Popular Science Monthly/Volume 50

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Popular Science Monthly  (1896) 
Volume 50
 
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November 1896

The Moral Standard 1
Public Aquariums in Europe 13
On the Crater of Mount Shasta 28
Notes on Bhils, Burmese and Battaks 34
The Abundance of Animal Life 42
Shells 46
The Employment of the Motor Activities in Teaching 56
Double Personality 67
Two Scientific Worthies 80
A Dog's Laugh 89
Popular Superstitions 92
Science in Wheat-Growing 101
Evolution of Insect Instinct 105
Deaf and Dumb 109
Sketch of William C. Redfield 114
Editor's Table 120
Scientific Literature 126
General Notices 129
Publications Received 133
Fragments of Science 134
Minor Paragraphs 141
Notes 143

December 1896

Principles of Taxation: Relation to the State XII 145
The Relations of Biology, Psychology, and Physiology 163
Botanic Gardens I 172
Animal Symbolism and Ecclesiastical Architecture 187
Two Scientific Congresses 196
The So-Called California Diggers 201
Individualism versus Collectivism 215
Possession and Mediumship 220
Idiots Savants 232
Igneous Intrusions and Volcanoes 240
Natural History in the Primary Schools of France 250
The Border Land of Trampdom 252
Sketch of Henry Darwin Rogers 258
Correspondence 265
Editor's Table 267
Scientific Literature 272
General Notices 274
Publications Received 279
Fragments of Science 280
Minor Paragraphs 286
Notes 287

January 1897

Principles of Taxation: Limitations of Purpose XIII 289
An Object Lesson in Social Reform 305
Botanic Gardens II 312
Our Present Knowledge of the Antarctic Regions 323
Consumption and Consumptives 336
Disinfection at Quarantine 344
A Study in Race Psychology 354
The Popular Esthetics of Color 361
Evolution of the Carrier Pigeon 369
Spiders and their Ways 373
Petroleum, Asphalt, and Bitumen 380
A Curious Canadian Iron Mine 385
The Psychology of Genius 389
Affections and Jealousies of Lizards 395
Sketch of George Brown Goode 400
Editor's Table 407
Scientific Literature 412
General Notices 414
Publications Received 419
Fragments of Science 420
Minor Paragraphs 429
Notes 431

February 1897

Herbert Spencer: The Man and his Work 433
The Racial Geography of Europe: Language, Nationality, and Race I 454
Principles of Taxation: In Relation to the Federal Government XIV 468
Indian Wampum Records 481
Some Primitive Californians 486
How Plants and Animals Spend the Winter 496
The Interpretations of Automatism 507
Tendencies in Athletics for Women in Colleges and Universities 517
Scientific Work of W. D. Gunning 526
The Animate World a Unity 531
Condemnation of Criminals Not Punishment 534
Plural States of Being 539
Sketch of Maria Mitchell 544
Editor's Table 552
Scientific Literature 557
General Notices 560
Publications Received 565
Fragments of Science 566
Minor Paragraphs 573
Notes 575

March 1897

The Racial Geography of Europe: Head Shape as a Racial Trait II 577
Experiments on the Physiology of Alcohol I 594
Principles of Taxation: Rules Under a Constitutional Government XV 603
Confessions of a Normal School Teacher 620
The Malarial Parasite and Other Pathogenic Protozoa 628
The Stability of Truth I 642
The Year of the X Rays 654
The Blaschka Flower Models of the Harvard Museum 663
The Cliff-Dweller's Sandal 676
India Rubber and Gutta-Percha 679
Sketch of John Gundlach 691
Correspondence 698
Editor's Table 699
Scientific Literature 703
General Notices 707
Publications Received 711
Fragments of Science 712
Minor Paragraphs 719
Notes 720

April 1897

How Can the Federal Government Best Raise its Revenues? 721
The Stability of Truth II 749
The Racial Geography of Europe: Blondes and Brunettes III 757
Reversions in Modern Industrial Life I 781
Experiments on the Physiology of Alcohol II 796
Life on the Planets 812
Spencer and Darwin 815
Ants as the Guests of Plants 827
The Language of Crime 831
Sketch of Stephen J. Perry 835
Editor's Table 841
Scientific Literature 846
General Notices 850
Publications Received 854
Fragments of Science 855
Minor Paragraphs 862
Notes 864
Index 865