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ter at Granite Bay" (New York: Eaton & Mains), it being understood that "Granite Bay" is the name selected to stand for a certain nook on the shore of Long Island Sound, less than one hundred miles from New York City.
"New England and Its Neighbors" (Macmillan) is the title of Mr. Clifton Johnson's new volume of penand-camera pictures. This writer's method of combining authorship and photography has worked out so happily in his descriptions of country life in foreign lands that he has ventured to try the same method nearer home. In the new book there are capital descriptions of "Midwinter in Valley Forge," "A Ruin Beside Lake Champlain," "The Home of Fenimore Cooper," ""A Historic Town in Connecticut" (Saybrook), "A Jaunt on Long Island," "A Canal-Boat Voyage on the Hudson," and various other scenes and incidents, all of which serve as a background, or setting, for Mr. Johnson's clever delineation of Yankee traits and characteristics. It is distinctively a book of rural life.
SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICS.
The latest publication of the American Economic Association (Macmillan) is a monograph on "The Negro in Africa and America," by Joseph A. Tillinghast. Some interesting facts regarding the origin and purpose of this study are brought out in a brief introduction contributed by Prof. Walter F. Willcox, of Cornell University. The monograph is the work of a Southern white man, the son of a slaveholder, who has pursued his work at Cornell, utilizing for the purpose a library "the nucleus of which in this field is a large antislavery collection." As a first step toward an understanding of negro character, Mr. Tillinghast has attempted this investigation into the hereditary influences, as well as the factor of environment, which have entered into the negro's history both in Africa and in America. The negro problem, as Mr. Tillinghast understands it is, "how to reduce the divergence in character between the white and black populations." In this monograph Mr. Tillinghast has made a helpful contribution to our knowledge of the basic conditions of which this "problem" is an outgrowth.
In "The Leaven in a Great City" (Dodd, Mead & Co.) Mrs. Lillian W. Betts shows how the standard of living is continually rising in New York through the efforts of the crowded population of frugal and industrious poor. Mrs. Betts describes the attempts made by churches, and other altruistic organizations, to help the working people in maintaining these higher standards and in reaching out in many directions for better things. The numerous illustrations made from photographs of familiar New York scenes do much to enforce the lessons of the text.
In the series of "Handbooks of American Government" (Macmillan) Prof. William C. Morey contributes a compact little volume on "The Government of New York: Its History and Administration." Dr. Morey's survey includes the historical growth, the structural features, and the administrative work of the
State government. In the third section,-in his discussion of the government's work,-Dr. Morey endeavors to counteract the prevalent idea that the government is an end in itself, and not simply a means to a higher end. His purpose is to set forth what the government actually does in the administration of justice, by defining and protecting individual rights; in the protec tion of the community, through the exercise of the police power; in the support given to public education; in the supervision of public charities and corrections; in the control of economic interests; and in the management of the public finances.
"School Administration and Municipal Government" is the title of a Columbia University monograph, by Frank Rollins, Ph.D. (Macmillan). Dr. Rollins discusses his subject under the following chapter-heads: "The Interest of the State in the School Administration of Cities;""The School Board, or Board of Education;" "Administration of External or Business Affairs; " "Supervisory Administration;" Administration of Instruction and Discipline;" and "The School and the Community." From his study of the situation, Dr. Rollins concludes that it is the duty of the State to regulate city school administration in the interests of the people; that small boards of education should be appointed by the mayor for long terms, with gradual change, large powers, and fixed responsibility; that the routine of business administration should be placed in the hands of paid experts; and that there should be a high standard of qualification for the supervising and teaching force, ascertained by exacting tests, to be followed by large authority and secure tenure of office.
Mr. Harold W. Bowman has written an account of "The Iowa Board of Control: A Centralized System of Administration for State Institutions" (Ann Arbor, Mich.: Michigan Political Science Association). This is a careful study of a plan for unifying the supervision of charitable, penal, and correctional institutions.
In his book on "The Economic Interpretation of History" (Macmillan), Prof. Edwin R. A. Seligman, of Columbia University, gives a succinct history of the theory that, since the existence of man depends upon his ability to sustain himself, the economic life is the fundamental condition of all life. Professor Seligman explains the genesis and development of this doctrine; studies some of the applications made by recent thinkers; examines objections; and estimates the true import and value of the theory for modern science.
