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The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0045, Issue 3 Jan 1893: The Century

By The Century Company

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Title: The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0045, Issue 3 Jan 1893: The Century  
Author: The Century Company
Volume: Volume 0045
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Classical
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, The Century; A Popular Quarterly Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1893
Publisher: The Century Company

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Company, T. C. (1893). The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0045, Issue 3 Jan 1893. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Description: The Century Magazine was first published in the United States in 1881 by The Century Company of New York City as a successor to Scribner's Monthly Magazine.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Balcony Stories. La Grande Demoiselle Grace King, pp. 323-327 -- The Great Wall of China Romyn Hitchcock, pp. 327-332 -- A Ride to the Great Wall of China N. B. Dennys, pp. 332-338 -- The Million Pound Bank Note Mark Twain, pp. 338-347 -- The Reward of the Unrighteous George Grantham Bain, pp. 347 -- The Lights o' London Louise Imogen Guiney, pp. 347-361 -- Crusty Christopher Henry A. Beers, pp. 361 -- John Wilson Henry A. Beers, pp. 361-363 -- Whittier Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, pp. 363-369 -- The Kindergarten Movement Talcott Williams, pp. 369-379 -- The Child-Garden Richard Watson Gilder, pp. 379-380 -- The Story of Jean Francois Millet's Younger Life Pierre Millet, pp. 380-386 -- An Illustrator of Dickens Arthur Allchin, pp. 386-394 -- A Bridal Measure Thomas Bailey Aldrich, pp. 394-395 -- The Cosmopolis City Club Washington Gladden, pp. 395-407 -- Benefits Forgot Wolcott Balestier, pp. 407-414 -- To Gipsyland Elizabeth Robins Pennell, pp. 414-425 -- Sherman - Letters of Two Brothers: Passages from the Correspondence of General and Senator Sherman William Tecumseh Sherman, John Sherman, pp. 425-441 -- Personal Studies of Indian Life Alice C. Fletcher, pp. 441-456 -- Sweet Bells Out of Tune Mrs. Burton Harrison, pp. 456-466 -- Lethe Louise Chandler Moulton, pp. 466 -- New Day Charles Washington Coleman, pp. 466-467 -- The Century Series of Pictures by American Artists. The Mother Alice D. Kellogg, pp. 467-468 -- Notable Women: Dorothea Dix Mary S. Robinson, pp. 468-472 -- The Proposed Recession of the Yosemite Valley Editorial, pp. 472-473 -- Columbian Exposition: New York and the World's Fair Editorial, pp. 473-474 -- Finance, Legal tenders and Bimetallism Editorial, pp. 474-475 -- The Kindergarten Movement: The Kindergarten not a Fad Editorial, pp. 475 -- The Kindergarten Movement: The Kindergarten in a Nutshell W. T. Harris, pp. 475-476 -- The Kindergarten Movement: The Possibilities of a Kindergarten Angeline Brooks, pp. 476 -- The Kindergarten Movement: The Philanthropic Side of Kindergarten Work Mary Katharine Young, pp. 476-477 -- Columbian Exposition: The Eye and Ear at Chicago Daniel C. Gilman, pp. 477-478 -- An Unconscious Diplomat Alice Turner, pp. 478-482

 

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