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German Science Reader

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German Science Reader is written by Charles F. Kroeh. The aim of this Reader is not merely to afford the student a certain amount of experience in reading scientific German, but to attack the subject systematically. The selections are not chosen at random.

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Geological Observations on South America

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Geological Observations on South America is written by Charles Darwin. Although in some respects more technical in their subjects and style than Darwin's "Journal," the books here reprinted will never lose their value and interest for the originality of the observations they contain.

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Geological Observations of Volcanic Islands

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Geological Observations of Volcanic Islands is written by Charles Darwin. Although in some respects more technical in their subjects and style than Darwin's "Journal," the books here reprinted will never lose their value and interest for the originality of the observations they contain.

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A Full Description of the Great Tornado

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A Full Description of the Great Tornado is written by Richard Darlington. The unprecedented destruction of the tornado which passed through the western part of our county on the first of July last, created in the minds of many a desire to have a full account of the movement, conduct, and origin of the storm cloud, together with such scientific explanation as would throw some light upon this remarkable phenomenon.

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Food Poisoning

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Food Poisoning is written by Edwin Oakes Jordan. Although most attacks of food poisoning are usually of a slight and apparently temporary nature, it does not follow that they are to be considered negligible or of trivial importance from the standpoint of public health.

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Fathers of Biology

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Fathers of Biology is written by Charles McRae. There is often among students of anatomy and physiology a tendency to imagine that the facts with which they are now being made familiar have all been established by recent observation and experiment.

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Evolution

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Evolution is written by Frank B. Jevons. The object of this volume is to raise the question: if we accept the Theory of Evolution as true in science, how should it modify the thought and action of a man who wishes to do his best in this world? The question is necessary because we find that different and inconsistent conclusions on the point have been reached by men speaking in the name of science and speaking with authority.

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Elements of Agricultural Chemistry

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Elements of Agricultural Chemistry is written by Thomas Anderson. The object of the present work is to offer to the farmer a concise outline of the general principles of Agricultural Chemistry. It has no pretensions to be considered a complete treatise on the subject.

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The Earliest Electromagnetic Instruments

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The Earliest Electromagnetic Instruments is written by Robert A. Chipman. The history of the early stages of electromagnetic instrumentation is traced here through the men who devised the theories and constructed the instruments.

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Description of a New Vespertilionine Bat

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Description of a New Vespertilionine Bat is written by Joel Asaph Allen. In a small collection of mammals recently sent by Dr. G.F. Gaumer from Izamal, Yucatan, to this Museum for identification, is a single specimen of a species of Adelonycteris, which appears to be undescribed.

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