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  • Fox, Philip
    Introduction: A history of mathematics is instructive to the student. It shows him the paths in which mathematicians have gone to accomplish their results; it shows him the things which have made openings for great progress, ...
  • Haney, John George
    Introduction: All hog raisers who are abreast of the times know that there has been a very great change during the past few years in the class of hogs demanded by the market. This change has not come without cause, nor has ...
  • Hutchings, Charles Ross
    Introduction: The demand for a water-meter to measure accurately very low velocities of flow has not as yet been met satisfactorily. The occasion for measuring the flow in the hot-water healing system used in the college ...
  • Broom, Byron
    Introduction: The general order and sequence of arrangement of these subjects and the, exercises involved in each is of fundamental importance in the selection of manual training courses. It is the purpose of this treatise, ...
  • Chandler, Clarence Asa
    Introduction: The act of Congress, which gave land to each state for the endowment, support and maintenance of a school where the leading object should be to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture ...
  • Bayles, Julia Susanna
    Introduction: There should exist a definite relation between the work of a housekeeper and that of the architect. In planning the house the architect should consider the work that is to be done, and so arrange and adjust ...
  • Calvin, John Willard
    Introduction: In the experiments reported below an effort was made to determine substances such as ferrous iron, nitrites, etc., that reduce hydrogen peroxide quantitatively, by titrating them directly against a standard ...
  • Otis, Daniel Henry
    Introduction: We of today look back with pride to the time our forefathers established a republic that should be the boast of the nineteenth century. We point with a spirit of reverence to those heroes who in the time of ...
  • Hulett, Guy Dudley
    Introduction: It is a significant fact in history that all philosophies relating to natural phenomena, all movements for reform, all evolutions into a higher plane and a larger life, trace their inception to the minds of ...
  • Gilbert, Eva May (Rickman)
    Introduction: The art of gardening is eminently one of the finest of arts for by skillful application of the principles here set forth we may form tasty and impressive pictures from those plants and trees which otherwise, ...
  • Curtis, Edwin McMaster Stanton
    Introduction: As the world grows older, and its inhabitants wiser, the value of knowledge that is practical is more and more appreciated. In our advanced civilization, where a vast majority of the world’s artisans receive ...
  • Keen, Letta Birdilla
    Introduction: “As the guardian angel is said to follow us through life, so music seems to be ever with us in our journey from the cradle to the grave.” She sings beside our cradle, she kneels before the door of our tomb. ...
  • Mather, Myrtle
    Introduction: We read in Holy Writ of the busy woman, and to judge from Solomon’s description not even the most up-to-date club woman of today has more to do than that “virtuous woman” whom he describes. One who worked ...
  • Morton, Caroline
    Introduction: The expenditure of some real thought and interest in the planning and furnishing of our middle-class homes would give greater returns in real livableness than can be estimated. If we would but strive for ...
  • Perry, Clara Jeanette
    Introduction: The three staple articles of manufacture that are most essential to modern civilization, it is said, are food, clothing and paper. If this estimate of the importance of the paper industry is a correct one, ...
  • Davis, Kary Cadmus
    Introduction: In discussing an economic question, which, like the one named in the above title, suggests a radical change to be made in the affairs of civil government, it is of special importance to know that there are ...
  • Correll, Charles McClain
    Introduction: The most universal and fundamental instinct of the human race is the instinct of worship. Every being who possesses that power which distinguishes man from beast, viz. the power to think and reason, as soon ...
  • Edworthy, Arthie Aileen
    Introduction: Although the problem of proper nutrition has always been of great importance, the scientific study of this subject is comparatively recent. The first food analysis was made in England in 1795. Since that time ...
  • Stanfield, William Wesley
    Introduction: A complete study of leguminosae bacteria would involve the consideration of many questions beyond the present ability of the writer while at the same time the briefest discussion of the points thus brought ...
  • Cook, Jessie Leona (Travis)
    Introduction: The original meaning of religion is that of “binding fast the human mind to a sense of the obligation which it owes to supernatural powers.” We find in the primitive history of all nations a religion, that ...

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