved and a Fugitive. A Quadroon's Experience in Ante-Bellum Days, 76-82.
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  • Editor's Table, 82-88.
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  • Historical Record, 88-89.
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  • Necrology, 89-93.
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  • The Webster Historical Society. The Labor Problem, 93-95.
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  • Literature and Art, 95-102.
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  • Books Received, 102.
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  • Index to Magazine Literature, 102-104.
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  • Publisher's Editorial Notes, 104-106.
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