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  • Webb, William Allen
    Introduction: Having lived for a number of years upon a southern Kansas wheat farm and observed the steady decrease in the productive power of the land, the writer has been interested in investigating practical methods by ...
  • Jones Jr., Isaac
    Introduction: In reviewing the progress of our country for the past century we are struck by the wonderful changes that have taken place along all lives. We see steam taking the place of horse hooves to be in turn replaced ...
  • Amos, Edgar McCall
    Introduction: In writing on the subject of “Making a Newspaper” from a psychological view, it will not be necessary to dwell upon the mechanical work of the print shop or the kinds of presses and machinery required to run ...
  • Nichols, Schuyler
    Introduction: The materials necessary to the construction are – 1. A glass specimen or test tube about three-fourths inch in diameter and three inches long; 2. A piece of platinum wire about two or three inches long; 3. A ...
  • Cudney, Everet William
    Introduction: No other phase of modern farming, unless it be the ever pressing problem of how to keep up the fertility of the soil, is receiving the attention that is given to the problem of conserving the soil moisture. ...
  • Wilder, Adelaide Frances
    Introduction: The student of General History who glances back over the past finds names which stand out in prominence, representing a host of mighty leaders in every department of life, statesmen, warriors, reformers, ...
  • Burtner, Eva Maggy
    Introduction: As meat is one of the most common as well as the most necessary articles of diet and is used all over our land by rich and poor, its very essential from an economical as well as a hygienic point of view, that ...
  • Meats 
    Cottrell, Jennie Pearl
    Introduction: Meat has been defined as the flesh of animals used for food. It is probably one or the oldest forms of food known to man. In his savage state it was his chief food together with the simple herbs of field and ...
  • Medicine 
    Orr, Harry Delphos
    Introduction: Why did medicine exist? It was born of human sympathy, it sprang from the heart of man and was an evidence of humanity. It survived because its purpose was an end much sought by all. Medicines came in response ...
  • King, Charles Percy
    Introduction: The Merchant of Venice opens with a street scene and the presentation of Antonio. He is a rich merchant, a man of peculiar characteristics. He is engaged in a vast commerce, which is constantly adding to his ...
  • Harner, Daisy Ina
    Introduction: In this thesis the pupil has first been considered, as to age, psychological conditions and previous educational advantages. There has been arranged an outline of a general course of study including twenty ...
  • McKee, Roland
    Introduction: A constitution is the framework of an organization; it is the vital organ on which its life depends, and having its origin with the members of that body, it is the principles laid down by them and which all ...
  • Smith, William Elmer
    Introduction: One of the marked and strongly stamped characteristics of man, is his constant and ungratifying desire for variation. Mortal beings are not content to use the same thing always; to travel in the same old ...
  • Schafer, Edwin George
    Introduction: Our common corn belongs to the tribe Mayadae, and is known botanically as Zea Mays. It has never been found in its wild state, but is generally beleived to be a native of tropical America. It was cultivated ...
  • Painter, Mary Kerilla
    Introduction: The ways of studying and the manner of teaching history are two of the most important questions that come before the teacher or student. On the way the matter is presented to the pupils depends their knowledge ...
  • Cooper, Allan Elizabeth
    Introduction: Most of our information concerning Michael Angelo has come through the biographies of him written by Condivi and Vasari. The most complete history of Michael Angelo, and his age, is that which was written by ...
  • Hoop, C.H.
    Introduction: Julius Caesar was born at Rome on the 4th of the Ides of Quintilis or July 12, 654. His father was C. Julius Caesar a Praetor who died suddenly at Pisa in 670 His mother was Aurelia descended from an illustrious ...
  • Montgomery, Charles Dudley
    Introduction: Possibly there is no other question now confronting our statesmen, that assumes such an unsolvable indetermined aspect, as that of “Expansion” and its effect on our military organization. The United States ...
  • Nichols, Harriet Grace
    Introduction: The idea of literary work of any kind is not usually associated with the popular conception of a military man, and probably with reason, for we find, upon investigation, that men in the army are not, as a ...
  • Milk 
    Allingham, Grace
    Introduction: The use of milk is general and not limited to any class or locality; it is regarded as a necessity by almost every family and because of this, we cannot glean too much information regarding it. This is doubly ...

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