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From India to South Africa
by Mark Twain, pp. 3-17 -
The Diary of a Voyage
The Government Collection of Civil War Photographs
by Gen. A.W. Greely, pp. 18-19 -
Reminiscences of Men and Events of the Civil War, I
by Charles A. Dana, pp. 20-31 -
From the "Tribute" to the War Department
by Rosalie M. Jonas, p. 32 -
by Robert Louis Stevenson, pp. 33-44 -
A Novel, Conclusion
A Modern Miracle
by H.G. Prout, pp. 45-46 -
An Unjust Accusation
by Robert Barr, pp. 47-53 -
Sweethearts and Wives
by Anna A. Rogers, pp. 54-59 -
A Twentieth Century Woman
by Ella Higginson, pp. 60-66 -
A French Critic's Impressions of America
by Ferdinand Brunetiere, pp. 67-74 -
New York and Baltimore---American Universities---American Characteristics
Edison's Revolution in Iron Mining
by Theodore Waters, pp. 75-92 -
A New and Colossal Application of Electricity
by Walt Whitman, p. 93 -
by Miss Lilie O'Ryan and J. Harrison Mills, pp. 94-95 -
by Arthur Hugh Clough and William E. Henley, pp. 96-98 -
by Corwin Knapp Linson, -
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