Popular Science Monthly/Volume 41

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Popular Science Monthly  (1892) 
Volume 41
 
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May 1892

Herbert Spencer and the Synthetic Philosophy 1
Science and Fine Art II 16
Cave Dwellings of Men 27
Evolution in Folklore 45
Anthropological Work in Europe 54
Why We Should Teach Geology 73
The Limitatons of the Healing Heart 77
Dendrites 84
Energy as a Factor in Agriculture 87
Bad Air and Bad Health II 97
A Desert Fruit 109
Sketch of Alessandro Volta 117
Correspondence 123
Editor's Table 124
Literary Notices 127
Publications Received 135
Popular Miscellany 136
Notes 143
Obituary Notes 144

June 1892

New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: Theology and Galileo 145
First Actions of Wounded Soldiers 155
The Yucca Moth and Yucca Pollination 171
The Survival of the Unfit 182
The Ancient Civilizations of America 187
What are Diatoms 200
The Relation of Biology to Sociology 206
Wanted: A Railway Court of Last Resort 212
Pestiferous Plants 225
Korean Mountains and Mountaineers 229
Dust and Fresh Air 238
The Colors of Water 246
The Animal View of Man 256
Sketch of William Huggins 260
Editor's Table 267
Literary Notices 268
Publications Received 276
Popular Miscellany 277
Notes 286
Obituary Note 288

July 1892

Anthropological Work in America 289
Physiology and the Prevention of Disease 308
Ways of the Owl 313
Almond Culture in America 328
The Development of American Industries Since Columbus: Leather Industry I 339
Proper Diet for Hot Weather 365
Kindergartens-Manual Training-Industrial Schools 377
Two Rare Monkeys 389
New and Variable Stars 396
The Waste and Gain of the Dry Land 403
Sketch of Luigi Galvani 408
Correspondence 412
Editor's Table 413
Literary Notices 416
Publications Received 425
Popular Miscellany 426
Notes 431
Obituary Note 432

August 1892

Natural Selection and Crime 433
New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: Geography I 446
The Diamond Industry at Kimberley 455
State Intervention in Social Economy 463
Historical Notes on the Gold-Cure 469
Lessons from the Census VII 474
Veracity 482
The Prehensile Foot of the East Indians 489
The Development of American Industries Since Columbus: Leather Industry II 496
Beginnings in Botany 515
Michael Servetus: Reformer, Physiologist, and Martyr 519
The Royal Society: Or, Scientific Visionaries of the Seventeenth Century 531
Sketch of John Couch Adams 545
Editor's Table 551
Literary Notices 553
Publications Received 560
Popular Miscellany 561
Notes 575
Obituary Notes 576

September 1892

New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: Geography II 577
The Delaware Indian as an Artist 586
The Decline of Bibliolatry 594
The Marine Biological Laboratory 604
Infectious Diseases: Causation and Immunity 616
Further Study of Involuntary Movements II 636
The Wage Contract and Personal Liberty 644
Mica and the Mica Mines 652
Incalculable Accidents 666
Tobacco and the Tobacco Habit 670
Odors and the Sense of Smell 682
Changes in Chemical and Geographical Words 690
Correspondence 697
Editor's Table 698
Literary Notices 702
Publications Received 710
Popular Miscellany 711
Notes 719
Obituary Notes 720

October 1892

American Childhood from a Medical Stand-Point 721
Specifics for the Cure of Inebriety 732
The Evolution of Dancing 739
Lessons from the Census VIII 756
Mud as a Building Material 762
Language and Brain Disease 775
A Chapter in Meteorological Discovery 787
A Comparative Study of Some Indian Homes 798
Recent Science I 811
Warming and Ventilating of Dwellings 831
Sketch of Alexander Winchell 837
Editor's Table 844
Literary Notices 849
Publications Received 857
Popular Miscellany 858
Notes 863
Index 865