A revised edition of Mr. Horace White's "Money and Banking" (Boston: Ginn & Co.) has recently appeared. The first edition of this valuable work was published seven years ago. In the present revision the author has expunged certain controversial and other matter that had become obsolete, and has practically rewritten the book, adding several new chapters. While the question of the standards is no longer a controverted one, there are many other phases of our monetary and banking systems which require lucid exposition. Perhaps no American writer possesses this gift in fuller measure than does Mr. White.
INDEX TO PERIODICALS.
Unless otherwise specified, all references are to the October numbers of periodicals.
Accidents to Workingmen, E. van der Smissen, RGen.
Aegean, Pre-Hellenic Writing in the, D. Quinn, ACQR.
Agriculture, American Origin of, O. F. Cook, PopS.
Alps, Dangers of the, H. Spender, PMM.
Alps, High, Hay Harvest in the, Alice J. Graveson, LeisH.
Amana: A Study of Religious Communism, R. T. Ely, Harp.
Americanism, Native, H. J. Desmond, ACQR.
Animals in Unfamiliar Circumstances, J Isabell, Long.
Doorways of New York, F. S. Arnett, Mun.
Bayes, Jessie: A Modern Illuminator, J. Greig, MA.
Bookbindings, Tooled, AJ.
British Cities, Art Effort in, C. M. Robinson, Harp.
Caricature, American, and Comic Art, La T. Hancock,
Cartoonist, American, and His Work, A. Lord, Str.
Crane, Bruce,-A Painter of Idylls, H. T. Lawrence, BP.
English Painting in America, F. A. King, Chaut.
Glass Painting, Colors and Brushes Used in, E. R. Sup-
Groll, Albert L., Appreciation of, S. Allen, BP.
Kimball, Katherine, Work in Black and White by, E. K.
Leek School of Embroidery and Its Work, W. S. Sparrow,
National Competition of Schools of Art at South Kensing-
Painting for Beginners, AA, September.
Press Illustrators, American-II., W. Jenkins, IntS.
Rodin, T. S. Moore, MonR.
Royal Academy, W. Armstrong, Era.
Sculptors, American, Plea for a Guild of, F. W. Ruck-
Sculpture, Contemporary French, P. Vitry, Arch.
Wallace Collection, Netherlandish Pictures in the, C.
Ward, J. Q. A., Work of, R. Sturgis, Scrib.
Wiles, Irving Ramsey, Margaret Hall, AI.
Athletics, Intercollegiate, I. N. Hollis, Atlant.
Avalanches of the Alps, G. G. Thomas, Cham.
Babism and the Babites, H. H. Jessup, MisR.
Bar, Prospects in the Profession of the, Corn.
Beef Prices, Conditions Which Affect, H. W. Wilbur, Gunt.
Beetles, Life-Saving Appliances Used by, J. Isabell, Gent.
Bible, Latest Translation of the-III., H. M. Whitney, BibS.
Bird Migration, Relation of Wind to, C. C. Trowbridge, ANat,
Bird, Our Most Brilliant, F. D. New, Ros.
Bloodhound as a Sporting Dog, R. Richardson, Bad.
Boston, the City of a Great Tradition, D. Story, Mun.
Bowling on the Green, G. Elliott, Can.
Boy, The Little, May Byron, Corn.
British Columbia, Mineral Resources of, W. M. Brewer, Eng.
Browning, Robert, Message of, W. J. Colville, Mind.
Camel: The Ship of the Desert, H. Vivian, Pear.
Canoe, North, Passing of the, T. Adney, O.
Cape Nome, What a Woman Accomplished at, A. C. Kop-
Cardiff Giant, True Story of the, A. D. White, Cent.
Cartoonist, American, and His Work, A. Lord, Str.
Cashel, See of, and Its Late Archbishop, J. J. O'Shea, ACQR.
Chicory Cultivation in Belgium, J. E. Whitby, Cham.
Christian Unity, Organic, B. T. Stafford, BibS.
