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Vol. LXV. No. 2 JUNE, 1904

THE

POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY

EDITED BY J. McKEEJV CATTELL

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��The Total Solar Eclipse of August 30, 1905. Professor W. W. Campbell 97

Copernicus. Dr. Edward S. Holden 109

On the Significance of Characteristic Curves of Composition. Dr. Robert E. Moritz 132

The Physiographic Control of the Chattanooga Campaigns of the Civil War. Frederick V. Emerson 148

The Value of the Teeth as a Means of Identification. Dr. Alton Howard Thompson 161

Immigration. Dr. Allan McLaughlin 164

The Royal Prussian Academy of Science and the Fine Arts. Edward F. Williams 170

The Progress of Science:

The New Buildings of Cambridge University ; Developments in the Respiration Calorimeter ; Thorium, Carolinium and Berzelium ; The Insect Enemies of Cotton ; Scientific Education in Schools ; Scientific Items . . 182

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