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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 to July, 1892. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1893

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Physical description 860 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 3131
Mis. doc. / 52nd Congress, 2nd session. House ; no. 114, pt. 1
Mis. doc. (United States. Congress. House) ; 52nd Congress, no. 114, pt. 1
Notes Table of contents, p. V.
List of illustrations, p. VII.
Journal of the proceedings of the Board of Regents, p. XI.
Report of the Executive Committee, p. XXIII.
Report of the Secretary, p. 1.
Appendix to Report of the Secretary, p. 49.
The history of the telescope, by C.S. Hastings, p. 95.
Geological change and time, by Sir Archibald Geikie, p. 111.
Geological history of the Yellowstone National Park, by Arnold Hague, p. 133.
Soaping geysers, by Arnold Hague, p. 153.
Continental problems of geology, by G.K. Gilbert, p. 163.
Pre-Columbian copper mining in North America, by R.L. Packard, p. 175.
The Polynesian bow, by E. Tregear, p. 199.
Hertz's experiments, p. 203.
Discharge of electricity without electrodes, by J.J. Thompson, p. 229.
Molecular process in magnetic induction, by J.A. Ewing, p. 255.
Crystallization, by G.D. Liveing, p. 269.
Rejuvenescence of crystals, by John W. Judd, p. 281.
Deduction from the gaseous theory of solution, by Orme Masson, p. 289.
Suggestions regarding solutions, by William Ramsay, p. 299.
Liquids and gases, by William Ramsay, p. 303.
Present problems in evolution and heredity, by H.F. Osborn, p. 313.
Report of the migration of birds, by J.A. Palmen, p. 375.
The empire of the air, by L.P. Mouillard, p. 397.
Progress of anthropology in 1892, by O.T. Mason, p. 465.
The advent of man in America, by A. de Quatrefages, p. 513.
Primitive industry, by Thomas Wilson, p. 521.
Prehistoric New Mexican pottery, by Henry Hales, p. 535.
Relics of an Indian hunting ground, by Atreus Wanner, p. 555.
Aboriginal burial mounds in Ohio, by R.J. Thompson, p. 571.
Indian remains on the upper Yellowstone, by William S. Brackett, p. 577.
Primitive number systems, by Levi L. Conant, p. 583.
Anthropology of the brain, by D.K. Shute, p. 595.
The birth of invention, by Otis T. Mason, p. 603.
American inventions and discoveries in medicine, etc., by John S. Billings, p. 613.
Endowment for scientific research, by Addison Brown, p. 621.
The inventors of the telegraph and telephone, by Thomas Gray, p. 639.
Explorations in Mongolia and Tibet, by W.W. Rockhill, p. 659.
Progress of astronomy for 1891 and 1892, by W.C. Winlock, p. 681.
Index, p. 775.
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 Billings, John S., (John Shaw)
Brackett, William S.
Brown, Addison.
Conant, Levi L., (Levi Leonard)
Ewing, J.A., (James Alfred)
Geikie, Archibald.
Gilbert, Grove Karl.
Gray, Thomas.
Hague, Arnold.
Hales, Henry.
Hastings, Charles Sheldon.
Judd, John W., (John Wesley)
Liveing, George Downing.
Mason, Otis Tufton.
Masson, Orme.
Mouillard, Louis-Pierre.
Osborn, Henry Fairfield.
Packard, R.L.
Palmen, Johan Axel.
Quatrefages, A. de, (Armand)
Ramsay, William.
Rockhill, William Woodville.
Shute, D. Kerfoot, (Daniel Kerfoot)
Thompson, J.J., (Joseph John)
Thompson, Russell J.
Tregear, Edward Robert.
Wanner, Atreus.
Winlock, William Crawford.
Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents.
Subject Animal flight.
Animal migration.
Anthropology.
Antiquities.
Archaeology.
Astronomy.
Birds.
Ceramics and pottery.
Charitable contributions.
Chemical research.
Chemistry.
Copper mines and mining.
Crystals and Crystallography.
Discovery and exploration.
Electricity.
Endowments.
Evolution.
Federal aid to research.
Federal receipts and expenditures.
Funeral rites and ceremonies.
Gases.
Genetics.
Geodynamics.
Geology.
Geysers.
Hot springs.
Human remains (Archaeology)
Inventions.
Learned institutions and societies.
Libraries.
Library acquisitions.
Liquids.
Magnetism.
Mathematics.
Medicine.
Meteorology and weather forecasting.
Mounds and mound-builders (Archaeology)
Museum acquisitions.
Museums.
Natural history collections.
Ornithology.
Paleontology.
Public health.
Sanitation.
Surgery.
Telegraph.
Telephone.
Telescopes.
Weapons.
Humans.
Indians.
Polynesians.
Financial statements.
Annual Reports.
Monographs.