Church, Democracy and the, Vida D. Scudder, Atlant.
Cities, American, Statistical View of, W. G. Davis, Gunt.
City, The Model, Suggested for the St. Louis Exposition,
Civil War, Memories of a Hospital Matron in the-II., Emily
Clerk, The Position of the, J. J. Nevin, West.
Clifford, Rev. Dr. John, W. T. Stead, RRL.
Climatological Association, American, San, September.
Coal Miner, Life of a, J. McDowell, ww.
Coal Mines, C. Benoist, RDM, September 15.
Coffee and Tea as Precipitates for Poisons, J. W. England,
Collectivist Tendencies, A. Prins, RDM, September 15.
Composers, Russian, A. Bruneau, RPar, September 15.
Coöperative Brotherhood, W. E. Copeland, Arena.
Crime and Criminals, E. A. Dausman, ALR.
Criminal, Professional, in England, W. D. Morrison, IJE.
Cross in History, in Doctrine, and in Life, W. Smith, NC.
Currency: The Circulating Medium During the Civil War,
Curtis, Cyrus Herman Kotzschmar, E. Bok, Cos.
Daniel, Book of, Those Three Greek Words in the, W. C.
Danvers, Massachusetts, F. E. Moynahan, NEng.
Deaconesses, Scriptural Conceptions of, G. E. Hiller, MRN.
Deluge, Noachian, Geological Confirmations of the-II., G.
Democracy, Government by, E. R. Newbigin, Contem.
Disease, Modern Life and, F. M. Crandall, WW.
Dowie, John Alexander, Analyzed and Classified, J. M.
Dowie, John Alexander: The Prophet and His Profits, J.
Drama, The Winter's, W. Bathon, Cos.
Dramatists, An Elizabethan and Two Modern, J. Kindon,
Draughtsman in the Workshop, W. H. Booth, Eng.
Dress, Art in, Jennie C. West, Mun.
Duck-Float, How to Build and Use a, J. B. Harper, O.
Edeson, Robert, Sketch of, FrL.
Education: See also Kindergarten.
Arithmetic, A Test in, J. M. Rice, Forum.
Child-Study, New Lines of Attack in, F. E. Bolton, KindR.
Contagion, What School Children Should be Taught Re-
Education in England and America, M. E. Sadler, EdR.
Elementary-School Curriculum, Katharine E. Dopp, AJS,
English Curriculum, J. H. Harris, School, September.
High-School Attendance, F. D. Boynton, School, Septem-
History in Our Public Schools, E. McMahon, Ed.
Latin, First-Year, Teaching of, B. L. D'Ooge, School, Sep-
Moral Development of the Child, Prof. Earl Barnes' Chau-
Moral Instruction in Our Schools, C. R. Skinner, Ed.
New England Grammar School, 1635-1700, W. H. Small,
New York Public School, A Day in a, W. McAndrew, WW.
Physiology of Childhood as Applied to Education, R. O.
School Garden Experiment, J. D. Billings, SocS.
Eggleston, Edward, R. Johnson, AMRR; E. Cary, BB.
Electric Power Transmission, Costs of, A. D. Adams, CasM.
Eucharist, The Most Holy, Pope Leo XIII., ACQR.
Europe, A Gentle Diatribe Against the Residence of Ameri-
Evidence, Expert, J. Woodward, NAR.
Evolution, Spencer's Definition of, J. B. Nichols, Mon.
ion," by W. T. Davison, LQ.
Farm Boy's Triumph, J. S. Crawford, Gunt.
Father: What He can Do for His Son, H. T. Peck, Cos.
Finance, Recent Developments in, A. D. Noyes, Forum.
Fire Protection, Modern, C. T. Hill, Pear.
Fire-Fighting To-day-and To-morrow, P. G. Hubert, Jr.,
Fishes, Origin of the Fins of, D. S. Jordan, PopS.
Foliage in the Genus Acacia, C. E. Preston, ANat, September.
Football, Rugby, F. H. B. Champain and E. G. N. North, Bad.
Africa, Central, French in, E. J. Wardle, Contem.
Ethical Education in France, L. Cheinisse, Revue,October 1.
