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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Scribners monthly, an illustrated magazine for the people. Volume 19, Issue 1, November 1879
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  • Scribners monthly, an illustrated magazine for the people. / Volume 19, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, C-xii.
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  • The French Quarter of New York, 1-9.
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  • Success with Small Fruits, 9-17.
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  • The Michigan Grayling, 17-23.
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  • In Confidence, 23-24.
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  • Mr. Morris Moore and His Old Masters, 24-34.
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  • Galatea, 34.
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  • Rare Lawn-Trees, 34-46.
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  • The Mississippi Jetties, 46-57.
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  • Extracts from the Journal of Henry J. Raymond. Edited by his Son, 57-61.
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  • The Agricultural Distress in Great Britain, 61-65.
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  • Confidence, 65-81.
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  • Bayard Taylor: His Poetry and Literary Career, 81-90.
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  • How Animals Get Home, 90-96.
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  • For a Translation of Theocritus, 96-97.
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  • The Grandissimes, 97-110.
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  • A Sigh, 110-119.
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  • Whip-Poor-Will, 119.
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  • The Stars, 119-120.
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  • Ilka on the Hill-Top, 120-131.
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  • Sonnets in Memoriam of the Late Prince Imperial, 131-132.
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  • Picturesque Features of Kansas Farming, 132-140.
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  • Ode to Drowsiness, 140-142.
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  • Topics of the Time, 142-144.
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  • Communications, 144-145.
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  • Home and Society, 145-149.
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  • Culture and Progress, 149-155.
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  • The World's Work, 155-157.
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  • Bric-A-Brac, 157-160.
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