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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New England magazine. Volume 8, Issue 4, June 1890
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  • Columbia College, 363-380.
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  • Decoration Day Thoughts, 380-385.
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  • Stories of the Fugitive Slaves. III. Sims, 385.
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  • An Old Battle-Field, 385-388.
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  • The Prairie Farmer, 388-389.
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  • The Great Dorr War, 389-402.
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  • The Home of Lydia Maria Child, 402-414.
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  • A Woman of Shawmut, 414-425.
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  • The Early Home of Henry W. Grady, 425-436.
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  • Why I Married Eleanor, 436-448.
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  • Brothers, 448.
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  • Doubt, 448-449.
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  • Is Agriculture Declining in New England?, 449-452.
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  • Tree Culture, 452-453.
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  • From June to June, 453-454.
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  • Oklahoma and the Indian Territory, 454-457.
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  • The Arrer An' Heart, 457-460.
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  • Tarry at Home Travel, 460-465.
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  • How John Endicott Cut the Red Cross from the Flag, 465-469.
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  • Some Facts Concerning State Aid to Higher Education in New England, 469-475.
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  • The Editors' Table, 475-481.
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  • Joseph Hopkinson, The Author of Hail Columbia, 481-482.
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