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Authorities Consulted in the History of Utah. Adams (G. J.), A Few Plain Facts, etc. Bedford (Eng.), ; Letter to President John Tyler. New York, Address by a Minister of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the People of the United States. Printed while the Mormons were at Nauvoo. Philadelphia, n.d. The Atlantic Monthly, which began publication in when Howells was twenty years old, was the first publication to receive his work. By age twenty-four, he had authored a book on Abraham Lincoln, and the attention it brought him eventually resulted in his appointment as American consul at Venice. PUBLIC DOCUMENTS. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS: Beckwith, Lieutenant E. G. "Report upon the Route near the Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth Parallels", in United States Executive Documents, Num Vol. II, Thirty-third Congress, Second Session. (Washington: Government Printing Office, ). Publications included on this database are subject to change without notice due to contractual agreements with publishers. Coverage dates shown are the intended dates only and may not yet match those on the product.
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6, No. 33, July, by Various Part 1 out of 5. Proofreaders THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. A MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, ART, AND POLITICS. * * * * * VOL. VIJULY, NO. XXXIII. * * * * * METEOROLOGY. A GLANCE AT THE SCIENCE. The purpose of this article is to present, in a brief and The results are compared to the.
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VOL.NO. XXXIII. METEOROLOGY. A GLANCE AT THE SCIENCE. THE purpose of this article is to pre- sent, in a brief and simple manner, the leading principles on which the science of Meteorology is founded,rather, how- ever, in the spirit of an inquirer than of a teacher.
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In his reply to David L. Cohn's review of Native Son, "The Negro Novel: Richard Wright" (Atlantic Monthly, May ), Richard Wright wrote in "I Bite the Hand That Feeds Me" (Atlantic Monthly, June ), "The unconscious basis upon which most whites excuse Negro oppression is as follows: (1) the Negro did not have a culture when he was brought.
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Personal and public life Early years. He was born in Boulogne, educated there, and studied medicine at the Collège Charlemagne in Paris (–27).
Inhe served in the St Louis Hospital. Beginning inhe contributed literary articles, the Premier lundis of his collected Works, to the newspaper Globe, and in he came, by a review of Victor Hugo's Odes et Born: 23 DecemberBoulogne-sur-Mer, France.
He published no poems in magazines until the founding of the Atlantic Monthly in Emerson did, however, publish his first book of poetry during this hiatus: Poems was published in December (with an copyright), first in London so that he could secure a British copyright, and then a few days later in Boston.
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VOL. LXXXV. JANUARY, Too many students are content with what the book or the professor says, ra- ther than eager to discover for themselves the dictate of reason or the deliverance of research. When these students be- come ministers they lose power as years. Minutes of the Society, which are extant for the period (Moore to the writer.
See also Moore's genealogical chart accompanying the article, "Early Generations of the Legaré Family in South Carolina," Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina, no. 46 (), The writer's indebtedness also extends. Atlantic Monthly 9 (March ): Du Bois, John Van Deusen. "The Civil War Journal and Letters of Colonel John Van Deusen Du Bois, Ap to Octo," Part 1.12vol.
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