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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Scribners monthly, an illustrated magazine for the people. Volume 13, Issue 3, January 1877
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  • Day Dreams, 289-291.
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  • Norway and the Norsemen, 291-305.
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  • That Lass o' Lowrie's, 305-312.
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  • To Miss D., in her Album, 312-313.
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  • Pan, 313-314.
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  • Concerning Cheapness, 314-317.
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  • The Last Pine, 317-318.
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  • Beds and Tables, Stools and Candlesticks, 318-329.
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  • Hours with the Microscope: Liverworts and Ferns, 329-336.
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  • John Burroughs, 336-342.
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  • Ghosts, 342-348.
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  • Co-operative Societies in England: The English Workingman's Home, 348-359.
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  • Papa Hoorn's Tulip, 359-367.
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  • At the Window. After the Bohemian of Picek, 367-368.
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  • A Winter on the Nile, 368-383.
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  • A Dream, 383-384.
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  • Nicholas Minturn, 384-399.
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  • My Friend Moses, 399-404.
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  • What our Churches Cost Us, 404-413.
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  • Emmanuel, 413-414.
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  • Topics of the Time, 414-417.
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  • The Old Cabinet, 417-419.
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  • Home and Society, 419-422.
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  • Culture and Progress, 422-427.
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  • The World's Work, 427-430.
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  • Bric-a-Brac, 430-432.
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