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The Resource 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, 1898., (electronic resource)

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, 1898., (electronic resource)

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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, 1898.
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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, 1898.
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federal national government publication
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non fiction
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United States
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1834-1906
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  • Bacon, John Mackenzie
  • Berger, Philippe
  • Berthelot, M.,
  • Bidwell, Shelford
  • Brabrook, Edward William
  • Dastre, A.,
  • Dewar, James
  • Dubois, Eugene
  • Frobenius, Leo
  • Geikie, James
  • Gilbert, Grove Karl
  • Gray, Thomas
  • Gregory, J.W.,
  • Guillaume, Charles-Edouard
  • Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August
  • Hale, George Ellery
  • Howard, L.O.,
  • Langkavel, Bernhard August
  • Langley, S. P.
  • Le Sage, Georges-Louis
  • Lechalas, Georges
  • Lockyer, Norman
  • Loewy, M.,
  • Niewenglowski, Gaston-Henri
  • Peiser, F.E.,
  • Preece, William Henry
  • Puiseux, Pierre
  • Ramsay, William
  • Reynaud, G
  • Sollas, W.J.,
  • Stokes, Henry Newlin
  • Thompson, Silvanus Phillips
  • Thoulet, J.,
  • Virchow, Rudolf Ludwig Karl
  • Ward, Henry Baldwin
  • Watkins, J. Elfreth,
  • Wiesner, Julius Ritter von
  • Smithsonian Institution
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • House document / 55th Congress, 3rd session. House
Series volume
  • serial set no. 3833
  • no. 309, pt. 1
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  • Brown-Sequard, Charles-Edouard
  • National Museum of Natural History
  • Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • International Fisheries Exposition
  • Exposition universelle
  • Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition
  • Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition
  • Agricultural pests
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Animals
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Astronomy
  • Balloons
  • Biological stations
  • Biology
  • Chemicals
  • Chemistry
  • Color photography
  • Color
  • Corals
  • Dogs
  • Electricity
  • Ethnology
  • Evolution
  • Exhibitions
  • Federal aid to museums
  • Federal receipts and expenditures
  • Fossil hominids
  • Fossils
  • Gases
  • Geodynamics
  • Gravity
  • Helium
  • Hydrogen
  • Insects
  • Islands
  • Laws
  • Learned institutions and societies
  • Libraries
  • Library acquisitions
  • Light
  • Marine biology
  • Moon
  • Museum acquisitions
  • Museums
  • Oceanography
  • Photography
  • Physics
  • Plants (Botany)
  • Profiles (Cartography)
  • Radiation
  • Radio
  • Stars
  • Telegraph
  • Telescopes
  • Tundras
  • Vision
  • Humans
  • Building
  • Financial statements
  • Africa
  • Babylonia
  • Bergen, Norway
  • Carthage, Tunisia
  • Europe
  • Funafuti Island (Tuvalu)
  • Great Lakes
  • National Zoological Park
  • Oceania
  • Omaha, Nebraska
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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, 1898., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. V
  • List of illustrations, p. VIII
  • Journal of the proceedings of the Board of Regents, p. XI
  • Report of the Executive Committee, p. XVII
  • Joint Resolution To Fill Vacancies in the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution (1898), p. XLV
  • Joint Resolution Accepting the Invitation of the Government of Norway To Take Part in an International Fisheries Exposition To Be Held at the City of Bergen, Norway, from May to September, Anno Domini Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-eight (1898), p. L
  • Joint Resolution Extending the Limit of Cost of the Government Building or Buildings at the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition at Omaha, Nebraska, and Reducing Cost of Government Exhibit (1897), p. LII
  • Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury To Rent Lighting Apparatus for Government Building at Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition (1898), p. LII
  • Joint Resolution Regarding the Holding of a Pan-American Exposition in the Year Nineteen Hundred and One upon Cayuga Island, between the Cities of Buffalo and Niagara Falls, in the State of New York, To Illustrate the Development of the Western Hemisphere during the Nineteenth Century (1898), p. LIV
  • Report of the Secretary, p. 1
  • Recent progress accomplished by aid of photography in the study of the lunar surface, by M.M. Loewy and Puiseux, p. 105
  • The function of large telescopes, by George E. Hale, p. 123
  • The Le Sage Theory of gravitation, by M. Le Sage, with introduction by S.P. Langley, p. 139
  • The extreme infra-red radiations, by C.E. Guillaume, p. 161
  • The chemistry of the stars, by Norman Lockyer, p. 167
  • The perception of light and color, by George Lechalas, p. 179
  • Some curiosities of vision, by Shelford Bidwell, p. 197
  • Progress in color photography, by G.H. Niewenglowski, p. 209
  • The development of electrical science, by Thomas Gray, p. 217
  • Telegraphy across space, by Silvanus P. Thompson, p. 235
  • Signaling through space without wires, by W.H. Preece, p. 249
  • Note on the liquefaction of hydrogen and helium, by James Dewar, p. 259
  • The recently discovered gases and their relation to the periodic law, by William Ramsay, p. 267
  • The kinetic theory of gases and some of its consequences, by William Ramsay, p. 277
  • The revival of inorganic chemistry, by H.N. Stokes, p. 289
  • Scientific ballooning, by John M. Bacon, p. 307
  • The tundras and steppes of prehistoric Europe, by James Geikie, p. 321
  • Modification of the Great Lakes by earth movement, by G.K. Gilbert, p. 349
