Popular Science Monthly/Volume 39

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Popular Science Monthly  (1891) 
Volume 39
 
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May 1891

New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: Miracles and Medicine I 1
Ice-Making and Machine Refrigeration 19
Fortifying Against Disease 30
Some Games of the Zuni 39
An Experiment in Moral Training 50
Professor Huxley on the War-Path II 56
My Garden on an Onion 72
Evolution of Patent Medicine 76
The French Institute 83
The Mexican Messiah 95
The Education of Children 106
Sketch of Niels H. C. Hoffmeyer 115
Correspondence 121
Editor's Table 122
Literary Notices 126
Publications Received 136
Popular Miscellany 137
Notes 143
Obituary Notes 144

June 1891

New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: Miracles and Medicine II 145
Our Grandfathers Died Too Young 167
The Development of American Industries Since Columbus: Wool Industry I 176
Questions Concerning the Minor Planets 195
The Natchez Indians 201
Survivals from Marriage by Capture 207
The Characteristics of Insects 223
The Pearl of Practice 238
The Future of the Dry Land 246
The Music of the Birds 250
Sketch of Nicolaus Copernicus 256
Correspondence 262
Editor's Table 263
Literary Notices 266
Publications Received 273
Popular Miscellany 274
Notes 286
Obituary Notes 288

July 1891

The Development of American Industries Since Columbus: Wool Industry II 289
Man and the Glacial Period 314
Sanitary Improvement in New York During the Last Quarter of a Century 319
Deportment of Savage Negroes 330
Pollen: Its Development and Use 337
The Meteoritic Hypothesis 344
Our Agricultural Experiment Stations 348
A Coming Solution of the Currency Question 358
Scientific Dreams of the Past 362
The Colors of Letters 367
Animal and Plant Lore IV 373
Hoffding's Outlines of Psychology 382
The Quianganes of Luzon 388
On the Wings of the Wind 393
Sketch of George Catlin 402
Editor's Table 410
Literary Notices 412
Publications Received 421
Popular Miscellany 423
Notes 430
Obituary Notes 432

August 1891

New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: From Fetich to Hygiene I 433
The Value of Statistics 445
The Development of American Industries Since Columbus: Wool Industry III 454
Hypocrisy as a Social Debaser 475
The Practical Outcome of Science 479
Dress and Adornment I 488
Professor Huxley and the Swine-Miracle 502
Illustrations of Mr Gladstone's Controversial Method 522
Head-Flattening as Seen Among the Navajo Indians 535
The Relations of Abstract Research to Practical Invention 540
Ginseng in Commerce 546
Sketch of Friedrich W. A. Argelander 549
Editor's Table 556
Literary Notices 558
Publications Received 566
Popular Miscellany 567
Notes 575

September 1891

The Doctrine of Evolution: Its Scope and Influence 577
New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: From Fetich to Hygiene II 600
Glass-Making V 611
Schools for the Insane 634
The Limits of State-Duties 639
Views of Running Water 645
Can We Always Count Upon the Sun? 658
A Classification of Mountain Ranges According to their Structure, Origin, and Age 665
Musical Insects 678
Eskimo Boats in the Northwest 682
Take Care of the Birds! 687
Sketch of George Lincoln Goodale 691
Editor's Table 695
Literary Notices 697
Publications Received 708
Popular Miscellany 709
Notes 719
Obituary Notes 720

October 1891

Lessons from the Census I 721
The Development of American Industries Since Columbus: Iron and Steel Industry V 729
Metamorphoses in Education 750
The Rivalry of the Higher Senses 761
Exercise for Elderly People 771
Life on an Ostrich Farm 778
Dress and Adornment II 787
On Polyandry 801
The Dogs of Ancient Egypt 809
Astronomical Societies and Amateur Astronomers 813
The Spinning Sisterhood 822
Hearing in the Lower Animals 832
Sketch of Professor John Winthrop 837
Editor's Table 843
Literary Notices 847
Publications Received 855
Popular Miscellany 856
Notes 862
Obituary Notes 864
Index 865