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  • Old songs 
    Short, Charlotte Jane
    Introduction: There is always a feeling of sadness which clings to a volume of old songs. The limp and faded leaves, and the torn and ragged edges are filled with memories of other days. Even though we may prize the old ...
  • Kirkwood, Mildred I.
    Introduction: At the present time, physical training and the games of various sorts are attracting more general attention than at any previous time. This awakening of the people to the delights of this nature, together ...
  • Bridgman, Judd Noble
    Introduction: That a solution of the “Indian Question” whereby the Indian race may be questioned must come quickly few will question. That the Indian has received nothing but abuse and cruelty from the hands of the whites ...
  • Long, Olive A.
    Introduction: Among the traits which distinguish man from lower organized life that of conveying that by means of articulates speech stands foremost. Scientists cannot say with certainty that lower animals do not have an ...
  • Kellogg, Royal S.
    Introduction: “The quality of animal bodies rendering them susceptible to the influences of heaven and earth”—such were the extravagant and meaningless terms in which, one hundred and thirty years ago, Anton Mesmer defined ...
  • Adams, Emory Sherwood
    Introduction: Fabulous narrative, like almost every one of the arts of man, originated in the desire of rendering the great more vast, the rich more splendid, and the gay more beautiful. It removed, as it were, from the ...
  • Noyes, Fannie Gertrude
    Introduction: “ ‘ Tis to the pen and press we mortals owe all we believe and almost all we know. Printing has been defined as “the act, art or practice of impressing letters, characters, or figures on paper, cloth, or other ...
  • Wheeler, Mark
    Introduction: A knowledge of ornamental plants is desired by all. If we see a beautiful tree or a pretty flower, our first thought is, What is it? and our next action is to go to the plant, examine its foliage, smell of ...
  • Johnson, Christian Andrick
    Intoduction: “Ornamental Vines” is a subject alike for the landscape gardener, the owner of every home from the mansion to the humblest cottage, for the tiller of the soil of every kind and every wanderer through the woods, ...
  • Dial, F. V.
    Introduction: It is easy to understand the enthusiasm of ornithologists. The subjects of their study are found among the grandest and most beautiful scenes of nature. They pursue their investigations, not bending over the ...
  • Corlett, Christine Mossman
    Introduction: It is peculiarly appropriate at this season of our lives that we ask ourselves what commencement is. Probably not one of the many young people who have “fought the good fight, finished the course,” and stepped ...
  • Wright, Alfred Orin
    Introduction: In speaking of Spanish America I shall refer to Mexico, Central America and all of South America, notwithstanding there are places in this vast area which the Spaniards never firmly held and where the Spanish ...
  • Avery, Herman Willard
    Introduction: For years under oppression, held responsible to laws on whose making they had no voice, compelled to give support to institutions which violated conscience, prevented from doing what in their own minds they ...
  • Morse, Theodore Wattles
    Introduction: In our country the persons and institution through which the affairs of state are administered stand in close relation to the people. The expression “a government of the people” is more or less significant ...
  • Gilstrap, Harry Benson
    Introduction: Although the good men who framed the Constitution declared that a well-regulated militia was necessary to the security of a free state, and gave to Congress the power to organize, arm, and discipline the ...
  • Westgate, J.M.
    Introduction: Since panics are diseases of our monetary or circulatory system to understand them we must first observe at least the general structure of the giant mechanisms by which the business of the entire civilized ...
  • Frey, Mamie C.
    Introduction: In general we may say that a parasite is an animal which lives at the expense of another, but this would not include many species which are commonly considered as parasites and which, while dependant upon a ...
  • Castle, Clara Francelia
    Introduction: Man early shared the love of greater gain, which generated oppression and bondage. The question of liberty has been the thought and highest interest of the nations. Much study has been put upon the beginnings ...
  • Habiger, Francis Joseph
    Introduction: This subject was chosen for reasons confronting us at the present time of which at the close of a war, when impulse and emotion are subsided, conscious consideration may better be attained. The steps that we ...
  • Swingle, Miriam Esther
    Introduction: As man advances, his mind growing stronger, the limit of his mental powers widen, he recognizes that there will come a time when comparatively little can be done unless his body is developed proportionally ...

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