  • The plan of the Earth and its causes, by J.W. Gregory, p. 363
  • Funafuti: The story of a coral atoll, by W.J. Sollas, p. 389
  • Oceanography, by J. Thoulet, p. 407
  • The relation of plant physiology to the other sciences, by Julius Wiesner, p. 427
  • Pithecanthropus erectus: A form from the ancestral stock of mankind, by Eugene Dubois, p. 445
  • On our present knowledge of the origin of man, by Ernst Haeckel, p. 461
  • The laws of orientation among animals, by G. Reynaud, by 481
  • The fresh water biological stations of the world, by Henry B. Ward, p. 499
  • The theory of energy and the living world; the physiology of alimentation, by A. Dastre, p. 515
  • The economic status of insects as a class, by L.O. Howard, p. 551
  • Recent advances in science, and their bearing on medicine and surgery, by R. Virchow, p. 571
  • A sketch of Babylonian society, by F.E. Peiser, p. 579
  • The excavations of Carthage, by Philippe Berger, p. 601
  • The transportation and lifting of heavy bodies by the ancients, by J. Elfreth Watkins, p. 615
  • The past progress and present position of the anthropological sciences, by E.W. Brabrook, p. 621
  • The origin of African civilizations, by L. Frobenius, p. 637
  • Dogs and savages, by B. Langkavel, p. 651
  • The life and works of Brown-Sequard, by M. Berthelot, p. 677
  • Index, p. 697
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000114612
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
768 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
color maps, illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1126EF1E5B0C1668
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
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, 1898., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. V
  • List of illustrations, p. VIII
  • Journal of the proceedings of the Board of Regents, p. XI
  • Report of the Executive Committee, p. XVII
  • Joint Resolution To Fill Vacancies in the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution (1898), p. XLV
  • Joint Resolution Accepting the Invitation of the Government of Norway To Take Part in an International Fisheries Exposition To Be Held at the City of Bergen, Norway, from May to September, Anno Domini Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-eight (1898), p. L
  • Joint Resolution Extending the Limit of Cost of the Government Building or Buildings at the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition at Omaha, Nebraska, and Reducing Cost of Government Exhibit (1897), p. LII
  • Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury To Rent Lighting Apparatus for Government Building at Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition (1898), p. LII
  • Joint Resolution Regarding the Holding of a Pan-American Exposition in the Year Nineteen Hundred and One upon Cayuga Island, between the Cities of Buffalo and Niagara Falls, in the State of New York, To Illustrate the Development of the Western Hemisphere during the Nineteenth Century (1898), p. LIV
  • Report of the Secretary, p. 1
  • Recent progress accomplished by aid of photography in the study of the lunar surface, by M.M. Loewy and Puiseux, p. 105
  • The function of large telescopes, by George E. Hale, p. 123
  • The Le Sage Theory of gravitation, by M. Le Sage, with introduction by S.P. Langley, p. 139
  • The extreme infra-red radiations, by C.E. Guillaume, p. 161
  • The chemistry of the stars, by Norman Lockyer, p. 167
  • The perception of light and color, by George Lechalas, p. 179
  • Some curiosities of vision, by Shelford Bidwell, p. 197
  • Progress in color photography, by G.H. Niewenglowski, p. 209
  • The development of electrical science, by Thomas Gray, p. 217
  • Telegraphy across space, by Silvanus P. Thompson, p. 235
  • Signaling through space without wires, by W.H. Preece, p. 249
  • Note on the liquefaction of hydrogen and helium, by James Dewar, p. 259
  • The recently discovered gases and their relation to the periodic law, by William Ramsay, p. 267
  • The kinetic theory of gases and some of its consequences, by William Ramsay, p. 277
  • The revival of inorganic chemistry, by H.N. Stokes, p. 289
  • Scientific ballooning, by John M. Bacon, p. 307
  • The tundras and steppes of prehistoric Europe, by James Geikie, p. 321
  • Modification of the Great Lakes by earth movement, by G.K. Gilbert, p. 349
  • The plan of the Earth and its causes, by J.W. Gregory, p. 363
  • Funafuti: The story of a coral atoll, by W.J. Sollas, p. 389
  • Oceanography, by J. Thoulet, p. 407
  • The relation of plant physiology to the other sciences, by Julius Wiesner, p. 427
  • Pithecanthropus erectus: A form from the ancestral stock of mankind, by Eugene Dubois, p. 445
  • On our present knowledge of the origin of man, by Ernst Haeckel, p. 461
  • The laws of orientation among animals, by G. Reynaud, by 481
  • The fresh water biological stations of the world, by Henry B. Ward, p. 499
  • The theory of energy and the living world; the physiology of alimentation, by A. Dastre, p. 515
  • The economic status of insects as a class, by L.O. Howard, p. 551
  • Recent advances in science, and their bearing on medicine and surgery, by R. Virchow, p. 571
  • A sketch of Babylonian society, by F.E. Peiser, p. 579
  • The excavations of Carthage, by Philippe Berger, p. 601
  • The transportation and lifting of heavy bodies by the ancients, by J. Elfreth Watkins, p. 615
  • The past progress and present position of the anthropological sciences, by E.W. Brabrook, p. 621
  • The origin of African civilizations, by L. Frobenius, p. 637
  • Dogs and savages, by B. Langkavel, p. 651
  • The life and works of Brown-Sequard, by M. Berthelot, p. 677
  • Index, p. 697
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000114612
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
768 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
color maps, illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1126EF1E5B0C1668
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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