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Editorials (August) 74°

Editor's Table (April) 256

Editor's Table (May) 382

Editor's Table (June) 502

Editor's Table (July) 639

Editor's Table (August) 761

Facts About Santo Domingo Winthrop Packard 1

Five Thousand Miles for a Farm George Billings 105

Footnote on Whittier Charles F. Carter 432

Fritz Puffer's Trouble Pauline Carrington Bouve 196

Glimpses of Washington Winthrop Packard 393

Goblet. Story of the Pauline Carrington Bouve 322

Goorroogoo: An Epic of the Australian Bush Leighton Demain-Grange 289

Grandma's Surrender A. H. Houk 493

Handel and the Messiah H. O. McCrillis 169

Historic Houses and a Noted School .... Sarah B. Lawrence 465

Homesick Soul. A Juliette Golay 31

Ideals of New England Kate Upson Clark 618

Idyll of Tristam Shepard Jeanette Marks 273

Immigration. The Modern Problem of . . . WinHeld S. Alcott 553

Jamestown of New England. The (Pemaquid) H. O. McCrillis 278

Lancers. The National John Stuart Barrows 401

Legends of Old Newgate (March) .... George Henry Hubbard 17

Legends of Old Newgate (May) George Henry Hubbard 296

Literary Conundrum. A Holman S. Hall 187

Longing. A New England Abram Wyman 140

Making Maple Sugar Harry A. Packard 145

Masked Courtship. A Stephanie Forster 150

Massachusetts Bench and Bar. The (June) . Stephen O.Sherman, Weston F. Hutchins 443

Massachusetts Bench and Bar. The (July) . Stephen O. Sheramn, Weston F. Hutchins . 529

Massachusetts Bench and Bar. The (August) Stephen O. Sherman, Weston F. Hutchins . 643

Marketing of Fake Masterpieces Frederick W. Coburn 308

Memory of Deacon Poole. The Abbic Farwell Brown 58

Modern Mayor. The Duties of Hon. John F. Fitzgerald, Mayor of Boston 483

Modern Problem of Immigration WinHcld S. Alcott 553

Mormon. The Trail of the Clifton Johnson 131

Mt. Holyoke (See Three Famous New Eng-
land Colleges) 628

Nancy May's Blossom-Time Mabel S. Merrill 417

National Lancers. The John Stuart Barrows 401

New England Energy Abroad Mary Stoyell Stimpson 572

New England Longing. A Abram Wyman 140

New England Women (May) /;. Marguerite Lindley 373

New England Women (June) E. Marguerite I.indley 504

New England Women (July) /:. Marguerite Lindley 633

New England Women (August) /;. Marguerite Lindley 759

Newgate. Legends of Old (March) .... George H. Hubbard 17

Newgate. Legends of Old (May) George H. Hubbard 200

Nolo Contendere George William Gunn 724

O'Brien Lucy M. Thornton 458

Old-Home Week Thomas F. Anderson 673

Our District Attorney Fere Goldthwaite 450

Over the Spite Fence Muriel A. Brady _. 313

Patriotism and the Patriotic Societies . . . F.dward L. Underwood 102

Pictorial or the Creative. The Leonora Beck Ellis 179

Pirate Crew. A Thomas J. Partridge 353

Problem of Immigration. The Modern . . . WinHcld S. Alcott 553

Quarantined Quarrel. A Eleanor H. Porter 657

Revolutionary Heroine. Vermont's .... Helen Vanderheyden 162

Rose Garden Story. A R. McD. Daniels 606

Santo Domingo. Facts About IVinthrop Packard I

Schoolmaster of Bagaduce. The Joseph Woodbury Strout 68-j

Sewing-machine. The American Alexander Hume Ford 443

Smith College (See Three Famous New Eng-
land Colleges) 628

Srig of Rhodora. A J. W. Strout 616

Story of the Goblet. The Pauline Carrington Bouve . 68
Story of the Rug. The Pauline Carrington Bouve 322

Succesfiil Cast. A ". . . . Thomas J. Partridge 590

Summer Life of the Diplomats. The .... Waldon Fawcclt 521

Teachers' Conventions Down East Mary C. Robinson 204

Three Famous New England Colleges—Welles-
ley, Smith and-ML Holyoke Alice Stevens, Alice S. Jenkins, Mary Phillips

Mallory 628

Tiekle-Town Topics (March) 93

Tickle-Town Topics (April) 215

Tickle-Town Topics (May) 348

Tickle-Town Topics (June) 477

Tickle-Town Topics (July) 606

Tickle-Town Topics (August) 743

Trail of the Mormon. The Clifton Johnson 131

Tree of Knowledge Isabella Hozvc Fiskc 686

Uncle Billy's Legacy David Carroll Gale 165

Unexectedness of the Widow Phelps .... Margaret Ashmun 79

University of Illinois. The Stephen Sheldon Colvin 43

Up Top Ellen J. Cooley 749

Vermont's Revolutionary Heroine Helen Vandcrheydcn 162

Worcester's Great Opportunity Frederick W. Coburn 35

Washington. Glimpses of Winthrop Packard 393

Whale and the Whaleman. The William S. Birgc 265

Whittier. A Footnote on Charles F. Carter 43 ^

Wellesley (See Three Famous New England

College 628

Weymouth, Ancient and Modern George Walter Chamberlain 705

Works of the Watch City. The Pcrcival R. Eaton 360

POETRY

April's Call Nclla Ursk 193

Amazi's Courting Dora Read Goodale 306

Birth. The Aloysius Coll 214

Carven Christ. The Clinton Scollard 149

Comrades J'antes L. Elderdice 431

Coming of May. Thee Grace Stone Field 295

Forest Child. The Cora A. Matson Dolson 739

Duet. The Pauline Frances Camp 656

Grandmother's Wish. The Daisy Wright Field 49S

Half-Memories Eugene C. Dolson 30

Illusion Edwin Henry Keen 42

Isle au Haut Charlotte Porter 562

June-Song Louise Lcwin Matthews 423

Lyric in May Hallctt Abend 312

Laurel J.C. Crowell 581

Nathaniel Hawthorne Joseph Lewis French 101

Nevertheless Charles Hanson Townc no

Old Familiar Town Lillian Hinman Shucy 672

Old Lace (1776) Eunice Parke Dctwcilcr 487

Old Landmarks Eugene C. Dolson 305

On a Corot Landscope Margaret Ashmun 696

On Easter Morn Henri Lauriston Germain . 194

Patriotism and Peace Eugene C. Dolson 305

Pine-Tree and the Dew-Drop Carroll Dean Murphy 108

Right of Way. The Aloysius Coll 92

Search. The Pauline Frances Camp 482

Shadow of the Night. The Cora A. Matson Dolson 67

Song of the Dawn. The William Stanley Braithwaitc 635

Song of the Pines. The Winthrop Packard 359

Song of the Woods. A James Buckham 562

Torch. The Elisabeth R. Finley 347

Voice in the Night. A Louella C. Poole 632

Where Succory Grows Aimee Benedict 449

Woodland Meeting. A Burton Ives 164

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