Popular Science Monthly/Volume 44

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Popular Science Monthly  (1893) 
Volume 44
 
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November 1893

The Conservation of our Oyster Supply 1
Evolution and Ethics I 18
Laplace's Plan for Perpetual Moonlight 36
Electricity at the World's Fair II 39
The Pestalozzian System 55
The Scientific Method with Children 57
Nature at Sea 69
North and South American Aboriginal Names 81
Immaterial Science 84
An Argument for Vertical Handwriting 86
Vegetable Diet 94
Origin of the Mississippi Valley Rainfall 102
Mathematical Curiosities of the Sixteenth Century 106
Birds' Judgements of Men 110
Sketch of John Ericsson 112
Editor's Table 121
Literary Notices 126
Publications Received and Popular Miscellany 136
Notes 143

December 1893

The Story of Bob 145
How Old Is the Earth 153
Modern War Vessels of the United States 164
Evolution and Ethics II 178
Evolutionary Ethics 192
The Creation 195
State Interference in Social Affairs 196
The Fruit Industry in California 200
Criminal Woman 218
Ethics and the Struggle for Existence 224
The Calumet in the Champlain Valley 238
The Essays of Jean Rey 247
Sketch of Sir Daniel Wilson 256
Correspondence 266
Editor's Table 267
Literary Notices 270
Publications Received 277
Popular Miscellany 278
Notes 287
Obituary Notes 288

January 1894

Ethics of Tribal Society 289
Night Hawks and Whip-Poor-Wills 308
Recent Railroad Disasters 314
Evolution in Professor Huxley 319
How the Sea Is Sounded 334
Emotions and Infection 342
Uncle Sam's Life Savers 346
Window Lights and their Value 354
Speech for Deaf Children 363
Logical Method in Biology 372
Invention and Industry at the South 379
Legal Preventives of Alcoholism 391
The Past and Future of Aluminum 397
Elisée Reclus and his Opinions 402
Correspondence 409
Editor's Table 410
Literary Notices 413
Publications Received 421
Popular Miscellany 422
Notes 430
Obituary Notes 432

February 1894

New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: From Creation to Evolution I 433
A Marine Biological Laboratory 449
The Relation of Evolution to Political Economy 458
Physical Conditions of the Deep Sea 461
Heredity in Relation to Education 472
The Circassian Slave in Turkish Harems 481
Where Bananas Grow 486
Tyndall and his American Visit 502
The Psychology of a Dog 514
Superstitions of French Canadians 520
The Wandering Jew at the Salpetriere 525
The Shape of the Earth from a Pendulum 531
The Position of Geology 537
Sketch of David Starr Jordan 546
Editor's Table 552
Literary Notices 555
Publications Received 565
Popular Miscellany 566
Notes 574

March 1894

Abolish All Prohibitive Liquor Laws 577
Industries of Animals 594
The Origin of Right-Handedness 606
Fossil Man 616
Professor Tyndall 637
The European Law of Torture 648
Customs and Superstitions of the Mayans 661
Biology and Ethics 671
The Action of Massage Upon the Muscles 677
The Ice Age and its Work I 681
The Founder of the First Scientific Journal 690
Sketch of Jean Martin Charcot 693
Editor's Table 697
Literary Notices 701
Publications Received 709
Popular Miscellany 710
Notes 719
Obituary Notes 720

April 1894

New Chapters in the Warfare of Science: From Creation to Evolution II 721
Trusts their Own Corrective 740
New Lights on the Problem of Flying 744
The Method of Homing Pigeons 758
Incidents of Cambodian Life 776
The Ice Age and its Work II 781
A Century of the Telegraph in France 791
An Illustrative Chapter on Legal Development 802
The Beaver Eater 811
On New England and the Upper Mississippi Basin in the Glacial Period 816
The Late Professor Tyndall 819
The Origin of Art 827
Sketch of L. D. von Schweinitz 833
Correspondence 841
Editor's Table 842
Literary Notices 847
Publications Received 855
Popular Miscellany 856
Notes 863
Obituary Notes 864
Index 865