My Library

University LibraryCatalogue

For faster,
simpler
access.
Use Lean
Library.
Get it now
Don't show me again
     
Limit search to items available for borrowing or consultation
Result Page: Previous Next
Can't find that book? Try BONUS+
 

Search Discovery

Search CARM Centre Catalogue

Search Trove

Add record to RefWorks

E-RESOURCE
Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution showing the operations, expenditures and condition of the Institution for the year ending June 30, 1904. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1905

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Physical description 883 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 4885
House document / 58th Congress, 3rd session. House ; no. 430, pt. 1
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 58th Congress, no. 430, pt. 1
Notes Table of contents, p. V.
List of plates, p. IX.
Proceedings of the Board of Regents, p. XV.
Report of the Executive Committee, p. XXXV.
Act To Authorize the Government of the United States To Participate in Celebrating the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Exploration of the Oregon Country by Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in the Years Eighteen Hundred and Four, Eighteen Hundred and Five, and Eighteen Hundred and Six, and for Other Purposes (1904), p. LXXIII.
Report of the Secretary, p. 1.
Experiments with the Langley aerodrome, by S.P. Langley, p. 113.
The relation of wing surface to weight, by R. Von Lendenfeld, p. 127.
The Rumford spectroheliograph of the Yerkes Observatory, by George E. Hale and Ferdinand Ellerman, p. 131.
The construction of large telescope lenses, by Dr. C. Faulhaber, p. 163.
Some reflections suggested by the application of photography to astronomical research, by Prof. H.H. Turner, p. 171.
Radiation in the solar system, by J.H. Poynting, p. 185.
Condensation nuclei, by Prof. C.T.R. Wilson, p. 195.
The present problems of inorganic chemistry, by Sir William Ramsay, p. 207.
The evolution of the scientific investigator, by Simon Newcomb, p. 221.
Metals in the atmosphere, by Prof. Alfred Ditte, p. 235.
Observations on vision in brightness and in obscurity, with a hypothesis on the cause of color blindness, by O. Lummer, p. 249.
A lightning spiral observed near Basel, by Fr. Klingelfuss, p. 259.
Variations of specific gravity, by Georg W.A. Kahlbaum, p. 261.
Some new methods of lighting, by A. Berthier, p. 267.
The progress in wireless telegraphy, by William Maver, Jr., p. 275.
Electric welding development, by Elihu Thomson, p. 281.
The history of some discoveries in photography, by Robert Hunt, p. 287.
Theories of ore deposition historically considered, by S.F. Emmons, p. 309.
On mountains and mankind, by Douglas W. Freshfield, p. 337.
Morocco, by Theobald Fischer, p. 355.
The work of the Reclamation Service, by F.H. Newell, p. 373.
The Yuma reclamation project, by J.B. Lippincott, p. 383.
The evidence of evolution, by Hugo de Vries, p. 389.
The evolutionary significance of species, by O.F. Cook, p. 397.
Some bird life in British Papua, by R.A. Vivian, p. 413.
Bird sanctuaries in New Zealand, p. 419.
The house sparrow, by Dr. J.O. Skinner, p. 423.
Some Tibetan animals, by R. Lydekker, p. 429.
The multiple origin of horses and ponies, by Dr. J. Cossar Ewart, p. 437.
Egyptian and Arabian horses, by E. Prisse d'Avennes, p. 457.
Bees and flowers, by Prof. E.L. Bouvier, p. 469.
The pearl fisheries of Ceylon, by Prof. W.A. Herdman, p. 485.
Flying fish and their habits, by Dr. Theodore Gill, p. 495.
The stature of man at different epochs, by A. Dastre, p. 517.
Old age, by Elie Metchnikoff, p. 533.
The contributions of American archeology to history, by W.H. Holmes, p. 551.
Gournia, by Harriet A. Boyd, p. 559.
Archaeological researches on the frontiers of Argentina and Bolivia, by Eric von Rosen, p. 573.
