Popular Science Monthly/Volume 49

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Popular Science Monthly  (1896) 
Volume 49
 
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May 1896

Niagara as a Time Piece 1
The Development of the Monetary Problem 20
Principles of Taxation: In Literature and History VII 29
The Pygmy in the United States 47
Pending Problems for Wage-Earners 57
The Physiology of Color in Plants 71
The Political Rights and Duties of Women 80
Natural Science in a Literary Education 98
Recent Work on X Rays 103
Sketch of Henry Augustus Rowland 110
Correspondence 121
Editor's Table 122
Scientific Literature 129
General Notices 132
Publications Received 136
Fragments of Science 137
Minor Paragraphs 143
Notes 144

June 1896

Principles of Taxation: In Literature and History VIII 145
How the Great Lakes Were Built 157
Dr Hansen's Throwing Stick 173
Co-Ordination of our Educational Institutions 176
Frogs and their Uses 179
The Metric System 186
The Monetary Problem 202
Why Progress by Leaps 216
Posthypnotic and Criminal Suggestion 230
Woman and the Ballot 241
The Subterranean River Midroi 253
Our Southern Mocker 258
Sketch of James Blythe Rogers 261
Editor's Table 266
Scientific Literature 272
General Notices 276
Publications Received 280
Fragments of Science 281
Minor Paragraphs 287
Notes 288

July 1896

Principles of Taxation: In Literature and History IX 289
Photographing Electrical Discharges 305
The Genius and his Environment I & II 312
Proposed System of Continuous Polar Exploration 321
On our Banking System 327
The Birds at Dinner 337
Suggestion in Therapeutics 342
Causes, Stages, and the Time of the Ice Age 354
County Parks 369
Sociology in Ethical Education 373
Massage in Sprains, Bruises, and Dislocations 381
Pearls and Mother-Of-Pearl 390
Sketch of Jacob Moleschott 399
Correspondence 407
Editor's Table 408
Scientific Literature 413
General Notices 416
Publications Received 421
Fragments of Science 422
Minor Paragraphs 430
Notes 431

August 1896

The Proposed Dual Organization of Mankind 433
Science at the University of Pennsylvania 440
Principles of Taxation: In Literature and History X 464
The Stone Forest of Florissant 479
The Aim of Modern Education 485
Early Years of the American Association 501
Spirit Writing and Speaking with Tongues 508
The Genius and his Environment III & IV 522
The Scallop 534
Epidemics of Hysteria 544
Sketch of William Williams Mather 550
Editor's Table 556
Scientific Literature 560
General Notices 563
Publications Received 567
Fragments of Science 568
Minor Paragraphs 574
Notes 576

September 1896

Principles of Taxation: Definition, Object, and Sphere of Taxation XI 577
The Sympsychograph: A Study in Impressionist Physics 597
Some Modern Views of the Cell 603
The Vivisection Question I 614
Immigration and Crime 625
Illusions and Hallucinations 630
Social Insects 641
The Potter's Art Among Native Americans 646
Dust and Sand Storms in the West 655
The New Woman and her Debts 664
The Banziris of the Congo Basin 673
Enrico Ferri on Homicide I 678
Dogbane and Milkweed 684
A Cambodian Primary School 688
Sketch of Samuel Luther Dana 692
Correspondence 698
Editor's Table 699
Scientific Literature 703
General Notices 706
Publications Received 710
Fragments of Science 711
Minor Paragraphs 719
Notes 720

October 1896

The Metric System 721
Nevada Silver 734
A Measure of Mental Capacity 756
Some Beginnings in Science 763
The Vivisection Question II 771
Acetylene, The New Illuminant 786
The Significance of Leaves 793
The Educative Value of Children's Questioning 799
The Self and its Derangements 810
Exaggeration as an Aesthetic Factor 821
Enrico Ferri on Homicide II 828
Sketch of Robert Empie Rogers 837
Correspondence 842
Editor's Table 843
Scientific Literature 846
General Notices 848
Publications Received 854
Fragments of Science 855
Minor Paragraphs 862
Notes 864
Index 865