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The Atlantic Monthly
The Atlantic (formerly known as The Atlantic Monthly) is an American magazine founded in Boston in 1857.
Excerpted from The Atlantic Monthly on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
1857 Edition of The Atlantic Monthly

Volumes[edit]

Volumes issued after 1923 may not be in the public domain.


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Date Title Author
1862-02-01February, 1862 Battle Hymn of the Republic Julia Ward Howe
1863-10-01October, 1863 Life Without Principle Henry David Thoreau
1867-08-00December, 1866 A Friend Unattributed
1867-08-00December, 1866 Autumn Song Unattributed
1867-08-00December, 1866 The Fall of Austria Unattributed
1867-08-00December, 1866 My Garden Unattributed
1867-08-00December, 1866 Hospital Memories Unattributed
1867-08-00December, 1866 Borneo and Rajah Brooke Unattributed
1895-05-00December, 1866 Through Broadway Unattributed
1895-05-00December, 1866 Reconstruction Unattributed
1884-04-00April, 1884 The Red Sunsets N. S. Shaler
1895-05-00May, 1895 Mars. I. Atmosphere Percival Lowell
1915-08-00August, 1915 War and Non-Resistance Bertrand Russell
1921-00-001921 Merry Christmas from Boston Frances Lester Warner


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