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An Introduction to the Study of Society
(1894) by Albion W. Small and George E. Vincent -
The Social Mind and Education
(1897) by George E. Vincent -
The University of Chicago
by George E. Vincent, pp. 839-851 -
August 2, 1902
The New Basis of Civilization, by Simon Nelson Patten
--- by George E. Vincent,, pp. 741-743 -
The New Basis of Civilization
by Simon Nelson Patten
Political Science Quarterly
The National Memory
(1913) by George Edgar Vincent -
Imagination in College
George E. Vincent
, p. 291 -
March 19, 1914
"The Rivalry of Social Groups"
by George E. Vincent, pp. 605-609 -
Introduction to the Science of Sociology
(1921) by Robert E. Park and Ernest W. Burgess
The Passing of the Country Doctor
by George E. Vincent, pp. 300-306 -
The Doctor and the Changing Order
by George E. Vincent, pp. 409-411 -
January 1, 1926
by George E. Vincent, pp. 1-9 -
Forum Medical Series, I
Saving the Babies
by Dr. George E. Vincent, pp. 200-213 -
The North American Review
Community Chests: A Special Section
Putting an Ideal to Work
by George E. Vincent,, p. 133 -
November 1, 1927
Hops and Hospitals
by George E. Vincent, p. 461 -
January 15, 1930
"China's Rise, America's Fall"
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