A general view of the archaeology of the Pueblo region, by Edgar L. Hewett, p. 583.
The painting of human bones among the American aborigines, by Dr. Ales Hrdlicka, p. 607.
Sling contrivances for projectile weapons, by F. Krause, p. 619.
Materials used to write upon before the invention of printing, by Prof. Albert Maire, p. 639.
An inquiry into the population of China, by W.W. Rockhill, p. 659.
Chinese architecture, by S.W. Bushell, p. 677.
Pewter and the revival of its use, by Arthur Lasenby Liberty, p. 693.
Cameos, by Cyril Davenport, p. 713.
The economic conquest of Africa by the railroads, by A. Fock, p. 721.
The present aspects of the Panama Canal, by William H. Burr, p. 737.
The sanitation of the Isthmian Canal Zone, by W.C. Gorgas, p. 745.
The projected new barge canal of the State of New York, by Col. Thomas W. Symons, p. 751.
Rapid transit subways in metropolitan cities, by Milo R. Maltbie, p. 759.
Sir George Gabriel Stokes, by Ernest W. Brown, p. 773.
Karl Alfred von Zittel, by Charles Schuchert, p. 779.
Karl Gegenbauer, by Oscar Hertwig, p. 787.
Index, p. 794.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2006. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
Usage Terms Copyright 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved.
Other author Berthier, A.
Bouvier, E.L.
Boyd, Harriet A.
Brown, Ernest W., (Ernest William)
Burr, William H., (William Hubert)
Bushell, Stephen W., (Stephen Wootton)
Cook, O.F., (Orator Fuller)
Dastre, A., (Albert)
Davenport, Cyril.
Ditte, Alfred.
Ellerman, Ferdinand.
Emmons, Samuel Franklin.
Ewart, J. Cossar.
Faulhaber, C.
Fischer, Theobald.
Fock, A.
Freshfield, Douglas William.
Gill, Theodore.
Gorgas, William Crawford.
Hale, George Ellery.
Herdman, W.A., Sir, (William Abbott)
Hertwig, Oscar.
Hewett, Edgar L., (Edgar Lee)
Holmes, William Henry.
Hrdlicka, Ales.
Hunt, Robert.
Kahlbaum, Georg W.A.
Klingelfuss, Fr., (Friedrich)
Krause, F.
Langley, S.P., (Samuel Pierpont)
Lendenfeld, R. von, (Robert)
Liberty, Arthur Lasenby.
Lippincott, Joseph Barlow.
Lummer, O., (Otto)
Lydekker, Richard.
Maire, Albert.
Maltbie, Milo R.
Maver, William, Jr.
Metchnikoff, Elie.
Newcomb, Simon.
Newell, Frederick Haynes.
Poynting, J.H., (John Henry)
Prisse d'Avennes.
Ramsay, William.
Rockhill, W.W.
Rosen, Eric von.
Schuchert, Charles.
Skinner, John O.
Symons, T.W., (Thomas William)
Thomson, Elihu.
Turner, H.H., (Herbert Hall)
Vivian, R.A.
Vries, Hugo de.
Wilson, Charles Thomson Rees.
Emu (Periodical)
Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents.
Subject Aeronautics.
Airplanes.
Animal flight.
Animals.
Anthropology.
Antiquities.
Archaeology.
Architecture.
Art.
Astronomy.
Atmosphere.
Bees.
Birds.
Buildings.
Chemistry.
Clay.
Color blindness.
Dams.
Death.
Eclipses.
Economic development.
Electric lighting.
Electricity.
Evolution.
Exhibitions.
Federal aid to museums.
Federal receipts and expenditures.
Fisheries and fishing industry.
Fishes.
Flowers.
Gas-lighting.
Geology.
Gravity.
Hides and skins.
Horses.
Human remains (Archaeology)
Indian reservations.
Interoceanic canals.
Irrigation.
Jewelry.
Laws and legislation.
Leather.
Lenses.
Levees.
Light.
Lighting.
Lightning.
Malaria.
Metals.
Mountains.
Museum acquisitions.
Museum exhibits.
Museums.
Observatories.
Oysters.
Paper and paper products.
Pearls.
Petroglyphs.
Petroleum.
Photography.
Population.
Radiation.
Radio.
Railroads.
Reclamation of land.
Sanitation.
Science.
Scientific apparatus and instruments.
Solar system.
Subways.
Sun.
Telescopes.
Temples.
Territories and possessions.
Textile fabrics.
Urban areas.
Urban transportation.
Vision.
Weapons.
Wildlife conservation.
Wildlife refuges.
Wood.
Zoology.
Zoos.
Aged.
College teachers.
Humans.
Indigenous peoples.
Scientists.
Age.
Description and travel.
Financial statements.
Research.
Annual Reports.
Monographs.