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Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
volume III
Madison, Wis.: E.B. Bolens, State Printer, 1875-1876

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Contents

[Front cover] Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters

[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, pp. [1] ff.

Contents, pp. [3]-4

General officers of the academy

Officers of the departments

Department of the natural sciences. Titles of papers read before this department, pp. [1] ff.

On kaolin in Wisconsin, Irving, Roland pp. [3]-30 ff.

[Oconomowoc Lake, and other small lakes of Wisconsin, considered with reference to their capacity for fish-production.], Lapham, I. A. pp. [unnumbered]-36

Fish-culture, Hoy, P. R. pp. 37-39

Notes on the geology of northern Wisconsin, Sweet, E. T. pp. 40-55

On the rapid disappearance of Wisconsin wild flowers; a contrast of the present time with thirty years ago, Kumlein, Thure pp. 56-57

On the ancient civilization of America, Nicodemus, W. J. L. pp. 58-64

On the extent of the Wisconsin fisheries, Hoy, P. R. pp. 65-67

Leveling, and use of the barometer, Nader, John pp. 68-76

On kerosene oil, Sweet, E. T. pp. 77-83

Improvement of the mouth of the Mississippi River, Nader, John pp. 84-95

On the Catocalæ of Racine County, Hoy, P. R. pp. 96-98

Copper tools found in the state of Wisconsin, Butler, J. D. pp. 99-104 ff.

[Report of committee on exploration of Indian mounds.], Nicodemus, W. J. L.; Feuling, J. B.; Irving, Roland D.; Lapham, I. A.; Delaplaine, G. P. pp. [unnumbered]-109

The law of embryonic development - the same in plants as in animals, Lapham, I. A. pp. 110-113 ff.

Department of letters. Titles of papers read before this department, pp. [115] ff.

Studies in comparative grammar, Feuling, J. B. pp. [117]-121 ff.

Department of social and political sciences. Titles of papers read before this department, pp. [123] ff.

United States sovereignty - whence derived, and where vested, Allen, William F. pp. [125]-132

On the formal commendation of government officials, Hoyt, John W. pp. 133-135

Industrial education, Holland, F. M. pp. 136-142

The people and the railroads, Caverno, Charles pp. 143-150

The boa constrictor of politics, Holland, F. M. pp. 151-160

On the revolutionary movement among women, Hoyt, John W. pp. 161-176

Department of speculative philosophy. Titles of papers read before this department, pp. [177] ff.

Were the Stoics utilitarians?, Holland, F. M. pp. 179-195

An examination of Prof. S. H. Carpenter's position in regard to evolution, Hubbell, Herbert P. pp. 196-202

Section of the mathematical and physical sciences. Title of paper read before this section, pp. [203] ff.

Recent progress in theoretical physics, Davies, John E. pp. 205-221 ff.

Proceedings of the academy, since February, 1874, pp. [223]-269 ff.


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