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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, 1913. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1913

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Physical description 815 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 6740
House document / 63rd Congress, 2nd session. House ; no. 899
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 63rd Congress, no. 899
Notes Table of contents, p. V.
List of plates, p. VII.
Report of the Secretary, p. 1.
The Earth and sun as magnets, by George E. Hale, p. 145.
The reaction of the planets upon the sun, by P. Puiseux, p. 159.
Recent progress in astrophysics, by C.G. Abbot, p. 175.
The Earth's magnetism, by L.A. Bauer, p. 195.
Modern ideas on the end of the world, by Gustav Jaumann, p. 213.
Recent developments in electromagnetism, by Eugene Bloch, p. 223.
Wireless transmission of energy, by Elihu Thomson, p. 243.
Oil films on water and on mercury, by Henri Devaux, p. 261.
Water and volcanic activity, by Arthur L. Day and E.S. Shepherd, p. 275.
Ripple marks, by Ch. Epry, p. 307.
Notes on the geological history of the walnuts and hickories, by Edward W. Berry, p. 319.
The formation of leafmold, by Frederick V. Coville, p. 333.
The development of orchid cultivation and its bearing upon evolutionary theories, by J. Costantin, p. 345.
The manufacture of nitrates from the atmosphere, by Ernest Kilburn Scott, p. 359.
The geologic history of China and its influence upon the Chinese people, by Eliot Blackwelder, p. 385.
The problems of heredity, by E. Apert, p. 397.
Habits of fiddler-crabs, by A.S. Pearse, p. 415.
The abalones of California, by Charles L. Edwards, p. 429.
The value of birds to man, by James Buckland, p. 439.
Experiments in feeding hummingbirds during seven summers, by Althea R. Sherman, p. 459.
What the American Bird Banding Association has accomplished during 1912, by Howard H. Cleaves, p. 469.
The whale fisheries of the world, by Charles Rabot, p. 481.
The most ancient skeletal remains of man, by Ales Hrdlicka, p. 491.
The redistribution of mankind, by H.N. Dickson, p. 553.
The earliest forms of human habitation, and their relation to the general development of civilization, by M. Hoernes, p. 571.
Feudalism in Persia: Its origin, development, and present condition, by Jacques de Morgan, p. 579.
Shintoism and its significance, by K. Kanokogi, p. 607.
The Minoan and Mycenaean element in Hellenic life, by A.J. Evans, p. 617.
Flameless combustion, by Carleton Ellis, p. 639.
Problems in smoke, fume, and dust abatement, by F.G. Cottrell, p. 653.
Twenty years' progress in marine construction, by Alexander Gracie, p. 687.
Creating a subterranean river and supplying a metropolis with mountain water, by J. Bernard Walker and A. Russell Bond, p. 709.
The application of the physiology of color vision in modern art, by Henry G. Keller and J.J.R. Macleod, p. 723.
Fundamentals of housing reform, by James Ford, p. 741.
The economic and social role of fashion, by Pierre Clerget, p. 755.
The work of J.H. van't Hoff, by G. Bruni, p. 767.
Index, p. 791.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2007. 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 Abbot, C.G., (Charles Greeley)
Apert, Eugene Charles.
Bauer, L.A., (Louis Agricola)
Berry, Edward Wilber.
Blackwelder, Eliot.
Bloch, Eugene.
Bond, A. Russell.
Bruni, G.
Buckland, James.
Cleaves, Howard H.
Clerget, Pierre.
Costantin, J., (Julien)
Cottrell, Frederick Gardner.
Coville, Frederick V., (Frederick Vernon)
Day, Arthur L., (Arthur Louis)
Devaux, Henri.
Dickson, H.N.
Edwards, Charles Lee.
Ellis, Carleton.
Epry, Charles.
Evans, Arthur J.
Ford, James.
Gracie, Alexander.
Hale, George Ellery.
Hoernes, Moritz.
Hrdlicka, Ales.
Jaumann, Gustav.
Kanokogi, Kazunobu.
Keller, Henry G.
Macleod, J.J.R.
Morgan, J. de, (Jacques)
Pearse, A.S., (Arthur Sperry)
Puiseux, Pierre.
Rabot, Charles.
Scott, Ernest Kilburn.
Shepherd, E.S.
Sherman, Althea R.
Thomson, Elihu.
Walker, J. Bernard.
Smithsonian Institution.
Subject Abalones.
Air pollution.
Animal migration.
Anthropology.
Art.
Astronomy.
Astrophysics.
Atmosphere.
Beaches.
Birds.
Botany.
Chemical industry.
Chemical research.
City and town planning.
Clothing.
Color.
Crabs.
Discovery and exploration.
Earth (Planet)
Electromagnetism.
Environmental technology.
Ethnology.
Evolution.
Federal aid to museums.
Federal receipts and expenditures.
Feudalism.
Fisheries and fishing industry.
Fossil hominids.
Gases.
Geology.
Housing.
Hummingbirds.
Laboratories.
Libraries.
Library acquisitions.
Light.
Magnetism.
Marine biology.
Mercury (Metal)
Migration (Population geography)
Museum acquisitions.
Museum exhibits.
Museums.
Observatories.
Orchids.
Planets.
Public health.
Radiation.
Radio.
Religion.
Rivers, creeks, streams, etc.
Sand.
Scientific apparatus and instruments.
Shinto.
Shipbuilding.
Soils.
Sun.
Trees.
Trusts and trustees.
Urban problems.
Volcanoes.
Water and water supply.
Waterworks.
Whales.
Whaling.
Zoos.
Chinese (People)
Scientists.
Financial statements.
Research.
Annual Reports.
Monographs.