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  • Lawson, Lorin Wendell; Lupfer, James A.; Cassell, Robert Archer
    Introduction: In the whole field of machinery operation no subject is receiving so much attention today as that of driving by electric motors. It shall be our aim to treat, briefly, several classes of motors; but to show ...
  • Eggs 
    Ritchie, Florence Rebecca
    Introduction: In our study of biological subjects we have become familiar with cells of various shapes and sizes - both of animal and of vegetable organisms; but few, of us think of the egg of our common barnyard fowls as ...
  • Thompson, George Kirk
    Introduction: Scientists are generally agreed that there has been in each period of the world’s history, certain predominating features, which have eminently characterized each period from all others. The same general ...
  • Taylor, John Edwin
    Introduction: In later years the invention of the dynamo and motor led to their experimental use for this purpose. They proved to be satisfactory, with one serious exception, their efficiency was too low, there was too ...
  • Romick, Minnie Louisa
    Introduction: The word electricity is derived from the Greek word—electron, the name for, amber, which when rubbed with a dry wooden cloth, attracted light bodies of every kind, such as a small piece of paper, gold leaf, ...
  • Selby, Charles Baxter
    Introduction: In the world of animal organisms is found one of the most comprehensive studies with which mankind interests himself, and in which the supernatural work and wisdom of God is exemplified. No study affords more ...
  • Reynolds, Jessie A.
    Introduction: It is now generally conceded by our later and best grammarians that comparatively little so-called grammar should be taught below the high school; and I am sure that those of us who are struggling with the ...
  • Davies, David Thomas
    Introduction: While the system of ensilage has been practiced for centuries, it is true nevertheless that many are ignorant of the terms that must be used in discussing it. Ensilage is the name for the process of preserving ...
  • Phipps, William H.
    Introduction: Western civilization claims to surpass the old in free institutions, and in all that permits the fullest and truest development of all human possibilities into the most perfect results. Out of our educational ...
  • Edelblute, William H.
    Introduction: When Adam and Eve were placed in the garden, they were instructed to till it and keep it. Being subjected to the Divine law, they were deprived of their luxurious habitation upon the first betrayal of that ...
  • Esdon, Harriet Marie
    Introduction: In the Provisional Treaty made with Great Britain Nov. 30, 1782, the limits of the United States were first definitely laid down. Article 2 of this Treaty defines the boundary between the United States and ...
  • Logan, Daniel Andrew
    Introduction: The boundary line of a country is a matter of small significance when it happens to be land bordering on the water, but on such places on the land it is often the cause of constant irritation and disputes ...
  • Train, Doris M.
    Introduction: The House Comfortable, for which this thesis contains an itemized account of furnishings, contains seven rooms: kitchen, dining room, two bed rooms, sewing room, living room, parlor and a reception hall. The ...
  • Adams, Morrison Carpenter
    Introduction: Necessity of ethical principles to a true industry. A the present time the business of the world has developed to such an extent, its field has become so broad and its influence so powerful, that the principles ...
  • Correll, Willett Ramson
    Introduction: "Any section of men who nominate candidates of their own for presidency and vice-presidency of the United States, constitutes what is known as a political party”. There have been many political parties since ...
  • Hassebroek, Mamie Magdelene
    Introduction: Cookery is the most ancient and the most important of the arts. That one must eat to live is beyond question. As it is through food and drink that man derives the strength for his highest mental activities ...
  • Copeland, Minnie Laura
    Introduction: The dominating power of man is the will – A dual monarchy – an aristocracy: Realism and Idealism – Contrasting terms yet one often embodies the other – neither is complete without the other – no mind is totally ...
  • Riddell, John Dewitt
    Introduction: Since the pastoral state of the human race, man has understood the hereditary tendency that exists in the perpetuation of a variety, and with this law of nature to assist him the American has founded a breed ...
  • Smith, Emma Estella
    Introduction: The home – that great center of the universe, that inspiration point of thought and hope, that most vital of all institutions, is the oldest of them all. It is the oldest in purpose, in design, in need and ...
  • Harvey, James Madison
    Introduction: The present system of surveying the public lands of the United States was inaugurated by a committee appointed by the Continental Congress, and consisting of the following delegates: Thomas Jefferson, chairman, ...

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