Franco-Prussian War, Origin of, R. Blennerhassett, NatR.
Friars, Spanish, in California, B. J. Clinch, ACQR.
Friendly Societies, Centenarian, J. M. Ludlow, Contem.
Gardens and Garden-Craft, Frances Duncan, Atlant.
Geometry, Origin and Development of, G. Loria, Mon.
German Colonies and Naval Power, J. L. Blashford, Fort.
Panama Canal, Germany and the, F. Lampe, Deut, Septem-
Gesture and Facial Expression, J. H. Schooling, PMM.
God: How Shall We Think of Him? H. C. Small, NC.
Gold in the World, Amount of, BankL.
Golf Course, Upbuilding of a, A. Pottow, CLA.
Archbishops Who Crowned the King and Queen, AMRR.
Church of England and Women, Frances Swiney, West.
Conservative Reform Programme, S. Low, NineC.
Curate, Decay of the, T. C. Dale, West.
Defense, Imperial, and Colonial Responsibilities, L. H. Hor-
Education Bill, J. Gorst, and Bishop Percival, NineC.
Education, Secularist Position with Regard to, T. Gardi-
Garrisons, Imperial, C. H. Wilson, USM.
Liberal Party Developments, O. Eltzbacher, MonR.
Men of Letters, British, as Seen through American Glasses -II., PMM.
Military Education, T. B. Strange, USM. Navy, British, 1889-1902, A. S. Hurd, CasM. Overcrowding and Emigration, U. A. Forbes, LQ. Radicals, The First English, A. M. D. Hughes, Mac. Registrar-General, Letter to the, S. Coleridge, Contem. Social Betterment in England ("Signs of the Coming Dawn"), W. T. Stead, RRL. Greenhouse, The Home, E. E. Rexford, Lipp. Groghan, George, and the Defense of Fort Stephenson, C. T. Brady, McCl.
Habeas Corpus in the Colonies, A. H. Carpenter, AHR. Hague Court, The United States and Mexico at the, W. T. Stead, AMRR.
Hamilton, Alexander, J. Fiske, Cos.
Hardy, Thomas, The Women of, B. DeCasseras, Bkman.
Hengstenberg, Ernst Wilhelm, B. Pick, Hom.
Holy Spirit, Place of the Doctrine of the, J. M. Campbell,
Horse Racing, Scientific, W. S. Vosburgh, O.
Hypnotism, Abuse and Control of, F. W. Eldridge-Green and E. G. P. Bousfield, Contem.
Idealism, Practical, C. B. Patterson, Mind.
Immigrant, America's Welcome to the, E. H. Abbott, Out.
Indian Caste and English Law, E. M. Konstam, Contem.
Iron and Steel Metallurgy, Progress in, H. M. Howe, CasM.
Islam, Revival of, E. Sell, MisR.
Israel, Ancient, Education of Children in, C. H. Cornill, Mon.
Italy, Fact and Fiction About, Anne E. Keeling, LQ.
Jesus the Perfecter of Faith, D. A. Hayes, Bib.
Journalism, Religious, Personal Forces in-II., D. Williamson, LeisH.
Jupiter, The Planet, G. W. Hough, PopA.
Justification, Doctrine of, J. W. Richard, Luth.
Berlin Froebel Society's Course for Mothers, Gertrude
Civic Growths, Public Kindergarten in, Constance M. Durham, Gunt.
Froebel, Denton J. Snider's Life of, Bertha Johnston, Kind. Kindergarten, The Dearest, in the World, Kind R. Training School, History of Education in the, A. O. Norton, Kind R.
Kipling, Rudyard, Echoes and Growth in, B. A. Heydrick, PL.
Kipling, Rudyard, the Colonial, E. Graham, AngA.
Labor, Organized: What It Has Learned, R. M. Easley,
Labor Union Restriction of Industry, M. G. Cunniff, WW.
Language, An International: A Plea for the Study of
Law in the Emblem Writers, J. Williams, ALR.
Legislation, Political and Municipal, in 1901, R. H. Whitten,
Leonids, The, W. H. Pickering, PopA.
