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  • Harris, Lola May
    Introduction: The discovery of bacteria opened a large and original work. One of attractive field for its most interesting features is that: new and intimate relations are constantly being found between the minute plant ...
  • McAninch, O. M.
    Introduction: Quarantine may be defined as the methods and measures imposed by a government-local-state or national-to prevent the introduction of infectious disease into a country or from one locality to another. The term ...
  • Brenner, Flora Edna
    Introduction: English is not a language derived from any single source. Only intracing its development, however, do we come to realize the vast number of elements that enter into its formation. Almost every written or ...
  • Harman, John Bright
    Introduction: The greatest question that imprints the practical stock feeder of today is what must he feed his stock in order that they may make the greatest possible gain at the least possible cost. Kansas annually sends ...
  • Hastings, Milo M.
    Introduction: The determination of the best diet for man has been attempted by analogous reasoning from the diets of lower animals, but for reasons clear to a biologist such conclusions avail nothing. Likewise the attempt ...
  • Smith, Marietta
    Introduction: We are ever told that “truth is stranger than fiction”, ad as we come to realize the truths of life we believe the saying more and more firmly. If primitive man, who attempted to explain the phenomena of life ...
  • Ingraham, Irene
    Introduction: Reconstruction embraces the political problem of restoring the seceeded states to their normal relations with the Union after the suppression of armed resistance to the Laws and to the Constitution. From the ...
  • Campbell, Stella; McNutt, Cora E.
    Introduction: The following experiments were conducted between November 30th, 1905 and April 4th, 1906, for the purpose of ascertaining the amount of materials used, their composition, cost, fuel value expressed in calories, ...
  • Fielding Jr., George T
    Introduction: The business of electric lighting and power distribution from central stations has grown to such a volume that millions of dollars change hands yearly in the transaction of that business. The commodity exchanged ...
  • Farley, Guy Francis
    Introduction: Man is a dependent being. As far back as we can find any history, authentic on traditional, there is embodied in him a religious or superstitious feeling of love, fear, and worship for some supreme, material ...
  • Houghman, Sarah C.
    Introduction: America's total contribution to the world's literature when compared with that of many other nations, is both inferior in quality, and insignificant in amount. If American literature should claim our attention ...
  • Coe, Maude Mildred
    Introduction: The scientific study of bacteria may be said to have originated as early as the latter part of the seventeenth century but until recent years the progress in this branch of science has been exceedingly limited ...
  • Davis, Tomas Clarke
    Introduction: Of the present graduating class only ten percent intend to follow farming as a means of obtaining a living. The old question which is never fully answered, is, why do not more of the educated class follow ...
  • Gasser, George W.
    Introduciton: Whatever conclusion educators, and those who are being educated, may have reached, or lack of conclusion, this fact remains patent; fraternities have entered so vitally and so universally into the educational ...
  • Tulloss, William Guy
    Introduction: Toward some unseen goal man’s ingenuity is ever leading him. Progress is the universal derive to the race. Nations and men eagerly grasp every means of advancement. Wonderful are the faculties of man but more ...
  • Palmer, Elva Luthera
    Introduction: In comparing or contrasting any two objects, we must first know the exact conditions of both and then proceed from the general to the more minute. So in comparing or contrasting the subjects of Mythology and ...
  • McCrone, Edwin William
    Introduction: The anatomy of birds is a study much neglected by veterinarians. It is, however, a subject worthy of more study than is usually devoted to it. It has, in fact, been so much neglected that a really good treatise ...
  • Fay, Scott Stuart
    Introduction: The fuel value of coals, while it is a subject that hitherto has attracted but little attention, is one that the engineers of today are beginning to consider seriously; but it is not only these thoughtful ...
  • Nygard, Jens
    Introduction: AIM AND OBJECT. The importance of coal as fuel in the factory, railroad, and home warrants the expending of time and effort in securing information that will give it a more intelligent use, and its consumer ...
  • Green, Ned M.
    Introduction: The theory of evolution, which at present is the only scientific way of accounting for the various phenomena of nature, is itself one of the products of evolution. It explains its own existence and that of ...

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