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|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Hayes Cunningham
|Notes:||"Some books which should be in every high-school library": p. 219-221.|
|Description:||v, 221 pages illustrations (including portraits) 18 cm|
|Contents:||The mantis, by J.H.C. Fabre.--Fire ants, by H.W. Bates.--The condor, by C. Darwin.--Birds and man, by W.H. Hudson.--About cholera, by Sir E.R. Lankester.-The mastodon, by F.A. Lucas.--The unsolved problems of astronomy, by S. Newcomb.--The influence of coal tar on civilization, by E.E. Slosson.--The world of atoms, by J.A. Thomson.--The method of scientific investigation, by T.H. Huxley.--What knowledge is of most worth? By H. Spencer.--
Æpyornis island, by H.G. Wells.
|Responsibility:||edited by William H. Cunningham.|