Leonids of November, 1901, R. B. Taber, PopA.
Life Insurance Companies: How They Use Their Enormous
"Light Cure" at Copenhagen, J. Moritzen, AMRR.
Lizards of the Desert, Two, D. Coolidge, CLA.
"Luck": What Is It? P. Latzke, Ev.
Luke, Gospel of, Medical Language in, R. J. Knowling, Bib.
Mahan, Capt. A. T., Theories of, A. Moireau, RDM.,
Mahâyâna Doctrine and Art,-II., P. Caru
"Matter," Non-Existence of, A. S. Hawkesworth, West.
Meredith, George (“A Knightly Pen "), Harriet W. Preston, Atlant.
Metals, Precious, Production and Consumption of the, I. A. Hourwich, JPEcon, September.
Methodism, Constitution of, J. J. Tigert, MRN.
Mexico, Modern: The King of All the Cattle Kings, S. G.
Milton, John: Did He Write "Nova Solyma"? BB.
Mining at High Altitudes, T. A. Rickard, CasM.
Africa, Central, Awakening in, D. Fraser, MisR. Backward Movements of Our Times, A. T. Pierson, MisR. Greek Students and Religion, Dr. Moxhen, MisR. Hadramaut, Arabia, Appeal for, S. M. Zwemer, MisR. India, Industrial Exhibitions by Christians in, J. T. Gracey, MisR.
India, Missionaries in, Sister Nivedita, West.
Tsao Han Kin: A Christian Chinese, J. S. Adams, MisR. Universities' Missions, American, J. H. Ross, MisR. Missouri, Old Steamboat Days on the, G. W. Ogden, Ev. Mithraic Mysteries, Doctrine of the II., F. Cumont, OC. Moffat, David Holliday, F. L. Webster, Cos.
Molière and the People, H. Davignon, RGen, September.
Monroe Doctrine, John Quincy Adams and the-II., W. C.
Monstery, Thomas Hoyer Munster, H. S. Canfield, Ev. Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de, H. D. Sedgwick, Jr., Atlant. Monte Carlo, At, A. Castaigne, Harp.
Monuments, Ancient, Restoration of, P. Verhaegen, RGen, September.
Morley, John, J. McCarthy, Out.
Morocco, the Country of the Future, P. H. Fawcett, PMM.
Mouth Parts of Insects, V. L. Kellogg, ANat, September.
Negro Question, Crux of the, H. A. Stimson, BibS.
New York Hotels, W. Hutchins, Arch.
New York, Literary Landmarks of IV., C. Hemstreet, Crit. New York Police Force, T. Roosevelt, Cham.
New York Public School, A Day in a, W. McAndrew, WW. New York Subway, Difficult Engineering in the, F. W. Skinner, Cent.
New York's Subway, Building, A. Ruhl, Cent.
Oaks, Famous, of Britain, C. L. Warner, Cass.
Old-Age Homes, Danish and Russian, Edith Sellers, NineC.
Ophir, In the Land of, K. Peters, Deut, September.
Ordnance Engineering as a Mechanical Industry, J. F.
Oregon Coast, Naturalist on the, W. Hutchinson, Contem.
Orizaba, Mount, An Ascent of, A. R. Crook, PopS.
Oxford and Cambridge Universities, Financial Management
of, A. T. S. Goodrick, Black.
Palestine: Ancient "Circuit of Argob," G. L. Robinson, Bib.
Parson, The Colonial, H. J. Webster, NEng.
Party Platforms of 1902, Typical: I., The Massachusetts Dem-
Pastor in the Pulpit, W. H. Mayhew, NC.
Peary, Robert E., Work of, in 1901-1902, NatGM.
Pecuniary Dependence, Ethics of, Lydia F. Dickinson, NC.
Persia and Persian Beluchistan, Trip Through, USM.
Pheasant, With Regard to the, L. H. DeV. Shaw, Bad.
Philippines, Establishment of Civil Government in the, L.
Philippines, Political Parties in the, W. H. Taft, Annals,
Philippines, Work of the Friars in the, S. Bonsal, NAR.
Philostratus, The Apollonius of, W. B. Wallace, West.
