From the Earth to the Moon
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Table of Contents
- Chapter I: The Gun Club
- Chapter II: President Barbicane's Communication
- Chapter III: Effect of the President's Communication
- Chapter IV: Reply From the Observatory of Cambridge
- Chapter V: The Romance of the Moon
- Chapter VI: The Permissive Limits of Ignorance and Belief in the United States
- Chapter VII: The Hymn of the Cannon-Ball
- Chapter VIII: History of the Cannon
- Chapter IX: The Question of the Powders
- Chapter X: One Enemy V. Twenty-Five Millions of Friends
- Chapter XI: Florida and Texas
- Chapter XII: Urbi et Orbi
- Chapter XIII: Stones Hill
- Chapter XIV: Pickaxe and Trowel
- Chapter XV: The Fete of the Casting
- Chapter XVI: The Columbiad
- Chapter XVII: A Telegraphic Dispatch
- Chapter XVIII: The Passenger of the Atlanta
- Chapter XIX: A Monster Meeting
- Chapter XX: Attack and Riposte
- Chapter XXI: How A Frenchman Manages An Affair
- Chapter XXII: The New Citizen of the United States
- Chapter XXIII: The Projectile-Vehicle
- Chapter XXIV: The Telescope of the Rocky Mountains
- Chapter XXV: Final Details
- Chapter XXVI: Fire!
- Chapter XXVII: Foul Weather
- Chapter XXVIII: A New Star
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