The Atlantic Monthly The Atlantic Monthly [Vol. 86 No. 514 (August 1900)]
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09887.02 Author/Creator: The Atlantic Monthly Place Written: Boston, Massachusetts Type: Magazine Date: August 1900 Pagination: 32 p., 143 p., 7 p., ; 25.2 x 16.3 cm. Order a Copy
One issue of the Atlantic Monthly dated August 1900. The Atlantic monthly is a literary journal that publishes assorted writings on a wide range of topics and authors. The articles included in this issue are; "Political Education" by Arthur Twining Hadley, "The Foreigner" by Sarah Orne Jewett, "The Wild Gardens At Yosemite Park" by John Muir, "Night Hymns on Lake Nepigon" by Duncan Campbell Scott, "A Sea Change" by Alice Brown, "The Iownas" by Rollin Lynde Hartt, "A Difficult Case" by W.D. Howells, "Gramarye" by Harriet Prescott Spofford "The Price of Order" by Talcott Williams, "The Pathway Round" by Fanny Kemble Johnson, "Content in a Garden" by Candace Wheeler, "The Dungarvan Whooper" by Maximilian Foster, "Escape" by Alice Lena Cole, "The Circle of Death" by G.D. Wetherbee, "Submarine Signaling and Maritime Safety" by Sylvester Baxter, "The Tree-Toad" by Madison Cawein, "Angels and Men" by Caroline Franklin Brown, "Our Rights in China" by Mark B. Dunnell, "Some Radicals as Statesmen: Chase, Sumner, Adams, and Stevens" by Frederic Bancroft, and "The Contributers' Club." There are also advertisements at both the beginning and end of the periodical.
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