Backgrounds, Practical Points on, WPM, September.
Ozotype, J. Hadden, CDR.
Photographers' Association of America, WPM, September.
Portraiture at Home, W. Ide, CDR.
Postcards, Sensitized, How to Make, E. Luchesi, AA, Sep-
Radiography, Practical, E. Fleischman-Ascheim, FrL.
Telephotography, WPM, September.
"Pilgrim's Progress," The Land of the, J. W. Davies, Bkman.
Piper of Francheville, May Byron, Temp.
Pirrie, Right Hon. W. J., Sketch of, Can.
Planets, Our Sister, L. Irwell, Ros.
Plant Adaptation, Study in, J. W. Toumey, PopS.
Playgrounds and Vacation Schools in New York, Bertha
Playgrounds, Chicago Summer, Grace Fairbank, Kind.
Poetry and Its Relation to Life, E. Markham, Mind.
Poetry, Modern, Modern Life and, Josephine P. Peabody, PL.
Politics and Jurisprudence, Ideal School of, H. Taylor, NAR.
Primitive Man in the Ice Age, W. Upham, BibS.
Prophets, True and False, in I. Kings, D. A. Walker, Bib.
Queens of Europe: Queen Olga of Greece, Queen Amelie of
Railways, English: Do They Earn Their Dividends? H. W.
Rational, The, A. Roeder, NC.
Relic Market, H. Macfarlane, Long.
Religion, Seat of Authority in, J. H. Leckie, LQ.
Religion, State, Evolution of a, L. J. Markoe, ACQR.
Revivals in American Church History, J. E. McCulloch,
Rhodes Scholarships, The Will Proved; Mr. Parkin's Mis-
Rockies, Our Northern, R. H. Chapman, NatGM.
Rocky Mountains, Winter in the, Katharine Sumner, Era.
A. Galton, Fort.
St. Louis, Palatial Residences of, E. S. Hoch, NatM.
St. Louis, Tweed Days in, C. H. Wetmore and L. Steffens,
St. Vincent, An Adventure in, W. L. Clowes, Corn.
Science, Applied, H. H. Suplee, Forum.
Science, Recent Advances in, R. Virchow, PopS.
Scott, Sir Walter, "Old Mortality" and, J. A. S. Barrett,
Seal, Hunting the, from the Outports, N. Duncan, O.
Setters and Pointers, Training, for Quail Shooting, W. B.
Sex in Animal Life, Development of, S. L. Schenck, NAR.
Shelley and Keats, Democracy of, J. W. Stimson, Arena.
Siam and the Powers, Fort.
Sierra Nevada, On the Crest of the, M. Roberts, OutW.
Skyscrapers, Limitations to the Production of, B. J. Hen-
Slocum, Captain Joshua, C. Johnson, O.
Social Betterment in England, W. T. Stead, RRL.
Social Conditions and Business Success, R. B. Van Cortlandt,
Social Evolution, Three Primary Laws of, C.W. Macfarlane,
Social Progress and the Police Power, B. J. Ramage, ALR.
Social Service, American Institute of, J. Strong, SocS.
Sociology of 1902, A. Posada, EM, September.
Sociology, Study of-III., F. L. Tolman, AJS, September.
Boer Generals at Downing Street, E. Dicey, Fort.
French Study of the Boer War, Contem.
Kaffir Manners and Customs, W. S. Fletcher, LeisH.
South Africa, By Coach Through, J. W. Davies, Lipp.
South Seas, A Mystery of the, H. V. Barclay, PMM.
Specie, Prices and the International Movement of, J. L.
Spencer, Herbert, Last Words of, S. FitzSimons, ACQR.
Steamships, Ocean, L. Perry, WW.
Stevenson, Robert Louis, Essays by, F. M. Smith, PL.
Voyage," J. B. Carrington, BB.
Stone, Ellen M.: Six Months Among Brigands-V., McCl.
Street Railways and the Public, W. A. Bancroft, NatM.
Suffrage, Equal, in Colorado, Helen M. Wixon, Era.
Suffrage Restriction in the South, H. D. Money, FrL.; C. H.
Suffrage, Universal, U. Guérin, RefS, September.