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The New England Magazine : Volume 0017, Issue 2 October 1894: The New England Magazine

By New England Magazine Co

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Title: The New England Magazine : Volume 0017, Issue 2 October 1894: The New England Magazine  
Author: New England Magazine Co
Volume: VolumeĀ 17
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Nano Technology
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The New England Magazine Collection
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Publisher: New England Magazine Co


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Magazine Co, N. E. (1894). The New England Magazine : Volume 0017, Issue 2 October 1894. Retrieved from

Description: The New England MagazineĀ began as a continuation of The Bay State Monthly, and included that periodical's name in its title initially

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Middlebury College Clarence E. Blake, pp. 129-147 -- On the Shore Louise Helen Coburn, pp. 147-148 -- Bryant, the Poet of Nature Forrest F. Emerson, pp. 148-153 -- At the Battle of Bull Run with the Second New Hampshire Regiment Francis S. Fiske, pp. 153-163 -- The Building of a Breakwater Herman Babson, pp. 163-173 -- Bittersweet Annie E. Smiley, pp. 173-174 -- Mount Wequomps Laura Sanderson, pp. 174-176 -- On the Old English Common Alice D'Alcho, pp. 176-177 -- A Summer Campaign in Virginia. A Story George Grantham Bain, pp. 177-193 -- Indian Summer Alice Katharine Fallows, pp. 193-194 -- Gleanings in Carlyle's Country Henry Charles Shelley, pp. 194-205 -- Samuel Longfellow Oscar Fay Adams, pp. 205-214 -- A Castle of Ice. A Story Dorothy Prescott, pp. 214-225 -- Rehoboth and Attleboro George Randall, pp. 225-243 -- Istia. A Story Frances C. Sparhawk, pp. 243-251 -- Editor's Table pp. 251-256


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